Kenyth Fausz, 76, passed away on Saturday, Dec 11, 2021. Kenyth is survived by his wife, Evelyn, and his four children, Christopher (Erin) of Kansas City, MO, Andrew (Tonya) of Wheat ridge, CO, Jeffrey (Claudia) of Florissant, CO and Faith of Florissant, CO, as well as his 5 grandchildren.
Kenyth Fausz was born in Greeley, Colorado, in 1945. He spent his college years studying chemistry, graduated from UNC with a degree in chemistry, and after school he met his first wife. They got married in Colorado, then moved to Kansas City, and he worked as a chemist for about a year. He then moved back to Colorado where he began working for his father, George, in the family business of church design and construction. After a few short years in Lakewood, Colorado, Kenyth moved his family to Ft. Wayne, Indiana, where he was surrounded by his parents, cousins and other family. Kenyth designed and built churches all over the country for most of his adult life, working for the Lord and role modeling Christ-like actions for his family and those around him. He later moved his family back to Colorado, where his three sons would eventually work with him in the family business. It was during this time that he met his second wife, Evelyn, and worked with her for many years. Later, Ken and Evelyn retired and moved to the mountains, where he was so happy.
Ken spent many happy years with his wife, Evelyn, and had a deep passion for family. He spent his time working on their land, and he loved horses. His daughter, Faith, got involved in riding horses and eventually rodeo, and Ken’s passion for horses grew as he helped her care for them. Ken was a wonderful father to all his children, caring for them, earning a living, and spending time with them. He later took a job at an historic hotel in Cripple Creek, Colorado, where he got to meet people from all over the world. Ken loved this job and the people he worked with, and worked there until the very end. Kenyth was honest, sincere and had integrity. He was a model business man and family man, for all his children and grandchildren, and both of his wives. He was hard working and genuine, earning respect in everything he did. Kenyth passed due to complications from Covid-related pneumonia.
In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to:
Lake George Outfitters and Gymkhana
37371 Highway 24
Lake George, CO 80827