Eric James Noveroske 1988 – July 24, 2022

ERIC JAMES NOVEROSKE 1988 – July 24, 2022

LOVED FOREVER

The family of Eric James Noveroske announces the untimely loss of our beloved son and nephew. Eric died, unexpectedly, of natural causes at his home in Leadville, Colorado on July 24, 2022. He was 34 years old.

A native of White Rock, New Mexico, Eric graduated from Los Alamos High School in 2006. After high school, he worked in landscaping, Pajarito Mountain Ski Hill, and the Los Alamos County Golf Course. He took classes at the University of New Mexico’s Los Alamos Campus and studied “Ski Resort Operations” at Colorado Mountain College, Leadville Campus. After his formal education was completed, Eric continued to stimulate his intellect and thirst for knowledge through self-education, particularly in the areas of creative writing, philosophy, physics, meteorology, medicine and pharmacology.

His love of snowboarding led him to settle in Leadville, where he worked in Lake and Summit counties, as a base operations employee at Copper Mountain Resorts, summer activities supervisor at the ski resort of Breckenridge (Epic Discovery Park) and lift operations supervisor. at Ski Cooper.

Growing up in Los Alamos County, he developed a love of nature and the outdoors, hiking and exploring the White Rock Canyons, Los Alamos, and Jemez Mountain areas. Her childhood was enriched by travels across the continent and Hawaii, with her family. He enjoyed rollerblading, golfing and snowboarding. His love of outdoor activities, however, did not prevent a unique gift of verbal persuasion, as evidenced by winning speech contests three years in a row at school.

Eric had compassion for humans and animals, had a great sense of humor and enjoyed making people laugh. Eric was highly respected in his work. A fellow guest from Slovakia wrote, “Eric was one of the nicest and funniest people I’ve met in America. He made work fun and he was the best boss I’ve ever had. Breckenridge staff and crew held a moving memorial procession for Eric on their alpine slide where he had been a supervisor at the time of his death.

There was an outpouring of love and respect on his Facebook page:

“His soul was gentle and kind and he will always be remembered for the joy and ease he had. His road, like many, was not always easy, but he was someone who touched many lives and made them better for knowing him.

“Eric was truly one of a kind. He was genuine and compassionate.

“Eric was a fantastic human being. He had an infectious work ethic and a deep concern for his colleagues. I am grateful to him for everything he has done for me. »

Eric is survived by his devoted parents Diane and Evan Noveroske, and loving aunts and uncles: Kathy Carlstead, Edward Carlstead, Tim and (sister-in-law, Lois) Noveroske, Sue Donegan-Noveroske, and three cousins: C. Sloane ( George) Wenthe, Michael Noveroske and TJ Noveroske. As well as his godparents: Frank and Elizabeth Ameduri.

Eric loved dogs. The family requests that memorial donations be made to your local Humane Society or animal shelter in Eric’s memory.

A celebration of life is waiting.

Eric’s path has been cut short but he now rests in eternal peace. Climb high. We’ll see you later.

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