Robert McCrudden, who is from Boulder, Colorado, who goes missing from 20 December has been found dead .
What was his cause of Death?
The circumstances and cause of his death are not known, it is certain that the amount of love and esteem that surrounded him remain today. During his life in Colorado, he attended Monarch High School and then worked as a Real Estate Agent at Cindy Waltemath Broker/Owner Turn Key Homes LLC. His absence leaves friends and family grieving greatly, but they will always look back fondly on the moments they shared with him — these wonderful memories will stay alive forever.
Robert macrudden missing
It has been an anxious 24 hours for family and friends of missing Louisville area resident, Robert McCrudden, who went missing from this morning on his 30th birthday. His vehicle was discovered near Coal Creek Golf Course shortly after he turned 30.
To ensure that no stone is left unturned, the Louisville Police Department has conducted searches all night and encouraged local residents to join search parties to help locate Robert. It is important to act fast if there is any knowledge or connection to lead us in the right direction of finding Robert, so please do not hesitate to contact Hugh James Bent at (303) 668-1831 if you have any information regarding Robert’s whereabouts.
obituary and funeral plans will be released by family soon
Tributes pour to his death
When Kaitlyn McCrudden brought me home to meet the McCrudden family for the very first time, she gave me one strict rule: “DON’T even think about getting a crush on my brother because all the friends I bring home always do!”
Easier said than done because what was there not to love about Robert Michael McCrudden?
Was it his ability to always be running late to a basketball practice or game?
How he frequently questioned a refs call, giving a subtle eye roll and head shake when it didn’t go the way he intended?
The desperate need to make Baileys from scratch for what seemed like the entirety of Colorado no matter the kitchen space it took up?
His unwavering competitiveness, especially when playing cards or Monopoly (where he sometimes threatened quitting mid-game)?
Whatever it was that made people love him, me and so many others can attest that Robert’s zest for life was ABSOLUTELY unmatched and full of love. I can only imagine the view of Coor’s Field from heaven. Until we meet again dear friend. 💛🏼
RIP Robert Michael McCrudden I love you and miss you more than ever . Keep looking down on us and keeping us all safe. Make sure you do 360 layup on Kobe in heaven 🕊️🕊️🕊