The Tri-County Obituary Project

Huerfano County, Pueblo County, and Las Animas County, Colorado.



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Haas, Christian Hahn
Christian Hahn Haas - Pueblo Chieftain – June 14, 1917 – Puebloans Who Registered For Selective Army Draft – Appended are young Puebloans between the ages of 21 and 30 years inclusive, who registered in city precincts for the selective draft to the United States army: Precinct No. 25 – Christian Hahn Haas. Pueblo Chieftain – November 3, 1918 – Plenty Fourth of July on the Battle Lines – Cpl. Chriss H. Haas, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Haas, 1026 Pine, has written a letter to his parents, in which he tells of some of the things he has seen since leaving the United States. He says: "Dear Dad and Mother: "I am just taking a little rest and thinking of home and loved ones. One year ago today I held up my right hand. It was much different then than now. I never thought I would see what I am seeing, but we never know what may happen. Dad, I have seen great sites, good and bad. Talk about Fourth of July, we have it over here all the time. Where I am I saw the artillery send over a big barrage. I have gone through lots of Hun bob wire, been in many Hun dugouts and have had many other experiences. I am taking a chance with the censor. I have also helped to bury many bodies and horses, and pitch tents in the pouring rain, and darkness itself surrounded us. I will sure have great stories to tell when I return, which cannot be too soon for us boys. Do not worry about me for I am in the best of health, but may not be able to write for some time. While writing this letter I had to pick up my rifle and shoot at a Boche plane. Love to all, from your son, Cpl. Chriss Haas, Co. F, 7th U. S. Engineers, A. E. F. Pueblo Chieftain – November 23, 1918 – Pueblo Corporal Killed in France – Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Haas, 1026 Pine St., received the sad news last night that their son, Cpl. Chriss Haas, was killed in action on October 14. Cpl. Haas, who was 31 years of age, was born and raised in Pueblo, and during that time he made a large number of friends. He enlisted in the army September 26, 1917, and was sent to Fort Logan, and from there he was transferred to Fort Leavenworth, Kan., where he completed his training prior to being sent overseas. He sailed for France last March with the Seventh Engineers Corps, and during his stay there earned the esteem of his officers. Cpl. Haas is survived, besides his parents, by 3 sisters, Mrs. M. E. Walter and Mrs. Roy Popejoy, of Pueblo; Mrs. Elmer Ludick of Denver; and one brother, Joseph, living at Bisbee, Arizona. [Editor's Note: Corp. Chriss H. Haas; Birth: 1886; Death: Oct. 14, 1918, France; Corporal Chriss Haas is not buried in Roselawn this is a memorial only. Inscription: Corp. Chriss H. Haas, Company F. 7th U. S. Engineers, World War I; Killed in Action in Argonne Forest France, October 14, 1918.]

Haas, Lena
Lena Haas - Pueblo Indicator - December 27, 1930 - Cortez- Lena Haas, 16, was found frozen to death near here. The body was discovered by the girl's father, who said he sent her to the home of a neighboring rancher, two miles distant, to get headache pills for him.

Habenstein, Virginia
Virginia “Ginger” Habenstein - Pueblo Chieftain - July 15, 2011 - Virginia “Ginger” Habenstein, 88, passed from this life June 13, 2011. She was preceded in death by her husband, Walter “Hobby” Habenstein; son-in-law, Charlie Stimmel; brothers, Tom and Tony Genova; and parents, Joe and Mary Genova. She is survived by her daughter, Joyce Habenstein Stimmel; grandson, Rodney (Trina) Stimmel; great-grandsons, Roman and Logan Stimmel; sister, Florence Urone; niece, Mayri (Dean) Caple; nephew, Peter (Patty) Urone; other nephews, family and friends. Virginia was employed by District 60 in food service and at Woolworth, and taught exercising. Memorial service, 1 p.m. Saturday, July 16, 2011, with reception to follow, George McCarthy Historic Chapel. In celebration of Virginia's life, all attending are asked to please refrain from wearing black. The family respectfully requests omission of food and flowers. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Haberman, Patricia
Patricia Haberman - Pueblo Chieftain - February 1, 2012 - Patricia Haberman, 81, of La Junta, passed away Dec. 22, 2011, in San Rafael, Calif. Memorial Mass will be at 11 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012, at Our Lady of Guadalupe/St. Patrick Parish with Father Robert Haberman of San Rafael, Calif., officiating.

Habermann, Hilda
Hilda Habermann - Pueblo Chieftain - March 15, 2012 - Hilda Habermann, 87, climbed heaven's staircase to grasp the hands of her Savior and Lord Jesus Christ on March 12, 2012, while being comforted by her four children and spouses at her bedside. Survivors include her four children, Helmuth and (Judi) Habermann and Ed and (Barbara) Habermann, Irma and (Richard) Kinnischtzke, Gertie and (Larry) Permann. She leaves behind 11 grandchildren, including Daniel (Viktoria) Habermann, Laura and (Nik) Guse, Anita (Habermann) Riggins, Greg (Julie) Habermann, David (Traci) Kinnischzke, Jon (Susanne) Kinnischtzke, Becky (Todd) Combs, Lois (David) Goeser, Gina (Josh) Daniel, Valerie (Randy) Southern and Jeff (Kim) Permann. Also grieving their loss are 28 great-grandchildren, including Christopher, Noah, Cassandra, Benjamin, Kate Habermann, Madison and Ashley Guse, Ryan Habermann, Emily Phillips and Dylan Riggins, Anthony Habermann, Abbi, Emily, Josh and Lindsey Kinnischtzke, Aaron and Meghan Kinnischtzke, Makala, Trace, Tyler, Orrin Combs, Jaycek and Aneliese Goeser, Bailey Daniel, Bailey Roy, Blake and Colby Southern and Jude Permann. Finally, three great-great-grandchildren, Breauna and Laila Phillips and Kalli Slone, complete her string of descendants. Also surviving are her sister, Erna (Martin) Wissinger; brothers, Johann (Kati) Martin, Theodor (Inge) Martin; and numerous nieces and nephews in Germany. She was preceded in death by her husband of 56 years, Oscar Habermann; her parents, Theodor and Rosina (Weller) Martin; her brothers, Reinhold, Herbert and Willi Martin; her daughter-in-law, Sharon (Rand) Habermann; and her husband's parents, Georg and Wilhelmina (Heim) Habermann. Hilda was born March 3, 1925, in Gnadental, Bessarabia, Romania. She immigrated to Cobadin, Romania, with her parents in 1937, and she and her family were forced to flee for their lives in 1941. Over the next five years, she lived in numerous refugee camps in Austria, Czechoslovakia and Germany. She married her husband, Oscar, in a refugee camp in Ybbs, a.d. Donau, Austria, in 1944. After a three-year separation from her husband caused by the war, he rejoined her in Germany, where they resided with their three children until they, and his parents immigrated to Hebron, N. D., U.S.A. in 1952. After their fourth child was born, they continued to reside there until she and her husband retired to Colorado Springs, Colo., to be near their families. She lived there until her husband died in 1998 and eventually relocated to Wray and Pueblo, Colo. She was able to enjoy her retirement with family and with the numerous friends she made everywhere she went. She was known as a great cook, baker of outstanding pastries, quilter and creator of many works of art made of threads. In her lifetime, she made well over 100 quilts, for each of her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and numerous other friends. She shared her love of Jesus Christ in the way she lived her life, with family, friends and strangers alike, whenever she was near them. Her smile, her accent, her willingness to serve was evident to all those who knew her. Shyness and timidity were not part of her life and she made friends everywhere. Visitation and viewing is from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 16, at the Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel of Pueblo, Colo., followed by a family service at 7 p.m. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, March 17, at the Pueblo Christian Center, 1605 S. Pueblo Blvd., Pueblo, CO 81005. Following a luncheon, the committal service will be held at Evergreen Cemetery in Colorado Springs, Colo. Memorials given in her honor will be given to her favorite charities, including Gideon's International and the Billy Graham Foundation.

Habiger, Nancy K.
Nancy K. Habiger - Pueblo Chieftain - June 15, 2014 - Nancy K. Habiger, 84, died unexpectedly May 9, 2014. Preceded in death by her husband, Tom; and daughter, Mary Ann Boldt. Survived by her son, Jim (Linda) Habiger of Centennial; nine grandchildren; one great-grandchild; son-in-law, Todd Boldt of Fort Collins; nieces, nephews and other relatives. Born into a third-generation pioneer family, Nancy Lou Kretschmer lived most of her life in Pueblo. She graduated from Centennial High School and the University of Colorado at Boulder. Mom's servant heart led her to volunteer at Baca Elementary School, Rosemount Museum, the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center and a soup kitchen. Mom was an active member of St. Pius X Catholic Church for over 50 years, volunteering at parish dinners and serving as a liturgical minister. She enjoyed playing bridge, attending concerts/operas, traveling, listening to music and reading. Most of all, Mom loved spending time with friends and family. Strength and independence were her greatest traits. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Thursday, June 19, 2014, at St. Pius. In lieu of flowers or food, donations can be made in Nancy's memory to Baca Elementary School, c/o Media Services or Rosemount Museum. Interment at Fort Logan National Cemetery at a future date. Arrangements, T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Habliston, Robert John
Robert John Habliston - Pueblo Chieftain - August 30, 2009 - Robert John Habliston of Grand Junction, formerly of Pueblo, was killed in a tragic motorcycle accident on Aug. 22, 2009. He was 70. Preceded in death by his parents Paul and Kathryn (Kasper) Habliston; and grandson, Matthew Roy Habliston. He is survived by his wife, Susan Marie Fech Habliston; brothers, Ted (Cheryl) and Doug (Polly) Habliston, and sister, Janet (Doug) Steiner; children, Karen (Nick) Vunovich, Debra McIntosh, Todd (Kathleen) Habliston; grandchildren, Kristin and Michael Vunovich, Lindsey McIntosh, Jennifer, Stephanie and Michael Habliston; stepchildren, Brooke, Bradford and Brenna Jones; several nieces, nephews and cousins. The family request contributions be made to Western Colorado Peace Officers Association-Training Fund at 554 Jurassic Court, Fruita, CO 81521.

Hacke, John R. Sr.
John R. Hacke Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - January 16, 2011 - John R. Hacke Sr., 50, passed away Jan. 11, 2011. Survived by his children Stephanie, John Jr., Angel and James Hacke; Amanda Trujillo and Darlah Sizemore; grandchildren, Michael and Noah Hacke, JaeLee Trujillo and Saliyah Sizemore; mother, Shirley Bryant; companion, Yolanda Sizemore; and numerous family and friends. John will be missed but never forgotten. Memorial service, 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 22, 2011, Christian Evangelical Church, 2803 E. Orman Ave., Pueblo, Colo. Arrangements by Adrian Comer Garden Chapel.

Hacker, Tina
Tina Hacker - Pueblo Chieftain - March 2, 2010 - Tina Hacker, daughter and sister, went to the Lord March 1, 2010. Born June 6, 1965, in Albuquerque, N.M. Preceded in death by her father, Wayne. Survived by her loving brother, David; her mother, Rose; stepfather, Robert; and many friends. Special thanks to Michael for his love and support. Tina was so special, loving, and giving to others. She had such a smile on her face.

Hackett, Margaret L.
Margaret L. Hackett - Pueblo Chieftain - August 31, 2011 - Margaret L. Hackett, 65, homemaker, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, Aug. 25, 2011. She was born Nov. 22, 1945, in Pueblo, Colo., to Margaret Albrow. Preceded in death by her mother; husband, Robert E. Hackett; siblings, Manuel Albrow, James Johns, Gary Johns; and nephew, Javan Gadlin Sr. Margaret enjoyed cooking, watching soap operas, listening to music, playing Bidwiz, and family gatherings. She leaves to cherish her memory, her children Tony Johns, Tracey Hackett, Tonya Hackett, Javan Gadlin, (great nephew); siblings, Kenny Johns, Michael Johns, Charlotte Boykin, Betty Renthrope, Jackie Albrow; four grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation, 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1, 2011; funeral service 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 2, 2011, both at Angelus Funeral Directors, 1104 S. Circle Drive, Colorado Springs, Colo. Family receiving friends at Angelus Hall following service. Interment, Monday, Fort Logan National Cemetery, Denver, Colo.

Hacking, Jerre
Jerre (Thompson) Hacking - Pueblo Chieftain - August 5, 2012 - Jerre (Thompson) Hacking, September 1934 to July 2012, former Puebloan, left this life on July 23, 2012. She was predeceased by parents, Gwen and Harold Thompson; and husband, Don. She is survived by daughter, Loyce Bares (Richard); son, Donald; and daughter, Nan. She also leaves to cherish “Monga” (their name for her), granddaughter, Chelsea; and grandson, Chandler; and many, many friends who loved her dearly and will miss her wonderful spirit through a life of hardships, remembering the good times. A memorial service was held July 28, 2012, in Rio Verde, Ariz., where she resided.

Hackler, Elmer
Elmer Hackler – Pueblo Chieftain – December 30, 1918 – Elmer Hackler, age 20 years, died in Pueblo County, December 29. Body at McCarthy's.

Hadad, Mary Ann
Mary Ann Hadad - Pueblo Chieftain - April 7, 2007 - Mary Ann Hadad, age 73, lifetime resident of Trinidad, passed away unexpectedly on April 5, 2007. She was born in Jansen, Colo., on July 25, 1933, to Bertha (James) and Angelo Blasi. Mary Ann graduated from Holy Trinity Catholic High School in 1952. On April 26, 1958, Mary Ann was united in marriage to Joseph E. Hadad at Mount Carmel Catholic Church in Trinidad, Colo. She was employed by S.H. Biber M.D., as an office nurse for 51 years, where she truly enjoyed taking care of her many treasured patients, all of whom she considered to be her friends. Mary Ann was a devout Catholic and was honored to serve as a Eucharistic Minister at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. She was a member of the Catholic Daughters of America, Order of Eastern Star, and a 55-year member of her 5 and 2 club, in which her beloved friends from high school meet on a monthly basis. Mary Ann was a devoted wife, mother and new grandmother to her pride and joy, Caleb (Calem) Joseph Cichon. Mary Ann truly had a heart of gold, always willing to go out of her way to help others. She loved to cook and share all of her meals with her family and friends. She also loved spending time with her family, especially her new grandson. She was preceded in death by her parents, Bertha (James) and Angelo Blasi; sisters, Carrie Paravechio, Lucy Blasi and Carol Ann Swanson; brothers, Tony Blasi, John Blasi, Louis Blasi and Fred Blasi. Survivors are husband, Joseph E. Hadad; daughter, Renee Hadad Cichon; son-in law, Thomas Cichon; grandson, Caleb Joseph Cichon; sisters, Irene (Frank) Cerame, Jansen, Minnie (Pete) DeCristino, Madrid, Esther (Louis) DeCresantis, Brighton, Theresa (Richard) Hadad, Albuquerque, N.M., Betty Jo (Charles) Gyurman, Hoehne; brothers, Dominic (Billie) Blasi, Trinidad, and Michael Blasi, Pueblo; sisters-in-law, Marjorie Lou Kraker, Josephine Hadad, Betty Blasi, all of Trinidad; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives. Visitation, 3 to 6 p.m. Monday, April 9, Comi Funeral Home Chapel. Rosary, 7 p.m. Monday, April 9, and funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 10; both at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, with Father Matthew Wertin as celebrant. Interment will follow at the Trinidad Catholic Cemetery. Immediately following the funeral service, friends are invited to gather at the Quality Inn. Active pallbearers are Jerry Iuppa, Mitchel Kraker, Ronald Hadad, Richard DeCristino, Paul Blasi, Steve Blasi, Joseph DeCresantis and Franko Cerame. Honorary pallbearers are Steven DiPaola, Daniel Milinazzo, Robert DeCristino, John Blasi, Dominic Blasi, Anthony Blasi, Thomas Blasi, Victor Blasi, Donald Blasi, David Hadad and John Hadad. Memorial donations may be made in Mary Ann's name to Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 235 N. Convent, Trinidad, CO, 81082, and to Holy Trinity Academy, 600 Prospect, Campus Box 208, Trinidad, CO, 81082. The family may be contacted at 1316 Grant Ave., Trinidad, CO.

Hadad, Theresa A.
Theresa A. Hadad - Trinidad Times Independent - February 21, 2012 - Theresa A. Hadad, 76, died Thursday, Feb. 9, 2012, at Lovelace Hospital surrounded by her family. Theresa was born June 3, 1935, to Bertha (James) and Angelo Blasi in Trinidad. She attended Holy Trinity High School where she graduated in 1953. On July 4, 1959, Theresa was united in marriages to Richard Hadad at Mt. Carmel Catholic Church in Trinidad. Theresa was a cooking enthusiast who loved sweets. Her favorite meal was breakfast in the mountains with her family. She was preceded in death by her parents, Bertha and Angelo Blasi; her mother- and father-in-law, Michael and Sara Hadad; her sisters and brothers, Carrie (William) Paravecchio, John Blasi, Lucy Blasi, Mary Ann Hadad, Fred Blasi, Carol Ann Swanson, Tony (Annabelle) Blasi, Louis Blasi, Dominic Blasi and Minnie DeCristino; her sister-in-law, Mary Margaret Blasi; and her brother-in-law, Frank Cerame. Theresa is survived by her husband, Richard Hadad; her daughter, Sharon Hadad (Dorte Hartwig); her son, Ron Hadad; her siblings, Irene Cerame of Trinidad, Esther (Lou) DeCresentis of Brighton, Betty Jo (Charles) Gyurman of Hoehne and Mike Blasi of Pueblo. She is also survived by her brothers- and sisters-in-law, Joe Hadad of Trinidad, Bill Swanson of Arvada, Betty Blasi of Trinidad, Billie Blasi of Trinidad, Pete DeCristino of Raton, N.M., Najib Hadad of Phoenix, David (Mary Ellen) Hadad of Trinidad, Victor (Louise) Hadad of Castle Rock; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. A memorial rosary was recited at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, at French-Wyoming Chapel followed by a 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 17, funeral Mass at Holy Trinity Church and ennichement at Trinidad Catholic Cemetery. Donations may be made to Holy Trinity Church. Visit and sign an online guestbook for Theresa at RememberTheirStory.com.

Haddan, Marlene
Marlene Haddan - Colorado Springs Gazette - February 15, 2008 - Marlene Haddan, passed away on February 12. The arrangements are as follows: Memorial Service, Tuesday, February 19, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. at Swan-Law Funeral Home, 501 N. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs, CO, 80903. (719) 471-9900.

Haddican, Lucille
Lucille Haddican - Pueblo Chieftain - September 14, 2011 - Lucille Haddican, born April 22, 1927, in Manchester, Okla., passed away Sept. 11, 2011, in Pueblo, Colo. Preceded in death by her husband, William “Bill” Haddican; parents, Henry and Irene Johanning; three brothers; one sister; and sons, Bill Haddican and baby Haddican. Survived by daughters, Linda Haddican, Rose Meese, Carol Haddican, Sandy (Al) Martinez and Jerri (John) Brandt; son, Jim (Pat) Haddican; 14 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Rosary, 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15, 2011; funeral service, 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 16, 2011, both at Roselawn Funeral Home Chapel. Interment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery.

Haddow, Billy
Billy 'Hap' Haddow - Huerfano World Journal - August 2, 2012 - Billy 'Hap' Haddow, December 11, 1943 - July 11, 2012 - Billy 'Hap' Haddow passed away peacefully at his home July 11, 2012 from complications of COPD. He was born in Pueblo, Colorado and raised by his parents Myrtle and George Haddow, a Scottish immigrant. He loved climbing the mountains around his house. A graduate of the Holy Trinity High School in Trinidad who excelled in sports, he later received college degrees in both accounting and history. After college he voluntarily enlisted in the U.S. Army where he spent two tours in Vietnam as a member of the Recon Platoon of the 1st Battalion 5th Infantry (Mech) of the 25th Infantry Division, also known as the Electric Strawberry.” He was wounded in battle and spent a year in a body cast in Japan, later receiving a Purple Heart for his heroism. He was never happier than when present at the birth of his son, Lawrence. A cowboy at heart, he paraded his young son all over San Francisco in his little cowboy outfits. He was a very proud grandpa as well. Billy had many talents and was resourceful in finding careers. He was a policeman, worked in construction, drove a tractor-trailer hauling cattle, and loved restaurant and bar management in such places as Dallas, Texas, San Francisco, California, and Greeley, Colorado, just to name a few. He will be most remembered for the sparkle in his eye and his broad smile that could charm and delight just about anyone. He lived, worked and played hard. He is survived by his wife Helen; son Lawrence; grandchildren Preston and Aubrey Haddow; and cousins Tony and Donna Haddow of Trinidad, Colorado, John and Jackie Haddow of Littleton, Colorado, and Vernon (Vic) and Leigh Haddow of Henderson, Nevada. A memorial service will be held July 28, 2012 at 1 pm at the Walsenburg Golf Club located in Lathrop State Park (1399 CR 502) (719-738-2730) in Walsenburg, Colorado. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project for injured servicemen and women, or the Sangre De Cristo Hospice who helped make his transition so peaceful.

Haddow, Mary James
Mary James Haddow - Trinidad Times Independent - July 22, 2011 - Mary James Haddow of Albuquerque, N.M., formerly of Corrales, N.M., passed away July 20, 2011. She was born in Trinidad March 3, 1915. Her family owned the James Store in Jansen. It was sold to Frank Valenti in 1945. Mary was preceded in death by her husband Archie, parents, Joe and Lucy James, sister Elvira Modica and Elvira's husband, Phil. Surviving to cherish her memory are her son Bill and his wife Juanda, her caring grandson Aaron and his wife Heather, two great-granddaughters, Madison Lynn and Mayson Erin, wonderful nieces, nephews and cousins; and many good friends and neighbors. She was a member of San Ysidro Church in Corrales, St. Thomas Catholic Daughters in Rio Rancho, Corrales Senior Center, and a Sears retiree. The Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. with the Rosary to be recited at 7 p.m. Friday, July 22, in the Chapel at Daniels Family Funeral Services, 4310 Sara Road SE, Rio Rancho, N.M. The Celebration of the Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 23, at San Ysidro Catholic Church in Corrales. Interment will follow at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Albuquerque. Thanks to all the pallbearers for taking Mary to her final resting place. She had a special place in her heart for each of you. Thanks to all our relatives and wonderful friends for your thoughtfulness and kindness. God bless each and every one of you. Ms. Haddow's care entrusted to Daniels Family Funeral Services Sara Chapel of Rio Rancho.

Hadley, Carl
Carl Hadley - Pueblo Chieftain - December 3, 2012 - Carl Hadley, 77. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Pueblo Chieftain - December 5, 2012 - Carl Hadley. Burial, 1 p.m. Thursday, Cedar Hill Cemetery in Castle Rock.

Hadley, Rebecca L.
Rebecca Hadley - Pueblo Chieftain - September 27, 2013 - Rebecca Hadley, 58, passed away Sept. 26, 2013. Arrangements pending. Pueblo Chieftain - September 29, 2013 - Rebecca L. Hadley, 58, passed away Sept. 26. She was born April 23, 1955, in Oakland, Calif., to parents, Cleone Marich and Robert Garner. Rebecca was a nurse and cosmetologist. She was preceded in death by her mother, Cleone. She is survived by her father, Robert Garner; husband, Robert Hadley; daughters, Rachael Hadley, Heather (Jason Smith) Hadley and Heidi (Charles Case) Hadley; sisters, Robbin (Bill) Belding and Tina Garcia; a brother, Tim Minton; and four grandchildren. Rebecca enjoyed sewing, baking, painting and being with family. Memorial service, 4 p.m. Monday, Angelus Chapel. Memorial contributions may be made in care of the funeral home.

Hafer, John Benjamin
John Benjamin Hafer - Pueblo Chieftain - October 9, 2009 - John Benjamin Hafer, was born into the union of Orin and Adabelle Hafer on May 17, 1925 and entered into the sleep of death on Oct. 2, 2009. Sincerely embracing the hope of a future resurrection into a peaceful, new earth. He is survived by his beloved wife Maureen Gilchrist-Hafer. They were married on May 24, 1996 in Canon City. John is predeceased by his parents; brothers, Vivien, James and Albert; and sisters, Alice, Mildred and Lois. John is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. John dearly loved Jehovah and also gardening. He also enjoyed trips through the Colorado Mountains with his life mate Maureen. He retired form the former CF&I Company on June 15, 1980 after 34 years of service. Memorial 2 p.m. Saturday, Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses (523 Pitkin Ave.). Family and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following service.

Hagans, Elizabeth Fern
Elizabeth Fern Hagans - Pueblo Chieftain - April 20, 2010 - Elizabeth Fern Hagans, 87, of Colorado Springs, passed away on April 17, 2010. Betty was born in Springfield, Colo., on Sept. 6, 1922, to the late Earl and Ruth (Sanders) Coburn. After graduating junior college, Betty married Gene Hagans on June 16, 1948, in Colorado Springs, and together had three children. In her spare time she enjoyed cheering on the Denver Broncos, working on her golf swing and was a member of Calvary United Methodist Church. She was a member of the Valley High Nine ladies golf group and was involved with the Primetimers Group through the church. Betty is survived by her children, Marcia (Jerry) Allin, Earl (Allene) Hagans and Carl (Andrea) Hagans; brother, William (Carol) Coburn; six grandsons and 13 great- grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Gene; and two brothers, Eugene and Richard Coburn. A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 21, 2010, at Calvary United Methodist Church, 4210 Austin Bluffs. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Pikes Peak Hospice.

Hagar, Sherman
Sherman Hagar - Pueblo Chieftain – November 10, 1918 – Sherman Hagan, age 28 years, died yesterday at a local hospital following a short illness of Spanish influenza. Deceased resided at 903 E. 7th St., and was a member of St. Leander's Church. He is survived by his wife and one daughter, Ilene. The remains were removed to the McCarthy Undertaking parlors. Announcement will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain – November 13, 1918 – The funeral of Sherman Hagar will take place this morning at 11:30 in the McCarthy Undertaking Co.'s Chapel. Rev. Father Walter will conduct the services. Interment Roselawn Cemetery.

Hagerman, Johnnie Joe
Johnnie Hagermann - Pueblo Chieftain - March 11, 2014 - Car crashes into Pueblo house, killing 1- A white sedan crashed through the front wall of a South Side home Tuesday night injuring one person and killing another, police said. Pueblo police still are searching for the driver of the vehicle, who apparently managed to escape the wreck and flee the scene. The call came in about 8 p.m. Sgt. Frank Ortega said witnesses told police the car was traveling east on Ivywood Lane toward the intersection with Hollywood Boulevard. When the car approached the intersection, the driver tried to swerve around the traffic stopped there, then crossed over the yard of the home at 1922 Hollywood Blvd. and into the house. The house appeared to be a tri-level home and the car was crashed into the lower floor of the building. The car was completely inside the home and Ortega said a body was trapped underneath the vehicle. Pueblo County Coroner James Kramer said the victim was a male, but no further information was available. One woman was transported by ambulance to an area hospital. The home's next-door neighbors said they heard a thump but didn't see the accident. Officers were searching around their house and their backyard for evidence. Pueblo Chieftain - March 13, 2014 - The Pueblo County coroner has released the name of the man killed in the Tuesday night incident in which a white Jaguar sedan was driven through the front wall of a South Side home. Related Car crashes into Pueblo house, killing 1 Johnnie Hagermann, 47, was killed when the car crashed through the lower level of his tri-level home on the 1900 block of Hollywood Drive. Coroner James Kramer said the death was a result of the accident but further details will be released following an autopsy. The autopsy is scheduled for today. A second victim was transported to the hospital with injuries. Police were called to the accident just before 8 p.m. Tuesday. Witnesses told officers that the car was headed east on Ivywood Lane and as it approached the intersection with Hollywood, it swerved around traffic, then lost control and crashed through the home, located at the southeast corner of the intersection. Police still are looking for the driver of the car, described as a Hispanic male, somewhere between 5 feet 6 inches and 5 feet 7 inches tall, with short dark hair. He was wearing dark clothing. Sgt. Chris Noeller said the department is pursuing a number of leads and conducting second interviews with witnesses as they work toward identifying a suspect. Pueblo Chieftain - March 14, 2014 - Johnnie Joe Hagerman, 46, passed away March 11, 2014. Johnnie Joe Hagerman He was a loving husband, stepfather, brother and son. Johnnie showed his love for his family sometimes in very comedic ways. He always was organizing family reunions. He had a love of biscuits and gravy, but his favorite was a burrito smothered in gravy. He is survived by his parents, John Ray and Donna May Hagerman; wife, Lori Hagerman; grandmother, May Mountain; stepdaughter, Shelby Weldon; stepson, Nikolaus Weldon; brothers, Kevin (Myriah) and Nick (Jeri Sue); in-laws, Jerry and Sue Watson; nieces, Karrie Elizabeth Hagerman, Isabella Nicole Hagerman, Tessa Rae Hagerman; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins; special friend and employer, Sherri Weber from M&S Trucking. Preceded in death by grandparents, John Q. and Maxine E. Hagerman and Joseph Mountain. Johnnie had an undying passion for truck driving, being a mechanic and chrome. He had an ability to research the computer to fix anything and willingness to help anyone. After living through years of poor health, kidney dialysis and a kidney transplant of 13 years, his last 13 years were the best. He was able to resume his love of trucking. He also had a special spot for his cat, Billy. Flower deliveries may be sent directly to the church. Memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 15, 2014, at West Assembly of God Church, 406 W. Eugene Ave., Fowler, CO 81039.

Haggard, Richard Lee
Richard L. Haggard - Pueblo Chieftain - March 26, 2014 - Richard L. Haggard, 70, passed away March 22, 2014, in Colorado Springs, Colo. Survived by his wife, Katherine (Kookie) Haase Haggard; grandchildren, Michael Vigil of Pueblo, Richard L. Haggard III, Matthew R.L. Haggard, both of Colorado Springs, Richard Allen Haggard and Roland B. Haggard, both of Highlands, Texas. He will be greatly missed by his sister-in-law, Jane Haggard; nieces, Sherrie and Becky Haggard, all of Pueblo; and his best buddy, John Soliz of Colorado Springs. Richard also is survived by many cousins, other relatives and friends, with whom he was very close. He was preceded in death by his son, Richard L. Haggard Jr.; and brother, Charles H. Haggard. Richard was born in Oklahoma City, Okla., on Oct. 7, 1943, but resided in Pueblo until he married, at which time he moved to Bellflower, Calif. He worked for McDonald Douglas for several years before retiring and moving back to Pueblo to do what he loved best, the carnival business, in which he was the fifth generation. In 1985, Richard and his family moved to Colorado Springs, where he lived until his passing. Visitation, 10 a.m., with service at 11 a.m. Friday, March 28, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens, with reception to follow at St. Francis Xavier Parish, Mediterranean Room, 1725 Spruce St.

Hagge, Clarence Stanley
Clarence Stanley "Stan" Hagge - Pueblo Chieftain - January 30, 2012 - Clarence Stanley "Stan" Hagge, 77, passed away Jan. 28, 2012. Survived by his wife of 50 years, Susan Hagge; children, Marcus (Robert Demicell) Hagge-Giannella of Las Vegas, Nev., and Marla (Robbie Fox) Shay of Pueblo; grandchildren, Liberty Suzanne Shay and Lawson James Shay, both of Pueblo; sister-in-law, Blanka Hagge of Ogden, Utah; numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, Ruth Sherner and Clarence Stanley Hagge Sr.; brother, James Hagge; sister, JoAnn Sparrow; father- and mother-in-law, John and Ileen DeLeo; and aunt, Thelma (Alex) Renwick. Stan was born Aug. 31, 1934, in Stanley, N.D. He served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean Conflict. He retired from D&RGW as a conductor after 20 years of service. After retirement, Stan owned and operated Giannella Gifts along with his wife and children. He later was a riverboat captain at the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo and a gallery guard at the Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center. Member of Ascension Episcopal Church, BPO Elks No. 808 of Salida, Steel City Eagles No. 3367 and American Legion Post No. 2 of Pueblo. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012, Ascension Episcopal Church, 18th and Grand Avenue, with the Rev. Dr. Vaughan McTernan and Deacon Ken Butcher officiating. A private interment will take place at Fairview Cemetery in Salida. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center.

Hagood, James
James "Bob" Hagood - Pueblo Chieftain - February 6, 2011 - James "Bob" Hagood, 89, passed away Feb. 2, 2011. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Phyllis Hagood; children John R. Hagood and Candy Lee Muller; grandchildren, Lori Hagood, Michael Hagood, Russell Muller, Jonna Hagood, Shawn Muller, Vohn Muller and Marcus Hagood; six great-grandchildren; and three siblings. Bob was a Seabee in the U.S. Navy from 1943 to 1946. In lieu of food and flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Pueblo West Ecumenical Church memorial fund. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Monday, Pueblo West Ecumenical Church. Arrangements under the direction of Imperial Funeral Home.

Hagood, Phyllis J.
Phyllis J. Hagood - Pueblo Chieftain - March 12, 2014 - Phyllis J. Hagood, 88, passed away March 7, 2014. Preceded in death by her husband, James R. Hagood; children, John Hagood and Candy Muller; six grandchildren; four siblings. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Friday, March 14, 2014, Ecumenical Church of Pueblo West, 434 S. Conquistador Ave. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Hahn, E. Elvera
E. Elvera Hahn - Pueblo Chieftain - October 25, 2013 - E. Elvera Hahn, died Oct. 19, 2013, at the age of 96. She was born to the union of Archie and Anna Chambers on May 2, 1917, near Victor, Colo. She graduated from Victor High School and Blair Business College in Colorado Springs. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert F. Hahn in 2005, after they had celebrated 65 years of happy marriage. Her parents; two brothers, one of whom was her twin; and two sisters are also deceased. Surviving her are three sons, Larry (Kim) of Spring Branch, Texas; Duane (Leta) of Longmont, Colo., and Greg (Cathy) of Pueblo; seven grandchildren, Scott, Kristin, Dustin (Jackie) Hahn, Brianne (Ryan) Stromquist, Kavan Hahn, Stacy (Kyle) Biggs and Janelle Hahn; as well as one sister, Lois Roberts, of Kansas; and one brother, Kenneth (Barbara) of Iowa; and eight great-grandchildren, who were her pride and joy. There also are nieces and nephews who survive her. Elvera was employed as a secretary at several of the mines in the Cripple Creek/ Victor area, as well as 24 years with the Department of Social Services, beginning in Teller County and transferring to Pueblo County in 1963. Elvera retired in 1979. She was a member of King of Kings Lutheran Church, the Order of Eastern Star for 60 years serving as Worthy Matron in Victor, Colo., and most currently a member of O.E.S. Pueblo Chapter No. 7. She was Grand Chaplain in 1964-65, and held two grand appointments. She and Bob spent several years in Arizona City, Ariz., where they have many friends and were involved in the formation and building of the Central Lutheran Church there. They returned to Pueblo in 2004. Her interests were sewing, all kinds of hand work and crafts, painting, etc. The happiness and joy of being with her family took priority over all else. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 28, 2013, in the King of Kings Lutheran Church, 2561 Vinewood Lane in Pueblo. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Kings of Kings Lutheran Church or to the Boys & Girls Club of Pueblo. Pueblo Chieftain - October 26, 2013 - E. Elvera Hahn. Memorial service, Monday, 11 a.m. Oct. 28, King of Kings Lutheran Church, 2561 Vinewood Lane. Pueblo Chieftain - October 27, 2013 - E. Elvera Hahn. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Monday, King of Kings Lutheran Church, 2561 Vinewood Lane.

Hahn, Ludorica
Ludorica Hahn – Pueblo Chieftain – July 16, 1919 – Wife Dies in Germany – Dr. H. C. Hahn has received a message through diplomatic channels to the effect that his wife, Ludorica, died in Gaster, Germany, April 13, 1919. The deceased had made arrangements to leave Germany for America a short time before her death. Dr. Hahn had not heard from her for two years.

Haigh, Garth Tanner
Garth Tanner Haigh - Pueblo Chieftain - April 9, 2009 - Garth Tanner Haigh, 91, passed away April 5, 2009. Survived by his daughter, June Haigh (Dale) King; grandson, Elliott Haigh (Emily) King; and numerous cousins. Preceded in death by his wife, Mary Alice Haigh; father, Joseph Glenn Haigh; mother, Jessie Tanner Haigh; and sister, Jo Alice Haigh. The family would like to extend a special thanks to his friend and caregiver, Jo. Garth was born Oct. 11, 1917, in Canon City, Colo. He graduated from the University of Denver School of Commerce in 1940. In younger years, he enjoyed model airplanes; he was a trained aeronautical engineer from Curtis Wright Tech, California, and later worked as an engineer in the B-29 modification plant in St. Louis, Mo., during WWII. In 1978, after 25 years of service, Garth retired as a senior highway engineer from Colorado Department of Highways (now CDOT). He enjoyed working on his computer, crossword puzzles, and helping his family with taxes and investments. He particularly liked to travel Colorado highways and point out roadways and intersections that he had designed while working for CDOT. He was a 68-year member of Mount Moriah Lodge No. 15, AF&AM, in Canon City, and a member of the Knight Templar Consistory. Masonic Rites by Mount Moriah Lodge No. 15, AF&AM and a private graveside service will be held at Mountain View Cemetery. The family respectfully requests the omission of food and flowers. Memorials may be made to the Pueblo Symphony through the funeral home.

Haight, Donald
Donald L. Haight - Pueblo Chieftain - November 26, 2013 - Donald L. Haight passed away Nov. 23, 2013, in the Colorado State Veterans Home in Florence. Don was born on May 15, 1947, in Pueblo to Ernie and Rosa Haight Rollison. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served during Vietnam and was employed as an ammo handler at the Pueblo Army Depot for many years before his retirement. His hobbies included fishing, bingo and watching football. He was preceded in death by his parents. Don is survived by his wife, Shelly; son, Jeff; his twin brother, David (Penny) Haight; brother, Dennis Michael (Laura) Haight; sister, Sandi (Tony) Albo; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Visitation will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013, at the Davis Mortuary, with cremation to follow.

Hailey, Clifton G.
Clifton G. Hailey - Pueblo Chieftain - August 30, 1917 – City Briefs – Receive Insurance – The last issue of the Pacific Woodman, in its monthly list of beneficiaries of deceased members of the Woodmen of the World shows that there were 18 in Colorado, the sums paid being from $1,000 to $2,000 and the number includes widows or heirs of the following in Pueblo: Jacob P. Smeltzer, Edward Anderson, Patrick Boyle, Leroy A. Crane, Clifton G. Hailey, Julius Shloss, Carl E. Tholen, Jesse Pipes. There were two at Denver, one at Delta, one at Steamboat, one at Colorado Springs, one at Aspen, one at Del Norte, Holland Edwards, and one at Canon, Claude M. Hicks.

Haines, Dutch
Dutch Haines – Colorado Springs Gazette – June 5, 1921 – Boy Scouts Active - Southbound Denver & Rio Grande train No. 3, due in Pueblo from Denver at 7:45 p.m. last night was held near the Nuckolls Packing plant north of the city. The train was swept into the river. Most of the passengers have been accounted for, climbing to the roof of the cars and making their way to the Nuckolls Packing company. Missouri Pacific train No. 14, which was to leave Pueblo at 8:05 p.m. last night also was toppled into the stream and most of the passengers on this train also made their way to the Nuckolls Packing plant. On the Denver & Rio Grande train the known dead are Duffey Wilson, switch foreman; J. E. Littlejohn, engineer, and "Dutch" Haines.

Haines, Irene Marjorie
Irene Marjorie Haines - Pueblo Chieftain - August 9, 2011 - Irene Marjorie Haines. Sept. 4, 1916 - Aug. 8, 2011. Marjorie Haines entered into glory after a long life devoted to full-time ministry. She was born in New York City; a graduate of Hunter College and Moody Bible Institute. She became an SIM missionary in Nigeria for 25 years before marrying the Reverend Nevin A. Haines in 1968. Together, they pastored churches in Iowa, Nebraska and Colorado. Mrs. Haines is survived by four step-daughters and a stepson; 18 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Graveside service, 10 a.m. Wednesday at Mountain View Cemetery, officiated by her son, John Haines, Director of Worship, Christ Covenant Church, Matthews, N.C.

Haines, Laura
Laura Haines - Pueblo Chieftain - March 21, 1917 - Mrs. Laura Haines, age 50 years, passed away in this city at a local hospital yesterday afternoon. She came to Pueblo from the east several weeks ago for the benefit of her health and was removed to a local hospital a few days ago in hopes of benefiting her but her condition failed to improve and she gradually grew weaker until the end came yesterday. She is survived by one brother, H. J. Huddleston, residing in Denver, Colo. The body was removed to the United Undertaking Company's parlors and the funeral announcement will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain - April 2, 1917 - The funeral of Laura Haines will be held this afternoon at three-thirty from the United Undertaking Company Chapel. Interment in Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain - April 4, 1917 - The funeral of Laura Haines was held yesterday morning at 11 o'clock from the United Undertaking Company Chapel. Interment was in Roselawn.

Haines, Mary R.
Mary R. Haines - Pueblo Chieftain - June 16, 2010 - Mary R. Haines, born May 14, 1922, died May 23, 2010, in Spokane, Wash. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Saturday, June 19, 2010, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Gardner, Colo. Reception to follow at Gardner Methodist Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society through the funeral home. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Haines, Nevin A.
Nevin A. Haines - Pueblo Chieftain - February 1, 2009 - Nevin A. Haines, 90, passed away on Jan. 29, 2009. Survived by his wife of 40 years, Irene Haines; children, Gilda (Lester) Behlman, Holly (Dwane) Arrends, Jo Bierman, Mellisa (Larry) Wiles and John (Jenny) Haines; brother, Kenneth Haines; 18 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Nevin was born to Herbert and Mame Haines on Aug. 11, 1918, in Greenville, Ohio. He served his country in the U.S. Army during World War II. Nevin retired as a minister in Scottsbluff, Neb., and then moved to Pueblo. Interment, Parkersburg Cemetery in Parkersburg, Iowa. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Monday, Feb. 2, 2009, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Bud Acord and Jad Ghrayyeb presiding.

Haines, Phillip G.
Phillip G. Haines - Davis Mortuary - November 2008 - Phillip G. Haines passed away November 13, 2008 in a Colorado Springs hospital. Phillip was born October 13, 1935 in Sterling, Colorado to Melvin and Elsie Haines and had lived in Pueblo since his childhood. He was a 1953 graduate of Central High School and received his degree from Pueblo Junior College in 1955. He worked in the trucking business for 40 years before retiring from N&W Truck Lines in 1995. Mr. Haines was a lifetime member of B.P.O. Elks Lodge #90, and the F.O. Eagles #145 in Pueblo. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Kay Haines of the family home, daughters Shelley (Mike) Lundy of Avondale, Sheri Haines of Pueblo, sister-in-law Gloria (Ed) Englebrecht of Pueblo West, brother-in-law Roy Ard, of Pueblo, and several nieces and nephews. Cremation in the Davis Crematory. There will be no public services. In lieu of food and flowers the family suggests donation in memory of Phillip be made to the charity of your choice.

Haines, William R.
William R. Haines - Pueblo Chieftain - November 10, 2011 - William R. Haines, 75, passed away Nov. 5, 2011. Survived by his wife of 30 years, Esther Haines; sons, Bill Haines, Scott Haines, Russell Hodgson and Kevin Hodgson; grandson, Dillon Hodgson; sisters, Lois Froebel and Elsie Johnson; numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. William was born to Joseph and Phoebe Haines on Dec. 23, 1935, in Harvey, Ill. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. After 28 years of service, William retired from the Denver Public Schools as a PE teacher, teaching mainly at Bradley Elementary. He was an active member of Sonrise Methodist Church, where he served as trustee. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 1 p.m. on Nov. 19, 2011, at Sonrise Methodist Church, 421 E. Spaulding Ave., Pueblo West, with Pastor Dave York officiating. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to Centro de Los Pobres, P.O. Box 304, Avondale, CO 81022.

Haire, Ada
Ada Haire - Pueblo Chieftain - July 9, 2010 - Ada Haire, 89, of Pueblo, passed away peacefully at her home on July 6, 2010. She was born in Cividale del Friuli, Italy, survived the war, had a close relationship with her family and met Gilbert Haire there, whom she married in 1950. Together, they forged a marriage built on happiness, love of family, hard work, enjoyable travel and an appreciation for life. Gilbert passed in 1997. To all who knew her, Ada possessed an indomitable spirit, a hearty sense of humor, a great talent for creating delicious Italian food and a zest for life that was unmatched. Ada loved tending her beautiful home and lovely gardens, working on them until the evening that her time came. Ada, and the example by which she lived her life, will be profoundly missed. Ada is survived by her sister, Fermina Pease; and Ada's nieces and nephews, Angella, Isabella, Daniela, Fred, Marisa, Janet, Patricia, Robert and Diana and their families. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charities of your choice. Rosary, 7 p.m. today, July 9, 2010, and memorial Mass, 10 a.m. Saturday, July 10, 2010, both at Holy Family Parish, with Father Ben Bacino as celebrant. Inurnment to follow at Imperial Cemetery. All arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Haire, Gilbert
Gilbert Haire - Pueblo Chieftain - October 2, 1997 - Third-generation patriot Gilbert Haire dies at 73 - Gilbert Haire once said he hoped the end of the soldiers in his family might mean the end of war. Haire died Sept. 23 at age 73. He had emphysema. Haire and his wife, Ada, had no children, so his family's long record of military service came to an end. Although he was quick to talk about his father and grandfather - his father served in World War I and his grandfather in the Civil War - Haire was modest about his own military record, according to longtime friend and neighbor Steve Sanchez. "He was a career Army man," Sanchez said. "He retired in 1962 (after 20 years). I don't have his DD214 (service record). I'm waiting for it from the Department of Defense record archives in St. Louis, Mo. It could take four to six weeks to get." Last Veterans Day, Sanchez started collecting information about his friend to put with the voluminous scrapbooks Haire had compiled on his father and grandfather. "He was modest, but I think it's important for kids to see the service given to the country," Sanchez said. "He was a very, very patriotic man from a very patriotic family. He was always quoting President Kennedy: `Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country."' Sanchez does know that Haire first served in Panama. "He used to tell me they would take supplies up the hill on mules in the jungle. His job was to listen for enemy aircraft or vessels approaching on the water." Haire served in Europe from 1945 to 1947, and then at White Sands in New Mexico. "He was traveling to White Sands and stopped on Lake Avenue to get some fuel and something to eat. He had never heard of it before. He wanted to make Pueblo his home and hoped to get stationed here." But before he could move to Pueblo, Haire served in Italy - where he met his wife - in France, at Fort Benning, Ga., and in Korea. He spent the last years of his career - 1960 to 1962 - as a liaison with the Army Reserve in Pueblo. As a young man, Gilbert added an "e" to the end of the family name so his age couldn't be traced and he could enlist in the Army a year early, Sanchez said. His father Thomas' name was spelled "Hair" and his grandfather Jeremiah's was "Hair" or "Hare," depending on who was spelling it. Thomas Hair was a gunner in Company B of the Second Machine Gun Battalion, which was attached to Company F of the 16th Infantry. He received five citations, and was awarded the Silver Star and the Bronze Star with an oak leaf cluster. He made history when he helped carry the body of James Gresham, the first American to die in World War I, back behind the lines at Artols in Lorraine, France. Thomas Hair died in 1966. Jeremiah Hair served in the First Cavalry of Kentucky from 1861 to 1865. He fought at the Battle of Gettysburg, and his obituary said he was a friend to Gen. Ulysses Grant. He was invited to attend the 75th anniversary observance of Gettysburg, but was not able to attend. His son, Thomas, went in his place, and a commemorative medal for the occasion was found years later among Thomas' things. The scrapbooks devoted to Jeremiah's life and military service include microfilm copies of pay chits from the Union Army and letterhead for the Supreme Tribe of Ben Hur, a fraternal organization to which he belonged. He died at age 99 in 1940.

Halcott, Arthur N.
Arthur N. Halcott - Pueblo Chieftain – February 22, 1918 – The body of Arthur N. Halcott was forwarded yesterday morning by the United Undertaking Company to Des Moines, Ia., accompanied by the wife and sister.

Haldiman, Ruby Murray
Ruby Murray Haldiman - Pueblo Chieftain - June 22, 2008 - Ruby Murray Haldiman, 85, of La Veta, died on Friday, June 20, 2008. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 24, 2008, First Baptist Church of La Veta. Burial, La Veta Cemetery, La Veta.

Hale, Gloria
Gloria Hale - Pueblo Chieftain - December 20, 2012 - Gloria Hale, 73, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on Dec. 16, 2012. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Friday, Romero Chapel. Relatives and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following service.

Hale, Kelly G.
Kelly G. Hale - Pueblo Chieftain - August 23, 2009 - Kelly G. Hale, 32, of Canon City, born April 7, 1977, in Lamar, Colo., passed away Aug. 20, 2009, in Pueblo. Kelly was a loving father, a great husband and will be dearly missed. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 24, 2009, Living Word Foursquare Church, 1710 Mariposa Road, Canon City.

Hale, Mabel
Mabel Hale – Pueblo Chieftain – May 7, 1919 – Passed Away – Mrs. Mabel Hale, wife of H. M. Hill, telegraph operator at Portland station, died at the Graves Hospital at Canon City of tuberculosis after a lingering illness.

Hale, Ruthie
Ruthie Hale - Pueblo Chieftain - January 8, 2013 - Ruthie Hale, 85, passed away Jan. 6, 2013. Viewing, noon, Thursday at Imperial Funeral Home with Graveside service to follow at 1 p.m. at Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Hale, William M.
William M. Hale – Pueblo Chieftain – February 19, 1918 – Aged Man Found Dead in Room – William M. Hale, age 50 years, a man who has been employed about various dairies in the neighborhood of Pueblo for several years, yesterday morning was found dead in a room in the La Veta lodging house at 103 ½ Grand Ave. He was last seen alive by the landlady of the lodging house Saturday evening, when he seemed to be in his usual health. He was said to have been peculiar in his habits, and was known to have locked himself in his room on former occasions, and therefore no surprise was occasioned when he did not appear Sunday. But when he failed to leave his room yesterday morning the landlady became alarmed and called the police to investigate. Coroner Ray Taylor investigated the case and ordered the remains removed to the undertaking parlors of Davis-Vories. Little or nothing appears to be known regarding the relatives, if any, of the deceased. Pueblo Chieftain – February 23, 1918 – The funeral of William Hale was held from the Davis-Vories Chapel yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Rev. J. M. McKee had charge of the services. Mrs. Mahlon Saxton, accompanied by Miss Vesta Croes sang "Jesus, Lover of My Soul," and "Abide with Me." The pallbearers were R. E. Wilcoxson, E. G. Donnelly, Fred Waddell, Bert DeVoe, and P. K. Hudspeth. Interment was made in Roselawn Cemetery.

Haley, Bertha Francis
Bertha Francis (Skube) Haley - Pueblo Chieftain - November 29, 2011 - Bertha Francis (Skube) Haley, 97, of Pueblo, Colo., passed away Friday, Nov. 25, 2011. She was born Sept. 9, 1914, to Jacob and Matilda Skube of Pueblo. Bert was a member of Sacred Heart Cathedral, where she volunteered as a secretary and bookkeeper for more than 15 years. She then worked for Pueblo Social Services, retiring in 1974. She enjoyed traveling, spending time with her family, crafts, and trips to the casino. Bert married Sept. 9, 1940, and was preceded in death by her husband of 44 years, Bernard Haley. She is survived by her four children, Jack and his wife, Judy of Lawton, Okla.; Bob and his wife, Joan of Pueblo; Bernadette and her husband, Tom Ossola of Carbondale; and Bernie and his wife, Linda of Greeley; her 10 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. A celebration of her life will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 2, at St. Joseph Catholic Church of Blende. A reception will follow in the parish hall. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the hospice or charity of your choice.

Halgrimson, Syvert O.
Syvert O. "Swede" Halgrimson - Pueblo Chieftain - June 18, 2014 - Syvert O. “Swede” Halgrimson, 79, passed away due to a motorcycle accident on Friday, June 13, 2014. He was preceded in death by his second wife, Hazel J. Halgrimson. Swede is survived by his stepdaughter, Janet Myers (Henry “Hank” Wessel); step-grandson, Donald Dean Relaford; brother, Eugene Halgrimson; sister, Rose Schroeder; and birth children, Rose, Arlene, Wynona and Jacalyn. Swede loved to fish. He was the owner of Swede's Auto Repair Shop and worked for many years at Triplex. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Friday, June 20, 2014, at Imperial Chapel, with interment to follow. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Haling, Cora
Cora Haling – Pueblo Chieftain – November 18, 1918 – Cora Haling, age 17 years, died at the home of her parents, 2516 Spruce St., yesterday afternoon. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Haling, a sister and two brothers. Funeral announcement later by McMinn's. Pueblo Chieftain – November 19, 1918 – The funeral of Cora Haling will be held this morning at 9:30 from the McMinn Chapel. Rev. Father Bertram will conduct the services. Interment in Mountain View.

Haling, Marguerite
Marguerite (Renoux) Haling - Pueblo Chieftain - October 7, 2009 - Marguerite (Renoux) Haling passed away this past Sunday, Oct. 4, 2009. Marguerite was born in Pueblo on Nov. 22, 1920. She graduated from Pleasantview High School in 1938. She was married to Charles Haling and was a lifelong St. Charles Mesa resident. She was predeceased by her son, Charles G. Haling; and husband, Charles E. Haling. She is survived by her son, Kenneth Haling of Los Lunas, N.M.; her sisters, Lorraine Hall and Louise Renoux; and brother, Kenneth Renoux. Also surviving are grandchildren, Shawnna Haling, Dawn Haling, Trent Haling, Grant Haling, Avelon Haling and Kendra (Haling) Blanchard; and great-grandchildren, Brittany Haling, Matthew Leyerly, Devin Haling, Carlee Nunn, Jordan Wells and Ryan Wells. Graveside service, 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9, Roselawn Cemetery. Reception to follow at the home of Lorraine Hall, 2201-B Chatalet (Chatalet and Surfwood). In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the Sangre De Cristo Hospice House in Pueblo.

Haling, Virginia B.
Virginia B. Haling - Pueblo Chieftain - December 17, 2010 - Virginia B. Haling (nee Penaluna) passed away at home Dec. 14, 2010, after a long illness. Virginia was born April 16, 1915, in Spearville, Kan., to the union of Harold and Stella (Baird) Penaluna. She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 63 years, Edwin A. Haling. Virginia is survived by children, Jack (Lynne) Haling, Judy (Dick) Meyer; grandchildren, Randy, Sean (Tracy), Dave (Chun) Haling, Adrienne Meyer (fiancι, Eddy Romero); great-grandchildren, Alexis and Tyler Mathews and nephew, Steve (Adriana) Penaluna. Virginia was a graduate of Pueblo Central High School and was well known in Pueblo for her beautiful soprano voice. She was an active lifetime member of Northern Avenue Methodist Church, now Wesley United Methodist Church, Order of Eastern Star and Good Sam Club. A special thank you to Sangre de Cristo Hospice, especially Connie and Tammy. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 18, 2010, at Wesley United Methodist Church, 85 Stanford. Memorials may be given in Virginia's name to Wesley United Methodist Church. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Halko, Peter
Peter Allen Halko - Pueblo Chieftain - October 14, 2012 - Peter Allen Halko, 73, born May 15, 1939, in Brooklyn N.Y., passed away unexpectedly Oct. 9, 2012, in Rye, Colo. He was a retired auto assemblyman for General Motors. Peter served in the U.S. Army for 10 years. He was an avid long bow hunter; he enjoyed working with woods and building his cabin home in Rye, Colo. He also was a bow maker, and a clock maker, but most of all he enjoyed riding his Harley. His children and grandchildren were his heart. Predeceased by his parents, Allen and Ellen (Anderson) Halko; and brother-in-law, George Ruble. Survived by his beloved wife, Doris Jane (Ruble) Halko, Rye; children, David (Monica) Halko, Los Angeles, Calif., Denise (Terry) Halko, Bloomfield, Ky., Allen (Bernadette) Halko, Aurora, Colo., Janet (Richard) Haney, Woodsfield, Ohio; grandchildren, Roger, Amy, Danielle, Dustin, Natasha, Anthony, Chelsea, Erica, Kayla and Jacob; great-grandchildren, Selina, Michael, Emma, Kenny, Dustin Jr., Anthony, Arryannah, Chelssa Loralie, Logan and Alyvia; in-laws, Shirley (Jim) Barnes, Carol Hornbeck, Maxine Ruble, Margaret (Ange) Rotundo, Creed (Shiela) Ruble, Frank (Joann) Ruble, Art (Anna) Ruble, Sherry (Rick) Cabral, and Thomas (Loretta) Ruble; two nephews, Tommy and Amos Moore; other relatives and a host of friends. Visitation, noon to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Angelus Chapel. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Angelus Chapel. Interment, with full military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team, at Fort Lyons National Cemetery.

Hall, Albert A.
Albert A. Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - August 1, 2012 - Albert A. Hall, of Pueblo, Colo., died on July 28, 2012. He was the adoring husband of 72 years to Ruth, a strict but fair and loving father to Kathie (Dennison) and Connie (Skoglund) and an extravagant, fun, ideal spoiler of five grandkids and four great-grandkids. He was born on Aug. 7, 1916, in Avondale, Colo. He worked on his father's sugar beet farm, and later, worked for the CF&I, had his own real estate company, and his own insurance company. He was a champion gardener, hunted from horseback and fished every opportunity he got. He loved Blue Mesa, Rocky Ford cantaloupes, Olathe sweet corn, giving his friends a hard time and our grandmother. He learned to train hunting dogs from reading a book, taught his grandkids how to fish, hunt and ride horses. He water skied in cut-off jeans. He could manage most household and automotive emergencies as long as he had baling wire. He drove a hard bargain. We will miss the sincere interest he took in our lives, his big and easy laugh, his honesty and kindness. His tomatoes. Survived by his wife, Ruth; daughters, Kathie (Gary) Dennison and Connie Skoglund; grandchildren, Dawn (Tom Plant) Dennison, Doug (Veronica) Dennison, Jon Dennison, Todd (Tracie) Skoglund, Tonya (Taj) Yelton; great-grandchildren, Taylor, Erika, Ryan and Iain; sister, Betty Johnson; and numerous nieces and nephews. At his request, a private memorial service will be held at a later date. Donations may be made to the Joni Fair Hospice House or a charity of your choice.

Hall, Albert Harrison
Albert Harrison Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - August 29, 2013 - Albert Harrison Hall, 83, born Dec. 2, 1929, in McRoberts, Ky., passed to his heavenly home on Aug. 27, 2013. He moved to Pueblo as a teen and was employed by Public Service Co., where he retired after 36 years of service. Preceded in death by his wife, Violet Rose (Lile) Hall; daughter, Deborah K. (Dennis) Beach; sister, Joyce (Sam) Swain; brothers, Doug (Jeri) Hall and Frank (Phyllis) Hall. Survived by his daughter, Lynette (Terry) Haslinger; five grandchildren, Denise (Daniel) Wright, DeeAnna Homminga, Dawn (Marcos) Soto, Alina Haslinger, Nathan (Katy) Haslinger; and 10 great-grandchildren, Hannah, Daniel Junior and Amaris Wright, Lysa, Treavor and Kristin Homminga, Sebastian and Sergio Soto, Emma and Ethan Haslinger. Viewing for family and friends, 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, and funeral service, 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013, both at Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Hall, C. W. (Mother of)
Mother Hall – Pueblo Chieftain – May 28, 1919 – Mother Dies - Rev. C. W. Hall, pastor of the First M. E. Church, South, of this city, writes his wife here that his mother, died at the family home in Leander, Texas, Sunday last, after a lingering sickness. Mr. Hall was summoned to Leander several weeks ago by the announcement of his parent's sickness and he was with her until the last. He will return to Pueblo in time to hold services next Sunday, and he will be accompanied back by his sister, Miss Ida Hall, who will make her future home with her brother and family. Mr. Hall's father was called to his final rest within a day or 2 of the year before his mother's passing away.

Hall, Charles
Charles Hall – Pueblo Chieftain – September 25, 1918 – Charles Hall, age 69 years, prominent resident of Leadville, Colo., died at a local hospital yesterday afternoon. He leaves a son of Elkton, Colo. The body is being cared for by the United Undertaking Company, and the funeral will be announced later. Pueblo Chieftain – October 5, 1918 – The funeral of Charles Hall will be held this morning at 11 o'clock from the United Funeral Home. Services private. Interment will be in Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain – October 6, 1918 – The funeral of Charles Hall was held yesterday morning at 11 o'clock from the United Funeral Home. Services private. Interment was in Roselawn.

Hall, Charles E.
Charles E. "Chuck" Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - August 14, 2009 - Charles E. "Chuck" Hall was born in Welchburg, Ky., in 1937, to Edgar and Ida Hall. Chuck moved to Colorado and graduated from Rye High School. After high school, he enlisted in the United States Air Force. He was stationed in Germany. Following his return stateside, Chuck worked at the Colorado State Hospital, where he met and married his soulmate, Josephine Bonfiglio. Chuck would go on to work 26 years at Meadow Gold Dairy. Chuck was a family man who loved to tell stories and always had a good joke to share. He was an avid hunter and fisherman who truly enjoyed the outdoors. Chuck was preceded in death by his parents, Edgar and Ida Hall; and Josephine's parents, Joe and Jennie Bonfiglio; a sister, Dorothy Thompson; and a brother, Robert Chappelle, and sister-in-law, Frieda Hall. He is survived by his beloved wife, Josephine; his two sons, Joe (Angie) and Frank Hall; and his three grandchildren, Brandon, Zachary and Jennelle Hall; his two brothers, Leroy and Lawrence and Willie (Mae Hall); brother- in-law, Frank (RoseMarie) Bonfiglio; numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. We wish to thank his nurse, Barbara Hegarty, for all her care and support. Chuck was a gift to us and will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. Viewing, 3 to 7 p.m. today, Aug. 14, 2009, at the funeral home. Rosary, 10:30 a.m., and funeral Mass, 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 15, 2009, both at Shrine of St. Therese. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Arrangements under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hall, David Leroy
David Leroy Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - June 14, 2013 - David Leroy Hall, 65, passed away June 12, 2013. Survived by his loving wife, Judith; father, Eli Leroy Hall; loving father to Kevin (Sharon), Chris (Brenda), Davette (Ron) and Angel (Rob); brother, Don; and sister, Lois. He was adored by numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by his mother, Frieda M. Hall. Dave and Judi were married April 5, 1967. He retired from the Colorado and Wyoming Railroad as a switchman and engineer. He loved oil painting, hunting, fishing and camping. At his request, cremation with no services. Special thanks to the loving care given by Vince and Sam through Sangre de Cristo Hospice Services.

Hall, Dorothy Wood
Dorothy Wood Hall - Pueblo Indicator - January 11, 1930 - Capers Spur - Word was received from Horning, Oklahoma of the death there of Dorothy Wood Hall. Dorothy was raised in our neighborhood, and was a sweet dear little girl, and our sincere sympathy goes to the aged parents and other relatives who survive her. She was buried at Horning.

Hall, Edith L.
Edith L. Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - August 8, 2010 - Edith L. Hall, 82, loving mother, passed away Aug. 6, 2010, in Pueblo. Edith was born March 25, 1928 in Las Animas, Colo. She graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in social work. She was a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority. She was employed as the Social Services director for Pueblo Manor Nursing Home for many years. Edith enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren. Her survivors include her husband of 55 years, Ray; son, David (Ronda); son, Kenneth; daughter, Terry (David); brother, Bill (Luella) Marlman; grandchildren, Aaron, Camie, Nicholas, Anna and Mathew; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Cremation in the Davis Crematory. At her request, no service. Donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association.

Hall, Flora
Flora Hall – Pueblo Chieftain – June 10, 1918 – Flora, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hall, died in this city last evening. The funeral will be held this morning at 10 o'clock from the United Funeral Home. Interment will be in Mountain View. Pueblo Chieftain – June 11, 1918 – The funeral of Flora Hall was held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock from the United Funeral Home. Interment was in the family lot in Mountain View.

Hall, Florence
Florence "Topsy" Hall - Amarillo Globe Times - September 3, 2004 - Florence "Topsy" Hall, 69, of Amarillo died Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2004. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday in Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors Ivy Chapel, 2800 Paramount Blvd., with the Rev. Lowell Hall, pastor of Faith Baptist Church in Cushing, Okla., officiating. Burial will be private in Memory Gardens Cemetery. Mrs. Hall was born Dec. 18, 1934, in Lawton, Okla. She was preceded in death by her husband, Glen Hall. Survivors include two sons, Glen Evens Hall and wife, Peggy, of Amarillo and Dr. Jerry Hall of Dallas; two grandsons, Clint and Sergei Hall; two sisters, Naomi Heckman of Walsenburg, Colo., and Alice Wilson of Lockney; a brother, Wayne Stephens of Pampa; and multiple friends and relatives.

Hall, George
George Hall – Pueblo Chieftain – January 11, 1918 – George Hall, age 71 years, died at a local hospital last night. The body is at the McCarthy Undertaking Parlors and the funeral announcement will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain – January 14, 1918 – The remains of the late George R. Hall were forwarded yesterday by the McCarthy Undertaking Company to Dubuque, Colorado, for interment.

Hall, George R.
George R. Hall – Pueblo Chieftain – October 3, 1917 – George R. Hall, 59 years, died at a local hospital yesterday. Mr. Hall was proprietor of a large fire insurance agency in Denver, coming to Pueblo 15 days ago. He is survived by two brothers, M. D. Hall of Vandermont, Arkansas, and Cyrus J. Hall of Canton, Ohio. The remains are at Davis & Vories awaiting instructions from his brothers.

Hall, Georgia Irene
Georgia Irene (Thompson) Hall - Glenwood Post Independent - July 28, 2007 - Georgia Irene (Thompson) Hall of Grand Junction died July 24 at home July 24. She was 74. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, July 28, at the Callahan-Edfast Mortuary at 2 p.m. Inurnment will follow at the Orchard Mesa Cemetery. Georgie was born Nov. 17, 1932, in Grand Junction to George and Rose Mary (Walz) Thompson. Throughout her life, she lived in Grand Junction and Walsenburg before graduating from Montrose County High School in 1951.Georgie married Clarence Calvin Bill Hall on Dec. 14, 1950, in Grand Junction. He preceded her in death on Jan. 9, 1999. Georgie worked in the emergency room at St. Mary's Hospital as an EMT for many years. She was a member of the VFW Post 1247 Women's Auxiliary. Georgie loved putzin around her yard. She also was an avid outdoor sportswoman. She enjoyed Colorado's mountains and wrestled in many a trout. She was known to come home with a deer or an elk when she went hunting. Her son remembers an incident when she was in her 20s. She was cooking at hunting camp for his Uncle John Smith above Durango. She began to mount a horse and with one foot in the stirrup horse stepped on her other foot and she was stuck. Georgie is survived by her two sons, Clarence “Rusty” Hall of Denver and Richard Dick Hall of Littleton; seven grandchildren, Angel White, Andy Hall, Mindy Thomas, Kristina Garbo, Michael Hall, Justin Hall and Kylie Hall; and nine great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband, her son, Michael Dean Hall, preceded Georgie in death. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association. Arrangements are under the direction of Callahan-Edfast Mortuary.

Hall, Icy Faye
Icy Faye Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - January 15, 1967 - Mrs. Icy Faye Hall passed away in Vancouver, Wash., Jan 12. She was the mother of Mrs. Evelyn Wallace of 192 Harvard, Pueblo; Mrs. Magdeline Randolph, Ridgefield, Wash., and Tyler Persons of Vancouver, Wash. She was the stepmother of Marion Hall, Pueblo. She was the sister of Mrs. Fern Robinson and Mrs. Bonnie Shinneman, both of Clinton, Ill. She had six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Mrs. Hall was a longtime resident of Pueblo, moving to Washington two years ago. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.

Hall, Jack Burns
Jack Burns Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - March 7, 1993 - Jack Burns Hall passed away March 5, 1993. Husband of Lucille Hall, of the family home, and father of Kenneth L. Hall, of Pueblo. Survived also by a nephew, Robert J. Hall, and nieces, Vera White and Janet Robinson. Mr. Hall was a life-long Pueblo resident and a 1933 graduate of Central High School. Life member and Past Exalted Ruler of Pueblo Elks Lodge No. 31, AF&AM, Al Kaly Shrine and the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America Incorporated. He was an accomplished and pianist and was quite active in music circles in both Pueblo and Colorado Springs. Mr. Hall was one of the founders of Decibel Credit Union and he maintained an active interest in the Boy Scouts all his life and was the recipient of the Silver Beaver Award. Member of First United Methodist Church. Private family committal. The family respectfully requests the omission of food and flowers. Memorials may be made to the charity of your choice.

Hall, Jackie Jean
Jackie Jean Ganatta Hall - Pueblo Chieftain – November 10, 2013 – Jackie Jean Ganatta Hall passed away Oct. 22, 2013, at the age of 81. Jackie was born in Kentucky on Jan. 25, 1932. She was a beautician at her shop, Jacque's Coiffure and a bail bondsman at Ganatta's Bail Bonds in Colorado for many years. She had been in Oklahoma City since 1995, was a member of Mayridge Baptist Church and loved movies, music and traveling. Jackie was preceded in death by her parents; husbands, Pete Ganatta and Johnny Hall; and 11 sisters. She is survived by son, David Ganatta; and daughter, Angel Ganatta; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Donations may be made to Mayridge Baptist Church, 4617 S. May Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73110.

Hall, James
James Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - March 8, 2009 - James Hall, 87, passed away on March 4, 2009. Memorial service to be announced at a later date.

