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Danny Garcia

Mar 03, 1997 - Dec 03, 2023

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Pueblo, CO

Danny G. Garcia passed away on November 21, 2023. His life journey began on March 3, 1997 to Danny G. Garcia Sr. and Tanya Romero in Denver Colorado. His step father David Montano became part of his life and helped raising him and be a good father figure. Danny is preceded in death by his grandparents Larry Maynes, Joe Garcia, Delores Garcia. He is survived by my his parents Danny G. Garcia Sr. , Tanya Romero and David Montano, his son Neovanni Gabriel Garcia and daughter Mia'Amor Eliante Garci...Read More

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Beatrice Reynolds

May 22, 1935 - Feb 15, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

Beatrice "Bea" Reynolds, age 88, went to be with her Lord and Savior on February 15, 2024. Survived by children, Keith Quick, Curtis Quick, and Rhonda (Harold) Masters; grandchildren, James (Paris) Quick, Kriston (Bill) Reneau, Kyle (Cecily) Masters, Brandon Bell, Robyn (Brent) Myers, and Dom Quick; 10 great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her husband, Bob (Robert) Reynolds in 2016, and first husband, John Quick in 1979; brother, Jack Burdett; nephews, Randy, Don, David, and Bobby; and several in-laws. Bea was born on May 22, 1935 in Colorado Springs, CO. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren, being involved in her church, Parkhill Baptist church, doing crafts, camping, fishing, family reunions and cruises with her husband, Bob. Memorial service will be at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, March 2, 2024, at Imperial Funeral Home. 5450 Highway 78 West. Pueblo, CO. 81005. Donations may be made to the Parkhill Baptist Church in Bea's name.

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Caroline Todd

Nov 27, 1923 - Feb 09, 2024

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Pueblo West, CO

Caroline Todd, age 100, of Pueblo West, Colorado passed away on Friday, February 9, 2024. A memorial service for Caroline will be held Wednesday, February 28, 2024 at 11:00 AM at St Paul the Apostle Catholic Church, 1132 W Oro Grande Dr, Pueblo West, Colorado.

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Kathleen Ann Pacheco

Aug 05, 1938 - Feb 10, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

"Kathleen Ann Pacheco, 85, passed away on February 10, 2024. She was preceded in death by her parents, Harry \u0026amp; Hazel; and Brothers, Sonny \u0026amp; Ronnie Thibedeau.\u0026nbsp;Kathleen is survived by her husband, Fidel \u0026quot;Danny\u0026quot; Pacheco; daughter, Donielle Kitzman; beloved grandsons, Gavin \u0026amp; Gage; sisters, Michelle \u0026amp; Patricia; along with her step-children \u0026amp; grand-children and many special nieces, nephews, cousins \u0026amp; “adopted” family.\u0026nbsp;Her life was dedicated to being the best mother and grandmother a kid could ask for. She was a best friend, advocate and caregiver to all those lucky enough to cross her path.\u0026nbsp; A fiery, red-headed Leo that genuinely loved people, dancing, singing, laughing and love. Her passion for\u0026nbsp;books was beyond imagine, because they took her to places she couldn\u0027t go otherwise. She valued every moment and every treasure she accumulated along her journey and was always happy to share those treasures and the stories that went with them. She gave more than she received and asked for even less.\u0026nbsp;She was the light and laughter in every room, even when she didn\u0027t know it.\u0026nbsp;Her spark will be missed by many! Arrangements for a celebration of life are pending."

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Joseph John (Butch) Corsentino

Feb 17, 1935 - Feb 09, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

"Joseph John (Butch) Corsentino, 88, of Pueblo, Colorado passed away February 9, 2024. He was preceded in death by his wife, Delphine Corsentino; parents, John and Josephine Corsentino; and sister Lenore Dissler. Butch is survived by his children, Donna (Don) Toller, Lori (Dean)Silva and Ron (Eric Koehler) Corsentino; grandchildren, Brandon (Melissa) Toller, Brittany (Craig) Marshall and Jason (Jeni Skalko) McGraw; 6 greatgrandchildren; sister-in-law, Phyllis (Bob) Balich; numerous extended family and friends. Butch was born and grew up on the family dairy farm on Highway 10 East of Walsenburg. Butch met his beloved wife, Delphine, at St. Mary’s High School. Butch and Delphine lived on the family farm in Walsenburg until they recently moved to Pueblo. They were married for 69 years. Butch was obsessed with cattle, farming, 4H, cowboy shows and football. And let’s not forget, he was the expert in irritation water. Those that knew Butch know that he loved to talk and never met a stranger. He enjoyed going to coffee and visiting with all his friends. Butch will be forever remembered and loved. May he and our mom rest in peace."

