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Sean William Schwartzkopf

1971 - 2019

47, of Brighton, Colorado, passed away April 15th 2019 at his home. He was born June 8th 1971, to Jerry Schwartzkopf and Linda Evans (Deceased). Sean was a 1989 high-school graduate of Arvada West high school. He married Jennifer Cornell-Schwartzkopf May 19th 2007 in Las Vegas, NV. A Colorado native and lived in Brighton for several years, Sean worked for the Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control. Sean loved riding his motorcycle, attending Avalanche hockey games and loved concerts. Survivors includes his wife of 12 years; daughters, Stephanie Schwartzkopf and Brandi Schwartzkopf; son, Logan Cornell; Brothers, Aaron Schwartzkopf, Andy Amitrano, Scott Fitzgerald; Sisters, Lisa Smith, Marlena Amitrano; 2 grandchildren, Conner and Sadie. He was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather and a friend that anyone would admire and look up to and will be missed by many who knew and loved him. 

In lieu flowers please feel free to donate in Sean’s name to Colorado Fallen Heroes Foundation


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  1. Phyllis LoSordo says:

    Sean was a true friend, with a sense of humor that would make us all laugh at the office. He was always ready to help everyone at anytime. If you had the pleasure to meet or know him, then you were fortunate to know such an amazing, wonderful person!

    Rest in peace Sean, you are forever loved and missed ……you are free.

  2. Fiona Gau says:

    I am so sorry to hear of Sean’s passing. He was a truly excellent partner in protecting the people of Colorado from fire hazards, and I am grateful for his partnership, his willingness to share his vast expertise, and the joy he brought to his job. He will be missed greatly. My thoughts are with his family and those who were fortunate enough to be close to him.

  3. Terry Zamell says:

    I had the great fortune of working with Sean for several years. He was larger than life with a kind and gentle soul. His smile lit up a room and his sense of humor was often necessary to lighten the mood. He will be missed by everyone that was lucky enough to have known him. My thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends and colleagues. May he be at peace.

  4. Linda W says:

    It has been a pleasure knowing Sean. We will miss him. His beautiful spirit still lives in big smiles and hugs.

  5. Wes Walkey says:

    I would usually catch Sean, outside working in his yard, getting home from work, or putting up their awesome Halloween Decorations, I would usually be starting a Bike ride or on the way to a customer. I would always make time to stop and talk with Sean for awhile about various things we like to talk about. Our last conversations was last month, we talked about when the weather gets better we would find a place to go fly the drones. I will miss my Friend and Neighbor.

  6. Bob and Stephanie Sparks says:

    Our thoughts and prayers go to Sean’s family and close friends. Sean was a wonderful leader and great mentor and will be greatly missed.

  7. Natalie Partain says:

    My heart hurts for the family left behind during this time. Sean will have peace and happiness. I will miss him terribly and he will always be in my thoughts and heart.

  8. Karren and Bill Schwartzkopf says:

    We will miss all the bear hugs. We loved you so much.

  9. Tracie Warren says:

    Sending prayers for strength and comfort to Sean’s family and friends. He was a professional whose knowledge and willingness to go above and beyond was only part of what made him a wonderful person. It was his heart, his thoughtfulness, and his laugh! He couldn’t have known a stranger. I can’t even imagine the heartbreak his family and friends are experiencing over the loss of such a great human being. I pray that memories provide strength to his loved ones as they navigate through the days, weeks, and years ahead without him.

  10. Roger V. Hansen says:

    Sean was a great colleague and teacher. CMS surveyors across the nation will miss his knowledge, experience and teaching abilities.

  11. chuck altvater says:

    RIP Sean, we’ll take it from here.

    You were a good friend and a great coworker and office mate.

  12. Joe LoBiondo says:

    Thoughts and prayers for the family, friends and colleagues of Sean.

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