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It is with profound sadness that we share the news that one of our team members, Craig Welsh has passed away after a long battle with cancer. Craig was a Contract Administration Project Manager who was an important part of the KEPHART CA Team for over three years.

As a licensed architect with a deep love for the industry, he excelled in overseeing the construction phase on many of our out-of-metro projects. Craig was always steady and unfazed by any situation, and his calm demeanor was like a superpower in our office. He loved KEPHART and our culture, even recruiting others to come work with us. He was always the first to jump in and participate, like being the face of the CA team on our website or bringing his entire family to help us at community volunteer events.

Craig will always be remembered at our office for his immense empathy. He continues to serve as a glowing example of what it means to be a truly kind and compassionate human being. We feel deep appreciation for having been a part of his incredible life and legacy.

As we mourn Craig’s loss – we also want to celebrate the incredible life he loved living. His family will be hosting a Celebration of Life at the Ramble Hotel – Vauxhall Room on Saturday, April 6, from 2 – 5 p.m. His family asks that you not wear all black. In lieu of flowers, donations to The Denver Hospice would be appreciated.


Donations can be made here.


This is the philosophy that drives KEPHART to create thoughtful homes and communities that positively change people’s lives.

KEPHART is a nationally recognized, award-winning architectural design and planning firm with 50 years of housing expertise. Our passion for designing well-designed places to live, work, and play has driven us to create more than 500,000 homes across the country, ranging from single and multifamily homes to workforce housing, senior living, LIHTC communities, and everything in between. We have a deep bench of talented staff to design and deliver innovative and practical solutions to meet the unique requirements of every project.

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