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Karen Lynn Villegas

Jun 17, 1964 - Feb 09, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

"Karen Lynn Villegas, 59, of Pueblo passed away on February 9, 2024. She was preceded in death by her step-mother Joann Martinez. She is survived by husband Dave Villegas; children, Christina (Alex) Maldonado, Angel (Marc) Williams, Veronica Villegas, Charity Villegas, David Villegas, Isaiah Villegas, Valerie (Sam) Ramirez, Christy Villegas and Sarah (Brian) Flick; grandchildren, Marissa (Michael) Hernandez, Mariah (James) Madril, Maleah Madril, Miguel Rodriguez, Antonio (Sierra) Rodriguez, Esequiel Escobado, Giovanni Williams, Jasmine and Ezra, Mia (Caleb) Sisneros, Velia (Hagan)McIntosh, Ayden Perez, Ethan Flick; great-grandchildren, Jayden, Lylah, Michael,Annalyse, Mason, Jeremiah, Rafael; father, Gilbert Martinez, mother, Adela (Dennis) Cunningham; siblings, Betty (Rene) Martinez, Gilbert Martinez and David (Shauna)Martinez; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family and friends. Karen valued two things more than anything else in life: her relationship with God and quality time with her family. Since 1988, Karen devoted her life to God, and proudly told anyone and everyone who would listen. Such a strong bond would go on to bring Karen and her husband Dave together for 33 loving years until her passing. Her love of both God and her budding family brought together so many other fulfilling relationships over time. From all of her friends through the church to her many kids and grandkids, Karen loved spending time with everyone, whether it was to engage in thoughtful conversation or to just have fun. Karen hosted her family for the holidays every year, of which Easter and Christmas were her favorites to celebrate. Karen loved doing arts and crafts with the kids, using her green thumb in the garden with her daughter Angel, and baking sweets for everyone. She enjoyed looking for the nearest yard sales, performing in skits for her church, and playing with her favorite filters on Snapchat. Whether Karen was opening her house to children without a home as a foster parent, nursing orphaned baby squirrels from her backyard to full health, or guiding the next generation of God’s followers for over 20 years as a Sunday school teacher, she took pride in giving back to others. She will be deeply missed by all who loved her."

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Carita Sue LaVelle

Oct 23, 1934 - Feb 16, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

Carita Sue LaVelle, age 89, of Pueblo, Colorado passed away on Friday, February 16, 2024. A celebration of life for Carita will be held Friday, February 23, 2024 at 11:00 AM at Imperial Memorial Funeral Home, 5450 Highway 78 West, Pueblo, Colorado 81005.

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Donald Alex Devie

Feb 17, 1948 - Feb 13, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

A memorial service for Las Animas, CO resident, Donald Devie will be held at a later date. Per his request, cremation has taken place and there will be no visitation. Donald A. Devie, 75, of Las Animas, died Feb. 13, 2024, in Pueblo, CO. He was born Feb. 17, 1948, in Denver CO, the first child of Alex and Eva (Frieberger) Devie of Crook, CO. The family later moved to Sydney, NE, where little brother Larry was born in 1956. Don graduated from St. Patrick’s High School in Sydney in 1966, and soon after enlisted in the Navy. As his fellow corpsmen called him, “Short Round” served in Quantico, VA, Okinawa & San Francisco, CA, as a hospital corpsman. After his discharge in 1970, he returned to Colorado, and attended Otero Junior College, where he received an associate degree in 1972. He was also in the Naval Reserve for two years. He met the love of his life, Barbara Flowers, at OJC. They were married October 8, 1972, in Kim, CO. The couple later moved to Greeley, where Don attended the University of Northern Colorado for a year while working as a CNA at Weld County Hospital. When Don was hired for a respiratory therapist position at Ft. Lyon VA Hospital in 1973, they moved to Las Animas. Don worked at the VA for 29 years. Don and Barbara bought the family home in 1974 and had their first child, James (Blake) in 1976. Adopted daughter, Tekla came in 1978, followed shortly by the birth of daughter, Alexia (Lexie). They welcomed nieces, Miranda in 1977 and her daughter, Rileigh in 1996. Don joined the 947th Medical Clearing Company and faithfully served until 1992, going on several overseas missions to Honduras, Costa Rica, France, Spain, Nova Scotia, Luxembourg, Germany and in Kuwait during Operation Desert Storm. He served on the Bent County Ambulance Service for 30 years as an EMT and later, director. He was a member of the Bent County Sheriff’s Posse for four years, served on various city and county boards, and was also a 4-H leader and Cub Scout leader. He ended his working career after six years at the Bent County Nursing Home. Don loved to fish and hunt as well as have “travel adventures” with his family and friends. Being a huge “history nerd,” he once made Lexie pull off the road in Tennessee so he could look at a Civil War battlefield. Frequently called “De Short,” he will be missed by myriad family and friends. Survivors include his brother, Larry; daughters, Alexia and Tekla (Joe); nieces, Miranda (Stephen) and Rileigh (Kelsey); grandchildren, Douglas, Johnathan, James, Benetta (Anthony); and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Barbara; and son, Blake Devie. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Bent County Ambulance Service either directly or in care of Horber Funeral Chapel, P.O. Box 431, Las Animas, CO 81054. To to the family or in memory of Donald Alex Devie, please

