Xavier Tavrow Kuchta was born in 1996 and passed away September 30, 2022, due to head injuries sustained in a car accident. He grew up in Boulder, Colorado and graduated from Fairview High School in 2014. He attended Front Range Community College and then went into security work. Xavier was the Director of Security at North Suburban Medical Center at the time of his passing.

Xavier was athletic, productive and driven to succeed at his chosen focus areas. He was good at any sport he played. As a kid, he loved basketball, hockey and soccer. In his adult years, he participated in body building and competed in frisbee golf.

What all of us will miss the most about Xavier is his infectious personality. He cared for others intensely, more than for himself. Xavier always had a smile and a kind word, no matter what was going on around him. He was adventurous and always was up for going out, trying new activities and having fun.

Xavier is survived by his wife Kayla, parents Lucy and Rob, brother Cameron, grandparents Hillard Tavrow and Joan Kuchta, multiple aunts, uncles, and cousins and many friends, too numerous to count. He was predeceased by his mother Amy Tavrow, and grandparents Joyce Tavrow and Gus Kuchta. In lieu of flowers or expressions of sympathy, please sign your organ donation card and communicate to your loved ones your organ donation wishes. Xavier rescued multiple dogs from the Humane Society of Boulder Valley. He would appreciate for you to show your support for this organization with a donation. “The world would be a nicer place if everyone had the ability to love as unconditionally as a dog.” – M.K. Clinton

2 thoughts on “Xavier T. Kuchta”

  1. Dear Rob, Cameron, and family…

    Words cannot express our deepest sorrow upon hearing the news. Our family remembers Xavier since his preschool years. Our son Josh continues to share stories with us about playing basketball with Xavier; complaining together about “everything” at FHS, going to the gym to see who could outdo the other with weights … and just hanging out on weekend nights.

    We are with you; we too walk with broken hearts yet, just the THOUGHT of Xavier brings back nothing but smiles.

    David, Lolo, Josh and Pat Miller

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