Troy Consbruck

Troy Lee Consbruck

Tuesday, August 3rd, 1971 - Monday, October 12th, 2020
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Garden City- Troy Lee Consbruck, 49, died on Monday, October 12, 2020 at Littleton Adventist Hospital in Littleton, Colorado. He was born on August 3, 1971 at Hastings, Nebraska the son of Edward Julius & Mary Joan (Jackson) Consbruck. He married Tracy Leann Rash on February 8, 1997 at Garden City.

Troy attended school in Hastings and Red Cloud, Nebraska and graduated from Smith Center High School and then received his Associates from Cloud County Community College. While growing up he was very involved with livestock projects in the Future Farmers of America. After his schooling he moved to Garden City to work for IBP in the scale house while learning to be a cattle buyer. Gary Turpin later got him involved with trucking and made him the manager of the Kansas division of Heath & Turpin Trucking. He started accumulating trucks and livestock trailers and started TLC trucking which he has owned and operated for over 25 years. He enjoyed any sports especially Nebraska football and the Kansas City Chiefs, hunting and fishing. Troy was an excellent cook and enjoyed cooking for his friends and family. His special love was time at Harland County Lake and time with his grandchildren.

He is survived by his Wife- Tracy, Children- Taylor Consbruck, Ty Consbruck & Temo Ortiz, Mother Mary Joan Jackson, 3 Grandchildren- Cynex, Sophia & Kobe all of Garden City and Brother- Todd Consbruck of O’Neill, Nebraska. He was preceded in death by his Father.

Memorial Service will be at 3:00 PM Saturday at Cornerstone Church in Garden City with Pastor Raul Silva officiating. In lieu of flowers Memorials are suggested to the YMCA Sports Program in care of Garnand Funeral Home. Condolences may be posted at

Garnand Funeral Home 412 North 7th Garden City, Ks 67846 620-276-3219
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Jill "Jilly" Duesing

Posted at 01:52pm
Heaven gained an angel that will be the life of the party and keep it spicy up there. Troy, you will be missed by many. Until we can cheers again!

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Brian Wolfe

Posted at 02:46pm
Troy, so many things that I think about with the time I had with you! Never a dull moment! Many many laughs! Never allowing someone to go hungry. You always made awesome meals. I would stop by camper and always wanted me to eat. Like I was a skeleton or something! Lol. But that’s who you are! All the boat rides and hilarious moments I and my daughter had with you and your family were the best! I hope too see ya on the other side when it’s my time to go! Miss ya bud! To Tracy, Taylor, Ty and family, thank you for letting me share in your families adventures. Thinking of you all!

David Cloud

Posted at 03:06pm
So sorry to hear of Troy's passing. He was a good man and will be missed by the community.

Lisa Schimke Posted at 11:30am

So sorry to hear about Troy... My sympathies to all. Thinking about the Consbruck family.

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