Neil Richard Iverson, 54, passed away peacefully at home with his family by his side on April 13, 2017. He was born Sept. 14, 1962, in Pueblo, Colo. to James and Esther Iverson. Preceded in death by his father, James Iverson. Survived by his wife, Jennifer; children, Michelle (Douglas) Ford and Austin Iverson; mother, Esther Iverson; sister, Gail (Michael) Winger; grandson, Greyson Ford; and numerous nieces and nephews. Neil enjoyed listening to music, working on cars, traveling and spending time with his family and friends. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 18, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Jennifer, as I read your post, I thought of Neil. My heart goes out to you as well. Neil was a wonderful man. I hope you are doing well. Send me a note if you want to talk.

  2. So sorry for your loss. I worked with Neil at Atlas for about 14 years. It was a privilege to have known and worked with him.

  3. Dear Jennifer and family, I am so sorry about Neil. We met a long time ago pre-Atlas days. He was always so kind. I am happy that we were able to catch up on the phone now that I live in Michigan. My thoughts are with you.

  4. We are so sorry for your loss mrs Iverson when we were small you were our teacher in sundy school also in elementary school. We now live in Las Vegas NV. We remember all the memories we had with you growing up, We will cherish all the memories , we remember when Neil was a infant and my mother holding him.He was a beautiful baby. Again we are so sorry. Pauline and Dorothy Acosta,

  5. Gail and Ester
    Saw Neil’s obituary in the paper. So very sorry for you loss. Many good memories of my high school years spent with Gail and Neil. My heart goes out to you.
    Barbara Zahller

  6. Dearest Jenni, I was just talking to Gordon about Neil yesterday, how he helped me with a problem at Atlas, and what a friend and a good guy he was. I will never forget his laugh. He would stop me in the hall occasionally to tell me a joke!……..I still remember his story about the ski-doo incident, and how he had to suddenly become “Superman” and lift that thing up outa the ditch…… I will miss him….we always enjoyed our little meet ups with you two at events……call me or e-mail me if you want….my heart goes out to you….
    Mary Kay Kinley gkchips@msn.com 583-1306

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