Obituary photo of Dr.+Paul Hegstrom, Denver-Colorado
In Loving Memory of

Dr. Paul Hegstrom

1941 - 2017
Obituary photo of Dr.+Paul Hegstrom, Denver-Colorado
In Loving Memory of

Dr. Paul Hegstrom

1941 - 2017

Services & Gatherings

Services & Gatherings

Service:
Saturday, July 22, 2017 at 10:00am
Tower Community Fellowship, 1800 S. Tower Road, Aurora, CO 80013
Newcomer - East Metro Chapel (720-857-0700) is assisting the family
Dr. Paul Hegstrom (75) of Watkins, CO was born November 17, 1941 to Harold E. & Charlotte Hegstrom, in LaCrosse, WI. He went to be with the Lord on April 27, 2017.

Paul and his wife Judy were Founders of Life Skills International of Aurora, CO, a domestic abuse recovery program.

Paul attended Olivet Nazarene University, Kankakee, IL. and received his ordination through the Church of the Nazarene. His Doctorate of Psychology was received through the Evangelical Theological Seminary.

Paul was an avid lover of cars and books, and did countless hours of research, and authored, "Angry Men and the Women Who Love Them," and "Broken Children, Grown Up Pain".

Due to the abuse he suffered in his early life, Paul struggled with abuse in his own family until the Lord gave him the "Learning to Live, Learning to Love" program, restoring his family that he loved so much and in the process helped thousands of hurting families, since 1985.

His passion for helping the hurting has given Paul numerous opportunities in television and radio. The Hegstrom story was featured in the CBS movie"Unforgivable" starring John Ritter.

Paul was an only child and is preceded in death by his father and mother, and is survived by his wife Judy of Watkins, CO, daughters Tammy (Ralph) Nelson of Westminster, CO, Heidi (Tony) Stupavsky of Roaring Springs, TX, and son Jeff (Angie) Hegstrom of Gulfport, MS. Paul is also survived by 6 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Condolences and memorials can be made to: Life Skills International 651 Chambers Rd Suite 203, Aurora, CO 80011
Dr. Paul Hegstrom (75) of Watkins, CO was born November 17, 1941 to Harold E. & Charlotte Hegstrom, in LaCrosse, WI. He went to be with the Lord on April 27, 2017.

Paul and his wife Judy were Founders of Life Skills International of Aurora, CO, a domestic abuse recovery program.

Paul attended Olivet Nazarene University, Kankakee, IL. and received his ordination through the Church of the Nazarene. His Doctorate of Psychology was received through the Evangelical Theological Seminary.

Paul was an avid lover of cars and books, and did countless hours of research, and authored, "Angry Men and the Women Who Love Them," and "Broken Children, Grown Up Pain".

Due to the abuse he suffered in his early life, Paul struggled with abuse in his own family until the Lord gave him the "Learning to Live, Learning to Love" program, restoring his family that he loved so much and in the process helped thousands of hurting families, since 1985.

His passion for helping the hurting has given Paul numerous opportunities in television and radio. The Hegstrom story was featured in the CBS movie"Unforgivable" starring John Ritter.

Paul was an only child and is preceded in death by his father and mother, and is survived by his wife Judy of Watkins, CO, daughters Tammy (Ralph) Nelson of Westminster, CO, Heidi (Tony) Stupavsky of Roaring Springs, TX, and son Jeff (Angie) Hegstrom of Gulfport, MS. Paul is also survived by 6 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Condolences and memorials can be made to: Life Skills International 651 Chambers Rd Suite 203, Aurora, CO 80011
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Services & Gatherings

Services & Gatherings

Service:
Saturday, July 22, 2017 at 10:00am
Tower Community Fellowship, 1800 S. Tower Road, Aurora, CO 80013
Newcomer - East Metro Chapel (720-857-0700) is assisting the family

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