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Angela (Pacheco)

Died : Nov 29, 2023

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Pueblo, CO

Angela Marie Romero (Pacheco) 54, of Pueblo, Colorado went to be with the Lord on November 29, 2023. She is preceded in death by her parents Orlando and Betty Pacheco, Sister Eva Urrutia and husband Manuel Romero III. She is survived by her children Manuel (Brittany) Romero IV, Jasper, Keisha, Leandro (Jenisis). Adopted children Angelina Mondragon, Valerie Martinez, Thomas Wilson. Also survived by siblings Daniel Pacheco, Thomas (Shiela) Pacheco, Deb (Mike) Ortega, Robert Urrutia. Adopted siblin...Read More

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Flora Ortiviz

Aug 15, 1926 - Feb 25, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

passed away February 25, 2024, in Pueblo, Colo. She is survived by her three children, Linda (Tom) Tafoya, Carol (John) Brainard and Artie Ortiviz. Also survived by grandchildren, Tammy (Lonnie) Reynolds, Lisamarie Tafoya, Shaynee (Steve) Jesik, Kimberly (Paul) Long, Tricia (Bill) DeHaan and David Ortiviz; six great-grandchildren; sister, Ninfa Martinez; brother, Orlando Romero; and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and other relatives. Flora was born on August 15, 1926, to Emeliana and Max Romero in Walsenburg, Colo, where she was raised by her grandparents, Genevieve and Rueben Romero. She is predeceased by her parents; grandparents; her husband, Arthur J. Ortiviz; granddaughter, Tracy Lynn Tafoya; beloved aunt, Rose Ortega; sister, Loyola Mondragon; and brother, Juan Antonio Romero. Flora loved spending time with her family, especially the annual fishing trip she and Arthur planned every year which she continued after his death. She also looked forward to trips to Las Vegas and Cripple Creek, holiday dinners, summer cookouts, playing cards (cheating to beat the grandkids) and making tortillas. Her devotion to her family was as strong as her faith in Christ. Attending Mass and religious celebrations became part of her legacy for her children. Service pending.

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Chuck Carrington

Jun 26, 1957 - Feb 27, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

66, lost his long battle with cancer on February 27, 2024. Survived by his children, Jennifer Carrington, Jaimie (Dennis) Wells, Justin Carrington and Jason (Alison Warren) Roberts; special uncle, Mike Hayden; grandchildren, Isabel (Rick), Anthony, Shane, Jacob, Caitlyn, Joey, Ryan, Emily, Landon, James (Danielle), Andrew (Caitlyn), Matthew, Elli, Julian; siblings, Mitch (Sandy) Carrington, Joyce (Mark) Grinstead, Kim Carrington-Colby; numerous great-grand children, cousins, nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his wife, Sheila Carper; parents, Sue McBride and Charles “Charlie” Carrington Jr.; and brother, Russel Carrington. Chuck was born June 26, 1957, in Pueblo, Colo. Chuck was a Centennial Graduate class of 1976, where he found the love of football. He was very artistic and worked with his hands for most of his life in construction as a framer. He loved riding his Harley, camping, hunting and fishing. In his pastime he could be found at the slot machines in Cripple Creek or Blackhawk. He loved to watch football and racing and anything to do with history. Chuck loved doing all the extra activities that any of his grandkids would request of him. Chuck will be sorely missed by his family and anyone who had the pleasure to hear one of his stories. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Friday, March 8, 2024, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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Rachel Ranae Marquez

Mar 24, 1990 - Feb 24, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

"Rachel Ranae Marquez, 33, left us on February 24, 2024 losing her battle to cancer. Rachel graduated in 2008 from Dolores Huerta High School where she found a passion for basketball. After graduation, she continued her basketball passion by volunteering as an assistant coach. During that time, she decided to start her education by attending CSU of Pueblo, where she earned a double major in Criminology and Psychology. After graduation, she joined the Pueblo County Sheriff\u0027s Office as a Deputy Sheriff. She has been working in this field for over 9\u0026#43; years and was an active participant in the Honor Guard. During her service, she was also selected to attend the Pueblo Law Enforcement Academy which was a great honor for her. The biggest thing about Rachel is her kind and loving heart. She is a person who wanted to take care of everyone. She touched so many people in this world. Rachel was proceeded in death by her brother, Micheal Marquez; grandma, Dolores Villarreal; great-grandmother, Mary Garcia; great-grandfather, Manuel Garcia; and Godfather Ernest Garcia. She is survived by her father/stepmother, Sonny \u0026amp; Sutton Marquez; mother/significant other, Crystal Trujillo \u0026amp; John Avalos; brother Santino Trujillo-Avalos; sister, Robin Marquez; niece, Nevaeh Marquez; nephew, Xander Lucero; grandmothers, Rebecca Garcia, Judy Files; grandfather, Robert Villarreal; aunts, Dorien Garcia, Stacy Marquez, Sherry Hernandez, Rachael Villarreal, Roberta Villarreal and Augusta Villarreal; uncles, David Booker, Robby Villarreal, Ryan Villerreal, Jesse Hernandez and Danny Rimel; Godmother, Betty Garcia; cousins, Yorasia Oliva, Brittany Kent, Jaydan \u0026quot;Puffy\u0026quot; Garcia and hundreds more; and friends, Brenda Garcia, Emily Davidson and many more. We appreciate all the support from family members including her family at the Pueblo Sheriff\u0027s Office, and all her amazing friends. Please celebrate her life the way she would have."