Hall, James A.
James A. Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - September 17, 1917 - James A. Hall, aged 61, of Howard, Colorado, died late last night at the home of his sister, Mrs. Sarah Lynn, 1309 East Evans Avenue. He came to Pueblo Friday to pay his sister a visit. He is survived by his sister and two sons, L. D. Hall of Utah and L. A. Hall of 1328 Stone Avenue, Pueblo. The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon.Pueblo Chieftain - September 18, 1917 - The funeral of James A. Hall will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home of his sister, Mrs. L. Lynn, 1309 East Evans Avenue. Rev. F. A. Hatch will conduct the services and the United Male Quartet will furnish the music. Interment in the family lot in Mountain View in charge of the United Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain - September 19, 1917 - The funeral of James A. Hall was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home of his sister, Mrs. L. Lynn, 1309 East Evans Avenue. Rev. F. A. Hatch conducted very impressive services. The United Male Quartet sand "God's Loving Hand," "Rock of Ages," and "Jesus Saviour Pilot Me." The flower bearers were Miss Mildred Anderson, Mrs. Jessie Fisher, Mrs. Mary Beacham, Mrs. Blanche Cook, and Mrs. Margaret McNally. The pall bearers were Eli Miller, George Kuhn, Henry Markeri, Herman Kuntlehr, Henry Lynn, and John Keast. Members of Pansy Circle, W. C. W. attended in a body and exemplified their ritualistic services at the grave. Interment in the family lot in Mountain View in charge of the United Undertaking Company.

Hall, James Newell Jr.
James Newell “Swamp” Hall Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - April 8, 2010 - James Newell “Swamp” Hall Jr., 89, passed away April 5, 2010. Survived by his son, Dr. James N. (Nancy) Hall III of Sheridan, Wyo.; grandchildren, Gretchen K. (Peter Solomon) Hall and Alberta S. (Douglas) Utech; and great- grandchildren, Sadie O. and Eliza B. Solomon. Preceded in death by his wife, Joan Roma Hall on July 20, 2001; and his parents, James N. and Theresia B. Hall. He was born June 9, 1920, in Denver, Colo. Newell graduated from Centennial High School in 1938, graduated from Pueblo Junior College in 1940 and received his bachelor's degree from the University of Wyoming in 1942. He served in the U.S. Navy during WWII. Newell worked for many years at Sam Jones Insurance Agency, culminating as president and chairman of the board. He was an avid sports fan. He officiated at high school and college football and basketball games for more than 25 years. In 1977, he was elected as the first non-active coach to the Colorado Coaches Hall of Fame. He was president and chairman of Pueblo Stadium Expansion Inc., now Dutch Clark Stadium, and was elected into the Greater Pueblo Sports Hall of Fame. He was a life member of Sigma Chi Fraternity at the University of Wyoming, Pueblo Lodge No. 17 AF&AM, Southern Colorado Consistory, potentate in 1984 of Al Kaly Shrine Temple, director of Pueblo Court No. 110, Royal Order of Jesters and was an active member or board member of many civic and service organizations in Pueblo. At his request, there will be no viewing or services. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

Hall, Jennie
Jennie Hall – Pueblo Chieftain – February 10, 1919 – Jennie Hall, age 47 years, died at a local hospital February 9. Funeral 1 p.m. today from Davis-Vories.

Hall, John
John Hall - Rocky Mountain News - March 15, 1889 - Points From Pueblo - Mr. John Hall, an old resident of Pueblo, died in the Sisters' hospital today. Mr. Hall has been a patient at the hospital for four years, suffering from paralysis. Deceased was the father of Mrs. Charles Otero.

Hall, John D.
John D. Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - July 14, 2010 - John D. Hall, 81, passed away July 11, 2010. He is survived by one daughter, Sandy (Gary) Crawford of Pueblo; one son, Greg (Debbie) Hall of Hutchinson, Kan.; grandchildren, Christie (Danny) Smith, Tonya (Brian) Lakes, Jeff Hall and Jim Hall; great- grandchildren, Blake Fowler-Smith, Trent Lakes and Jaden Lakes; two sisters, Doris Franks of Watonga, Okla., and Joann (Joe) Matli of Firestone, Colo. John was preceded in death by his parents, John D. Hall Sr. and Irene Hall of Watonga, Okla. John served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict as a paratrooper in the 188th Airborne Division. John lived and worked in Oklahoma until 1961. He and his family moved to Lamar, Colo., to own and operate Hall's Shoe Store. From 1968 on, he worked as a salesman in Lamar and Pueblo. He retired from Dammann Gas and Supply and belonged to the Elks Club for 27 years. Memorial service, 4 p.m. Friday, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel.

Hall, John V.
John V. Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - July 6, 2011 - John V. Hall, 85, passed away June 26, 2011, in Pueblo. Burial has taken place in Missouri. Service, 2 p.m. Saturday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel.

Hall, Kirk Ashley Jr.
Kirk Ashley Hall Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - February 3, 2013 - Kirk Ashley Hall Jr., 36, passed away Jan. 29, 2013. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Richard and Linda Quintana, and Jessie Hall. He is survived by his daughter, Tatum Maestas-Hall; Imogen Audrey; parents, Kirk Hall Sr. and Patsy (Bill) Atkinson; brother, Kevin Hall; sister, Brittany Torres; grandmother, Ramona Hall; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins; and best friend, Roy Maestas. Viewing, 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013, followed by the funeral service at 7 p.m., both to be held at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hall, Korae Leedette
Korae Leedette Hall - Amarillo Globe News - January 19, 2009 - Korae Leedette Hall, 35, died Friday, January 16, 2009, in Trinidad. She was born Feb. 12, 1973 in Clayton, N.M., to Tim Donnelly and Bonnie (Gilbert) Donnelly. She lived most of her life around the Clayton area, attending school in Felt, Okla., and in Clayton and Des Moines, N.M. She graduated from West Texas University in Canyon, Texas, with a B.A. in Elementary Education and taught school in Dalhart, Texas, for four years until she received an opportunity to teach in Raton, where she taught for the last eight years at Kearny Elementary School. She was a wonderful teacher. Korae married Brad Hall on June 28, 2008 in Raton and they resided on a ranch 20 miles from Trinidad. Korae was a wonderful mom, wife, daughter, sister and friend. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Harold and Eulalee Gilbert, her paternal grandparents, John A. And Bernadette B. Donnelly and by two uncles, Bennie Gilbert and Clifford Gilbert. She is survived by her husband Brad Hall of Trinidad; four children: Quinton Seaton of Mineral Wells, Texas, Koler Ray Seaton of Trinidad, and Tyler Hall and Emily Hall, both of Scott City, Kan.; two sisters: Sarra Lopez and her husband Travis of Clayton and Kristen Donnelly of Albuquerque, N.M.; one nephew, Trevin Lopez of Clayton; one aunt, Marie Hart of Pueblo; and by her maternal step-grandmother, Jean Gilbert of Clayton. Rosary was recited Jan. 19 and Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 20, at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Clayton by Fr. John Shedlock. Burial will follow in the Clayton Memorial Cemetery by Hass Funeral Directors of Clayton. Please visit www.hassfuneralhome.com to view the online obituary and sign the guest book. The family suggests that memorials be made to the Benny Gilbert Memorial Scholarship fund.

Hall, Lorraine
Lorraine Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - July 20, 2010 - Lorraine Hall, born Aug. 30, 1926, at home in Avondale, Colo., to Lucien and Minnie Renoux; passed away July 18, 2010. Lorraine graduated from Pleasantview High School in 1944. She married Frederick Hall on June 12, 1948; and they eventually moved to Rye, where they resided for 40 years. They were members of the Rye Home Methodist Church. Lorraine was preceded in death by infant son, Keith H. Hall, in 1951; husband, Frederick, in 1998; and sister, Marguerite, in 2009. She is survived by sons, Rick of Pueblo, and Dwayne of Parachute, Colo.; granddaughters, Andrea of St. Charles, Mo., and Taylor of Rye; sister, Louise of Denver; brother, Kenneth of Pueblo; and best friend and sister-in-law, Phyllis Crawford. She was especially close to all of her nephews, nieces, as well as great-nephews and great-nieces. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Sonrise Methodist Church, where she had been a member for many years since moving to the Pueblo area. Memorial Service, 2 p.m. Thursday, July 22, 2010, Sonrise Methodist Church. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hall, M. Jeanne
M. Jeanne Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - March 21, 2007 - M. Jeanne Hall. Born on Aug. 14, 1939, in Disappointment Creek, Colo., passed away on March 15, 2007, in Pueblo, Colo. Preceded in death by husband, Vernon; parents, Jesse and Opal; brother, Jesse; sisters, Vera and Nina. Although she was never a birth mother, she was mother to Linda, Lloyd (Charlene) and Jim (Bridget); grandmother of Tiffany, Cassie, Crystal, Amanda (Kreg), Matthew, Brett, Kenny, Rebecca (John) and Dawn (Brian); great-grandmother of Kevin, Justin, Jimmy, Sierra, Shane, Zach, Garrett, Nick, Brooke, Wade, Shelby and Zachary. Survived by brother, Bill; sister, Iona; and sisters-in-law, Millie and Lorraine. She also leaves behind numerous nieces and nephews; good friends, Pat, Dick, Kim (John), Kaila, Krysta, Joshua, Ambria, Mikel, Patti, Sean, Jared, Adam, Rick (Cindy), Savanah, Shannon (Sam). Memorial service, 10 a.m. Friday, March 23, King of Kings Lutheran, 2561 Vinewood. In lieu of flowers and food, donations may be made in her honor to the Susan Koman Cancer Foundation.

Hall, Marie
Marie Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - December 16, 2012 - Marie Hall, 92, passed after a short illness, in Pueblo. She was born in La Junta to Lawrence and Della (Sumpter) Sears on Aug. 23, 1920. She attended La Junta schools and graduated from La Junta High School, Class of 1938. She married C. Robert "Bob" Hall in La Junta on March 23, 1941; he preceded her in death on Oct. 30, 1984. Marie was an active member of the Beulah Methodist Church, PEO Chapter FW of Pueblo, Beulah Bells and the Beulah Friday Bridge Bunch. Her pleasures were fishing and motor coaching with her husband, playing bridge, volunteering at the Pueblo VA Clinic, reading, cooking and hosting holiday dinners. Her passion was collecting antique fiesta ware. Marie is survived by her daughter, Robin (Glen) Moritz of Pueblo; and son, Jim (Rugena) Hall of Topeka, Kan.; eight grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by parents, Lawrence and Della Sears; husband, Bob Hall; and brothers, Floyd Sears and Edward Sears. Memorial service, 10:30 a.m., March 23, 2013, at the Beulah Methodist Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Marie's name, to the Beulah Methodist Church, 5903 Pennsylvania Ave., Beulah, Colo., 81023, or to the Pueblo Animal Shelter, 4600 Eagleridge Place, Pueblo, 81008.

Hall, Mildred Ruth
Mildred "Ruth" Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - July 31, 2013 - Mildred "Ruth" Hall, Jan. 17, 1922 - July 27, 2013. She was 91. Ruth met Al at a baseball game in Avondale. He was playing…she was watching. After the game, he took her home and a few months later they married. It was true love that lasted 72 years until his death a year ago. She was a gifted storyteller, a natural entertainer, a great listener, a world class pie baker. She never turned down a chance to travel, play the slots or try something new. She managed Al's real estate office and volunteered helping others for many years. Ruth loved feeding family and friends and cooked from the heart. Her pies, cakes and chicken and noodles are legendary. She hated fish, but spent most summer weekends on a lake with a fishing rod in her hands. She could out-fish her husband, bait her grandkids' hooks, kill, clean and cook a Blue Mesa Kokanee salmon better than any restaurant. She took up crocheting in her 50s and made beautiful Afghans, many of them Colorado State Fair award winners. She loved crossword puzzles, the Broncos and was a darn good oil painter. Ruth was kind and fair and fun to be around; but mostly she adored her family and would do anything for us. She never complained and when life handed her lemons, she made lemon pie. She has left a huge hole in our hearts. Ruth is survived by her daughters, Kathie (Gary) Dennison, Connie Skoglund; grandchildren, Dawn Dennison (Tom Plant), Jon Dennison, Doug (Veronica) Dennison, Todd (Tracie) Skoglund, Tonya (Taj) Yelton and great-grandchildren, Iain, Taylor, Erika and Ryan. Thank you to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice for its compassion and care. At her request, there will be no services. Donations may be made to hospice or a charity of your choice.

Hall, Ray O.
Ray O. Hall - Findagrave.com: Pvt. Ray O. Hall, Birth: unknown; Death: Oct. 4, 1918; Note: Entered the service from Colorado. Burial: Suresnes American Cemetery and Memorial, Suresnes, Departement des Hauts-de-Seine, Ξle-de-France, France

Hall, Raymond L.
Pvt. Raymond L. Hall - Findagrave.com - Birth: unknown, Death: Dec. 11, 1918, Note: Entered service from Colorado. Burial: Saint Mihiel American Cemetery and Memorial, Thiaucourt-Regnieville, Departement de Meurthe-et-Moselle, Lorraine, France

Hall, Richard Glenn
Richard Glenn Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - November 5, 2011 - Richard Glenn Hall, 85, of Pueblo, passed away at his home on Nov. 3, 2011. He was surrounded by his loving family. Richard was preceded in death by Rae, his wife of 30 years. He is survived by his children, Charlie (Delene) Hall and Tammy (Mark) Johnson; five grandchildren, Charlie Jr. (Jessica), Nick (Pam), Chris, Katie (Larry) Rice and Jeremy (Kristi) Johnson; and nine great-grandchildren. Richard requested that he not be given a funeral. However, his family will be holding a small reception at his home in Pueblo West at 5 p.m. today, Nov. 5, 2011, to celebrate his life. He will be cremated and his ashes will be spread with those of his wife. Together once again, their souls will fly off into the wild, blue yonder, climbing high into the sun.

Hall, Ronald Lee
Ronald Lee Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - May 5, 2013 - Ronald Lee Hall, 63, lifetime Puebloan, passed away May 1, 2013. At his request, cremation. No formal services.

Hall, Shane
Shane Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - June 2, 2010 - Shane Hall, 37, died peacefully at his sister's home surrounded by family and friends. Shane was a loyal friend, lived tough, and taught us to squeeze the most from our time together. Celebration of Life, 2 p.m. Friday, June 4, 2010, Roselawn Funeral Home Chapel. Please feel free to visit Shane's Facebook and leave a post.

Hall, Stanley D.
Stanley D. "Stan" Hall - Florida Times-Union - September 28, 2010 - Stanley "Stan" D. Hall, 90, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, September 22, 2010. Born in Trinidad, CO on November 23, 1919. He attended business school at both University of Colorado and University of Texas. He began flying with the old Army Air Corps, one year before the starting of WW II and was discharged after the war by U.S. Air Force as a Maj. He flew reconnaissance missions over Germany in a B-17, later flew with Pan American Air Lines for five years after the war. He was a past member of Mandarin Presbyterian Church, South Jacksonville Rotary Club, Southside Businessman's Club, San Jose Country Club, Ponte Vedra Country Club, University Club, Gator Bowl Committee, Masonic Lodge #159, a former owner and Administrator of Miller Memorial Clinic and 21 years as Securities and Insurance Agent with Massachusetts Mutual. Memorial services will be held 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, September 28, 2010 in the Chapel of Hardage-Giddens Mandarin Chapel 11801 San Jose Blvd. Arrangements by Hardage-Giddens Town and Country Funeral Home 7242 Normandy Blvd. Family requested in lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1430 Prudential Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32207.

Hall, T.
T. Hall – Pueblo Chieftain – June 4, 1921 – Flood Extra – The largest flood visiting Pueblo since Decoration Day 1894 gutted the business and wholesale business districts of the city last night and early this mourning.  More than a score of lives were reported lost when both the Missouri Pacific and the Denver and Rio Grande passenger trains were swept into the river near Nuckolls Packing company last night.  Many others were reported dead. Scores of persons were caught as the rushing torrents in the lead of the flood swept around Fourth Street and down Main.  Most of them escaped by climbing out the second stories of the buildings… The following information was obtained by the Chieftain representative as authentic at 3 p.m. Monday, afternoon of bodies in the morgues of the city:  At United Davis-Vories Southside: T. Hall, colored, D &R G porter. Colorado Springs Gazette – June 8, 1921 – Forty-Two Bodies in Pueblo Morgues – Five Additional Today; Several Died of Natural Causes, Says J. W. Pressy, in Charge of Identification – Pueblo, June 7 – Forty-two bodies of flood victims were in the morgues of the city tonight. Five additional bodies were recovered and one of the unidentified bodies was identified… The official list of dead follows: … T. Hall, Pullman conductor D. & R. G… None of the 31 (?) recovered bodies between Pueblo and Boone reported last night by the rangers are included in this list. Likewise it does not contain the names of persons merely believed to have perished. Only bodies actually in the three morgues that are in operation are included. Estimates of the deaths last night included 10 bodies reported to have been recovered on the St. Charles Mesa and a number of bodies not yet recovered but declared by searching parties to have been located under water and debris which made their removal impossible. Ray McCarthy, acting coroner, announced today that no inquests would be held over the bodies of the flood victims. "The flood was an act of God. No inquest is needed to determine that," he said.

Hall, William Andrew
William Andrew Hall – Pueblo Chieftain – June 15, 1919 – William Andrew Hall, age 37 years, died at Cheyenne, Wyoming, June 12. The body was received in this city by the Whiton Mortuary and the funeral will be held at the residence of his mother, Mrs. B. F. Kelly, 1531 Berkeley Ave., Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. J. P. Watson will conduct the services and the burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery.

Hall, William H.
William H. Hall - Pueblo Chieftain - November 24, 2011 - William H. Hall, 79, passed away Nov. 22, 2011. Survived by his wife of 58 years, Betty M. Hall; children, Bart (Cindy) Hall of Florence, Kathryn Hall of Denver, Kevin Hall, Renee Elwell, J.R. (Cheryl) Hall and Robert (Melissa) Hall, all of Pueblo; grandchildren, Jean Langford, Katie, Jerry and Jimmy Hall, Seth and Shane Urban, Jason Lynch, Mary, Justin and Jessica Hall, Miles Hall, Andrew and Justin Mehan and Elizabeth Leyba; and four great-grandchildren. William was born to Henry and Wilma Hall on Dec. 1, 1931, in Pineville, Mo. He and Betty were married on July 26, 1953, in Benton, Mo. William had a long and varied career in economic industrial development in Missouri, Iowa and Colorado. He and Betty settled in Pueblo, where he chose to retire. During his retirement years, he also enjoyed working at the Pueblo Mall. He was a member of Belmont Church of the Nazarene and a former member of the Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011, at Belmont Church of the Nazarene, 1702 Bonforte Blvd., with Pastor Bob Simms officiating. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to Pueblo Animal Services through the funeral home.

Hallatt, Eliza
Eliza Hallatt – Pueblo Chieftain – January 6, 1917 – Resident of Pueblo for 20 Years Dead – Mrs. Eliza Hallatt, age 72 years, resident of Pueblo for 20 years and a resident of the state for the last 36 years, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. E. Calhoun, 1326 Spruce St. Mrs. Hallatt came to Colo. in 1880 residing at Denver for 16 years, moving from that city to Pueblo where she has continuously resided. She was a member of the Northern Avenue M. E. Church and held in high esteem by all who had made her acquaintance. Those who survive her are 3 daughters, Mrs. Ellen Easton of Olathe, Colo., Mrs. C. S. Newberry of Denver, Mrs. Calhoun of Pueblo, and 3 sons, George Hallatt of Kearnes, Texas; John A. Hallatt of Las Animas, Colo., and Herbert Hallatt of 1819 Spruce St., this city. The funeral services will be held from the Davis-Vories Chapel Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. The vocal selections will be given by the Davis-Vories quartet. Interment will be in Roselawn Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain - January 7, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Eliza Hallatt will take place this morning at 10:00 o'clock from Davis & Vories Chapel. Rev. W. M. Lennox will conduct the service. Interment will be in Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain - January 8, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Eliza Hallatt was held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock from Davis-Vories Chapel. Rev. W. M. Lennox conducted the service. The Davis-Vories Quartet sang "Lead Kindly Light," "Rock of Ages," and "Going Down the Valley." The pall bearers were John Sweeney, Pete Hughes, James Cromer, Henry Markert, Grif. Thomas, and Mike Powers. Interment was beside the husband of the deceased in Roselawn.

Halle, Henry F.
Henry F. Halle - The Daily Inter Ocean (Chicago, Illinois) - October 11, 1892 - Henry F. Halle Dead - Henry F. Halle, oldest son of E. G. Halle, Western Manager of the Germania, of New York, died at Pueblo, Col., Saturday evening, of quick consumption. He had been in the employ of the company for some time, working up from office boy to Superintendent of the Map Department, until a year ago, when his health failed, and he was forced to travel through the West.

Hallet, Bert (Mother of)
Mother of Bert Hallet – Pueblo Chieftain – January 29, 1917 – Despondent Man with Revolver Fails in an Attempt on Own Life – Bert Hallet, 35, "Loses Nerve" and Moves Muzzle of Weapon from Heart, Sending Bullet into His Breast – Will Live – The death of his mother, a week ago, which left him alone in the world, prompted Bert Hallet, 35, of 1819 Pine St., to make a futile attempt to end his life by shooting himself through the chest early last evening. He is at Minnequa hospital where it is announced he will recover. The bullet passed thru the fleshy part of the shoulder inflicting a slight wound. Hallet says he was desponding and it. Hallet explained his action to the police with the statement that his mother's death had left him alone and he did not care to live. He is unmarried and had made his home with his parent. Missing the love and companionship that had always been his, he quickly developed a state of despondency. Returning from his work at the steel works yesterday afternoon he went to his room at prepared to take his life. His plans, if carried out, would have resulted in his death with a motive unexplained as he left no note. Seating himself on the edge of the bed he placed a revolver to his breast and pulled the trigger. In explaining his actions to the police later he said he was sorry he had not killed himself but added that his nerve had faltered as he discharged the gun, causing him to slip the muzzle a few inches from his heart. He pleaded for a chance, however, to be allowed to "complete the job" of self-destruction after the wound had been dressed at the Minnequa Hospital.

Halley, Barry G. Sr.
Barry G. Halley Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - March 28, 2010 - Barry G. Halley Sr., 46, departed this life on March 23, 2010, after a long battle with cancer with family by his side. He is survived by his children, Montie, Mandi and Barry Halley Jr.; parents, Julia (Pat) Minor and Billy Halley; siblings, Suzie Christian, Crystal (Mike) Solano, Bob Halley, Buffy Stotler, Pat R. Miner and Mike Miner; and several nieces and nephews. Barry enjoyed spending time with his dog, Dale, and riding his Harley. His hobbies included stock car racing No. 11 and watching NASCAR. Barry will be remembered for his sense of humor and continued perseverance. Special thanks to his sister, Crystal; and niece, Jennifer. As per his request, cremation has taken place with a private service to follow.

Halliwell, Ethel
Ethel Halliwell – Pueblo Chieftain – September 14, 1919 – Ethel Halliwell, age one year, died at Undercliffe, Colo., September 13. Funeral this afternoon in charge of Whiton's.

Halsey, Charles E.
Charles E. Halsey - Pueblo Chieftain - June 20, 1917 - Charles E. Halsey Dies - Had Lived in Pueblo for 35 Years and Was Well Known Cattleman - Charles E. Halsey, aged 54 years, died at a local hospital last evening. Mr. Halsey had lived in Pueblo for the past 35 years, and was one of the best known cattle men in southern Colorado. He was injured more than five years ago when jumping from a horse and has been a sufferer ever since. The body is being cared for at the Whiton Mortuary and the time of the funeral will be announced later. He is survived by his brother, John H. Halsey, 1019 East Ninth Street. Pueblo Chieftain - June 21, 1917 - The funeral of Charles E. Halsey will be held at the Whiton Mortuary this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Rev. Theodore B. Tyre will conduct the services and the interment will be in the family lot in Roselawn Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain - June 22, 1917 - The funeral of Charles E. Halsey was held at the Whiton Chapel yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Rev. Theodore B. Tyre, pastor of the Bethel Methodist Church, conducted the services and Mrs. Henry Minnick and Mrs. C. C. White, accompanied by Miss Mary Tyre, sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "Does Jesus Care." The pall bearers were Will Kearney, J. W. Hess, A. S. McKennon, W. H. Smith, O. G. Smith, and Harry Ginther. The interment was in the family lot in Roselawn Cemetery.

Halsey, Howard Eugene
Howard Eugene Halsey - Pueblo Chieftain - September 14, 2010 - Howard Eugene Halsey, 63, passed away Sept. 9, 2010. Survived by his sister, Connie (nee Halsey) (Charles) Neeley of Colorado City; and aunt, Becky Gunther of Clemmons, N.C. Preceded in death by his parents, Onnie and Wanda Halsey and brother, Steven Halsey. Howard was born July 15, 1947, in Palmer, Tenn. He graduated from Glenwood Springs High School and earned a Master's degree at C.U. Boulder. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. He was very proud of his commission to Second Lieutenant. Viewing, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. today in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Interment, 1 p.m. Thursday at Fort Lyon National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, 875 N. Randolph St., Ste. 225, Arlington, VA 22203.

Halsey, Mary Letty
Mary Letty Halsey - Grand Junction Daily Sentinel - July 15, 2010 - Mary Letty Halsey July 2, 1929 July 10, 2010 Mary Letty Halsey was born in Pictou, Colorado on July 2, 1929 to Ernest and Mary Ercelle Johnson. She passed away peacefully at Eagle Ridge of Grand Valley on July 10, 2010 at the age of 81. Her family moved to Boulder when she was a child. Siblings included Margie Casford (deceased), Charles (deceased), Ernest (deceased), and William Walton Johnson who lives in Auburn, California. She graduated from Boulder High and began attending college classes at CU, but she stopped to care for her ailing mother. On July 2, 1949 she married Wayne Halsey (deceased 2006). They raised three sons, Wayne Jr., Ron (deceased) and Greg (married to Donna). The family moved to Grand Junction in 1955 where Mary worked at Mountain Bell for many years and at the family business, Ute Engines Inc. Mary resigned from Mountain Bell in order to care for and assist Ron when he became a quadriplegic due to a high school wrestling accident. She assisted Ron with his work and civic projects for over 30 years until he passed away in 1998. She was active in the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) until her health began to fail. Other interests included reading, genealogy, cross stitch, and various crafts. She will be greatly missed. Memorial contributions may be made to either the Ron Halsey Memorial Scholarship at Mesa State College Foundation, P.O. Box 3692 Grand Junction 81502, or Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado 3090B North 12th Street, Grand Junction, Colorado 81506. A memorial service will be held at Martin Mortuary on Tuesday, July 20th at 1:30 p.m.

Halsey, Susan J.
Susan J. Halsey - Pueblo Chieftain - September 5, 2009 - Susan J. Halsey, 57, passed away Sept. 1, 2009. Survived by her daughters, Katrina Halsey of Denver and Miki Michelle Lynn Halsey of Pueblo; parents, Edward and Alma Halsey of Dayton, Ohio; siblings, William (Linda) Halsey, Karen (Terry) Cole, Pat (Earl) Lutz, Vickie Vance, James (Brenda) Halsey; and Judy Hensley, all of the Dayton, Ohio, area; numerous nieces and nephews. Susan was born July 1, 1952, in Dayton, Ohio. She served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War and Desert Storm. She was a physician assistant with Parkview Medical Center. When she was a member of Sacred Heart Cathedral, she sang in the choir. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. The family will receive friends from 4 to 6 p.m. Monday, followed by the rosary at 6 p.m. in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Memorial Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, 11th and Grand, with the Rev. Father William Gleeson as celebrant, concluding with military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Pueblo Suicide Prevention, through the funeral home.

Halsey, Wanda Elizabeth
Wanda Elizabeth Halsey - Pueblo Chieftain - April 20, 2008 - Wanda Elizabeth Halsey, 77, died peacefully in her sleep at home in Pueblo, Colo., on Sunday, April 13, 2008. She was born in Palmer, Tenn., on Nov. 27, 1930, to Frank and Annie Rankin. Wanda devoted her life to her family and friends. She loved bingo, road trips and the many close friendships she had made throughout her lifetime. She is survived by her son, Howard E. Halsey of Buffalo, Wyo.; daughter, Connie (Charles) Neeley of Colorado City, Colo.; sister, Rebecca (Sidney) Gunter of Clemmons, N.C.; niece, Beth (Duane) Woods; grandniece, Sydney Woods of Lexington, N.C.; aunts, Elizabeth Patterson of Green Briar, Tenn., Christine (Allan) Crisp of Tracee City, Tenn., and Zora (Vernon) Johnson of Gruetli-Laager, Tenn.; and uncle, Paul Rankin of Sun City West, Ariz. Wanda was preceded in death by her husband, Onnie Lee Halsey; son, Steven Michael Halsey; her parents, Frank and Annie Rankin; and sister, Joann Rankin. A memorial is pending at the Sheridan VA Medical Center Chapel in Sheridan, Wyo. In lieu of flowers, preferred are charitable donations in Wanda's name to the American Lung Association, through the funeral home.

Halter, Paul Leroy
Paul Leroy Halter - Pueblo Chieftain - October 3, 2009 - Paul Leroy Halter, 85, Truth or Consequences, N.M., formerly of Pueblo, Sept. 22. Kirikos Family Funeral Home.

Halterman, Lester L.
Lester L. Halterman - Pueblo Chieftain - July 28, 2013 - Lester L. Halterman, 89, passed away July 25, 2013. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, July 31, 2013, Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Halverson, Clifford Dean Sr.
Clifford Dean Halverson Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - May 28, 2014 - Clifford Dean Halverson Sr., 76, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on May 23, 2014. Clifford is survived by his wife, Marilyn; three children; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Friday, Pueblo West Funeral Home.

Ham, Richard Kevin
Richard Kevin Ham - Loveland Daily Reporter-Herald - October 3, 2004 - Richard Kevin Ham, 52, of Loveland died Sept. 29, 2004, at Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins. He was born Nov. 10, 1951, in Auburn, Neb., to Robert and Velma Ham. He grew up in Nebraska, then traveled all over the United States as a carpenter and builder. He once worked on the Twin Towers in New York City. He came to Colorado in the early 1980s and settled in Loveland in 1985. He married Geneva Jaquez on Dec. 23, 1996, in Fort Collins; it was a second marriage for each. In his free time, Mr. Ham was an artist who also liked to fish and camp in the mountains, play the guitar, and sing country western music. He also played the piano and had been compared to Jerry Lee Lewis. He is survived by his wife, Geneva, of Loveland; his parents, Bob and Velma Ham of Loveland; two sons, Robert Allen (and Carol Ann) Ham of Loveland and Kevin Lee (and Gail) Ham of Nicholasville, Ky.; a daughter, Tammy Sue (and Erick) White of Trinidad, Colo.; three stepsons, Shawn Williams of Fort Collins and Martin and Daniel Williams of Loveland; 18 grandchildren; and siblings Roberta Brewer of Lincoln, Neb., Roma Egger Ham of Bettendorf, Iowa, Octie Lee Ham of Lake Orion, Mich., and Linda Mele of Uxbridge, Mass. Memorial services will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Valley Assembly of God Church, 186 S. Wilson Ave., Loveland. Goes Funeral Care in Fort Collins, 482-2221, is handling arrangements.

Ham, Shirley Mae
Shirley Mae (McDowell) Ham - Pueblo Chieftain - October 23, 2012 - Shirley Mae (McDowell) Ham, 82, passed away at her home in Pueblo, on Oct. 21, 2012. Preceded in death by her parents, Ray and Lucille McDowell; brothers, Gerald and William; and sister-in-law, Marlene McDowell. Survived by her beloved husband of 64 years, Elvin “Bud”; son, Rod (Kember); grandson, Nicholas; great-granddaughter, Kylie; son, Rick (Patti); granddaughter, Jeni (Joey) Menegatti; great-granddaughter, Bella; granddaughter, Joni (Sam) Melendrez; great-grandson, Sammy; grandson, Joey (Kristen) Ham; brother, Gordon McDowell; sisters, Carole (J.A.) Carmack and Elaine (Raymond) Nation; sister-in-law, Glada McDowell; friends, Patty (Larry) Saindon, Joyce Rupp; and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Viewing, 1 p.m. followed by funeral service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice through the funeral home.

Hamann, Frederick
Frederick Hamann - Pueblo Chieftain - April 25, 1917 - The remains of Frederick Hamann are being held at the Davis-Vories parlors, while every effort is being made to locate any relatives. [Editor's Note: Fred Hamann was buried May 2, 1917 in Roselawn Cemetery, age 45.]

Hambelton, Isabella
Isabella Hambelton – Pueblo Chieftain – September 2, 1919 – Isabella Hambelton, age 72 years, died September 1 at 216 Bradford. Body at McCarthy's. Pueblo Chieftain – September 4, 1919 – The funeral of Isabel Hambelton will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence, 216 Bradford St. Rev. O. S. Reed will conduct the services. Interment in the family plot in Mountain View in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Co. Pueblo Chieftain – September 5, 1919 – The funeral of Mrs. Isabella Hambelton which was postponed, will be held today at 2 o'clock from the residence, 216 Bradford St. Rev. G. H. Bassett will conduct services. Burial in family lot in Mountain View in charge of McCarthy. Pueblo Chieftain – September 6, 1919 – The funeral of Mrs. Isabella Hambelton was held yesterday at 2 o'clock from the residence, 216 Bradford St. Rev. G. H. Bassett conducted services. The McCarthy choir sang "Lead, Kindly Light," "Rock of Ages," and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." Burial in family lot in Mountain View in charge of McCarthy.

Hamby, John
John Hamby - Pueblo Chieftain - June 20, 1917 - John Hamby, aged 36 years, died at 109 West Abriendo Avenue. The body is being cared for at the Whiton Mortuary and will be shipped this afternoon to Neosho, Mo., for interment accompanied by the widow and little son. Pueblo Chieftain - June 21, 1917 - The remains of John Hamby were shipped by the Whiton Mortuary yesterday afternoon to Neosho, Mo., accompanied by the widow and son.

Hamer, Lavern Leroy
Lavern Leroy Hamer - Pueblo Chieftain - January 24, 2010 - Lavern Leroy Hamer, 84, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on Jan. 20, 2010. At his request cremation has taken place. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Monday, Romero Chapel. Military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual team.

Hames, E. C.
E. C. Hames – Pueblo Chieftain – June 4, 1921 – Flood Extra – The largest flood visiting Pueblo since Decoration Day 1894 gutted the business and wholesale business districts of the city last night and early this mourning.  More than a score of lives were reported lost when both the Missouri Pacific and the Denver and Rio Grande passenger trains were swept into the river near Nuckolls Packing company last night.  Many others were reported dead. Scores of persons were caught as the rushing torrents in the lead of the flood swept around Fourth Street and down Main.  Most of them escaped by climbing out the second stories of the buildings… The following information was obtained by the Chieftain representative as authentic at 3 p.m. Monday, afternoon of bodies in the morgues of the city:  At United Davis-Vories Southside: E.C. Hanes, 36, identified by Pullman receipt to Glenwood Springs. Colorado Springs Gazette – June 8, 1921 – Forty-Two Bodies in Pueblo Morgues – Five Additional Today; Several Died of Natural Causes, Says J. W. Pressy, in Charge of Identification – Pueblo, June 7 – Forty-two bodies of flood victims were in the morgues of the city tonight. Five additional bodies were recovered and one of the unidentified bodies was identified… The official list of dead follows: … E. C. Hames, previously reported as unidentified … None of the 31 (?) recovered bodies between Pueblo and Boone reported last night by the rangers are included in this list. Likewise it does not contain the names of persons merely believed to have perished. Only bodies actually in the three morgues that are in operation are included. Estimates of the deaths last night included 10 bodies reported to have been recovered on the St. Charles Mesa and a number of bodies not yet recovered but declared by searching parties to have been located under water and debris which made their removal impossible. Ray McCarthy, acting coroner, announced today that no inquests would be held over the bodies of the flood victims. "The flood was an act of God. No inquest is needed to determine that," he said.

Hamill, Hugh
Hugh Hamill – Pueblo Chieftain – December 1, 1918 – Hugh Hamill Dies of Accident in London – News has just reached the city of the death of Hugh Hamill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Y. Hamill, 809 Beulah Ave., which occurred in London, November 10. His death was result of injuries sustained in an aero accident a short time before. Hamill belonged to the 321st Aero Service Squadron. He is survived beside his parents, by sister, Margaret, who is attached to base hospital No. 29, in London, and a brother Ralph, now in the Army service on the Mexican border. [Editor's Note: Memorial in Mountain View Cemetery Pueblo, Colo. (not buried here memorial only) H. H. Hamill, Birth March 15, 1900; Death November 11, 1918; Eastbourne, East Sussex, England. Memorial reads Brookwood American Cemetery, Eastbourne, Sussex, England.]

Hamilton, Columbus
Columbus Hamilton – Pueblo Chieftain – December 28, 1917 – Aged Pioneer of Colorado Is Dead – Columbus Hamilton, one of the pioneers of Colorado, died last night at the home of his daughter, Mrs. F. E. Christie at Lime. He was 82 years old and had lived in Colorado for 60 years. At one time he conducted a bakery in Pueblo in a building on the site now occupied by the Oxford Hotel. He traded that property for a team of oxen and entered the free teen business between Leadville in Denver. Later he settled at Cotopaxi and lived there for many years. The deceased has been a resident of Pueblo County since August. Besides his daughter, he is survived by one son, George, residing near Seattle, Washington. The funeral will be held at the home of the daughter at Lime Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. The body will then be brought to Pueblo and sent to Cotopaxi for interment under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain - December 29, 1917 - The funeral of Columbus Hamilton who died at the residence of his daughter, Mr. F. E. Christie, at Lime, Colo., will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at the home of his daughter in Lime. The body will then be brought to Pueblo and forwarded to Cotopaxi for interment under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain – December 31, 1917 – Funeral services over the body of Columbus Hamilton took place yesterday morning at 10 o'clock from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. F. E. Christie at Lime, Colorado. Services were conducted by Rev. G. S. Barnhart. Mr. and Mrs. Evan John, accompanied by Mrs. C. D. Blackburn, sang "Veil of Beulah" and "Safe in the Arms of Jesus." The pallbearers were: T. Quinn, Charles Hastings, William Willis, R. Murray, James Waldrip, and D. Blackburn. The remains were forwarded at 1:30 p.m. by the McCarthy Undertaking Company to Cotopaxi, Colorado, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Christie.

Hamilton, Dorothy I.
Dorothy I. Hamilton - Pueblo Chieftain - August 12, 2010 - Dorothy I. Hamilton. Born Jan. 31, 1922, in Leavenworth, Kan.; died Aug. 10, 2010, in Pueblo, Colo. Preceded in death by her husband, Albert "Buster" Hamilton. Survived by her first husband, Leon Leatherbery, Florence, Colo.; one brother, Paul Palmer, Pickering, Mo.; and three children, Carolyn Borrison, Boone, Colo., Carl Leatherbery, Colorado Springs, Marilyn Cochran, Pueblo. Cremation has taken place and burial will be in Imperial Cemetery.

Hamilton, Elmer Jr.
Elmer Hamilton Jr. – Pueblo Chieftain – February 15, 1919 – Elmer Hamilton Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hamilton, died at the family home, 1126 Cedar St. yesterday. The funeral will be held from the residence at 10 o'clock this morning. Rev. C. H. Hall will officiate. Interment at Roselawn in charge of the United Undertaking Co. Pueblo Chieftain – February 16, 1919 – The funeral of Elmer Hamilton Jr. was held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock from the residence, 1026 Cedar St. Rev. C. Hall officiated. Interment was in Roselawn in charge of the United Undertaking Co.

Hamilton, Elmore
Elmore Hamilton – Pueblo Chieftain – April 24, 1918 – Elmore Hamilton, age 35 years, died yesterday at a local hospital. Mr. Hamilton came to this city a short time ago from his home in Springfield, Ill. The body is being cared for by the McCarthy Undertaking Company awaiting instructions from relatives. Pueblo Chieftain – April 25, 1918 – The body of Elmore Hamilton will be forwarded today to Springfield, Ill., by the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain - April 26, 1918 - The remains of Elmore Hamilton were forwarded yesterday by the McCarthy Undertaking Company to Springfield, Illinois, for burial.

Hamilton, Frank
Frank Hamilton - Pueblo Chieftain - January 2, 1917 - The funeral of Frank Hamilton was held yesterday afternoon at 2:30 from Davis & Vories Chapel. The services both at the chapel and cemetery were conducted by the local lodge of Eagles. The pall bearers were C. Sweeney, Andrew Nelson, E. M. Peters, J. E. George, H. S. Conley, and Guy Winstrom. Interment was in Mountain View.

Hamilton, Joel G. (Col.)
Col. Joel G. Hamilton – Pueblo Chieftain – February 23, 1919 – Col. J. G. Hamilton, Veteran, Is Dead – Kernel J. G. Hamilton, 85 years of age, died yesterday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Detrick, 213 Harrison Ave. The body is at McCarthy's undertaking parlors and will be sent to Mississippi for burial. Funeral services will be conducted by Rev. C. W. Hall, pastor of the M. E. Church South, before the body is sent and it will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Detrick. Col. Hamilton, a descendent of Alexander Hamilton, is a type of the old South, a native of Mississippi where he served for 20 years in the Legislature. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Minnie Hamilton Hoyt of Pasadena, Calif. and Miss Alice Hamilton, teacher of music in Cincinnati. He lived alternately with these daughters, but frequently visited in Pueblo with the Dietrich family – Mr. Dietrich being the son of his wife by his first marriage. The veteran of the Civil War was cognizant at his approaching end, and gave directions for his funeral. He was a member of the Masonic fraternity. Pueblo Chieftain – February 24, 1919 – The remains of Col. Joel G. Hamilton will be forwarded today by the McCarthy Undertaking Company to Aurant, Mississippi, when the funeral will take place under the auspices of the Masonic Lodge and the G. A. R. The remains will be accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. A. Sherman Hoyt of Pasadena, Calif. and William Dietrich. Pueblo Chieftain – February 25, 1919 – Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at 2:30 in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel over the late Col. J. G. Hamilton, conducted by Rev. C. W. Hall. Mrs. Branscomb and Mrs. Leighton accompanied by Mrs. King sang "Lead Kindly Light," "Jesus Lover of My Soul," and "Nearer, My God to Thee." The remains were forwarded at 5 o'clock to Durant, Mississippi, where the burial will be under the direction of the Masonic fraternity. The remains were accompanied by Mrs. Sherman Ray of Pasadena, Calif., and William Dietrich.

Hamilton, Judy
Judy Thurston Hamilton - Pueblo Chieftain - September 5, 2010 - Judy Thurston Hamilton, 45, of Canon City, Colo., passed away on Sept. 2, 2010, in Canon City, Colo. Memorial celebration, 3 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2010, Mountain View Park, 922 N. Orchard Road, Canon City, Colo. Memorial donations may be made to the Judy Hamilton Memorial Fund at Colorado East Bank through the funeral home office.

Hamilton, Kathryn L.
Kathryn L. Hamilton - Pueblo Chieftain - March 4, 2009 - Kathryn L. Hamilton, born Nov. 22, 1920, in Latham, Ill., went to be with the Lord Feb. 28, 2009. She was preceded in death by her husband of 62 years, Earl C. Hamilton; and a son, Earl Mark Hamilton. She is survived by two children, Jerry L. Karen Hamilton and Cindy Mike Coy, both of Lakewood; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. She also is survived by a stepsister, Vi Kyrk; and two sisters-in-law, Zeta Bradley and Arlene Hamilton, all of Iowa. She was a member of Temple Baptist Church in Pueblo and served with her husband as he pastored churches in Colorado, Arizona and Chile, South America. She worked as a nurse and also had been employed at Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Kay touched many lives through her church ministry and nursing. She will be deeply missed by all who knew her. Funeral service, 1 p.m. Thursday, Adrian Comer Garden Chapel, with viewing one hour prior to service. Arrangements under the direction of Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Hamilton, Lewis
Rev. Father Lewis Hamilton - Central City Daily Register-Call - December 7, 1881 - Western News - Pueblo, December 6 - Rev. Father Lewis Hamilton, the veteran Presbyterian minister, who was injured at the union depot on Sunday last, as fully reported in your paper heretofore, died this evening at the union depot hotel from the effects of his injury. His remains will be sent east for burial. Central City Daily Register-Call - December 15, 1881 - A Pioneer Preacher - The Pueblo Chieftain has the following about one of the pioneer missionaries of Black Hawk: “Rev. Levi Hamilton, who died last week on account of slipping on the platform and falling against a moving pilot locomotive, near the union depot, was one of the earliest of the pioneer preachers that came to Colorado in the far-off days, when it was a young, raw and undeveloped country. He followed in the wake of the adventurous immigrants of the famour (famous?) period of the Pike's peak excitement relative to gold and silver. At that distant time, new-comers were astonished on their arrival at the same peak, to find it a center of such “magnificent distances,” and to learn that they must travel many miles farther before they could reach the shining object of their eager and costly quest. Rev. Mr. Hamilton proclaimed the gospel to some of these adventurers at Black Hawk, when that town was nothing but a rude mining camp, surrounded by strange, wild scenes of unsubdued, lonely nature. In missionary labor at the Black Hawk camp, he was successor of Rev. Warner, a venerated minister from Weedsport, New York.”

Hamilton, Vivian
Vivian Hamilton - Pueblo Chieftain - July 10, 2013 - Vivian Hamilton, 92, of Pueblo West, formerly of New York, went to be with the Lord on July 4, 2013. Viewing, 4 to 7 p.m. today, with funeral service to follow at 7 p.m., Pueblo West Funeral Home Chapel. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made to the VFW, 127 E. Spaulding Ave., Pueblo West, CO 81007.

Hamilton, W. B.
W. B. Hamilton - Pueblo Indicator - November 23, 1935 - Goodpasture - Many friends and neighbors attended the funeral of Mr. W.B. Hamilton (Uncle Billy) at Pueblo Wednesday. Mrs. and Mrs. Hamilton moved from their ranch to La Veta six years ago last month. Mrs. Hamilton died two years ago last July.

Hamler, Marvel Lillian
Marvel Lillian Hamler - Pueblo Chieftain - May 17, 1917 - The funeral of Marvel Lillian Hamler will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from Davis & Vories Chapel. Rev. Albert Tuck will officiate. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain - May 18, 1917 - The funeral of Marvel Lillian Hamler was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Davis-Vories Chapel. Rev. Albert Tuck, assisted by Mrs. F. W. Imboden had charge of the services. Mrs. L. M. Johnson and Mrs. G. C. Litz, accompanied by Mrs. Albert Tuck sang, "Fade, Fade Each Earthly Joy," "Abide With Me," and "Does Jesus Care." The pall bearers were as follows: Nina Byrns, Lois Johnston, Gladys Davis, Helen Twombly, Ethel Kohler, Frances Treichler, Marie Flemming, Inez Law, Pearl Luther, and Ruth Jones, were from the I. T. Club of the Northern Avenue Methodist Sunday School. The flower bearers were selected from Monroe Council, K. and L. of S. A large number of friends gathered to pay their last tribute of respect and love, and as far as human efforts could go, to console the bereaved family. The words of Mrs. F. W. Imboden were extremely consoling. She, in a beautiful manner told of the sweet Christian character of the departed young lady, who was a member of her Sunday School class. Banked about the casket were many beautiful floral designs, exemplifying the tender love and esteem in which Marvel was held by a great number of friends. The drill team from Monroe Council of the K. and L. of S. acted as an escort for their deceased member to Mountain View Cemetery, where a large delegation from the council was present and the officers conducted the funeral ceremony of the K. and L. of S. Pueblo Chieftain – May 20, 1917 – The death of Miss Marvel Hamler, who died suddenly the 4 part of the week, has cast a gloom over the members of the Monroe drill team, of which she was a member. The team attended the funeral on Thursday, assisting the officers of this counsel (Monroe Council, Knights and Ladies of Security), who gave a beautiful ritualistic services at the grave.

Hamlin, Harrell
Harrell Hamlin - Pueblo Indicator - February 15, 1930 - Harrell Hamlin, 35, a former Pueblo druggist, was shot and killed in a drug store at Wichita, Kansas, by a pair of holdups as he stood at the cash register. He was formerly employed in J.D. Long's drug store.

Hamlin, Laberta
Laberta Hamlin - Trinidad Times Independent - October 14, 2008 - Laberta Hamlin, June 21, 1925-October 11, 2008. Life long Trinidad resident went home to be with the Lord on October 11, 2008. Laberta was preceded in death by her parents Lelah Powell Berry and Hobert W. Berry, step-mother Dora Berry; sister, Twyla Marsico; brother, Sonny Berry, and her loving husband, Eddie. Those who continue to love her: Bob and Peggy Hamlin; Dian and Michael Gray. Grandchildren-Jake and Kim Hamlin; Beth and Brice Mossholder; Kevin Gray and Lori Gray. Great grandchildren - Taylor, Dominic, Brendan, Adonis, Calin and Tyler. Also her brother, Herschel Berry and the Marsico and Berry family members. Laberta loved fishing, gardening, Elvis and the color red. If you would like to wear red to the funeral the family would welcome your support and love. Pallbearers will be Bob Hamlin, Jake Hamlin, Michael Gray, Kevin Gray, Jerry Nickell, Ed Roybal, Larry French, Glen Parks, and Marco Terry. Public viewing will be held at Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home from 2 - 6 p.m. on October 14. The funeral will be held at Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home at 1 p.m. on October 15, with interment immediately following at the Masonic Cemetery. In lieu of food and flowers, the family suggests donations be made to the First Christian Church or Noah's Ark. The family has entrusted Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home with the arrangements.

Hamlin, Thurza Irene
Thurza Irene "Sue" Hamlin - Vail Daily News - March 26, 2008 - Thurza Irene “Sue” Hamlin died at LaVilla Grande Care Center on March 17. Thurza was born Dec. 7, 1913, in Denver to Richard and Mary Thomas Kruger. She grew up in the Como Walsenburg area and attended CSC in Greeley. On July 14, 1940, she married Harris S. Hamlin in Golden; he survives. Thurza loved playing bridge and sewing. She is survived by her husband, Harris S. Hamlin of Grand Junction; daughter Sharron (Phillip) Altpeter of Colorado Springs; sister Mabel Kuhlman of Denver; two grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Hamlin, William R.
William R. Hamlin - Pueblo Indicator - December 19, 1925 - Four Old-Timers Pass Out With The Cold Spell - William R. Hamlin, 75, passed away at his home in this city Dec. 13, from an attack of heart trouble. After being in the cattle business for a number of years he moved to Pueblo in 1896 and was engaged in the grain and feed business until the flood of 1921. At the time of his death he was bailiff in District Judge Trimble's court. George B. Hostetter, 63, died at a local hospital Dec. 14, after a lingering illness of several months. He was among the old-timers of Bessemer and for many years had a pool hall and tobacco store in various places. For many years he was a steel worker until he retired to go into business for himself. Percy Ely, 50, for many years a resident of this city, died at the Union Printers' Home at Colorado Springs, Dec. 13. He was a printer by trade, and for a number of years was on the Sunday Opinion. Zebulon Pedrick, who lived to the advanced age of 91 years, died at his home on Belmont avenue, December 17. He came to Colorado in 1881, and for 36 years lived in Pueblo. He served all through the Civil War with the Union army, much of the time being in Sheridan's famous cavalry.

Hamm, Reba L.
Reba L. Hamm - Pueblo Chieftain - November 20, 2011 - Reba L. Hamm, 82, passed away Nov. 15, 2011. Survived by her children, Rodney (Eleanor) Hamm, Don Hamm and Dian (Tom) Mathias; grandchildren, Marshall Mathias, Garrett (Mike Clarkson) Mathias, Marcus Hamm, Jennifer (Bret) Beardslee; great-grandson, James Beardslee; brother, Jack W. Brashear; brothers-in-law, Leland Hamm, Elvin Frantz; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her husband, William "Franklin" Hamm; son, Jack W. Hamm; parents, Earl W. Brashear and Hester Mincy Jerome; sisters, Mary Earlene Ensor, Retha Lynn Payne; and brother, Dick R. Brashear. Reba was born Jan. 9, 1929, in La Junta, Colo. She married "Franklin" in 1946. They farmed and raised their family in Rocky Ford, and in 1968 moved to Denver. Reba was an excellent seamstress, worked as manager of Day Brook Curtain & Pillow Factory until 1972 and was hired by Denver Postal Services, where she achieved numerous recognitions of service. She retired in 1992 and resided in Pueblo the past three years. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium, and no service until this summer during their family reunion.

Hamman, David W.
David W. Hamman - Pueblo Chieftain - May 10, 2009 - David W. Hamman, 83, died May 5, 2009, in Trinidad. Visitation, 2 to 6 p.m. Monday, May 11, Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 12, Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. Burial will follow at the Trinidad Masonic Cemetery.

Hamman, Mattie Ruth
Mattie Ruth Hamman – Pueblo Chieftain – December 27, 1918 – The funeral of Mattie Ruth Hamman was held yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock from the United Funeral Home. Rev. O. S. Reed officiated. Mrs. R. L. McCormick sang "Rock of Ages," and "Nearer, My God to Thee." Interment was in Roselawn.

Hammer, Charles R. (Dr.)
Dr. Charles R. Hammer - Pueblo Chieftain - October 20, 2011 - Dr. Charles R. Hammer, 84, passed away Oct. 16, 2011. Survived by his wife, Beverly; children, David Hammer and Valerie Rief; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral service, 2 p.m. today, Heritage Baptist Church, with interment at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by Adrian Comer Funeral Home. Adrian-Comer Funeral Home - October 17, 2011 - Dr. Charles R. Hammer, 84, went home to be with The Lord on Sunday, October 16th, 2011. He was born on Sunday August 7th, 1927 in Memphis, Tennessee and died peacefully in Pueblo, Colorado, surrounded by his family. He was preceded in death by his mother Reva, his father Charles, and his brother George. He is survived by his sister Joy Bemis, his wife of 55 years Beverly, son David, daughter Valerie Rief, grandchildren Christopher and Brandon Rief, Michael Hammer, Kory McCoy, and great-grandchildren Zhender Carnahan/Rief and Bentley Rief. He served in the United States Navy during World War Two, and earned his Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of Utah in 1957. He taught chemistry at Westminster College in Salt Lake City, Utah, Idaho State University, and the University of Southern Colorado in Pueblo, Colorado. He retired in 1992 after 38 years of teaching, and was awarded Professor Emeritus in 1995. Active in the church his entire life, he served tirelessly as song leader, teacher and church treasurer. He was an accomplished cello player, loved music, and enjoyed travel, photography, computers and his grandchildren. Visitation with the family from 4 - 7 p.m. Wednesday, October 19th at Adrian Comer Funeral Home. Funeral Service 2:00 p.m. Thursday October 20th at Heritage Baptist Church, 2122 Overton Road, with interment at Imperial Memorial Gardens. The family would especially like to thank the staff at The Pavilion for their care and support over the last three and a half years. Their kindness is deeply felt and appreciated.

Hammer, Hugh
Hugh Hammer – Pueblo Chieftain – September 2, 1918 – Hugh Hammer, age 20 years, died yesterday at a local hospital. The deceased was a resident of Steubenville, Ohio, and came to this city only a short time ago for medical treatment. He is survived by his mother. The body is at the McCarthy parlors and the funeral announcement will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain – September 4, 1918 – The body of Hugh Hammer was forwarded last evening by the McCarthy Undertaking Co. to Trinidad for interment.

Hammer, Ruth
Ruth Hammer - Pueblo Chieftain - September 30, 2013 - Ruth Hammer, 71. Full notice later.

Hammerstrom, Margaret
Margaret Hammerstrom - Pueblo Chieftain - July 14, 2011 - Margaret Hammerstrom, 91, passed away July 11, 2011. She was preceded in death by her husbands, Carl E. Hammerstrom and Charles Drabeck; parents, Bertha and Cecil Osterhout; and brother, Vincent Osterhout. She is survived by her daughter, Christina (George Ray) Keller; and granddaughter, Shae (Shannon) Farrar. Funeral Mass, 10:30 a.m. Friday, July 15, 2011, Mount St. Francis Church, Colorado Springs. Interment will follow at 1 p.m. Friday at Roselawn Cemetery in Pueblo. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hammill-Huffmon, Margaret
Margaret “Margie” (Redmond) Hammill-Huffmon - Pueblo Chieftain - December 20, 2009 - Margaret “Margie” (Redmond) Hammill-Huffmon. The Rev. Margaret Ann Huffmon, 67, was born Jan. 30, 1942, in Pueblo, Colo., to E. Diehl and Margaret (Gordon) Redmond and died of pancreatic cancer on Nov. 26, 2009, in Cornelius, N.C. She was preceded in death by her parents and grandparents. Margie grew up in Pueblo, graduated from Centennial High School in 1960, and from CSU-Fort Collins in 1964, then taught school in Colorado Springs. Following her marriage to Greg Hammill, she taught in the Washington, D.C., area. Subsequently, she attended the Theological School at Drew University, receiving an M.T.S. and M. Div. degree, both with honors. Margie did course work for the Doctor of Letters program. She became an ordained minister in the PCUSA in 1997, served two churches in New Jersey, and most recently as the interim minister of the Ramah Presbyterian Church, Huntersville, N.C., from February 2007 until July 2009. Margie is survived by the Rev. Prof. Herbert H. Huffmon, whom she married in 1993; her three sons, Randall (Laura) Hammill of Connecticut, Bradley (Azot) Hammill of North Carolina, and Jeffrey (Colleen) Hammill of Indiana; two stepchildren, Allan Huffmon and Kristin Huffmon Borland, both of Utah; five grandchildren, Jessica and Emily Hammill of Connecticut, Sebastian Hammill of North Carolina and Riley and Gavin Hammill of Indiana; three step-grandchildren, Tabitha, Lucy and Kevin Borland of Utah; one brother, Gordon (Katharine) Redmond of Pueblo; and one sister, Lucia (Jim) Knutson of Florida. She is further survived by three nieces, Erica Redmond Woodworth of Rhode Island, Elizabeth (Knutson) Steen of Florida and Katherine Knutson of Georgia; and three cousins, Margaret “Peggy” Redmond of California, Jim Gordon of Oregon and Jack Gordon of Wyoming. A service celebrating her life was held Saturday, Nov. 28, 2009, at the Ramah Presbyterian Church, Huntersville, N.C., led by the Rev. Timm High of the Charlotte Presbytery and assisted by her husband, the Rev. Prof. Herbert H. Huffmon. Special thanks to Dr. John Martinie and Dr. Reza Nazemzadeh of Charlotte, N.C., and especially Ben Sandiford, RN, of the Lake Norman Hospice and Palliative Care, Davidson, N.C. A second memorial service was held at the Drew Chapel, Drew University, Madison, N.J., on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2009.

Hammon, Fred
Fred Hammon – Pueblo Chieftain – April 25, 1917 – Takes Life by Hanging After First Failure – Saddlemaker Suicides at Hospital – One Attempt Did Not Succeed – After being foiled in an attempt to hang himself at the city jail Monday afternoon, Fred Hammon, a saddlemaker, succeeded in taking his own life early yesterday morning in the "strong room" of a local hospital. The body was found at 5:30 o'clock yesterday morning hanging from a pipe where the man had manufactured a noose from strips of bed clothing. Hammon was arrested for being drunk last Saturday night and because of rambling talk and peculiar actions he was placed in a separate cell and held for an investigation as to his sanity. Monday afternoon he tore his hammock to strips and suspended himself from a pipe at the ceiling. He was cut down by the jailer and removed to the hospital where he was placed in the strong room and tied down. In some manner he tore the bed ticking and slipped from under his covering. He then tore strips from the mattress and fastened them to a rod on the ceiling (and) hanged himself. Little is known here of Hammon. He has been employed for several years as a saddlemaker at the Thomas Flynn Saddlery on south Union avenue and is said to have been an efficient workman. The body is being cared for at the Davis & Vories Undertaking company, while an effort is being made to locate relatives. It is believed he has a sister residing in St. Joseph, Mo.

Hammon, Mitchell V.
Mitchell V. Hammon - Pueblo Chieftain - April 22, 1917 - Mitchell V. Hammon, prominent farmer residing 14 miles east of Pueblo, died at a local hospital in this city last evening. Mr. Hammon was brought to Pueblo from his home several days ago and placed in a local hospital for medical treatment, but his condition was such that he gradually failed until the end came last evening. He came to Colorado with his family from Quintin, Okla., about a year and a half ago, and purchased a ranch which was his residence at the time of death. Survived by his wife, three small children, three sisters, Mrs. Alice Short of Quintin, Okla.; Mrs. Laura Chaqin, of Harrison, Ark.; Miss Lena Hammon residing at Quintin, Okla., two brothers, Clarence and Melvin residing at Quintin, Okla., also his mother residing at the same place. The remains were removed to the United Undertaking Company's parlors and will be sent to Quintin, Okla., accompanied by his wife, mother and brother. Pueblo Chieftain - April 23, 1917 - The body of Mitchell V. Hammon was forwarded yesterday afternoon by the United Undertaking Company to Quinton, Okla., accompanied by the wife and brother.

Hammond, Fred
Fred Hammond – Pueblo Chieftain – December 13, 1917 – Death in Camp – Fred Hammond, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hammond of Guffey, Colo., who went to Camp Funston in the second contingent of the draft, died of measles at Fort Riley Hospital. Hammond was a well-known cowboy of Park County before entering the military service. His body was sent to Canon City for burial. Pueblo Chieftain – December 15, 1917 – Died in Camp – Canon City's first soldier dead proved to be Fred Hammond, who died at Camp Funston, Kan., of measles. The young man had been physically strong and in excellent condition when he went away. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hammond, pioneer residents of Park County. The body lay in state yesterday at the YMCA preceding a military funeral. The cadet corps with 90 men in uniform led the funeral procession to Greenwood Cemetery where the remains were laid to rest.

Hammond, Mary Ann
Mary Ann Hammond - Trinidad Times Independent - February 20, 2007 - Mary Ann Hammond, 62, died February 13, 2007 as a result of an automobile accident. She was born October 9, 1944 to Don and Naomi Pinson. She had lived in the Trinidad and Aguilar area for 10 years moving here from Denver, Colorado. She attended the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. She took off twenty years of study before she returned to Metro State in Denver to finish her Bachelors degree and then earned her Masters degree in Agency Counseling from the University of Colorado at Denver. After graduation she went to work for Presbyterian St. Luke's in Denver. Wanting to live in a smaller community she moved to Southern Colorado and worked for Spanish Peaks Mental Health, Crossroads and eventually opened her own counseling business called "The Place Because Its Time". She is survived by her son David Hammond and his wife Christa of Denver. As per her request cremation was held and there will be no public services. The family has entrusted Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home with the arrangements.

Hampton, Eugene Allen
Eugene Allen Hampton - Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home - February 12, 2005 - Eugene Allen Hampton, age 59, died unexpectedly January 2, 2005. He was born February 25, 1945 in Monticello, Florida to Charlie Bill Hampton and Anne Mae (Razor) Hampton. He was married to Linda Kearns on August 15, 1992 in Monticello, Florida. He graduated from high school in Okloosa, Kansas. He joined the army in 1968 and was stationed in Vietnam. In 1971 he started driving trucks for C&H Transportation. He started his own trucking firm the Wild Card Express in 1990 and operated it until 2000. He and Linda moved to the Trinidad area in 1999 and he worked for various trucking and construction firms. He loved horses, antique cars, his friends and was a very happy person. His nickname with his co-workers was Pappa Smurf. He was preceded in death by his parents and grandparents and two sisters. He is survived by his wife Linda and son Jeffrey Kimberlin, Weston, Colorado; brothers Carl "Toby" (Debbie) Hampton, Monticello, Florida; Charlie Bill (Lorraine) Hampton, Wacissa, Florida; Johnny Hampton, Tallahassee, Florida; Cecil (Barbara) Hampton, Monticello, Florida; sisters Carol Ann Price and Annie Louise Edrida. Honorary pallbearers will be all his good friends. Visitation will be Sunday January 9, 2004 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. Funeral services will be Monday January 10, 2004 at 1 p.m. at the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. Fort Carson Honor Guard will perform military honors at the funeral home. Private cremation will follow. The family may be contacted @ 14600 Cty Rd 30.1 The family of Eugene Hampton have entrusted Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home with the arrangements

Hampton, H. H. (Mrs.)
Mrs. H. H. Hampton - Pueblo Chieftain – December 1, 1918 – The influenza reached the family of H. H. Hampton, 18 miles up the Apishapa River and his wife died.

Hamrick, Andrew Joseph
Andrew Joseph Hamrick - Pueblo Chieftain – July 19, 1918 – Andrew Joseph Hamrick, age 10 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hamrick, died at a local hospital yesterday afternoon where he was taken a few days ago for a serious operation. He was a member of the Kruzker Society and the Boys' Altar and Holy Name Societies of St. Anthony's Church. He is survived by his parents, three brothers, John, George, and Joseph, and two sisters, Mary and Annie. The body is at McMinn's Undertaking Parlors. Funeral announcement will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain – July 21, 1918 – The funeral of Andrew Joseph Hamrick will be held this morning at 9:30 from the home, 201 Spring St. and at 10 o'clock from St. Anthony's Church. Rev. Father Joseph will celebrate mass for the dead. Interment will be in Roselawn Cemetery in charge of the McMinn Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain – July 22, 1918 – The funeral of Andrew Hamrick was held yesterday morning at 9:30 from the home, 201 Spring St. and at 10 o'clock from St. Anthony's Church. Rev. Father Joseph celebrated mass for the dead. The floral offerings were many and beautiful and there was a large gathering of friends at the church. Interment was in Roselawn in charge of the McMinn Undertaking Company.

Hamrick, Joseph
Joseph Hamrick - Pueblo Chieftain - November 3, 2009 - Joseph Hamrick, 83, went with the Lord on Saturday, Oct. 31, 2009. He was born in Pueblo on June 2, 1926, to the late Susan and Joseph Hamrick Sr. Joe graduated from Central High in 1944 and served in the U.S. Navy as a radio operator on the USS Dyson during WWII. Following his service in the military, Joe was employed for 40 years by the CF&I as a systems analyst and later as office manager. On Nov. 9, 1957, Joe was united in marriage to Patricia Ann Burns with whom he shared a marriage of 52 years and raised three children. Joe was a lifelong devoted Catholic. In his early years, he was an active member of St. Anthony Church, built the church's stone grotto along with his father. Later, as a parishioner of Shrine of St. Therese, he actively was involved in church services and activities and also served as a member of the Shrine's maintenance committee. Joe was an original and long-standing member of Pueblo Municipal Shooters, where he pursued an enduring interest in the sport of marksmanship and also served as a volunteer instructor. He enjoyed polka dancing, fishing, hunting, snow skiing and water skiing. In later years, Joe pursued the sport of tennis, taking lessons from John Boshard. He learned to play the accordion at a young age and served with his wife as a longtime director of Pueblo International Folk Dancers. He is survived by his wife, Patricia Hamrick; daughters, Tama Hamrick of Greeley, Colo., Mary Pat Evans; son, Joseph (Shanda) Hamrick; grandchildren, Jessica (Francisco) Granillo, Tyla Hamrick and Zachary Evans; great-grandchildren, Carlos Lucero and Nathen Casaus; brother, Ray (Janet) Hamrick of Springfield, Va.; in-laws, Virginia Krasovec, Frances Burns, Kathleen Burns, James (Roberta) Burns; and numerous nieces and nephews. Viewing, 4 to 6 p.m. today, Nov. 4, George McCarthy Funeral Home, with rosary to follow. Funeral service and Mass, 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, Shrine of St. Therese, 300 Goodnight Ave. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hamrick, Shanda Lynn
Shanda Lynn Hamrick - Pueblo Chieftain - October 27, 2013 - Shanda Lynn Hamrick. Passed away peacefully Friday, Oct. 24, 2013. Arrangements pending, Imperial Funeral Home. Pueblo Chieftain - October 29, 2013 - Shanda Lynn Hamrick, 44, passed away Oct. 24, 2013. Funeral service, 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 30, at Praise Assembly of God. Full notice on Wednesday. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home. Pueblo Chieftain - October 30, 2013 - Shanda Lynn Hamrick passed away Oct. 24, 2013. Preceded by grandparents, William and Margaret Colby, Cecil and Betty Crader, Chuck and Lola Buckingham; father-in-law, Joe Hamrick; and nephew, Zachary Colby. Survived by her loving husband, Joe Hamrick; daughter, Tyla Hamrick; son-in-law, Kai Littlefield; grandchildren, Jaxon and Anna Littlefield; parents, Philip and Sandy Colby; mother-in-law, Pat Hamrick; brother and sister-in-law, Mike and Brenda Colby; sister, Lori Colby, nephews and niece, Frankie, Caitlyn and Ryan Colby; as well as numerous family and friends. Shanda graduated in 1987 from South High School, began her first job as a hostess at Village Inn, then went to Bessemer Auto, continued to St. Mary-Corwin as an anesthesia tech, then transferred to Park West Surgery and finally to Aberdeen Surgery Center as a scheduler, where she recently celebrated her 10th year. She lived for her weekends, where she spent time with her family and friends playing poker, hunting and fishing with her husband, family camping trips to the cabin and, of course, the fun-filled Broncos games with the family. Family and friends were her main joy in life — no matter where she was, as long as she was with her family there was a beautiful smile on her face! Services will be held at 1 p.m. today, Oct. 30, at Praise Assembly of God. Those attending the service are encouraged to wear Broncos attire. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hancock, Douglas F.
Douglas F. Hancock - Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber - May 8, 2008 - Douglas F. Hancock, a Federal Way resident since 1958, died Jan. 3. He was 81. He was born Jan. 31, 1923 and raised in Rocky Ford, Colo.. He attended the University of Wyoming on a football scholarship. During World War II, he was a naval officer and pilot based on Whidbey Island. He flew missions across the Aleutians to Japan. In 1948, he married Donna J. Rinehart in Trinidad, Colo., and last year they celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary. In 1953, he joined Northwest Airlines as a pilot. He retired after 30 years as a captain, flying primarily to the Orient. After retirement, he enjoyed traveling and spending time with family. Survivors include his wife; children Don Hancock, Janice Daugherty, Stacey Bohrer and Laurie Hancock; eight grandchildren; and brothers Harold, Lee and Robert, all of Rocky Ford. A celebration of his life is set for 3 p.m. today at Marine View Presbyterian Church, 8469 Eastside Drive NE., in northeast Tacoma. The family suggests remembrances be made to Medic One, 7064 S. 220th St., Building 9, Kent, WA 98032 (206-296-8550); or American Stroke Association, 710 Second Ave., Suite 900 Seattle WA 98104.

