Gregory M. Trautt

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October 15, 1947 ~ October 30, 2012

Resided in: Colorado City, CO

Dr. Gregory M. Trautt, Ph.D., 65, passed away Oct. 30, 2012, after a courageous four year battle with pancreatic cancer. Survived by his wife, Carol J. Trautt; son, Zachary (Kerahian) Trautt; grandchildren, Aisis and Woden Trautt; sister, Deb (Mike) Duffy; brother-in-law, Owen (Robin) Morey; sister-in-law, Judy (Dick) Lyons; nieces and nephews, Jean (Fred) Oseko, Carrie (Zach) Shockman, Peggy Huckabee, Matt (Angie) Duffy, Pat (Carrie) Duffy, Derek Morey and Morgan Morey; and several great nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, John and Jessie Trautt and brother, Tim Trautt. Greg was born Oct. 15, 1947, in Superior, Wis. He worked as a 3rd assistant engineer, both in salt water and the Great Lakes prior to becoming a clinical psychologist. He also worked at CMHIP for 19 years and worked in private practice as a forensic psychologist to perform parental evaluations for the court. Greg always strived to advise what was in the best interest for children of divorce. He was an avid scuba diver and liked to travel. His love for his family was of most importance. Special thanks to Dr. Archuleta and RMCC staff, Dr. Highfill, Dr. Hess and the nurses on the oncology floor at St. Mary Corwin Medical Center. At his request, there will be no service. A private family celebration of life will be held at a later date. Online condolences,

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  1. Dr. Greg, I will always remember you and the brightness you brought to the Child and Adolescent Center at The Pueblo Hospital. Your positive attitude and genuine love for our kids was evident. As I retire this year, I have nothing but fond memories of our time together back in the day.

  2. Greg, you will be missed. You always brought a warm smile, a funny story, and great wine to every party. You were so generous to everyone around you. You loved your grandchildren with all your heart. I wish you could have been around for more of their lives, but we have to be grateful for the extra years you were granted. Your suffering is over. Rest in peace and know you were loved.

  3. To The Trautt Family My Condolences I Remember Greg & his Wife Carol When They Were At UWS Back In The 70’s & How They Worked With The Youth In The City Of Superior, WI He Will Be Missed By All Who Remembered Him From Back Then A Truly Great Person He Is In A Far Better Place Now Where There Is No Suffering Only Happieness & Joy & Being With Family Who Are Waiting With Open Arms for Him

  4. You will be missed. You were a wonderful husband and father. carol and zach are wonderful. I thank god you got four more years on life even though we didn’t want you to go. at least now you are not suffering and you are whole and healed and dancing with jesus. thank you for carol and zack. thank you for being considerate of children whose parents were going thru a divorce. thank you for being you. a kind gentlemen. love lynn collins

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