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Sarah N. (Watson) Berger

Apr 14, 1940 - Mar 01, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

Sarah N. (Watson) Berger, 83, passed away peacefully March 1, 2024. A lifetime Puebloan, she was born April 14, 1940 to Tomas and Rita (Nava) Rivera. Funeral Service 10a.m. Thursday March 7, 2024 at Pueblo Christian Center. Internment Roselawn Cemetery. Full obit to be posted soon...

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Carol Jean Albo

Sep 27, 1948 - Feb 26, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

Carol Jean (Roman) Albo, 75 went home to be with the Lord on February 26, 2024. Survived by her daughters, Cassie (Brian) Stephens and Elizabeth Albo. Grandchildren – Tyler Stephens (Kasi Kihn), Lexie Stephens, Parker Stephens, Charlotte Gallagher, and David Gallagher. Great Grandchildren – Austin Sheppard, Kensli Stephens, and Brian Davis Stephens. Sister – Antonette (Keith) Lane, Nephew – Dean Lane (Joan Kelley), Niece – Kimberly (Jason) Saphara, and Great Nephew – Drew Lane. Preceded in death by her parents Mary and Andrew Roman, brother Dennis Roman and Niece Mary Ann Lane. Carol was born to Mary and Andrew Roman on September 27, 1948, in Pueblo Colorado and became a life-long resident where she raised her girls. She graduated from Pueblo Catholic High School in 1966 and attended Southern Colorado College (Currently CSU Pueblo) from 1966 -1968. Carol was devoted to her career and held many different leadership roles, including Pueblo County Clerk’s Office, Apple Computer, and thirty-three years at School District 60, where she finalized her role as Supervisor of Human Resources. After retirement she worked as an office manager for Sharon Kessler, MD, Dermatology Clinic. She had a servant’s heart and relished in volunteering at Our Lady of the Meadows Church, Supervisory Committee for Sunwest Education Credit Union, President of Pitts Middle School Accountability Committee, South High School Accountability Committee, Pueblo Police Auxiliary, and many others. Carol loved her girls and family more than anything, her unconditional love was abundant and never ending. On any given day you would find her cheering for her Broncos, her Rockies, or the golf channel was on the TV. Carol spent her final days at home with her daughters and family surrounded by love. Cremation, T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home, Funeral Mass for Carol J. Albo will be held Wednesday, March 6, 2024, at 9:45 AM at Our Lady of the Meadows Catholic Church, 23 Starling Drive, Pueblo, Colorado 81005.

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Josephine Archuleta

Dec 04, 1936 - Feb 28, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

Josephine Archuleta, 87, passed away February 28, 2024 in Pueblo, Colorado. She was the widow of Sotero Jose Archuleta; they shared 58 years of marriage together. Born in Manzanola, Colorado on December 4, 1936, she was the daughter of Alberto and Hilda Hernandez. Josephine loved her family, and was the proud gardener of a rose garden with 100+ roses. Josephine is survived by her children Raymond, Patricia, Ralph (Janice) and Joseph (Shari); grandchildren Jeff (Linda and the babies), Nicole, Erica, Derie, Erica, and Bryan (Michaila); numerous great grandchildren; siblings Frances (Irene) Hernandez, Albert (Margaret) Hernandez, Danny (Elaine) Hernandez, and Dora Hernandez; special nephew Michael Hernandez; special nieces Jessica Hernandez and Linda Hernandez, and numerous other family members and friends.