Hancock, Eleanore
Eleanore Hancock - Pueblo Chieftain - April 14, 2010 - Eleanore Hancock, 89, of Rocky Ford, died at the Pioneer Health Care Center, April 12, 2010. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 15, 2010, in the Community Presbyterian Church in Rocky Ford, Colo. Inurnment will be in the Hillcrest Cemetery in Rocky Ford. There will be no viewing as cremation has been effected. Arrangements have been entrusted to Ford-Ustick Funeral Home.

Hancock, Michael D.
Michael D. Hancock - Pueblo Chieftain - August 8, 2013 - Michael D. Hancock, 59, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on August 5, 2013. He is preceded in death by his in-laws, Joe and Lucille Vallejos; brother-in-law, Charles Gonzales. Michael is survived by the love of his life Tina; children, William A. Hancock, Monica (Jimmy) Sanchez, and Jeremy (Jen) Montour; grandchildren, Alina, Jerica, 'Lil Jimmy, Britney, Isaiah, and 'Lil Jeremy; parents, William and Gayle Hancock; god-daughter, Emilia; nephews, Johnny and Sammy; sisters, Deanna (Ali) and Debbie; numerous extended family and friends. At his request cremation has taken place. Memorial service 11 a.m. Friday, Pueblo West Funeral Home. Relatives and friends will be received at Pueblo West Hall following service.

Hancock, Ruth Elizabeth
Ruth Elizabeth Hancock - Pueblo Chieftain - June 3, 2010 - Ruth Elizabeth Hancock, 80, of Rocky Ford died on Monday, May 31, 2010 while in the company of family members at Arkansas Valley Regional Nursing Center, East, La Junta, Colo. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Friday, June 4, Community Presbyterian Church, Rocky Ford, Colo., with Rev. Steve Culver officiating. There will be no viewing as cremation has been effected. Inurnment will be private in Hillcrest Cemetery in Rocky Ford. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Community Presbyterian Church 303 S. 9th Rocky Ford, CO 81067. Arrangements have been entrusted to Ford-Ustick Funeral Home.

Hand, Joe
Joe Hand - Pueblo Indicator - June 16, 1928 - Avondale - The community extends sincere sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Travis in the loss of Mr. Joe Hand, a relative and one who had been as a son to them. He passed away in San Diego, Calif., following an operation for appendicitis. He was a member of the marine corps and was laid to rest with military honors.

Hand, Stephanie J.
Stephanie J. Hand - Pueblo Chieftain - September 18, 2012 - Stephanie J. Hand, 88, passed away Sept. 16, 2012. She was predeceased by parents, Albert and Florence Vigil; husband, James Hand; sisters, Frances Adams, Evelyn Ferreira, Evangeline Valerio, Dora Hughes, Claudette McHenry, Mary Louise Mack; brother, Albert Vigil; grandson, Eric Riddock; and numerous nieces and nephews. Stephanie is survived by children, Florence Riddock, Wayne Hand, Ronnie Hand, Darlene Martinez; sisters, Adeline Valdez, Mary Zawalski; 15 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation, 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 19, followed by a rosary at 7 p.m., both at Imperial Funeral Home. Mass of the Resurrection, 2 p.m. Thursday, Christ the King, 1708 Horseshoe Drive, Pueblo, Colo. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Imperial Funeral Home - September 18, 2012 - Stephanie Hand August 5, 1924 - September 16, 2012 - Hi there family and friends. The Blessed Mother called this morning and asked if I was ready to go. I said "yes". The Lord then said "Come follow me, your family is waiting." My beautiful family was there. My Sweetheart James Hand, my Mom and Dad, Albert and Florence Vigil, my sisters Frances Adams, Evelyn Ferreira, Evangeline Valerio, Dora Hughes, Claudette McHenry, Mary Louise Mack and my brother Albert Vigil, my grandson Eric Riddock and numerous nieces and nephews. Don't cry because I am gone. Be happy and rejoice with me, for you see I have lived a wonderful life. I was born in Gardner, Colorado on August 4, 1924, was honored with the Salutatorian title of my graduating class, went on to help the War effort by working at Aircraft Mechanics in Colorado Springs, meeting and befriending the Rockerfellers while living there, dating an upcoming popular singer, riding to the top of Pikes Peak on a Harley Davidson, was a model with a portfolio for a while and working at Triplex and American Stores. I then started my own day care center. I loved taking care of children. Speaking of children I leave behind my loving daughter Florence Riddock and step daughter Darlene Martinez and my beloved sons Wayne Hand and Ronnie Hand. My sisters Adeline Valdez and Mary Zawalski will continue the family in my absence. I also leave behind my grandchildren numbering 15 and great-grandchildren numbering 27 and many nieces and nephews, too many to count. Pay your respect to me by sending prayers and love, for this is all I ever asked for when I was here and that is all I need now. Goodbye to all of you, my loved ones. Visitation, 5-7 pm, Wednesday, September 19, 2012 followed by a Rosary at 7 pm, both at Imperial Gardens Funeral Home on Highway 78. The mass of Resurrection will be held at 2 pm at Christ the King Church.

Haney, Marshall F.
Marshall F. Haney - Pueblo Chieftain - March 27, 2011 - Marshall F. Haney, 92, left this world peacefully surrounded by family March 25, 2011. Born Aug. 13, 1918, in Clay County, Ind. Preceded in death by 11 siblings and one grandchild. Survived by his loving wife of 71 years, Mary L. (Lawrence) Haney; children, Marvin D. (Robin) Haney, Pueblo, Janet R. (Jim) Callahan, Knoxville, Tenn., Vickie S. (Robert) Browder, Pueblo, and Rex A. (Marie) Haney, Monument, Colo.; 11 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, and one sister. Marshall served in the U.S. Navy on the USS Lumen during WWII. He retired after 38 years from Commercial Solvents of Terre Haute, Ind., in 1980, and moved to Pueblo. His greatest joy in life was spending time with his family. Visitation, 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, and funeral service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, both at Imperial Funeral Home. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Haney, Robert Jackson
Robert Jackson Haney - Pueblo Chieftain - August 2, 2009 - Robert Jackson Haney, 81, Pueblo, July 31. T.G. McCarthy.

Hang, David
David Hang - Pueblo Chieftain - June 18, 2013 - David Hang aka Chi Tru Hang, 47, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on June 13, 2013. He was preceded in death by his parents, Phat Hang and Vuog Hang. David is survived by his children, Spenser and Maesy Hang; adoptive parents, Nick and Kim Gallegos; siblings, Greg (Christina) and Cindy Gallegos; close friends, Bob, Zulema, Robert, Shane and Barb Cordova-Lucero; and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. At his request, cremation has taken place. Rosary service, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Romero Chapel. Memorial Mass, 11 a.m. Thursday, Holy Family Catholic Church. Inurnment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Relatives and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following both services. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made at any Wells Fargo Bank for his children.

Haning, Virginia Ann
Virginia Ann Haning - Pueblo Chieftain - April 23, 2014 - Virginia Ann Haning. Visitation, 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Service, 1 p.m. Friday, First Church of the Nazarene. Pueblo Chieftain - April 25, 2014 - Virginia A. Haning. Service, 1 p.m. today, First Church of the Nazarene

Hanisch, John J.
John J. Hanisch - Pueblo Indicator - July 26, 1913 - John J. Hanisch Died - John J. Hanisch, 70 years old, who had for years conducted a tailoring business at 1208 Evans Avenue, died at a local hospital on the 23rd inst. He had been ill for the past year but lived in his little shack and did whatever work came to him. Note: This man was buried in Roselawn Cemetery under the name of John G. Hanisch.

Hankins, Joe R. Jr.
Joe R. Hankins Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - January 29, 2013 - Joe R. Hankins Jr., 69, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on Jan. 25, 2013. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Wednesday, Praise Assembly of God.

Hankla, J. A. (Infant of)
Infant Hankla – Pueblo Chieftain – March 13, 1918 – The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hankla died yesterday afternoon at the home near Rye. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home. Interment will be in the Brookside Cemetery in Rye in charge of Davis & Vories.

Hanks, Christine
Christine (Brandt) Hanks - Pueblo Chieftain - December 30, 2011 - Christine (Brandt) Hanks, born Feb. 18, 1961, in Pueblo, and died Dec. 13, 2011. Clarence, Darlene, and Steve would like to invite you to celebrate all that made her so unique and loved at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 31 at the Wild West Cowboy Church. We would like to thank everyone who has touched her life, brought a smile, shared a story, or given support to her, Mike and the family over the years.

Hanks, Jesse Allen
Jesse Allen Hanks - Pueblo Chieftain - July 18, 2012 - Jesse Allen Hanks, 52, passed away July 11, 2012. He is survived by his mother, Virginia Bernache; two brothers, a sister, several other relatives and friends. At his request, cremation has taken place. Memorial service, 6 p.m. Thursday, July 19, 2012, Angelus Chapel.

Hanley, Anna
Anna Hanley – Pueblo Chieftain – August 30, 1919 – Miss Anna Hanley, age 21 years, died at a local hospital yesterday afternoon following a lingering illness. She came here from New York City last January in hopes of benefiting her fast failing health but she failed to rally and gradually grew worse until the end came yesterday. Survived by her father, one sister, Miss Margurete Hanley residing at the Y. W. C. A. in this city and a cousin, James Conlay residing at 203 Victoria Ave. The body is at McMinn's parlors. Pueblo Chieftain – August 31, 1919 – The funeral of Miss Anna Hanley will be held Monday morning at 8:30 from the McMinn Funeral Chapel and at 9 o'clock from St. Francis Xavier Church. Rev. Father Bertram will say mass for the dead. Burial will be in Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain – September 2, 1919 – The funeral of Anna Hanley was held yesterday morning at 8:30 from the McMinn Funeral Chapel and at 9 o'clock from St. Francis Xavier Church. Rev. Father Bertram celebrated mass for the dead. Miss Anna and Mayme Byrnes, and Miss Kate Brennan accompanied by Miss Rodman sang "Ave Marie," and "Raise Me Jesus to Thy Bosom." Burial was in Roselawn.

Hanley, Helen
Helen Hanley - Pueblo Chieftain - December 3, 2013 - Helen Hanley, 86. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

Hanley, James E.
James E. Hanley – Pueblo Chieftain – June 8, 1918 – Deceased – James E. Hanley, age 47, postmaster of Cripple Creek, who died this week, has for years been a noted figure of the gold district because of activity in sports and politics. He kept a kennel of fine dogs including a famous greyhound.

Hanley, Ruby E.
Ruby E. Hanley – Pueblo Chieftain – December 14, 1917 – Mrs. Hanley Dead – A telegram received in Pueblo yesterday announced the death from illness of Mrs. James E. Hanley at Cripple Creek yesterday. Mrs. Hanley is the wife of the postmaster at Cripple Creek and she and her husband are well known in Pueblo, they having formerly resided in the city and having visited here a number of times.

Hanline, Florence
Florence “Flo Bell” Hanline - Pueblo Chieftain - October 19, 2011 - Florence “Flo Bell” Hanline, 93, passed away on Oct. 11, 2011. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ralph. She leaves to cherish her memory, her sister, Doris (Doyle) Shaffer; two sons, Charlie (Mary) Hanline and Phil Hanline; daughter-in-law, Kathy Nolan; grandchildren, Rochelle (Chris) Fesmire, Matt Hanline, Heather (Aaron) Crowley and Dr. Phillip (Kerri) Hanline; and six great-grandchildren. Flo Bell was a kind and gentle person and will be greatly missed. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 21, 2011, at First United Methodist Church, 310 W. 11th St.

Hanlon, Catherine
Catherine Mahar Hanlon – Pueblo Chieftain – October 6, 1919 – Mrs. Hanlon Dies – Mrs. Catherine Mahar Hanlon, age 83 years, for 40 years a resident of Pueblo, died yesterday at a local hospital. She was the widow of Patrick Henry Hanlon and the mother of Miss Mayme C. Hanlon of this city and Joseph W. Hanlon of Casper, Wyo. She was a member of the Sacred Heart Church. The body is at McCarthy's and the funeral probably will be held Tuesday. Pueblo Chieftain – October 7, 1919 – The funeral of Mrs. Catherine Hanlon will be held from the McCarthy Chapel this morning at 9 o'clock and from Sacred Heart Church at 9:30. Rev. Father T. J. Wolohan will say mass for the dead. Burial in Roselawn in the family lot. Pueblo Chieftain – October 8, 1919 – The funeral of Mrs. Catherine Hanlon was held yesterday morning from the McCarthy Chapel at 9 o'clock and from Sacred Heart Church at 9:30. Rev. Father T. J. Wolohan said mass for the dead. The pallbearers were John Seiter, William Stansbeck, T. D. Donnelly, Dr. J. J. McDonnell, John Bergin and T. G. McCarthy. Burial in the family lot in Roselawn.

Hann, Rose Marie
Rose Marie Hann - Pueblo Chieftain - April 21, 2013 - Rose Marie Hann, formerly of Walsenburg, died April 16, 2013, at University Park Care Center in Pueblo, where she had been residing for the last 3 years. She was 91 years old. Born to Joseph and Concetta Arigo in Walsenburg. She met and married her husband, Charlie Hann, in California, where she lived for several years. They returned to Walsenburg for their final years. They were married 47 years. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charlie; and several siblings. She is survived by her nieces and nephews. Viewing, 9 to11 a.m. Monday, April 22. Rosary, 11 a.m. with funeral Mass to follow at 11:30 a.m., all at St. Mary Church, Walsenburg. Interment at North St. Mary Cemetery, with reception to follow at Church Hall. Condolences can be sent to Angie Gladson at 2610 Delwood Ave., Durango, CO 81301, and Becky Timme at 4719 Applecrest Dr., Pueblo, CO 81005. In lieu of flowers, Masses can be sent to St. Mary Church in Walsenburg.

Hanna, Joseph P.
Joseph P. Hanna – Pueblo Chieftain – January 17, 1917 – Agrees with Dr. Osler; Takes Poison and Suicides – Joseph P. Hanna, formerly of Pueblo, more recently a resident of Salt Lake City, agreed with Dr. Osler, who proclaimed that every man upon reaching 50 years of age should be chloroformed, and accordingly Hanna drank poison last Saturday and died. Having heard everything worth hearing and seeing everything worth seeing; ill and having no one dependent upon him - Hanna was ready to die. These things he stated in a letter left address to his brother, L. H. Hanna, of Pueblo. Following is the unique letter: "To the Corner: this is just simply a case of suicide; not necessary to hold an inquest. I am sick and can't get well. So life has no chance is for me. I have traveled all over the world and have seen all that is worth seeing and heard all that is worth hearing, so the world does not owe me a dollar. I have had my good time in life and had it while young and while I could enjoy it. I agree with Dr. Osler that every one at 50 years ought to be chloroformed, especially if they are sick all the time. He Was Skeptical – "If there is such a place as they call a heaven and I should have to meet some of the people I have met on earth, I don't want to go there. Some of the "don't wants I don't want are: "I don't want a minister of any denomination. "I don't want the Masons. "I don't want flowers. "I do want: "My brother, L. H. Hanna to have my remains as a last request taken to Denver and have them cremated and the ashes taken to the top of Pike's Peak and scattered to the four winds. "To the undertaker: I do not want idle curiosity seekers viewing my remains. J. P. Hanna "I have no one dependent upon me. If I had I would consider it a cowardly act. "To the undertaker: I have evening dress suit in my trunk which you can use in place of a shroud."

Hanna, Ralph M.
Ralph M. Hanna - Daily American Republic - December 19, 2003 - Ralph M. Hanna, 56, of Ellsinore died Sunday, Nov. 16, 2003, at his residence in Ellsinore. Mr. Hanna was born Nov. 16, 1947, in Poplar Bluff. In 1948 he moved to Washington State, where he attended school in Rainier, Wash. In 1965, he entered the U.S. Air Force, serving as a reciprocating engine mechanic instructor during the Vietnam War. He was awarded a Bronze Star and numerous other honors before being honorably discharged in 1976. In 1985, he moved his family "home" to the Poplar Bluff area, settling in Ellsinore. Certified as an ASE Master Technician and L1 Advance Diagnostic Technician, he opened and has operated Hanna's Garage in Poplar Bluff since 1986. He was the state secretary of the AASP, past president of the AASP Poplar Bluff Chapter and an arbitrator and judge for the National Center for Dispute Center. He also served as an instructor for the Three Rivers Community College Automotive Workshop, as well as sponsoring a call-in workshop for local radio stations and being a regular on the Rick Sinclair radio morning show. He was also a member of the Poplar Bluff Chamber of Commerce. He enjoyed woodworking, gardening and the outdoors. On Nov. 22, 1975, he married Denise O'Brien in Comanche County, Okla. She survives. Other survivors include four children, Michael David Hanna and Shawn Curtis Hanna, both of Poplar Bluff, Phillip Monroe Hanna of Trinidad, Colo., and Cattleya Bradbury of Poplar Bluff; six grandchildren; his father and stepmother, Mearl and Alma Hanna of Poplar Bluff; his stepfather, Sheldon Longnecker of Rainier; five brothers, Ben Ray Hanna of Bakersville, Calif., Harold Hanna of Las Vegas, Robert Hanna and William Longnecker, both of Rainier, and Sheldon Longnecker Jr. of Delta Junction, Alaska; and one sister, Diane Le La Torre of Rainier. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday at Cotrell Funeral Chapel. The funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Westside Church of God in Poplar Bluff with the Rev. Chris Shephard officiating. Burial, with full military honors, will be at 9 a.m. Monday in the Missouri Veterans Cemetery in Bloomfield.

Hannah, Maxine
Maxine Hanna - Huerfano Journal - May 31, 2012 - Maxine Hanna, former Walsenburg resident - Burial service for Maxine Dorothy Lenore Hanna, beloved daughter of John and Dorothy (Westbrook) Matteo will be at 10 am Saturday, May 26, 2012 at the Masonic Cemetery in Walsenburg, Colorado. She will be buried next to her family members who have passed on before her. Maxine began her life in Toltec, Colorado on February 10th in 1939. She moved to California at the age of three and attended Sacred Heart Catholic School and Lincoln High School, where she met and married her sweetheart, Thomas Hanna. They married on May 5th in 1957 and remained married for 53 years. They raised four children, Kathleen, Susan (married Matt Sipe), Richard (married Adrienne) and John (married Amy). The light of Maxine's life was spending time with her nine grandchildren; Heather (married Tony Snyder), Natalie (married Christopher Brian), John Joseph, Jacob, William, Hannah, Jessica, Gillian, and Alexis. Heather and Tony gave her two beautiful great-granddaughters, Annabelle and Madelyn. Unfortunately, Maxine did not live long enough to meet Madelyn. Maxine was loved by everyone who knew her and she touched the lives of everyone she met. She will be deeply missed by family and friends. She enjoyed family dinners and anyone who stopped by on holidays was welcomed with loving arms and a warm meal. In addition to family time, Maxine enjoyed gardening, antique hunting, volunteer work and really loved to curl up with a good book and a cup of coffee. It was amazing to read all the cards and letters from people whose lives had been changed because of meeting this wonderful woman. Her life ended peacefully at home, surrounded by her family.

Hanneman, Rozann
Rozann Hanneman - Pueblo Chieftain - June 12, 2014 - Rozann Hanneman, 73, born July 20, 1940, passed away June 10, 2014. She is survived by her son, Howard Overholtzer; grandson, Allen Overholtzer; granddaughter, Erica (Shawn) Johnson; sister, Karen Rockhold. If you smoke– quit. If you do not smoke– don't start. If you do not know Jesus – ask Him into your life. Memorial funds may be sent to Fellowship of the Rockies, 3892 W. Northern Ave., Pueblo, CO 81005, or Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 1207 Pueblo Blvd., Pueblo, CO 81005. At Rozann's request, there will be no memorial service, cremation requested. Arrangements, George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hanrahan, C. J. (Father of)
Father of C. J. Hanrahan – Pueblo Chieftain – March 22, 1918 – C. J. Hanrahan, better known to his hosts of Pueblo friends as "Mully," who has been in the employ of T. G. McCarthy & Company, undertakers, was recently called to his home in Chicago by the sudden death of his father. Mr. Hanrahan first received a message stating that his father's condition was serious. Mr. Hanrahan prepared at once to depart for his home, but just before boarding the train for Chicago he was handed another message telling him of his father's death. The young man will remain in Chicago for the present but plans to return to Colo. again in the near future to make the state his home.

Hanratty, James
James Hanratty - Pueblo Chieftain – November 9, 1918 – James Hanratty, age 33 years, died at a local hospital early yesterday morning of influenza. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. J. P. Hanratty, of Chicago, Ill. The body is at McMinn's parlors and funeral announcement later. Pueblo Chieftain – November 10, 1918 – The body of James Hanratty, who died at a local hospital Friday morning, will be sent to Chicago tonight by the McMinn Undertaking Co

Hansa, Michael (Dr.)
Dr. Michael Hansa - Pueblo Chieftain - September 3, 2010 - Dr. Michael Hansa, age 40, died suddenly on Aug. 27, 2010, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Dr. Hansa was a partner with Pueblo Cardiology Associates, P.C., from 2007 until July 2010, and had recently moved to Hawaii. He is survived by his wife, Weera-anong; and his children, Catherine and Eileen. He also is survived by his parents, Hansa and Somsri Chavalithamrong; his brother, Peter; and his sister, Elizabeth. Dr. Hansa was born in Bangkok, Thailand, and grew up in both the U.S. and in Thailand. He attended undergraduate and medical school at Chaingmai University Medical School in Thailand from 1988 to 1994. His internship and residency were completed at the University of Hawaii between 1996-1999. He completed his cardiology fellowship at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, Ill., from 1999 to 2002 and his cardiac electrophysiology training at Stanford University in Stanford, Calif., from 2002 to 2003. Michael was kind to all and well respected by all who knew him. His passing leaves a great void in the lives of those he touched. He will be sorely missed not only by his family, but by the physicians and staff of Pueblo Cardiology Associates, P.C., as well as all of his colleagues, friends, patients and hospital staff. All the teachers, staff and families at the McClelland School, where his children attended, will miss him greatly as well. Donations for the benefit of Dr. Hansa's children will be accepted at The Hansa Memorial Children's Fund at US Bank. Memorial services for Dr. Hansa are planned for today, Sept. 3, 2010, in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Hansen, Bert Duane
Bert Duane Hansen - Pueblo Chieftain - August 11, 2013 - Bert Duane Hansen, 77, longtime resident of Las Animas, Colo., passed away suddenly on Aug. 7, 2013. He was a devoted husband, loving father and indulgent grandfather. Throughout his entire life, he was an adventurer and lived life to the fullest. Bert loved people and always went out of his way to help others. His job as director of Social Services gave him abundant opportunities to assist people who were truly in need. He continued to be of service to others even after he went into business for himself through his abundant open-handedness and kind-hardheartedness. Bert was an inveterate storyteller with a knack for making any story humorous and given the opportunity, he would regale anyone who would listen with hilarious anecdotes from his life and experiences. He attended Adams State College where he met his future wife, Mabel Weaver, married in 1958 and graduated with a business degree in 1959. He was drafted into the U.S. Army and served as a clerk for three years, being stationed at Fort Carson, Colo. and in Mannheim, Germany. Right out of the Army, he worked with his brother-in-law, Dick Weaver, building fence near Alamosa for a very short time and then he worked in Colorado Springs as a social worker. He became Director of Social Services for Hot Sulfur Springs in 1964 and for Las Animas in 1966. After 1981 he owned and operated the salvage yard and mechanics business in La Junta for nine years and then moved on to home restoration for five years before joining Mabel at Hansen Realty in 1995 as a real estate broker and gentleman farmer with his own herd of beloved cows. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Monday, August 12, 2013, at the United Methodist Church in Las Animas, Colo. Interment, 11 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2013, at Fort Lyon National Cemetery. Visitation. 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 11, 2013.

Hansen, Cecil L.
Cecil L. Hansen - Pueblo Chieftain - March 31, 2013 - Cecil L. Hansen, 84. Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Montgomery & Steward - April 1, 2013 - Cecil L. Hansen, 84, of Colorado Springs, Colo., passed away March 24, 2013. He was born in Red Cloud, Neb., on October 31, 1928. He is survived by his wife Lia of 52 years; children, Susan, Larry and Jim; grandchildren, Kelly, Shannon, Natalie and R.J. He was in active Army military for 15 years and retired from the Civil Service. Cecil enjoyed working on cars and spending time outdoors doing all kinds of activities with his family and friends. Cecil enjoyed visiting his hometown of Red Cloud and visiting with family as well as friends from his childhood. Cecil was a loving father and husband. He will be missed by all who knew him.

Hansen, Donald J. Jr.
Donald “Don” J. Hansen Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - December 8, 2011 - Donald “Don” J. Hansen Jr., 51, passed away unexpectedly on Dec. 5, 2011. He was born Feb. 12, 1960, in Chicago, Ill., a resident of Walsenburg for many years and moved to Pueblo West in 2008. Survived by his wife, Carolyn; his loving dog, Willie; step-children, Chris (Danielle), Ashley and Steven Dunfee, all of Pueblo West; mother, Marie (Hank) Shelton of La Junta; three sisters and other family members and friends. Don was a loving husband, son, devoted step-father and best friend who will be greatly missed by all whose lives he touched. Don was a parts professional at Vidmar Motor Company. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A celebration of his life will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 9, 2011, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, reception to follow.

Hansen, Frederick Elmer
Frederick Elmer Hansen - The Desert Dispatch - December 29, 2003 - Frederick Elmer Hansen, 63, of Phelan died March 10, Frederick Elmer Hansen, 63, of Phelan died March 10, 2002, at Loma Linda Hospital. He was born August 3, 1938, in Alamo, Colo., and lived in Phelan for four years. He worked for Hoffman Electric, then later owned his own business, Hansen Concrete Pumping. He was a U.S. Navy veteran. He lived life for the Lord and his family. He will be missed by all who knew him. He is survived by his wife Grace of Phelan; daughters Cyndi of Concord and Becky of Crescent City; son Fred Jr. of Smith River; parents Merle Arthur and Margaret Hansen of Hesperia; granddaughters Cheryl, Misty and Helen all of Crescent City; grandsons Steven Jr., Gary, Anthony, Josh and Billy all of Crescent City; and six great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Alternative Funeral Services, 16686 Victor St. in Victorville. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Alternative Funeral Services, with Pastor Donald Clemons officiating. Burial will be at 1:45 p.m. at Riverside National Cemetery, 22495 Van Buren Blvd. in Riverside. Alternative Funeral Services is handling arrangements.

Hansen, Gerald C.
Gerald C. Hansen - Pueblo Chieftain - February 1, 2009 - Gerald C. Hansen, 90, of Pueblo, passed away on Jan. 29, 2009. Survived by his daughter, Eve (Tony) Panariso; grandchildren, Anthony Panariso, Andrea (Simon) Ayala, Nicole (Lawrence) Panariso; great-grandchildren, Chance, Alejandra, Aaliyah, and Felicity Ayala; stepchildren, Cheri (Ron) Book and Jan (Bob) Sharpe; step-grandchildren, Sheree Book, Todd Book and Jessica Sharpe; step-great-grandchildren, Kourtney, Trent, Shelby Fair, Morgan and Drew Book. Preceded in death by his loving wife, Ruby; sweetheart, Willene Wulff; sister, Frances; daughter, MaryAnn; and loving dog, Molly. Gerald retired from the Army and the Air Force after serving during World War II and the Korean Conflict. He then went on to retire from NORAD after 15 years of service. Gerald enjoyed walking Molly at the park and making chili for his family. He loved to polka with Willene and watch Westerns. Funeral service, 10:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 2, 2009, Roselawn Funeral Home Chapel. Interment to follow, Roselawn Cemetery. The family would like to give a special thanks to the staff at Sharmar Village for their outstanding care for Gerald.

Hansen, Janet Sue
Janet Sue Hansen - Pueblo Chieftain - September 3, 2010 - Janet Sue Hansen, Jan. 21, 1939, to Aug. 31, 2010. She is survived by her husband, Roger Hansen; children, Tammy, Brian and Kim; grandchildren, Taylor, Jordan, Megan and Gabby. She was preceded in death by her son, Steven. Janet retired in 1990 as a human resource manager from US West. She enjoyed her family, trips to Las Vegas and Cripple Creek, camping, fishing, riding ATVs and snowmobiles. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society through the funeral home. Viewing, 5 to 8 p.m. today, at the funeral home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Saturday, George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Interment, 9:30 a.m. Monday, Fort Logan National Cemetery. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hanson, Charles
Charles Hanson - Pueblo Chieftain - March 18, 1917 - Charles Hanson, age 42 years, died at the family home, 221 Michigan Ave., yesterday after a short illness. He came here from Creede four years ago. He leaves a wife of the family home, two brothers and three sisters residing in Sweden. He was a member of the Knights and Ladies of Security and the Elks of victor, Colo. The body was removed to the United Undertaking Company's parlors and the funeral will be held from their chapel Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. J. Petersen will conduct the service. Pueblo Chieftain - March 22, 1917 - The funeral of Charles Hanson was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the United Undertaking Company's Chapel. Rev. R. J. Peterson conducted the services and the United Quartet sang: "Jesus Saviour Pilot Me," "The Vacant Chair," and "Nearer My God to Thee." The flower bearers were Joe Crona, Aaron Johnson and Nels Nelson. The pall bearers were Gus Erickson, Gus Johnson, Oscar Sjastrom, Sam Lindbert, B. M. Nelson, and Oscar Borg. Interment was in Mountain View.

Hanson, Joe M. (Cpl.)
Cpl. Joe M. Hanson – Pueblo Chieftain – February 8, 1919 – Son of Cattleman On Casualty List – Cpl. Joe M. Hanson whose name appears on the casualty list, is a son of C. G. Hanson, well known cattle and ranch owner of Divide Creek, 9 miles south of Silt. He was 24 years old and enlisted in Co. M under Capt. Cook of Denver, at Rifle on May 20, 1917. The Company was transferred from there to Fort Logan and from there to Camp Kearney September 28, 1917. The company was there segregated and lost its individual identity as a Rifle Co. There were originally 103 members from Rifle and vicinity. Dewey M. Dibble, son of Dr. and Mrs. Dibble of Pueblo, was a member of this Co. It was in June of 1918 that they were transferred to France, and they at once went into action. The last letter received from Cpl. Hanson was written September 23 last, stating that he had been over the top and was ready to go again.

Hanson, L. C.
L. C. Hanson - Pueblo Indicator - March 29, 1947 - East County Line - Sympathy is extended to the relatives of Mr. L. C. Hanson, who passed away Sunday night at his home.

Hanson, L. C. (Mrs.)
Mrs. L. C. Hanson - Pueblo Indicator - May 25, 1946 - East County Line - Sympathy is extended to Mr. L.C. Hanson and family in the loss of wife and mother.

Hanson, N. R.
N. R. Hanson - Atchison (Kansas) Daily Globe - October 5, 1897 - Personal - N. P. Hanson, who lived in Atchison ten years ago, died at Pueblo on Sunday last, of Bright's disease. Note: N. R. Hanson was buried in Roselawn Cemetery in Pueblo, Colorado at the age of 38.

Hanson, Peter
Peter Hanson - Pueblo Chieftain - January 1, 1917 - The funeral of Peter Hanson was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Davis & Vories' chapel. Rev. W. M. Lennox conducted the services, assisted by the Davis-Vories quartette which sang "Lead Kindly Light," "The Soul's Refuge" and "Rock of Ages." The pall bearers were John Hangsman, T. J. Curran, A. L. Brown, G. W. Harper, John McDowall, and H. T. Trisler. Interment was in Mt. View Cemetery.

Hanzlick, Janelle
Janelle (Cash) Hanzlick - Pueblo Chieftain - December 3, 2009 - Janelle (Cash) Hanzlick, 61, of Highlands Ranch and Pebble Creek, Ariz., was born in Pueblo, Colo. She lost her brave battle with cancer at home surrounded by her family on Dec. 1, 2009. Janelle graduated from Pueblo Centennial High School, Class of 1966, and attended the University of Southern Colorado, where she obtained her Master of Arts degree in education. She is survived by her husband, Mike; son, Michael Martucci (Brady); stepson, Cory Hanzlick; stepdaughter, Michele Long (Mark); brothers, Larry Cash and James Cash (Irene); and her five grandchildren, Cavanaugh, Evansten, Amanda, Jessica and Klorissa. Janelle will be remembered by her family and many friends as a person who loved life and loved to laugh. Most importantly, she was a loving wife, mother, sister, stepmother, mother-in-law and Grammy. Visitation, 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, and memorial service, 10 a.m. Monday, both at Olinger Chapel Hill Mortuary, 6601 S. Colorado Blvd., Littleton, CO 80121. Interment to follow memorial service at Olinger Chapel Hill Cemetery. Reception to follow.

Harbough, Charlie
Charlie Harbough – Pueblo Chieftain – September 8, 1918 – Puebloan Dies Suddenly in East – A message was received yesterday by W. O. Harbough, 913 E. 7th St., informing him of the death of his son, Charlie Harbough of Cincinnati, Ohio, formerly of Pueblo, who had been connected with the munitions plant at Cincinnati for the past two years. Mr. Harbough thought that his son had met his death in a munitions plant explosion as no details were given in the first message received, but a later message from his son's wife stated that the cause of his death was unknown but that he took suddenly ill Tuesday and died yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. He was 18 years old and leaves a wife whom he married in Cincinnati. It is not known whether or not the body will be shipped here for burial.

Harbour, Wayne Kelly
Wayne Kelly Harbour - Pueblo Chieftain - April 17, 2010 - Wayne Kelly Harbour, 90. Wayne was born Nov. 20, 1919, in Del Norte, Colo., to Jim and Ruth Harbour, passed away April 14, 2010, in Pueblo. As the eighth of 11 children, Wayne was raised on a Colorado potato farm; an experience he often shared with his family through the many stories and fond memories he held. He attended college in Dodge City, Kan., until he learned of the attack on Pearl Harbor, when he promptly enlisted in the U.S. Navy and proudly served our country through the end of both WWII and the Korean Conflict. Wayne had a full and wonderful life in both California and Colorado. He retired from the flooring installation business and took up other interests that he described as being "easier on his knees." After a life of bird-watching, Wayne had a keen eye and a sharp ear and could name anything that flies. An avid sports fan, he often spent time with a good basketball or football game and even took a shot at golf when he was well into his 80s. Wayne is survived by his wife, Marnie Toevs; his children, Sandy Sell and Susie (Don) Stalcup, both of Orange County, Calif.; stepsons, Dave (Heather), Doug (Lori) and Bruce (Kelly) Nesslage, Ted (Donna), Joel (Mary) and Kim (Renee) Berrian; and stepdaughters, Cindy Jackson and Marnie (Mark) Iorio; nephews, Steve (Diane) Harbour and Tom (Millie) Meardon; six grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren; and numerous personal friends. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Wayne will be missed deeply by all who knew him. Service, 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 20, 2010, at First Presbyterian Church, 220 W. 10th St., with the Rev. Dr. Brad Munroe officiating. Military flag presentation by grandson, Petty Officer Ryan Anderson.

Hardee, Helen
Helen Hardee - Pueblo Chieftain - June 9, 2013 - Helen Hardee, 94, of Fowler, Colo., passed away peacefully on June 4, 2013, in Colorado Springs. Helen was born in Ideal, Colo., to Archie and Elizabeth (Drysdale) Topping. She was the eighth of 10 children born into a coal-mining family. Helen married Howard F. Hardee in 1946 and they enjoyed 50 years together. Helen was preceded in death by her husband, Howard; daughter, Delores Kerbs; six brothers and two sisters. She is survived by her brother, Archie Topping; son and daughter-in-law, Donald and Karen Hardee; son-in-law, Ken Kerbs; grandsons, Dr. David Hardee, Dr. Steven Hardee, Luke Kerbs, John Kerbs; and granddaughters, Sarah Edwards and Emily Degani; five great- grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews and a multitude of friends. Helen worked for many years in the school lunchroom and loved to cook. Visitors to her home were always treated to a favorite dessert or dish. Helen took great pride in her yard and spent many happy hours working there. She loved roses and often shared flowers and vegetables from her garden. Helen also loved to travel and made many trips across the United States visiting family and friends. She was an active member of the Fowler United Methodist Church and the Fowler Historical Society. We would like to extend special thanks to Helen's niece, Sue Pezze, and her granddaughter, Emily Degani, for their loving attention and care to Helen during her stay in Colorado Springs. Services to be held at a later date.

Harden, James
James Harden – Pueblo Chieftain – May 5, 1919 – James Harden Dies – James M. Harden, age 71 years and a resident of the Rye district for the past 33 years, died at the home of his son John T. Harden. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the home. Interment was in Brookside Cemetery in charge of Davis-Vories.

Harden, Nelson Isidore
Nelson Isidore Harden – Pueblo Chieftain – April 10, 1919 – Mrs. Harden Dies – Mrs. Nelson Isidore Harden, age 34 years, died at the family home, 1329 Orman Ave., yesterday morning. She is survived by her husband, Otis J. Harden, one son, Scott, age 9 years, her father, Richard Bybee, Plattsmouth, Nebraska, one brother, Harry Bybee of North Platte, Nebraska, and one sister, Mrs. Ada Henderson, of Stapleton, Nebraska. The funeral will be held from the Davis-Vories Chapel Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Pueblo Chieftain – April 11, 1919 – The funeral of Mrs. Nelson Isidore Harden will be held from the Davis Vories Chapel this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.

Harder, Jeanette
Jeanette Harder - Lexington Clipper-Herald - March 28, 2004 - Jeanette Harder, 75, of Gibbon died Thursday, March 25, 2004, at her home. Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Gibbon Baptist Church with the Rev. John Dunnert officiating. Burial will be at Riverside Cemetery in Gibbon. Visitation will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the church. O'Brien-Straatmann-Apfel Funeral Home in Kearney is in charge of arrangements. She was born Aug. 28, 1928, in Gibbon to Vern and Clare (Widdowson) Rosenthal. On Jan. 21, 1950, she married Leo Harder in Gibbon. He died Feb. 23, 2003. Survivors include her son, Gregory of Colorado City, Colo.; daughters, Beverly Fossen of Chaska, Minn., and Robin McGahan of Omaha; brother, Don Rosenthal of Grand Island; and sister, Verla Lange of Gibbon. Additional survivors include her daughter-in-law, Lisa of Colorado City; sons-in-law, Larry Fossen of Chaska and Timothy McGahan of Omaha; sisters-in-law, Shirley Rosenthal of Grand Island and Wilma Harder of Gibbon; brother-in-law, Wayne Lange of Gibbon; and grandchildren Claire, Kayla, Abby, Aaron, Garret and Colton. She grew up in the Shelton area and lived in the Hayes Center area for five years before moving back to Gibbon. She graduated from Shelton High School in 1945 and attended Kearney State College for two years. She and her husband lived in Gibbon. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Gibbon, Bits and Pieces Quilt Club and ABW, which is a women's group of the Baptist Church. She enjoyed sewing, quilting and watching birds. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents and a sister, Gwendowlen Kloeski. Memorials are suggested to the church in Gibbon.

Hardesty, Raymond
Raymond Hardesty – Pueblo Chieftain – February 19, 1919 – Sad Rumor – There is a roomer of float to the effect that Raymond Hardesty who was drowned in Mineral Palace Lake Monday, did not come by his death of his own fault. A story is told by one of the boys present at the time the catastrophe occurred that an older boy pushed the 3 boys in the water. The police are working on the case and insufficient evidence is secured to warrant it, and inquest will be held. Pueblo Chieftain – February 19, 1919 – The body of Raymond Hardesty will be forwarded today to Barnesville, Ohio, by the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain – February 20, 1919 – The body of Raymond Hardesty was forwarded yesterday by the McCarthy Undertaking Co. to Barnesville, Ohio.

Hardgrave, Basil W.
Basil W. Hardgrave - Pueblo Chieftain - January 26, 2009 - Basil W. Hardgrave, 88, passed away on Jan. 23, 2009. He was preceded in death by his parents, Benjamin Earl Hardgrave and Coy Mae Boyer Hardgrave. Survived by wife, Sue Ashley Hardgrave; children, Billy D. (Charlotte L.) Hardgrave, Weld County, Colo., and Barry W. (Diane) Hardgrave, Clinton, Okla.; seven grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren; sisters, Eurla (Don) Everett, Wanda (Tom) Spetter, Joanne Bohannon and Yvonne (James) Howell; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Basil retired from the Civil Service with the U.S. Air Force and served in the U.S. Navy in World War II. He was a member of Pueblo West Ecumenical Church, where a memorial service will be held, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2009. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Hardgrave, Sue A.
Sue A. Hardgrave - Pueblo Chieftain - May 29, 2011 - Sue A. Hardgrave, 92, passed away May 24, 2011. She is survived by her sons, Billy (Charlotte) Hardgrave and Barry (Diane) Hardgrave; seven grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren and her niece, Pat Canales. Sue loved to travel with her late husband, Basil; was very athletic enjoying playing golf and bowling, enjoyed needlework and sewing and loved her church family at Pueblo West Ecumenical Church. Memorial service, 1 p.m. Wednesday, Pueblo West Ecumenical Church.

Hardin, Bernadine
Bernadine Hardin - Pueblo Chieftain - February 2, 2012 - Bernadine Hardin, who was very proud of her Polish heritage, was born Oct. 16, 1930, and passed away Feb. 1, 2012. She is survived by her children, Valeri Hardin, Trish (Ron) Osgood, Robyn (Ken Harp) Hardin, and Eric Hardin; grandchildren, Doug and Jeff Horn, Lee and Amber Carara, Jared and Dillon Meyer, Trevor and Erica Hardin; four great-grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Memorial Mass, 11 a.m. Tuesday, Our Lady of the Meadows. Inurnment at Imperial Memorial Gardens at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made in her name to Our Lady of the Meadows or Sangre de Cristo Hospice.

Hardin, James W.
James W. Hardin - Pueblo Indicator - April 20, 1935 - Crow - We all regret the death of Mr. Nip Hardin. He is an old time resident of this community. Rye - James W. Hardin, familiarly known as “Nip Hardin” passed away at the home of his son, Fred Hardin, Tuesday, April 23rd. Mr. Hardin had lived here for more that sixty years. Another one of Rye's early settlers has passed on.

Hardin, Martha M.
Martha M. Hardin - Pueblo Chieftain - November 2, 1917 - Miss Martha M. Harden, beloved by a wide circle of friends in Rye, Colorado, died at the family home in that town at an early hour yesterday morning. Deceased was the daughter of J. W. Hardin, of Rye, and was a native of Pueblo County, where she was born 38 years ago. Miss Hardin had been ill for several months. Her condition became alarming about two weeks ago, since which time the patient had failed steadily until death relieved her suffering yesterday. Funeral services will be held at the family home in Rye this morning at 10 o'clock, and interment will be made on the family lot at Brookside Cemetery under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company of this city.

Hardin, William David
William David Hardin - Pueblo Chieftain - April 21, 2013 - William David Hardin, 67, of Pueblo West, passed away April 20, 2013. Survived by his wife, Beverly Jeanne Adams-Hardin, of the family home; son, William Brandon Hardin, Los Angeles, Calif.; grandson, Aden Michael Taylor-Hardin; brother, Donald Hardin, Boise, Idaho; and mother-in-law, Leora Elizabeth Adams, Pueblo West. Veteran of the Vietnam War and life member of the DAV. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 1:30 p.m. Monday, April 22, 2013, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with Pastor David Miller officiating. Those who desire may make a memorial to the National Rifle Association or to the DAV through the funeral home.

Harding, Lawrence
Lawrence “Larry” Harding - Pueblo Chieftain - January 17, 2012 - Lawrence “Larry” Harding passed away Jan. 15, 2012, with his life partner, Carol Solo, by his side. He was born in the small town of Beaver City, Neb., on the Eastern Plains, later becoming a lifelong resident of Pueblo. During his youth, Larry spent four years in the Army serving our country. He retired from his work in youth corrections and became a master woodworker. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, ping pong, darts, and gathering with family and friends. He is survived by his partner, Carol Solo; his son, Lawrence and his wife, Leo; daughter, Kimberleigh; other family members and friends. At Larry's request, there will be no service. In lieu of flowers or gifts, please make a contribution to St. Jude Children's Hospital. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Harding, Margaret
Margaret Harding - Pueblo Chieftain - August 14, 2011 - Margaret Harding, 93, passed away Aug. 9, 2011. Viewing, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, and graveside service to follow at 11a.m., Imperial Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Hardrick, Carl W.
Carl W. Hardrick - Pueblo Chieftain - October 29, 2010 - Carl W. Hardrick passed away Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010, at Parkview Medical Center in Pueblo. He was born March 6, 1921, in Sparks, Okla. Carl was one of 13 children born to John and Florence Dibler Hardrick. After his family moved to Colorado, Carl worked at a variety of jobs, including driving trucks, working in the mill in Pueblo and farming. Carl married Violet Wagner in Pueblo. They had four children. After serving in WWII, Carl purchased a farm near Loma, Colo., where he farmed until his retirement. In 2005, Carl returned to Pueblo, where he met and married Dale Bible. They enjoyed spending time with their families, their friends at Presbyterian Towers and their church. Carl is survived by his wife, Dale; children, Patricia Tarro of Reno, Nev., Carl A. of Wasilla, Alaska, Sharon (Dale) Fenwick of Apopka, Fla., and Dennis (Marty) of Loma, Colo.; eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. He also is survived by his sister, Anna Coil; his brother, Daniel Hardrick; and by Dale's two sisters, five children, 12 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by his parents, 10 siblings and one grandson. Visitation, 3 to 7 p.m. today, Imperial Funeral Home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 30, Praise Assembly of God. Burial will follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Hardrick, Daniel
Daniel Hardrick - Pueblo Chieftain - May 2, 2013 - Daniel Hardrick, 88, of Pueblo, passed away April 29, 2013. Survived by his wife, Audrey; children, Danny Hardrick and Virginia Johnson. Preceded in death by daughter, Judy Hardrick. Memorial service will be at 1 p.m. Friday, May 3, 2013, at Roselawn Funeral Home Chapel.

Hardy, John Howard III
John Howard Hardy III - Pueblo Chieftain - July 7, 2010 - John Howard Hardy III, 59, of Pueblo West, passed away on July 5, 2010. He is survived by his children, John Howard Hardy IV, Crystal Wetz and Tana Hardy; grandchildren, Kelsey Wetz, Kyler Wetz, Jordan Gallegos and Emily Lyn Gallegos; father, John Hardy Jr.; sister, Deanna (Emilio) Vazquez; special friends and coworkers; and numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. He enjoyed riding his motorcycle and working on it, reading and traveling the open road. Celebration of life, 6 p.m. today, Romero Chapel. Family and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following service.

Hardy, L.
L. Hardy - Rocky Mountain News - March 19, 1883 - Kansas City, March 18 - Mr. L. Hardy, a retired business man and well-known citizen of Pueblo, Colo., died at the Union depot this afternoon. He was suffering from mountain fever and had come East in search of relief.

Hardy, Steven
Steven “Santa” Hardy - Pueblo Chieftain - January 27, 2011 - Steven “Santa” Hardy, 67, passed away Jan. 24, 2011. He is survived by Char Hardy; children, Eli Hardy, Holly (David) Waller, Phebe (Greg) Golden; grandchildren, Dylan, Chandler, Peyton, Natalie, Hayden; brothers, Mike (Marta) Hardy, Tom Hardy, numerous nieces, nephews and an abundance of loving friends. Steve attended New Day Church. He was very strong in his faith and enjoyed sharing it with others. He loved riding and spending time with family and friends. Memorial contributions may be made to the Pueblo Bikers United through the funeral home. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011, at Parkhill Baptist Church. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Harenberg, John Jay
John Jay Harenberg - Albuquerque Journal - March 28, 2007 - John Jay Harenberg, 78, of Santa Fe, passed away Sunday, March 25, 2007 after a long battle with melanoma. He was born in Cokedale, CO and grew up in Trinidad, CO area. After serving with the U.S. Army in Germany and Korea, Jay was employed by Mountain Bell and retired with over 30 years of service. Jay enjoyed sports of all kinds, especially baseball, tennis, and golf. He was a member of the Northern New Mexico Golf Association, Christ Lutheran Church, and the St. Vincent Hospital Auxiliary. Jay is survived by his loving wife of 56 years, Marilyn; and his daughters, Jan Stockhoff and husband, Cy, and their children, Maren and Paul, of Albuquerque, NM, Jill O'Neill and husband, Greg, and their children, Jennifer and Kevin of Silverthorne, CO, and Denise Southerland and husband, Robert of Farmington. He is also survived by his brother, Frank Harenberg, and nephew, Jay. His family wishes to thank PMS Home Care and Hospice Center, especially Christina, for their care and kindness. A Memorial Service will be conducted at 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, 2007 at Christ Lutheran Church at Old Pecos Trail and St. Michael's Drive. In lieu of flowers, his family requests memorial contributions be made to Christ Lutheran Church or PMS Home Care and Hospice Center, 1400 Chama Ave,, Santa Fe, NM 87503-3372. Arrangements are under the direction of "The Rivera-DeVargas Family of Santa Fe Funeral Options and Memorial Gardens" 417 E. Rodeo Rd. Santa Fe, NM 87505

Hargeniez, Parferial
Parferial Hargeniez - Pueblo Chieftain – March 29, 1918 – Parferial Hargeniez, age 29 years, died in this city Wednesday evening. The funeral will be held from our Carmel Church this afternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment will be made in Roselawn Cemetery, in charge of Davis-Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – March 30, 1918 – The funeral of Parferial Hargeniez was held yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from Mount Carmel Catholic Church. Interment was made at Roselawn Cemetery under the direction of Davis & Vories.

Hargrave, Paul
Paul Hargrave – Pueblo Chieftain – October 9, 1917 – Dies in Pennsylvania – Mrs. Paul Hargrave received word last night of the death of her husband in Homestead, Pa., on Sunday and left this morning for her home. Mr. Hargrave was a former resident of Pueblo, and is a member of Pueblo Lodge B. P. O. Elks and Knights of Pythias.

Hargraves, Diana D.
Diana D. Hargraves - Pueblo Chieftain - May 9, 2012 - Diana D. Hargraves, 66, passed away May 4, 2012. She was predeceased by her husband, Roger Hargraves; and her parents, William and Corrine Daugherty. Survived by her children, Kari (Brian) Harper, Littleton, Colo., and Ken Hargraves, Pueblo, Colo.; and grandchildren, Shyane, Bryson and Jamison. Diana was retired from School District No. 60, where she was a teacher. She enjoyed bowling in the Teacher's League and was a member of Eagles Auxiliary No. 145. Cremation, with a memorial service, 2 p.m. Saturday at Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. On behalf of her granddaughter, Shyane, in lieu of food and flowers, the family respectfully requests that contributions and checks be made to the Diana Hargraves Memorial Fund, which may be completed at any US Bank. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Hargrove, Lucile
Lucile Hargrove – Pueblo Chieftain – December 19, 1918 – Well-Known Negress of Pueblo Is Dead – Mrs. Lucile Hargrove, for years one of the most prominent members of the Negro race in Pueblo and famed for her excellent cooking, died December 1 in Quincy, Illinois, where she had gone to visit relatives. The influenza broke out in that city about the time Mrs. Hargrove reached there and she immediately offered her services as a nurse. She served in both of the hospitals there and in numerous private homes. Then contracted the disease herself and died at the St. Mary hospital in that city. Mrs. Hargrove was 52 years old and a communicant of the Church of the Ascension in Pueblo. A former rector of the Church of Ascension, but now Dean of the St. John's Cathedral of Quincy, W. D. Cohen, conducted the funeral services for Mrs. Hargrove. The body was taken to Salisbury, Missouri, for interment. For the past several years numerous dinners given by Pueblo society people were prepared by Mrs. Hargrove. She was famed as an excellent cook and her services always were in demand. For two years she had charge of the Commerce Club cafeteria.

Hargrove, Theresa Maria
Theresa Maria Hargrove - Huerfano Journal - March 17, 2014 - Funeral services for Theresa Maria Hargrove were held Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 2 pm at the St. Teresa's Catholic Church in Okemah, OK. Interment followed at the Morse Cemetery north of Okemah. A Rosary service was held Monday, March 3rd at 7 pm at the Parks Brothers Funeral Home Chapel in Okemah. Theresa Maria Hargrove was born October 15, 1933 in Walsenburg, Colorado to Gil Vigil and Eva (Quintana) Vigil. She passed away, Thursday, February 27, 2014 in Okemah, OK at the age of 80. Theresa graduated from St. Mary's High School in Walsenburg, Colorado and later graduated from St. Mary's Nursing School in Pueblo, Colorado. She and Bobby A. Hargrove were married November 27, 1954 in Walsenburg, Colorado; he preceded her in death on December 4, 2011. Theresa worked many years as a licensed practical nurse in Okemah. She worked at the Okmulgee Memorial Hospital, Okfuskee Memorial Hospital and the Creek Nation Hospital. She also worked with Dr. Spickard, Dr. Charles Elliott and Dr. Noel Miller. Theresa was a caring and talented nurse, having helped numerous families and doctors during childbirth. She was a longtime and devoted member of the St. Teresa's Catholic Church of Okemah and St. Teresa's Altar Society. Theresa was very involved in the community, having helped organize the first St. Jude Fund Raiser in Okemah and the Okemah Girl Scouts. She was especially involved with Okemah Public Schools. Theresa was an avid supporter of Okemah Athletics and was involved with the Booster Club, the Band Booster Club and Okemah Little League. She was a loving and caring friend to many and will be missed by all who knew her. Also preceding her in death were her parents; one son, Robert Hargrove; one brother- in-law, Larry Hargrove; 5 brothers and 4 sisters. Survivors include her two sons, Steve Hargrove of Okemah and Richard Hargrove of Okemah; three daughters, Angela Grissom and husband Brian of Choctaw, Monica Hargrove and partner Stephanie of Broken Arrow and Eva Cox and husband Mike of Okemah; one brother, Arthur Vigil and wife Blondie of Walsenburg, Colorado; two sisters, Genevieve Atencio of Denver, Colorado and Bernice Espinosa of Pueblo, Colorado; one brother-in-law, Gary Hargrove and wife Debbie of Lindsey, Oklahoma; 13 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews and extended family. Serving as active pallbearers were Dennis Lucas, Michael Cox, Cole Grissom, Russell Alsover, Timothy Hargrove, Kyle Hunter, Chris Tate, Josh Bright and Dustin Potts. Honorary bearers included Cookie Bridgeford, Shirley Been, Jane Curry and Vickie Ned. Viewing and visitation were on Saturday, March 1, 2014, from 3 to 8 pm, Sunday, 12 to 8 pm and Monday, 8:30 am to 8 pm at the Parks Brothers Funeral Home Chapel in Okemah. Services were under the direction of Parks Brothers Funeral Home, Okemah and officiated by Father Peter Phung.

Harlan, James Clifford Sr.
James Clifford Harlan Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - January 14, 2009 - James Clifford Harlan Sr. passed away Dec. 24, 2008. He was preceded in death by his wife of 66 years, Lelah Marion (Willey) Harlan, who passed away Dec. 17, 2003. Survived by his son, James Clifford (Marie DeNiro) Harlan Jr.; his daughter, Janis Lee (Bill D.) Burnett; seven grandchildren, Shawn, Bill, Matt, C.T., Jamie, Nicola and Tiare; 13 great-grandchildren and one great- great-grand-daughter. Also survived by his half brothers and sister, Alfred and Cecil Harlan and Valda Harlan (Oscar) Davis and their families. James was a loving, gentle husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend. He lost his love and best friend five years ago with the passing of his wife. Cliff was an avid reader all his life and the past several years enjoyed books on tape. A memorial service will be held in his honor at 1 p.m. Friday, Jan. 16, 2009, in the chapel at Adrian Comer Funeral Home. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made to the Colorado Talking Book Library through the funeral home.

Harlan, John
John Harlan - Trinidad Chronicle - February 24, 1903 - Little Boy Dragged To Death By A Frightened Horse - Las Animas County - John Harlan, twelve years old, meets a tragic death in Sunflower Valley. A shocking and deplorable accident occurred at the ranch of John Harlan, five miles east of Hoehne, about 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Mr. Harlan's son, John, 12 years of age, and a younger brother had driven several horses into a corral for the purpose of catching two which they intended hitching up. John roped one of the animals, which became frightened and in circling about the rope was wound around the body and legs of the lad. The horse began running and dragged the boy for fully three-quarters of a mile before being caught. His head was battered and bruised beyond recognition and he was dead when reached. The body was also terribly bruised and the clothing torn into tatters. The funeral was held from the church in Hoehne at 1 o'clock this afternoon and interment was made in the cemetery north of Trinidad. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan have had more than their share of grief the past three years, this being the third child of theirs to meet with tragic death in that length of time. About a year ago a little daughter was drowned in a lake near the ranch, and two years before a baby boy fell out of the wagon and was instantly killed. The baby was in its mother's arms. The wagon was upset in a runaway and as the occupants tumbled out, the child's head struck a wheel, crushing the skull. The parents are heartbroken and they have the sincere sympathy of all in their third great affliction. They have three other children, two boys and a girl, all quite young.

Harlan, Levi
Levi Harlan - Pueblo Chieftain - September 15, 1917 - Levi Harlan, age 25 years, died at an early hour yesterday morning at 1009 East Orman Avenue following an illness of several months. The deceased came to Pueblo four months ago from Hulbert, Oklahoma for the benefit of his health. He was a member of the Woodman. Surviving him are his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Harlan, and one brother, Solomon Harlan. The remains will be forwarded by the McCarthy Undertaking Company to Hulbert, Oklahoma, for burial accompanied by his father and mother, the time to be announced later. Pueblo Chieftain - September 16, 1917 - The body of Levi Harlan was forwarded last evening to Hulbert, Oklahoma, by the McCarthy Undertaking Company for interment, accompanied by relatives.

Harley, James F.
Rev. James F. Harley - Pueblo Chieftain - June 28, 2009 - Rev. James F. Harley, 84, passed away June 24, 2009. Rev. Harley was born in Darlington, S.C., March 25, 1925, to Harry H. and Effie M. Harley. He was preceded in death by his parents; son, James Philip Harley; and six siblings. He is survived by his loving wife of 59 years marriage, Carolyn J. Harley; sons, Keith (Peggy) and John (Laura); daughter-in-law, Nora Harley; eight grandchildren, three great-grandchildren; and a sister, Irma Call. Rev. Harley was Pastor at churches in Batesburg, S.C., Effingham, S.C, and Honolulu, Hawaii, and was Hospital Chaplain at Colorado State Hospital and Western State Hospital. He also acted as Minister of Visitation for First Baptist Church in Pueblo, Colo., until his retirement. In addition to serving many Christian communities and families across the country, Jim will be remembered by his family as a loving husband, father and grandfather. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Tuesday, June 30, 2009, First Baptist Church, 405 W. Ninth St., Pueblo. In lieu of food and flowers, the family requests memorial donations to be made to Watoto Child Care Ministry through Montgomery & Steward.

Harman, Betty A.
Betty A. Harman - Pueblo Chieftain - December 2, 2012 - Betty A. Harman, 96 passed away November 29, 2012 in Pueblo, CO. Betty was born in Pueblo, CO. to Michael and Mary Dolinar in 1916. She is preceded in death by both her parents; sisters, Mary Gianette, and Helen Black; and brother, Michael Dolinar; and husband, Leonard Harman, the love of her life. Survived by her many friends and neighbors Betty enjoyed cooking and collecting dolls. She was especially proud of her Slovenian heritage. Visitation will be 11:00am to 1:00pm, Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at Roselawn Funeral Home. Funeral Mass will be 10:00am, Thursday, December 6, 2012 at St. Francis Church, 611 Logan St, Pueblo, CO. Interment, to follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Reception to follow at Roselawn Hall.

Harman, Ruth M.
Ruth M. Harman - Pueblo Chieftain - August 17, 2013 - Ruth M. Harman, 74. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

Harmel, Duane Russell
Duane Russell Harmel - Capital Times - September 21, 2004 - Duane Russell Harmel, age 78, passed away Saturday, Sept. 18, 2004, at the Willows Nursing and Rehabilitation in Sun Prairie. He was born on April 17, 1926, in Baraboo, the son of Herman and La Veta (Johnson) Harmel. Duane married Florence L. Kammers in Baraboo, on Aug. 9, 1947. He was a member of Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church. He was a veteran of World War II serving from June 6, 1944, until June 6, 1946, with the U.S. Navy. Duane was a printer at Webcrafters, Madison, for many years. His interests included big band music, ballroom dancing, and reading. He is survived by his wife, Florence; his children, James T. (Anne) of Arlington Heights, Ill., Jeanne K. (Ronald) Horstman of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Thomas L. of Union Grove; and grandchildren, Jennifer Hutchens, Meggan Harmel, Matthew Horstman and Christopher Harmel; a great-granddaughter, Grace Reilly Hutchens; and a sister, Carol Shale of Reedsburg. He was preceded in death by his parents. A funeral Mass will be held at SACRED HEARTS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 227 Columbus St., Sun Prairie, at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2004, with Monsignor Duane Moellenberndt officiating. Friends may call on Tuesday at the church from 10 a.m. until 11 a.m. Entombment will be at Roselawn Memorial Park, Madison. Tuschen-Newcomer Funeral Home 302 Columbus St. Sun Prairie (608) 837-5400

Harmes, Albert J. Jr.
Albert J. “Charlie” Harmes Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - January 1, 2010 - Albert J. “Charlie” Harmes Jr., 63, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on Dec. 29, 2009. Preceded in death by his father, Albert J. Harmes Sr. Survived by his mother, Clorinda Harmes; daughter, Marlene (Joe) Lara; grandchildren, Sammy and Moses; sisters, Joanne (Chuck) Paige, Pearl Wilburn, Theresa (Joe) Montoya; and brother, Bobby Harmes; numerous nieces and nephews and beloved friends. Charlie will be forever loved and remembered as a kind and loving man. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service, 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 2, Angelus Chapel, with reception to follow.

Harmes, Clorinda
Clorinda Harmes - Pueblo Chieftain - August 18, 2013 - Clorinda Harmes, 96, of Pueblo, passed away Aug. 15, 2013. Preceded in death by husband, Albert; son, Charlie; parents and numerous siblings. Survived by children, Joann E. (Chuck) Paige, Pearl Wilburn, Robert Harmes and Debbie (Joe) Montoya; sister, Mary Andreatta; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She loved to cook, travel and enjoyed Las Vegas. Special thanks to everyone who helped Clorinda make her last months and days bright and as shiny as possible. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2013, at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery.

Harmes, John P.
John P. Harmes - Rocky Mountain News - April 30, 1993 - John P. Harmes, 65, of Denver died April 23 at home. Services were April 27 in Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Burial was in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mr. Harmes was born in Walsenburg. He worked 35 years for the Colorado and Southern and Burlington Northern railroads. Mr. Harmes served in the Merchant Marine during World War II and in the Army during the Korean War. He is survived by his wife, Esther; four sons, John Jr., Steven and Glenn, all of Denver, and James of Trinidad; one daughter, Eva of Denver; one sister, Berlina Prado; one brother, Charles, both of Denver; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Contributions: Holy Trinity Catholic Church and School, 7595 Federal Blvd., Westminster 80030.

Harmon, Betty Jean
Betty Jean Harmon - Pueblo Chieftain - January 19, 2013 - Betty Jean Harmon, 81 of Pueblo, passed away Jan. 10, 2013. Preceded in death by her husband, Paul Harmon. Survived by children, Donald (Rozanne) Harmon, Reta (John) Zane, Ronald Harmon; sisters, Louella (Bob) Hough, Shirley (Joe) Hughes; loving grandchildren and great-grandchildren; numerous relatives and special friends. Mom loved life and shared that love with everyone. Her love was unconditional. Special thanks to Sangre de Cristo Hospice. Memorial service will be at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 21, 2013, at Majestic Baptist, 494 E. Hemlock Drive, Pueblo West, CO 81007.

Harmon, Daniel D.
Daniel D. Harmon - Pueblo Chieftain - March 12, 2014 - Daniel D. Harmon finished his race on Saturday, March 8, 2014. Born in Logan, Kan., on June 21, 1935. He was a paratrooper with the 11th Airborne Division and served in Korea with the 508 Airborne Regimental Combat Team. He retired from the CF&I Steel Mill with 30 years of service and School District 60 with 15 years of service. Survived by his wife, JoAnn; daughter, Dana Jo (Randy) Clark of McPherson, Kan.; son-in-law, Greg Doll of Goodland, Kan.; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and sister, Iva Lee (Gerald) Putnam. Dan was preceded in death by his daughter, Vickie Doll; and parents, the Rev. Preston and Venice Harmon. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Sunday, March 16, 2014, First Church of the Nazarene, 84 Stanford Ave. Micah 6:8, “...and what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” Dan's life reflected II Timothy 4:7, “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Harmon, David L. Sr.
David L. Harmon Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - February 12, 1919 - David L. Harmon Sr. of Pueblo, a military veteran, passed away Feb. 8, 2014, in his home at the age of 79. Survived by his five children, Donald Stanley, Karen Gay, Teresa Harmon, Susan Manchester, David L. Harmon Jr.; and numerous grandchildren. There will be a memorial at 6 p.m. on Feb. 13, at 1713 E. 17th St., Pueblo.

Harmon, Donna Jean
Donna Jean Harmon - Pueblo Chieftain - May 3, 2013 - Donna Jean Harmon, 64, passed away on May 1, 2013. She was preceded in death by her parents, Henry and Wilma Williams; and brother, Butch Williams. She is survived by her daughters, Tammy (Jim) Mai, Ranae Pachek and Bobbi Archuleta; grandchildren, Natisha (Charlie) Archuleta, Jerry (Gabby) Archuleta, Brenda (Andres) Boyd, Joseph Archuleta; great-grandchildren, Kaidence, Gracelynn, Ellionna and Kayson. Donna loved her girls and was a very strong woman who overcame many battles in her life. She also loved and adored her pets. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 4, 2013, at The Vine Church, 625 E. Ninth , Pueblo, Colo. A special thank you to Sangre de Cristo Hospice and to Dr. Michael Barris. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Harmon, Kyle
Kyle Harmon - Colorado Springs Gazette - February 17, 2005 - 8 Die as Jet Crashes Near Pueblo - Circuit City Plane Was Trying to Land in Freezing Rain -Pueblo - Federal authorities today will start looking for the reasons a corporate jet crashed and burned Wednesday morning east of Pueblo Memorial Airport, killing all eight people on board. The victims were the pilot and co-pilot, four employees of Circuit City Stores Inc. of Richmond, Va., and two others. The identities of those killed hadn't been released by late Wednesday. The twin-engine Cessna Citation C560 left Richmond on Wednesday morning en route to Irvine, Calif. It went down at 9:13 a.m. and burst into flames about five miles east of the Pueblo airport, Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Allen Kenitzer said. The crash site was near a dairy farm, west of the Pueblo Chemical Depot, where the military stores chemical weapons. The plane was attempting an instrument landing in freezing drizzle after filing a flight plan citing Pueblo as its destination, FAA spokesman Mike Fergus said. However, Pueblo County Sheriff Dan Corsentino said Pueblo was to be the aircraft's second of two fuel stops. "Two witnesses said they heard loud popping," Corsentino said, adding that they didn't actually see the crash. It was traveling with a companion aircraft, Corsentino said, which was 10 to 12 minutes behind it and landed safely. He did not identify who the second plane's passengers were affiliated with but said some of them boarded commercial flights out of Denver later Wednesday to "return home." He did not give their destination. Sheriff's deputies and investigators initially searched the site for survivors. When they found none, they cordoned off the site and waited for National Transportation Safety Board investigators. Pueblo Memorial Airport Manager Jerry Brienza said the airport has never experienced "a crash of this magnitude." "As far as I know, (the pilot) didn't declare an emergency," Brienza said after talking to air traffic controllers. He described the weather at 900 feet as "broken sky," at 1,400 feet as "overcast" and said the wind was at 7 knots - about 8 mph. A small Mesa jet had just landed at the airport minutes before. "It's not uncommon for aircraft to land safely in this weather," Brienza said. Circuit City confirmed on its Web site that a plane registered to the company had crashed in Colorado and had eight people on board, four of whom were employees of the company. None was an officer, the posting noted, adding no comment would be made pending notification of relatives. "Our thoughts and prayers are with their loved ones during their time of need," Circuit City CEO W. Alan McCollough said in a statement to the Associated Press. Circuit City owns about a half dozen stores along the Front Range and 50 stores within 100 miles of Irvine. The investigation will be conducted by an eight-member NTSB team from Washington, D.C., headed by chairman and CEO Ellen Engleman Conners. The team was to arrive in Colorado late Wednesday. NTSB teams are sent to multiple-fatality or air-carrier crashes. The crash site, which covered a half-mile radius, was bordered by sheriff's and coroner's vehicles who kept vigil over the wreckage and did not remove the bodies until federal authorities arrived. Sheriff's spokesman Steve Bryant said late Wednesday a representative from a local funeral home was on the scene to remove the bodies. Note: There is a memorial stone honoring the plane crash victims in Chico Cemetery in Pueblo County, Colorado. None of the victims were buried there.

