Obituary: Kiarra Amor Guzman |

Obituary: Kiarra Amor Guzman

Kiarra Amor Guzman
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Kiarra Amor Guzman April 25th 1985 – May 24th 2020

Beloved friend and loved one to a great many people, and long-time resident of Steamboat Springs, passed away suddenly on May 24th in the early hours of the morning. Born April 25th 1985 in Bronx, NY to Della and Jose Guzman. Her family moved to Keyport, NJ in 1988. She attended Clifford elementary school until the sixth grade. In 1997 she moved with her mother to Englewood, Co where she attended Cherry Creek Elementary and Cherry Creek High School. Kiarra was very active in all sports. She started dancing when she was four years old, she was a short-stop in softball, point guard in basketball, ran track and played soccer in high school. She was a Brownie and a Girl Scout until the eleventh grade. At an early age, she guest-posed with her father at professional body-building shows. In 2004 she attended Colorado Mountain College where she earned a Certificate in Nursing Proficiency.

Kiarra was an incredible skier, athlete and loved the outdoors, people, animals, children, and cars. Kiarra founded a successful dog walking business called Paw Mountain. She worked at many different restaurants in Steamboat Springs, Ragnar’s, The Rio, Saddles Bar, The Sheraton and most recently the Sambi Canton. Kiarra was little but mighty one might say. She had the strength of a full-grown man and was only 4’10”. She was loved by many and will be missed dearly. She is survived by many loving family and friends.

There will be a private memorial for her today followed by a celebration of life afterwards. For information regarding the memorial, please call 970-367-6963. If you would like to show your support for her, please make donations in her name to the Routt County Humane Society

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