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Dianne Fay Kingsley

Oct 18, 1943 - Feb 24, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

"Dianne Fay Kingsley, 80, of Pueblo, Colorado, passed away on Saturday, February 24, 2024. Dianne was born October 18, 1943 in Topeka, Kansas, the daughter of William and Florence (Tarbell) Rankin. Dianne graduated from Washburn Rural High School in 1961. Dianne then continued her education and graduated with a Bachelors degree in Accounting from the University of Southern Colorado. Dianne married Thomas Kingsley on August 21, 1971 in Topeka, Kansas. She was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas G. Kingsley; parents, William and Florence Rankin; and siblings, Robert Rankin and Margaret Joanne Rankin (Lee) Vineyard. She is survived by her child, Erin (Alfonso) Aragon, and ex son-in-law Jeffrey Alfonso; grandchildren, Jonathan Alfonso, Christian (Destiny) Alfonso, Ashley Aguilar; great Grandchildren Kyra Alfonso, Sophia Alfonso, Levi Alfonso, Arabella Alfonso, Emilia Alfonso, and Susi-Anna Arellanes; best friends, Barbara Brown and Iona Naumann; numerous extended family and friends. Dianne also leaves behind her loyal companion and friend, her cat Gabby Marie. Dianne had various hobbies such as oil painting, sewing, drawing, camping, boating and involving herself in Tom’s passions. Dianne loved to spend time with her daughter and her grandchildren much as time would allow. Dianne was a member of the Pueblo First Church of the Nazarene and attended various church groups. She was a devoted Christian and loved serving the Lord. Dianne will be forever loved and deeply missed by all those she leaves behind."

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Ronald Owen DeCoopman

Aug 08, 1958 - Feb 28, 2024

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null, CO

In Loving Memory: Ronald Owen DeCoopman received his wings on February 28, 2024. Born on August 8, 1958, in Denver, Colorado to Gordon Owen DeCoopman and Shirely Ethel Clemente. He is preceded in death by his parents, and sister Sharon Kirchner. Ronald is survived by his brother Rick DeCoopman and sisters Barbara Kuehl, Sandra Duncan, Debbie Leavitt, and Tanya Lamb. Ronald is survived by his legal guardian the Arc of Pueblo of many years and his many caregivers with Care Inc and Jordan’s Residential and Vocational Services, Inc. Ronald enjoyed attending Jordan’s day program and interacting with his staff and friends. He enjoyed going to Wendy’s for a meal and a soft drink. We will miss his playful personality. Memorial services and a celebration of life will be held at a future date.

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Ken Carter

May 10, 1927 - Feb 26, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

Ken Carter, 96, passed away February 26, 2024. He is survived by his daughter, Debbie (Jeff) Centa-DiNero and grandson Ryan Butler. Ken was preceded in death by his wife, Verna Carter. Ken was born in Hutchinson, Kansas, He enjoyed working on the family farm until he joined the Navy. He was so proud of being able to serve our country. Ken was a veteran of World War II as a Seaman 1st Class V6 USNR. He always had so many fascinating stories to tell, and was quite the charmer! Ken had a very full life, and many careers and accomplishments. He was the director of a television station, chemist at CF&I, commander of Pueblo Search and Rescue, a salesman at Broome Brothers Camera Shop, and that is to name just a few. Upon retiring, he kept himself busy, with his wife, doing ceramics, and selling them at numerous craft shows. Ken was the happiest though when he and his very special friend, Kathleen, went on their weekly Saturday breakfast jaunt. Off they went to his dear friend’s, Lloyd and Carol’s restaurant, Southwest Deli, for his beloved biscuits and gravy. He lived for that meal! “Best in town!” he always said. Special thanks to the fifth floor doctors and nurses at Parkview who took such excellent care of him as well as the Sangre de Cristo Hospice Staff who made his final days feel so peaceful. The graveside service will be held on Friday, March 8, 2024 at 1pm at Imperial Memorial Gardens, Veteran’s Court of Honor. In lieu of flowers, memorial may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice.

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Jose Ralph Franklin

Feb 08, 1951 - Feb 24, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

"Jose Ralph Franklin, 73, went to be with the Lord on February\u0026nbsp;24, 2024. Jose worked as an over the road trucker most of his working years, he enjoyed coming home and sharing stories of his adventures with his family. Jose taught all his children to drive and instilled in them the importance of being able to drive in all kinds of weather and terrains. Jose always stressed the importance of being prepared on the road and in life. The family always joked about how Jose could overhaul an engine on the side of the road if he needed to. We all will miss his amazing stories, smile and laughter around the campfire. He was preceded in death by his\u0026nbsp;sister, Annie Gallegos; and brothers, Junior Franklin, Floyd Franklin, Eddie Franklin and Tito Franklin. He is survived by his wife, Maria Franklin, children, Johnny (Maria), Joseph, Crystal (George), Rachelle (Jake), Nicole, Naisa and Ralph; grandchildren, Charisse, Alicia, Donald, Daniel, Derek, Carly, Caley, Johnny, Joseph, Jasmine, Sierra, Monique, Felicia, Mya, Sophia and Damien; great grandchildren, James, Jacob, Jamie, Daniel Jr, Azmae, Gloria, Jayden, April, Addy, Adelina and Josiah; numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.\u0026nbsp;He enjoyed fishing, camping, hunting, gambling and traveling. He loved spending time with his family. Jose will be forever loved and deeply missed by all who loved him."

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