Harmon, Leonard D.
Leonard D. Harmon - Pueblo Chieftain - July 29, 2010 - Leonard D. Harmon, 71, of Manzanola, passed away July 25, 2010. At his request, there will be no services. He is survived by his son, Pat Harmon; daughter, Sherry (Marvin) Houston; six grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Frosty and Marie Harmon; wife, Yvonne Harmon; and granddaughter, Danielle Harmon.

Harness, Jobe Lee
Jobe Lee Harness – Pueblo Chieftain – April 25, 1919 – Pioneer of County Dies – Jobe Lee Harness, a well-known resident of this county died yesterday afternoon at his home at the fairgrounds. Mr. Harness was born at Palestine, Ill., on January 3, 1866. He received his early education at Palestine, later graduating from an eastern university. He came to this city 34 years ago and engaged in the cattle business at Goodpasture. His partner being William Kearney of this city. Early in October he was stricken with influenza and gradually grew weaker until the end came yesterday. He was a man of sterling character, a friend to the man in need, and loved by everyone with whom he came in contact. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Nancy Dix of Terre Haute, Indiana, and one cousin, Paul Wilson, formerly of this city, but now residing at Hotchkiss, Colo. Funeral announcements are withheld pending the word from relatives. Arrangements are in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Co. Pueblo Chieftain - April 27, 1919 - The funeral of Jobe Lee Harness will be held from the McCarthy Chapel this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Thos. Casady will conduct the services. Interment in Mountain View Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain – April 28, 1919 – The funeral of Jobe Lee Harness took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Rev. Thomas Cassady conducted the services. Mrs. R. T. McCarthy, accompanied by Mrs. H. M. McCarthy, sang "Rock of Ages," and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." The flower bearers were Arthur Kearney and Walter Murray. The pallbearers were Matt Kearney, Lou Thompson, Lee Roper, Jack York, Ted Murray, and John Garnet. Interment Mountain View.

Harness, Sally (Sister)
Sister Sally Harness - Telegraph-Forum - September 2, 2004 - Sister Sally Harness, Sister of Charity, died Wednesday, August 25, 2004, at the age of 79, at the Motherhouse of the Sisters of Charity, Mount Saint Joseph, Ohio. She is survived by sister and brothers, Barbara Herrnstein (John), Daniel R. Harness (Jane) and Robert L. Harness (Garnet), all of Chillicothe; sister, Virginia Marsh, of Seattle, WA; and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased in death by her parents, Margaret Smith and Daniel R. Harness, and sisters Sammy Perdue, Elizabeth Collins, Mary Bowman and Josephine Harness. Sr. Sally was a graduate of Chillicothe High School and the Good Samaritan School of Nursing, Cincinnati. She entered the Convent at Mount Saint Joseph in 1947, and celebrated her Golden Jubilee in 1997. During her career as an operating room nurse and IV supervisor, she was assigned to hospitals in Colorado Springs, CO, Pueblo, CO, Trinidad, CO, Santa Fe, NM, Albuquerque, NM, Good Samaritan Hospital, in Dayton, and Good Samaritan Hospital, in Cincinnati. Visitation was Tuesday, August 31, followed by Mass of Christian Burial at Motherhouse Chapel. Memorials contributions may be made to the Sisters of Charity Retirement Fund, 5900 Delhi Road, Mount St. Joseph, OH 45051.

Harney, Betty
Betty Harney - Pueblo Chieftain - November 20, 2009 - Betty Harney, Pueblo native, passed away Nov. 14 in Anchorage, Alaska after a lengthy illness. Betty lived most of her 86 years in Pueblo where she worked as a dietician and was active in many community groups. Colorado services for Betty are planned for next summer in Pueblo with internment to follow in Canyon City. Notice of service time will run in this paper.

Harney, John Patrick
John Patrick Harney – Pueblo Chieftain – January 7, 1919 – J. P. Harney Dies – John Patrick Harney, age 35 years, died at the residence, 605 W. 12th St., yesterday. Mr. Bartley was born at Swallows, Colorado, and had lived practically all of his life in this vicinity where he leaves many friends to mourn his death. He was a signal tower watchman in the employ of the Santa Fe Railroad Co. Surviving him are his wife and three children. Funeral announcement will be made later by the McCarthy Undertaking Co. Pueblo Chieftain – January 8, 1919 – The funeral of John Harney will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the McCarthy Chapel.

Harnish, Julia Mae
Julia Mae Harnish - Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home - October 06, 2004 - Julia Mae Harnish, age, 78, died Sunday, September 26, 2004 in Trinidad, Colorado. She was born March 24, 1926, in Trinidad to Fred and Anne (Diemer) Griffith. She is survived by her husband Robert Harnish of Trinidad; sons Arnie ( Cherly ) Alishio of Golden, Colorado; Harve ( Debbie ) Harnish, Trinidad, Colorado; daughter Shilloy ( Russ ) Lowe, Lowell, Montana; brother Edwin Griffith, Alamogordo, New Mexico and sister Wilma Garlutzo, Denver, Colorado. Visitation will be Thursday September 30 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. A rosary will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Funeral mass will be held Friday October 1, at 10 a.m. at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Burial with Rite of Committal will follow at Trinidad Catholic Cemetery. The family has entrusted Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home with the arrangements.

Harnish, Robert V.
Robert V. Harnish - Trinidad Times Independent - February 17, 2011 - Robert V. Harnish, 84, passed away Feb. 15, 2011, in Trinidad. He was born in Trinidad March 4, 1926. He was a veteran, having served in the United States Navy during World War II. Robert married Julia Griffith Alishio on June 25, 1954. He was an electrician for many years, being employed at Plains Electric out of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and at the Adolph Coors Company in Golden, Colorado. He then moved back to Trinidad and was employed by the Allen Mine and following that at Trinidad State Junior College as an instructor. Robert was an avid golfer and enjoyed participating and following the sport for many years and into retirement golfing both in the Denver area and at the Trinidad golf courses. He was a member of Trinidad Golf Association for over 40 years. Preceding him in death was his beloved wife Julia, his parents Harvey and Mary Harnish, brothers Charles, Jim and Bill. Survivors include his children, Arnie (Cheryl) Alishio, Lakewood, Shilloy (Russ) Lowe, Laurel, Mont. and Harvey (Debbie) Harnish, Trinidad. He is also survived by six grandchildren, Denise Cook, Brighton, Jeff (Serendipity) Alishio, Lakewood, Mike (Becky) Lowe, Laurel, Steve (Amber) Lowe, Marysville, Wash. Maddie (Brad) Fox, Ekalaka, Ark. and Elizabeth (Ben) Davis, Billings, Mont. Robert also had eight great grandchildren, Caleb and Matthew Lowe, Lillian and Leopaldo Alishio, Ruth and Naomi Fox, and Thomas and Sophia Lowe. He has numerous nieces and nephews, family and friends that he has left behind. Visitation will be Monday, Feb., 21, 2011, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., at the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. Funeral services will be Tuesday, February 22, 2011, at 10 a.m., at the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. Interment will be at the Trinidad Masonic Cemetery. Family may be contacted at 212 E. 6th St., Trinidad, CO 81082. Donations may be made to: Baptist Bible Church, 1102 Stonewall Ave., P.O. Box 62, in honor of Bob's introduction to Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior for eternity. The family has entrusted Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home with the arrangements.

Harp, Arnold
Arnold Harp - Pueblo Chieftain - March 18, 2010 - Pueblo West Soldier Killed in Crash Recalled as Tough, Dedicated - National Guard Master Sgt. Robert Orta Had Served a Year in Afghanistan - At first glance, Master Sgt. Robert Orta looked like the tough soldier he was. Once you got to know him, though, his friends said Orta was a compassionate, caring and loving husband, father, friend and fellow soldier. "He had a tough facade, but Robert was a very dedicated father and husband. He was the most passionate man you'll ever meet. A great friend and great person," said Doug Busch, a longtime friend of Orta. Another friend, Randy Kennedy, said Orta was "a true person who believed in God first, then family and country." Orta, 37, died Monday in a multi-vehicle accident on La Veta Pass. The accident occurred when the vehicle Orta was driving went out of control on the icy highway while trying to pass a pickup truck hauling a trailer, and was struck broadside by an oncoming semi trailer about 16 miles east of Fort Garland. Orta lived in Pueblo West with his wife, Heather, and children Lexi, 11, Rhett, 10 and Cade, 5. A full-time soldier in the Colorado National Guard's 157th Infantry Division, Orta was on his way to Alamosa where he was helping to set up a new guard unit at the time of the accident. A passenger in Orta's vehicle, another National Guard soldier, Sgt. Arnold Harp, 32, of Colorado Springs, also was killed in the accident.

Harpel, Robert
Robert "Bob" Harpel - Pueblo Chieftain - April 17, 2011 - Robert "Bob" Harpel, 85, passed away on April 13, 2011. He was preceded in death by parents, Clarence and Mirll Harpel; two brothers and two sisters. Survived by his loving wife, Jennine; sister, June (Harold) Kochis; children, Diane (Keith) Harvey, Kay (John) McCLoy, Robin (Tim) Koepp, Boyd (Barbra) Reeves, Joseph Harpel, Patrick (Elizabeth) Harpel, Pennie Harpel and Curtis (Nancy) Harpel; adopted daughter, Neeve Dennis; 15 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Bob was employed at the CF&I as a welder and served as a medic in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Special thanks to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice and Alan Lynch. Contributions may be made in Bob's memory to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice. Visitation, 1 to 4 p.m. today, at Imperial Funeral Home. Memorial service, 1 p.m. Monday, First United Methodist Church. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Harper, Anna May
Annie May Harper – Pueblo Chieftain – September 16, 1918 – Mrs. Annie May Harper, beloved wife of George C. Harper, died yesterday at a local hospital following an illness of several months. She was married to George C. Harper in March 1886, and to this union two daughters were born, Mrs. Harry A. West and Miss Beulah Harper, both of this city. She also leaves the following brothers and sisters, Thomas Johnson and Ida RIDE. Donahue of this city, John H. Stickler of Kuropa, Ore., Wilson Stickler of Apache, Colo., Grant Stickler of Crowe, Colo., and Maggie Boles of Beverly, Kan. Mrs. Harper has lived in the city for 32 years, excepting 2 ½ years spent at Hotchkiss, Colo. The funeral will take place Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Interment will be made in the family plot in Roselawn Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain – September 18, 1918 – The funeral of Mrs. Anna May Harper was held from the McCarthy Funeral Chapel yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. T. B. Tyre conducted the services. The floral offerings were beautiful and the flower bearers were: Bess Davis, Miss Nina Hunter, Mrs. George Burris, Mrs. Edna Heraford. The pallbearers were J. G. Morton, Silas Parker, R. R. Williams, Harry Beggs, W. A. Davis, and W. Webster. The singers were Mrs. Swearingen, Miss Lovern, Miss Prissell, and Mrs. Blaine, accompanist was Miss Pratt. "Lead Kindly Light," "Abide with Me," and "God Be with You," were the hymns at the service. The interment was in the family burial plot at Roselawn Cemetery.

Harper, Jane C.
Jane C. Harper - Denver Post - September 20, 2009 - Jane C. Harper, of Elizabeth, formerly of Aurora, died Thursday, September 17, 2009. Jane Campbell Chamberlain was born December 18, 1925 in Albert Lea, Minnesota, daughter of George V. and Edith (Christie) Chamberlain. A graduate of Albert Lea High School, 1943, she enrolled at the University of Colorado for her freshman year but finished college in 1947 at the University of Minnesota with majors in journalism and political science. She began her career in journalism on the Albert Lea Tribune while in high school. She also did special writing for the Tribune , the Community Magazine and at radio station KATE in 1955-1956. After moving to Colorado she worked for the daily Walsenburg World-Independent , the Gunnison News-Champion and Empire-Courier , and the Aurora Star . In 1960 she became editor of the Colorado Republican Party's weekly Colorado Trumpet for 12 years, winning numerous press awards. She also assisted several state legislators, both Republican and Democrat, with weekly columns and stories for their local newspapers. While president of Colorado Press Women in 1960 she worked with then Colorado Press Association manager Bill Long on journalism education issues. She joined the staff of the Colorado Press Association in 1978 where she produced six bi-enniel legislative directories and worked in all departments before becoming assistant to the manager. In 1988 she began compiling a history of Colorado newspapers. The Colorado Press Association membership elected her to honorary life membership in 1992. Over the years she belonged to a variety of professional and political organizations, among them Theta Sigma Phi, (journalism honorary) Colorado Press Women, National Federation of Press Women, Republican Women's Club, Business and Professional Women, the New England Historical and Genealogical Society, Connecticut Genealogy Society, Colorado Genealogical Society, Flagon and Trencher, Society of Mayflower Descendents, and the Colorado Historical Society. She taught college journalism briefly at Adams State College. She has been listed in Who's Who of American Women and Who's Who in Colorado. In 1972 she was a Colorado Presidential Elector. She is survived by her husband, Ralph J. Harper; two daughters, Jennifer Rowe of Aurora and Megan Harper-Ramsey (Kurt) of Elizabeth, a grandson, Leland; three granddaughters, Sarah, Julie, and Laura; two great-granddaughters, Parris and Rachel. She was preceded in death by her son, Michael Douglas Hoye (Tana) of Westminster. No service is scheduled. Jane will be placed to rest next to her father in Minnesota. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to: Alzheimer's Association of Colorado, 455 Sherman Street, Suite 500, Denver, CO 80203, 303-813-1669.

Harper, Roenna
Roenna "Roe" Harper - Pueblo Chieftain - December 25, 2008 - Roenna "Roe" Harper passed away December 21, 2008, in Pueblo. She was born August 30, 1938, in Arkansas, and had lived in Pueblo since 1996. Her survivors include children, Tammy (Tim) Miller of Pueblo, Gary (Jan) Harper of Illinois, four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Cremation in the Davis Crematory. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Saturday, December 27, 2008, Davis Memorial Chapel. Donations in memory of Roe may be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 1207 Pueblo Boulevard Way, Pueblo, CO 81005.

Harper, Roy
Roy Harper - Pueblo Chieftain - July 12, 1999 - Our Past Century, 1954 - 1955 - Pueblo Flexes Blue-Collar Muscle - They Made a Difference - Roy Harper - From 1952 through his retirement in 1967, one-time steel worker Roy Harper preached a get-tough-on-criminals approach to his job as Pueblo police chief. "The do-gooders are constantly pointing accusing fingers at us. The courts are making it more difficult for us to track down and convict the violators - the killers, the rapists and the thugs. And the young punks are getting away with hell, thumbing their noses at men in uniform," Harper said late in his career in an article published for "Front Page Detective." Upon his retirement from the police force, Harper won a single at-large term on Pueblo City Council with a get-tough-on-taxes message. However, his 1969 proposal to lower the city's property tax rate lost on a 5-2 vote. Harper died in November 1977.

Harper, Shirley
Shirley Harper - Pueblo Chieftain - September 11, 2011 - Shirley Harper, March 20, 1931 - September 8, 2011 - Shirley Harper, 80, passed away Sept. 8, 2011. She is the beloved daughter of Mrs. Dung Wai Ling Chun and Mr. Albert Chung. Shirley joins her son Vincent in God's Grace. She is survived by sons Duke and Joseph Harper; brother Albert; sisters Christine, Elberta, Elizabeth, Goldie and Laura. Her gentle spirit and courageous optimism will be greatly missed. Memorial Service, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011 at Belmont Baptist Church, Pueblo. Inurnment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Harper, Thomas
Thomas Harper – Pueblo Chieftain – December 13, 1919 – Dies in Calif. – Many people in Pueblo will be shocked to hear of the death of Thomas Harper in Hayward, Calif. Mr. Harper was one of the early residents of Pueblo. He died the home of his daughter, Mrs. Wallace Pearson, and was buried in Hayward.

Harper, Virginia M.
Virginia Mitchell Harper – Pueblo Chieftain – October 28, 1919 – Mrs. Harper Dies – Mrs. Virginia M. Harper, age 85 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Holmes of this city yesterday. Services, which will be private, will be held at the residence this afternoon at 4 o'clock in charge the United Undertaking Co. Burial will be in Springfield, Ill. Pueblo Chieftain – October 29, 1919 – Private services over the body of Virginia Mitchell Harper were held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Holmes, Rev. F. A. Hatch officiated. Mrs. Roy Weaver, accompanied by Mrs. Glenn Hoskins, sang "Nearer, My God to Thee," and "God Will Be with You till We Meet Again." The body was forwarded last evening by the United Undertaking Co. to Springfield, Ill., accompanied by Mr. George Holmes. Pueblo Chieftain – October 29, 1919 – Persons and Events – Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dyson of Denver, are with Mrs. George Holmes and family, having come on account of the death of their mother, Mrs. Virginia Harper.

Harper, Wayne Ernest
Wayne Ernest Harper – Pueblo Chieftain – October 16, 1918 – Wayne Ernest, the six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harper, died at an early hour yesterday at the family home, 1204 E. 9th St. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence. Services will be private and the interment will be made in the family plot in Roselawn Cemetery under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain – October 17, 1918 – The funeral of Wayne Ernest Harper was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the family home, 1204 E. 9th St. Rev. T. B. Tyre conducted private services. Interment was in the family lot in Roselawn Cemetery in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Company.

Harper, William A.
William A. Harper – Pueblo Chieftain – September 15, 1918 – William A. Harper, age 35 years, and a resident of Pueblo for the past 30 years passed away yesterday afternoon at his apartments, 221 Main St. following an illness of several weeks. He is survived by his father, who resides in Chicago. The remains are at McCarthy's. Pueblo Chieftain – September 20, 1918 – The funeral of William A. Harper was held yesterday morning from the McCarthy Chapel at 10:30 o'clock. Rev. G. G. Chinn of the Eighth Street Baptist Church conducted impressive services. The casket was covered with beautiful flowers. Pallbearers were: Elmer Howard, C. B. Bruce, Floyd Cox, and Horace Peake. Interment in Roselawn Cemetery.

Harr, John R.
John R. Harr - Pueblo Chieftain - March 24, 2014 - John R. Harr, 86, passed away March 21, 2014, in Pueblo. Arrangements pending.

Harrara, John
John Harrara – Pueblo Chieftain – August 17, 1919 – The funeral of John Harrara will take place Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the McCarthy's Chapel. Burial Roselawn.

Harrell, Clyde D.
Clyde D. Harrell - Pueblo Chieftain - January 30, 1974 - Clyde D. Harrell of 1515 Lexington, passed away at Parkview Episcopal Hospital, Tuesday, Jan. 29, 1974. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Sylvia I. Harrell of the family home; daughters, Mary Bryant, Sacramento, Calif., and Mrs. L. Feldman Jenkinson, Irvine, Calif., son, James C. “Jim” Harrell, Santa Rosa, Calif.; and three grandchildren. Predeceased by a son, Robert Reed Harrell, in 1944. Brother of Mrs. Jasper Chamberlain and Mrs. Harold Haas, both of Riley, Han. He was born in Otterville, Mo., Aug. 26, 1903. Mr. Harrell retired from the Pueblo Police Department after 24 years service and then employed by the Pueblo Bank & Trust Co., retiring in 1972. Member of the Central Christian Church, Pueblo Lodge 17, AF&AM, Southern Colorado Consistory, Al Kaly Temple, and Chapter 7, OES. Member of the International Footprint Association, serving as president 1949-50. Veteran of WWI. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Adult Bible Class of his church. Services will be held at the Central Christian Church, 1902 Hudson, at 1:30 p.m. Saturday with the Rev. Charles Whitmer officiating. Masonic services at Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Harrell, James C.
James C. “Jim” Harrell - Pueblo Chieftain - August 16, 1974 - James C. “Jim” Harrell, passed away in Santa Rosa, Calif., Aug. 13, 1974. Survived by his mother, Mrs. Sylvia I. Harrell, and sister; Mary Bryant, both of 1515 Lexington, Pueblo, and another sister, Mrs. L. Feldman Jenkinson, Los Angeles, Calif., and was uncle of three. He was predeceased by his father, Clyde D. Harrell, Jan. 29, 1974, and a brother, Robert Reed Harrell, in 1944. He was born in Pueblo on Dec. 6, 1936, and graduated from Central High School and SCSC. Member of the Church of the Ascension and employed by the State of California in the mental health department for retarded children and adults. Arrangements later.

Harrell, Robert A.
Robert A. Harrell - The Post and Courier - January 15, 2004 - Robert A. Harrell, 69, of Moncks Corner, husband of Margaret Frazier Harrell, died Monday, January 12, 2004 at his residence. Memorial service will be held Thursday, January 15, 2004 at 7 o'clock at St. Michael Lutheran Church, 321 West Main Street, Moncks Corner. Burial will be held in Beaufort National Cemetery. Mr. Harrell was born March 29, 1934 in Los Angeles, California, a son of the late Robert Anderson Harrell and Adelia Nelson Harrell Gibson. He was a graduate of Southern Baptist College, where he received a degree in Engineering. He was a member of the V.F.W. and Disabled American Veterans. he retired from the United States Air Force as Master Sergeant where he served in the Vietnam War and the Korean Conflict. He received many medals including the Distinguishing Flying Cross, Air Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Air Force Accommodation Medal, Air Force Good Conduct Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense with star, Korean Service Medal, the U.N. Service Medal and the Meritorious Service Medal. He later retired from the Charleston Naval Weapons Station as an Electrician. Surviving in addition to his wife are his sons, Robert A. Harrell, Jr. of Moncks Corner, Larry Harrell of Woodland Park, Colorado, Ray Harrell of Trinidad, Colorado; daughters, Ginger Kidwell of Charleston, Lisa Farmer of Miami, Florida; 10 grandchildren, 1 great-grandchild; 1 sister, Leona Fox Harrell of Marysville, California, and his first wife, Yvonne Harrell of Gulfport, Mississippi. He was predeceased by a son and daughter, David Harrell and Ramona Harrell.

Harriger, Jacob H.
Jacob H. Harriger – Pueblo Chieftain – December 20, 1918 – Jacob H. Harriger, age 50 years, died at a local hospital, December 19. Body at Davis-Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – December 21, 1918 - Jacob H. Harriger, age 50 years, died at a local hospital December 20. Funeral Sunday from Davis-Vories.

Harriman, Ethel A.
Ethel A. Harriman - Pueblo Chieftain - June 30, 2013 - Ethel A. Harriman, 99, passed away June 27, 2013. Preceded in death by her husband, Malcolm O. Harriman; and son, Ronald Duane Harriman. Survived by her son, Raymond (Gerry) Harriman of Walsenburg; grandchildren, Ronetta (Mike) Falletta, Mike (Reba) Harriman, Mark (JoBeth) Harriman, Joanna (Carl) Payne, Ray (Debra) Harriman, David (Josie) Harriman and Eric (Margo) Harriman; numerous beloved great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Ethel was very caring and loving, especially with her grandchildren and other family. She loved watching the Colorado Rockies and the Denver Broncos. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Saturday, July 6, 2013, at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. The family especially thanks Lynette, her special nurse at Life Care Center, and her loving friend and hairdresser, Annette Ruiz. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Harrington, John Francis
John Francis Harrington – Pueblo Chieftain – April 10, 1918 – John Francis Harrington, age 59 years, died in this city yesterday morning after a short illness. He came here from Joliet, Ill., only five days ago. He leaves a wife and three daughters, Margaret, Mary, and Mrs. Ellen Matthews of Joliet, Ill., and one son John, of the US Navy. The body will be forwarded this morning by the United Undertaking Company to Joliet, Ill., accompanied by the daughter and her husband. Pueblo Chieftain – April 11, 1918 – The body of John Francis Harrington was forwarded yesterday afternoon by the United Undertaking Company to Joliet, Ill., accompanied by the daughter and son-in-law.

Harrington, Marge
Marge “the Barge” (Fajt Sitas Grant) Harrington - Pueblo Chieftain - May 7, 2013 - Marge “the Barge” (Fajt Sitas Grant) Harrington, 93, died May 2, 2013. She was born July 27, 1919, in Pueblo, Colo., and graduated from Central High School in 1937. She married Gus Sitas in the early 1940s and had two children, Linda and Gus, and acquired several more by marrying Harry Grant and Eugene Harrington in the 1960s. She loved the outdoors and excelled in many sports. Her favorite sports were swimming and diving. She qualified for the National Senior Olympics in St. Louis in 1987, where she took fifth place in the backstroke. She was among the first swimming instructors when the outdoor pool opened in City Park in 1958. She enjoyed volleyball, bowling, fishing, traveling and golfing. She assisted the late Dr. Hopkins at the Parkview Eye Clinic and on numerous eye clinic missions in Central and South America. Always a volunteer, she was a den mother, Girl Scout leader and Gray Lady. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, where she taught Sunday school for many decades with her longtime friend, Ruth von Ahlefeldt. A private family memorial gathering will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the First United Methodist Church Scholarship Fund or the charity of your choice.

Harris, Bernadette Cecilia
Bernadette Cecilia "Bernie" Harris - Pueblo Chieftain - July 28, 2013 - Bernadette Cecilia "Bernie" Harris (nee Schmitt), 65, passed away July 21, 2013. Survived by husband, Rick; sons, Chris and Rick Jr.; and eight siblings. Service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 30, 2013, Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Funeral Mass, 9 a.m. Friday, Aug. 2, Holy Family Church, 274 Orchard Ave., Kansas City, Kans. Montgomery & Steward Funeral Home - July 28, 2013 - Bernadette Cecilia "Bernie" Harris (nee Schmitt), 65, passed away at hospice in Walsenburg, Colo., on Sunday, July 21, 2013. Bernie is predeceased by her parents, Ed and Bernette Schmitt, and her sister, Patricia McDaniel. Bernie is survived by her loving husband, Rick of 47 years, and her two sons, Chris and Rick Jr. Bernie and Rick were married in Lawrence, Kans., on Nov. 20, 1965. Bernie is lovingly remembered by four brothers and four sisters, Dennis Schmitt, Leland Schmitt, Katherine Daniel, Roger Schmitt, Gwendolyn Schmitt, Maureen Burriss, Edward Schmitt and Jane Schmitt. Bernie was born in Friendship, Wis., on June 6, 1948. She resided in Kansas City, Kans., for over 40 years and then lived the remainder of her life in Rye, Colo. Bernie had a hearty, contagious laugh and loved to fish and spending time with her extensive family. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 30, 2013, at Montgomery & Steward Chapel, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo. A memorial Mass will be held at 9 a.m. Friday, Aug. 2, at Holy Family Church, 274 Orchard Ave., Kansas City, Kans.

Harris, Colette D.
Colette D. Harris - Pueblo Chieftain - October 10, 2012 - Colette D. Harris, 62, of Pueblo, passed away on Oct. 6, 2012. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Gary L. Harris. Colette had over 20 years as manager and then supervisor of Loaf 'N' Jug. Funeral service to be held at 1 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 12, 2012, at the Fowler Lutheran Church in Fowler, Colo.

Harris, Dawn Lynn
Dawn Lynn Harris - Pueblo Chieftain - November 11, 2012 - Dawn Lynn Harris, 51, passed away on Oct. 30, 2012. Survived by daughters, Amelie Johnson and Lauryn Last; granddaughters, Natalie and Ella Johnson; aunt, Carol Bongirno; uncle, Lloyd Gross; beloved cousin, Karen Hochstadter; pet, Angel Marie; brother, Bill Gamble and his son, Aaron. Preceded in death by father, Donald Loy Gamble; mother, Virginia Gamble; aunt, Mary Jane Gross; cousins, Kenneth Bongirno, David Gross; and grandson, Thomas Loy Last. Born in 1961 in Pueblo, Colo., Dawn enjoyed life to the fullest. Early years were spent traveling the Middle East with her parents while residing in Ankara, Turkey, before returning to Pueblo, where her father died in 1967. She graduated early from East High School, Class of '78. An intelligent and accomplished pianist, she moved to Aspen, married Flynn Harris and had daughter Amelie prior to moving to Washington, where daughter Lauryn arrived. Loving her work at Nash's Farm in Dungeness, Washington, for over 15 years, greater love of family brought her back to Pueblo to care for her mother. Dawn left us far too soon. We will miss her terribly. She was a young, vibrant woman — kind and funny, passionate about the people, animals and agriculture she loved, and often described as “too smart for her own good.” May the times we had with her be lasting memories living on in our hearts forever and always. She did not want a service where the sad come to mourn. Family and friends will be notified in the future for a “Celebration of Dawn's Life.” A fund has been set up in her name at any Pueblo Bank & Trust location.

Harris, Dora
Dora Harris – Pueblo Chieftain – November 9, 1918 – Miss Dora Harris, age 40 years, died at a local hospital yesterday afternoon. The body is being cared for at the Whiton Mortuary awaiting instructions from relatives in Ill.

Harris, Douglas Roy
Douglas Roy Harris - Pueblo Chieftain - August 15, 2012 - Douglas Roy Harris, 74, Littleton, formerly of Pueblo, Aug. 8. Mile High Family Services, Denver. Douglas Roy Harris, son of Roy and Billie Harris, passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012. He is survived by his wife, children and three sisters and their families. Service and reception, 3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012, at Majestic Baptist Church.

Harris, Edith Vivian
Edith Vivian Harris - Pueblo Chieftain - September 26, 2012 - Edith Vivian Harris. Sunrise, March 14, 1936; Sunset, Sept. 16, 2012, was reunited with the love of her life, Walter L. Harris Sr., at heaven's gate on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012, with her children at her side. Vivian, as she was known, was predeceased by her husband, Walter L. Harris Sr., in 1990; and by her parents, Lon L. Zumalt and Eunice M. Zumalt. Vivian is survived by her four children, Helen E. (John) Constuble, Lonnie C. Harris, Marcie M. (Dennis) Morgan and Lee (Dolly) Harris. She also is survived by five grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; brother, Gene (Marzella) Zumalt; and sister, Judy (Mel) Holthus. We invite you to join in a celebration of her life at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012, at Imperial Chapel. Inurnment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Harris, Elizabeth Mary
Elizabeth M. Harris – Pueblo Chieftain – June 16, 1918 – Mrs. Elizabeth Harris Dies Very Suddenly – Mrs. Elizabeth M. Harris, age 70 years, beloved wife of Moss N. Harris, died at 8 o'clock last night at the family home following an illness of less than two days. Mrs. Harris was taken suddenly ill early Friday afternoon, and despite all that could be done to render relief and prolong her life, the venerable lady passed quietly to rest Saturday evening. Mrs. Harris came with her husband to Pueblo forty years ago from Johnstown, Pa. Mr. Harris, until his retirement from active business affairs in recent years, was connected with the Colo. Supply Co. here. The family is known and highly esteemed in a wide circle of friends in the city to whom the news of the sudden death of Mrs. Harris will come as a shock. Surviving Mrs. Harris are her husband, four sons and one daughter. Of the sons, Henry M. Harris is employed here in the County Assessor's Office; Ernest H. resides at Brawley, Calif.; Chester M. resides in Chicago; and Edgar T. in Philadelphia, Pa. A daughter, Mrs. C. M. Johnston makes her home in Chicago. Deceased was a member of the Episcopal Church. The remains are in the care of the Davis-Vories Undertaking Co. by whom the announcement of the funeral will be made following receipt by the family of advices from the several children of the deceased. Pueblo Chieftain – June 20, 1918 – The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth M. Harris was held yesterday afternoon at 2:30 from the residence, 1038, Evans Ave., and was attended by numerous friends of the deceased pioneer lady. The floral offerings were profuse and beautiful, testifying to the esteem in which Mrs. Harris was held by her many friends. Rev. John S. Foster conducted the Episcopal services. The pallbearers were: D. J. Jones, William L. Rees, Llywelyn Reese, William Prosser, William T. Jones, and Edward Harris. The flower bearers were M. A. Kerry, E. S. Card, Carl Pfefferle and Fred Darrouch. A choir of Welsh ladies and gentlemen sang a Welsh hymn, and a quartet consisting of Mrs. L. M. Johnson, Mrs. William Prosser, L. Reese, and D. J. Jones sang "Jesus Lover of My Soul," and "Nearer My God to Thee," and at the grave they sang "Going Down the Valley." Interment was in Roselawn Cemetery in charge of Davis and Vories.

Harris, Ella
Ella Harris - Pueblo Indicator - September 26, 1914 - Woman Hangs Self in Jail - Ordway - Mrs. Ella Harris of Sugar City hanged herself in the county jail here. She is believed to have been insane and had been placed in the jail for safe keeping. The woman used a noose which she had made from her shirtwaist. Mrs. Harris had been in Pueblo for a month for treatment, but had shown no improvement and was returned to Ordway. She is said to have made several attempts to jump from the moving train but was restrained by Sheriff Humiston.

Harris, Emma Huddleston
Emma Huddleston Harris - Pueblo Chieftain – October 10, 1918 – The funeral of Mrs. Emma Huddleston Harris was held from the Davis-Vories Chapel yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. O. V. Belnap, of the Church of the Latter Day Saints, conducted the services. Minnie Jardine and Lillie Faulkner, sang "Oh, My Father," "I've Read of a Beautiful City," and a solo by Rev. Belnap, "Mother Machree." The pallbearers were: William Stuart, J. A. Phelps, Elder Litchfield and Elder Belnap. Interment was made in Roselawn Cemetery.

Harris, Gary L.
Gary L. Harris - Pueblo Chieftain - April 9, 2012 - Gary L. Harris, 61, of Pueblo, passed away unexpectedly on April 6, 2012. Visitation, 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 11, 2012, at the Halouska Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral service, 1 p.m. Thursday, April 12, 2012, at the Fowler United Methodist Church, with Pastor Gary Goettel officiating. Burial to follow at the Fowler Cemetery.

Harris, Ivan E.
Ivan E. Harris - Pueblo Chieftain - December 7, 2011 - Ivan E. Harris passed away Nov. 21, 2011. He was born Jan. 12, 1921, in Simla, Colo. He is survived by his wife, Budah; son, Kennith; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his son Roy. There will be a memorial service at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011, at Belmont Baptist Church. Arrangements by Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Harris, Jesse
Jesse Harris – Pueblo Chieftain – November 11, 1919 – Jesse Harris Dies – Fort Collins, Colo., November 10 – Jesse Harris, a horseman, farmer, and public official, died here last night of neuralgia of the heart. Mr. Harris was a former member of the state board of agriculture and of the state penitentiary and reformatory board and in 1911 was elected Mayor of Fort Collins. Mr. Harris was best known for his importation of standard-bred horses into the state. He began this work in 1880, bringing Percheron, Clydesdale, and Cleveland Bays from Belgium and France. He brought over ten cargoes of stallions, which were sold in all parts of the country.

Harris, Julia M.
Julia M. Harris - Pueblo Chieftain - January 5, 2011 - Julia M. Harris passed away Jan. 3, 2011, after a battle with cancer. Julia was born in Trinidad, Colo., May 12, 1927, to Elena and Dan Cristoforetti. She lived in Trinidad until she married Ed Harris on Feb. 20, 1947. Ed's employment required living in the Pinon Canyon (at a booster station), Eads and Pueblo (where they retired). Julia and Ed were married for 52 years. Julia was employed at School District 60 for 30 years in Pueblo and assisted children with their skills at the school after she retired. Julia enjoyed spending time with all her family and friends. Julia was preceded in death by her husband, Ed; parents, Elena and Dan Cristoforetti; and brother, Frank Cristoforetti. She is survived by her sister, Mary; daughter, Elaine (Dennis); son, Dan; seven grandchildren, Joe, Chad (Angie), Ryan (Melissa), Stacy (Marc); seven great-grandchildren, Seth, Brendan, Katelyn, Garrett, Jace, Kelsee, Kaiden; and several nieces and nephews. A memorial Mass will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 8, 2011, at Christ the King Catholic Church. Inurnment, Roselawn Cemetery, with reception immediately following at the Christ the King Reception Hall. In lieu of food and flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice and Palliative Care, 1207 Pueblo Boulevard Way, Pueblo, CO 81005. Arrangements by Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Harris, Katherine Lucille
Katherine Lucille Harris – Pueblo Chieftain – March 20, 1919 – Katherine Lucille Harris, age 3 years and 6 months, died at the home of her parents, 217 Lake Ave. yesterday morning after a few days illness. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harris, and three brothers. Mr. Harris is a well-known conductor on the Rio Grande railroad and the bereaved family has the sympathy of a host of friends. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2:30 from the home. Rev. Hall will conduct the services. Interment will be in Roselawn in charge of the McMinn Undertaking Co.

Harris, Margaret Rice
Margaret Rice Harris – Pueblo Chieftain – May 17, 1917 – Death Calls Mrs. Margaret Harris – Mrs. Margaret Rice Harris, died last night at St. Mary's Hospital following an illness of 5 weeks' duration, during which she has fought bravely against great odds. Mrs. Harris was 45 years old and had resided here one year, coming here to make her home with her son, Horace R. Harris, sports editor of the Star-Journal. She was an exceedingly gracious woman who had made a great many warm friends during her short residence in Pueblo. She is survived by her 2 children, Horace R. Harris of Pueblo and Miss Margaret Harris who is at present attending school in the south. The body is at Davis & Vories and the funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Pueblo Chieftain - May 18, 1917 - Harris Funeral Today - Services for the Late Mrs. Margaret Rice Harris at Davis-Vories Chapel - The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Rice Harris, who died Wednesday night, will be held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from the Davis & Vories Undertaking Company. Interment will be in Mountain View. Mrs. Harris was the daughter of Col. Horace Rice, of the twenty-ninth Tennessee Regiment of the Confederate Army, and Rebecca Caruthers, also of Tennessee. She was the widow of James A. Harris, one time state comptroller of Tennessee and former Denver attorney. She was 45 years of age. Pueblo Chieftain - May 19, 1917 - Tributes Paid to Late Mrs. Harris - The funeral of the late Mrs. Margaret Rice Harris, who died Wednesday following a five week illness, was held yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock from Davis & Vories Funeral Chapel. The services were conducted by the Rev. Hugh T. Gary, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, who spoke briefly. The casket was banked with flowers, tributes from friends of Mrs. Harris and her son, Horace Harris. Thomas Christian and William L. Byrd, accompanied by Miss Vesta Croes, sang "Peace, Peace, Perfect Peace," and "Asleep in Jesus." The pall bearers were John R. Shea, Albert W. Stone, Charles W. Patrick, C. W. Stead, John Gammon, and Willis Parker. The flower bearers were George C. Reeve and Paul Harrison. Interment Mountain View Cemetery.

Harris, Martha Anna
Martha Anna Harris – Pueblo Chieftain – August 23, 1919 – Martha Anna Harris, age 78 years, died August 22 at a local hospital. Funeral 10:30 a.m. today from McCarthy's. Pueblo Chieftain – August 24, 1919 – The funeral of Martha A. Harris took place yesterday morning at 10:30 in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Rev. Zimmerman conducted the services. Pallbearers were: Clarence Reposo, J. R. Sober, J. T. Brown, and G. F. McCarthy.

Harris, Mary E.
Mary E. Harris – Pueblo Chieftain – October 21, 1917 – Mary E. Faulks Harris, age 73 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. Miller, 854 East Evans Ave., early yesterday morning. Mrs. Harris is well known in this city, having lived in Pueblo for 22 years and making her home with her daughter since last April. Her lovable and kind disposition made her many friends. She was a member of the Mesa Baptist Church. She leaves three daughters, Mrs. Ida Miller, 854 East Evans Ave.; Mrs. Blanche O'Neil of Vineland, and Mrs. Etta Maude Ross of Quincy, Illinois, two sons, Harry P. Faulks of 1524 East Routt Ave., and Charles Faulks of 53 Block M of this city; two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Abbott of Atterboro, Massachusetts, and Mrs. L. Anderson, of Chicago, Illinois, and a host of friends. The funeral will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. E. Miller, 854 East Evans Ave., and at 2:30 from the Mesa Baptist Church. Rev. Mr. Crowell will conduct the services. Interment will be in Roselawn under the direction of the United Undertaking Company.

Harris, Max
Max Harris - Pueblo Chieftain - April 2, 1917 - Max, 18 month old son of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Harris, died at the family home at Marnell yesterday morning. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the residence. Interment at Marnell in charge of United Undertaking Company.

Harris, Richard J.
Richard J. Harris - Pueblo Chieftain - June 5, 1917 - Richard J. Harris passed away last evening at the residence, 1039 East Evans Avenue. Mr. Harris came to this city twenty-seven years ago and has been employed at the steel works until recently. He was 68 years of age. Five sons and one daughter survive him, Lou H. Harris of Wilson, Edward H. Harris of 1037 East Evans, William, Alfred, and Eddie at the family home, and Mrs. G. E. Hager, of Lincoln, Neb. He was a member of Alma Lodge No. 23, I. O. O. F. of Johnstown, Pa.; A. O. U. W. No. 86, Fairfield, Neb. The remains were removed to the Whiton parlors and the funeral will be announced later. Pueblo Chieftain - June 7, 1917 - The funeral of Richard J. Harris was held at the Whiton Chapel yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Rev. F. A. hatch conducted the services. Mrs. L. M. Johnson and Mrs. W. J. Prosser, accompanied by Mrs. J. M. Jones, sang "My Jesus as Thou Wilt." The Welsh chorus sang two hymns. The flowers were many and exceedingly beautiful. The flower bearers were Con Myers, O. C. Horlbog, George Wolther, Sr., and Dr. Woodrum. The pall bearers were Will Harris, Edward Harris, Lou Harris, W. L. Rees, Eddie Harris, and Alfred Harris. Mrs. G. E. Hager of Lincoln, Neb., daughter of the deceased, attended the funeral. Interment was in the family lot in Roselawn where Ark Lodge No. 53 held their ritualistic services.

Harris, Richard L.
Richard L. Harris - Durango Herald - May 7, 2008 - Former Ignacio resident Richard L. Harris died in La Veta on Saturday, May 3, 2008. He was 82. Mr. Harris was born to Starley and Clara Ruth Schramm Harris in Amarillo, Texas, on June 21, 1925. He married Adina Kirk on Jan. 30, 1946, in Melrose, N.M. He farmed, ranched and was a mechanic and director of transportation for Ignacio schools for 23 years. Mr. Harris enjoyed fishing, repairing things and spending time with his children and grandchildren. His family said he was well-known for his ability to fix anything as well as his kindness and generosity to others. He also enjoyed riding his motorcycle with side car. Mr. Harris was preceded in death by his wife, Adina Harris. He is survived by his son, Ron Harris, of Ignacio; daughter, Diane Keeling, of La Veta; sisters Ramona Darnell of Tucumcari, N.M., Elda Gordon of Princeton, Calif., and Mary Ella McCarter of Jal, N.M.; four grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. A funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, May 9, 2008, at Ignacio Community Church. Randall Haynes will officiate. Burial will follow at Ignacio East Cemetery.

Harris, Roland Ray
Roland Ray Harris - Pueblo Chieftain - June 2, 2013 - Roland Ray Harris, 84, passed away May 30, 2013. He was preceded in death by his wife, Claire Maye Harris. Survived by daughter, Mary (Randy) Cash; and granddaughters, Kathy and Marie Cash. At his request, there will be no viewing. A private service will be held. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Harris, Rose
Rose Harris - Pueblo Chieftain - August 6, 1961 - Mrs. Rose Harris, 58, of 1406 Cedar, died in a local hospital Saturday following a six weeks illness. Born in Poland she has been a resident of Pueblo for 53 years. She had been active in local political circles and had worked frequently as a volunteer in church and charitable activities. She was a member of the ladies Altar and Rosary Society at St. Francis Xavier Church. Surviving are two children, Mrs. Eleanor West, 3108 Skyview, and Richard Harris, also of 1406 Cedar. Rosary will be recited at St. Francis Xavier Church at 7 p.m. today. Requiem High Mass will be sung at 9 a.m., Monday at the church. Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain - August 6, 1961 - Mrs. Rose Harris, 1406 Cedar. Mother of Mrs. Eleanor West and Richard Harris of Pueblo. Sister of Albert Malina. Also survived by three grandchildren. Member of the Ladies Altar and Rosary Society of St. Francis Xavier Church. Services St. Francis, Rosary recitation Sunday, 7 p.m. and the Requiem High Mass on Monday at 9 a.m. Interment Gate of Heaven Roselawn. Friends may contact the family at 3108 Skyview.

Harris, Rose Loraine
Rose Loraine Harris - Pueblo Chieftain - December 27, 1945 - Rose Loraine Harris, infant daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Loren H. Harris, of 609 E. Eighth, at hospital, Wednesday, Dec. 26. Services 10 a.m. Friday, Davis Mortuary chapel. To Mountain View.

Harris, Thomas J.
Thomas J. Harris – Pueblo Chieftain – February 21, 1919 – T. J. Harris Dies – Thomas J. Harris, for years proprietor of an employment office on Union Avenue, died at a local hospital yesterday morning. He was well acquainted in Pueblo, having been here about 30 years. The remains are at the Davis-Vories parlors and funeral arrangements will be announced upon the arrival of his daughter from Chicago. Pueblo Chieftain – February 23, 1919 – The funeral of Thomas J. Harris will be held from the Davis-Vories Chapel this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Pueblo Chieftain – February 24, 1919 – The funeral of Thomas J. Harris was held yesterday afternoon at 1:30 from Davis-Vories Chapel. Rev. Hugh Gary officiated. Mrs. J. V. Adams accompanied by Miss Vesta Croes sang "Lead Kindly Light," and "The End of a Perfect Day." The Women's Relief Corps conducted their services at the Chapel and Pueblo Post G. A. R. Exemplified their burial services at the Cemetery. The pallbearers were: Thomas Downen, S. S. Packard, N. B. Yackey, M. M. Martin, W. N. Clark, and E. E. Milks.

Harris, Verna L.
Verna L. Harris - Pueblo Chieftain - March 23, 2009 - Verna L. Harris, 79, passed away on March 20, 2009. Survived by her children, Linda (Bruce) Kuecker and Sandi (Bob) Turano; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and sister, Billie (Ed) Philips. At her request, cremation with no service. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Harris, W. B. (Mrs.)
Mrs. W. B. Harris – Pueblo Chieftain – January 2, 1919 – The Departed – Mrs. W. B. Harris, who died at South Canon at the age of 85 years, formerly lived in Pueblo. She was a pioneer of the W. C. T. U. in Ill. with Frances Willard.

Harrison, Daniel
Daniel Harrison - Rocky Mountain News - June 7, 1894 - Shot His Brother - Pueblo, Colo., June 6 - Michael Harrison is in the Pueblo county jail for the murder of his brother, Daniel, on their ranch on the Muddy near Graneros Monday afternoon. Mike came to town and surrendered himself to the sheriff, saying that he had shot his brother. He is not over bright and the officers were inclined to believe that he had become insane and that his story of the shooting was a hallucination. Under Sheriff Moses went to the ranch and found that his statement was true. Rocky Mountain News - October 21, 1894 - Committed to an Asylum - Pueblo, Colo., Oct. 20 - Michael Harrison was acquitted this afternoon of killing his brother, Daniel, after a trivial quarrel on the Muddy creek, June 4 last. The plea of the defense was temporary insanity, and Harrison told the same story on the stand that he did when he gave himself up, saying that he pushed a shotgun through a stable window and killed his brother. He was ordered committed to the asylum.

Harrison, Frank E.
Frank E. Harrison – Pueblo Chieftain – December 4, 1918 – Frank E. Harrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Harrison of Wiley and Chamberlain addition, died at 7:35 last evening. Funeral announcement later.

Harrison, Isabelle
Isabelle Harrison - Pueblo Chieftain – June 26, 1919 – Isabelle Harrison, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Harrison, died June 25 at a local hospital funeral this morning at 10 o'clock from McCarthy's.

Harrison, Janet N.
Janet N. Harrison - Pueblo Chieftain - February 9, 2011 - Janet N. Harrison, 89, born in Memphis, Tenn., passed peacefully and went to be with her Lord on Sunday, Feb. 6, 2011. Mrs. Harrison was a graduate of the Northern Illinois Teachers' College (now Northern Illinois University) in DeKalb, Ill. She was a math major who went on to teach in Iowa, Illinois, Texas and Maryland. She also met the love of her life, Paul E. Harrison Jr., there and they married in 1943 in Norman, Okla. Janet and Paul were married for 61 years. Paul preceded her in death in 2004. Janet gave generously of her time by volunteering both in Silver Spring, Md., where she raised her two children, and in Port St. Lucie, Fla., where she and Paul spent their retirement. Janet is survived by her two children, Paul (Sally) Harrison of Rye, Colo., and Ann (Ken) Weiford of Bear, Del.; her beloved grandchildren, Andrew and Tyler Harrison and Robyn Weiford; cousins, nieces and nephews; and a host of good friends all around the country. Services will be for family only. In memory of Janet, contributions may be sent to: The Cradle, 2049 Ridge Ave., Evanston, IL 60201. Arrangements, Imperial Funeral Home.

Harrison, John
John Harrison - Pueblo Indicator - December 27, 1930 - The belief that a can of soda silicate for cleaning purposes may have been mistaken for baking soda by John and Robert Harrison who died here after eating pancakes, was expressed by authorities.

Harrison, Robert
Robert Harrison - Pueblo Indicator - December 27, 1930 - The belief that a can of soda silicate for cleaning purposes may have been mistaken for baking soda by John and Robert Harrison who died here after eating pancakes, was expressed by authorities.

Harrison, Sophie
Sophie Harrison - Pueblo Chieftain - January 29, 2012 - Sophie Harrison entered into the gates of heaven and began her eternal life on Jan. 26, 2012. Sophie was born July 25, 1926, in Ocate, N.M., to Francisco and Bernice Espinoza. Sophie loved her family and was the true matriarch. She enjoyed cooking, shopping and loved maintaining her immaculate yard. She and her husband loved sports and attending the events of all of their children and grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Ray Harrison Sr.; daughter, Elizabeth; and her sister, Avila Trujillo. She was a loving mother and is survived by her sons, Ray (Laura), Jim (Jackie), Larry (Roberta) and Albert (Chris); and daughter, Melinda (Monte) Montez. She also is survived by her brother, Frank (Minnie) Espinoza; sisters, Connie Duran and Armeda (Bob) Vallejos; 11 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Mrs. Harrison will lie in state from 3 to 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 30, 2012, at Davis Mortuary. Recitation of the rosary, 7 p.m., Davis Memorial Chapel. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012, Holy Family Catholic Church, 2827 Lakeview Ave. Interment will follow in the Roselawn Cemetery.

Harrison, Thomas
Thomas "Ed" Harrison - Pueblo Chieftain - September 12, 2010 - Thomas "Ed" Harrison, born Nov. 30, 1937, in Walsenburg. With his family by his side, he went to be with the Lord, Sept. 8, 2010. Ed was preceded in death by his parents, Jessie Mae and William T.; brother, Bill "Bud;" and sister, Gracie Mae Harrison. He is survived by his wife, Mary Ann Harrison; children Robyn Trinajstick, Kelly Blackwell, Dawn Cekis, Tommy (Nina) Cekis, Tammy Villegas, Wendy (Arron) Murray and Tiffany Gonzales; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He also is survived by his little buddy, "Patches." Viewing, 2 to 7 p.m., Sunday and funeral service, 2 p.m. Monday; both at Imperial Funeral Home.

Harrison, William Jesse
William Harrison - Denver Post - July 16, 2003 - William "Bill" Jesse Harrison, Rio Grande Machinist (Retired), 72, of Littleton Colorado, went to be with the Lord on July 12, 2003 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Bill was born on April 3, 1931 in Walsenburg, Colorado to William Thomas and Jessie Mae (Cannon) Harrison who precede him in death. Bill retired in May 1992 after 42 years as a machinist for Rio Grande Railroad. His family remembers his deep love for Jesus, his love for his family, and his enjoyment of rock collecting, RV-ing, singing and oil painting. He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Patricia Ann (Dillard) Harrison; a son William Gordon (Cheryl) Harrison of Littleton, Colorado; two daughters Deborah Ann (Jerry) Gentry of Littleton, Colorado and Pamela Mae (Steve) Houser of Castle Rock, Colorado; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a brother Thomas Edward (MaryAnn) Harrison of Pueblo, Colorado; one aunt Eva M. (Cannon) Payne of Colo. Springs, Colorado and a large, loving, extended family. A Celebration of Life will be held at Columbine Baptist Church, 5660 West Coalmine Avenue in Littleton, Colorado on Friday, July 18, 2003 at 3 p.m.

Harsell, Jimi Sage
Jimi Sage Harsell - Pueblo Chieftain - June 14, 2012 - Jimi Sage Harsell, 50, passed away June 9, 2012. Survived by her sons, Matthew James Harsell and Christopher Robert Harsell; stepdaughters, Sara Harsell Broussard and Erin Harsell-Chase; parents, Jim and Della Sage; sister, Kelli Sage (Kevin) Miller; nieces, Emily and Anna Miller; grandchildren, Alexis, Ava, Aubrie, Austin, Cameron, Isaac and Paige. Preceded in death by her sister, Trudi Sage. Jimi was born July 15, 1961, in Pueblo. She was a devoted homemaker and mother. She enjoyed decorating, flower arranging, gardening, cooking, music, singing, laughing, socializing, her dogs, her boys, her family and the Denver Broncos! As per her request, there will be no viewing. Service, 1 p.m. Saturday, June 16, 2012, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Pastor Frances Forgione officiating. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to PAWS through the funeral home.

Harshman, B. J.
B.J. "Billy Jim" Harshman - Pueblo Chieftain - December 4, 2009 - B.J. "Billy Jim" Harshman, 90, Venice, Fla., formerly of Pueblo, Nov. 27. National Cremation, Sarasota, Fla.

Harshman, Royal Dell
Royal Dell Harshman - Pueblo Chieftain - February 27, 2013 - Royal Dell Harshman. Sunrise, July 5, 1923, Yampa, Colo. Sunset, Feb. 23, 2013, Pueblo, Colo. Preceded in death by his father, Roy Dell Harshman; his mother, Mamie Harshman; and his brother, Billy Jim Harshman. Royal graduated from Central High School in 1940 and went on to serve in the U.S. Navy as an aviation electronic technician's mate during WWII. Upon returning from the war, he received an associate degree in engineering from Pueblo Junior College in 1947. Royal met the love of his life, Iva Lee Allen, married in 1952, and worked for the Pueblo Army Depot for many years until his retirement in 1984. Royal was an avid coin collector, a founding member of the Pueblo Coin Club, and loved to fish and play golf, spending a lot of his pastime in Alma, Colo. Royal is survived by his wife of 60 years, Iva Lee Harshman; his four children, Bill (Bonnie) Harshman, Denis Jay Harshman (Julie Dagnillo), Delann Harshman and Tracie (Steve) Rawlings; 11 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren with three more soon to arrive. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Saturday, March 2, 2013, Adrian Comer Funeral Home. Under the direction of Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Hart, A. P. J.
A. P. J. Hart – Pueblo Chieftain – August 17, 1917 – A. P. J. Hart, age 65 years, died in this city yesterday evening. The body was removed to the Whiton Mortuary and the time of the funeral will be announced later.

Hart, Charles R.
Charles R. Hart - Pueblo Chieftain - October 21, 2009 - Charles R. Hart, 56, born Jan. 9, 1953, in Flint, Mich., passed away Oct. 17, 2009. Survived by his mother, Hazel Hart of Pueblo; children, Rosemary Hart and Sandhals Hart, both of Flint, Mich.; and siblings, Sally Smith of Pueblo, Allen Hart of Colorado Springs and Lawrence Hart of Lexington, Neb. Preceded in death by his father, Charles Hart. Viewing, 10 a.m. to service time Thursday. Service, 1 p.m. Thursday, Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with Pastor Gordon Rogers officiating.

Hart, Cora Irene
Cora Irene Hart - T. G. McCarthy Funeral Home - July 15, 2013 - Cora Irene Hart, February 14, 1955 - July 11, 2013 - Cora "Irene" Dent Berry Hart, 58, of Pueblo, CO, passed away on July 11, 2013. Born the sixth and youngest child to the late Elmer Francis Dent and the late Joan Marie Wilson Dent in Washington DC on February 14, 1955, Irene or "Renie" would go on to lead a life filled with love and adventure. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her first husband, Roger Dale Berry Sr., and her second husband, Larry James Hart; brother, John Theodore Dent; sister, Francine Dent Deinlein; son, Herbert Elmer Martin; granddaughter, Destiny Lynn Berry; niece, Patricia, and nephew, James. She is survived by her brother, Elmer Francis Dent Jr. of Providence, RI; her sisters, Catherine Dent Behanna of Myrtle Beach, SC, and Teresa Dent Gibson of Conway, SC; her children, Roger Dale Berry Jr. (Amy) of Nampa, ID, Racheal Melinda Berry Crager of Pueblo, CO, Guy Beau Stridsigne (Mark) of Redondo Beach, CA, and Angel Irene Hart of Pueblo, CO; her grandchildren, Alfred Glenn Crager III, Michael Dale Crager, Bryson Taylor Barnhart, Alyson Marie Cardona, Jayden Reyes Cardona, and Cameron Jacob Anderson; her adoptive children, Keri and Renee; and numerous nieces and nephews. Viewing, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday; and Funeral Services, 10 a.m., Friday, July 19, 2013, both to be held at TG McCarthy Funeral Home. Irene will be interred at Memorial Gardens in Colorado Springs, CO, next to her son, Herbert Martin. Arrangements by TG McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hart, Eleanore M.
Eleanore M. (Morone) Hart - Pueblo Chieftain - January 22, 2012 - Eleanore M. (Morone) Hart, 86, passed away on Jan. 18, 2012. Eleanor was preceded in death by husband, Albert Hart. Survived by daughter, Janet (Jack) Ford; grandson, Robert Ford; granddaughter, Rachel Ford; sisters-in-law, Barbara Morrone and Carolyn Marone; and brother-in-law, Paul Hardison. Also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. Eleanor was a waitress at LaTronica's Restaurant for over 30 years, as well as a member of Shrine of St. Therese Catholic Church. Memorial Mass, 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 27, 2012, Shrine of St. Therese Catholic Church. Inurnment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery.

Hart, Emily Dee
Emily Dee Hart - Pueblo Chieftain - April 24, 2011 - Emily Dee Hart, infant daughter of Ashlee Prater and Kurtis Hart, passed away April 19, 2011. She is survived by grandparents, Danny and Annette Prater, Kerry and Karen Hart; aunts, Jessica and Heather Prater; uncles, Kody Hart, Tyler and Leland Prater; great-grandparents, BettyJo and Forrest Prater, Shirley and David Homer, Larry Long, Patricia Hart, Jerry Vaughan, Emory and Barbara Hurd; great-great-grandmother, Lois Splittstoesser and Rose Valdez. Also survived by numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Preceded in death by her grandmother, Diedra Long; great-grandmother, Judith Long; great-grandfather, Chuck Hart; great uncles, Dale Mulkey and Toby Prater. Thank you to all of our friends and family during this time. At the family's request no services. Cremation has taken place.

Hart, Hazel R.
Hazel R. Hart - Pueblo Chieftain - September 30, 2012 -Hazel R. Hart, born Sept. 24, 1934, in Michigan, left this world Sept. 26, 2012, in Pueblo. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles, in 1995; and son, Charles, in 2010. She is survived by her children, Sally (Kenneth), Allen, Larry (Michelle); several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Visitation, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, Roselawn Funeral Home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3, Roselawn Funeral Home Chapel. Pastor Rogers officiating. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery.

Hart, James F. III
James F. Hart III - Pueblo Chieftain - March 10, 2013 - James F. Hart III, 67, born on March 8, 1945, passed away in a nursing home in Phoenix, Ariz., on March 4, 2013. Mr. Hart was a lifetime resident of Pueblo, until the past few years. Mr. Hart served as a corporal in the U.S. Marine Corps, 1962-1966. He continued his higher education at North Dakota State and received his psychology degree from the University of Southern Colorado in June 1976. With all of the trials and tribulations of life and death, Mr. Hart was a man of courage, dignity and integrity. He was a fair man. He was a kind soul. Jim was always there to lend a generous hand to those in need and they always left better than when they arrived, especially those who were fortunate enough to be served a plate of his famous spaghetti. Mr. Hart enjoyed fishing in the area. Fishing with his friends and family brought him a tremendous amount of joy and laughter. In earlier days, he enjoyed horse and dog ownership, training and racing and restaurant/bar ownership. His list of business endeavors and adventures was endless. He always had a hand in something; he was an exceptional man of many talents and passions. Jim's friends and family will miss his humor, laughter and endless telephone calls. Preceded in death by his loving parents: mother, Dorothy R. Cerny; father, James F. Hart Jr.; and stepfather, Jim Cerny. Jimmy will be greatly missed by his sister, Ellen Massie; nephews, RS Massie (Dori), Nicholas Duran; and niece, Carrie Duran; his aunts, uncles, many cousins and friends. Memorial and ashes will be scattered next to his favorite fishing area at a later date.

Hart, James V.
James V. Hart - Pueblo Chieftain - March 1, 2009 - James V. Hart passed away on Feb. 27, 2009. He retired as a supervisor from the CF&I Steel Corp. after 38 years in 1983. James was a veteran of the U.S. Army and a member of the Eagles No. 145. Jim was an avid sportsman and especially enjoyed fishing at Blue Mesa Reservoir, where he and Bunny were volunteer hosts for many years. Preceded in death by his parents, Roscoe and Elizabeth; sons, Larry and Gary. Survived by his wife of 63 years, Gladys "Bunny" Hart; his daughter-in-law and son-in-law, Deb and Jerry O'Connell; daughter-in-law, Irene Hart; granddaughter, Angel Jessie Cardona Hart; great-grandchildren, Alyson and Jayden; sister, Bertha Snyder; numerous nieces and nephews and special friends, Kathleen and Joe Snidar; and his special dog, "Tiger." In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice. A reception will be held, 2 p.m. Saturday, March 7, 2009, Imperial Funeral Home Reception Hall. Arrangements under the direction of Imperial Funeral Home.

Hart, John
John Hart - Pueblo Indicator - March 8, 1930 - Pueblo - Revenge was seen as a possible motive for the brutal slaying of John Hart, 42, alias John Zaharapaulos, at his home at Bessemer near here.   

Hart, Lois D.
Lois D. Hart - Pueblo Chieftain - October 29, 2009 - Lois D. Hart, 86, died Oct. 24, 2009. Burial in Kansas.

Hart, Mary Ann Bush
Mary Ann Bush Hart – Pueblo Chieftain – December 10, 1917 – Mrs. C. J. Hart, Resident of Pueblo for 50 Years Dies – Mrs. Mary Ann Bush Hart, wife of j Judge C. J. Hart, died at her home, 320 W. 10th St. at 8:15 o'clock last night. Mrs. Hart has been in poor health for several months. A few weeks ago highwaymen entered the Hart home and robbed Judge and Mrs. Hart at the point of a pistol, forcing them to remain in bed while the home was searched. Nervous from illness, Mrs. Hart displayed great bravery and coolness and at her request the highwaymen returned a gold watch taken from the clothing of Judge Hart which had been a keepsake for years. The nervous shock of the robbery and hold up aggravated the illness of Mrs. Hart and from the night of the robbery her illness became more serious. Mrs. Hart came to Pueblo on November 15, 1867, with her husband and has been a resident of this city constantly for half a century. Taking a prominent part in social and religious affairs in the early days, her influence has been felt in the city in many ways, although at all times she was essentially a home loving woman, her chief delight and her life work being the rearing of her family and the making of a happy home for the husband who survives her. On March 30, 1914, she celebrated her Golden wedding anniversary, making with her own hands the "Golden wedding cake" which was cut at the celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Hart were married March 30, 1864. Mrs. Hart was born in N.Y., October 11, 1846, and was 71 years old at the time of her death. She was a member of the Baptist Church from childhood. Her husband held many positions of honor in the city and county and was a prominent attorney in this city and county since the pioneer days. Possessed of a keen mind, Mrs. Hart had a fund of information about important events of the early days in Pueblo and had seen the city grow from a mere frontier village and trading station for Indians, minors, and cowboys, into a modern, western manufacturing and commercial city. Besides her husband who is now serving his second term as Justice of the Peace of Pueblo County, Mrs. Hart leaves three children and several grandchildren. Her two sons, Lorren M. Hart and Frederick Cecil Hart, reside in New York City. Her daughter, Mrs. Ellen Hart King, resides in this city and was at her mother's bedside last night when the end came. The funeral arrangements will not be decided upon until word is received from the sons in N.Y. The body is being cared for by Davis & Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – December 11, 1917 – The remains of Mrs. Mary Ann Bush Hart are being cared for at the Davis-Vories parlors awaiting the arrival of her son, Loren M. Hart, who is in route from his home in New York City and who is expected to arrive Friday. The time of the funeral will be announced upon his arrival and the interment will be in Denver. Pueblo Chieftain – December 15, 1917 – The funeral of Mrs. Mary Ann Bush Hart was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Davis-Vories Chapel and was attended by a large number of friends who had known the departed lady during her 50 years of residence in Pueblo, and who have learned to love her for her gentle Christian ways. The casket was completely banked with floral tributes, testimonials of the sweet thoughts her friends remembered her by. Mrs. Lydia Keeling, assisted by Mrs. E. J. Castle, conducted a beautiful service. The following songs being rendered by Mrs. J. E. Nachtschatt, Mrs. Lena Lee, and Madam Reilly, and Pawlett, accompanied by Mrs. Lou Ortner, "Power of the Highest," "God Is Love," "Peace like a River," "Be Still." The body was taken to Denver this morning for interment, accompanied the family as follows: Judge J. C. Hart, Frederick Cecil Hart of New York City; Mrs. Ella Hart King and daughter, Miss Helen King.

Hart, Ralph
Ralph “Mike” Hart - Pueblo Chieftain - March 30, 2010 - Ralph “Mike” Hart, 74, passed away March 25, 2010. He is survived by his wife, Carol; daughter, Michelle (Robert) Chavez; grandchildren, Brandon and Ava; four brothers, five sisters and numerous other relatives. After serving in both the Marines and the Navy, Mike retired from CF&I after 35 years. He spent most of his free time doing what he loved most: gardening, landscaping and building hot rods. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday April 3, 2010, at Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Hart, Richard E.
Richard E. Hart - Pueblo Chieftain - August 7, 2011 - Richard E. Hart, 44, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on Aug. 3, 2011. He was preceded in death by his granddaughter, Elizabeth. Richard is survived by his children, Tyler (Teresa) and Nicholas; parents, Earl and Barbara Hart; siblings, Coleen, Mary (Chuck) and Kenneth (Donna); and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Romero Chapel. Family and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following service.

Hart, Shawn Phillip
Shawn Phillip Hart - Pueblo Chieftain - February 22, 2014 - Shawn Phillip Hart, 37, passed away Feb. 16, 2014. He will be forever missed by his loving wife, Heather L. Hart; his parents, R. Larry (Kathryn) Hart and Shelley (Mike) Carrara; his children, Caleb Hart, Celeste Hart, CJ Delaney; his sisters, Larrissa Hart and Jodie Hart; and brother, Derek Hart; his godson and nephew, Mikey DeMaio; and many loving uncles, aunts, cousins, and grandparents. He was the most kindhearted, loving, thoughtful man. He never knew a stranger, was a leader of Men. He was kind, warm, sincere, patient and outgoing. He never made an enemy and never spoke negatively about anyone. He always put his family first and gave everything he had to those around him. A friend to many. He was a star employee of AutoChlor Systems of Colorado. He loved football and softball. He played in Colorado Springs men's softball leagues and coached his son's softball team. He was an avid Denver Broncos fan and fantasy football player. He was a notorious April Fools fooler. He gave his heart to the Lord, and we will see him in the next Life. Please join us for his Celebration of Life, 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014, Living Faith Church, 2120 King St., Colorado Springs, CO., 80904. Memorial contributions may be sent to Shawn P. Hart Memorial Fund, Pueblo Bank & Trust, 415 E. Pikes Peak Ave., Colorado Springs, CO., 80903. Private Interment. Arrangements by The Springs Funeral Services.

Hart, Squire
Squire Hart - Pueblo Leader - August 2, 1911 - Pioneers Renew Days of '76 in Annual Meet - Southern Colorado Association Closed Its Picnic at Minnequa Park Last Night With Frontier Meal of Bacon and Coffee, Served Under Evening Skies - Frontier Stories - Among the pioneers present was “Dory” Jones of El Paso, Texas, who moved here from Indiana in 1859. He was also present at the time of the death of the famous “Squire” Hart, one of the best known of the old bad men and gamblers of the west.

