Joshua Peter Weeks died unexpectedly on July 31 at his home in Denver, Colo. He was 32.
Peter was born in Greenwich, Conn., on Jan. 23, 1987 and grew up in Wilton, attending Greens Farms Academy and then Wilton High School, class of 2005. After studying digital media at the University of Denver for two years, he went on to Full Sail University in Winter Park, Fla., where he received a bachelor’s degree in audio engineering and music business in 2009. Upon his graduation, he pursued a career in digital media, working for Rodale Inc., Wild Tangent and Innovid. Throughout his career, Peter was known for his technological talent and ability to creatively find solutions.
He had a passion for the outdoors. He loved skiing and snowmobiling in the mountains of Colorado, camping in Moab and fishing at his family’s summer home on Martha’s Vineyard. In his early childhood, Peter spent summers waterskiing and sailing at Flathead Lake in Montana. Like his father, he gravitated towards technology and anything with a motor, especially automobiles, motorcycles and boats. He also shared his brother’s passion for music. Later in life, at his home in Denver, he began to pursue his mother’s love for gardening.
While he shared a close bond with his brother, Trevor, he also treasured his friends and enjoyed bringing them together, hosting evenings of grilling and entertaining. His sense of humor, quick wit and infectious laugh always made people enjoy being in his presence. Peter’s family and friends will forever remember his caring heart, kindness and sensitivity toward others.  
He is survived by his mother, Clare Weeks of Redding, Conn.; his father and step-mother, Josh and Christine Weeks of Wilton, Conn.; his brother, Trevor Weeks of Easton, Conn.; his paternal grandparents, William and Robin Weeks of Palm Beach, Fla.; his maternal grandmother, Juanita Burton of Kalispell, Mont., and many aunts, uncles and cousins who will all miss him. 
The family is planning a private service in September. In October there will be an evening for his friends and family to come together to celebrate his life.
Donations can be made to Colorado Rapid Avalanche Deployment (