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David E. Thompson

May 03, 1979 - Feb 09, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

In loving memory of David E. Thompson, born on May 3rd, 1979, who unexpectedly passed away on Friday, February 09, 2024. David was a truly exceptional soul, making the world brighter with his one-of-a-kind presence. His infectious laughter and willingness to be silly endeared him to everyone he met. David's compassionate nature was undoubtedly influenced by his remarkable mother, who, like him, devoted herself to helping others. Her selflessness served as a guiding light, inspiring David to be the generous, caring soul he became. Together, they formed a family that extended beyond bloodlines, reaching out to support and uplift those in need. He was born and raised in Pueblo CO. Attended both South And Central High School and then continued at Pueblo Community College where he received his certifications for his long time employer CS Wind. His joy was magnified when spending time with his beloved daughters, Melanie and Marissa. Their shared love for Denver Nuggets games, exploring new restaurants, and simply enjoying each other's company created cherished memories that will forever live in their hearts. David had a fervent love for sports, being an avid Denver Nuggets, Buffalo Bills, and Los Angeles Angels baseball team fan. His passion for watching games brought him joy and connected him with others who shared his enthusiasm. His vibrant personality extended beyond his family, as he forged deep connections with dear friends at the Steel City Eagles #3367. David's outgoing nature drew people in, creating a circle of friendship that brought joy to everyone fortunate enough to know him. A beacon of positivity, David had an uncanny ability to uplift those around him. His departure leaves a profound void, and the world is undoubtedly dimmer without his radiant spirit. In the wake of this loss, we remember a true friend, a loving father, and a man whose impact on those around him is immeasurable. David E. Thompson leaves behind a legacy of warmth, laughter, and genuine connection. He will be dearly missed, but his memory will live on in the hearts of all who were touched by his extraordinary presence. David is preceded in death by his mother Judith Thompson, grandparents Philomena and Raymond Thompson, aunts Ellen Thompson and Cheryl Thompson .He leaves to cherish his memory, daughters Melanie and Marissa, Uncle Ray and aunt Gina along with countless close friends that were like family. Rosary will be at 6:00pm on February 27, 2024 at Holy Family Parish. Funeral service will be held at Holy Family Parish on February 28, 2024 at 10:00 am followed by interment of ashes at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Reception to follow at Fraternal Order of Eagles, 704 Elmhurst Pl.

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Karen Lynn Villegas

Jun 17, 1964 - Feb 09, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

"Karen Lynn Villegas, 59, of Pueblo passed away on February 9, 2024. She was preceded in death by her step-mother Joann Martinez. She is survived by husband Dave Villegas; children, Christina (Alex) Maldonado, Angel (Marc) Williams, Veronica, Charity, David, Isaiah Villegas, Valerie (Sam) Ramirez, Christy Villegas and Sarah (Brian) Flick; grandchildren, Marissa (Michael), Mariah (James), Maleah, Miguel, Antonio (Sierra), Esequiel, Giovanni, Jasmine and Ezra; great-grandchildren, Jayden, Lylah, Michael and Annalyse; father, Gilbert Martinez, mother, Adella (Dennis) Cunningham; siblings, Betty (Rene) Martinez, Gilbert Martinez and David (Shaina) Martinez; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family and friends. Karen valued two things more than anything else in life: her relationship with God and quality time with her family. Since 1988, Karen devoted her life to God, and proudly told anyone and everyone who would listen. Such a strong bond would go on to bring Karen and her husband Dave together for 33 loving years until her passing. Her love of both God and her budding family brought together so many other fulfilling relationships over time. From all of her friends through the church to her many kids and grandkids, Karen loved spending time with everyone, whether it was to engage in thoughtful conversation or to just have fun. Karen hosted her family for the holidays every year, of which Easter and Christmas were her favorites to celebrate. Karen loved doing arts and crafts with the kids, using her green thumb in the garden with her daughter Angel, and baking sweets for everyone. She enjoyed looking for the nearest yard sales, performing in skits for her church, and playing with her favorite filters on Snapchat. Whether Karen was opening her house to children without a home as a foster parent, nursing orphaned baby squirrels from her backyard to full health, or guiding the next generation of God’s followers for over 20 years as a Sunday school teacher, she took pride in giving back to others. She will be deeply missed by all who loved her."

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Timothy Lee King

May 16, 1959 - Feb 10, 2024

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Pueblo, CO

"Timothy Lee King, 64, of Pueblo passed on February 10, 2024. He was preceded in death by his parents, Albert and Helen King; and brothers, Dave king and Ronald King. He is survivded by his wife of 13 years, Joyce King; children, Rica (Randy) Ramirez, Roxanne (Nick) Quintana and Rena Rael; grandchildren, Elijah G, Eric, Elijah R, Julian, Karlos, Donovan, Xavian and Briana; great grandchild, Kaylanna; siblings, Albert (Pat) King, Doris (Steve) Swearingen, Veronica (Bruce) Perez and Harry (Irene) King; extended family, Bonnie (Paul) Palma, Jeff (Geri) Quintana, James Quintana, Valerie (Andrew) Casias, nieces, nephews and friends. Timothy loved to play his guitar and listen to rock and roll music. Timothy loved to spend his time with his family and friends. He will be deeply missed by all who loved him."

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