Hart, Troy T.
Troy T. Hart - Pueblo Chieftain - December 26, 2013 - Troy T. Hart, 86, was greeted by his Lord and Savior on Dec. 20, 2013, where he is rejoicing with his parents, numerous friends and family in Heaven. Troy was born on June 21, 1927, to Joseph and Rosa Hart in Hereford, Texas. He recently celebrated his 50th wedding anniversary with his loving wife, Levina. Troy retired from CF&I Steel 25 years ago and has spent this time perfecting his love of woodworking. He was a longtime member of Temple Baptist Church and loved serving everyone in his community. Troy is survived by his wife, Levina; sister, Ruby (Jim) Kaufman; children, Larry (Kathryn), Steve (Jeani), Diane (Tom) Hill, Deborah Hughes, Gerald (Susan) and Tim (Stacey). He was also the guardian of grandsons, Phillip (Desireah) James and Daniel James. Troy had the blessing of 18 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren and special family friend, Mike Sandoval. Services, 2 p.m. Friday, Dec. 27, at Temple Baptist Church. Online condolences can be offered at www.adrian-comer.com. Arrangements made at Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Hart, William M.
Lt. Col. William "Bill" M. Hart - Pueblo Chieftain - October 11, 2010 - Lt. Col. William "Bill" M. Hart, 85, passed away Friday, Oct. 8, 2010, in Rocky Ford. He was a retired U.S. Air Force pilot. He is survived by his children, Bill (Karen) Hart, David (Cindy) Hart and Carol (Cary) Chauffe; grandchildren, Sean (Sharon), Adrian (Abby) Hart, Kyle Hart, Kindall (Joel) James, Chase Chauffe, Georgia and Connor Chauffe; great-granddaughter, Adalynn Hart; great-grandson, Gannon Hart; and sister, Helen Lucille McCall. Visitation, 2 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010, at Peacock Memorial Chapel. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010, at Peacock Memorial Chapel. Interment will follow at Fairview Cemetery with military honors. Those wishing to do so may make memorial contributions to the Arkansas Valley Hospice Association, P.O. Box 408, La Junta, CO 81050, direct or through the funeral home.

Hartbauer, Stanley E.
Stanley E. Hartbauer - Pueblo Chieftain - September 1, 2013 - Stanley E. Hartbauer, 83, passed away Aug. 29, 2013. Survived by his wife of 60 years, Claudette (Erickson) Hartbauer; children, Julie (Branston) DiBrell of Security, Colo., Jeff (Susan) Hartbauer of Pueblo and Lisa (Bill) Ripke of Pueblo; brothers, Wilbur (Beth) Hartbauer of Pueblo West and Don Hartbauer of Fairbanks, Alaska; sister-in-law, Pamela (Tom) Yinger of Buckeye Lake, Ohio; grandchildren, Tim (Cassie) Hartbauer, Tiffany Hartbauer, Zach Hartbauer, Jordane Hartbauer, Alarik Ripke, Mollie (Aaron) Miller and Laura DiBrell; and great-grandchildren, Jaden DiBrell and Hunter Hartbauer. Preceded in death by his parents, Emil and Edna Hartbauer; and in-laws, Clarence and Myrna Erickson. Stanley was born April 11, 1930, in Canon City. He retired from Colorado Department of Transportation after 36 years of service and then worked 12 years at Trinity Lutheran as the custodian. He was an active member of Bethany Lutheran and a life member of BPO Elks No. 90. Most importantly, he was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013, at Bethany Lutheran Church, 1802 Sheridan Road. Those who desire may make memorials to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice or Bethany Lutheran Church.

Harter, Alyce
Alyce Harter - Pueblo Indicator - June 16, 1928 - Dr. J. C. Harter Passes Away - Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Royce of this city received word late last Wednesday afternoon that their son-in-law, Dr. J. C. Harter, of Salida, had passed away. He was discovered dead in his office. Heart failure was given as the cause of death. His wife, Mrs. Gretchen Harter, and 5-year-old little son, Jack, were visiting their parents here at the time. On May 25 their 3 year-old little daughter, Alyce, fell into the Little River at Salida and was drowned. Mr. and Mrs. Royce and Mrs. Harter and son left for Salida early last Thursday evening.

Harter, J. C. (Dr.)
J. C. Harter - Pueblo Indicator - June 16, 1928 - Dr. J. C. Harter Passes Away - Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Royce of this city received word late last Wednesday afternoon that their son-in-law, Dr. J. C. Harter, of Salida, had passed away. He was discovered dead in his office. Heart failure was given as the cause of death. His wife, Mrs. Gretchen Harter, and 5-year-old little son, Jack, were visiting their parents here at the time. On May 25 their 3 year-old little daughter, Alyce, fell into the Little river at Salida and was drowned. Mr. and Mrs. Royce and Mrs. Harter and son left for Salida early last Thursday evening.

Hartley, Billy Ray
Billy Ray Hartley - Pueblo Chieftain - April 22, 2010 - Billy Ray Hartley, 55, passed away April 19, 2010, in Pueblo West, Colo. Survived by numerous family members. At his request, there will be no viewing and no service. Cremation has taken place. Arrangements through Roselawn Funeral Home.

Hartley, Larry W.
Larry W. Hartley - Rock Island Argus - July 21, 2007 - Mr. Larry W. Hartley, 55, of Walkerton, died Sunday, July 15, 2007, in Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, as a result of a motorcycle accident. He was born Nov. 9, 1951, in Terre Haute to Robert and Lola (Keller) Hartley, and had lived in the Walkerton area since 1995, coming from Texas. Mr. Hartley was a paramedic, employed with Superior Ambulance Service, managing the Michigan City district. He was a firefighter with the Koontz Lake Fire Department. He taught many EMS and fire service-related courses. He was a founding member and commander of the Starke County Fire Association Honor Guard, a member of Red Knights Motorcycle Club and the Patriot Guard and a past member of Eagle Creek Church where he had served as song leader. He graduated Phi Kappa Theta from Ivy Tech in Kokomo. He was a retired U.S. Army veteran, having served in the Vietnam War. On Jan. 6, 1973, in La Porte, he married Cindy Hickman, who died in 1993. His father and one daughter, Tonya Turnbaugh, also preceded him in death. Surviving are his mother of Knox; two daughters, Heidi (Richard) Jackson and Theressa, both of Terre Haute; three grandchildren, Christopher Hartley, Kira Turnbaugh and Jadon Jackson; one sister, Dorothy Snowdon of Knox; and two brothers, Gary of Jacksonville, Fla., and James of Trinidad, Colo. A memorial service will be Saturday at 1 p.m. La Porte County time at Rannells Funeral Home, Hamlet Chapel, with Dave Casey officiating. Friends may call Saturday from 11 a.m. until the service. Military honor and firefighter honor services will be held at the funeral home. Memorial contributions ay be made to Koontz Lake Fire Department or Starke County Fire Association Honor Guard, both c/o Rannells Funeral Home, PO Box 500, Hamlet, IN 46532.

Hartley, Leland S.
Leland S. Hartley - Pueblo Chieftain - June 3, 2009 - Leland S. Hartley, born May 5, 1929, passed away June 1, 2009. Survived by children, Wanda Hartley, Lynn Hartley and Billy Hartley; grandchildren, Teddy Hall, Donald Hall, Melba Marie Hall, Athena Dixon, Andrea Summerville, Jason Hartley, Alexis Edwards and Anna Hartley; great-grandchildren, Marie Hall, Crystal Hall, Morgan Hall, Sloan Hall, Nevaeh Hall, Quintin Edwards and Delilah Dixon. Leland moved to Colorado from Kansas in 1957. He retired from CF&I after 30 years of service. The family will hold a private inurnment.

Hartley, Lorna Gail
Lorna Gail (Hopper) Hartley - Pueblo Chieftain - April 5, 2012 - Lorna Gail (Hopper) Hartley, Nov. 15, 1948, to March 26, 2012. Survived by daughter, Arlene Brunnhoelzl; grandsons, Jeremiah, Beau and Daniel; and son, Randy Smith, all of Alaska. There will be no services and her ashes will be spread in Beulah, per her wishes. A special thanks to John, Vanessa, Shelly, Shirley, and Toni for being a part of her life.

Hartley, Wilrose Joyce
Wilrose Joyce "Willie" Hartley - Wellington Daily News - April 26, 2010 - Wilrose Joyce "Willie" Hartley, of Wellington, retired Dental Assistant, died Friday, April 23, 2010 at Sumner Regional Medical Center in Wellington, Kansas at the age of 79. Wilrose was born the Daughter of William Carlson and Lena (Parkening) Carlson on Saturday, July 12, 1930 in Walsenburg, Colorado. On September 20, 1950, Wilrose and Robert Hartley were united in marriage at Wellington, Kansas. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, two brothers and eight sisters. Survivors include Children, Ronnie Hartley and his wife Cheryl of Wichita, Kansas, Randy Hartley and his wife Donna of Wellington, Kansas, Sister, Peggy Stinson of Wellington, Kansas, 4 Grandchildren, 5 Great Grandchildren. Friends may call at the funeral home from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Sunday, April 25 with the family present from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Funeral services for Wilrose will be held at 10:30 a.m., Monday, April 26, 2010 in First Christian Church, Wellington, Kansas with Pastor Don Bryant of the First Christian Church officiating. Interment will follow in Prairie Lawn Cemetery, Wellington, Kansas. A memorial has been established in her name and loving memory with the First Christian Church, 123 West 9th, Wellington, Kansas 67152. Contributions can be mailed or left with the funeral home. Arrangements are by Day Funeral Home & Crematory, Wellington, Kansas.

Hartman, Artie
Artie Hartman - Pueblo Chieftain - April 26, 2009 - Artie Hartman was born May 7, 1922, and passed away peacefully on April 23, 2009. He was preceded in death by his wife of 57 years, Wilma; parents, Earl and Mabel; brother, Clyde; sister, Agnes. He is survived by sons, Jim (Cheryl) and Larry (Kathy); brother, Bert (Joan); sisters-in-law, Dorothy Hartman, Pat Fowler; grandchildren, Justin, Janna, Jacie (Darrell) Fisher, Jimie, Larry Jr. (Kim), Heather (Fred) Kayser; seven great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. Artie performed with the Pueblo Civic Symphony playing his trumpet during his high school years. He graduated from Lakeside-Vineland in 1940, attended CU and enlisted in the Army Air Corps, where he flew 35 bomb missions over Germany in World War II. He returned home to Vineland to farm with his dad, uncle and brother. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Tuesday, April 28, Vineland United Methodist Church. Donations may be made to a charity of your choice in Artie's memory. Family will receive friends in the Educational Hall following service.

Hartman, Carol J.
Carol J. Hartman - Pueblo Chieftain - March 8, 2009 - Carol J. Hartman, 56, born on Jan. 4, 1953, in West Union, Iowa, passed away on March 5, 2009. She was preceded in death by her father, William Hartman; son, Craig Hughes; and mother in-law, Edna Gutierrez. She is survived by husband, Anthony D. Gutierrez; children, Lynn Liljegren and Robert Hughes; mother, Winifred Hartman; siblings, Gertrude Kerns, Paul (Magalli) Hartman, Richard (Jeanne) Hartman, Jean (Joe) O'Conner and Dale (Karen) Hartman; grandchildren, William J., William A., Nicholas, Einn and Kayla; and special nephew, Benjamin Pacheco. Also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and Donna Taylor, her survivor buddy. She was a member of Business Women's Network International and Latino Chamber of Commerce. Carol enjoyed crocheting, needlepoint, travel, her family and gardening, and was active with the Knights of Columbus. She and her husband Anthony started J&D Business Services in 1993. Since 2002, Carol had been an Arbonne International consultant. She had many friends and customers who became her friends, and she will be missed by everyone who knew her. Rosary, 7:30 p.m. Monday, and memorial Mass 10 a.m. Tuesday; both services to be held at St. Mary's Church. Arrangements under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hartman, Elizabeth
Elizabeth Hartman - Pueblo Chieftain - August 31, 1917 - Mrs. Elizabeth Hartman, 83, for the past 29 years a resident of Pueblo, died at the home of her son Joseph Hartman, 1209 Berkley Avenue last night. Mrs. Hartman was born in Calridon, O. She was a member of the Northern Avenue Methodist Church and she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Amanda Hopper of Pueblo, and Mrs. Delphine Welsh of Mentone, Ind.; three sons, Ira, John, and Joseph Hartman, all living in Pueblo. The funeral will be held tomorrow from the residence at 10 o'clock. Interment will be in the family burial plot in Mountain View Cemetery under the direction of McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain – September 1, 1917 – The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Hartman will take place this morning at 10 o'clock from the residence, 1209 Berkeley Ave. Interment will be in the family burial plot at Mountain View Cemetery under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain - September 2, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Hartman took place yesterday at 10 o'clock from the residence of her son, Joseph Hartman, 1209 Berkeley Ave. Rev. J. E. Henshaw, pastor of the Central Christian Church conducted the services which were largely attended. Miss Mildred Anderson and Miss Anna Shriver, accompanied by Mrs. Rush, sang "The Home of the Soul" and "Saved by Grace." The casket was banked with flowers and the flower bearers were grandchildren of the deceased, Mrs. Viola Walford, Delphine Parker, Mary Sanders, Marguerite Hartman, and Marie Hartman. The pall bearers were John Hartman, Ira Hartman, Joseph Hartman, and John Hoppes. Interment was in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company.

Hartman, Hal S.
Hal S. Hartman - Pueblo Chieftain - April 11, 2013 - Hal S. Hartman, 69, was called home on April 8, 2013. Hal was born and raised in Pueblo and graduated from Centennial High School in 1962 and CSU-Pueblo in 1968. He served in the United States Army during the Vietnam War. Prior to his true calling, he worked for PepsiCo., State, Inc., Newberry State and ICM. In 1989, he was called to serve as assistant pastor at Broadway Christian Church and due to his selfless service, he was asked to be head pastor in 1993. Because of his sincere love for Jesus Christ, he influenced countless lives. He loved snow skiing, fishing, hiking, body boarding, bicycling and walking. Above all, were his love for the Scriptures and making memories with his family. He was preceded in death by his parents, Clifford and Reveille Hartman. Hal is survived by his wife and soulmate, Sharon; children, Tawna Shae (Chad) Nagler, Shannon (Luther) Snow and Kent Hartman; his grandchildren, Kelcie, Michael and Nicholas Nagler, Taryn Thompson-Hartman and Addison and Alexandria Snow; his sister, Pam Cowen; as well as numerous beloved nieces and nephews. Special thanks to Sangre de Cristo Hospice and its staff for their care of Hal. Funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 12, 2013, at Broadway Christian Church, 206 Broadway Ave. Interment will follow in the Roselawn Cemetery with military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team. Cards may be sent to the Hartman family at Broadway Christian Church, 206 Broadway Ave., Pueblo, CO 81004.

Hartman, John Henry
John Henry Hartman - Pueblo Indicator - December 15, 1934 - John H. Hartman Passed Away - John Henry Hartman, well known citizen, who formerly lived on a ranch on the Beulah road near Rock Creek, died December 7, 1934. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Clara Hartman of Pueblo, two daughters, Mrs. W. H. Robinson of San Juan, California, and Mrs. B. E. Morris of Fontana, Wis., and nine grand children. Interment in Mt. View cemetery.

Hartman, Sylvia Eleanor
Sylvia Eleanor Hartman - Pueblo Chieftain - August 16, 2012 - Sylvia Eleanor Hartman, 90, passed away Aug. 14, 2012. Survived by her children, Sylvia (Kipp) Miller of Kempner, Texas, Robert (Kathleen) Hartman of West Jordan, Utah, and David (Janet) Hartman of Pagosa Springs, Colo.; daughter-in-law, Debra Hartman of Interlachen, Fla.; sister, Shirley Klipfel of Pueblo; numerous grand and great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her son, Harry Hartman; and brother, Howard Hunter. Sylvia was born to Archie and Mildred Hunter on April 4, 1922, in Emporia, Kan., and was a longtime Beulah Valley resident. She retired from the Colorado State Hospital, where she was a baker. There will be no viewing or services. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to the Beulah Valley Fire Department or EMS through the funeral home.

Hartness, Patricia
Patricia Reece Hartness - Pueblo Chieftain - August 14, 2009 - Patricia Reece Hartness, 77, of Golden, passed away on Aug. 12, 2009. Pat was born and raised in Pueblo. She attended Pueblo Central High School. After high school, she attended Colorado College. She completed a nursing program at Tulane, La. Except for a few years in Louisiana, she lived her life in Colorado. Pat worked as a registered nurse in Denver area hospitals. She is survived by her children, Karn Stiegelmeier and husband, Frank Lilly, Kurt Stiegelmeier, Kraig Stiegelmeier and wife, Johanna Stiegelmeier; granddaughters, Kylee Stiegelmeier and Kaylin Lilly; her sister, Priscilla Ivey; and niece and nephew, Anne and Joe Ivey. Pat was a loving mother and grandmother, a kind and spirited soul with a positive outlook on everyone she met. Her cheery spirit and upbeat perspective will be immensely missed in this world, especially by all of her family and friends.

Hartshorn, Clyde
Clyde Hartshorn – Pueblo Chieftain – December 10, 1918 – Clyde Hartshorn Is Dead in France – Clyde C. Hartshorn, 2403 West St., died of pneumonia in France, October 31. This information reached the young soldier's widowed mother in this city yesterday by wire from the War Department, just 39 days from the date of his death. The young man's father died in this city of pneumonia a year ago. Besides the mother, Mrs. L. Hartshorn, the soldier, who was 23 years old, leaves three brothers and four sisters, all residents of this city except a sister who resides in eastern Kansas. Before going into the service seven months ago, he was employed by the Pueblo plant of the American Smelting and Refining Company. From here he went to Camp Funston, and about a month later was sent overseas; he has been in the battlefront and among those who went over the top in real action up to the time he was taken ill. He belonged to Company D, 353rd Regiment of the 89th Division. Pueblo Chieftain – December 15, 1918 – Royal Highlanders – We wish to extend our sympathy to the mother and family of our late clansman, Clyde C. Hartshorn, who died of pneumonia somewhere in France, October 31, and deeply regret that our service flag will wear a gold star, as we hoped to greet all our soldiers again. Pueblo Chieftain – December 20, 1918 – Clyde Hartshorn Not Dead; Wounded – Word has been received in Pueblo that Clyde C. Hartshorn, whose name appeared on the casualty list a few days ago as having died of pneumonia, is not dead, but was severely wounded. He is a son of Mrs. L. L. Hartshorn, 2409 West St., and is 23 years old. Prior to his enlistment Hartshorn was employed at the Pueblo plant of the American Smelting and Refining Co. He was sent from Pueblo to Camp Funston and was sent almost directly oversees after reaching there. He is a member of Co. D, 553rd Regiment of the 89th Division. It is not known whether he will be sent to the United States to recover or whether he will be kept in one of the base hospitals in France. Pueblo Chieftain – January 5, 1919 – The Royal Highlanders – Our deepest sympathy goes out to the bereaved family of clansman Clyde Hartshorn, who died of wounds received in action "Over There." We regret to have a gold star on our service flag but are so proud of our valiant clansman's noble service for his country and for us. Colorado Freedom Memorial - Clyde C. Hartshorn, private, Army, WWI, born 1/1/1895, from Pueblo, died 10/31/1918, buried in Waverly Cemetery, Waverly, Kansas, died of wounds, son of Leslie L. and Florence Herring Hartshorn, member 341st M.C.B.N., 89th Division, Panel 2, Column 1, Row 53 (on the monument of the Colorado Freedom Memorial)

Hartshorn, Lloyd L.
Lloyd L. Hartshorn – Pueblo Chieftain – February 25, 1918 – Lloyd L. Hartshorn, age 59 years, died yesterday at a local hospital. Mr. Hartshorn was employed at the American smelting and refining plant and leaves a wife and eight children residing at 57 Block M. The body is being cared for by the McCarthy Undertaking Company and the funeral announcement will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain – February 26, 1918 – Services over the body of Lloyd L. Hartshorn took place yesterday afternoon at 4:30 in the McCarthy Funeral Parlors. Rev. John H. Ketchum conducted the services. The body was forwarded last evening by the McCarthy Undertaking Company to Waverly, Kan. for interment.

Hartsoe, J. Clint
J. Clint Hartsoe - Pueblo Chieftain – April 2, 1918 – Death of J. C. Hartsoe – Word was received in Pueblo yesterday that J. C. ("Clint") Hartsoe, a former well-known resident of Pueblo, who removed from Pueblo to Los Angeles, Calif., several years ago, had died in the latter city on Thursday last. There are no particulars but Clint had hundreds of friends in Pueblo who will regret to read the news of his death. Mr. Hartsoe was engaged in the house moving business here for years with his father, and after his father's death he continued the business for some time and then moved to Los Angeles, where he and his family have since resided.

Hartwell, Frank I.
Frank I. Hartwell - Milwaukee (Wisconsin) Sentinel - December 7, 1897 - Elkhorn Man Dies in Colorado - Elkhorn, Wis., Dec. 6 - Frank I. Hartwell died at Pueblo, Col., Dec. 5. The body was embalmed and will be sent here. He was 29 years of age.

Hartz, Daisy
Daisy Hartz – Pueblo Chieftain – August 9, 1919 – Daisy Hartz, age 35 years, died at a local hospital August 8; the body will be sent to Denver by McMinn. Pueblo Chieftain – August 10, 1919 – The body of Miss Daisy Hartz was sent to Denver yesterday by the McMinn Undertaking Co.

Haruff, Mary B.
Mary B Haruff – Pueblo Chieftain – March 6, 1919 – Mary B. Haruff, age 80 years, died March 5 at a local hospital. Funeral this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Private services. Pueblo Chieftain – March 7, 1919 – The funeral of Mrs. Mary B. Haruff took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Rev. W. T. Hilton conducted the services.

Harvat, Jacob
Jacob Harvat - Rocky Mountain News - September 20, 1883 - Mountain Cities - Georgetown - Mr. Jacob Harvat, whose serious illness at Pueblo was mentioned in these columns last week, died at Pueblo Monday at 2 o'clock p.m. after a long illness of typhoid fever. The deceased had been a resident of Georgetown for over ten years, and for nine years past had been engaged in the meat market business, and at one time was a prominent member of the town council. He was an enterprising, energetic and honorable business man and was quite popular among his friends and was much respected as a citizen. His death is deeply felt in Georgetown. At the time of his death he was 34 years of age. He leaves a wife and one child. The remains were taken to Denver and from thence will be shipped to Iowa City, Iowa, for burial. His wife and child and brother, Joseph Harvat, will follow the remains East. Rocky Mountain News - September 23, 1883 - Mountain Matters - Georgetown - The family of Jacob Harvat, who died at Pueblo, concluded to bury the remains in Georgetown instead of taking them east. The remains arrived from Denver Wednesday noon, and Thursday afternoon the funeral occurred from the Presbyterian church under the auspices of the Odd Fellows. The fire department, of which Mr. Harvat was a member, also turned out. The funeral services were also attended by a large number of friends of the family. The remains were conveyed to the cemetery at Alverada by a special train and five coaches of friends accompanied them.

Harvatin, James
James Harvatin – Pueblo Chieftain – August 17, 1919 – James Harvatin, age 18 months, died August 15. Body sent to Trinidad yesterday by McMinn's. Pueblo Chieftain – August 18, 1919 – The body of James Harvatin was sent to Trinidad, Colo., yesterday by the McMinn Undertaking Co. accompanied by the relatives.

Harvey, Fred
Fred Harvey - Pueblo Indicator - December 26, 1925 - Boy Was Killed Riding Bumper - Fred Harvey, 15 years of age, was almost instantly killed Wednesday evening at the corner of Second and Bradford while riding the bumper of a car driven by Clifford Brownlee, when the car struck a fire hydrant, crushing the Harvey boy. The boys were delivering papers at the time, and used the bumper as a quick way to get on and off the car.

Harvey, Harold M.
Harold M. Harvey - Pueblo Chieftain - December 28, 2009 - Harold M. Harvey, 61, passed away Dec. 24, 2009. Preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy Harvey; parents, Harker and Mary Elizabeth Harvey; and brothers, Thomas and William Harvey. Survived by children, Brian, Carl, Patrick and Theresa; sister, Mary Ann (Charles) Bonomelli, Pueblo; numerous nephews, and one niece. Harold served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam war, and earned the Vietnam service medal with a Silver Star. Cremation, with a memorial service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Harvey, Joel G.
Joel G. Harvey - Pueblo Indicator - April 2, 1838 - Stone City - News of the passing away of Joel G. Harvey at his home in Pueblo, was received here Saturday. Mr. Harvey was connected with the Turkey Creek Stone company here a number of years, and has friends here who regret his passing.

Harvey, Katherine Bernice
Katherine Bernice "Bunny" "My Beautiful Lady" Harvey - Pueblo Chieftain - July 14, 2009 - Katherine Bernice "Bunny" "My Beautiful Lady" Harvey, 91, was born on April 2, 1918, in Sandoval, Ill., to the union of Ben and Flora Dolsen and passed away on July 12, 2009, in Pueblo, Colo. Predeceased by her husband, Lewis H. Harvey; three brothers; and one sister. Survived by her children, Clifford (Jacque) Harvey and Judy (Frank Dagnillo Jr.) Dagnillo- Harvey; grandchildren, Brandon (Julie) Harvey, Bryan (Theresa) Guagliardo, Kevin (Holly) Guagliardo, Bobbi Jo (Justin Carrington) Guagliardo, Brendean Harvey and Michele (Todd) Myzia; 11 great-grandchildren and special friend and traveling buddy, Violet Cooper. She enjoyed flowers, gardening and crocheting. She will be sadly missed. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 15, 2009, Imperial Funeral Home. Interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Harvey, Kenneth Eugene Sr.
Kenneth Eugene Harvey Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - November 2, 2012 - Kenneth Eugene Harvey Sr., 92, passed away Nov. 1, 2012. Arrangements pending under the direction of T.G. McCarthy Funeral home. Imperial Funeral Home - November 3, 2012 - Kenneth Eugene Harvey Sr., 92 of Pueblo left his earthly home for his heavenly home after a lengthy illness. At the time of his death he was surrounded by his loving family in his home. Kenneth was born on July 22, 1920 in Channing, Texas to William and Minnie Harvey. He is survived by his loving wife, Ruth who he loved for 67 years. His family was most important to him and he is survived by five children: Nancy and Karen Harvey of Colorado Springs, Keith (Diana) Harvey of Creighton, NE, Kenneth Jr. and Karl Harvey of Pueblo. In addition, Kenneth had four loving grandchildren: Lance (Sandi) Harvey of Pueblo; Brandon (Deon) Harvey of Parkville, MD; Heather Harvey of Santa Fe, NM, and Stacy Harvey Denver. Four great grandchildren: Charlotte and Clara Harvey (MD) and Brooke and Hunter Harvey of Pueblo will miss their grandpa very much. He is survived by three sisters all in California (Louella Mau, Irene (John) Bateman, and Lois Anderson). Ken was a proud American who served in the Army during World War II in the European and African Campaign. For 41 years Ken worked in the Power Department at the Colorado Fuel and Iron Corporation. At his retirement he was a Foreman for the Power Department. Kenneth's greatest enjoyment was spending time with his family fishing, hunting, and working at their cabin in Westcliffe, Colorado. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Viewing will be held on Monday, November 5, 2012 from 4-7 pm at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. Services to be held at T.G. McCarthy on Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at 2:00 pm with interment in Imperial Gardens with military honors.

Harvey, Mac
Mac Harvey - Pueblo Chieftain - February 7, 2012 - Mac Harvey, 75, passed away Feb. 4, 2012. Service 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, 2012, at Trinity Life Center.

Harvey, Opal
Opal Harvey - Pueblo Chieftain - July 26, 2009 - Opal Harvey passed away on July 23, 2009, at the age of 97. Mrs. Harvey was preceded in death by her husband, Eual L.; an infant daughter, Myrna Rose Harvey; her parents, Martin L. and Emma E. Wolfe; six sisters, three brothers; and son-in-law, Richard Fiscus. She is mourned by her children, Eulalea (James) McMillen, Jean Fiscus, Joy (Fred) Sterner, Jim (Gayle) Harvey, Ted (Susan) Harvey and Tim Harvey. Mrs. Harvey also will be missed by her grandchildren, Kathy (Chuck) Allen, Kristine (Mike) Fields, Dale Sterner, Karen Smith, David (Dawna) Sterner, Dan (Mary Ann) Sterner, Michael McMillen, Kurt Harvey, John (Rick Fine) Fiscus, Bill (Kathy) Harvey, Becky (Lisa Ferguson) Fiscus, Bob (Melanie) Harvey, Ed (Henrietta) Harvey, Leslie (Mitch) Strasia, Robin (Steve) Trujillo, Katie Harvey and Cori Harvey; 29 great-grandchildren and 10 great-great-grandchildren. She also is survived by sisters-in-law, Lois Anderson, Louella Mau, Irene (John) Bateman and Georgia Mae Harvey; as well as her brother-in-law, Kenneth (Ruth) Harvey. She also leaves behind her friends at Lake Avenue Baptist Church, where she was a member for over 50 years, the Sunshine Bunco Club, the Pride City Quilt Guild, and many other family members and friends. Mrs. Harvey was a wonderful cook and seamstress, an avid reader, an empathetic, intelligent and loving counselor and mentor to all who were lucky enough to have known her. She crocheted miles of lace on linens. Her smile was a treasure, her sense of humor low-key and modest. Our mother, grandmother, friend, sister and aunt will be sadly missed. Viewing, 2 to 6 p.m. today, July 26, 2009, and funeral service, 10 a.m. Monday, July 27, 2009; both at Imperial Funeral Home. Interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Contributions may be made in memory of Opal to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice House.

Harvey, Rose Alice
Rose Alice Harvey - Pueblo Chieftain - August 3, 2007 - Rose Alice Harvey, 87, of Gardner, died Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2007. Survived by her husband, Cecil Harvey, Gardner; children, Margie (Sam) Molinero, Trinidad, Thomas (Kathy) Benson, Westcliffe, Jerry (Caren) Benson, Calhan; step-daughter, Connie (Jim) Huffman, Kansas; and special aunt, Charlotte Murphy; eight grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, four sisters, a brother, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, relatives on both Rose's and Cecil's family. Preceded in death by a granddaughter and two great-grandsons. Memorial service, 11 a.m., Monday, Aug. 6, 2007, Boies-Ortega Memorial Chapel, Walsenburg, Colo.

Harvot, William John
William John Harvot – Pueblo Chieftain – July 30, 1918 – William John Harvot, age 20 months, died at a local hospital yesterday afternoon. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harvot. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 1:30 from the family residence, 1624 Pine St., and at 2 o'clock from St. Francis Xavier Church. Rev. Father A. M. Bertram will conduct the services. The interment will be in Roselawn Cemetery in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain – July 31, 1918 – The funeral of William John Harvot took place from the family home, 1624 Pine St., yesterday afternoon at 1:30 and from St. Francis Xavier Church at 2 o'clock. Rev. Father J. M. Minot conducted the services. The pallbearers were Mary Fedor and Elizabeth Thi. Flower bearers: Anna Sahan, Helen Schmeinitz, Florence Schmeinitz, Helen Fedor, Russell Saban, Henry Landendorf, Albert Landendorf, and Anton Schaffen.

Hasenack, Velma
Velma Hasenack - Huerfano Journal - February 14, 2013 - Velma Hasenack, June 4, 1927 - February 1, 2013 - Our loving mother, grandmother, and sister Velma Hasenack, 85, entered into rest on February 1, 2013 in her home with her family by her side. Velma was born on June 4, 1927 in Leadville, Colorado to Frank and Christine Robinson, their 7th child. Velma graduated from Walsenburg High School in the year of 1948. On October 16, 1948, Velma married Fred Hasenack in Taos, New Mexico. Velma is preceded in death by her parents, her husband, and seven siblings. Velma is survived by her three daughters, Jeanne (Sonny) Valdez of Scurry, Texas; Jan (Bill) Blackman of Phoenix, Arizona, and Karen (Billy Pacheco) Meares of Walsenburg, Colorado; Velma's grandchildren, Kasie Valdez of Scurry, Texas; Billy (Corinna) Blackman of Phoenix, Arizona; Brandi (Chris) Ward of Phoenix, Arizona; Eston (Eve) Chandler of Bedford, Texas; Chris Meares of Acworth, Georgia; Rachel Meares of Woodstock, Georgia; great-grandchildren Brittany Ward, Christopher Ward, and Stacey Ward of Phoenix, Arizona; Megan Ward and Matthew Ward of Denver, Colorado. Also surviving are Velma's six siblings, Elaine Hall of Alamosa, Colorado; Mary Jo Nason and Marlene Moore of La Veta, Colorado; Glenda (Jeff) Lay of Sun City, Arizona; Barbara Erwin of Milton, Washington, and Frank (Debbie) Robinson of Ecuador. Velma was a cook at the Rambler restaurant for several years. She was also a very hard worker and a very giving person to all. She is and will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. May our mother, grandmother, and sister rest in peace until we all meet again. A family celebration of her life will be at a later date.

Haskell, Kenneth LaVerne
Kenneth LaVerne Haskell - Pueblo Chieftain - June 5, 2012 - Kenneth LaVerne Haskell passed away peace fully at his home in Canon City on May 30, 2012. A celebration of life funeral service for Canon City and former Lamar resident will be at 11 a.m., Tuesday, June 5, 2012, at the Peacock Family Chapel in Lamar. He was born Nov. 24, 1926 to Charlie and Elda (Chapman) Haskell in Garden City, Kan. They moved to Kiowa County when he was 2 years old. He attended school in Brandon. At 17 years old, he worked at Hills Brother Factory in California with a couple of friends. At age 19, on Aug. 20, 1945, he joined the Army, deployed to Korea and discharged on Jan. 31, 1947. Having lived on a farm for most of his life, he returned home and started farming and ranching in the Kiowa County area. On Oct. 19, 1948, he married the love of his life, Juanita Wright. They farmed and ranched in Kiowa and Prowers County for about 37 years before retiring and moving to Canon City to be closer to the mountains. He loved dancing with his wife, Juanita, every chance they had, which were many. Everyone loved watching them dance and his children say they had their own unique, magic feet like floating on water or gliding on ice! They were beautiful together! He supported his children and community with school sports, 4-H, square dancing and other activities. He always lent a helping hand to his neighbors and friends. He and Juanita played cards and fished with their children, grandchildren, family and friends. In 1979 he helped reorganize the Lamar Fraternal Order of Eagles and instituted Lamar Aerie 3898. After moving to Canon City in 1985, he helped to revitalize the Florence Fraternal Order of Eagles #169. He was proud to be an Eagle; serving as the local president, 15 years secretary, state president, 12 years state secretary, Four Corners regional president, inducted into the National Hall of Fame. He is survived by wife of 63 years, Juanita; four children, Aleta Lynn Shoemaker, Danny Lane Haskell (Pamela Thorson), Larry Leroy Haskell (Cheryl), Brenda Lorraine Haskell; 11 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; one great- great-grandchild; several nieces, nephews, cousins; five sister-in-laws; one brother-in-law. He was preceded in death by his son, Wayne Laverne Haskell; parents, Charlie and Elda (Chapman) Haskell; sister, Alberta Carr; brothers, Charles E. Haskell, Raymond Haskell, Wayne Haskell; several nieces and nephews. At home and every gathering of family and friends, his humor and antics broke everyone up. Many have special memories of those moments! He will be remembered by his family and friends for being a wise and intelligent man with a lot of common sense, the “best” man they have ever known, a great leader, teacher and mentor, as well as the bestest “Daddy and Grandpa” ever!!!! He embraced each child and grandchild's chosen partner and their children with much love and respect! Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of St. John's at 1320 Everett Ct., Lakewood, CO 80315.

Haslee, Lorraine
Lorraine Mall Haslee - Huerfano World Journal - January 5, 2012 - Lorraine Mall Haslee, May 19, 1954 - November 30, 2011 - Lorraine Mall Haslee, who will be remembered by all whose lives she touched through her strength, benevolence, positive outlook and perseverance, died peacefully in her Minturn home Nov. 30 after a valiant battle with cancer. She was 57. A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17 in the Vail Mountain School auditorium. A Colorado native, Lorraine was born May 19, 1954, in Walsenburg to Laura and John Mall. The youngest of seven children, the Mall family also cared for five cousins for 10 years until her mother died when Lorraine was only 12. A 1972 graduate of Walsenburg High School, Lorraine earned a degree in women's studies at the University of Colorado. While skiing on the slopes of Copper Mountain, she met Fred Haslee, whom she married in 1977. The couple settled in Minturn in 1979. Lorraine began her career as a librarian in Minturn in 1979, moving to the mid-valley library in Eagle-Vail a decade later. When that facility closed in 1991, Lorraine moved to the library located in the Avon City Market location and then onto the new Avon Library when it was completed. Thirteen years ago, she began her position as librarian at Vail Mountain School, where she worked until a week prior to her death. “It was important for her to be at school, where she found such strength, joy and enthusiasm for life,” explained her daughter, Laura. “She watched children graduate that she had worked with from kindergarten through their entire school careers, which was a unique part of her job. “Maggie and I have been so blessed to have a mother who was a mentor, an inspiration, an advocate, a best friend and a sounding board for us.” Throughout her illness, Lorraine tried to maintain a positive attitude. Last March 2, after a particularly difficult treatment day, she wrote, "All in all it was a good day. Didn't have any reactions to new chemo drugs and I am tucked in bed typing away. Love you all and here's to spring flowers and hugs for loved ones!" Lorraine loved the holidays and captured that spirit by making gifts for her friends, said close friend Valerie Wegert. She lived her life with a sense of humor, grace and humility, focusing not so much on what she did, but how she did it. “Lorraine's greatest attributes were her kindness and compassion for people,” Wegert said. “She had a wonderful sense of community, finding opportunities to make the lives of those around her better and challenging her family and friends to pay it forward. She encouraged everyone around her, knowing instinctively if you needed a hand, an ear to listen, or a shoulder to cry on.” Lorraine generously gave her time and energy, leaving her imprint on numerous local organizations including: board member of Eagle Valley Community Fund Rummage Sale; a founder and board member of Swift Eagle Charitable Foundation; the Literacy Project's Spellabration; The Salvation Army's Adopt-a-Family project; Shaw Cancer Center volunteer; Little League volunteer umpire; the CERT Community Emergency Response Team and the American Red Cross, where she began volunteer training. In addition, she was a powerful force within her hometown of Minturn. There she volunteered for Minturn Community Day Cleanup; Minturn Youth Center; Minturn Senior Nutrition Center, fundraising chair for Minturn Medical Center; coordinator for Minturn Crafts Fair; Minturn July 4 celebration; served on the Home Rule Study Committee and secretary of the Home Rule Charter Commission; secretary-treasurer of Minturn Fire Department; served on the Minturn Planning and Zoning Board; and was chairperson for two years and was appointed to the Minturn Town Council, where she served almost two years. “Lorraine helped create and strengthen the fabric of every community she touched,” said Ben Talbot, a classmate of Lorraine's daughter Laura. “She would want us to follow her lead and help others in whatever way we can.” Lorraine also enjoyed hiking, snowshoeing, water skiing and any activity with her family. In addition to her husband, she is survived by daughters Laura Haslee (fiancι Paul Goncalves) of Glendale, Ariz., and Maggie Haslee Connor (Sean) of Bellingham, Mass.; brothers Tom Mall of Roanoke, Va., and Louis Mall of Westport, Conn.; sisters Tess Mullarkey of Locust Valley, N.Y., Jeanette Mall of New York and Kathy Russell of Brick, N.J.; 17 nieces and nephews; and 10 great nieces and nephews. She is predeceased by sister Clara Donohoe. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions be made in Lorraine Haslee's memory to either Home Care and Hospice of the Valley, PO Box 1474, Edwards, CO 81632 or to the Lorraine Mall Haslee Scholarship Fund through Swift Eagle Charitable Foundation, PO Box 1977, Avon, CO 81620.

Hass, Virginia Lee
Virginia Lee McConnell Barbrick Hass - Pueblo Chieftain - March 14, 2010 - Virginia Lee McConnell Barbrick Hass, born in Pueblo, Colo. Nov. 14, 1925 to Sylvia Gertrude Stockton and Lee Leslie McConnell. Peacefully passed away March 6, 2010, at age 84. She was a resident of San Bernardino County for 65 years. Virginia truly loved the Lord. Virginia is survived by her beloved sister Jeanne and husband Frank Leonard; daughters, Sharon Lee Banker, Sylvia Ann Smith (Keith) Stewart, Sandra Sue (Robert) Desmarais; grandchildren, Sharon, Todd, Dale (Xinia), Jeremy, Lourdes, Amiee (James), Jennifer, Robert Jr. (Tiffany), Julieann, Paul (Kacey); great-grandchildren, Ashley, Kaitlin, Ashley, Samantha, Justin, Xavier, Britney, Bret, Dylon, Andrew and Jake; nieces, Joyce, Judy and Linda with their families; step-daughters Cathy and Anita with their families. Preceded in death by her husband, Anthony Martin Barbrick; sister, Lucille; grandson, Craig and Brian; great-grandson, Anthony; nephews, Bill, Butch, Jerry and Mike; second husband James Hass. Our mother will be truly missed by all her family and friends. Viewing 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday March 16. Services 1 p.m., burial 2 p.m., Green Acres Memorial Park and Mortuary, 11715 Cedar Ave. Bloomington CA. 909-877-2311.

Hasse, Mrs.
Mrs. Hasse - Pueblo Indicator - January 4, 1914 - A very unusual thing for Siloam is that we are called upon to note a death for the three successive weeks past. This time Mrs. Hasse, an old resident of the western part of this section, passed away last Friday afternoon after a lingering illness of almost five years and during that time being confined to her bed. The interment took place at Wetmore Monday.

Hasselman, Cornelius
Cornelius Hasselman - Pueblo Chieftain - April 1, 1917 - Cornelius Hasselman, 24, died in this city yesterday. Pueblo Chieftain – April 3, 1917 – Double Funeral – Hasselman Brothers, Killed in Fall, Died As They Lived – Together – All that was mortal of the remains of Cornelius and Richard Hasselman, sons of Herman Hasselman, who were killed at the steel works last Saturday, were laid to rest in Roselawn Cemetery on the family lot yesterday. Impressive services were held at 2 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel over the remains of the 2 young men and the 2 gray embossed plush state caskets, bearing the remains, rested before the pulpit amid a profusion of beautiful flowers. The father and the sons were great "pals" in life and thought more of each other's company than the company of associates, and while employed at the Minnequa works, their work too, brought them together every hour of each day. Singular as it was with the two brothers, as they lived, they died – together, both meeting death instantly, falling 206 feet when the scaffold upon which they were working, slipped and both boys together with an associate, plunged to their death. The great throng of friends present yesterday at the funeral services and the wealth of beautiful flowers, hundreds of them, told meekly, the high esteem in which they were held by their many friends. Rev. Theodore B. Tyre and Rev. W. J. Kent conducted the services. Both ministers spoke beautifully of the deceased young men and their words brought comfort to the grief stricken father and wife and sisters. Mrs. William Young and Mrs. H. L. McDaniel, assisted by Mrs. William Kent sang "Asleep in Jesus," "Sometime We'll Understand," and Mrs. White sang "The City's Four Square." At the grave she sang "The Christian's Good Night." Following the services, the bodies were placed in the two automobile funeral cars and side-by-side they led the funeral cortθge to the cemetery. The pallbearers were: Edward Teyssier, George Clark, Oscar Deacon, Bert Schnack, Dore Cross, George Eve, Alfred Taylor, Dorie Crites, Joseph Aregood, Thomas Thompson, Newton Earl, and Paul Barnes. The flower bearers were: Jennie Morris, Cora Herring, Gladys Moore, and Marjorie Crites. The funeral was one of the largest held in Pueblo in a long time, the cortθge being several blocks in length.

Hasselman, Richard
Richard Hasselman - Pueblo Chieftain – April 3, 1917 – Double Funeral – Hasselman Brothers, Killed in Fall, Died As They Lived – Together – All that was mortal of the remains of Cornelius and Richard Hasselman, sons of Herman Hasselman, who were killed at the steel works last Saturday, were laid to rest in Roselawn Cemetery on the family lot yesterday. Impressive services were held at 2 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel over the remains of the 2 young men and the 2 gray embossed plush state caskets, bearing the remains, rested before the pulpit amid a profusion of beautiful flowers. The father and the sons were great "pals" in life and thought more of each other's company than the company of associates, and while employed at the Minnequa works, their work too, brought them together every hour of each day. Singular as it was with the two brothers, as they lived, they died – together, both meeting death instantly, falling 206 feet when the scaffold upon which they were working, slipped and both boys together with an associate, plunged to their death. The great throng of friends present yesterday at the funeral services and the wealth of beautiful flowers, hundreds of them, told meekly, the high esteem in which they were held by their many friends. Rev. Theodore B. Tyre and Rev. W. J. Kent conducted the services. Both ministers spoke beautifully of the deceased young men and their words brought comfort to the grief stricken father and wife and sisters. Mrs. William Young and Mrs. H. L. McDaniel, assisted by Mrs. William Kent sang "Asleep in Jesus," "Sometime We'll Understand," and Mrs. White sang "The City's Four Square." At the grave she sang "The Christian's Good Night." Following the services, the bodies were placed in the two automobile funeral cars and side-by-side they led the funeral cortθge to the cemetery. The pallbearers were: Edward Teyssier, George Clark, Oscar Deacon, Bert Schnack, Dore Cross, George Eve, Alfred Taylor, Dorie Crites, Joseph Aregood, Thomas Thompson, Newton Earl, and Paul Barnes. The flower bearers were: Jennie Morris, Cora Herring, Gladys Moore, and Marjorie Crites. The funeral was one of the largest held in Pueblo in a long time, the cortθge being several blocks in length.

Hassler, Lizzie
Lizzie Hassler - Denver Evening Post - May 28, 1896 - State Happenings - Trinidad, May 28 - The dead body of Lizzie Hassler, the 5-year-old girl who fell from a Santa Fe train a week ago, was found on the prairie, twelve miles from any living habitation yesterday afternoon. The child had evidently wandered about after she fell and died of hunger and exposure.

Hassock, William Donald
William Donnell Hassock – Pueblo Chieftain – November 7, 1918 – William Donnell Hassock, age 36 years, died at a local hospital yesterday morning. The body is at the Whiton parlors awaiting instructions from relatives in Iowa.

Hastings, Ada Lillian
Ada Lillian Hastings - Pueblo Chieftain - June 21, 2009 - Ada Lillian Hastings, 97, formerly of Canon City, passed away June 14, 2009, in Clovis, N.M. She was born in Belle, Mo., on April 14, 1912, to Charles and Clara (Johnson) Runge. When Ada and her brother, Charles, were very young, their father passed away. Virgil Lilly married Clara Runge and he became known as father to them. On Jan. 3, 1928, Ada married Charles Floyd Hastings Sr. They celebrated their 75th anniversary prior to Charles' death in 2003. She lived in Fremont County for over 30 years, moving to Clovis in 2005 to be near her daughter. Ada is survived by her children, Gene (Neva) Hastings of Medford, Ore., Charles (Lila) Hastings Jr. of Penrose, Colo., Clara J. Smith of Pueblo, Colo., Lloyd (Sally) Hastings of Dunnigan, Calif., and Lauretta (Warren) Ayers of Clovis, N.M.; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; sister, Jane (Al) Huber; and sister-in-law, Hazel Runge, both of Pueblo. Predeceased by siblings, Charles Runge, William Lilly, Arnold Lilly and Wilma Bailey. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Monday, June 22, 2009, at the Wilson Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will follow at Union Highland Cemetery in Florence, Colo. Memorial donations may be made to the Wayside Cross, 728 Fourth St., Pueblo, Colo. Arrangements handled through Wilson Funeral Home, Canon City, Colo.

Hastings, Lila Mae
Lila Mae Hastings - Pueblo Chieftain - December 8, 2010 - Lila Mae Hastings, age 77, lifelong resident of Colorado, passed away Dec. 4, 2010, at the skilled nursing unit of Parkview Medical Center in Pueblo, Colo. Lila was born Feb. 25, 1933, in Pueblo, to LaVera “Billie” Gregorich and Lyle Kiner. She enjoyed doing crafts, traveling with the Good Sam Club (Railroad Sams) and participating at the Penrose Community Senior Center, where she was a greeter. She was an active church member at the First Southern Baptist Church of Florence, Colo. She is survived by her husband of 60 years, Charles Floyd Hastings; daughter, Colleen Nussear; and son, Charles (Ann) Hastings; grandchildren, Suzi (Tim) Rocchio, William (Kim) Hastings, Joseph Hastings and Amanda (Dee) Murphey; and great-grandchildren, Hope, Maddyson, Hunter W., Colton, Hunter R., Shelby, Brendon and Abigail. She was preceded in death by her parents; and siblings, Robert, Thomas and Leon Kiner. Graveside service, 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010, Imperial Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Arrangements by Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Haston, Joseph A. Sr.
Joseph A. Haston Sr. - Charleston Gazette - March 11, 2006 - Joseph A. Haston Sr., 56, of Belle, passed away March 9, 2006, at CAMC Memorial Hospital after a long illness. He was retired from DuPont after 30 years of service, where he also served on the Fire Squad. He was a life member of VFW Post 3466 in Charleston, Washington Lodge AF & AM #58, Scottish Rite Bodies and Beni Kedem Shrine. He was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose Lodge #1444. He was also a Navy veteran and a Baptist. Joseph was preceded in death by his parents, Sam and Katherine Haston and brother, Bob Haston. He is survived by his wife, Youlonda Massey; children, Sammy Don Hubbard of Odessa, Texas; Joey Haston Jr. of St. Albans; Andrew Haston and his companion, Jessica Hager of St. Albans; Brandon Youell and his wife, Mandy, of Belle; Staff. Sgt. Terry Lee Massey and his wife, Fran, of Colorado City, Col., and Kimberly D. Jarvis and her husband, Jason, of Malden; sister, Sammie Louise Thomas and her husband, Ray, of St. Albans; brothers, Tom Haston and his wife, Vicky, of Charleston, and Jim Haston of Teays Valley; and ten grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday, March 13, at Casdorph & Curry Funeral Home, 110 B St., St. Albans, WV, with Pastor Mayford Witt officiating. Burial will follow in Cunningham Memorial Park, St. Albans. There will be a gathering of family and friends from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, March 12, at the funeral home.

Hasty, Edith May
Edith May Hasty - Pueblo Chieftain - July 1, 1917 - Edith May Hasty, six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hasty, died early yesterday afternoon at the residence, 421 W. Pitkin. The little girl had been sick four weeks. She was a pupil of the Carlisle School and attended the Mesa Presbyterian Sunday school. The funeral will take place at 4 o'clock this afternoon from the Davis-Vories Chapel. Rev. F. A. Hatch will officiate, and interment will be made in Mountain View Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain - July 2, 1917 - The funeral of Edith May Hasty was held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Davis & Vories chapel. Rev. F. A. Hatch conducted the service and delivered an extremely consoling message to the bereaved family. Mrs. C. V. Thomas, accompanied by Rev. Mr. Hatch, sang "My Jesus as Thou Wilt" and "Go to Thy Rest Fair Child." The pall bearers and flower bearers were selected from the Mesa Presbyterian Sunday school as follows: George Self, Charles Hopkins, Harold Hughes, Carl Hughes, Edith Gilbert, Maylo Case, Pearl Elizabeth Hull, and Harriett Hopkins. A delegation of Pueblo letter carriers attended the services in a body as an exemplification of sympathy to their bereaved brother. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery.

Hasty, John J.
John J. Hasty – Pueblo Chieftain – March 16, 1919 – John J. Hasty, age 48 years, died at 421 West Pitkin St., March 15. Body at Davis-Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – March 16, 1919 – John J. Hasty Dies – John J. Hasty, age 48 years, died at the family home, 421 West Pitkin St., yesterday morning, following a short illness. He had resided in this city for the past 19 years and was a mail carrier. He is survived by his wife and four children, Ellen, Vesta, Joseph, and Noel. Four sisters, Mrs. Vesta Edwards, Park Springs, Texas; Mrs. May Armstrong, Sunset, Texas; Mrs. Mattie McConnell, Decatur, Texas; and Miss Ida Hasty, Decatur, Texas. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias, No. 52, B. of A. Y. and an elder in the Mesa Presbyterian Church. The body is at the Davis-Vories parlors and the funeral will be held at 4 o'clock Monday from the Davis-Vories Chapel. Pueblo Chieftain – March 17, 1919 – The funeral of John J. Hasty will take place this afternoon at 4 o'clock in Davis & Vories Chapel. Pueblo Chieftain – March 18, 1919 – The funeral of John J. Hasty was held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock in Davis & Vories Chapel. Rev. F. A. Hatch officiated. Mrs. R. J. Weaver and A. G. Haskins sang "Beautiful River" and "Sometime We'll Understand." The pallbearers were selected from the Knights of Pythias Lodge No. 52, and the Letter Carriers' Association as follows: Ray Jones, William Sperry, L. W. Nye, J. T. Bruce, C. J. Sutor, O. B. Ellsworth, B. Schwackenburg, and H. H. Carrish.

Hasty, Ruth Evelyn
Ruth Evelyn Hasty - Pueblo Chieftain - December 14, 2010 - Ruth Evelyn Hasty, 82, passed on Dec. 13, 2010, just a few hours after her birthday on Dec. 12 at her new home in Primrose Retirement Community in Pueblo with family at her side. Born in 1928, to Leyton and Lucille Yates in Claremore, Okla. She had one sister, Mildred, born Sept. 17, 1935 and who died March 27, 2002. Ruth's husband, James “Robert” LeeMaster died in 1958 in Oklahoma. Her ex-husband from La Junta also survives. A lifetime educator, Ruth retired from teaching in Kim and then La Junta, Colo. to work for three years with teens in the Colorado State Hospital in Pueblo. She then took a teaching position in Baytown, Texas in 1986 and retired from that system at age 72. Ruth was nominated for “Teacher of the Year” for both Colorado and Texas during her long educational tenure in both states. She taught everything from elementary school, to music, to junior high science and then special education. She was author of “How to Teach Dyslexics and Other Non-Readers”, which allowed the reader to help conquer dyslexia issues within their own family. Survivors include daughter Marilyn Stangl (Roger Jensen) Penrose, Colo.; son Lester (Shirley) Hasty, Jr., Wray, Colo.; and beloved nephew/son Dee (Janet) Bramley, Bennington, N.H.; nieces Leigh Hodges, Sacramento, Calif.; and Mary Imes, Plano, Texas. Grandchildren are Janna Blundell, Penrose, Colo.; Abigail Stangl, Limon, Colo.; Johnathon Hasty, Rule, Texas; Steven, Cheryl and Kristen Hasty, Wray, Colo. A great-grandson also survives, Leyton Blundell, Penrose, Colo. She had grand nieces, nephews and great grand-nephews and a grand-niece as well. Ruth had many special friends including but not limited to Beth Klob, La Junta, Colo.; Robert and (daughter from another mother) Badri Johnson, Houston, Texas; and Kelly Flock, Houston, Texas. Far too many special people to name them all! A Celebration of Life for Ruth will be held, 11 a.m., Friday, Dec. 17, 2010 at the Primrose Retirement Community, 5055 Outlook Blvd., Pueblo, Colo. Please bring your happy memories of Ruth as this will be a joyful occasion to honor her life and memory. No flowers are requested; any contributions in her honor should go to Salvation Army or the Sangre de Cristo Hospice. Arrangements by Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Hataway, D. Joe (Sheriff)
Sheriff D. "Joe” Hataway - Amarillo Globe Times - March 18, 2008 - Sheriff D. "Joe" Hataway, 65, died Sunday, March 16, 2008, in Dumas. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Sunray Church of Christ with Joe Mitchell of Green Bay, Wis., officiating, assisted by Johnathan Zerby, minister of the church. Burial will be in Lane Memorial Cemetery with flag detail by the Lubbock County Sheriff's Department Honor Guard. Arrangements are by Morrison Funeral Directors. D. Joe Hataway was born March 26, 1942, in Sunray to Homer Jay and Edith Marie Hataway. He was the middle child of seven children but was his mother's favorite. He graduated from Sunray High School with the class of 1960. In 1961 he joined the National Guard. On Nov. 22, 1963 he married Yvonne Farris in Dumas. He was actively involved helping with Cal Farley's Boys Ranch for many years. He joined the Amarillo Police Department and worked in Amarillo for five years. Joe graduated from the Department of Public Safety Academy in 1967 and was the Driver's License Trooper in Borger for a year and then transferred to Knox City. He stayed in Knox City for two years and then transferred to Perryton. He remained a DPS Trooper in Perryton from 1971 to 1980. On Aug. 1, 1980, Joe was elected to his first term as sheriff of Ochiltree County. He remained in office until his retirement on March 31, 2007. Survivors include; his wife, Yvonne of Sunray; sons, Joe Vaughn Hataway and wife Tammie of Trinidad Colo., and Jayson Lee Hataway and wife Jennifer of Borger; daughters, Joy Dawn Blundell and husband Jim of Iowa Park and Jana Marie Newman and husband Wilson of Graford; brothers, Harold Hataway and wife Annis and Jim Hataway and wife Barbara, all of Sunray and Donnie Hataway of Joplin, Mo.; sisters, Darlene Keeton and husband Buster of Enid, Okla., Collene Seright of Albuquerque and Marlene Irwin and husband Al of Midwest City, Okla.; ten grandchildren; and many nephews and nieces. Pallbearers will be, Sheriff James Robertson of Lipscomb County, Sheriff Bo DeArmond of Moore County, Sheriff Gary Evans of Hansford County, Sheriff Don Copeland of Gray County, Sheriff Jack Haile of Sherman County, Sheriff David Medlin of Oldham County, Sheriff Gary Henderson of Hemphill County and Sheriff Joel Richardson of Randall County. Honorary Pallbearers will be the Sheriff and Deputies of the Ochiltree County Sheriff's Department. Family visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today in Morrison Funeral Directors, 401 Ave. N, Sunray, TX. The family suggests memorials be to Cal Farley's Boys Ranch, P.O. Box 1890, Amarillo TX 79105.

Hatch, Sandra Kay
Sandra Kay Hatch - Pueblo Chieftain - August 14, 2009 - Sandra Kay Hatch, 61, passed away Aug. 11, 2009, at St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction, Colo., after a sudden illness. Sandra leaves behind her husband of 38 years, Richard J. Hatch of Pueblo, Colo.; a son, Kenny Hatch of Pueblo, Colo.; two daughters, Sherri McGuffin of Fruita, Colo., and Nichola Kingery of Castle Rock, Colo.; her parents, Ken and Betty Homrighouse of Pueblo, Colo.; a brother, Dennie Meinke of Bakersfield, Calif.; and numerous grandchildren. A celebration of Sandra's life will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 15, 2009, at Imperial Funeral Home, Pueblo. Arrangements under the care and direction of Martin Mortuary, Grand Junction, Colo.

Hatchett, Peter John
Peter John Hatchett - Pueblo Chieftain - October 17, 2009 - Peter John Hatchett, 41. A lifetime Puebloan, born April 3, 1968, passed away Oct. 14, 2009, unexpectedly. Memorial service, 10 a.m. today, Bethlehem Baptist Church. Cremation has taken place.

Hatchett, Roy R.
Roy Hatchett – Pueblo Chieftain – November 24, 1918 – Roy Hatchett, 26 years old, died November 23 at a local hospital. Pueblo Chieftain – November 25, 1918 – The body of Roy R. Hatchett, First Lieut., U. S. Engineers, who died while on his way to Fort Douglass, Utah, will be forwarded this morning to Stephenville, Texas, by the United Undertaking Co., accompanied by his brother.

Hatfield, Margaret Louise
Margaret “Margie” Louise Hatfield - Pueblo Chieftain - April 12, 2011 - Margaret “Margie” Louise Hatfield, resident of Concord, Calif., passed away on March 31, 2011, in her home at the age of 59. Margie's final days were spent with family and friends that she had touched throughout her memorable life. Born on April 6, 1951, in Pueblo, Colo., Margie moved to California in 1991 with her children. Margie was a talented hair stylist for 40 years and dedicated her life to her children, granddaughter and family. Margie enjoyed bicycling, gardening, working on her home, spending time with her granddaughter and playing with her dog. Margie is survived by her mother, Sally A. Valdez; sister, Patricia Valdez; brothers, Frank Valdez Jr. (Ron Wheeler), Robert Valdez, Kenneth Valdez (Linda); children, Troy Valdez (Braden Whilhelm), Khristal Ponce (Fernando), Shannon Evans (Brian Drury); niece, Ana Valdez; granddaughter, Mykhenzie Ponce. Margie was preceded by her father, Frank Valdez, who she will be buried next to in Pueblo, Colo. Memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. at the Fellowship of the Rockies, 3892 W. Northern Ave., Pueblo. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Margie's name to the American Cancer Society.

Hatfield, Martha J.
Martha J. Hatfield - Pueblo Chieftain - May 20, 1917 - Mrs. M. J. Hatfield died Friday night, May 18, at St. Mary's Hospital. The funeral will be held Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment will be in Salida, Colo. Mrs. Hatfield is survived by her son-in-law, Frank A. Hiles, of this city and her grandchild, Helen Hiles. The deceased was 78 years of age. Pueblo Chieftain - May 21, 1917 - Funeral services over the remains of Mrs. Martha J. Hatfield will be held this morning at 10 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Rev. O. K. Maynard will officiate and members of the Eastern Star will attend. Friends are invited. Following the services the remains will be taken to Salida, Colo., where they will be interred in the family lot. Mr. F. A. Hiles will accompany the body. Pueblo Chieftain - May 22, 1917 - Impressive services were held yesterday at 10 a.m. in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel, over the remains of the late Mrs. Martha J. Hatfield, who passed away in this city a few days ago. Many friends gathered to pay their last tribute of respect to the memory of the estimable old lady and the floral offerings were profuse and beautiful, among them a beautiful tribute sent by the members of the Cactus Rebecca Lodge. Rev. O. K. Maynard conducted the services and Mrs. Risley Ferguson, accompanied by Mrs. L. McCollough, sang "They Beckon to Me From Over the Tide." Following the religious services the ritualistic services of the order were exemplified by the members of the Cactus Rebecca Lodge. Mrs. T. L. Lingle sang "Nearer My God to Thee" and the Rebecca choir sang "Rock of Ages." Following the chapel service, the remains were taken to the union Station and forwarded to Salida, Colo., accompanied by F. A. Hiles and daughter Miss Helen Hiles.

Hatfield, Richard F.
Richard Hatfield – Pueblo Chieftain – September 10, 1917 – Richard, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Hatfield, died at the residence, 1426 Grand Ave., yesterday. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel . Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain - September 11, 1917 - The funeral of Richard F. Hatfield took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel . Rev. Thomas Cassady conducted the services and interment was in Mountain View.

Hatfield, Ruby I.
Ruby I. Davis Hatfield - Sedalia Democrat - August 8, 2004 - Ruby I. Davis Hatfield, 88, of Kansas City, formerly of Warsaw, died Thursday, Aug. 5, 2004. She was born June 18, 1916, in California, Mo., a daughter of Aaron F. and Laura S. Sappington Clenin. In October of 1953 she was married to Chester L. Davis, who died Oct. 18, 1978. On Jan. 15, 1986, in Warsaw, she was married to Carl Hatfield, who died in 1998. Mrs. Hatfield was the first female real estate broker in Benton County and operated Ruby Davis Realty in Warsaw for 20 years. She was a past president of the Sedalia Board of Realtors, a past president of the Truman Lake Association, a member of Osage Valley Chapter 502 of Order of the Eastern Star in Warsaw, served as worthy matron in 1983, and was past District Deputy Grand Matron of the 36th District of the Order of the Eastern Star in 1985. Mrs. Hatfield was also a member of the Lady Shrine Club of Warsaw and had received the Warsaw Area Chamber of Commerce service award in 1981. She was a member of Warsaw Christian Church. Survivors include a son, Ron Bartlett, of Pleasant Hill, Calif.; three stepsons, Bob David, of Clinton, Jerry Hatfield, of Raytown, and Paul Hatfield, of Independence; one stepdaughter, Judy Miller, of Cole Camp; a brother, John Clenin, of Trinidad, Colo.; one granddaughter, and one great-granddaughter. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Reser Funeral Home in Warsaw, with Dr. Robert Minshall officiating. Burial will be in the Appleton City Cemetery in Appleton City. Friends may call after 8 a.m. Monday at the funeral home, where the family will receive visitors from 9:30 service time. The family suggests memorial contributions to the Masonic Home or Shriner's Children's Hospital.

Hatfield, Travis Arnold
Travis Arnold Hatfield - Trinidad Times Independent - February 9, 2011 - Travis Arnold Hatfield, 81, of Locust Grove, Va., passed away Monday, Feb. 7, 2011, at his residence. He was the devoted husband of Ann Hatfield for 46 years; father of Sarah O'Connor, Rebecca Townley, and Jonathan Hatfield; brother of Richard Hatfield; and grandfather of Christian O'Connor. He was preceded in death by his brother John (Lowell) Hatfield. Travis was born in Graham, Texas and raised in Trinidad. Travis served in the Air Force from 1951 to 1955, earned the National Defense Service Medal and the Good Conduct Medal, and ended his service with the 93rd Armament & Electronic Maintenance Squadron. He graduated in 1966 from George Washington University with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Statistics. Travis was employed as a Computer Programmer Analyst from 1957 to 1989 with private industry, the National Security Agency, and finally retired from the Defense Communications Agency in Sterling, Va. Travis was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose, Fraternal Order of Eagles, and American Legion for many years. A memorial service was held Feb. 14, 2011, at Lake of the Woods Church in Locust Grove Va., with a private interment to follow at Culpeper National Cemetery. Reverend Robert Graver officiated the service. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be sent to the: LOW Fire and Rescue, Inc., 104 Lakeview Parkway, Locust Grove VA 22508.

Hathaway, Angelia W.
Angelia W. Hathaway – Pueblo Chieftain – December 20, 1919 – Dies Near Springs – Mrs. Angelia W. Hathaway, aged 81 years, former resident of Pueblo, died December 17 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Martin, 12 miles northeast of Colorado Springs. She was a resident of Pueblo County for 35 years. She leaves 2 children, Mrs. Ethel Martin of Colorado Springs and E. W. Hathaway of Port Ewen, N.Y.; 5 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be held in Pueblo. Funeral announcement will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain – December 21, 1919 – The funeral of Mrs. A. W. Hathaway will be held at the Whiton Chapel Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The burial will be in Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain – December 23, 1919 – The funeral of Mrs. Angelina W. Hathaway was held at the Whiton Chapel yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. L. J. Coats conducted the services. Miss Vera Medding and Miss Verna Rodell, accompanied by F. J. Bartlett, sang "My Faith Looks up to Thee," and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." The pallbearers were J. J. Keating, C. A. Doll, P. M. Keen, F. E. Olin, F. H. Bullen, and W. F. Lough. Burial was in Roselawn Cemetery.

