RONDESTVEDT, TIMOTHY DEAN- Timothy Dean Rondestvedt, 53 born June 16, 1966 to his parents, Bernard John Rondestvedt and Rhoda Dee Rondestvedt in Dallas Texas. Dean was called home to be with his Heavenly Father, Monday, May 11, 2020, Roswell, NM.
Dean developed his trade as a machinist and computer program starting in May 1993 with his brothers, Shon and Zach. Their dad, Bernard Rondestvedt trained all three of his sons as they founded and developed Cam Tech Machine and Tool in Longmont, Co.
Dean grew into a machinist and his career spanned 30 years. He loved his work and built a reputation as an extremely skilled machinist and programmer. He worked for various companies from Colorado, New Mexico and Texas.
Dean had to leave his career after he lost his second leg but continued to be active. He had many other skills, he built and raced R.C. boats, he painted cars, worked on engines, did yard work, painted and maintained his homes, he loved fishing and organizing his shops. During his free time of rest, he enjoyed watching WWII history documentaries. He also enjoyed listening to his Bible CD’s. He thought nothing of getting in his blazer and driving 1200 miles up and back to Wyoming from New Mexico. Dean enjoyed cooking and decorating his home, he also loved his cats Baby, and Pudge.
Dean loved his family and friends. He loved his Lord and His word.
Dean is survived by his mother, Rhoda Dee Rondestvedt Bell and her husband David Bell; daughter Ronee RaAnn Rondestvedt Smith and husband Tyler Smith; son Ethan Dean Rondestvedt Winden; grandchildren, Nicholas Tyler Smith, Kaiden Lee Smith, Charlie Ray Smith, Ryan Matthew Smith, and Riley Ann Smith; brother Zachary Edwin Rondestvedt, and Amberly Woods; his Step-sister, Tawnya Taylor which just recently met. Dean is also survived by former wives, Tammy London, Teri Winden, and Becky Rondestvedt.
Dean was preceded in death by his father, Bernard John Rondestvedt and brother Shon Dixon Rondestvedt as well as grandparents, uncles, aunts and friends.
Dean will be remembered as a beloved son, brother, and giving this family a beautiful daughter, son and grandchildren.
Dean’s body is deceased, but Dean is alive with the Lord.
Psalm 27:4 “One thing have I desired of the Lord, that will I seek after; that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of life, to behold the beauty of the Lord and to enquire in His house.”
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