Alex Eugene Worm
October 18, 1961 ~ March 18, 2005
Resided in: Aurora, CO
Alex Eugene Worm, 43, died at home in Aurora, Colo. on March 18, 2005, from respiratory disease and heart complications. He was born in Fresno, Calif. on October 18, 1961. He lived in Alamosa, Colo. from the age of 4 through graduation from Adams State College. He is survived by his dear friend, Glenda Suazo; parents, Beverly and Carroll Worm; brother, Thane (Charlene) Worm; sister, Camas Worm; nephew, Jeremy Worm; niece, Kaylea Worm; aunts, Virleen Burke, Connie (Rich) Friedman, Pat Garner, Madonna Worm, Donna Rose (Jerry) Cheney and Phrone Railsback; uncles, Dale (Betty) Worm and Ed (Raina) Stroman. Preceded in death by nephews, Christopher and Joshua Worm (ages 6 and 8, sons of Thane and Charlene). He worked as a substitute teacher in Denver. Alex enjoyed bicycling, skiing, camping, hunting with his dad and art work. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 26, 2005, at the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, 1317 N. Main, in Pueblo, Colorado, with Pastor Randy Bolt officiating. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com
I was so sorry to learn that Alex had passed away. My brother Eric Slocombe and I went to high school with Alex. We had art classes together. What I remeber most about Alex was his great sense of humor. Your family will be in my prayers.
Carroll and Beverly, I was so sorry to learn of the death of your son, Alex. Bobby was in Flagstaff with Brenda and he heard about it. Our thoughts will be with you these next few days.
Barbara Price Goddard
Beverely,Carroll and Family,
My prayers and thoughts are with you too. At a time like this, you have to go on and live the best way you know how. It isn’t going to be easy, but with the help of God you will make it. There will never be another person like Alex. I miss him so much too. It isn’t going to be the same without him .He meant so much to me, but Thank God ! I have his memories to carry on. He will be missed a lot.I always cared a great deal for him. He was my soul mate and now he is gone in peace where he can now rest and not have to worry about anything. Keep in touch in the future and God Bless you all! His Dear Friend Glenda Swazo
Dear Camas and Family,
I was stunned to hear about Alex of whom I have many happy memories. Many of those memories are linked to the people and places he loved and that somehow seems appropriate for my remembrances are of a man who preferred to give, share, and laugh than to worry or fret.
Please accept my condolences and warm wishes during this sorrowful time.
Carroll, Bev, and Family,
We share in your loss and wish you the love and support you need at this time.
Dear Bev and Carroll, Bill and I read about Alex in the newspaper, and want you to know that we are sorry to hear of your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May you feel lots of love around you now in the days to come. Love, Rose and Bill Wesley
I was saddened to hear of Alex’s untimely death.
“Puke with the uke”; or
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” to which Alex answered “Black”.
I grieve with you.
Camas and Family,
Our deepest sympathies to you on the recent passing of your brother, Alex. We send you our love and hope you are well.
Paul and Andrea Steffens
OUR SINCERE THANK YOU TO ALL OF YOU WHO HAVE EMAILED US REGARDING ALEX’S DEATH. IT WAS SO UNEXPECTED AND SO SUDDEN. ALL AGREE HE HAD A GREAT SENSE OF HUMOR.
I was so sad to hear of Alex’s passing. He was such a good friend growing up, he was the clown of our little crowd of friends and tho we had’nt seen each other in years I thought about him often. He will be greatly missed. My prayers are with you and yours Love Barbie
Dear Carroll, Beverly, Thane and Camas,
I just learned of the death of Alex and wanted to extend my sympathy to you. I am grateful for the time I spent with Alex and am very sad to hear of his passing. I have so many happy memories of the times I shared with Alex. He was a good friend who had a way of making me laugh and being there when I needed help. One vivid memory I have is when my car battery died and Alex came to my rescue in the freezing weather of Alamosa with jumper cables and started my car. I remember Alex as a “great thinker” who would challenge me to ponder ideas I would have never considered without his influence. I also remember Alex to be an excellent artist who once again, helped me complete a journalism project with his illustrations. I believe Alex would appreciate that he is the best frisbee player I’ve ever met. My prayers are with you all.
Dear Carroll, Beverly, and family.
I was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Alex.
I was lucky enough to know Alex as a young man and will always remember him as the brilliant, funny, daring, slightly off key individual that made him the man he was. I will treasure and honor his friendship always
My prayers are with you.