Hathaway, George Lee
George Lee Hathaway - Pueblo Chieftain - October 29, 2013 - George Lee Hathaway, affectionately known as Grampy, went to be with the Lord on Oct. 26, 2013, at the age of 91. He was a resident of Pueblo, Colo. He was born on July 7, 1922, in Saguache, Colo., to George and Verda Hathaway. He was a Central High School graduate and married Wilma J. Wells on March 18, 1940. After the loss of his wife of 46 years, he later married Mary Alice Heschong on Oct. 24, 1986. He worked as a bricklayer at the CF&I for 40 years, retired, and then went to work for Rainbo Bakery for 10 years. He was a 32nd Degree Mason and was a member of the Elks and Eagles. He loved to fish and hunt ducks and this passion is how he acquired his nickname, “Duck.” He is survived by his wife, Alice Hathaway; daughters, Beverly (Robert) Whittemore and Shonnie (John) Long; stepchildren, Jim (Becky) Deatherage, David (Dee) Deatherage and Debbie (Troy) Harris; grandchildren, Todd (Susan) Whittemore, Tammy Chirila, Thad (Victoria) Whittemore, Brent (Susann) Long, Darren (Gina) Long, Kevin (Stephanie) Long and Judy Long; and numerous great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, step-grandchildren and step-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, George and Verda Hathaway; late wife, Wilma J. Hathaway; and brother, Kenneth Hathaway. The family will celebrate his life in a private graveside service. At the request of the family, no food please. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hatton, Elli M.
Elli M. Hatton - Pueblo Chieftain - November 13, 2009 - Elli M. Hatton, 86, returned home to her Heavenly Father on Nov. 11, 2009. She was preceded in death by her beloved daughter, Dagmar; her parents, Heinrich and Maria; brother, Werner; and niece, Angela. She is survived by her husband of 61 years, James; children, June Hatton, Sharon Hatton-Montoya and Susan Hatton; grandchildren, Carrie (Cody) Rheuff, Ginger (Mario) Gernazio, Gina (Pablo) Gallardo, Bobbi (Mike) Horner and Michael Montoya; great-grandchildren, Robyn, Cassie, Liam, Theoren, Isabella, Elisabeth and Liliana. A special thank you to the doctors and nursing staff of ER, 3 South West and ICU at Parkview Medical Center. A special thank you to Dr. Sipalay and his office staff for their kindness and care. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Monday, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 4720 Surfwood Lane, with graveside service to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to the Pueblo Animal Shelter through the funeral home. Arrangements through Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Hatton, James B.
James B. Hatton - Pueblo Chieftain - October 30, 2011 - James B. Hatton, 83, returned home to his heavenly father on Oct. 25, 2011. He was preceded in death by his wife of 62 years, Elli; and daughter, Sharon Hatton-Montoya. James is survived by his daughters, June and Susan Hatton; grandchildren, Carrie (Cody) Rheuff, Ginger (Mario) Gernazio, Gina (Pablo) Gallardo, Bobbi (Mike) Horner and Michael Montoya; great-grandchildren, Robyn, Liam, Elisabeth, Theoren, Cassie, Isabella and Liliana. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 4720 Surfwood Lane, Pueblo, Colo., with interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Hatton-Montoya, Sharon Ann
Sharon Ann Hatton-Montoya - Pueblo Chieftain - July 20, 2011 - Sharon Ann Hatton-Montoya, 59, passed away on July 15, 2011. She was preceded in death by her mother, Elli Hatton. Sharon is survived by her daughters, Carrie (Cody) Rheuff, Ginger (Mario Jr.) Gernazio, Gina (Pablo) Gallardo, Bobbi (Mike) Horner; son, Michael Montoya; grandchildren, Robyn, Liam, Elisabeth, Theoren, Cassie, Isabella, Liliana; father, James Hatton; sisters, June and Susan Hatton. A special thank you and love to Sharon's CSU-Pueblo family, students and others who have touched her life through the university. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, July 22, 2011, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 4720 Surfwood Lane. Interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Arrangements under the direction of Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Haughey, Dorothy
Dorothy “Pat” Haughey - Pueblo Chieftain - April 3, 2011 - Dorothy “Pat” Haughey, 89, was born July 11, 1921, in Charles City, Iowa, and moved to Pueblo in 1946. She passed away March 30, 2011. She was preceded in death by her parents, Leo and Mable Adams; two siblings; husband, Bruce; and daughter, Barbara. Pat is survived by her children, Roger (Siripan) Haughey, David Haughey, Jeanne (Don) Palumbo, Karen (Trenton) Creed; grandchildren, Karen, Bryan, Michael, Janessa, Kati; and seven great-grandchildren. Pat was a founding member of the Irish Club and a past State Commander of the Navy Mothers Club of America. She enjoyed mah-jong, bridge, poker and “Quarters” where she was known as “Pat the Piranah.” Memorials may be made in Pat's name to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice through the funeral home. Memorial service, 4 p.m. Saturday, April 9, 2011, at the George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Arrangements under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Haun, Martha Belle
Martha Belle Powell Haun - Trinidad Times Independent - November 13, 2012 - Educator Martha Belle Powell Haun passed away Nov. 6, 2012, at Namaste Alzheimer Center in Colorado Springs. She was 84 years old. Martha was born Feb. 5, 1928, in Christiana, Tenn., the eldest of five children. Martha played the violin, loved to travel and was known to play a mean game of basketball in her younger days. She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree from Middle Tennessee State University and her Masters Degree in Psychology, Education and Guidance at Georgia Southern College in Statesboro, Ga. On Dec. 29, 1951, she was married to Sam T. Haun in her family home in Murfreesboro, Tenn. That union lasted 61 years and was blessed with the birth of two sons. Martha began her career in education at Effington County High School in Springfield, Ga., in 1959. She served as Guidance Counselor at Georgia Southern College's Pitman Lab School for eight years before moving with her family to Trinidad in 1970. She worked as a Guidance Counselor for District No. 1 for one year before joining the staff at Trinidad State Junior College. During her time at TSJC, Martha taught Psychology and served as a Vocational Guidance Specialist in the TSJC Career and Counseling office until her retirement in 1993. For over 23 years, Martha served as advisor for numerous student groups, especially showing as interest and dedication towards serving the needs of women students. Martha was a member of the First Southern Baptist Church, the Tau Omicron Scholastic Honor Society, Alpha Psi Omega National Drama Honor Society and Kappa Gamma Society for Women Educators. Preceding her in death are her parents Kate Moon and Homer Powell and sister Sara Boyd Powell. Mother and father-in-law Sallie George Gill and Edgar Haun. Brother-in-law Ed Haun, Sr., and nephew Ed Haun Jr. Martha is survived by her husband Sam T. Haun, son Samuel Tyler Haun Jr., and wife Mary of Trinidad; son George Gill Haun and wife Veronica of Colorado Springs. She is also survived by her grandson Adam Tyler Haun and granddaughters Rebeca and Samantha Haun; sisters Charlene Vesely and husband Jerry of Loveland, Patricia Johnston and husband Lester of Trinidad, brother Homer “Bud” Powell and wife Sue of Murfreesboro, sister-in-law Ethyleen Haun of Florida and numerous nieces, nephews, co-workers and friends. Martha loved her family, and lighted the path of education for many a student with a smile and an encouraging word. She led them on to new heights and for her dedication to her task and her helping hand along the way; we say our thanks and goodbye. Visitation will be Tuesday, Nov. 13, from 1-2 p.m. at Mullare- Murphy Funeral Home. Memorial Services will follow at 2 p.m. officiated by Ed Richardson at Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. Burial will be in Murfreesboro Thursday, Nov. 15, 2012. The family has entrusted the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home with the arrangements.

Haun, Virginia Helen
Virginia Helen Haun - Pueblo Chieftain - October 27, 2009 - Virginia Helen Haun, 85. Sunrise, Dec. 19, 1923; Sunset, Oct. 23, 2009. She was born to Sylvia M. and Ernest L. McCollum in Marion, Ind. Virginia first met the love of her life, Earl G. Haun Jr., when she was seven years old and they were married for 53 years. She was predeceased by her husband, Earl; son, Darrell Wayne; and granddaughter, Brenda Marie Sloan. Survived by children, Stephanie (Emil) Richter, Pamela (James) Oliver, Asher (Sylvia), Forest (Vicki), Melinda (Patrick) Dolezal. Also survived by eight grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. She enjoyed crocheting, embroidering, oil painting and many other crafts. Earl and Virginia loved to travel. Cremation with a private graveside service at Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Hauser, Dorothy Rebecca
Dorothy Rebecca Hauser - Pueblo Chieftain - April 25, 2012 - Dorothy Rebecca Hauser, 82, departed this life on April 18, 2012, to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, to unite with family and friends who have preceded her. Dorothy was born Aug. 3, 1929, in Bakersfield, Calif., to Gilbert and Clara Thompson. Dorothy was a loving mother and homemaker who worked in retail sales several times. She was preceded in death by her parents; her first husband, Lester L. Herlyck (2006); her late husband, George E. Hauser (1998); sisters, Pearl and Jeannette. She is survived by her brother, Vernon Thompson of Iowa; children, Beverly (Ron) Gookin, Jeanne du Soleil, Karyn (Terry) Herlyck, Lester (Peg) Herlyck Jr.; four grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Friday, at Praise Assembly of God, 2000 Troy Ave., Pueblo, Colo., with interment at Brookside Cemetery in Rye, Colo. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Hausinger, Robert Paul
Robert Paul Hausinger - Pueblo Chieftain - March 7, 2010 - Robert Paul Hausinger, 81, died at home on March 3, 2010. He is survived by his wife, Marie; daughter, Rosie (Vic) Criger; son, Bob Hausinger (Susan Kalvonjian); grandchildren, Uriah (Jennifer) Criger, Job (Amy) Criger, Michael Hausinger and Melanie Hausinger; four great-grandchildren; sister, Isabel Washburn; and nephew, Tom Rashid. Ford mechanic for nearly 40 years. Avid outdoorsman, hunter and fisherman. Moved to Pueblo after living in Fond du Lac, Wis., until 1995. Staff Sgt. in the Air Force including service with United Nations in Jerusalem. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 1 p.m. Saturday, March 13, 2010, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice or Stroke Survivors Support Group of Pueblo through the funeral home.

Haven, Carl D.
Carl D. Haven – Pueblo Chieftain – April 5, 1918 – Bristol Man Is Victim of Suicide in Pueblo Home – Turned on Gas in Room and Calmly Awaited Approach of Death – Carl D. Haven of Bristol, is believed to have committed suicide yesterday morning at his room in the old C. F. & I. Hospital on Abriendo Avenue. Haven who is 22 years old came to Pueblo recently and engaged a room at the building which is now being used as a rooming house. He was in poor health and seemed despondent. Yesterday about 11:30 o'clock a strong odor of gas prevailed in the rooming house and a search revealed that the gas was emanating from the room of Haven. The door was broken open and Haven was discovered lying on the bed with two gas jets turned on full force. He had died from asphyxiation. A note was found on a table in his room addressed apparently to his wife, it read: "Goodbye, dear, I believe I am losing my mind." "God bless you and may he forgive me. Bud." Underneath was a postscript which read: "But, oh, I am so lonesome!" Haven leaves a mother and father residing on a farm near Bristol and a young wife. He was 22 years old and had come to Pueblo for the benefit of his health and to search for work. A telegram was sent to his relatives and will be delivered to them in the country. Coroner Ray Taylor and Dr. C. V. Marmaduke called to the scene and Dr. Marmaduke made heroic efforts to revive Haven but without avail. The body was removed to the Davis & Vories mortuary in is being held pending word from the relatives. Haven's father will arrive in Pueblo this morning from Bristol and Davis & Vories will arrange for the forwarding of the body of the young man to Bristol today. Pueblo Chieftain - April 6, 1918 - The remains of Carl D. Haven will be forwarded by Davis and Vories this morning to Bristol, Colo., for burial accompanied by his father C. D. Haven.

Haver, Neva Jo
Neva Jo Haver - Pueblo Chieftain - June 29, 2012 - Neva Jo Haver, 87, of Beulah, passed away June 26, 2012. Preceded in death by her husband, Bill. Survived by her son, Mark (Judi); daughter, Jean (Frank); and seven grandchildren. Memorial service date and time to run at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice.

Haverly, Edward
Edward Haverly – Pueblo Chieftain – October 9, 1918 – Edward Haverly, age 27 years, died at a local hospital yesterday morning. The remains will be forwarded today to Quincy, Mass., for burial by the McCarthy Undertaking Co. Pueblo Chieftain – October 11, 1918 – The funeral of Edward Haverly took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Rev. Father Keith conducted the services. Interment was made in Roselawn Cemetery.

Haverstock, W. T.
W. T. Haverstock - Pueblo Indicator - December 9, 1933 - Funeral services were arranged recently for W. T. Haverstock, 63, assistant postmaster at Pueblo for eighteen years, who died after an operation.

Haverty, Thomas William
Thomas William Haverty - Greeley Tribune - November 12, 2008 - Thomas William Haverty was born to Thomas Haverty of Atchison, Kan., and Geneva (Macklin) Haverty of Greeley, Kan., in Cheyenne, where he was raised. The Haverty family remains closely linked to the railroad, where his father was a machinist, and in Atchison, where his grandfather was a conductor. Tom Haverty chose a different path and joined the Navy where he served as a sonar man. There, he met his wife Jeanne, and they started a family in Houston, Texas, where he worked for NASA. They moved to Windsor where Mr. Haverty worked for Kodak. His love of science led him to thermography at Rocky Mountain Thermograph, where he became one of the top experts in the field. In 1979, he was chosen with a select few scientists to study the Shroud of Turin in Italy. His strong faith and closely held scientific principles made him a popular lecturer on the subject. He also worked at Rocky Flats in Broomfield. Mr. Haverty divorced and moved to Denver. He married Theresa Haverty and began work as an engineer at US West. They retired to Walsenburg, where he began work as a teacher at the Department of Corrections. The friendships he made there gave him comfort in his final days. Mr. Haverty died Friday at his home. Survivors: His wife Theresa Haverty; his former wife, Jeanne Haverty of Pierce; his children and their spouses, Thomas and Le Haverty of Belleview, Helen and Andrew Haverty-Givan of Loveland, Kathleen Haverty, Andrew Haverty and Eric and Elaine Haverty, all of Greeley, and Michael Haverty of Pierce; and his grandchildren, Cassandra, Alex, Savanna, Malcom and Lilly and one on the way. Services: 7 p.m. Thursday at Holy Cross in Northglenn.

Hawbaker, Clara
Clara Hawbaker - Central City Weekly Register-Call - December 13, 1878 - A young lady named Miss Clara Hawbaker, of Pueblo, committed suicide on last Thursday, by blowing her brains out. She was insane when the deed was done.

Hawk, Rodney Arthur
Rodney Arthur Hawk - Pueblo Chieftain - January 15, 2012 - Rodney Arthur Hawk, 73, of Colorado Springs, Colo., passed away Jan. 10, 2012. He was born Aug. 11, 1938, in Williamsport, Pa., to Wilma and Arthur Hawk. He was the youngest of six children. Rodney grew up in Los Angeles, Calif., and later moved to Colorado Springs. He also lived in Pueblo, Colo., and Pampa, Texas, before returning to Colorado Springs. He lived a full and varied life. He was an Army veteran; worked for the Los Angeles Times, the Colorado Springs Gazette and the City of Colorado Springs; and owned a small business. He was a member of the Eagles. He enjoyed watching football and old Westerns, exploring scenic Colorado and most of all, spending time with his large family. He will always be remembered by his loving wife, Celia Aurora; daughter, Nancy Kimber (Rob); stepchildren, Gladys Bouson, Patsy Arenas (Anthony), Leonard Gomez (Joann) and Frank Gomez (Maria); 10 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; sisters, Vesta Ott and Sharon Cash; brother, LaVerne Hawk; favorite nephew, Mike Hawk; and countless other family and friends. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 17, at Memorial Gardens in Colorado Springs.

Hawke, Lee Allen
Lee Allen Hawke - Trinidad Times Independent - December 12, 2011 - Lee Allen Hawke passed away Dec. 10, 2010, in Pueblo. He was born Dec. 17, 1938, in Irving, Kan., to Chauncey A. and Josephine Hawke. He resided in Trinidad where he practiced law. He is survived by his two sons, Mark and Bryan Hawke and one daughter, Diana Hawke, two grandchildren, Josh and Ana Hawke and two sisters Mary Johnson and Bette Morley. A memorial service was held Thursday, Dec. 16, at United Presbyterian Church in Trinidad.

Hawkenson, Samuel
Samuel Hawkenson – Pueblo Chieftain – November 11, 1919 – Samuel Hawkenson, age 80 years, died at the family home at Mustang, Colo., November 9. He is survived by his wife Anna, 2 daughters, Mrs. Anna Kolts of Mustang and Mrs. Tillie Kling of Littlefield, Texas. The funeral will be held from the family home Wednesday at 2 o'clock. Rev. Carl Tell of Lascar will conduct the services and burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery in charge of Davis & Vories.

Hawker, Anna
Anna Hawker - Wray Rattler - June 3, 1915 - Anna Hawker, twenty, of Pueblo, took poison because of her inability to find work.

Hawkins, Emeline
Emeline Hawkins – Pueblo Chieftain – March 17, 1919 – Death of Mrs. J. M. Hawkins Yesterday – Mrs. Emeline Hawkins, beloved wife of Jones M. Hawkins, and only daughter of Mrs. Sarah F. Moffett, died yesterday shortly after 1 o'clock at the family home, 428 West Pitkin St. after an illness of eight months following an operation last July. Mrs. Hawkins was a woman beloved by all who knew her, and her hundreds of friends in this city will feel sincere sorrow and her death and extend sympathy alike to the bereaved husband in the aged mother and other relatives who survive her, and especially to her faithful and devoted niece, Mrs. Ralph Gloyd, who has been in constant attendance upon her aunt for the past three months. During her long sickness and great bodily suffering, deceased was ever patient, because her faith was in Jesus and she realize that all things would work out for good. Mrs. Hopkins was a woman of splendid qualities of mind and heart – charitable, kind and loving and a devout Christian – a woman whose home it was always a pleasure to visit – a woman who was a good neighbor, a loving wife and a devoted daughter, and whose taking away will bring sorrow not only to those near and dear to her, but to all who held the good fortune to come within the circle of her friendship. Mrs. Hopkins was 59 years of age at the time of her death, having been born January 31, 1860. She had been a resident of Pueblo for more than 40 years, having come to this city in the seventies. The body is at the Davis-Vories mortuary, and the funeral will take place from the chapel of that firm. The services will probably be held Tuesday afternoon and will be conducted by Rev. C. W. Hall, pastor of the Southern Methodist Church. Definite announcement of the funeral, however, will be given tomorrow. Pueblo Chieftain – March 18, 1919 – Funeral of Mrs. Hawkins – The funeral of Mrs. Emeline Hawkins, wife of J. M. Hopkins, will be held today at 2 p.m. from the Davis-Vories Chapel on W. 8th St. The services will be conducted by Rev. C. W. Hall, pastor of the Southern Methodist Church and the interment will be at Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain – March 19, 1919 – Funeral of Mrs. J. M. Hawkins Yesterday – The funeral of Mrs. Emeline Hawkins, beloved wife of Jones M. Hawkins and only daughter of Mrs. Sarah Francis Moffat, was held from the Davis-Vories Chapel yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. C. W. Hall pastor of the Southern Methodist Church, conducted burial service and preached an inspiring sermon on the beautiful Christian life of the deceased. Mrs. E. G. Shaw and Mrs. H. S. Branscomb, accompanied by Mrs. Shaw, sang "Rock of Ages," "Jesus Lover of My Soul," and "Shall We Gather at the River," all favorite hymns of the deceased and often sung by her in life, and each song was beautifully rendered. The casket was banked in masses of flowers, the tributes of loving relatives and friends to one who loved God's beautiful flowers so well. The flower bearers were, Mrs. Anna Gilman, Mrs. Catherine Kistler, Mrs. M. A. Rhodes and Mrs. C. Z. Mark, lifelong friends of the deceased. The pallbearers were W. O. Whitehead, W. A. Kelly, William Young, and J. P. Martell. The interment was made in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery, where after a short prayer by Rev. Hall all that was mortal of the beloved dead was consigned to Mother Earth.

Hawkins, Helen Priscilla
Helen “Priscilla” (Gould) Hawkins - Pueblo Chieftain - November 9, 2012 - Helen “Priscilla” (Gould) Hawkins, 86, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Nov. 6, 2012, at home in Duluth, Minn. Priscilla was born April 6, 1926, in Tarentum, Pa. She was married to the Rev. Ray J. Hawkins for 68 joy-filled years. She is survived by her daughter, Carol (Preston) Cornelius of Guymon, Okla.; son, Paul (Connie) Hawkins of Pueblo; daughter, Beth Gade (Bill) Wentzlaff of Duluth, Minn.; granddaughter, Lynette (Shane) Cherry; great-granddaughter, Autumn Cherry, Pueblo; grandson, Daniel (Emily) Hawkins, Kansas City, Mo.; her two sisters and two brothers; and many additional wonderful relatives and church families all over the U.S. Ray and Priscilla pastored in Kansas City, Kan., started a Church of the Nazarene in Wichita, Kan., pastored in Denver, Grand Junction, Pueblo (Belmont), Clovis, N.M., Hooker, Okla., and after a semi-retirement, were chaplains at the Pueblo Villa for 13 years. She was a longtime Sunday school teacher, singer, hostess, excellent cook and faithful prayer warrior. She will be missed more than words can say, but we would never call her back from the arms of Jesus. “Well done my child, well done.” Visitation one hour prior to the service. Funeral service, 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012, at Belmont Church of the Nazarene, 1702 Bonforte Blvd. Interment, Monday at Mountain View Cemetery. The family has set up a memorial fund to help build a chapel on a new mission field.

Hawkins, Jack Allen Jr.
Jack Allen Hawkins Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - June 8, 2010 - Jack Allen Hawkins Jr. returned to his Father in heaven on Saturday, June 5, 2010. He left behind three children, Mark Aaron Hawkins, Kevin Lee Hawkins and Stephanie Nichole Hawkins-Berg, all of Pueblo, Colo. He also is survived by his wife of 30 years, Lee Ludeman Hawkins of Pueblo; his parents, Jack and Arlene Hawkins of Channahon, Ill.; his brother, Mark Hawkins, also of Channahon; his sister, Beth Ann Hawkins of Oshawa, Canada; as well as numerous dear cousins and beloved friends. A longtime resident of Pueblo, Jack was a devoted father and loyal friend. He was active as a soccer coach and later as a karate instructor. He worked as a volunteer for both the Alzheimer's Association and the Pueblo Soup Kitchen. Friends are asked to honor Jack's memory by donating to the Alzheimer's Association. Jack's remains will be interred with his family in Channahon, Ill. A local memorial service will be announced at a later date.

Hawkins, Johnny Lewis
Johnny Lewis Hawkins - Pueblo Chieftain - February 6, 2014 - Johnny Lewis Hawkins, 67, born Aug. 7, 1946, passed away Feb. 1, 2014. Johnny was preceded in death by his mother, Lucille E. (Weiler) Hawkins; his father, William H. Hawkins; and his brother, Robert Hawkins. He is survived by his sister, Ruth M. Bonfadini (Charles); two nephews, Joseph C. Bonfadini (Danika and their children, Vincent, Mikel and Bella), David M. Bonfadini (Lorissa); his sister-in-law, Val Hawkins; and caregiver, Leslie Riggins. Johnny lived to be the second oldest Downs Syndrome in the world. He touched all of our lives in a special and loving way. A special thanks goes out to Maxim Healthcare Services, Jordan Residential Service, Colorado Bluesky Enterprise and Frontier Hospice for their loving care and compassion. Our lives were enriched because of you. Viewing, 5 to 7 p.m. today and Funeral Service, 2 p.m., Friday, Feb. 7, 2014, both to be held at TG McCarthy Funeral Home. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to “Kelly's Place” at 2503 N. Grand Avenue, Pueblo, CO 81003.

Hawkins, Priscilla
Priscilla Hawkins - Pueblo Chieftain - November 8, 2012 - Priscilla Hawkins, 86, Hermantown, Minn., formerly of Pueblo, Nov. 6. Montgomery & Steward.

Hawkins, Ray John
Ray Hawkins - Pueblo Chieftain - September 11, 2013 - Ray Hawkins, 89. Full notice later. Pueblo Chieftain - September 12, 2013 - Ray John Hawkins, 89, Duluth, Minn., formerly of Pueblo, Sept. 9. Montgomery & Steward. Montgomery & Steward - September 16, 2013 - Ray John Hawkins, 89, peacefully went to be with his best friend, Jesus Christ, on Sept. 9, 2013, at his home in Duluth, Minn. Ray was born Nov. 15, 1923, in Chicago Heights, Ill., to Herbert and Hattie Hawkins. Ray's loving wife of 68 years, Priscilla Hawkins, preceded Ray's home going by only ten months. He is survived by his daughter, Carol (Preston) Cornelius of Guymon, Okla.; son, Paul (Connie) Hawkins of Pueblo, Colo.; daughter, Beth (Bill) Wentzlaff of Duluth, Minn.; grandchildren, Lynette (Shane) Cherry and Daniel (Emily) Hawkins; and great-grandchildren, Autumn and Cole Cherry. Ray was a WWII veteran. When the war ended, he and Priscilla started a Church of the Nazarene in Wichita, Kans., pastored in Denver, Grand Junction and Pueblo (Belmont), Colo., Clovis, N.M., Hooker, Okla., and after a semi-retirement, were chaplains at the Pueblo Villa for 13 years. Pastor Ray traveled to six countries for children's ministry portraying Biblical characters, performing Gospel magic and playing his trombone. Children loved being in Grandpa Ray's reading circle. For several years the science camp children from Guymon explored his constructed Space Shuttle, underground tunnels, and a full size whale because of his talents and imagination. He was an active member of Pueblo's Astronomy and Rock Clubs. Ray loved Jesus Christ, his family and all things to do with God's perfect creation. He will truly be missed. The family has set up a memorial fund joined with Priscilla's to help build a chapel on a new mission field. Visitation, 1 p.m. with the service to follow at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, at Belmont Church of the Nazarene, 1702 Bonforte Blvd., Pueblo, CO. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery.

Hawkins, Thomas Allen
Thomas Allen Hawkins - Citizen Telegram - November 9, 2007 - Thomas Allen Hawkins of Grand Junction died at his home in the early morning of Nov. 7 surrounded by loved ones. He was 60. Visitation will be from 5-7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9, at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. The memorial service will be Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 330 White Ave. Burial will follow at Calvary Cemetery on Orchard Mesa. Tom was born in Collbran to Orman and Dorothy Hawkins. He was raised on the Sugarloaf Ranch on Salt Creek, seven miles outside of Collbran, along with seven brothers and sisters. After graduating from Plateau Valley High School he was proud to serve his country in the U.S. Army for two years in Vietnam. Tom married Kathy VanTassel, who was also raised in Collbran, on July 24, 1971. They enjoyed 36 years together. They were blessed with two children, a daughter, Camille, and a son, Clint. Camille resides in Lexington, Ky., with her husband, Robert Chancellor. Clint is a personal trainer in Denver. Tom loved his children and looked forward to having grandchildren someday. He was a devoted husband, father, brother, son, uncle, and steadfast friend. His strong moral character, diligence, and conservative common sense approach to life served as a role model for many. Many enjoyed hearing Tom share his entertaining stories of his life. It was always important to him to reach out to help and keep in touch with family and friends. He enjoyed family vacations, camping on Grand Mesa, trips to Las Vegas and Mesquite, and playing cards with family and friends. Tom worked in forestry and park maintenance for the Parks and Recreation Department of the City of Grand Junction for 36 years. During that time he developed many close friendships and was a valued member of the department. Tom was often pictured in local newspapers trimming trees or stringing Christmas lights on Main Street. He received numerous employee of the month awards and retired on April 13, 2007. Survivors include his loving wife, Kathy; his children, Camille and Clint; his mother, Dorothy; and six brothers and sisters, Jerald (Candi) Hawkins; Janice (Philip) Erdman; Janon (Alan) Parko; Judy Hawkins; Virginia (Rodger) Young; Melvin Hawkins. He is also lovingly remembered by his wife's family and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Tom was preceded in death by his grandparents, his father, Orman L. Hawkins, and brother, Orman D. Hawkins. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado, P.O. Box 60307, Grand Junction, CO 81506.

Hawkins, William H.
William H. “Bud” Hawkins - Pueblo Chieftain - March 2, 2013 - William H. “Bud” Hawkins, 99, passed away among family on Feb. 27, 2013. He was preceded in death by his wife, Lucille; and son, Robert L. Hawkins. Bud is survived by his children, John Hawkins and Ruth (Charles) Bonfadini; grandchildren, Joseph (Danika Breece) Bonfadini, David (Lorissa Archuleta) Bonfadini and Matthew (Danika) Bonfadini; great-grandchildren, Vincent, Mikel and Bella; and daughter-in-law, Valarie Hawkins, wife of Robert Hawkins; five grandchildren, William, Roberta, Daniel, Mark, Shannon Hawkins. Bud served in the Navy during WWII and was a Purple Heart recipient. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Free Masons South Lodge No. 31. Bud worked for the Pueblo Police Department as a traffic motorcycle officer. He worked for the Star-Journal/Pueblo Chieftain in 1951, and retired in 1979. Bud was a master storyteller, woodworker, motorcycle rider, semi-pro tennis player, NRA marksman in handguns and a handgun instructor. Bud was a loving and devoted father and grandfather. There was nothing he would not do for his family. Viewing, 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 3, 2013, at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Monday, March 4, 2013, at T.G. McCarthy Chapel, followed by interment at Imperial Cemetery. Donations may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice in his memory. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hawkins, William S.
William S. Hawkins - Colorado Republican - January 31, 1907 - The body of William S. Hawkins, who was decapitated by an electric motor car at the Minnequa works at Pueblo, will be taken to Sydney, Nova Scotia, accompanied by the young widow and little child of the deceased. Hawkins was an active member of the drill team of Camp No. 131 Woodmen of the World, and took an important part in the funeral of Police Officer Richards less than two days before he was himself killed.

Hawley T. F. (Rev.)
T. F. Hawley - The Walsenburg World - March 26, 1914 - Reverend T. F. Hawley Dies in California - Word has been received in Walsenburg of the death at Santa Ana, California, of Rev. T. F. Hawley, formerly pastor of the Presbyterian Church here. Rev. Hawley preceded Dr. Darley in the pastorate here. Rev. Hawley came here from Aspen seeking a lower altitude, but on account of his ill health was able to remain here only a few months. From here he went to California for his health. Rev. Hawley was also at one time pastor at Trinidad, being instrumental in building the present church edifice at that place. Deceased is survived by his wife and two sons and three daughters. The sons are John of Santa Ana, Calif., and Joseph Hawley, register of the land office at Pueblo. The daughters are Mrs. A. W. Lewis and the Misses Frances and Margaret Hawley, who teach school in Trinidad.

Hawley, Denis Dean
Denis Dean Hawley - Trinidad Times Independent - May 22, 2012 - Denis Dean Hawley, 59, died unexpectedly Friday, May 11, 2012, in Trinidad. He was born Sept. 4, 1952, in Lyons, Kan., to Robert Paul Hawley and Emma Schuler Hawley. Denis began his teaching career in Trinidad in 1975 where he taught fifth- and sixth-grade band and junior high school band. He also assisted Duane Zanotelli with the Trinidad High School Marching Band. Throughout his career, he continued to teach band and also taught guitar class as well as high school and middle school choir. His bands received various awards and were a consistent superior band at large group contests. Several of his students were selected to honor bands and choirs. He taught nearly every sixth grader in Trinidad music appreciation. Those students, some of them well into their 40s, fondly called him “Mr. Hawley,” showing their respect and true admiration for him. He was a member of the Music Educators National Conference as well as Colorado Music Educators Conference. He served as treasurer of the Arkansas Valley Music League for many years and continued to do so after he retired. He was a member of Phi Beta Mu, a national band director fraternity, and was a past president of Colorado's chapter. He also served as an adjudicator for solo and ensemble contests. He was probably best known as “Music I,” as his one-man band entertained locally and throughout the state for years. In February, he was chosen as the National Organist for the National Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. He was chosen from among 11 candidates across the United States who applied for the position. He was honored to have been chosen and was looking forward to the new adventure. Denis had been with the Trinidad Elks since 1984, the Exalted Ruler in 1985, a District Deputy in 1991 for 11 lodges in the South Colorado District and had been the Colorado State Organist for 24 years. Most recently, Denis became the director of the Trinidad Community Chorale, a group of local singers and musicians who performed and dedicated two concerts to him just three days after his death. Denis would have wanted the show to go on. Denis could be seen most Saturdays and Sundays playing the organ during Mass at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. He became a Catholic in 2005. Denis was invited to many get-togethers, on one condition: That he bring his incredible homemade salsa and his delicious deviled eggs. He always obliged. Denis had many friends from his days of bartending at the Elks Club and Jujo's. He had a joke for every occasion, most being of the junior high school variety. Whenever you spent time with Denis, you left the meeting feeling better. If you had a problem, he listened intently as a truly caring friend. He worked for the many years at Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home and made grieving families feel comfortable with his soothing style and genuine ability to help guide them through a difficult time. He is survived by his brother, Gary R. (Kathryn) Hawley, numerous nephews and nieces and special friend Michelle (Micki) Crichton. Visitation will be from 2-6 p.m. Tuesday, May 22, at Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. A funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 23, at Holy Trinity Catholic Church with Father Richard Becker officiating. Burial will follow at Trinidad Catholic Cemetery. A potluck will follow at Jujo's. Active pallbearers will be Anthony Mattie, Michael Guadagnoli, Bill Ortiz, Joe Incitti, Tom Rios and George Torres. Honorary pallbearers will be all of his wonderful friends. Denis' motto was “Keep a song in your heart.” May 11, 2012, is truly “the day the music died.”

Hawley, Helen Marie
Helen Marie Hawley - Pueblo Chieftain - November 6, 2011 - Helen Marie Hawley was born in Pueblo on March 18, 1929, to Helen and Daylett Hawley and sister to Laverne. They later were joined by a brother, John. Helen graduated from Pueblo Catholic High School in 1947, Pueblo Junior College in 1949, and Northern Colorado College in 1951. She married Hadley Thomas of Pueblo, in August of 1951. They taught at American Indian schools in Arizona and were involved in the development of the English as a Second Language programs. Their children, Dana, Christina and Jeffry were born during that time. Helen and Hadley continued their careers in Phoenix and area schools after their children were older. Helen died Oct. 22, 2011. Survived by her children; brother, John; and their families.

Hawley, Marjorie
Marjorie Hawley - Trinidad Times - August 25, 2006 - From humble beginnings, Marjorie was part of "the Greatest Generation". Growing up in rural Kansas during the post great depression era, she attended high school in Mullinville, Kansas. She went on to attend Dodge City Community College where she met her husband, Leonard Hawley. She taught elementary music in Liberal, Kansas and Kansas City, Kansas before moving to Trinidad, Colorado in 1958. She continued to teach music in the Trinidad Public Schools while raising four children. In 1970, she earned her Bachelors degree from Adams State College in Alamosa, and she went on to earn a Masters degree in music education from Adams State in 1990. She was active in many community service organizations and served on the Hospital Board for many years. She was a member of Delta Kappa Gamma, was a Past Worthy Matron of the local Order of the Eastern Star, and also held several offices in the Colorado Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. She played the organ and was active in the choir at the First United Methodist church for many years. With all her community involvement, her real passion was teaching. She touched the hearts of countless children over the years, by teaching them the finer art of making music. From teaching piano lessons in her home to directing the high school choir, she taught music at every level from kindergarten to high school for over thirty years. She "lived strong" as a Breast Cancer Survivor, and she and Len enjoyed their retirement, spending the winters in Naples, Florida, and the summers enjoying activities with friends, family, and grandchildren in Colorado and Virginia. She was preceded in death by her parents and grandson Jeremy Hawley. She is survived by her husband Leonard Hawley, Trinidad; sons Dan (Debra) Hawley, King George, Virginia; Steven (Georgina) Hawley, Fort Collins; David (Phoebae) Hawley, Loveland; daughters Marcia (Lance) Bakemayer, Elbert, Co; brothers Virgil (Sondra) Wade, Los Lunes, NM; Jack (Joy) Wade, Colorado Springs; Arlene Bowen, Colorado Springs, Co; grandchildren Rebekah (Sam) Doran, Brett & William Bakemeyer, Matthew, Mason, Kassondra and Nicholas Hawley. Visitation will be Sunday noon to 3:30 p.m. at the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. Funeral service will be Sunday August 27, at 4:00 p.m. at the United Methodist Church with Pastor Randy Short officiating. Burial will follow on Monday August 27,at 2 p.m. at Hillcrest Cemetery in Mullinville, KS. The family has entrusted Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home with the arrangements.

Hawton, Loretta Claire
Loretta Claire Mooney Hawton - Trinidad Times Independent - May 29, 2008 - Loretta Claire Mooney Hawton, January 31, 1915 - May 24, 2008 - Loretta Claire Mooney Hawton passed into eternal life on May 24, 2008. She was born in Pueblo Colorado on January 31, 1915 to William and Josephine Mooney. Before residing in Colorado Springs, she was an integral part of her community in Trinidad, Colorado since 1941. She attended schools in Pueblo, Colorado graduating from Centennial High School in 1933. Upon graduation she enrolled in the Bethel School of Nursing earning her Registered Nursing degree and then pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Loretta Heights College in Denver. She then enrolled at the University of California-Berkeley in pursuit of an advanced degree in Public Health. Upon graduation she returned to Colorado and joined the Colorado State Department of Public Health. Claire chose to begin her career in nursing in Trinidad, Colorado where she met and fell in love with then banker John T. Hawton, Sr.; they were married on March 26, 1942. Their marriage produced one son, John T. Hawton, Jr. of Colorado Springs, Colorado who is married to Charlotte Hawton. She is also survived by 3 grandchildren; Eric & Laura Hawton of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Jennifer Hawton and Monica Long of Colorado Springs, Colorado. In addition to her grandchildren, Claire has three wonderful great-grandchildren, Julia, Patrick and Maxwell Hawton also of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Claire was predeceased in life by her husband John, brothers Joseph, Frank, and Robert Mooney as well as her first daughter-in-law Frances Hawton and her dear sister Mary Alice Kellett. Surviving relatives include sister-in-law Shirley Mooney of Colorado Springs, Colorado and Marge Mooney of Appleton, Wisconsin. Many remember Claire as their school nurse from 1946 to 1976 in the Trinidad Public School District #1. Others can recall her loving selfless, bright personality, always active in the local community. She belonged to the PEO, Daughters of the American Revolution, Retired Teachers Organization and the Public Employees Retirement Association. Claire was an amazing woman and we will miss her deeply. Services will be held at the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home on May 28, 2008 at 10:00 am. Burial will follow at the Masonic Cemetery. We welcome all who hold that special place in her heart to join us in celebration of her life with a reception after the graveside service. The location of the reception will be announced at the service.

Hayashi, Tamenosuke
Tamenosuke Hayashi - Pueblo Chieftain - September 21, 1917 - Tamenosuke Hayshi, well know Japanese, passed away yesterday at a local hospital following an illness of several weeks duration. He was 43 years of age and had been living at Swink, Colo., for several months. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 3 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Interment will be in Roselawn Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain - September 22, 1917 - The funeral of the late Tamenosuke Hayashi was held yesterday at 3 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel . The interment was in Roselawn Cemetery following the Japanese burial services.

Hayashida, Mary Mitsu
Mary Mitsu Hayashida - Pueblo Chieftain - December 3, 2012 - Mary Mitsu Hayashida, 79, loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend, was called home to her final resting place by her Lord and Savior on Nov. 30, 2012. Mary was born on July 13, 1933, to Hirokichi and Kiju Miyoshi. She married Fred Hayashida on Feb. 29, 1956. They lived in Fort Garland, Colo., where they raised their two sons, Fred Hayashida Jr., and Jeffrey Hayashida. They later moved to Pueblo to reside with their son, Jeff and his wife, Dawn. Mary is survived by her two sons; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; two brothers; and her sister. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with Pastor Mark Apodaca officiating. Memorials may be made to Amazing Grace Fellowship Church through the funeral home.

Hayden, Albert H. III
Albert H. Hayden III - Pueblo Chieftain - February 24, 2012 - Albert H. Hayden III. Service, 1 p.m. today Montgomery & Steward Chapel.

Hayden, Alice M
Alice M. Hayden - Hutchinson News - January 8, 2008 - Alice M. Hayden, 88, died Jan. 6, 2008, at Southwest Medical Center, Liberal. She was born July 14, 1919, in Trinidad, Colo., the daughter of Charlie and Alameda Wallace Fast. She attended school in Arkalon and Liberal. She was a waitress in Liberal and a nurse for many years in Albuquerque, N.M., and Greeley, Colo. She returned to Liberal in 2003. She was a member of the Greeley Saddle Club, Greeley, Colo. She married Raymond Hayden in 1962 in Fredonia. He died in March 2003. Survivors include: a son, Butch Kneeland, Amarillo, Texas; two sisters, Edith Tuman, Elkhart, and Deloris Leard, Oregon, N.M.; three grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; five great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a brother, Richard Fast; and a sister, Lucille Fast. Funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Miller Chapel, Liberal. Cremation will follow after the funeral. Friends may call from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday and from 8 a.m. until service time Thursday at Miller Mortuary, Liberal. Memorials may be sent to the Liberal Good Samaritan Center, in care of the mortuary.

Hayden, Betty Lou
Betty Lou Hayden - Pueblo Chieftain – November 17, 2013 - Betty Lou Hayden (Watts), 79, went to be with her Heavenly Father on Nov. 14, 2013. Preceded in death by parents, Ardus (Shawcroft) and Perry Lyman Bowdish; brothers, Hershal Eugene “Gene” Watts and Richard Lee (Jeannie) Watts. Survived by sons, Larry Lee (Beth) Teem and Troy Dee (Heidi) Steffenson; daughter, Sherry Dawn Teem; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Betty will be dearly missed by all those lives she touched. Online condolences can be offered at www.georgemccarthyfuneralhome.com. Arrangements by George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hayden, Charles
Charles Hayden - Huerfano Journal - February 2, 2012 - by Nancy Christofferson - The Jan. 29, 1941 issue of Walsenburg's World-Independent carried some bad news. Former Walsenburg attorney and State Senator Charles Hayden was dead at the age of 69. Hayden was a member of two of Huerfano County's pioneering families, and was born near Badito along the Huerfano River on July 25, 1872. He was one of the five children of Daniel Justin Hayden and the former Mary E. Withington, and he was very proud of his heritage and familial ties. His father, D.J., according to Charles, was born in Ohio in 1834 and went to work as a cabin boy on a steamboat plying the Mississippi River at a young age. In 1849, still according to his son, D.J. got the fever and joined the gold rush to California. This would have made him 15 years old. Charles wrote that his father did not make it all the way to California, however, and left the ship at Rio de Janeiro. From there D.J. walked across South America to Valparaiso, Chile. There he boarded another ship for the trip home, which was made via the Isthmus of Panama. What he really did for the missing years was not recorded, but he told Charles he'd arrived at the gold fields of Colorado when there was just one cabin at the future site of Denver in 1857. Mary Withington was born at Fort Des Moines in 1841, where her father was the gunsmith for the Sac and Fox Indian tribes. The family moved to Kansas in 1844 with the Sacs and Foxes when they were relocated there by the government. The Withingtons continued west in early days of the 1860s to settle in Huerfano County. Mary had at least two siblings, Albert and Kate, who made this move to Colorado. The Withingtons owned a ranch south of the Huerfano, not too far, about seven miles, from the “stuttering Worthingtons,” a name that has been confusing for historians tracing the Withingtons. Apparently the latter family came from England, and the “stutterers” were brothers Charles and Jim. They lived on the later Major Ranch in the 1870s and '80s, and the Withingtons lived farther north, nearer Badito. By the time the 1870 census was taken, the Withingtons had departed from Huerfano County. Mary had married D.J. in the mid 1860s, supposedly at Bent's Old Fort, but obviously at Bent's new fort, Big Timbers, since the former had been burnt to a crisp in 1852, and the latter lasted until 1866 when it was destroyed by a flood on the Arkansas River. Charles's account has his mother riding the stagecoach along the old Santa Fe Trail to the fort, but not from where, and marrying in 1863. The couple then moved to Pueblo where they lived at the corner of Fourth and Santa Fe streets. Around 1864 they moved to the area around Badito on the Huerfano. Their home was between a quarter and a half mile upstream from Pino Plaza, or about halfway between the old communities of Badito and St. Mary. D.J. built a grist mill using water power from the Huerfano. The mill was three stories high and had a handmade shingle roof. Nearby he'd built a four room adobe house where Charles was born in 1875. Charles recalled people came from as far as New Mexico and the San Luis Valley to have their grain ground since it was the only commercial mill in the region. D.J. became county judge in 1869, probably by appointment, and served until 1872. After his mill fell down in the 1880s, possibly due to flooding, D.J. turned his hand to farming. This didn't work out. His wife had begun teaching the local students, who had no school, so she may have held classes in the family home. She taught in Spanish and for second year students she introduced English. She taught for seven or eight years. Charles learned to speak Spanish well from his mother teaching the language and his playmates speaking it. He also remembered Ute neighbors when a reservation for Ouray's people was located nearby. The 1870 census shows Daniel as 34 years old, Mary as 27 and their only child, Dora, as five. Living with them at the time was Mary's sister Kate, 19, who in 1873 married Charles Otto Unfug [Sr.] of Walsenburg. In 1884 D.J. was elected county judge, and served until 1887. D.J. meanwhile kept prospecting for the gold he'd failed to find in Denver. He didn't find it here, either. In 1892 he took note of an odd geologic formation on Greenhorn Mountain not far from his home. He started digging, and in 1895 discovered tin. The Hayden Mining Company was incorporated in 1895 with $1,200,00 in capital. This didn't work out all that well either, though work continued for a few more years, and ore was extracted. Charles claimed to be a graduate of Walsenburg's high school before there was a high school. How ever he did it, possibly through tutoring from his mother, he entered the University of Colorado and graduated, then completed law school and passed his bar exam in 1899. However, he went to Saguache and became a Spanish teacher instead of hanging up his shingle. In 1901 he returned to Walsenburg to be city attorney. In 1903 he married Freda Flebbe in Denver. Freda had spent time in Walsenburg as a saleslady for Unfug Mercantile and as a teacher at the Beeville School near town. The couple had two daughters, Eleanor Louise who never married and one with no discernible first name who married Mont Cambier. In 1904 D.J. died at the home of his daughter Mrs. Unfug in Walsenburg and his wife followed him in 1918. They are buried in Masonic Cemetery though Daniel has no marker. Charles made his home in Walsenburg, living in a brick house opposite the old Methodist Church on Capitol Hill. He soon became county attorney and also served as deputy district attorney. He was elected state representative on the Republican ticket in 1908, and state senator in 1910. His district covered Huerfano, Conejos and Costilla counties. He was re-elected and served at least until 1916. During that time he was still county attorney and maintained offices in the courthouse. After his state and county service he continued his private legal practice through the 1920s and '30s. Charles's older sister Dora married August T. Unfug in 1886. They had several children, including Dan, Fritz and August Jr., before August Sr. died in 1924. Dora and her youngest son, August Jr., moved to Lakeside, CA, where in December 1940 they died in their home. Rumor said they had been overcome by leaking gas. A month later Charles, on Jan. 28, 1941, was found dead in his car parked near the old Ideal Mine south of Walsenburg. He had died of carbon monoxide poisoning, by his own hand.

Hayden, Fannie
Fannie Hayden – Pueblo Chieftain – February 24, 1918 – Mrs. Fannie Hayden, age 79 years, passed away yesterday at the residence of her son, G. B. Hayden, 2421 2nd Ave., following and illness of several weeks. She was born in London, England, in the year 1839 and came to this country with her parents as a small child. She was married to John G. Hayden at Brantford, Ontario, 57 years ago, and shortly after, went to Charleston, West Virginia, with her husband where they lived for some time. They then moved to Pueblo in the year 1887 and had resided here continuously since that time. Her husband, J. G. Hayden, died in Pueblo August 2, 1914. Mrs. Hayden is survived by three sons, Gordon B. and W. S. Hayden of this city, and Alfred J. Hayden of Topeka, Kan., also one daughter Mrs. W. F. Doertenbach also of this city. The funeral will take place from the late residence, 2412 Second Ave. tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock and will be private. The interment will be in the family lot in Roselawn Cemetery under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain – February 26, 1918 – The funeral of Mrs. Fannie Hayden took place yesterday morning at 10:30 o'clock from the residence of her son, G. B. Hayden, 2412 2nd Ave. Rev. F. A. Hatch conducted the services. The pallbearers were: W. S. Hayden, G. B. Hayden, W. F. Doertenbaugh, C. J. Kelly, H. H. Campbell, and John Hanrahan. Interment was made in Roselawn Cemetery under the direction of McCarthy Undertaking Company.

Hayden, Mary E.
Mary E. Hayden – Pueblo Chieftain – June 13, 1918 – Mrs. Mary E. Hayden Pioneer of Pueblo Dies in the City – Death yesterday closed the career of a pioneer gentlewoman of Colo. when Mrs. Mary E. Hayden died in this city following an illness of long-duration. Mrs. Hayden was born in the Des Moines, Iowa, November 22, 1841. When she was three years of age her parents removed from Iowa to Kan., settling later in what was then Westport, Mo., (now Kansas City). Mrs. Hayden crossed the plains from Mo. to Colo. in 1863, coming to Pueblo. In the same year she was married to Daniel J. Hayden, the ceremony taking place at the old Bent's Fort. The couple decided to make Pueblo their home, and took up their residence in a house them located on what is now the west side of Santa Fe Ave. between Third and Fourth Streets. In 1868, the year of the founding of The Chieftain, Mr. and Mrs. Hayden moved out to the Huerfano River where Mr. Hayden established a flour mill. The family home on the Huerfano was retained until 1884 when the family moved to Walsenburg. Mr. Hayden died at Walsenburg in 1903. During most of the years since her husband's death Mrs. Hayden has resided in this city. Mrs. Hayden was a member of the Eastern Star, the Presbyterian Church, and the Southern Colo. Pioneers' Association. Mrs. Hayden leaves to mourn her death a son, Sen. Charles Hayden, a daughter, Mrs. Dora Unfug, both of Walsenburg, a son Daniel J. Hayden of St. Louis, Mo., a daughter, Mrs. H. C. Wiley of San Augustine, Texas, and a sister, Mrs. Kate Unfug, now residing in Arizona. The remains were forwarded by the McCarthy Undertaking Company to Walsenburg yesterday afternoon, accompanied by Sen. Charles Hayden. The funeral services will take place at Walsenburg this afternoon and will be followed by interment on the family lot in the Masonic Cemetery.

Hayden, Pauline Margaret
Pauline Margaret Hayden - Pueblo Chieftain - April 5, 2009 - Pauline Margaret Hayden, 96, of Durango, formerly of Pueblo, died Friday, March 27, 2009, in Durango. Pauline was born Jan. 25, 1913, to William and Therese Wilcox at home outside of Wyoming, Iowa. She was the last of eight children. She began her teaching career in a one-room schoolhouse, Pence Ridge County School, outside of Monmouth, Iowa. In 1939, she taught in Longmont. She went into the Army in 1942, as a physical therapist for the 91st General Hospital Division. In 1944, she went overseas to serve. She moved to Durango in 1957, and taught fifth grade in Ignacio. During her long career, she taught English at Durango High School, P.E. at Smiley Junior High, and went on to teach for many years at Miller before retiring in 1975. Pauline loved the outdoors, bicycling in different parts of the world, skiing, hiking and gardening until she was in her 80s. Preceded in death by her husband, Howard C. Hayden. She is survived by daughter, Chris Hassel of Durango; one grandson and two great-grandchildren. Friends will gather for a potluck and memorial service for Pauline at 11 a.m. Aug. 15, 2009, at 3398 County Road 203 in Durango. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Hayden, Ronald G.
Ronald G. “Ron” Hayden - Pueblo Chieftain - March 9, 2011 - Ronald G. “Ron” Hayden, 64, of Rye, Colo., passed away March 6, 2011. Preceded in death by his parents, John and Eileen Hayden, and by two sons, Jon and Jason Hayden. Survived by his wife, Elizabeth; children, Pamela (Kent) Neal, James Edgerton, Cassandra Peters, Jeromy (Sara) Hayden, and Adrianne (Robert) Saccomanno. He is also survived by 15 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. Memorial service 5 p.m. Thursday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. The family may be contacted at 3081 Easy Ave., Pueblo, 81005. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Hayden, W. S. (Infant of)
Infant Hayden – Pueblo Chieftain – April 3, 1919 – Infant of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hayden, died April 2 at 1629 W. 17th. Funeral yesterday 3:30 p.m. from McCarthy's.

Hayden-Lewis, Sylvia B.
Sylvia B. Hayden-Lewis - Pueblo Chieftain - June 3, 2009 - Sylvia B. Hayden-Lewis, 91, passed away June 1, 2009. Survived by her children, James Hayden, Sue McBride, Larry (Diane) Hayden and Mike Hayden; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her husband, Dick Lewis; two brothers; and two sisters. Sylvia was born May 22, 1918, in Graves County, Ky., to Stanishlows and Lois Toon. She was a member of St. Mary Help Of Christians Catholic Church and the Eagles Lodge No. 145. At her request, there will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Friday, June 5, 2009, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with the Rev. Fr. Ben Bacino officiating. Memorials may be made to the Minnequa Medicenter Activities Fund through the funeral home.

Hayen, Lorraine V.
Lorraine V. Hayen - Contra Costa Times - January 15, 2012 - Lorraine V. Hayen Nov. 15, 1928 - Dec. 30, 2011 - Resident of Concord, Lorraine passed away the evening of Dec. 30th at her daughter's home surrounded by loved ones. She was born in Trinidad, Colorado to John Viecelli and Mary Compagno. Her family moved to California where she attended Berkeley high school. She settled in Concord and resided there for over 50 years. She was retired from the Mt. Diablo school district. She was preceded in death by her mother and father and her two sisters, Dorothy Coulter and Josephine White. And her son Lt. Edward G. Hayen II USMC and her son-in-law Lynn Olsen. She is survived by her daughter Pam Olsen, nephews Steve White and Michael Coulter, nieces Deborah Coulter and Nedia Bacon and their families. Lorraine also leaves behind an extended family of generations of friends and neighbors whom she thought the world of. She will be fondly remembered for her feisty spirit and incredible strength. She will be greatly missed by all. A private celebration of her life will be held at a later date. Her family requests that those wishing to honor her memory make donations to a charity of their choice.

Hayes, Alma Dale
Alma Dale Hayes - Pueblo Chieftain - January 4, 2013 - Alma Dale Hayes, 95, of Pueblo, passed away Dec. 28, 2012. A private service will be held.

Hayes, Betty Marie
Betty Marie Hayes - Pueblo Chieftain - October 1, 2007 - Betty Marie Hayes passed away on Sept. 29, 2007, in Pueblo. Betty was born in Pueblo on July 14, 1926, to Alex and Evelyn McMeekan, and was a 1944 graduate of Central High School. Betty had worked for Crews Beggs and the Colorado Supply Company. She enjoyed her garden, music and dancing, and her grandchildren. Betty was preceded in death by her husband, James H. Hayes, in 1997; two brothers, Bill and Alex McMeekan; a niece, Helen Trantham; as well as her parents. She is survived by her daughters, Eliene (Ray) Dominguez, Evelyn (Randy) Quintana, Debra Leal and Jimmie Sue (Gary) Pullara, all of Pueblo; grandchildren, Mark (Kimberly) Dominguez, Kathleen Dominguez-Hunt, Dominic James (Mary) Pullara, Charles Pullara, Kimberly (Jacob) Hamlin, Toni Jo (Matthew) Shaver, Joseph (Kelly) Leal, Jamie (Kevin) Estrada and Garrett Quintana; great-grandchildren, Jessie Dominguez, Johnny Hunt, Breanna Dominguez, Taylor Pullara, Dominic C. Trujillo, Brenden Trujillo, Adonis Trujillo, Dominic M. Pullara, Angelo Pullara, Christian Schwab, Jordan Estrada, Jayda Estrada, Allie Leal and Katie Leal; nieces and nephews, Billy McMeekan, Kori Kurst, Payton Trantham and Karolyn May; cousins, Jane (Ken) Craig, Scott (Michelle) Craig, Danielle Craig, Ryan Craig, Lori (Curtis) Scott and their children, Kenna and Kaitlyn; as well as her best friend, Annabelle Petros. Mrs. Hayes will lie in state at the mortuary, 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2007, Wesley United Methodist Church, 85 Stanford. Interment will follow, Mountain View Cemetery.

Hayes, Diane
Diane L. Hayes - Pueblo Chieftain - June 3, 2014 - Diane L. Hayes, 61, passed away unexpectedly on May 22, 2014. Survived by husband, Michael Hayes; daughters, Angela Geonetta and Debra Hayes; grandchildren, Anthony and Christopher Geonetta, Andrew and Michelle Hayes; siblings, Tommy and Billy Esely and Linda Collins; lots of cousins, nephews, nieces and friends. Preceded in death by her parents, Merrill and Isabell Esely; sister, Elizabeth Griffin; and brother, Danny Esely. Diane was born in Pueblo on Sept. 25, 1952. She worked for School District 60 for 37 years. Diane enjoyed fishing, camping, going to Cripple Creek, collecting jewelry, crystals and bears and was a member of AFSCME. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 3 p.m. Wednesday, June 4, 2014, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel.

Hayes, Dorothy Grace
Dorothy Grace Hayes – Pueblo Chieftain – January 6, 1918 – Dorothy G. Hayes, age 20 years, died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hayes, near Stones City yesterday. She is survived by a brother, Francis, and a sister, Gertrude, besides her parents. She was a member of the Central Christian Church and the Daughters of Veterans. The body is being cared for by the Davis-Vories Undertaking Company and the funeral announcement will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain – January 8, 1918 – The funeral of Dorothy Grace Hayes will take place from the Davis-Vories Chapel this morning at 10:30 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Sumter will have charge of the service and the Daughters of Veterans will conduct their funeral service at the grave. Interment will be made in Mountain View Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain - January 9, 1918 - The funeral of Dorothy Grace Hayse was held yesterday morning at 10:30 at the Davis-Vories Chapel. Rev. William Sumpter officiated. Mrs. S. P. Shonsby and Mrs. J. C. Hayes, accompanied by Mrs. J. R. Wilson, sang "Rock of ages" and "Abide with Me." The pall bearers were Ellen Sanders, Vera Ginther, Etta DeHart and Margaret Miller. Interment was made in Mountain View Cemetery, where the Daughters of Veterans conducted their burial service.

Hayes, Gladys W.
Gladys W. Hayes - Salina Journal - July 19, 2004 - Gladys W. Hayes, 87, Wichita, died Wednesday, July 14, 2003. Mrs. Hayes was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold, and a sister, Hazel Orcutt. Survivors include four daughters, Patsy and husband Bill Allee of Harrisonville, Mo., Betty Hayes and husband Donald Kerbs of Wichita, Terry and husband Ken Keiger of Suffolk, Va., and Jeanie Schneeman of Toledo, Ore.; six grandchildren, Kelly Cowherd and husband John of Warrensburg, Mo., Todd Reinert and wife Donna of Topeka, Troy Reinert and wife Karina of Salina, Kim Wright of Corapeake, N.C., Leslie Schneeman of San Antonio and Alison Schneeman of Salina; and eight great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Downing and Lahey West Chapel, 10515 W. Maple, Wichita 67209-4011. A graveside service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Greenwood Cemetery, Franklin, Neb. Memorials may be made to Mary's Retirement Home, 1418 Pleasant View, Wichita 67203; Victory in the Valley, 3755 E. Douglas, Wichita 67218; or Trinity Hospice, 1938 N. Woodlawn, Suite 214, Wichita 67208.

Hayes, James W.
James W. Hayes - Pueblo Chieftain - April 25, 1917 - Pioneer Ranchman is Dead in Pueblo - James W. Hayes, age 67 years, passed away yesterday afternoon at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Sarah A. Starmer, 1529 East Sixth Street. Mr. Hayes came to Pueblo 28 years ago, and eleven years ago settled on and became owner of the Green Bell Ranch, 14 miles northwest of Pueblo. He was a man of sterling character and in addition to the bereaved family, leaves many friends to mourn his loss. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Alice Hayes, one son, Herbert A. Hayes, and two daughters, Mrs. Sarah A. Starmer, of Pueblo, and Mrs. Bertha May Eve, of Olney Springs, Colo. One sister, Mrs. J. C. Hurst of Redfield, S. D. He was a member of the Congregational Church of Leona, Kansas. Remains are at Davis and Vories and funeral will be announced later. Pueblo Chieftain - April 27, 1917 - The funeral of James W. Hayes will take place this morning at 10 o'clock from the Davis-Vories Chapel. Rev. W. T. Hilton will officiate. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery.

Hayes, Jeanne
Jeanne Hayes - Pueblo Chieftain - February 15, 2012 - Jeanne Hayes, 67, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on Feb. 13, 2012. Preceded in death by her beloved mother, Nona Edwards; sisters, Cathy Baker, Anne Shumake; and nephew, Don Baker. Jeanne is survived by her daughter, Colleen Guthrie; son, Scott (Michele) Hayes; grandchildren, Nolan and Kate Guthrie, Beth and Miranda Hayes; niece, Susan Baker (Michael); and nephew, Eddie (Tara) Shumake. Jeanne was well known in Pueblo as the “Cat Lady.” She fostered a large number of Pueblo's cats and dogs. She was a member of Beta Sigma Phi for 20 years. Jeanne fought breast cancer 11 years ago and most recently, pancreatic cancer. She was a fighter and never lost her wonderful spirit. She is now with one of her best friends, Dolly Hindeman. We will all miss her terribly and look forward to seeing her again. Purple was her favorite color so feel free to wear it. Contributions may be made in Jeanne's name to Rhoda Bruner at Minnequa Works Credit Union to help rescue animals. A special thank you to the staff at Sangre de Cristo Hospice. They were wonderful during this difficult time. Service, 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18, at the Cowboy Church in Avondale. Directions may be picked up at Sangre de Cristo Hospice.

Hayes, Joel Addison
Joel Addison Hayes - Pueblo Chieftain - February 1, 1919 - Banker's Funeral - Alva Adams of Pueblo will be one of the honorary pall bearers at the funeral of Joel Addison Hayes, the President of the First National Bank of Colorado Springs. The funeral will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon from St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at Colorado Springs. The ashes arrived yesterday from California, where the well-known banker died. Bankers from all portions of the state of Colorado will attend the funeral. Mr. Hayes was one of the most prominent bankers and financial experts in Colorado and had much to do with the development of the state.

Hayes, Shayla Ahnaya Yellowhorse
Shayla Ahnaya Yellowhorse Hayes - Park Record - October 17, 2007 - Shayla Hayes, 23 months, of Shiprock, left with our Heavenly Father, on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2007. She was born to Frederick Hayes and Eudora Yellowhorse. Shayla is survived by her father, Frederick Hayes; sisters, Taylor K. Allen and Tiffany C. Allen; brother, Chandler R. Yellowhorse; paternal grandparents, Fred and Ella Hayes; maternal grandparents, Herbert and Edith Yellowhorse; aunts, Kathleen Hayes (Waylon), Kathy Holgate (Leander) of Shiprock, Katherine Etcitty (Michael Jr.) of Bloomfield, Valcita Yellowhorse, Myra Yellowhorse (Marvin Reuben) of Shiprock, and Herberta Yellowhorse of Trinidad, Colo.; uncles, Kendrick Hayes, Roderick Hayes of Shiprock, Herbert Yellowhorse Jr. of Trinidad, BM1 (SW) Bruce Willie and family of San Diego, Calif. Shayla was preceded in death by her cousins, Katherine Afraid of Bear Yellowhorse and Dominque Xavier Yellowhorse. Visitation for Shayla will be from 3 to 5 p.m., today, Wednesday, Oct. 17, at Desert View Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m., Thursday, Oct. 18, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, in Shiprock. Interment will follow at Shiprock Community Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Kendrick Hayes, Roderick Hayes, Waylon McKinley, and Trevor Dan Reuben. Honorary Pallbearers are Leandro Gene Holgate, Jacob Holgate, Leandro Holgate Jr., LaTanya McKinley, Tyren McKinley, Elissa Begay, Kaylon McKinley, Brycen Etcitty, Kayle Ashlyn Etcitty, Dustin S. Reuben, Freeland K. Reuben, Jacob D. Reuben, Raleigh O. Jackson, Ranaldi D. Jackson, Kaitlin Yellowhorse, and Raven Yellowhorse. We will miss Shayla so much. We all have special memories of Shayla, her laughs and smiles. We will all, never, never forget her. She will be close in our hearts. Shayla, we love you, baby. Shayla is in the care of Desert View Funeral Home, N. U.S. Highway 491, in Shiprock; (505) 368-4607.

Hayes, Susanna Maud
Susanna Maud Hayes – Pueblo Chieftain – October 20, 1918 – Susanna Maud Hayes, age 43 years, died at a local hospital early yesterday morning. She is survived by her husband, Wilbur Hayes, one son, Frank Hayes, at the ranch home at Stone City, one daughter, Gertrude Stanner, of this city, one brother, L. L. Miller of Stone City, and one sister Cora Smith of Peoria, Ill. She was a member of the Daughters of the Veterans and the Dames of Malta. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Davis-Vories Chapel. Rev. H. A. Vandeman will officiate. Interment in Mountain View Cemetery. Services private. Pueblo Chieftain – October 21, 1918 – The funeral of Mrs. Susanna Maud Hayes was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Davis & Vories Chapel. Rev. H. A. Vandeman officiated. The pallbearers were selected from the Dames of Malta and the Daughters of Veterans as follows: Misses Williams, Swearingen, Mrs. Sherman Fosdick, Mrs. M. D. Hoagland, Mrs. Lillian Inman, Mrs. Ella Howard, and Miss Viola Castle. During the services Mr. and Mrs. Vandeman sang "Some Sweet Day," and "I'm Going to a City." Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery.

Hayes, Torace L.
Torace L. Hayes - Pueblo Chieftain - January 19, 2010 - Torace L. Hayes, 84, passed away Jan. 16, 2010, in Salida, Colo. He was born on Sept. 22, 1925, in Sherman, Texas, to the late James and Willie (Smith) Hayes. Torace was a veteran of the U.S. Navy, serving during WWII. He was united in marriage to Arnetta Hunt, who survives him. Torace was employed with Missouri Pacific Railroad as a car-man. After his retirement, Torace and Arnetta moved to Salida, where he enjoyed fishing, hunting and woodworking. Torace also is survived by his daughters, Sandy Shneider and Linda Henry; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; sister, Sharon C. Dalgleish; and one brother, Dan Hayes. Memorial service, 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010, Holt Chapel of the Garden in Canon City, Colo. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Disabled American Veterans at 2850 O'Neal Ave., Pueblo, CO 81005. Arrangements handled by Holt Family Funeral Home.

Hayes, Verle
Verle E. Hayes - Pueblo Chieftain - March 5, 2013 - Verle E. Hayes, 95, of Pueblo, passed away March 2, 2013. Cremation has taken place. A private service will take place at a later date.

Hayes, William Frank
William Frank Hayes - Pueblo Chieftain - August 24, 1918 - Day's Casualty List - Missing in Action: William Frank Hayes, New London, Connecticut. Pueblo Chieftain - September 26, 1918 - Returned to Duty: Previously reported missing in action - William Frank Hayes, New London, Connecticut. Note: William Frank Hayes injured in a plane crash on July 5, 1918 in Tennessee, left the service on March 27, 1919, but died at Fort Bayard, NM on January 4, 1922 from complications from the injuries. Note from Findagrave.com: William Frank Hayes, Birth: 1893; Death: January 4, 1922; Burial: Mountain View Cemetery, Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado, USA, Plot: Block K, Created by: Brad Whitney, Record added: July 13, 2013, Find A Grave Memorial# 113754912. WWI Draft Registration indicates born June 24, 1893, McLeansboro, Ill., employed by C. F. & I, Pueblo, Colorado, as a laborer in the rail mill; married.

Haynes, Josephine
Josephine Haynes - Trinidad Times Independent - January 27, 2012 - Josephine Haynes, a former resident of Trinidad, passed away on Jan. 15, 2012, in Westminster. Josephine was born Aug. 3, 1924, in Trinidad to Marietta (Mary) and Giuseppe (Joe) Dutto. She graduated from Hoehne High School and began her working career in 1950 as an optician, secretary and doctor's assistant with Dr. R. P. Beaudette in Raton, N.M. From 1960 to 1984, she worked as an office supervisor, accountant, bookkeeper and secretary for J.J. Newberry's in Raton; the Coca-Cola Bottling Company in Tucumcari, N.M.; the CF&I Steel Corporation in Weston; and the Colorado Potato Company in Trinidad. She will best be remembered for her work at Total Vision in Trinidad where she was an optician from 1985-2003. Josephine continued to work part time well into her retirement. Josephine loved life. Time with family always came first and she spent most Sundays at family dinners or visiting with relatives. She enjoyed gardening, the Labor Day parades, rodeos and other activities at Kit Carson Park and the Fairgrounds. Her passion was dancing. Weekends would find her dancing and enjoying her many friends. Preceding her in death were her parents Mary and Joe Dutto; her sisters, Theresa (Chris) Dardanes and Anna (James) Morasky; and her brother John (Barbara) Dutto. Josephine is survived by her daughter Linda (Richard) Bluhm; her granddaughter, Siobhan (Darren) Eubanks; her great-grandsons, Braedyn and Tayte Eubanks; her sister Catherine Mattedi; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday, Jan. 30, at Holy Trinity Church. Interment will follow at Trinidad Catholic Cemetery. Persons wishing to do so may make contributions to Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 235 N. Convent St, Trinidad, CO 81082; or to a charity of choice in Josephine's name. Arrangements made under the direction of Comi Funeral Home.

Haynes, Kenneth M.
Kenneth M. Haynes - Amarillo Globe Times - July 11, 2008 - Kenneth M. Haynes, 68, of Weston, Colo. Memorial services will be at 11 a.m. in Stonewall Community Church. Private inurnment will be at a later date. Comi Funeral Home of Trinidad, Colo.

Haynie, Millie   
Millie Haynie - Pueblo Chieftain - September 12, 1932 - Funeral services for Mrs. Millie Haynie will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in the Geo. McCarthy Funeral home.

Hays, Mabel Lee
Mabel Lee Hays - Pueblo Chieftain - January 21, 2010 - Funeral service for Pueblo, Colo., resident and former Lamar resident, Mabel Lee Hays will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 22, 2010, at Valley Memorial Funeral Chapel in Lamar. Elder Jan Hall and President Matt Snyder will co-officiate the service and burial will follow in the Union Valley Cemetery in Hasty, Colo. Visitation for Mabel Lee will be held from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. today, Jan. 21, 2010, and from 9 a.m. to service time on Friday at Valley Memorial Funeral Chapel in Lamar. Mrs. Hays was born on June 9, 1926, to James Sr. and Maude Malone in Johnson City, Kan., and departed this life on Monday, Jan. 18, 2010, at the Belmont Lodge in Pueblo, Colo., at the age of 83. Mrs. Hays was preceded in death by her father, James Malone Sr. of Johnson City, Kan.; her mother, Maude A. Malone of Florence, Ariz.; her husband, E. William Hays of McClave, Colo., on March 10, 1994; one son, Michael Reece in the U.S. Navy in 1982; and one brother, James B. Malone Jr. Mabel Lee is survived by four children, Joseph (Renee) Anderson of Oregon City, Ore., Edward (Melba) Anderson of Rolla, Kan., David (Renita) Anderson of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Tammie Keasler of Pueblo; eight grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Reitha Meyer of Phoenix, Ariz., and Beulah “Billie” (Joe) Maginn of Englewood, Colo.; also surviving are numerous nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, many other relatives, and many, many friends. Those desiring, may make memorial contributions to the American Cancer Society or to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Youth Fund, either directly or through Valley Memorial Funeral Chapel. Visitation and funeral services for Mabel Lee Hays are under the direction of Valley Memorial Funeral Chapel in Lamar, helping families create a truly fitting family tribute.

Haywood, Robert
Robert Haywood - Pueblo Indicator - December 16, 1939 - Aftermath of a Bad Automobile Crash Dec. 3rd - Phil Eastham of Cripple Creek, one of the three youths who were badly injured in an automobile collision on Santa Fe Trail the 3rd inst., was released from Corwin hospital the 8th. Victor Miller and M. B. Brice were detained for further treatment. In the same accident Percy Nichols and Robert Haywood were killed. Their car crashed with a car driven by Joe Zupancic, who lives east of town. The head-on collision occurred about 14 miles east of Pueblo.

