Claude Leroy Springer was born November 14, 1948 and died September 6, 2022. He was born in Brookhaven, MI and raised in Andres, TX. He is survived by his wife: Phyllis, two children: Charles Springer and Laura Webber, as well as six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Claude is also survived by his brother: Charles Springer and his sisters: Nolan Robinson, Sue Williamson, and Linda Haynes.

Claude proudly served in the army and was in the Vietnam war. He lived in Texas for fifty years and then moved to Colorado. He loved the mountains and spent countless weekends hiking. He was an electrician by trade and eventually owned his own business, which he loved doing. He mentored countless young men through his life and made an impact upon their lives. He was a devout lover of Jesus Christ, and it showed in his dealings with his business and everyone he met. He will be dearly missed by people that knew him.

There will be a funeral service held on September 15 at 11 am at Victory World Outreach 3150 S. Academy Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80916.

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  1. Our brother-in-law was an inspiration and mentor with his faith and love for our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. He loved his life with
    his awesome wife, Phyllis and his children and grandchildren.
    We will miss his stories and his loyalty to friends and family.
    Rest in peace with Jesus and this is what you’ve worked for
    for the last few years. Heaven has gained another angel.
    We love you and wait for us at the gate.

  2. I only knew Leroy for a few months in a Bible Study but he was a spiritual man with great spiritual insight. I’m sure he will be missed because he is loved, but he is also in a place of bliss with no pain and suffering because Leroy is in the presence of our Lord! Ken J

  3. Oh Phyllis. I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved husband. There are no words to describe how sorry I am. Leroy was a wonderful Christian man and you were blessed to have him as your mate but that does not heal the sorrow you are going through now. Please call me any time and I will be praying for God to bring you through this difficult time.

  4. Leroy was such an incredible mentor, friend, brother in Christ and more to me. He so kindly offered his wisdom and encouragement at every chance given. Leroy’s love in action towards me drastically changed my life for the better, but then again that’s who Leroy was. A man of integrity, kindness , wisdom, and certainly faith- who impacted many for the Kingdom of God! I am eternally grateful.

    My heart goes out to his family and I am praying for comfort and peace only God can provide at such a time as this.

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