Joshua Thom Fields |

Joshua Thom Fields

Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Joshua Thom Fields

Joshua was born to Cheryl Hamlin and Thomas “Dutch” Fields on Feb. 17, 1985 in Grand Junction. He passed away April 23, 2010 in Colorado Springs.

Joshua could see things as no one else could. He would put together or take apart anything you put in front of him, such as his own baby stroller at the age of four.

Joshua grew up in the Roaring Fork Valley, playing on the mountains and in the rivers, spending the majority of his life here. He is a fifth-generation local no one will ever forget.

Joshua was a loving father, caring son, great friend, an amazing husband and brother.

Joshua was a member of the United States Army stationed at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs. Joshua served from January 2008 to March 2010.

Joshua is remembered by his wife as having a gentle touch, caring eyes, tender and kind-hearted, a beautiful smile, smart and funny. He also loved music, driving and snowboarding. Joshua was someone you could always count on, and had lots of dreams and hopes.

Joshua is survived by his wife, Jennifer A. Fields; his two sons, Matthew and Ayden Fields; mother Cheryl Hamlin; father Thom Fields; three brothers, Chris Hamlin, Andrew Meador and Hunter Long; aunt Connie Hamlin; grandparents Jim and Linda Hamlin; great grandparents Jack and Eloise Ilgen; great grandmother Luetta Whitson; great aunt Pat Maddalone. Joshua is also survived by countless family and friends.

A celebration of Joshua’s life will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 1, 2010 at the Prince of Peace Chapel in Aspen. In lieu of flowers, donations can be sent to Alpine Bank in the name “Benefit of Joshua Fields.”

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