Hazard, Mary
Mary Hazard – Pueblo Chieftain – March 22, 1919 – Mary Hazard, age 24 years, died at 1236 East Evans Ave., March 21. Body at United. Pueblo Chieftain – March 22, 1919 – Mary Hazard, age 24 years, died at the family home, 1236 East Evans Ave. yesterday. She leaves a husband, George E. Hazard of the family home, two children, Lovell and Byron, a father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Heivner, three sisters, Mrs. G. Redner, Mrs. Patrick Quinn, and Miss Eltie all of Divide, Colo. Body at United. Pueblo Chieftain – March 23, 1919 – The body of Mary Hazard will be forwarded this morning by the United Undertaking Co. to Divide, Colo., accompanied by the husband and the father. Pueblo Chieftain – March 24, 1919 – The body of Mary Hazard was forwarded yesterday morning by the United Undertaking Co. to Divide, Colo., for burial, accompanied by the family.

Hazlett, George Washington
George Washington Hazlett – Pueblo Chieftain – March 18, 1918 – George Washington Hazlett, age 77 years, died yesterday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Mary Jeffries, 257 Block I. Mr. Hazlett came here from Nev., Mo., about a year ago to reside with his daughter and apparently was in good health. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Jeffries of Pueblo, Mrs. Jackright of Nev., Mo., and two sons, George W. Hazlett of Goodrich, Colo., and William Hazlett, Denver; also one sister, Mrs. Jennie Charleston of Nev., Mo. Mr. Hazlett is a member of the G. A. R. Post at Nev., Mo. The remains are at the Whiton parlors and the funeral will be announced later. Pueblo Chieftain – March 20, 1918 – The funeral of George W. Hazlett was held at the Whiton Chapel yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. O. K. Maynard conducted services at the chapel and the Women's Relief Corps rendered their ritualistic services. The pallbearers were: J. J. Bippin, F. W. Wright, A. Rood, W. S. Taylor, F. M. Newlon, and P. O. Gaynor. The interment was in the G. A. R. Cemetery where services were conducted by Pueblo Post No. 8.

Head, Audrey Lea
Audrey Lea Schockey Head - Colorado Springs Gazette - January 8, 2008 - January 8, 1928 - January 3, 2008 Audrey Lea "Pat"(Schockey) Head age 79, was called home to be with her Lord January 3, 2008. She passed away peacefully with her family by her side. She was born January 8, 1928, in Independence, Kansas to Charles and Ruby (Gordon) Schockey, who are both deceased. She married the love of her life, Jack Paul Head, on April 4, 1945, in Raton, New Mexico. She is survived by two sons Roy (Pat) and Jeremy Head, and three daughters Sharon "Micki" (LeRoy) Allen of Colorado Springs, Gwen (John) Hammelev of Colorado Springs, and Leah (Dave) Morgera of Castle Rock, CO. Pat was not only a loving wife and mother of six children, but was a grandmother of 14 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by three sisters EvaDell (Herbert) Caudill of Hamilton, OH, Cheryl Lewis of Colorado Springs, and Glenda Watkins of Jacksonville, FL. She is also survived by her two brothers, Gary (Shirley) Schockey of Colorado City, and Larry (Peggy) Schockey of Monte Vista, CO. Pat was preceded in death by her husband, Jack Paul Head, her son, Charles "Chuck" Head and a brother, Gordon Dale Schockey; two sisters Donna Jo Scmohl, and Ruby Kay Thomas; and a grandson Russell Head. Pat was a longtime resident of Colorado Springs. She was the founder of Christian Deaf Church and served as an interpreter throughout Colorado Springs and the surrounding states. She will truly be missed by her family and many friends. A visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 8, 2008 at Mountain View Mortuary, 2350 Montebello Square Dr., Colorado Springs, CO 80918. The celebration of her life will be held at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, January 9th at the Mountain View Chapel with Stan Sack and Tim Thurston officiating. Burial will follow at Evergreen Cemetery.

Head, Charlotte
Charlotte (Jaap) Head - Trinidad Times Independent - December 15, 2010 - Charlotte (Jaap) Head, 88, of Denver, passed away Dec.13, 2010. She is survived by her two children: Becky (Don) Bleiwas, Van (Chris) Head, and daughter-in-law, Sherry Mercer. Eight grandchildren. Four great-grandchildren. Her best friend and BFF, Sylvia. Also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. Funeral service was held Saturday, Dec. 18, 2010.Both at Newcomer Funeral Home-West Chapel. Interment Crown Hill Cemetery.

Head, Delvin Gene
Delvin Gene Head - Pueblo Chieftain - April 08, 2002 - Passed away April 5, 2002. He is preceded in death by his mother, father and brother. He is survived by his wife, Donna; daughter, Georgene (John) Kruzel; sons, Alan (Rosanne) Head, Patrick (Sally) Head and Martin Head; step-sons Brandy, Robert (Valerie) Mace; sister-in-law, Myrna Leri; and mother-in-law, Betty Liggett. Also survived by numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren; special friends, Bob Kapus, Floyd and Lloyd Laughlin, Chester Craig, Allen Futamata, George Blanchfield, Frank Remiatte and Grace Burke; and cousin, Dick Fine. The family would like to thank Dr. Marlow Sloan and his caring staff and the staff at the Sangre de Cristo Hospice for the care and comfort during Delvin's illness. A very special thank you to Sheryl, his nurse, for her dedication and compassion to Delvin and his family. Delvin served four years in the U.S. Navy and was a retired Fire Chief from the PDA. He was also a 32nd degree member of the Masonic Silver State Lodge No. 95. The family respectfully requests that in lieu of flowers donations may be made in Delvin's memory to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 704 Elmhurst Pueblo, CO 81004. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday at the T.G. McCarthy Rose Chapel.

Head, Georgia L.
Georgia L. Head - Pueblo Chieftain - April 25, 2002 - Age 62, was called to heaven April 23, 2002. Survived by her loving husband, J. Gary Head; children, Brenda (Steve) Wait, Alan (Anette) Owens, Becky (Bobby) Johnson Jr., Richard (Sally) Owens; stepchildren, John (Patty) Head and Donna Head; father-in-law, Donald Head; brothers, Don and Dean Huddleston; 13 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren. Viewing, 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday. Graveside service in Sunrise Slope at Imperial Memorial Gardens, 10 a.m. Friday, with Pastor Jurgen Pampus officiating.

Head, John
John "Gary" Head - Pueblo Chieftain - March 22, 2009 - John "Gary" Head, 68, departed this life on March 19, 2009. Gary was born Jan. 9, 1941, in Pueblo. He was preceded in death by his parents, Donald and Evelyn Head; and his wife, Georgia Head. He is survived by children, John (Patty) Head and Donna Head; stepchildren, Alan (Annette) Owens, Richard (Sally) Owens, Brenda (Steve) Wait and Rebecca Johnson, 17 grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and many, many friends. Gary worked in the grocery business for most of his life. He was an avid fisherman and coin collector. He loved gardening, watching sports, but most of all spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. According to Gary's wishes, cremation has taken place and there will be no formal service. However, there will be a gathering for family and friends at 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, 2009, at 2230 Hillside Road, Pueblo, Colo., to remember and celebrate this wonderful and loving man.

Head, John B.
John B. Head - Pueblo Chieftain - August 28, 1997 - John B. Head, born on Nov. 12, 1912, passed away Aug. 26, 1997. Preceded in death by his son, John L. Head- brother, Mike Head. Survived by his bride of 61 years, Sylvia R. Head- granddaughter, Natalie (Rick) Craig- brother, Don Head- sister, Maude Fine. Mr. Head was a member of the Jehovah's Witness Congregation. He was a farmer his entire life, and after retiring worked for Bert Hartman for 12 years. He also loved fishing and the outdoors. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Friday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Family will greet friends after the service at Imperial Reception Hall. Viewing, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today.

Head, Sylvia R.
Sylvia R. Head - Pueblo Chieftain - December 20, 1997 - Sylvia R. Head, born Sept. 3, 1914, in Beaver, Okla., passed away Dec. 17, 1997. Preceded in death by her husband, John B. Head on Aug. 26, 1997- son, John L. Head, March 14, 1989. Survived by her granddaughter, Natalie (Rick) Craig- sisters, Edna Church, Estellene Head, Goldie (Jim) Clark, Juanita (Jack) Tobin- numerous nieces and nephews also survive. Sylvia drove a school bus for District 70 for 30 years, retiring in 1983, and enjoyed gardening and homemaking. Funeral service, Monday, Dec. 22, at 11 a.m., Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Viewing, Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. The family will greet friends at Imperial Reception Hall following the committal service.

Head, Victoria
Victoria Head - Pueblo Chieftain - April 15, 2002 - Victoria Head died April 12, 2002. She was preceded in death by her mother; father; two brothers; and three sisters. Victoria is survived by her children, Martin Silver Head, Georgene (John) Kruzel, Alan (Rosanne) Head and Patrick (Sally) Head; as well as grandchildren, Normagene Head, Lauren (Isaiah) Ibarra, Jennifer Head, Victor Head, Adam Head and Dylan Dawson; and great-grandchildren, Dillon Head and Jadon Ibarra. She is also survived by her sister, Lupe Lawrence; and numerous nieces, nephews and other extended family. Victoria enjoyed life, especially people, music, dancing and taking care of her home. She will be sadly missed by the many family and friends who knew and loved her. Cremation, Almont Crematory. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, George McCarthy Historic Chapel.

Headding, Henry E.
Henry E. Headding - Pueblo Chieftain - January 13, 1999 - Henry E. Headding, 89, of Canon City, and formerly of Hartman and Lamar, died Jan. 10, 1999. Funeral services, 10:30 a.m. Friday, Jan. 15, 1999, at Valley Memorial Funeral Chapel, Lamar. Cremation will follow and private inurnment will be in Fairmount Cemetery, Lamar. Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday and from 8 a.m. to service time Friday. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of the donor's choice.

Headley, Albert A.
Albert A. Headley - Pueblo Chieftain - April 25, 2001 - Albert A. Headley passed away April 21, 2001, in Collbran, Colo. Al was born April 15, 1930, in Lincoln, Neb., to Elmer and Catherine Headley and had been a Pueblo resident for the past 39 years. He was a member of Eagles Aerie No. 145 and his interests included singing karaoke, dancing, sports and the Denver Broncos. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Bertha; and his brother, Jim. His survivors include daughters, Kathy (Joel) Ellis, of Collbran, Leanne (Michael Schick) Sloan, of Denver, Sharon (Rick) Magdaleno, Carol (Mike) VanDuyn and Linda (Tyler) Mitchel, all of California; his grandchildren, Brandi, Leon, Joshua, Nicholas, Katrina, Kristopher, Richard, Daniel, Tyler, Philip and Race; four great-grandchildren; his brothers, Herb Headley and Ken Headley; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Visitation for Mr. Headley will be held from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. today at the mortuary. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today in the Davis Memorial Chapel with Rev. Mark Crates officiating. Interment will follow in the Imperial Cemetery.

Headon, Andrew H.
Andrew H. Headon – Pueblo Chieftain – December 27, 1917 – Andrew H. Headon, age 76 years, died yesterday at a local hospital. He is survived by his family, residing at Fort Logan. The body is being cared for by Davis-Vories.

Headrick, Susie E.
Susie E. Headrick - Pueblo Chieftain - March 03, 2002 - Passed away March 1, 2002, in Pueblo. Susie was born March 31, 1916, in Gladstone, N.M., the youngest of eight children to the union of Charles and Susie Bada. She was a longtime member of Order of Eastern Star, Chapter No. 34, Amaranth and Mother Advisor for the Rainbow for Girls. She was a Boy Scout Den Leader, Girl Scout Leader and participated in many community volunteer services such as the March of Dimes and St. Mary-Corwin hospital. She enjoyed a lot of crafts including making projects out of yarn, papier-mβchι, beads, artificial flowers and sequins. Susie enjoyed the outdoors and her gardening, growing roses and all kinds of flowers. She was a good mother who taught her two children the basics of life and how to be honest and upright in all their dealings with people and animals. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bueford in 1960; her son, Baden in 1967; and all of her siblings. She is survived by her daughter, Yvonne Headrick, of Pueblo; grandchildren, Wayde Moore and Shawn Headrick; two great-grandchildren as well as numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Visitation will be held from noon until 6 p.m. on Monday at the mortuary. Funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday in the Davis Memorial Chapel with burial rites provided by Pueblo Chapter No. 7 OES. Interment will follow in the Roselawn Cemetery.

Headrick, Valeta K.
Valeta K. Headrick - Pueblo Chieftain - July 19, 2000 - Valeta K. Headrick, age 60, passed away July 18, 2000. She is survived by her husband, Donald Headrick; and children, Jeffrey Scott (Nancy) Headrick, Fort Collins, Colo., Sheila (Dave) Landis, Americus, Ga., and Lisa (Anthony) Boll of Pueblo. Also survived by five grandchildren; four brothers; and two sisters. Mrs. Headrick was treasurer of the Mennonite Women. Funeral service, Saturday, 10 a.m., George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Interment, 2 p.m., Holbrook Cemetery, Cheraw, Colo.

Heagney, Thomas
Thomas Heagney - Pueblo Chieftain – August 21, 1917 – Thomas Heagney, age 56 years, prominent rancher of Springfield, Colorado, died in this city late Sunday night after a short illness. He came from Chicago four years ago and engaged in ranching. He leaves a wife and five children, Charles, Bernard, and, and Mary of Chicago, Illinois, and Mrs. C. J. Casper of Campo, Colorado. He was a member of Visitation Court, Chicago, of the Catholic Order of Forrester's and was formerly with the Union Stock Yards and Transit Company. The body was forwarded last evening by the United Undertaking Company to Chicago accompanied by relatives.

Heald, Rosalie
Rosalie Schlosser Heald - Pueblo Chieftain - March 9, 2008 - Rosalie Schlosser Heald passed away on March 6, 2008. Viewing, 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, 2008. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, 2008; both at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Healy, David
David Healy - Buena Vista Democrat - March 13, 1884 - State News - A man fifty years old named David Healy was killed at a Pueblo house of ill-fame by an inmate named Alice Ingram, on the 5th. Buena Vista Democrat - March 13, 1884 - State News - Alice Ingram, charged with the murder of Daniel Healy at a Pueblo house of ill-fame, on the 8th was committed to jail in default of $1,500 bonds. Buena Vista Democrat - March 20, 1884 - Charles H. Miller and his wife were arrested at Pueblo on the 18th, charged with killing Daniel Healey in the Palace of Pleasure.

Healy, June
June Sarconi Healy - Pueblo Chieftain - December 20, 2006 - Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. today, Shrine of St. Therese. Interment, 1 p.m. Thursday, Fairmount Cemetery, Aurora, Colo.

Healy, Thomas V.
Thomas V. Healy - Pueblo Chieftain - May 9, 2009 - Thomas V. Healy was born July 19, 1912, in Denver, son of John Francis Healy and Kathleen Galligan. His father was the longtime fire chief of Denver. Tom was educated at Regis High School in Denver and the University of Colorado, Boulder. After serving with the Army-Air Corps during World War II and marrying Joanne Daily of Pueblo, Tom moved to Pueblo permanently. After working in real estate sales with the Leach Company, Tom purchased an interest in the Sam Jones Agency from Mike Littell in 1952. In 1963, the company relocated from the basement of the Thatcher Building to its current location at 119 Sixth Street. Then in 1967, the company changed its name to Jones-Healy, Inc. The company recently celebrated its 75 Year Anniversary of continuous operation. Tom had a continuous career of service to his chosen profession. Milestones were organizing member of the Pueblo Multiple Listing Service, 1952; President of the Pueblo Board of Realtors, 1953; Realtor of the Year, 1959; inducted into the Pueblo Hall of Fame, 2001; Lifetime Achievement Award, 2002; and a member of the Colorado Real Estate Commission from 1988 to 1996. Tom retired in 1999 from Jones-Healy, Inc. at the age of 86. Business activities included developer of Sunset Plaza, Belmont shopping center, and University Station shopping center and numerous other properties. Participating broker for the sale of ranch property to McCulloch Properties, which later became the community of Pueblo West. Tom was broker for the sale of the 16,000-acre Lester Lawhorn Ranch near Fowler to movie legend Gene Autry and rodeo promoter Harry Knight. Active as an official greeter at the State Fair, Tom was instrumental in organizing the annual parade through Downtown and in launching the State Fair Train from Denver. His love for horses led him to a hobby as a quarter horse breeder and cutting horse enthusiast. Tom was also a member of Pueblo Rotary 43. Tom also devoted himself to activities with Pueblo's institutions of higher education. He was an emeritus member of the Pueblo Community College Foundation, 1999 to 2009. Member of the University of Colorado School of Business Alumni Advisory Council, 1966 to 1970. Founding member of the Business School Advisory Board, CSU-Pueblo, where he served from 1997 to 2007. Tom also was instrumental in the creation of the Healy Center for Business and Economic Studies at CSU-Pueblo. Preceded in death by his parents, John F. and Kathleen Healy; his wives, Joanne (Daily) Healy and June (Neary) Sarconi; his father-in-law, James M. (Josephine) Daily; sister, Katherine (Andrew) Dooner; brother, John F. (Fran) Healy; and sister-in-law, Geraldine (Bill) Fortune. Surviving Healy family relatives include his son, Mike (Angela) Healy of Pueblo; grandson, James (Lori) Pearson of Pueblo; nephew, James Fortune of Beulah; niece, Patti (Ken) Zimmerman of Pueblo; niece, Joanne (Nick) Sesson of Englewood; and cousin, Jeanne (Col. James D.) Bates of Pueblo. Surviving Sarconi family relatives include stepson, Tom Sarconi of Pueblo West; stepdaughter, Judy Ashton; step-grandchildren, Diane (Mike) Case of Arvada and Bill (Shelby) Frankmore of Reno, Nev.; as well as numerous members of the extended family. There will be no viewing. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Monday, May 11, 2009, at Shrine of St. Therese, 300 Goodnight Ave., with the Rev. Father Liam Courtney as celebrant. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to the Alzheimer's Association or the Sangre de Cristo Hospice, through the funeral home.

Heap, Walter James
Walter James Heap - Kansas City Star - April 15, 2004 - Kansas City, MO - Walter James Heap, 80, Overland Park, KS, died Monday, April 5, 2004, at Cass Medical Center. Memorial services will be held 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 20 at the Leawood United Methodist Church, Leawood, KS. He was born November 14, 1923, in Trinidad, CO, son of George and Florence Murray Heap. He was a chemical engineer retiring from Black and Veach Engineering of Kansas City. He was a member of the Leawood United Methodist Church. Preceding him in death were his parents, wife Eloise, and son Walter George Heap. Survivors include daughter Dorisse Gleason, Overland Park, KS; two granddaughters, Karina Rindom, Lenexa, KS, Anna Gleason, Overland Park, KS; and one brother, Robert Heap, Marshall, TX. (Arr. Consalus-Bradley Funeral Home).

Heard, Kenneth R.
Kenneth R. Heard - Pueblo Chieftain - July 29, 2004 - Kenneth R. Heard, 74, passed away July 27, 2004. He is preceded in death by his parents, Richard C. and Louverne Heard; and his brother, Richard E. Heard. Survived by his wife, Helen Heard; children, Kenneth E.(Bonnie) Heard, Tunkhannock, Pa., Virginia (Robert) Dyche, Basalt, Colo.; sister, Reta Northcutt, Longmont, Colo.; grandchildren, Rich Sauer, Jeff Sauer, Lynna Schiller, Shelly Woolsey; he is also survived by great-grandchild, Christian Schiller. Mr. Heard was retired from the Colorado State Hospital and a member of Liberty Baptist Church since 1958. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Friday, Adrian Comer Garden Chapel, with the Rev. Ben Huddleston of Marionville, Mo., officiating. Interment at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Memorial donations may be made to the National Parkinson Foundation, through the funeral home.

Hearn, Lonie J.
Lonie J. "LJ" Hearn - Pueblo Chieftain - February 2, 2011 - Lonie J. "LJ" Hearn passed away Jan. 29, 2011, in Pueblo. LJ was born June 1, 1927, in Tulia, Texas, to Horace and D. Eysel Hearn. Lonie was a member of the First Baptist Church, South Pueblo Lodge No. 31 AF&AM, Southern Colorado Consistory No. 3 and the Al Kaly Shrine, where he served as Recorder for many years. LJ owned and operated the Dairy Deluxe in Bessemer for many years before his retirement and was an avid golfer. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Beverly; and his brother, Clarence. His survivors include his son, Scot (Theresa) Hearn; nephews, Bruce and Larry Hearn; and his great- niece, Cassie. A celebration of Lonie's life will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5, 2011, at the Elmwood Golf Course Clubhouse, 3900 Thatcher Ave. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials in LJ's name may be made to the Lazarus Fund Animal Rescue, P.O. Box 7383, Pueblo West, CO 81007.

Hearn, Roy C.
Roy C. Hearn – Bayfield Blade – October 13, 1916 – Pueblo police and county officers sought further clues as to the identity of the slayer of Roy C. Hearn, 21 years old, whose body was found in an outhouse on the Fickle ranch near Boone. A bullet hole in the chin indicated the youth had been shot to death.

Hearn, Winona Mae
Winona Mae Hearn - Huerfano World - December 7, 2000 - Today we mourn, but tomorrow her laughter will return to our hearts. The depth of our grief is measured by our love ... and God knows how we loved her. The beauty of rainbows, sunrises and sunsets are but reflections of her. Winona Mae Thorne was born to Wallace and Mary Garritson Thorne on Oct. 30, 1934 in Walsenburg. Her mother passed away when she was only four and she spent the rest of her childhood raised by her "Aunt Ruth" and "Uncle Clarence" Clair on a ranch north of Walsenburg. During her early years she was active in Rainbow Girls and advanced to Worthy Advisor her senior year. She graduated at the age of 16 from Huerfano County High School and received a band scholarship to the University of Denver where she graduated in 1955 with a BS degree in business education. Winnie developed her lifelong love of the legal business and politics while putting herself through college. She was employed by a law firm in Denver when she met Roger Paul Hearn of Bristow, IA. They married on a Sunday afternoon, Jan. 27, 1957 in the Park Hill Methodist Church. After her marriage she moved with Roger to Hammond, IN, then Fort St. John, BC, Canada, settling in Idaho Falls, ID in 1959 where Roger was employed as an engineer for Steams-Rogers. In Idaho Falls she continued working as a legal secretary until 1969 when she became a field representative for Congressman Orval Hansen. She continued to be active in politics and the legal profession until she retired in 1991. We will always remember Winnie for all the ways she thought of and cared for others. She enjoyed sharing with family and friends her beauty she created in her love of flowers and the outdoors. She especially loved the time spent at her and Roger's cabin on Palisades Lake boating, snowmobiling and watching the many birds and wildlife. She took great pleasure in being a part of her daughter Lori's life and most especially the lives of her grandchildren, Brant, Cassie, Brianna, Mike and Zack. Her concern for others reached beyond her family to all of her dear friends over the years. She also enjoyed her work as a volunteer at Sacred Heart Hospital Auxiliary and her involvement in the Skyline Booster Club where she and Roger served as president in 1983. Over the past eight months Winnie courageously fought a battle against cancer. It frustrated her beyond measure that she could not continue to care for others as she always had. She passed away on November 27, 2000. The family wishes to thank Dr. Krell, Dr. Hodson, Dr. Debruyn Kops and especially the nurses at EIRMC for their special kindness and care. Winnie is survived by her husband, Roger; half-sister, Judy Irwin Fair (Jerry) of Breckenridge; half-brothers, Joe Thorne (Penny) of Loveland and Don Thorne (Patty) of Pueblo; her daughter, Lori Ann Peterson (Harry) of Salt Lake City, UT and her five grandchildren. Memorial service to celebrate her life will be held at Buck-Miller-Hann Funeral Home in Idaho Falls on Friday, Dec. 1, 2000 at 1 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the Idaho Youth Ranch, Box 8538, Boise, ID, 83707.

Hearst, Byirl J.
Byirl J. Hearst - Pueblo Chieftain - February 12, 2004 - Byirl J. Hearst passed away Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2004, in Pueblo. Byirl was born in Butte, Mont., on Aug. 1, 1929, a descendant of the William Randolph Hearst bloodline. He had lived in this area since the early 1940s. Byirl was employed for a short time by the U.S. Forest Service; he also did mining in the area and enjoyed a 41-year career at the CF&I Steel Mill where he was credited with two engineering designs that assisted in production. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army having served as a tank commander during the Korean Conflict. Byirl was preceded in death by his parents, Byirl and Frances Pierce Hearst. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Winona, of the family home; children, Kipp Hearst, Kent (Mary) Hearst, Jill (David) Suazo, all of Pueblo; grandchildren, Samantha, Alexanderia, Rebecca, Clinton, Terrin, Kimberly; a sister, Sue (Ray) Wager of Littleton; a sister-in-law, Patsy (Tim) York of Colorado Springs; brothers-in-law, Clifford (Mildred) Gulliford of Coaldale and Conrad (Sharon) Gulliford of Monte Vista; two aunts, Jenna Burkey of Arizona and Alice Hearst of Washington; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Byirl will be remembered for his unconditional love, brilliant mind and non-judgmental spirit. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., on Saturday, Feb. 14, 2004, at the Fellowship of the Rockies Church, 3819 W. Northern. Interment will follow in the Roselawn Cemetery. Donations in memory of Mr. Hearst may be made to the American Lung Association either direct or through the mortuary.

Hearst, Frances A.
Frances A. Hearst - Pueblo Chieftain - October 15, 1998 - Frances A. Hearst passed away Oct. 14, 1998, in Pueblo. She was born Oct. 18, 1909, in Pueblo to Joseph Pierce and Margaret Kuhar. Frances was preceded in death by her husband, Byirl in 1991. Her survivors include her children, Byirl (Winona) Hearst of Pueblo and Sue (Ray) Wager of Littleton- one sister, Alice Hearst of Washington- seven grandchildren, Kipp Hearst, Kent (Mary) Hearst, Garrick (Mellisa) Wager, Jill (David) Suazo, Terri Wager, Susan Wager, Cassandra (Daniel) Dougherty- as well as 11 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Hearst will lie in state from 1 p.m. until 7 p.m. on Friday at the mortuary. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 17, 1998, in the Davis Memorial Chapel. Interment will follow in the Roselawn Cemetery.

Heaslet, O. Aidah
O. Aidah Heaslet - Pueblo Chieftain - December 30, 1987 - Mrs. O. Aidah Heaslet, passed away Dec. 27, 1987, at a local hospital. Survived by her son-in-law, M. Clark Hodges, Pueblo; foster son, Kurt Lebbert, Hillsboro, Ore.; sister, Richey Watson, Lake Bluff, Ill.; grandson, James C. (Eunice R.) Hodges, Sunnyvale, Calif.; great-grandchildren, Linda Jean Hodges, Fresno, Calif.; and Teresa Ann (Allen) Brothers, Sunnyvale, Calif.; great-great-grandchildren, Brian Brothers and Cheryl Brothers, both of Sunnyvale. Survived also by Delbert and Dorothy Prugh of Pueblo; Harold and Ruth Higgins of Denver. Preceded in death by her husband, Charles F. Heaslet, on Sept. 9, 1957, her daughter, Violet Hodges on May 22, 1984, and her sister, Georgia Gladys Scott, of California, who passed away on Dec. 26, 1987. Born July 29, 1887, in Frankton, Ind., and had been a resident of Pueblo since 1909. Member of First Presbyterian Church; the Philanthropic Club; Carpenters No. 363 Auxiliary; and the church Circle Four Club. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Rouch Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. G. Willard Gray officiating. Interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. The family will receive friends at 3:30 p.m. today at First Presbyterian Church, 10th and Court, following the committal service.

Heaston, Everett
Everett Heaston - Pueblo Chieftain - April 11, 2009 - Everett Heaston, 81, passed away, April 9, 2009. He was born Nov. 11, 1927, in Ramah, Colo., to Truman James and Edith Irene Heaston. Everett was a longtime owner and operator of the Heaston Dairy in Fowler, as well as selling mutual funds for Western Reserve. He was a graduate of Alta Vista High School. Survived by his wife of 63 years, Betty Jo Heaston; children, the Rev. Ted (Carolyn) Heaston, Tulsa, Okla., Jim (Hazel) Heaston and Gary (Kathy) Heaston, all of Fowler, Colo. Grandfather of Heidi (Travis) Hewuse, Lindsey Heaston, J.D. (Chrissy) Heaston, Kelly (Cody) Wager, Mark (Jenny) Heaston, Imy (Chris) Teaul and Shelly (Mike) Palmer. Also survived by 11 great-grandchildren; two brothers, Harold (Beverly) Heaston and William F. (Velda) Heaston and sister, Juanita (Dean) Buttler. Everett was a very dedicated member of Amazing Grace Fellowship Church and a good friend of Praise Assembly Church. Viewing, 6 to 8 p.m. - Pueblo Chieftain - April 12, 2009, Imperial Funeral Home. Funeral service, 1:30 p.m. Monday, April 13, 2009, Praise Assembly of God Church, with interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens Cemetery. In lieu of food and flowers, please make donations to Sangre de Cristo Hospice. Under the direction of Imperial Funeral Home.

Heater, Lyle Dennis
Lyle Dennis Heater - Pueblo Chieftain - June 16, 2010 - Lyle Dennis Heater, 62, was born on Aug. 16, 1947. Lyle passed away on June 13, 2010. He was preceded in death by his parents, Lyle Heater and Wilma Rupp; and his sister, Diana Groetken. Lyle is survived by his wife, Lisa Heater; brother, Neil Heater; children, Teri Sidebottom, Patricia Beyer, Gary Heater, Ashley, and Carolyn Hochstetler; 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Lyle enjoyed training and breaking horses, rodeoing, ranching, farming, family and friends and old Western movies. Lyle served in the U.S. Army and was a Vietnam War veteran. He was a member of Pueblo Christian Center, 2010 Pueblo Blvd., where funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, June 17. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Heath, Almon
Almon Heath - Weekly Ignacio Chieftain - December 20, 1918 - Fifteen Colorado casualties are reported in the lists made public by the War Department Dec. 15. Four dead of disease are John Lubardo, Denver; William H. Freeman, Monument; Richard E. Probert, Buffalo Creek, and Otto Engle, La Salle. Included in the list of wounded, degree undetermined, are: Harry M. Bussey, Pueblo, and William P. Kern, Fort Collins. Among the wounded severely in action are: Griff R. McKenney, Denver; Dale H. Myers, Loveland, and Almon Heath, Pueblo. Four wounded slightly in action are: Leslie M. Strain, La Junta; Thomas B. Greenstreet, Eads; Charles A. Kiester, Kendrick, and Paul P. Clark, Rico. Sergt. John D. Trone and Balentine Trujillo, Denver, are among the missing action.

Heath, Dewey L.
Pastor Dewey L. Heath - Pueblo Chieftain - April 21, 2005 - Pastor Dewey L. Heath, 94, of Colorado City. Well done, good and faithful servant went home to be with his Lord April 19, 2005. Dewey was born Oct. 10, 1910, in Lawton, Okla., to James and Janie Heath, who preceded him in death. Pastor Heath was ordained as an Assembly of God pastor. He and his wife, Pearl, who preceded him in death in 1987, led the congregation at the Trinidad, Colo., Assembly of God Church. After his retirement, he continued impacting lives at Praise Assembly of God in Pueblo, where he taught classes until the age of 94. He was blessed to love and be loved by his Christian brothers and sisters at Praise Assembly. Pastor Heath is survived by his sister, Zella Campbell of McAllen, Texas; daughter, Wanda Guenzel of Erick, Okla.; granddaughters, Pamela Robertson of Sayre, Okla., and Deborah Corey of Altus, Okla.; four great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren; three great-nephews; and nine great-great-nephews and -nieces. Funeral service will be held, 2 p.m. today, at Praise Assembly of God, 2000 Troy Ave., with Pastor Bobby J. Wilson officiating. Memorials may be made to Praise Assembly for minister training.

Heath, Eulalia E.
Eulalia E. Heath - Pueblo Chieftain - May 17, 2006 - Eulalia E. Heath, 99, passed away May 14, 2006. Survived by her son, George W. Heath of Denver; and son-in-law, Donald L. Marshall of Pueblo. Preceded in death by her husband of 52 years, Paul W. Heath on June 27, 1987; daughter, Virginia "Ginger" Marshall on March 2, 1999; grandson, David W. Heath; and parents, Minnie and George Willock. Eulalia was born Sept. 1, 1906, in Pueblo, and graduated from Centennial High School. She was a school teacher for Pueblo District No. 60 where she taught at Park View Elementary. She was a member of Ascension Episcopal Church, Laurel Court Order of Amaranth, Social Order of Beauceant and Daughters of the Nile. She also was Past Matron of Pueblo Chapter No. 7 OES and Past High Priestess of San Isabel White Shrine of Jerusalem. Viewing, 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday, at the funeral home. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Monday, May 22, 2006, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with the Rev. Deacon Ken Butcher officiating, concluding with the Eastern Star Rites. Private inurnment at Fairmount Cemetery Mausoleum in Denver.

Heath, James
James "Red" Heath - Pueblo Chieftain - January 9, 2009 - Lower Ark educator, livestock judge dies - James "Red" Heath, former Lamar Community College agriculture instructor and well-known rodeo and livestock judging coach, died Tuesday. He was 81. His wife, Lamar Mayor Nelva Heath, said her husband died at home Tuesday night of health complications following a broken hip. Nelva Health, who was married to Red Heath for nine years, said her husband will be missed by the community. "We had a wonderful life together, he was real involved with the National Western Rodeo, and he had a great life. He was an amazing man and a true gentleman," she said. Anne Marie Crampton, a spokeswoman for LCC, said that although he retired from the college in 1985, Health continued to be active in the community and was still passionate about the college and its future. "He was instrumental in creating the horse training and management program and he really just built the Ag program from the ground up," Crampton said. Heath graduated from Plains High School in Plains, Texas, and joined the U.S. Navy in 1944 at the age of 17. After serving his enlistment in San Diego, Red began his college education at Texas Tech in 1946. While president of the Texas Tech Block and Bridle Club, he co-wrote the first National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association rule book in 1949 and won the Block and Bridle Club Meritorious Service Award. He graduated from Texas Tech with a bachelor's degree in Animal Husbandry in 1950. A graduate of Texas Tech in 1946, Heath accepted the position of instructor and head of the agriculture department at Lamar Junior College in August 1950. While at Lamar Junior College (later named Lamar Community College), Heath coached the livestock judging teams for 35 years, with his teams participating in major contests at the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo in Denver; Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo and the Houston Stock Show and Rodeo. His teams won the Junior College High Scoring Team 18 times at the National Western Stock Show and Rodeo in Denver. Several of his students went on to successful professional rodeo careers. The LCC Horse Training and Management program was co-founded by Heath and continues to be a strong, nationally recognized program today. In addition to his teaching and coaching at LCC, Heath was a well respected livestock judge - officiating many major shows, state and county fairs throughout Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. He also was a farmer and rancher raising Black Angus cattle and American quarter horses. He served as president of the Southeastern Colorado Angus Association and Colorado Angus Association. A service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Lamar Community College Wellness Center with Pastor Mark Viar of the Lamar Redeeming Love Church officiating. Interment will follow at Fairmount Cemetery.

Heath, Mabel Owen
Mabel Owen Heath - Pueblo Chieftain – December 4, 1918 – Mabel Owen Heath, age 13 years, died December 3, 1918.

Heath, Mary Hazel
Mary Hazel Heath - Pueblo Chieftain - December 16, 1999 - Mary Hazel Heath passed away Dec. 14, 1999. Survived by her daughter, Sharol (William) McCluskey; grandsons, Mike and Jonathan McCluskey; special granddaughter, Amy Payne; great-grandson, Justin Cole McCluskey, all of Pueblo; cousins, Lenora Johnson, Pueblo, Aldeen Dow, Mesa, Ariz., Harold and Orva McDonald, San Luis Obispo, Calif. Preceded in death by her husband, Lloyd Heath, on Oct. 14, 1991. Mary Hazel was a member of Divine Science Church, Divine Science Tuesday Morning Study Group, Divine Science Women's Association, Ladies Auxiliary of UTU, Columbine Lodge No. 114 and past member of Daughters of American Revolution, Fontaine-qui-Bouille chapter. She will lie in state at the funeral home today from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 17, 1999, at the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with Rev. Earleen Cornell officiating. Interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery.

Heath, Mr.
Mr. Heath – Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – July 18, 1878 – The Lake County Sensation – Further Particulars of the Shooting of That Female Horse Thief – Our correspondent “Spectator,” writing from Buena Vista, Lake county, gives the following particulars of the shooting of the female horse thief, mentioned in our special telegram yesterday: “Lake county is still ahead, and doing her best to remain so. Yesterday morning about five, I was woke up by a succession of shots being fired close to my house. I immediately got up to see what was going on and discovered several men on the bank of the river, about two hundred yards below my house, firing towards the river. I dressed myself as soon as possible, and went to see what was up. I approached the spot towards which their fire was directed, and was ordered to stop as I might get hurt, which order I immediately obeyed. It appears that there had been some horses stolen from Garland and the parties losing them had tracked them and overtaken them here and found them in possession of two men, as it was supposed at that time. They were ordered to surrender, which they refused to do and backed their refusal by drawing their weapons and opening fire, when a general skirmish commenced, the thieves running down to the river and sheltering themselves under the bank. At this time your correspondent arrived on the scene. It was found necessary to divide the foes and send two on the other side of the river so as to drive them out, so there were two men sent across, and when they commenced firing, one of the two came out in sight and was shot through the chest and died in about six hours. When the firing ceased the other man was found dead, shot through the neck, and was found to be a woman. A justice was called and a jury empanelled and verdicts rendered and the bodies washed and dressed in clean clothes, a coffin made and both bodies put in the same case and buried all complete in one day.” The Female Horse Thief – Further Particulars of the Affair – Our correspondent “Spectator,” at Buena Vista, Lake county, writes the following additional particulars of the late sensation at that place: “I left my letter yesterday incomplete in regard to the description. The man was about five feet eight inches in height, rather thick set, dark or brown hair, blue eyes and was about thirty years of age. The woman was rather small or below an average height, light hair, hazel eyes and about twenty-five years old. I questioned the man after he was wounded, but he would not tell anything in regard to himself of the woman, except that she was his wife. When I asked him what we should do with her, he said – “For God's sake give her a decent burial.” We could not find anything on either of the bodies to give any trace of who they were. I have since learned that the man's name is Heath and that he was in the habit of hunting in the neighborhood of Garland. Until recently there had been nothing seen of him, or either of them. My informant says his wife was as good a hunter as he was.” Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – July 18, 1878 – Female Horse Thief – Refuses to Surrender and is Shot by Her Pursuers – Her Husband Also Killed – [Special to the Chieftain] – Helena, Lake County, Via Canon City, July 11. – During the latter part of last night a party of five men from Garland, joined by five men of Mr. Hutchinson's cattle camp, called here for fresh horses, stating that they were in pursuit of horse thieves. They started out about daylight and traced the thieves to their camp under the steep bluff two and one-half miles north of here and a little below the residence of Mr. Chas. Holmes. They found a man and apparently a boy, with three good mules and two horses. The thieves were thrice demanded to surrender which they refused, when the supposed boy opened fire with a revolver upon the party, the man firing with a repeating gun. The first volley from the attacking party broke the neck of the boy who, horror of horrors to relate, proved to be a woman in rough male attire. The man was wounded through the chest and died at ten o'clock. He refused to give their names and there was not a scrap of paper or anything about them by which they could be identified. They showed wonderful nerve. The man is about five feet eight inches high, dark hair and brown whiskers, square features, high forehead and does not betray the thief in his looks. The woman, supposed to be his wife, was short, of stout build, hair rather light and cut short. The man died while the coroner's inquest was being held over the woman. The Garland man identified the stock and one of the saddles was found to have been stolen from Hon. Joseph Hutchinson two years ago, also a meerschaum pipe stolen from Mr. Clayton, of San Luis valley a year or more ago. The thieves are supposed to have been the ones who stole Christison's team at Leadville and probably sold the same in San Juan and were now looking for a market, Leadville way, for the stock stolen below. The decision of the coroner's inquest was in accordance with the facts as above given.

Heath, Mrs.
Mrs. Heath – Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – July 18, 1878 – The Lake County Sensation – Further Particulars of the Shooting of That Female Horse Thief – Our correspondent “Spectator,” writing from Buena Vista, Lake county, gives the following particulars of the shooting of the female horse thief, mentioned in our special telegram yesterday: “Lake county is still ahead, and doing her best to remain so. Yesterday morning about five, I was woke up by a succession of shots being fired close to my house. I immediately got up to see what was going on and discovered several men on the bank of the river, about two hundred yards below my house, firing towards the river. I dressed myself as soon as possible, and went to see what was up. I approached the spot towards which their fire was directed, and was ordered to stop as I might get hurt, which order I immediately obeyed. It appears that there had been some horses stolen from Garland and the parties losing them had tracked them and overtaken them here and found them in possession of two men, as it was supposed at that time. They were ordered to surrender, which they refused to do and backed their refusal by drawing their weapons and opening fire, when a general skirmish commenced, the thieves running down to the river and sheltering themselves under the bank. At this time your correspondent arrived on the scene. It was found necessary to divide the foes and send two on the other side of the river so as to drive them out, so there were two men sent across, and when they commenced firing, one of the two came out in sight and was shot through the chest and died in about six hours. When the firing ceased the other man was found dead, shot through the neck, and was found to be a woman. A justice was called and a jury empanelled and verdicts rendered and the bodies washed and dressed in clean clothes, a coffin made and both bodies put in the same case and buried all complete in one day.” The Female Horse Thief – Further Particulars of the Affair – Our correspondent “Spectator,” at Buena Vista, Lake county, writes the following additional particulars of the late sensation at that place: “I left my letter yesterday incomplete in regard to the description. The man was about five feet eight inches in height, rather thick set, dark or brown hair, blue eyes and was about thirty years of age. The woman was rather small or below an average height, light hair, hazel eyes and about twenty-five years old. I questioned the man after he was wounded, but he would not tell anything in regard to himself of the woman, except that she was his wife. When I asked him what we should do with her, he said – “For God's sake give her a decent burial.” We could not find anything on either of the bodies to give any trace of who they were. I have since learned that the man's name is Heath and that he was in the habit of hunting in the neighborhood of Garland. Until recently there had been nothing seen of him, or either of them. My informant says his wife was as good a hunter as he was.” Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – July 18, 1878 – Female Horse Thief – Refuses to Surrender and is Shot by Her Pursuers – Her Husband Also Killed – [Special to the Chieftain] – Helena, Lake County, Via Canon City, July 11. – During the latter part of last night a party of five men from Garland, joined by five men of Mr. Hutchinson's cattle camp, called here for fresh horses, stating that they were in pursuit of horse thieves. They started out about daylight and traced the thieves to their camp under the steep bluff two and one-half miles north of here and a little below the residence of Mr. Chas. Holmes. They found a man and apparently a boy, with three good mules and two horses. The thieves were thrice demanded to surrender which they refused, when the supposed boy opened fire with a revolver upon the party, the man firing with a repeating gun. The first volley from the attacking party broke the neck of the boy who, horror of horrors to relate, proved to be a woman in rough male attire. The man was wounded through the chest and died at ten o'clock. He refused to give their names and there was not a scrap of paper or anything about them by which they could be identified. They showed wonderful nerve. The man is about five feet eight inches high, dark hair and brown whiskers, square features, high forehead and does not betray the thief in his looks. The woman, supposed to be his wife, was short, of stout build, hair rather light and cut short. The man died while the coroner's inquest was being held over the woman. The Garland man identified the stock and one of the saddles was found to have been stolen from Hon. Joseph Hutchinson two years ago, also a meerschaum pipe stolen from Mr. Clayton, of San Luis valley a year or more ago. The thieves are supposed to have been the ones who stole Christison's team at Leadville and probably sold the same in San Juan and were now looking for a market, Leadville way, for the stock stolen below. The decision of the coroner's inquest was in accordance with the facts as above given.

Heath, Paul W.
Paul W. Heath - Pueblo Chieftain - June 29, 1987 - Paul W. Heath passed away unexpectedly Saturday, June 27, 1987. Survived by his wife, Eulalia Heath of the family home; children, George Heath, Lakewood, and Ginger (Donald) Marshall, Pueblo; sister, Erma Ritter, Pueblo; grandson, David Heath, and several nieces and nephews. Born Oct. 28, 1905, in Pueblo, haying been a lifetime Pueblo resident. Retired as a colonel in the U.S. Army during World War II and the Pueblo Army Depot in 1968. Member of the Ascension Episcopal Church; South Pueblo Lodge No. 31, AF&AM, Past Master in 1949; South Pueblo Chapter No. 12, RAM, Past High Priest in 1942; Pueblo Council No. 6, Cryptic Mason, Past Illustrious Master in 1942 and Past Grand Master of the Grand Council Cryptic Masons of Colorado in 1969; Pueblo Commandery No. 3, KT, Past Commander 1952; KYCH in 1952; Southern Colorado Consistory in 1965; Al Kaly Shrine, and the Greeters and Past Masters Units of the Shrine; St. Bernard Commandery No. 41, KT in Denver; York Rite College; past officer of Kincora Council No. 8, Scottish Masons; Red Cross of Constantine; Southern Colorado High 12 Club; charter member of Pueblo Chapter of De Molay; De Molay Legion of Honor; charter member of Magi Tabernacle, Holy Royal Arch Knight Templar Priests and Preceptor in 1979; Pueblo Chapter No. 7, OES and Past Patron; San Isabel Shrine No. 7, White Shrine of Jerusalem and Past Watchman of the Shepherd; and Laurel Court of Amaranth No. 16. Service will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Rouch Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Fred J. Johnson officiating. Masonic Rites and Rose Croix service will follow. Cremation, Rouch Crematorium and inurnment in the Fairmount Mausoleum, Denver, will be completed later in the week.

Heath, Pearl D.
Pearl D. Heath - Pueblo Chieftain - May 23, 1987 - Pearl D. Heath, late of Colorado City, departed this life Friday, May 22, 1987. She leaves her husband, Dewey L. Heath, of the family home; a daughter, Wanda Guenzel and husband of Erick, Okla.; two granddaughters, Pam Sligh of Sayre, Okla., and Deborah Arnold and husband of Houston, Texas; four great-grandchildren, Sumer Sligh of Sayre, and Wende, Jennifer and Stephanie Arnold of Houston; one sister-in-law, Mrs. O. A. Campbell and husband of Mission, Texas; several nieces and nephews and many friends. The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Praise Assembly of God Church, with the Rev. Bobby Wilson officiating. Private interment. Those who wish may make donations to a Memorial Fund at the Praise Assembly of God Church direct or through the funeral home office. The family may be contacted at 676-3946.

Heath, Rachel M.
Rachel M. Heath - Pueblo Chieftain - March 17, 1999 - Rachel M. Heath, 90, formerly of Pueblo, passed away Monday, March 15, 1999,in Canon City. She was preceded in death by her parents, Henry and Hattie Pulver- daughter, Alice Hoalst of Idaho- two sisters and four brothers. She is survived by daughters, Joanne Housh of Pueblo and Hattie (Donald) Combs of Lake Havasu City, Ariz. - 12 grandchildren- numerous great and great-great-grandchildren- and numerous other relatives. Funeral service will be 10 a.m. Thursday at Adrian Comer Garden Chapel, with Rev. Waudell Maple of Temple Baptist Church. Interment will be at Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Heath, Thomas A.
Capt. Thomas A. Heath - Pueblo Chieftain - January 25, 2011 - Capt. Thomas A. Heath died Friday Jan. 21, 2011, while visiting his daughter's family. He had been a captain for over 40 years at ExxonMobil. He was born in Staten Island, N.Y., and resided there until two years ago, when he came to Pueblo to be with family. He was a Bible-believing Christian who lived by faith in Christ Jesus and had a great love of the sea. He is survived by his wife, Yvonne Heath; his son, David and wife, Ava; his son, Daniel and wife, Terre; his daughter, Elizabeth and husband, Lance; his six grandchildren, Andrew, Austin, Nicholas, Noah, Shane and Jesse; and his sister, Karen Winchester; and brother, Francis Heath. All who know the family know that this is a tremendous loss and he will be greatly missed. Visitation, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and again from 4 to 7 p.m., all on Wednesday at the funeral home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Thursday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel, with cremation to follow. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Heaton, Beth Marie
Beth Marie Heaton - Pueblo Chieftain - September 7, 2011 - Beth Marie Heaton, 87, passed away Sept. 5, 2011. She was born in Grove City, Pa., and was raised in Seattle, Wash. She met her first husband, Billy Malone, at art school in Chicago after World War II. They had a daughter, Bonnie, and raised her in Fort Wayne, Ind. They also adopted two sons, Barry and Brian Malone. In the early '70s, she moved to Portland, Ore., to help her ailing sister and then moved to Scottsdale, Ariz., where she met Billy Graham. At the invitation of her uncle, who was a widower, she came to Pueblo to keep house for him and got a job at the new Pueblo Mall. She worked there until she married Jon Heaton on July 13, 1980. Beth was preceded in death by her parents, Ernest L. and Marie Samanese Robinson; and brother, George Robinson. She is survived by her husband, Jon Heaton; daughter, Bonnie Jean Woolums; sons, Barry and Brian Malone; and twin sister, Esther Wilson. Beth was a Navy veteran of WWII 1944-46. The family requests that donations be made to the charity of your choice. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9, 2011, George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Heaton, Floyd
Floyd “Buzz” Heaton - Pueblo Chieftain - February 10, 2011 - Floyd “Buzz” Heaton departed this life peacefully on Friday, Feb. 4, 2011, in Weslaco, Texas, with his wife at his side. Buzz enlisted in the Navy Dec. 18, 1945, and was discharged Oct. 31, 1947. Mr. Heaton worked as an electronic technician out of the Pueblo Army Depot. He served the 1982-83 term as Exalted Ruler of Elks 90 Lodge. After retiring, Buzz and Mary traveled the U.S. extensively, settling in the Rio Grande Valley. He was born in Erie, Kan., to the late Hurley and Della (Smith) Heaton. He was preceded in death by his oldest son, Brian; three brothers, Robert, Loren and Charles; and one sister, LaVeta. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Mary; daughter, Rhonda; son, Kent; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Buzz will be forever remembered by family and friends.

Heaton, Lois E.
Lois E. Heaton - Pueblo Chieftain - July 21, 2010 - Lois E. Heaton, 85, absent from the body, present with the Lord, ended her earthly pilgrimage July 18, 2010. She is survived by her daughter, Pamela Heaton; son, Randy Heaton; grandchildren, Chad (Karron) Heaton of Colorado Springs, Heather Heaton (Gaylen Hocking) of Lakeside, Mont., Tami (Gary) Gale of Pueblo, Trevor (Gillian) Heaton of Parker, Lori (Joe) Pacheco of Pueblo, Lynnette, Randi (Rory Freidenberger) and Jon Wolfenbarger, all of Pueblo, and Tyler (Melodi) Heaton of Parker; nine great-grandchildren; and two more expected soon. Preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, Loren Heaton; and grandson, Mark Wolfenbarger. Lois was born to Charles and Mary Shue in Fredonia, Kan., on Oct. 12, 1924. She was a loving homemaker and enjoyed making holidays and birthdays special. She was a charter member of Lighthouse Baptist Church, was an accomplished pianist, taught Sunday school and children's ministry for 50 years. She was president of Parkview and Risley PTAs, Christian Women's Club and Blue Ladies at Parkview Medical Center. She was also a frequent speaker for Stonecroft Ministries. She attended Daughters of the American Revolution meetings and was proud of her ancestry. Thanks to her wonderful friends, hospices, Bernice Trujillo and the ladies at Dove Home. Special thanks to Lisa Frazier for her friendship and valued assistance. Viewing, 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Service, 10 a.m. Friday, Parkhill Baptist Church, 4235 Parkhill Place. Memorials may be made to Gideon's International or Dream Weavers in her name.

Heaton, William R.
William R. Heaton – Pueblo Indicator – August 23, 1913 – W. R. Heaton Dead – W. R. Heaton, for many years a resident of Bessemer, and who has of late been living on a ranch near Ordway, died in this city Thursday of Bright's disease. He was 50 years old. Note: This man was buried in Roselawn Cemetery in Pueblo, Colorado.

Heavin-Winters, Winifred
Winifred "Winnie" Heavin-Winters - Pueblo Chieftain - February 27, 2009 - Winifred "Winnie" Heavin-Winters, 89, born in Plainview, Texas, on Jan. 20, 1920; passed away Feb. 24, 2009, in Pueblo, Colo. Winnie was born and raised in Plainview, Texas. After graduating from high school she attended Liberty Business College. She worked as a telephone operator with Southwestern Bell for 16 years. She also worked as a bookkeeper and receptionist for Dr. Kozine. She also ran a rural mail route. Winnie moved to Amarillo in 1980, from Texoma, Okla. She volunteered at St. Anthony Hospital for 10 years and was the president of the auxiliary during the 1991-1992 terms. She married John Winters in 1992, in Amarillo, and moved to Pueblo, Colo., in 2001. She was a huge sports fan who also had a passion for sewing. Survived by husband, John Winters of Pueblo, Colo.; son, Bobby Heavin of Lincoln, Maine; two grandchildren, Denise LaGasse of Lincoln, Maine, Sean Heavin of Hollis, Maine; and three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Malcolm Heavin. Service, 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 28, 2009, Griggs-Schooler-Gordon Pioneer Chapel, Amarillo, with Ed Modrick of the Washington Avenue Christian Church officiating. Family will receive visitors from 5 to 7 p.m. today, Feb. 27, 2009, at the funeral home. Family requests memorials be sent to BSA auxiliary.

Hebein, Frederick Joseph
Frederick “Fritz” Joseph Hebein - Pueblo Chieftain - April 4, 2012 - Frederick “Fritz” Joseph Hebein, 90, passed away Friday, March 30, 2012, due to a ruptured abdominal aortic artery aneurism. Fred was born to the union of Mary Theresa (Blatnik) Hebein and Frank Gabriel Hebein on December 5, 1921, in Pueblo. Fred graduated from Pueblo Centennial High School in 1940 and moved to southern California to work in the aircraft industry. He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1942 and served his country in the Marines and Naval Flight School after which he was honorably discharged in 1946. Fred met the love of his life in San Diego, Calif., on a blind date and married her, June Ann Stewart, in Hollywood, Calif., on Feb. 12, 1945. Returning to Pueblo, Fred worked for CF&I Steel and attended Pueblo Junior College where he pursued accounting. He retired from CF&I in 1983 as manager of Price Approval and enjoyed his leisure time with activities at the Elks as a life time member, camping, hunting and fishing with his wife, June. Fred and June enjoyed 67 years of blissful marriage. Fred is survived by his wife, June; two sons, Dr. Frederick and Cindy of Yorba Linda, Calif. and Sherman and Donna of Montrose, Colo. Fred and June are grandparents to six grandchildren, Christopher, Melissa and Jennifer of Yorba Linda and Kelli (Jarom Huff), Sean (Nicol) and Zachary of Colo.; and two great-grandchildren, Anika and Dallin Huff of Fort Collins, Colo. Fred was preceded in death by his parents; and by his siblings, Harry Hebein, Frank Hebein and Christle Brannon. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium, according to his wishes and there will be no memorial service. The family wishes to express their appreciation and gratitude to Dr. Harry R. Keefe, M.D., and the staff of Parkview Hospital for their sincere, diligent and knowledgeable care.

Hebert, Betty V.
Betty V. Hebert - Pueblo Chieftain - March 15, 1999 - Betty V. Hebert, 78, passed away March 13, 1999. Survived by her husband, Pete Hebert, of the family apartment- daughter, Carol Krutzke of Pueblo-grandchildren, Debbie Gardiner of Albuquerque, N.M., and Mark Krutzke of Littleton- great-grandchildren, Daniel Krutzke, Aaron Krutzke and Luke Krutzke. Preceded in death by her son, Jerry Hebert in 1969. Born to Malvina (nee Schnarr) and George Vanata on Nov. 6, 1928, in Canon City. Betty retiredas an elementary school teacher and she was very involved with her family. At her request, there will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A private burial will be held at Mountain View Cemetery. Those who desire may make memorials to Scottish Rite Speech and Language Foundation through the funeral home office.

Hebert, Delores M.
Delores M. Hebert- Pueblo Chieftain - March 30, 2014 - Delores M. Hebert, 88, passed away March 24, 2014, in Pueblo. She was born Sept. 22, 1925, to Jennie and Anton Francel. She married Luby “Frenchie” Hebert on Jan. 26, 1946. Delores was devoted to her family and her faith. She generously shared her time and resources helping others. She was an excellent cook and baker who enjoyed guests at her table. Delores also was a talented seamstress, loved flowers and was an avid gardener. Her special joy was sharing flowers with her church family. She spent many hours serving her St. Pius X Parish. Delores was an emotionally strong, independent and determined woman who “did it her way.” Preceding her in death was husband; parents; and brothers and sisters-in-law, Raymond (Elsie) Francel and Robert (Mary Agnes) Francel. She is survived by daughter, Shirley Ann Donachy; daughter of the heart, Linda Nelson; granddaughters, Mary Louise ”Skeeter” (Rick) Gansz, Michelle Rivera (Mike Shepard) and Tommi (Mike) Brunelli; great-granddaughters

Hebert, Ovide P.
Ovide P. “Pete” Hebert - Pueblo Chieftain - July 12, 2011 - Ovide P. “Pete” Hebert, 92, passed away July 9, 2011, at the Colorado State Veterans Nursing Home in Walsenburg, Colo. Survived by his daughter, Carol Krutzke, and her husband, Frank “Torry” Krutzke of Pueblo; grandchildren, Debbie Gardiner of Bayfield, Colo., Mark Krutzke and his wife, Bernadette of Denver, Colo.; great-grandchildren, Daniel Krutzke, Aaron Krutzke and Luke Krutzke. Also survived by daughter- in-law, Betty Campbell. Preceded in death by his son, Jerry Hebert in 1969; and wife, Berry Hebert in 1999. Born to Ignace and Berthiele Hebert on June 8, 1919, in Abbeville, La. Pete was a WWII veteran who, after retiring from the Pueblo Army Depot, worked at the Colorado State Hospital for a number of years in the research department. Pete was an avid golfer and a devoted grandfather. At his request, there will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A private burial will be held at Mountain View Cemetery. Those who desire, may make memorials to the Scottish Rite Speech and Language Foundation or the Shriner's Hospitals for Children through the funeral home.

Hechler, J. C.
J. C. Hechler – Pueblo Chieftain – October 17, 1918 – Dies in Sacramento – Word has been received in Pueblo from Sacramento, Calif., of the death of J. C. Hechler, which occurred in that city yesterday. Mr. Hechler was a former Roadmaster for the Rio Grande Railroad, having worked for them from 1895 to 1903. He was the uncle of D. C. Newman, proprietor of the Midland Hotel and is widely known in the railroad circles throughout the entire state. He has made Calif. his home for the past five years and is 73 years old. He is survived by a son and two daughters who live in Sacramento.

Heck, Van E.
Van E. Heck - Pueblo Chieftain - April 13, 2000 - Van E. Heck, 40, passed away April 10, 2000. Memorial service, 1 p.m. Friday at the Peacock Funeral Home. Interment, Holly Cemetery.

Heckman, Annie Mae
Annie Mae Heckman - Clarendon Enterprise - December 5, 2003 - Funeral services for Annie Mae Heckman, age 100, were held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, March 2, 2001, in the Robertson Chapel of Memories in Clarendon with June Douglas and Emmy Nelson, both of Borger, officiating. Burial was held in Citizens Cemetery in Clarendon under the direction of Robertson Funeral Directors, Inc., of Clarendon. Mrs. Heckman died Tuesday, February 27, 2001, in Claude. She was born October 22, 1900, in Wellington and was living on the JA Ranch in Armstrong County before moving to Clarendon in 1929. She married George Edward Heckman in 1920 in Armstrong County. He preceded her in death on March 2, 1956. She was a homemaker and was a non-denominational member. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Leola Gilmore, and two grandchildren, Richard Heckman and Debbie M. Heckman. Survivors include three sons, Ray Heckman of Claude, Lowell Heckman of Pampa, and Cecil Heckman of Walsenburg, Colorado; 15 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; and 17 great-great-grandchildren. The family suggests memorials be made to Citizens Cemetery Association, PO Box 669, Clarendon, Texas 79226-0669.

Heckman, Cecil
Cecil Heckman - Clarendon Enterprise – September 29, 2005 - Clarendon, TX - Cecil Heckman, age 84, of Walsenburg, Colorado, passed away September 12, 2005. He was born December 12, 1920, to George and Annie Heckman in Antelope Flat, Texas. He attended Clarendon schools and graduated in 1940. PFC Heckman served in the US Army Seventh Infantry Division in the Pacific during World War II from 1942-1945. He married Gertrude Naomi Williams on December 22, 1950. He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Leola Gillmore of Clarendon. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Kenton and Kim; a daughter, Betty Jo; eleven grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; two brothers, Lowell Heckman of Pampa and Ray Heckman of Claude. A graveside military flag presentation and interment were held Thursday, September 15, 2005, at Fort Lyon National Cemetery in Fort Lyon, Colorado.

Heckman, Gerhard F.
Gerhard F. Heckman - Pueblo Chieftain - January 21, 1998 - Gerhard F. Heckman, 93, of McClave, passed away Jan. 17, 1998. Services and interment will be held Saturday in Albuquerque, N.M. Visitation, 2 p.m. until 8 p.m. today at Peacock-Wood Chapel.

Hector, Charles (Mrs.)
Mrs. Charles Hector - Huerfano World - April 20, 1989 - This Week in La Veta History - 1901: Mrs. Charles Hector, 23, died of appendicitis. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Ellsworth, she had been married just three months. [Editor's Note: Hulda Hector died April 15, 1901. Obituary listed Walsenburg World, April 15, 1901, Page 4.]

Hector, Fred J.
Fred J. Hector - Pueblo Chieftain - February 17, 1986 - Fred J. Hector, La Veta, Feb. 16, 1986. Predeceased by son, Loran Hector, Dolores, on Feb. 9, 1986. Survived by wife, Loraine Hector; daughter, Vonna (Larry) Parsons, Alamosa; sisters, Marjorie Cox, Colorado Springs, Elizabeth (Ray) Williams, Canon City; two grandsons, one granddaughter, numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Tuesday at United Methodist Church of La Veta. Cremation to follow. Memorial service for Loran also will be included on Tuesday.

Hector, Henry A.
Henry A. "Harry" Hector - Huerfano World - December 23, 1993 - This Week in La Veta History 1916: Died, Henry A. "Harry" Hector who was born in England in 1874 and came to La Veta in 1889 with his family. Unmarried, he leaves six sisters and two brothers.

Hector, John C.
John C. Hector - Huerfano World - October 8, 1992 - This Week in La Veta History - 1910: Town Clerk and Recorder John C. Hector, 44, was killed in a hunting accident by Ed Rilley. He was born in England, moved to La Veta in 1888 and leaves three brothers and six sisters. [Editor's Note: Jack Hector died in October 1910. Obituary listed World Independent, October 8, 1910, Page 1 and Walsenburg World, October 13, 1910, Page 2.]

Hector, Lorraine E.
Loraine E. Hector - Pueblo Chieftain - December 22, 2001 - Loraine E. Hector, 87, La Veta, Dec. 21. Survived by daughter, Vonna Parsons, Weston. Memorial service, 2 pm Friday, Dec. 28, La Veta Methodist Church. Boies-Ortega Funeral Home, Walsenburg.

Hector, Lucy
Lucy Hector - Huerfano World - April 2, 1998 - Lucy Hector, 94, of La Veta, died Mar. 28, 1998 in Huerfano Medical Center. Born May 12, 1903 in Ages, KY, to Lloyd and Emily King Ball, she came to La Veta about 1946, however she traveled to Indiana and Kentucky for a while. Survivors include two sons, Lloyd Germano, Fort Wayne, IN, and Sam Germano, Decatur, IN; two daughters, Audrey McCarthy, Fremont, ID and Josephine Push-Karenko, Armstrong, British Columbia; a son-in-law, Freeman Bailey, La Veta; 14 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Funeral service was from Boies-Ortega Funeral Home. Burial was in Rest Haven Cemetery in Harlan, KY.

Hed, Bettie
Bettie Hed - Pueblo Indicator - January 23, 1937 - Mrs. Bettie Hed, 71, a resident of this city since 1891, passed away the 17th, inst., at the family home 1240 Jones avenue.

Hed, Keith Oscar
Keith Oscar Hed - Pueblo Chieftain - June 21, 2009 - Keith Oscar Hed was born on May 12, 1933, and departed on June 17, 2009. He is preceded in death by parents, Oscar and Ruth Hed; brother, Norman Hed; children, Loretta Hed and Keith Oscar "Buff" Hed II; in-laws, John and Lola Cozzetta, Tiny and Joanne Yates and Joe VanZandt. He is survived by his beautiful and loving wife, Sally; sister-in-law, Toni VanZandt; and children, Diane Fitzgerald (fiancι Larry Caffey), Donna Hed, LeeAnne Hed and Michael (Lisa) Hed; grandchildren, Josh and Brittany Hed, Matthew and Sarah Koncilja, Joseph Rico, Jesse and Keith Hed; and special nephew, Gary Parr. Keith led a very full and happy life. He graduated from Central High School in 1951. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy. Keith worked at the CF&I and retired after 42 years. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening and, most of all, his family, including his animals, Frisco and Jackson. He always had a huge smile from ear to ear and loved to make people laugh. He will greatly missed by all of his family and friends. Viewing, 2 to 4 p.m. today, and service, 1 p.m. Monday, June 22, 2009; both in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with Deacon Jacob Shafer officiating. The casket will remain closed at the service. Military honors by Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team and interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. After the interment: celebration of life, 3 to 5 p.m., Pueblo Elks Lodge, Fifth and Santa Fe.

Hed, Norman W.
Norman W. Hed - Pueblo Chieftain - May 27, 1987 - Norman W. Hed, born Feb. 18, 1931, late of 2324 Wyoming, passed away May 26, 1987. Mr. Hed is survived by his mother, Ruth Hed, of the family home; one brother, Keith (Sally) Hed; one sister, Jeanine (Jack) Yaklich; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Oscar A. Hed, July 30, 1969. Graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Mountain View Cemetery, with the Rev. Earl Hamilton officiating. The family may be contacted at 2324 Wyoming.

Hed, Sally Jean
Sally Jean Hed - Pueblo Chieftain - June 22, 2011 - Sally Jean Hed was born on April 14, 1933, and departed from this Earth on June 20, 2011. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Keith O. Hed; parents, John and Lola Cozzetta; in-laws, Oscar and Ruth Hed; sister, Toni and brother-in-law, Joe VanZandt; sister and brother-in-law, Joanne and Tiny Yates; children, Loretta Hed, Keith Oscar “Buff” Hed II; and brother-in-law, Norman Hed. She is survived by her children, Diane (Larry) Caffey, Donna Hed, LeeAnne Hed, Michael (Lisa) Hed; grandchildren, Josh and Brittany Hed, Matthew and Sarah Koncilja (Anthony Bowman), Joseph Rico and Jesse and Keith Hed. Sally led a very full life, graduating from Centennial High School in 1951, and working as a legal secretary until she changed professions and became a homemaker raising her children and grandchildren. She was an amazing wife, mother and grandmother, who enjoyed camping, fishing and hunting with her family. She will be greatly missed by all of her family and friends. Funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, June 24, 2011, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Interment in Mountain View Cemetery, with reception to follow.

Heddleston, James R.
James R. "Jim" Heddleston - Pueblo Chieftain - December 12, 1986 - James R. "Jim" Heddleston, formerly of Pueblo, passed away Dec. 10, 1986, at his home in Agra, Okla., after a long illness. He was born Jan. 3, 1940, in Sugar City but lived in Pueblo most of his life, moving to Oklahoma in 1978. He worked in the electrical department at CF&I. Preceded in death by father, James F. Heddleston, Nov. 21, 1984. He is survived by his wife, Gladys, of the family home; three sons; two daughters; two grandsons; mother, Anna Heddleston, Pueblo; sister, Anna Marie (Wilburn) Wheeler, Pueblo; and numerous nephews and nieces. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Church of the First Born, Perkins, Okla.

Hedgecock, Marie L.
Marie Hedgecock - Pueblo Chieftain - July 6, 1987 - Mrs. Marie L. Hedgecock, 76, late of 1312 Lakeview, passed away July 2, 1987, from a recent illness. She was born July 22, 1910, in Faxon, Okla. Preceded in death by her husband, Clifton T. Hedgecock; six brothers and a sister. Mrs. Hedgecock is survived by her brother, Lloyd (Betty) Cloer of Pueblo; and numerous nieces and nephews. Mrs. Hedgecock was a retired; psychiatric technician at the Colorado State Hospital. She was a member of the Broadway Christian Church. Service, 1 p.m. Monday, July 6, at Imperial Chapel with the Rev. Bruce Montgomery officiating. Entombment, Pieta Mausoleum, Imperial Memorial Gardens. The family respectfully requests the omission of food and may be contacted at the home of niece, Shari Ready, 16 Hadley Rill, 544-5983.

