James “Jimbo” Robert Bousquet, age 56, lost his 3 ½ year battle with cancer on September 25, 2019 at his home in Loveland, with his wife Debbie by his side. Jimbo was born in Garden Grove CA on November 11, 1962 to Jim and Candy (Fisher) Bousquet. He graduated from Hemet (CA) High in 1980. Married Debbie Nagel, May 27, 2005. A loving husband and caretaker of his girls, Melissa, Shea, Amber, Clea and Lillie, the “apple of his eye”. Jimbo loved the outdoors. Hunting, fishing, camping, riding his motorcycle or just hanging out with friends and family. He loved all sports. All the Denver teams and especially NASCAR. His love for music and dancing was very apparent. His smile and positive attitude was contagious and will truly be missed by all that knew him.
Jimbo attended Arizona School of Architect for a year after he graduated and worked for his father in the construction business until Dad retired in 2007. He then worked for others in construction until July 2019 when he became unable to continue because of the cancer. Jimbo was a member of the Loveland Elks #1051 and at one time very active. Serving as an officer and on many committees. He played on the Elks’ softball team for several years.
He is survived by Wife, Debbie of Loveland & his girls, Melissa, Amber, Shea, Clea & Lillie. – Mother, Candy Fisher (Ted) of Kelso WA – Father, Jim Bousquet (Patti) of Ogallala NE– Brothers, Dan (Jamie) of Loveland, Don (Clarissa) of Ft. Collins, Jerry (Jennifer) of Castle Rock CO. Many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Preceded in death by all grandparents and 2 uncles, Ron and Mike Bousquet.
Memorial services will be held on October 12, 2019, 11:00am, at Elks Lodge 1051 in Loveland, Colorado (103 E. 4th Street.)