Hedges, C. R.
C. R. Hedges - Pueblo Chieftain - March 24, 1992 - Gravestones in Pueblo Yard Bear Hint of History, Mystery - Two tombstones in yard of house at Eighth and Greenwood may get double takes from passers-by, but don't mark graves. When John McBride takes his early morning walks Downtown, he's often impressed by the neighborhood detail he notices that he never sees from a car. None more so than the two grave markers behind the white frame house at Eighth and Greenwood in the heart of Pueblo. They stand side by side - a 4-foot-tall gray granite shaft and a foot-high tan sandstone square - almost obscured from sight by a bush. Whose headstones are they, he wondered. Where did they come from? Do they mark graves? The answers are both simple and impossible. Legends on both tell names and dates. The gray granite shaft was on the property when Duncan Henrikson bought the property several years ago from a Missouri man who had inherited it. The legend reads: C. R. Hedges; May 19, 1858; Feb. 4, 1903; Here lies a Woodman of the World. "It used to be sitting closer to the house, but I have no idea where it came from," Henrikson said. Neighborhood gossip suggests the actual grave is under the back porch of the house. No way, said Henrikson. There's a basement under the house. It is the small headstone that is heart-wrenching. And it is a treasure to the present occupant of the house, Nancy Ellen. She has owned the marker for a decade since she found it at one of the many antique and collectibles sales she attends. The tragedy is etched on three sides of the small tan headstone. Three children; three deaths in three months: Our Baby; Died Jan. 20, 1881; Age 7 Days. James Died; April 3, 1881; Age 8 Years. Albert A., son of A.C. and E.A. Randall; Died March 24, 1881; Age 6 Years. Historian Joanne Dodds said such markers were common in early days. "It was some contagious disease," she said. "You see it in the spring and in the winter. Winters were hard and strength was down." It's easy to understand why people were terrified of contagious diseases such as small pox, she said. "It wiped out families, especially children. Ms. Ellen has no idea where the children's gravestone originated. "I always supposed it was from somewhere around here, but I just don't know," she said.

Hedges, Dolores T.
Dolores T. Hedges - Pueblo Chieftain - April 03, 1999 - Dolores T. Hedges, 70, beloved wife of Francis "Ted" Hedges, passed away on April 1, 1999. At her request, cremation with no services. Imperial Crematory.

Hedges, Francis L.
Francis “Ted” L. Hedges - Pueblo Chieftain - September 23, 2010 - Francis “Ted” L. Hedges, 85, passed away Sept. 19, 2010. He was preceded in death by his wife Dolores; sisters, Helen Cox, Myra Bryant and Carolyn Dionisio. Ted is survived by his sisters, Shirley (Con) Seay of Fairbanks, Alaska, and Joan (Ed) Bauer of Glen Burnie, Md.; nieces, Dorothy Heptig, Linda Warner, Carol Greenwood and Joan (Terry) Desalvo, all of Pueblo. He also is survived by numerous nieces and nephews throughout the country. Ted was a Navy veteran of WWII, serving on the USS Burns. He retired from the Colorado State Hospital in 1979 and volunteered at the Pueblo Chamber of Commerce for 20 years. He enjoyed raising and selling organic produce and was a model train enthusiast. He was a member of the Masonic Silver State Lodge No. 95 and American Legion Post No. 2. Ted was an avid dog lover, adopting many strays and he enjoyed watching the Broncos. He had numerous neighborhood friends as well as his friends at his credit union and the Chamber of Commerce who were helpful and treated him like family. Ted was a well loved, opinionated man and will be sadly missed. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Monday, Imperial Funeral Home. Inurnment, Imperial Memorial Gardens with military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.

Hedges, George M.
George M. Hedges - Pueblo Chieftain - August 27, 2005 - George M Hedges, age 82, passed away August 18, 2005, in Colorado Springs. He was a WWII veteran and served in the Army Reserves. He was the owner of George M Hedges Photography & Printing. Mr. Hedges was preceded in death by his wife, Patricia (Walter); his brother, William; and his parents, George & Daisy (Seevers) Hedges. Mr. Hedges is survived by his daughters and families, Carolyn Singer of Los Angeles; Susan Hedges of Los Angeles; Tina Danahy of Fremont, Neb.; Judy Haller of Colorado Springs; Barbara Hedges of Colorado Springs and eight grandchildren. Memorial Services will be held in Denver at Fort Logan National Cemetery on August 30, 2005, at 11am. Memorial contributions may be made in George's memory to Silver Key.

Hedges, John
John Hedges - Pueblo Chieftain - May 20, 1987 - John Hedges, 17, died Sunday, May 17, as a result of an accidental gunshot wound. Born Jan. 12, 1970, in Pueblo, to Peggy Jo Tennison Hedges and James Edwin Hedges III. John was a sophomore at Trinidad High School. Member of THS Band, JV wrestling team and football team. Preceded in death by grandfather, James Hedges II, in 1979. Survived by parents, James and Peggy Jo Hedges, sister, Amy Jo Hedges, brother, Jimmy Hedges, all of Trinidad; grandmothers, Mrs. Jo Cranford, Pueblo, and Amy Hedges, Trinidad; grandfather, John Tennison, Trinidad; great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hayden, Trinidad; great-grandmother, Dorothy Spencer Lopez, Texas; numerous other relatives and friends. Service will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday, May 21, Campbell-Lewis-Cotter and Sons Funeral Home with Delbert Hedges officiating, followed by interment in the Masonic Cemetery.

Hedges, Karl Gene
Karl Gene Hedges - Pueblo Chieftain - October 12, 2001 - Karl Gene Hedges, 47, lost his battle with diabetes on Oct. 8, 2001. Preceded in death by his father, Carl Hedges. Survived by his mother, Eileen; stepfather, Wayne Jensen; sister, Karen (Lester) Metzger; nieces and nephews, Jason, Jered, Joseph, Jacob and Candis Baxter and Brianna and Cody Hankla; best friend, Robert Aragon; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins also survive. Karl was a member of St. Paul United Methodist Church. He worked at B.F. Walker Trucking Company. Karl graduated from East High School in 1972. He was an avid reader, musician and sculptor. Visitation, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Friday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 1616 Duke St., Alexandria, VA 22314, in his memory.

Hedges, Leatrice Ann
Leatrice Ann (Shackelford) Hedges - Colorado Springs Gazette - October 17, 2006 - Leatrice Ann (Shackelford) Hedges, 79, passed away October 14, 2006, at home surrounded by her family. Born and raised in Garden City, Kansas, she married Robert William Hedges in 1957 and moved to Pueblo, Colorado. She is survived by four children and eight grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be 1:00 p.m. October 19, 2006 at Rocky Mountain Calvary Chapel, 4285 N. Academy Blvd. in Colorado Springs. Donations can be made in her name to Flatirons Baptist Church 5475 S. Boulder Road, Boulder, CO. 80303. Her faith was deep, she was much loved, and her life was well-lived. She will be missed greatly.

Hedges, William Seevers
William Seevers Hedges - Pueblo Chieftain - January 09, 2004 - William Seevers Hedges, 78. A loving father and grandfather passed away Jan. 6, 2004 at Little Company of Mary Hospital in Torrance, Calif. of prostate cancer and heart failure. Bill was born Sept. 3, 1925 in Garden City, Kan. He grew up in Pueblo, Colo. He graduated from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y. His extended 37 year career as Flutist began when he was hired by Antal Dorati of the Minneapolis Symphony. The flute section of the Minneapolis Symphony was reviewed repeatedly by the New York Times in their concerts in Carnegie Hall praising the "silvery tones.” One of our fondest memories is of the summer Park Concerts when Emil Niosi and Bill stood up for the piccolo solo in "Stars and Stripes Forever.” He spent his summers playing the flute in the Central City Opera in Colo. He retired to his little house on the prairie in Pueblo West Colo. His heart never left the beauty of the Rocky Mountains of Colo. He is survived by his brother, George, three daughters, Mary, Barbara, Jane, five grandchildren, David, Sarah, Kevin, Jennifer, Daniel, and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. Private Memorial Service will be held on Greenhorn Mountain in Colo. this summer. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the National Wildlife Federation or the Zoological Society of San Diego. Bill loved the efforts of these two organizations in the conservation and protection of wildlife & endangered animals.....

Hedglin, Brian Joseph
Brian Joseph Hedglin - Pueblo Chieftain - July 17, 2012 - Colorado murder suspect tried to steal plane - Salt Lake City - A SkyWest Airlines employee wanted in a Colorado murder attempted to steal a passenger plane from a small southern Utah airport then shot himself in the head after crashing the aircraft in a nearby parking lot, officials said Tuesday. Brian Hedglin, 40, scaled a razor wire fence at the St. George Municipal Airport early Tuesday then boarded the 50-passenger SkyWest jet while the airport was closed, St. George city spokesman Marc Mortenson said. Mortenson said the man used a rug to scale the airport's security fence in the middle of the night, drove the plane past a terminal building, clipping the wing, then crashed into cars in an airport parking lot. The plane never left the ground. A police officer making rounds found the plane idling, boarded it and found Hedglin dead with a gunshot wound to his head, Mortenson said. Hedglin was wanted in connection with the death of Christina Cornejo, 39, in Colorado Springs. Her body was found Friday by police doing a welfare check at the request of her family. Her death has been ruled a homicide. The Gazette of Colorado Springs, citing court records, reported that Hedglin dated Cornejo for four years and was arrested in March after police say he had been harassing her. The newspaper said he was free on $10,000 bond when Cornejo was found dead. The Utah airport remained closed to commercial traffic as the FBI and the Transportation Security Administration investigated the incident. Skywest officials said there were no passengers aboard the CRJ200 and the plane was not in service at the time. In a statement, the airline would say only that the incident involved one of its employees who had been on administrative leave. A dozen flights leave or arrive at the St. George airport each weekday, according to the airport's website. Most run between southern Utah and Salt Lake City, with two flights connecting St. George and Los Angeles. Skywest said its passengers are having their itineraries rearranged. The CRJ200 made by Bombardier is capable of flying up to 534 mph with a range of 1,700 miles. Normally it has a two-person flight crew and a single flight attendant. Salt Lake Tribune - July 18, 2012 - SkyWest pilot kills self after trying to steal plane at St. George airport - A SkyWest pilot wanted in connection with the murder of his former girlfriend in Colorado attempted to steal an unoccupied SkyWest airplane from the St. George Airport early Tuesday then committed suicide, officials reported Tuesday. Brian Joseph Hedglin, 40, died inside the Canadair Regional Jet 200 after shooting himself, said St. George City spokesman Marc Mortensen. SkyWest spokeswoman Marissa Snow confirmed Hedglin, of Colorado Springs, Colo., had been a pilot for the airline since 2005. "He gained unauthorized access to the aircraft," Snow said, but added they don't know how. Mortensen said a St. George police officer was near the airport just before 1 a.m. doing a regular perimeter fence check when he discovered a motorcycle parked on the southeast side of the airport, the engine still warm. Mortensen said it appears Hedglin parked the motorcycle, then threw a rug over a razor-wire fence and used leather gloves to scale it. Once inside the fence, Hedglin got inside a regional jet, and started the engine. Hedglin backed the aircraft away from the jet bridge, Mortensen said, then began to pull forward. The jet's left wing hit the jet bridge, and when Hedglin turned to head east, he scraped the same wing along the terminal building. Mortensen said the man then drove the jet through a security fence and over some landscaping before finally stopping after hitting multiple cars in the public parking lot. "At that point in time, the officer was coming up over the hill, and noticed the aircraft in the parking lot," Mortensen said. "He called SkyWest and notified them." The jet engines were still running when the officer approached the plane, St. George police officials said. SkyWest officials opened the plane, Mortensen said, and police officers discovered Hedglin had killed himself in the aisle of the passenger area of the plane. Mortensen said that the whole episode took no more than 10 minutes, according to video footage from airport surveillance cameras. He said an onboard voice recording device may reveal details of what happened while Hedglin was inside the plane. Colorado Springs police had been searching for Hedglin since 7 a.m. Friday, when they found the body of 39-year-old Christina Cornejo, who had been stabbed to death at Hedglin's home, according to a police news release. Police said they immediately identified Hedglin - the woman's former boyfriend - as their suspect. A no-bail warrant for Hedglin's arrest - on suspicion of Class 1 felony murder - was issued Friday. On March 10, Hedglin was charged with misdemeanor counts of criminal mischief, harassment and theft, according to El Paso County court records. He pleaded guilty to the harassment charge, but was released on $10,000 bond the next day. According to the Colorado Springs Gazette, Cornejo told police in March that Hedglin invaded her apartment, took some things he had given to her and smashed a computer. Hedglin and Cornejo had been dating each other for four years when Hedglin was arrested. Hedglin was scheduled for trial in August. Meanwhile, a judge issued a restraining order prohibiting him from contacting Cornejo, according to the Gazette. Officers went to Hedglin's home on Friday, following a call from a concerned family member. A coroner ruled the woman's death from "multiple stab wounds" was a homicide, police said. Colorado Springs detectives contacted SkyWest on Friday and had them deactivate Hedglin's access cards in the event he showed up at a company facility. SkyWest officials also put Hedglin on leave. SkyWest officials confirmed they were cooperating with the FBI's investigation of the incident. "Today's events are extremely regrettable and we are working closely with authorities and airport officials," said Snow. FBI spokeswoman Deborah Bertram said they are assisting St. George police and the Transportation Security Administration, but won't play a large role in the investigation because the suspect is dead. A news release from the Colorado National Guard confirmed that Hedglin was a Food Service Specialist with the Guard, who had no other specialized training and had not been deployed for combat. Hedglin probably knew the door code or some other means of accessing the jetway leading to the airplane, said Dave Funk, a retired Northwest Airlines pilot who works as an aviation security consultant for Laird & Associates. Once aboard, Hedglin would know the complicated process required to start the engines. Funk gave credit to the police officers who realized there was a problem and moved to stop Hedglin. "Although the [security] system doesn't sound perfect, it worked as it did," Funk said.

Hedrick, Albert Roy
Albert Roy Hedrick - Pueblo Chieftain - January 15, 2011 - Albert Roy Hedrick, went home to be with the Lord on Jan. 13, 2011. Known to family and friends as Roy. He was born in Caldwell, Kan. on Oct. 27, 1916. Roy was predeceased by his parents, Cora Ethel and Willard Hedrick; his sister, Louise Talbott Cushman; and his son-in-law, Ron Betz. He is survived by Merry Elizabeth, his loving and devoted wife of 69 years. Roy also leaves behind his children, Chuck (Kathy) Hedrick, Ron (Becky) Hedrick, Ken (Michele) Hedrick and Kay (Steve) Foute; ten grandchildren, Anne (Chris) Warren, Scott (Windi) Hedrick, Tad Hedrick, Tracy (Steven) Thompson, Derek, Andrew, Mark and Maggie Hedrick, Christopher and Meghan Betz; eight great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Graduating from Pueblo Central High School in 1935, Roy was a building contractor for over 30 years. He loved to be with family, and in his spare time enjoyed golfing, fishing, camping, and traveling. He and Merry traveled extensively throughout North America and Europe. Thanks to Roy, his children and grandchildren share his love of camping, fishing, and hiking in the mountains. He will be remembered for his hard work ethic, fairness, quick wit, and sense of humor. The family would like to thank the staff of Life Care Center of Pueblo and Dr. Jim Stjernholm for the loving care that they provided Roy during his last few years. Special thanks to Trinidad, Tawney and Margaret at Life Care. There will be no viewing. Private interment followed by a memorial service, 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 17, 2011, at Family Worship Center, 3800 Parker Blvd., with Pastor Dave Smith officiating.

Hedrick, Myrtle A.
Myrtle A. Hedrick - Pueblo Chieftain - February 19, 1986 - Mrs. Myrtle A. Hedrick passed away Feb. 17, 1986. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Feb. 20, at the T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home Rose Chapel with the Rev. Charles Whitmer officiating. Burial will be at Mountain View Cemetery. Visitation to begin after 2 p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Hedrick was a longtime resident of Pueblo and resided at the Oasis Mobile Home Court, 2221 South Prairie, and the Mineral Palace Towers, 1414 N. Santa Fe, but in recent months was a resident of the Highland Park Nursing Home. Mrs. Hedrick was born in Buncombe County, N.C., on Sept. 28, 1898, the daughter of William Nathan Queen and Mary Lucinda Burnett, who moved the family to near St. Joseph, Mo., soon afterward. She was married to Claude A. Hedrick on Nov. 10, 1934, in St. Joseph, Mo., and moved to Pueblo in 1939. Mr. Hedrick, a longtime employee of CF&I before retiring, died in 1972. Mrs. Hedrick is survived by one sister, Mrs. Elsie Carl, Lomita, Calif., and numerous nieces and nephews including Lee Lamar, Overland Park, Kan., who has served as her trustee. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by two brothers and three sisters. Mrs. Hedrick had been an employee of the Colorado State Hospital. She was a member of the Central Christian Church.

Heemer, Dean
Dean Heemer - Pueblo Chieftain - May 01, 2005 - Dean Heemer, 72, born Nov. 24, 1932, in Butler, Pa., passed away April 28, 2005. Survived by his wife of nearly 25 years, Lillian Amore Heemer; brothers, Floyd Heemer and Norman (Martha) Heemer; sister, Lois Geibel; and friend and companion, Buffy his dog. Preceded in death by his parents, O.D. Heemer and Alice Shakely Heemer; brothers, Charles, Arthur and Franklin Heemer; and sister, Berneda (Dot) Crum. Dean served in the U.S. Occupational Army in Germany. Dean was a member of Moose Lodge No. 19 and Carpenter's Local 515. Viewing, 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, at the funeral home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Monday, George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made to a charity of your choice in Dean's memory.

Heeren, Blanche
Blanche Heeren - Pueblo Chieftain - January 22, 2010 - Blanche Heeren, 91, passed away Jan. 20, 2010. Visitation, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Imperial Funeral Home, followed by graveside service at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Heeren, Helen
Helen Heeren - Pueblo Chieftain - June 25, 1986 - Helen Heeren, late of 911 E. 13th, passed away June 24, 1986. Mrs. Heeren was a member of the Tabor Lutheran Church. She is survived by one son, Benny A. (Blanche) Heeren of Pueblo; and two grandchildren, Douglas Ray Heeren Jr., and Valissitie Christina Heeren. Mrs. Heeren was preceded in death by her husband, Albert Heeren in 1959, and by a grandson, Douglas Ray Heeren in 1978. The funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in the Adrian Comer Garden Chapel with the Rev. Ronald D. Nelson of the Tabor Lutheran Church officiating. Interment will be in, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Heeren, Henry A.
Henry A. Heeren - Pueblo Chieftain - February 18, 1998 - Henry A. Heeren, of Pueblo, passed away Feb. 16, 1998. Survived by his wife, Ruth Ann Heeren. Graveside services, 11 a.m. Thursday, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Heeren, Ruth A.
Ruth A. Heeren - Pueblo Chieftain - March 06, 2002 - Age 80, born Nov. 10, 1921, in Missouri, passed away March 2, 2002. Preceded in death by her loving husband, Henry Heeren; three sisters and two brothers. Survived by her siblings, Mabel Garcia, Eva Jaymes and Ivan Baker. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Thursday, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Hefley, William
William Hefley – Pueblo Chieftain – December 26, 1918 – Nephew of Puebloan – William Hefley of Hotchkiss, Colorado, mentioned in yesterday's casualty list as having been wounded is a nephew of Mrs. W. W. Walter, 807 E. 6th St.

Hefley, William Arthur
William Arthur Hefley - Pueblo Chieftain - March 16, 1986 - William Arthur Hefley, 93, died in Pueblo, March 13, 1986. Service will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Ustick-Donelson Funeral Home. Burial in Hillcrest Cemetery, Rocky Ford.

Heflin, Jacqueline Anne
Jacqueline Anne Heflin - Daily Press - June 29, 2005 - Jacqueline Anne Heflin, 70, was called home May 25, 2005. She is preceded in death by her parents, Earline Scatcherd and Charles Hilderley; her uncle, Elgin “Bud” Moynes and her daughter-in-law, Lynn Christensen. Born in Bowmanville, Canada, she is survived by her husband, Dale of Apple Valley; sister, Patricia Stephens of Hesperia; aunt, Gwelda Dornath of Mesa, Ariz.; children, Michael Christensen and his wife, Crystal, of British Columbia, Cathee Schlager and her husband, Eric, of Sacramento, Tony Christensen and Chuck Christensen of Lakewood, Colo., Lee Anne Webb and her husband, Kim, of Walsenburg, Colo., Stacy Reyez and her husband, Patrick, of Apple Valley, Oscar Reyez and his wife, Gwen, Nina Reyez and Michelle Wright, all of Hesperia; 25 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. She worked for Bell of Canada and the Globe & Mail newspaper in Toronto, Canada, before teaming with her husband working in hotel management then retiring in 1996. Special thanks: St. Mary Medical Center, Victor Valley Hospital, LLUMC, Dr. Mohinder Ahluwalia, Dr. Thomas Elder, Dr. Nicholas Crismali, and Joanna Richard of the VNA in Victorville. No services will be held. She is inurned at Riverside National Cemetery.

Hefner, William
William "Bud" Hefner - Tulsa World - September 12, 1994 - Tulsa, Oklahoma - Lawmaker's Father, 71, Dead - William "Bud" Hefner, the father of state Rep. Jerry Hefner of Wagoner, died Saturday at the Oklahoma Veterans Center in Claremore. He was 71. Services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Tuesday at Shipman Funeral Home Chapel in Wagoner. Burial will follow at the Elmwood Cemetery. Hefner was born in Muskogee. He married Ethel (Taff) Hefner on Dec. 8, 1945. While in the Army during World War II, he served in Italy and was awarded the Purple Heart. Hefner owned and operated a radiator shop and Hefner Block Plant in Wagoner. He taught Sunday school for many years and was the Sunday school superintendent at Immanuel Baptist Church in Wagoner. Survivors include his wife, Ethel Hefner, of the home; three sons, Jerry Hefner, Chris Hefner and Keith Hefner, all of Wagoner; two daughters, Marilyn Hefner of Wagoner and Marsha Sights of Tulsa; two brothers, James and Eddie Hefner, both of Wagoner; four sisters, Pauline Wilson Prochazka of Walsenburg, Colo., Millie Metts McNeill of Louisville, Miss., Bea Spence Perry of Wagoner and Dorothy Foster of Coweta; and three grandchildren.

Hefty, Tayler Valentine
Tayler Valentine Hefty - Pueblo Chieftain - February 6, 2011 - Tayler Valentine Hefty, 13, entered our lives on Jan. 30, 1998, and went to be with the Lord on Feb. 4, 2011. He is survived by his parents, Jamie (Kris) Gott and Damion (Jessica) Hefty; sisters and brothers, Kelley Nesbitt, Preston Hefty and Bailey and Kristopher Gott; grandparents, Frank and Rochelle Stringer, Cherie Newton, Richard Hefty II, Michael and Lyn Gott, and Harold and Kathleen Tomlin; great-grandparents, Michael and Kathleen Cozzolino, Jeanette Stringer, Velma Winch, Olive Tomlin and Ann Smith; aunts and uncles, Tony Cozzolino, Shelley (Mark) Montee, Richard (Colette) Hefty, Eric Hefty, Melanie (JD) Marvin, Gennifer Wolf, Alice Tomlin, Rebecca Tomlin; and favorite aunt, "Aunty Morgan" Stringer; great-aunt, Katie (Danny) Cozzolino and numerous other relatives and friends. Tayler was soft spoken but a great jokester. He loved cooking, track, football and soccer. He was a great student, and most of all a wonderful son. Viewing, 2 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2011, George McCarthy Funeral Home. Service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2011, Temple Baptist Church. The family requests that everyone wear blue in Tayler's honor. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in Tayler's memory to Goodnight School, through George McCarthy Funeral Home. Arrangements under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hegazy, Ashley
Ashley Hegazy - Pueblo Chieftain - November 5, 2006 - Ashley Hegazy, 21. Graveside service, 2 p.m. Monday, Mountain View Cemetery.

Hegler, Amy
Amy Hegler - Walsenburg World – December 24, 1928 - Amy Hegler, five months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hegler, died December 23 and will be buried today at the Masonic cemetery.

Hegler, Conrad H.
Conrad H. Hegler - Pueblo Chieftain - June 5, 1977 - Conrad H. Hegler, of 320 Newman, June 4, 1977. Husband of Mrs. Stephanie Hegler. Father of Mrs. Shirley Ruggieri and Conrad E. Hegler, both of Pueblo, and Miss Patricia A. Hegler of the family home. Brother of Mrs. Mildred Glass and Bernard Hegler, Pueblo, and John and Frank, Denver. Grandfather of Mrs. Debbie Perking, Jeff, Sharon, Jim, Mike and Miss Deanna Ruggieri, all of Pueblo. Survived also by his great-grandchildren, Michael Ruggieri and Miss Jennifer Perkins, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. A member of the Shrine of St. Therese Parish. Mr. Hegler was a self-employed contractor. Services, Shrine of St. Therese Church. Mass of Christian Burial 7:30 p.m. Monday and Rosary recitation 9 a.m. Tuesday. Interment, Roselawn. Please omit food.

Hegler, Fred A.
Fred A. Hegler - Pueblo Chieftain - June 22, 2000 - Fred A. Hegler, age 94, passed away June 19, 2000. He was born and raised in Pueblo and served 20 years as a police officer, retiring with a disability. Mr. Hegler is survived by his loving wife of 73 years, Mary Hegler, of the family home; and his children, Fred W. (Betty Rae) Hegler, Pueblo, and Jean Kraft, Hamilton, Ohio. Also survived by brother, Ray E. (Ann) Hegler, Pueblo; nine grandchildren; and numerous great and great-great-grandchildren. Predeceased by his parents, Frank and Mary Hegler; and seven brothers and sisters. Rosary, Thursday, 7 p.m., and funeral Mass, Friday, 10 a.m., Shrine of St. Therese. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery.

Hegler, Fred William
Fred William Hegler - Pueblo Chieftain - November 24, 2013 - Fred William Hegler , 86, passed away Nov. 21, 2013. Affectionally known as “Hammer” to his many friends, Fred is survived by his beloved wife of 60 years, Betty Rae; five children, Larry (Mary Ann) Hegler, Rod (Karen) Hegler, Peggy Hegler, Kathy (Jim) Howes, Gina (Scott) Orf; 13 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; sister, Jean Kraft; and aunt, Irene Schade. Preceded in death by parents, Fred and Mary Hegler; and brother-in-law, Gordon. Fred served in the Army Air Corp during World War II. He owned and operated Fred's Paint, Waste Paper and Trash Barrel for many years. Friends and family will remember Fred, not just for his work ethic, but for his sense of humor and love of family. Fred and his wife were avid skaters for several years and Fred also enjoyed bowling and golfing with the “guys.” Although he has passed on, Fred will live on in everyone that he touched in his life. In lieu of flowers, family requests donations be made to Southern Colorado Polka Club or charity of your choice. A celebration of Fred's life, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26, at Imperial Funeral Home, 5450 W. Highway 78. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Hegler, Joseph Jr.
Joseph Hegler Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - November 01, 1998 - Joseph Hegler Jr., 81, passed away Oct. 29, 1998. Survived by his brothers, William Hegler and Ray (Babe) Hegler- sister, Edith Dingman- special family members, George (Shannon) Weldon and Peggy (Jeff) Vider- and numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Jennie Hegler- and brothers, Eddie, Albert, Andy and Charlie Hegler. Mr. Hegler was employed at CF&I for 42 years. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Monday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens, with military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team. Viewing, noon until 5 p.m. today.

Hegler, Margaret
Margaret "Babe" Hegler - Pueblo Chieftain - December 29, 2000 - Margaret "Babe" Hegler, 72, went to be with the Lord on Dec. 27, 2000. Survived by her husband of 54 years, Raymond Hegler; children, Carol (Chuck) Bevsek, Cathy (Corky) Nibert, Raye Ann Herman, Raymond Michael (Vicki) Hegler; grandchildren, Jeremy (Cheryl), Tara, Ember, Brittany, Dylan, K.C., Anna Liece; brother, Mike (Josephine) Lisac; all her numerous family and friends who knew her, loved her. She was a member of the Pueblo Aerie No. 145 Ladies Auxiliary, and worked at the Dana Corporation, Crews Beggs, and C.C. Anderson. Babe loved playing bingo and she loved to take trips to Las Vegas, mostly to see all the Elvis Presley memorabilia. She also loved to crochet. She enjoyed all kinds of crafts and craft shows. Her latest venture was making all her grandkids quilts. She was the very best wife, mother, and best friend. Viewing, Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Rosary Friday, 7 p.m., with reception to follow at the church hall. Funeral Mass Saturday, 2 p.m., both services at Holy Family Church. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens, with reception to follow at the church hall.

Hegler, Mary C.
Mary C. Hegler - Pueblo Chieftain - January 30, 2001 - Passed away on Jan. 29, 2001. She was born on Feb. 6, 1910, in Pueblo to Frank and Mary Stasko. Mrs. Hegler is survived by children, Fred W. (Betty) Hegler of Pueblo, and Jean Kraft of Hamilton, Ohio; as well as nine grandchildren and numerous great- and great-great-grandchildren. Her sister, Irene Schade of California, also survives. Family members who preceded her in death are her husband, Fred A. Hegler, on June 19, 2000; one brother, one sister and her parents. Mary was a member of the Shrine of St. Therese where services will be held. Visitation, Tuesday from 2 to 7 p.m. at George McCarthy Funeral Home. Funeral Mass Wednesday, 10 a.m., followed by interment, Roselawn Cemetery.

Hegler, Raymond
Raymond Hegler - Pueblo Chieftain - December 25, 2006 - Raymond Hegler, 85, passed away Dec. 23, 2006. He is preceded in death by his loving wife, Babe Hegler; parents and brothers. He is survived by his children, Carol (Chuck) Bevsek, Cathy (Corky) Nibert, RayeAnn (Tom) Pool, Mike (Vicki) Hegler; grandchildren, Jeremy (Cheryl) Herman, Tara (Brandon) Bussey, Ember Hegler, Brittany Flinchum, Dylan Hegler, Kasey Hegler; great-grandchildren, Anna Liece Herman and his little Maddie girl; brother, Bill Hegler; and sister Edith Dingman. Ray was a World War II veteran in the Ground Troop Pacific Campaign and retired from CF& I after 42 years in the Rail Mill. He loved football and all sports, and especially his grandchildren. Viewing, 2 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, at the funeral home, with rosary to follow at 7 p.m. Mass, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Holy Family Parish. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens, with military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.

Hegler, Raymond E.
Raymond E. Hegler - Pueblo Chieftain - January 23, 2005 - Raymond E. Hegler, 86, passed away Jan. 20, 2005. Survived by his loving wife of 19 years, Anna Hegler; his children, Alan Hegler, David (Cathie) Hegler, Gail Hegler; grandchildren, Melissa Merrill, Michael Hegler; his stepchildren, Marge (Jim) Penrod, Janice (Larry) Crump, John (Marcella) Mravich; grandchild, Becky Penrod; special niece, Pepper (Bill) Rhinehart. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Mary Hegler; first wife, Jean Townley; brothers and sisters, Pauline, Herman, Frank, Fred, Theodore, Wilma, Anna and Isabelle. Ray was the owner and operator of Hegler Swimming Pool. He raised fish at the Hegler Trout Farm. Ray was a member of the Eagles, NRA, Carpenters Union, Fin and Feather Club. He also loved to dance, have fun and was a kind and loving person. Viewing, 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Imperial Funeral Home. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Monday, St. Francis Xavier Church. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of food and flowers, contributions may be made to the charity of choice in his memory.

Hegler, Raymond Michael
Raymond Michael Hegler - Pueblo Chieftain - December 16, 2013 - Raymond Michael Hegler, 55. Viewing prior to service. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Romero Chapel. Cremation to follow. Relatives and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following service.

Hegler, Rose
Rose Hegler – Pueblo Chieftain – July 19, 1960 – Mrs. Rose Hegler.  Requiem High Mass will be today, 9 a.m. at the Shrine of St. Therese.  Interment Gate of Heaven.

Hegler, Stephie F.
Stephie F. Hegler - Pueblo Chieftain - June 02, 1999 - Stephie F. Hegler, born July 14, 1912, went home to be with our Lord on June1, 1999. Preceded in death by her husband, Conrad Hegler- and four sisters. Survived by children, Shirley Ruggieri, Conrad (Bonnie) Hegler- and daughter, Patricia Hegler, all of Pueblo. Also survived by six grandchildren- four great-grandchildren- brother, Albert (Mary) Jersin- and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass will be held Thursday, 10 a.m., at the Shrine of St. Therese, followed by interment at Roselawn Cemetery. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice, or Our Lady of the Meadows Building Fund through the funeral home office.

Hegler, William Charles Sr.
William Charles Hegler Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - June 1, 2011 - William Charles Hegler Sr., 84, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord May 29, 2011. He was born Nov. 8, 1926, in Del Carbon, Colo. He is survived by his children, Mary (Steve) White, Theresa Kosak, Rose (Pat) Laughlin, Sandra (Todd) Markus and William Hegler Jr.; grandchildren, Elisha Kosak, Brian and Stephanie White, Corey and Kelsey Laughlin, John Madrid Jr. and Jeremiah Madrid-Markus. He also is survived by his sister, Edith Dingman; and numerous nieces, nephews and other family. William was preceded in death by his parents, Jenny and Joseph Hegler Sr.; brothers, Joe Hegler, Ed Hegler, Ray Hegler, Charlie Hegler, Andrew “Andy” Hegler and Albert Hegler; and his granddaughter, Nicole Kosak. William served in the U.S. Navy as a fireman during WWII and the Korean War. He later worked as a truck driver at Fountain Sand and the Star-Journal. He was an extremely hard worker, and often worked three jobs to support his family. William was an avid card player, he loved cars and sports. Visitation, 4 to 7 p.m. today, Imperial Funeral Home with funeral Mass, 2 p.m. Thursday, St. Mary Catholic Church; entombment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Hegushi, Vasabura
Vasabura Hegushi - Huerfano World - April 29, 1993 - This Week in Walsenburg History - 1904: A Japanese miner named Vasabura Hegushi, 32, was killed by a fall of rock in the Walsen mine. [Editor's Note: Vasabura Hegushi died April 23, 1904. Obituary listed Walsenburg World, April 26, 1904, Page 1.]

Heguy, Estevan Addonias
Estevan (Steve) Addonias Heguy - Trinidad Times Independent - January 28, 2010 - Estevan (Steve) Addonias Heguy passed away unexpectedly on Jan. 24, 2010. He was born October 30, 1942, in Tobe, Colo. He is preceded in death by his parents, Bernardo Heguy and Juanita Mary Roybal. He is survived by his loving wife, Phyllis Heguy and step-children, family and many friends and loved ones. Private services and inurnment will be held at a later date.

Heid, Lucille
Lucille Heid - Pueblo Chieftain - June 29, 1999 - Lucille Heid, 78, died June 27, 1999, at University Park Care Center in Pueblo. She was born Aug. 3, 1920, in Kirtland, N. M., to Guy Neill and Hazel Gierhart. She was an elementary school teacher and a lifelong member of Kirkwood Presbyterian Church. Penrose. Lucille was a teacher for 32 years in Florence School District RE2J. In 1946 she married Lawrence Heid. Preceded in death by husband and a brother, Thomas Neill. Survived by children, Anne (David) Kouba, Larry (Jimmy) Heid and Dennis (Stacey) Heid; sister, Elizabeth Doertenbach; sister-in-law, Charlotte Shea; three grandchildren, Shere Irvine, Matt (Heather) Kouba and Mitch Kouba. Funeral, 10:30 a.m. today. Kirkwood Memorial Presbyterian Church in Penrose with Rev. Dave Briebach and Rev. Harold Tuttle officiating. Burial, Beaver Park Cemetery, Penrose. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Lucille's memory to Kirkwood Memorial Presbyterian Church of Penrose or the Lake Avenue Baptist Church of Pueblo. Family welcome at Larry and Jimmy Heid's home at 435 Golden Circle, Penrose, after the service.

Heide, Rosetta Joy
Rosetta Joy Heide - Pueblo Chieftain - November 15, 1986 - Rosetta Joy Heide, born Feb. 13, 1897, died Nov. 13, 1986. Married William James Poulsom in 1916; he died in 1930. Married Roy J. Heide in 1953; he died in 1980. Preceded in death by son, Richard Poulsom. Survived by children, Ruth (Leland) Syring, Las Animas; Donald (Ruth) Poulsom, Pueblo; Margery Hood, Las Lunas, N.M. Also survived by daughter-in-law, Barbara Poulsom, Pueblo; stepchildren, Florence Weddingfild, Colorado Springs, Howard (Betty) Heide, Aurora, Neldalena (Smitty) Smith, Sandy, Ore., Kenneth (Lavona) Heide, Alamosa; grandchildren, great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. Service, 1:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17, Ustick-Donelson Funeral Home, Rocky Ford, Pastor David O. Ferguson, First United Methodist Church officiating. Memorial to Hospice Program of Albuquerque, N.M. Family will be at 602 S. 12th, Rocky Ford.

Heidegger, Edward George Sr.
Edward George Heidegger Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - February 16, 1999 - Edward George Heidegger Sr., passed away Feb. 14, 1999. Born April 30, 1916, Chicago, Ill., to Oscar and Avy Heidegger. He married Eleanor Carney Aug. 21, 1937. Preceded in death by both parents- brother, Oscar Heidegger- and sister, Minnie Williams. Survived by his loving wife, Eleanor- sons, Edward Jr. and David Heidegger- daughter, Carol (Gary) Dawson, Salt Lake City, Utah- sister, Ruby Loomis, Chicago- grandchildren, Karri Nubine, Missouri, Kimberly (Kevin) Kelmers, Houston, Christopher Dawson, Jacksonville, Fla. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. He was employed at Inland Steel, East Chicago, Ill., for seven years and Colorado Fuel and Iron for 31 years before retiring to run the Sage Brush Motel in Silver Cliff, Colo., which they owned and operated. They were world travelers for several years and were members of the Jolly Sams & Railroaders R.V. Travel Clubs. He enjoyed golf and was a member of the Pueblo West and City Park golf clubs. He had been a member of the Forresters and Eagles lodges. He was a member of Faith United Methodist Church. Cremation at his request. , Thursday, Feb. 18, 1999, 10 a.m., T.G. McCarthy Rose Chapel.

Heiden, Louis Jr.
Louis Heiden Jr. – Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – October 23, 1879 – Terrible Accident – Del Norte, October 16. – A terrible accident which resulted in the drowning of Mr. Louis Heiden and his son, Louis, Jr., a lad of ten years, together with their team, occurred yesterday afternoon. They started to move a party living on the opposite side of the river. The recent storm west caused the river to rise rapidly at the time they attempted to cross; it was higher than it has been this year. They went in at the regular ford but must have been immediately swept down the stream, as the body of Mr. Heiden and his team were found about two miles below the ford. The body of the boy is still missing, but search is being made for it.

Heidt, Andrew J.
Andrew J. Heidt - Pueblo Chieftain - June 30, 2003 - Andrew J. Heidt, age 89, passed away June 27, 2003. Husband of Doris Heidt, who passed away July 6, 1995. Father of James (Patricia) Heidt, Sedona, Ariz., and Jack (Ann) Heidt, St. Albert, Alberta, Canada. Also survived by four grandchildren, three great grandchildren and brothers and sisters, Louise (Angelo) Formico, Pueblo, Emma Del Rey, Pueblo and Ann (James) Ferando, Rico, Colo. Mr. Heidt was born in Saskatchewan, Canada, and raised in Hawthorne, Calif. He was employed as a miner in the copper mines in Superior, Ariz., before moving to Pueblo in 1986. He was a veteran of service with the U.S. Navy during WWII and was a member of the American Legion in Superior. At his request, cremation and no funeral. Please omit food and flowers. The family wants to extend special thanks for the friendship and care provided by Vernon and Lorraine Morrow; Joe and Pat Vinci and Mary Jo Garcia.

Heidtbrink, Audrey Dick
Audrey Dick Heidtbrink - The Huerfano Journal - March 12, 2009 - Audrey Dick Heidtbrink, devoted mother and loving grandmother, died Sunday March 1, 2009, at age 83, after a courageous battle with cancer. A native Coloradoan, Audrey was born in Walsenburg, CO, May 25, 1925 to Mr. and Mrs. James B. (Katherine) Dick Jr. Audrey owned an employment agency, was active in politics, and was a successful real estate agent for many years. She is survived by her children, Kathy, Jim, Nancy, Kevin and John, and six grandchildren. Services were held at Greenwood Community Church, Greenwood Village, CO on Wed. March 4.

Heienickle, Francis J. Sr.
Francis J. "Red" Heienickle Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - January 26, 1986 - Francis J. "Red" Heienickle Sr., of 121 Bragdon, Jan. 25, 1986. Husband of Mrs. Anna M. Heienickle and father of Francis J. (Erma) Heienickle Jr., Pueblo, and Margaret Ann (Cliff) Clemens, Bothell, Wash. Survived also by seven grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Predeceased by his parents, John and Nannie Heienickle. Raised in Louisville, Ky., Mr. Heienickle came to Pueblo in 1925 and was employed as credit manager at Parkview Hospital until his retirement in 1972. He also worked for several other small loan associations, He was a veteran of service with the U.S. Army during World War II, serving in Iran with the Persian Gulf Command, Member of Pueblo Elks Lodge No. 90; IOOF, Pueblo Lodge No 8, and Modem Woodmen of America. Mr. and Mrs. Heienickle celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary Oct. 20, 1985. Service, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, George McCarthy Historic Chapel will be conducted by the Rev. Harold Tuttle, pastor, Lake Avenue Baptist Church. Pueblo Elks Lodge No. 90 will have concluding rites at the Historic Chapel. Interment and IOOF rites, Imperial Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends at the Chapel following the service.

Heikes, Albert LeRoy
Albert Leroy “Roy” Heikes - Walsenburg World-Independent - January 9, 1931 - Albert Leroy “Roy” Heikes, age 46, died at his home in La Veta Wednesday, January 7. He is survived by his wife and three children. Mr. Heikes had been living at La Veta for about 10 years, where he was engaged in carpentering and farming. Funeral services will be held at the Methodist church in La Veta at 2:30 p.m. and interment will be under direction of the Benefiel Mortuary Co. Huerfano World - January 21, 1993 - This Week in La Veta History - 1931: Died, Albert LeRoy Heikes, who was born in Kansas in 1886 and married Cora Spicher in 1908. He leaves three daughters, Mrs. Robert Mathews, Catherine and Opal.

Heikes, Carolyn
Carolyn Heikes - Gatesville Texas Messenger – June 15, 2005 - Carolyn Heikes, of Manassa, CO, died May 30 at an Alamosa hospital. She was 66. Funeral services were held June 4 at the Rogers Family Mortuary in Alamosa. Interment was in the New Conejos, Los Cerritos Cemetery in Manassa, CO. She was born Oct. 13, 1938, in Gatesville to Erna Louise Koch Dyson and the late Edwin Benton Dyson. She began work as an elementary teacher in La Veta, CO, and later worked as a medical librarian for the SLV Area Health Education Center for more than 25 years. She obtained her master's degree in library science from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. She was a member of Bethel Heights Baptist Church. Survivors include her children, Ed Miller of Manassa and Evelyn Morgan of Gatesville; her mother, Erna Dyson of Gatesville; brother, John Thomas Dyson of Grand Junction, CO; sister, Janis Louis Daschofsky of Gatesville; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

Heikes, Eugene
Eugene Heikes - Huerfano World - March 24, 1994 - Huerfano Eugene Heikes, 66, of La Veta died Mar. 20, 1994 in Huerfano Medical Center following a massive heart attack. Born in La Veta, Feb. 7, 1928, the son of Mike and Georgia Heikes, he attended and graduated from La Veta High School in 1946. He married the former Elsie Jo Falk in Raton, NM, Oct. 11, 1948. Mr. Heikes was well known as a rancher and for his knowledge of cattle. He was a member of the Colorado and American Simmental Association and a 4-H-leader and booster for many years. He was instrumental in developing and building the Huerfano County 4-H fairgrounds, a member of AARP and a board member of the La Veta Cemetery District for 21 years. Survivors include his wife, Elsie, La Veta; his father, Mike, La Veta; a son, Maurice, La Veta; five brothers, Clarence, Alamosa, Harry, La Veta, Walter, Del Norte, Leland, Prescott, AZ, and Joe, La Veta; a sister, Irmajean Thomas, La Veta; two grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Funeral service was Wednesday from La Veta Methodist Church. Burial was in La Veta Cemetery. J.M. Antle Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Heikes, Georgia M.
Georgia M. Heikes - La Veta Signature - December 19, 1991 - Georgia M. Heikes, 83, died December 5, at St. Mary Corwin Hospital after a lengthy illness. She was born March 10, 1908 in La Veta to Sumpter and Minnie Martin. She married Mike Heikes December 17, 1924 in Monte Vista. The couple farmed in the La Veta area for many years. Mrs. Heikes is survived by her husband, Mike of La Veta; seven children, Clarence (Joyce) Heikes of Alamosa; Walt (Lois) Heikes of South Fork; Leland (Norma) Heikes of Olney Springs; Gene (Elsie Jo) Heikes, Harry (Betty) Heikes, Joe (Evelyn) Heikes, and Irmajean (Tom) Thomas, all of La Veta, 17 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, sister-in-law Hazel Martin of California, and numerous nieces and nephews. Family graveside services were held Saturday, December 7, at La Veta Cemetery. J. M. Antle is in charge of arrangements.

Heikes, Leland W.
Leland W. Heikes - Pueblo Chieftain - September 15, 2013 - Leland W. Heikes, 73, of La Veta. Sept. 12, 2013. Boies-Ortega Funeral Home.

Heikes, Milbern
Milbern L. Heikes - Huerfano World - July 21, 1994 - Milbern L. "Mike" Heikes died July 17, 1994, at his home in La Veta. Born Jan. 26, 1905, to Milton and Anna Heikes in Sabetha, KS, he spent his life as a farmer and carpenter. He married Georgia Martin Dec. 17, 1924. Survivors include his children Clarence, Alamosa, Walter, South Fork, Leland, Chinle, AZ, Harry, Robert and Irmajean Thomas, all of La Veta and his daughter-in-law Elsie Jo Heikes, La Veta; 17 grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Graveside service was Wednesday in La Veta Cemetery.

Heilman, Clifford P.
Clifford P. Heilman – Pueblo chieftain – July 9, 1917 – Clifford P. Heilman, the five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heilman, died at the family home yesterday, 1306 Pine. The funeral announcement will be made later by Davis & Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – July 10, 1917 – The funeral of Clifford P. Heilman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heilman, will be held from the Davis – Vories Chapel Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The services will be in charge of Rev. H. W. Harlow. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain – July 11, 1917 – The funeral of Clifford P. Heilman will take place this afternoon at 2:30 from the Davis-Vories Chapel the Rev. H. W. Harlow will have charge of the services. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain – July 12, 1917 – The funeral of Clifford P. Heilman was held from the Davis-Vories Chapel yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. H. W. Harlow conducted the services, assisted by Mrs. Henry Miller, Mrs. Nellie Masterson, and Miss Bernice Wilson, accompanied by Miss Octavia Cook, who saying "Jewels," "Safe In the Arms of Jesus," and "Beautiful Beckoning Hands." The pallbearers and flower bearers were classmates of little Clifford in the United Brethren Sunday school and were as follows: Neil Harlow, Paul Anderson, Ray Johnson, Ogden T. Harlow, Vera Morris, Marguerite Petrovich, Mary Harlow, and Marguerite Wilson. Many beautiful flowers covered the casket. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery.

Heilman, Jennie Mae
Jennie Mae Heilman - Pueblo Chieftain - January 06, 2002 - Went to be with the Lord Jan. 4, 2002, in Pueblo, Colo. Born Nov. 18, 1916, in Pueblo to Vincent and Rose Allesandro, who preceded her, along with her brothers, Martin, Phillip, Tony and Jack; and sisters, Josephine, Carlina and Mae. Survived by her loving husband of 59 years, Ralph A. Heilman; daughter, Donna (Rudy) Boitz; granddaughter, Jacklyn (Danny) Bruce; sister, Annie Allesandro; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Jennie retired from the Pueblo County Clerk's office with 20 years of service. Visitation, noon until 5 p.m. Monday. Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday at Our Lady of the Meadows Parish. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made to the 4-H Youth Foundation through the funeral home office.

Heilman, Mary Estes
Mary Estes Heilman - Huerfano World - October 7, 1993 - This Week in La Veta History - 1953: Died, Mary Estes Heilman, 76, who was born in La Veta in 1877. [Editor's Note: Mary Estes Heilman passed away about September 30, 1953. Obituary listed World Independent, September 30, 1953, Page 1.]

Heilman, Ralph A.
Ralph A. Heilman - Pueblo Chieftain - September 23, 2012 - Ralph A. Heilman, 93, passed away Sept.18, 2012. He was preceded in death by his wife, Jennie Mae; daughter, Donna Mae Boitz; and his parents, brothers and sisters. Ralph is survived by his granddaughter, Jacklyn; stepsister, Agnes Jones and many nieces, nephews and friends. He was a life member of the Elks, Board of Directors SRDA, President of Union Plaza Apartment Complex and a member of CF&I Union No. 3267. Ralph also worked for multiple plumbing companies, last being Rick's Plumbing and Heating. He enjoyed gardening and assisting anyone who needed something done. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2012, Our Lady of the Meadows. Interment, Roselawn. Arrangements under the direction of George |

Heiman, Adam E.
Adam E. Heiman - Pueblo Chieftain - December 2, 1917 - The funeral of the late Adam E. Heiman will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. The interment will be in Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain – December 3, 1917 – The funeral of Adam E. Heiman took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. The Rev. R. W. Harlow, pastor of the United Brethren Church conducted the services at the chapel and the services at the grave were under the auspices of the Knights of the Macabees. The choir of the United Brethren Church composed of the following, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Whitlock, Mrs. Glanville, Miss Hazel Williams, R. O. Mattox, and Miss Bernice Wilson, accompanied by Miss Eva Ridenour sang "Rock of Ages," and "Jesus Saviour Pilot Me." The pallbearers were: A. A. Hupp, E. Steinheimer, W. Cush, William Brommer, E. Sefton, and James Sitton. The flower bearers were members of the Macabees, W. M. Doherty, C. L. Roper, P. C. Stoner and F. H. Doty. The floral offerings were many and beautiful and the chapel was filled with sorrowing friends. The interment was in the family plot in Roselawn Cemetery.

Heiman, Edward A.
Edward A. Heiman – Pueblo Chieftain – January 27, 1918 – Denied New Trial Marmaduke-Heiman Case Will be Taken to Supreme Court for Hearing – A new trial was denied Mrs. Edward A. Heiman yesterday by Judge C. S. Essex in the case of Dr. C. V. Marmaduke who recently secured a judgment on a contract in the District Court. The motion for a new trial was over ruled by the court and a judgment was ordered on the verdict of the jury, eliminating the name of Edward A. Heiman is one of the parties. Thirty days was granted the defendant in which to apply to the Supreme Court for a writ of supersedeas and 60 days in which to file a bill of exceptions. Since the verdict of the jury, Mr. Heiman has died, his death being hastened, it is said, on account of worry over the case.

Heiman, Flora B.
Flora B. Heiman - Pueblo Indicator - July 26, 1913 - Died After a Brief Illness - Flora B. Heiman, thirteen years old, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Heiman, died at the family home near the Eiler smelter, Tuesday evening, July 22, 1913. Flora was born and brought up in this city and was a seventh grade pupil in the Bessemer school. She was a sweet and lovable child and her sunny disposition and kind little ways made friends for her everywhere, old and young. Her death cast a gloom of sorrow over many a heart. The funeral was held Thursday morning and the interment was at Roselawn. Many beautiful floral offerings were made by sorrowing friends and seldom has there been a more solemn funeral procession than that which wended its mournful way out to the beautiful grove Thursday morning where rest so many of the city's dead.

Heiman, Mamie K.
Mamie K. Heiman - Pueblo Indicator - August 1, 1934 - Mrs. Mamie K. Heiman died at her home, 1932 Carteret, on Saturday evening following an illness of four days with pneumonia. Mrs. Heiman came here from Mobile, Alabama, in 1895, and had many friends who regret her sudden passing. She is survived by a son who resides at the family home. The funeral and interment was made in Roselawn cemetery.

Heimann, Adam Edward
Adam Edward Heimann – Bayfield Blade – December 7, 1917 – Pueblo – A suicide, a murder and two robberies featured Thanksgiving day in Pueblo. Adam Edward Heimann, aged 55 years, for twenty-three years a watchman at the Pueblo smelter, shot and killed himself, presumably because of worries over financial difficulties.

Heimbaugh, Jacob
Jacob Heimbaugh – Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – November 18, 1875 - Jacob Heimbaugh, the man who was shot by Daniel Woodriff on Saturday evening last died on Thursday evening in great agony. Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – November 18, 1875 – The Heimbaugh Shooting Case – A coroner's inquest was held on Friday morning upon the body of Jacob Heimbaugh, who was shot by Daniel Woodriff, in this city, on Saturday last. A post mortem examination was made by Dr. Thombs with the following result: The deceased received two wounds caused by pistol balls. The first ball struck the abdomen just above the umbilicus and about one and a half inches to the right, passed directly through the depending lobe of the liver, also cutting the intestines and passing out at the back. The second shot struck the right thigh and lodged against the head of the femur. Death resulted, of course, from the first wound. On account of the necessary absence of the coroner from the city, we were unable to obtain a copy of the verdict. On Friday afternoon Mr. Woodriff was again arrested and brought to town at the instance of the deputy district attorney, Mr. Vollrath, though for what reason does not exactly appear, and another examination was held before Justice Hart, which resulted in Mr. Woodriff being released on the same bail as that given by him at his former examination. In our account of the shooting of Jacob Heimbaugh by Daniel Woodriff, on Saturday last, we stated that Heimbaugh and Woodriff agreed to go outside of the city limits and fight. This is not exactly correct. The truth of the matter is that Heimbaugh told Woodriff, with a good deal of profanity and abuse, that he (Heimbaugh) could whip him (Woodriff) but wouldn't do it in the city, because he (Heimbaugh) didn't want to be fined or put in the calaboose. Woodriff then said that he was going home, and if Heimbaugh followed him out of town it would be his own lookout, or words to that effect.

Heimbaugh, Mary V.
Mary V. Heimbaugh - Trinidad Times Independent - February 26, 2013 - Mary V. Heimbaugh Retired registered nurse, Mary V. Heimbaugh, 86, passed away Feb. 7, 2013. She was born Aug. 5, 1926, in Flemington, W.Va. to Howard and Bonnie Burton. She worked at People's Hospital as a registered nurse and retired from the medical field at the age of 70. She enjoyed quilting, sewing, knitting and crossword puzzles. She was preceded in death by husband William, parents, brothers Jim, Bud, and Bill Burton, sister Robert Yeatman and granddaughter Maree Frashuer. Survivors are sons Robert (Margo), Gary (Kelly), and Jeff (Susan), daughter Sharon (Bill) Frashuer of Trinidad, brother Tom (Jeanie) Burton, sisters JoAnn (Jim) Edward, Ruth Campbell, 10 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral Services and interment were held in Akron, Ohio. Donations may be made to Hospice of VNS, c/o Akron General Foundation, 400 Wabash Ave., Akron, OH 44307-2463 in memory of Mary. Arrangements made under the direction of the Comi Funeral Home.

Heimberger, Minna
Minna Heimberger – Leadville Carbonate Chronicle – March 3, 1919 – Mrs. Minna Heimberger – Mrs. Minna Heimberger of Chicago, widow of the late Dr. David Heimberger who was at one time a leading physician of Leadville, finished a hearty dinner at the home of Mrs. Jessie Sterling, 108 East Tenth street, yesterday, slipped from her chair and died of heart trouble before medical aid could be summoned. Mrs. Heimberger arrived here Sunday last to spend a few weeks at the home of Mrs. Sterling, an old friend and widow of one of the city's prominent early-day lawyers. When she felt ill Tuesday, a doctor was summoned. Her ailment did not appear to be serious, but the physician advised her to return to a lower climate. Mrs. Heimberger accordingly planned to depart this morning for Pueblo. She ate a hearty meal at Mrs. Sterling's home yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock. At 1:35, she exclaimed that she felt suddenly ill. Before she arose from the table, she unexpectedly became limp, slipped from her chair to the floor and died before it was hardly realized that she had become sick. Mrs. Sterling sent messages yesterday afternoon to her two daughters, Miss Rose Heimberger of Pueblo and Mrs. Erma Janowitz of Chicago, widow of the late Edward Janowitz and to her son, who also lives in Chicago. Funeral arrangements will be in charge of the Moynahan and O'Malia Undertaking company. A resident of Leadville for a number of years before removing to Pueblo and later to Chicago a few years ago, Mrs. Heimberger was widely known among present-day residents of the city and since her arrival here Sunday, she had renewed many old acquaintances and friendships, being then apparently in the best health and her usual cheerful spirits. She had intended to spend several weeks here, both to meet her old friends and to attend to business matters connected with real estate she owned in Leadville. Mrs. Heimberger was born in Germany about 60 years ago, came to the United States while a girl, and moved westward with relatives to Colorado. Following her marriage to Dr. David Heimberger, she and her husband came to Leadville in the early eighties from Saguache county. Dr. Heimberger quickly became one of the leading physicians of the booming mining camp and one of its most prominent citizens. He engaged continuously in mining operations, at one time holding about 100 mining claims. The Toledo Avenue Mining company, which, tho it turned out unprofitably, was one of the largest deep mining projects undertaken in the eighties in upper California gulch, was organized and put into active operation, largely thru Dr. Heimberger's activity. He is said to have lost $40,000 or $50,000 in the concern. The doctor and his wife also became owners of many real estate properties, including the frame business building at Harrison avenue, which is the chief remaining holding of the estate. Their home in those days was a model for the times situated in West Fourth street. Mrs. Heimberger in her youth received a university education, was highly accomplished as a musician and a woman of many talents. It is expected she will be buried in the Jewish cemetery here beside the grave of her husband, who died a number of years ago. The late Jake O. Heimberger, at one time the owner of the Herald Democrat, was a foster son of Dr. and Mrs. Heimberger. Leadville Carbonate Chronicle – March 3, 1919 – Personal Mention – Miss Rose Heimberger arrived in the city yesterday from Pueblo to attend the funeral of her late mother, Mrs. Minna Heimberger. Leadville Carbonate Chronicle – March 3, 1919 – Personal Mention – Mrs. Ed Janowitz, a former resident of Leadville, arrived here from Chicago last evening to attend the funeral of her mother, the late Mrs. Minna Heimberger, who died here suddenly last week.

Hein, Alan
Alan Hein - Huerfano World Journal - October 13, 2011 - Former Walsenburg city administrator dies - Alan Hein, former Walsenburg City Administrator passed away on Monday night at his home in Navajo Estates just west of the city. Hein was hired in April of 2009 to take over for Eric Pearson who had earlier resigned to take another city administrator's job in North Carolina. He was hired for his infrastructure expertise, as he had served as a city administrator and public works director in a small Texas town for 24 years before coming to Walsenburg. He wanted to relocate to Colorado to be nearer to family members. The waste water treatment plant, the Martin Valve project at Lathrop State Park, the raw water line issues west of Walsenburg and the sewer line project for the Northlands area of the city were major projects he was tackling. Before he could get some of those projects going, the City of Walsenburg began experiencing financial problems, which led to the first round of layoffs of city workers. Hein also saw the need for further layoffs in early 2010. Hein was very strong on using the city work force for matching grants with in-kind labor. While this was not always popular, Hein said it created the necessary work to keep city crews busy and save lots of money on labor costs by not having to use outside sources. He had operated a city of similar size to Walsenburg with half the work force for many years. While he was troubled by having to lay-off workers, he felt that the city was able to continue operating efficiently. As the Martin Valve project and the waste water treatment plant projects were underway, Hein was diagnosed with cancer in mid-2010. He cited interference in doing his job and his declining health for his decision to quit. Hein was 62 years old, and survived by his wife and numerous family members. Services are pending.

Hein, Emily
Emily Hein – Pueblo Chieftain – July 22, 1917 – Mrs. Emily Hein, age 60 years, died at a local hospital yesterday morning. She had resided in Pueblo for the past 21 years and was the widow of the late William Hein who died in Pueblo April 19, 1916. Deceased is survived by the following stepchildren: August kind of San Francisco, William Hein 1427 Spruce St., Pueblo, Mrs. Emma Retyleff of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, and Frank Hein of Miami, Arizona. She was a devout member of the German Lutheran Church, and an active worker in the ladies aid society. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 3:30 from the German Lutheran Church. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery in charge of Davis & Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – July 23, 1917 – The funeral of Mrs. Emily Hein was held yesterday afternoon at 3:30 from the German Lutheran Church. The Rev. August Brauer conducted the services. The congregation sang "Nearer My God to Thee," and "For Me to Live is Jesus." The pallbearers were Fritz Peschka, J. F. Eggers, Frank Zindahl, R. F. Zindahl, if. C. Bliesner, and Otto Mueller. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery conducted by Davis – Vories.

Heine, C. J.
C. J. Heine - Wray Gazette - August 16, 1907 - As the result of a collision with J. D. Thatcher's automobile, C. J. Heine, a lineman for the Denver & Rio Grande, who was riding on his bicycle, was seriously, if not fatally, injured at Pueblo. The accident occurred in front of St. Mary's Hospital, where he was taken at once. He was badly bruised about the hips and back and received several deep scalp wounds. It is also said he was internally injured.

Heinen, Christopher
Sgt. Christopher Heinen - Pueblo Chieftain - September 24, 2000 - Sgt. Christopher Heinen, 23, passed away Sept. 22, 2000. He is a graduate of Klein Oak High School, where he called home. Sgt. Heinen had served in the U.S. Army for four years and just returned from a peacekeeping mission in Bosnia. He was a devoted father, loving husband, son and brother. He enjoyed being in the outdoors and spending time with his family. Sgt. Heinen is preceded in death by his grandfather, Floyd Harriman, and survived by his wife, LeAnn; daughter, Bailey; parents, Gloria and Gary Burgess; brother, Gary Jr.; sister, Laura; and grandparents, Shirley and Henry Burgess of Corpus Christi, Texas, and Belva (Harriman) Orr of Rockport, Texas. Also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, Sept. 25, 2000, at Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Graveside service will be held at Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Houston, Texas.

Heins, Corinne B.
Corinne B. Heins - Pueblo Chieftain - April 19, 2005 - Corinne B. Heins, 84, of Westcliffe, passed away April 16, 2005. Services in Chambers, Neb.

Heintz, Alvin A.
Alvin A. "Hoss" Heintz - Pueblo Chieftain - February 23, 1986 - Alvin A. "Hoss" Heintz passed away at Fort Lyon Medical Center Feb. 21, 1986. Husband of Mrs. Evelyn G. Heintz of the family home in Pueblo; father of Cathy Heintz, Pueblo, and Robert A Heintz, Denver; grandfather of four and stepfather of three. Also survived by four sisters and one brother. Veteran of the Korean Conflict and member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday in the Rouch Chapel, with Henry Bellinger officiating. Interment, Lutheran Cemetery, Granite, Okla.

Heisen, Edward W.
Edward W. Heisen - Pueblo Chieftain - September 29, 2013 - Edward W. Heisen, 78. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

Heiser, Clesta
Clesta “Nadine” (Kearns) Heiser - Pueblo Chieftain - July 16, 2006 - Clesta "Nadine" (Kearns) Heiser, passed away peacefully on July 12, 2006. Preceded in death by her son, Kenny Kearns. She is survived by 5 children, Karen (Don) Anderson, Terry Kearns, Bobby Kearns, Melinda (Doug) Keeney, Shelly Kearns; daughter-in-law Sue Stanbro; 9 grandchildren, Dusty (Angelique) Kearns, Tracy Anderson, Heather (Jeff) King, Cory (Jackie) Anderson, Adam Keeney, Tara Salas, Brandi (Vaughn) Kearns, Kyndra Kearns, Kyla Kearns: 10 great-grandchildren, Khari, Justin, Jordan, Makayla, Kaitlyn, Sterling, Irie, Karissa, Maliah and Kenny. Enjoyed dancing, sewing, quilting, gardening and cooking. Graveside service 1:00 p.m. Monday at Imperial Cemetery. Reception at Romero's Hall after service.

Heisley, Newt
Newt Heisley - Pueblo Chieftain - May 17, 2009 - The Colorado Springs man who designed the black and white POW/MIA flag flown everywhere from federal buildings to Harley-Davidson fenders died Thursday at his home. Newt Heisley was 88. ''Newt wanted no hoopla. All he wants is a celebration,” his fiancιe, Donna R. Allison, said. That's what he'll get on Flag Day, June 14, from 1-4 p.m. at the American Legion Post 38 in Security. The public is invited. He will be entombed at Shrine of Remembrance next to his wife of 61 years, Margaret ''Bunny,'' who died in 2005. The prolific image he sketched in pencil in 1971 has the silhouette of a man under a guard tower and behind barbed wire. It's a symbolic reminder that not every soldier returned from the war in Vietnam. The flag flew over the White House when President Ronald Reagan marked the first POW/MIA Recognition Day. Biker groups adopted the flag, tattooing the image on their bodies, patching it on jackets and flying it from their bumpers. Newt Heisley sported the image on his hat, lapel, and license plate. “Everyone knew it was Newt's flag,” Allison said. ''He would personally sign them for people, that's what he would do for years.'' He never dreamed it would be a national icon. He was simply “the ad guy” around town. “He was just working for an ad agency. He came up with the rendition of the flag,” said his son, James Heisley. ''At first he was almost embarrassed, but he got kind of used to it. It defined his life.” Newt Heisley was proud of what the flag meant. He was a C-46 transport pilot in World War II in the Pacific. ''It was typical to present it in black-and-white and his idea was to go back and do some color,” James Heisley said. “They came and looked at it and said, 'That's it.'” Newt Heisley worked in advertising for 25 years in big Manhattan agencies before moving to Colorado Springs to start an his own advertising firm. ''He decided there had to be greener pastures,'' James Heisley said. ''He almost took a job in Bermuda, but my mom was a little leery of living on an island. They said, 'Let's head west and see what we can see.' They were on the way to California and pulled into a hotel room in Colorado Springs in the dark. In the morning he saw Pikes Peak and said, 'Bunny, we aren't going any further.'” He retired from Heisley Design and Advertising in 1987. ''He didn't expect to get any recognition. If he had a nickel for every time that image appeared, he and I'd be multi-multi millionaires,'' James Heisley said. ''Newt always said it was better as public image.'' He also is survived by another son, Jeffrey N., who modeled for the silhouette on the flag; daughters-in-law Susan Heisley and Deborah Heisley; and granddaughter Sara Heisley.

Heitler, A.
A. Heitler - Pueblo Indicator - June 26, 1915 - A. Heitler Dead - A. Heitler, for many years a clothing merchant of Pueblo, but for some time doing business in Trinidad, died last Monday and on Thursday the remains were interred in Roselawn cemetery. He was a man of high character and had a host of friends here who regret his death.

Heitler, Charles
Charles Heitler – Pueblo Colorado Daily Chieftain – June 22, 1875 – The body of Mr. Charles Heitler, who died a few days since in Del Norte, was brought to this city and buried on Monday afternoon.

Heizelman, Joseph J.
Joseph J. Heizelman - Pueblo Chieftain - January 23, 2004 - Joseph J. Heizelman passed away Jan. 21, 2004. He is preceded in death by his wife, Lorene Heizelman; parents, Albert and Martha Heizelman; sister, Annie Vickers; brothers, Andy, Ernest, Frank and Carl Heizelman. He is survived by his nephews, Lee, Bill, Larry and Anthony; nieces, Rose, Maxine, Marie, Pearl, Loretta and Kari. Also survived by sister-in-law, Mary (Chester) Gompf. Joseph loved to garden. He was an avid rock hound and a railroad buff. He served in the army during WWII. Joseph retired in 1977 from the D&RG Railroad. Viewing, 3 to 7 p.m. Friday. Graveside service, 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25, 2004, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Heizer, Donald
Donald Heizer - Pueblo Chieftain - November 10, 2010 - Donald Heizer passed away October 8, 2010 at the Colorado State Veterans Home in Florence, Colorado. He was born November 25, 1919 in Las Animas, Colorado to David and Elmona Heizer and had lived in Pueblo since 1959. Don was employed as an Insurance and Real Estate Agent for many years before retiring in 1985. He was a veteran having served in the U.S. Navy during WW II. He was a member of the B.P.O. Elks Lodge in Rock Ford. Mr. Heizer was preceded in death by his wife Ida, as well as a brother John Heizer and a sister Mary Mayer. He is survived by his son Robert Heizer, a brother Robert M. Heizer of AZ, two grandchildren, Aaron Heizer and Sara Heizer and several nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place. Memorial services will be held Saturday, November 13, 2010, 2:00 p.m. in the Davis Memorial Chapel. Military honors will be provided by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.

Heizer, Ida A.
Ida A. Heizer - Pueblo Chieftain - January 27, 2006 - Ida A. Heizer passed away Jan. 25, 2006. Survived by husband, Donald; son, Robert; and grandchildren, Aaron and Sara Heizer. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Saturday, Davis Memorial Chapel.

Heizer, Robert
Robert Heizer - Weekly Ignacio Chieftain - July 20, 1911 - Robert Heizer, aged fifty, and one of the best known citizens in Bent county, died at Las Animas.

Helberg, Marilyn Ann
Marilyn Ann Helberg - Pueblo Chieftain - September 22, 2013 - Marilyn Ann Helberg, 80. Service to be announced at a later date. Pueblo Chieftain - April 25, 2014 - Marilyn A. Helberg. Service, 10 a.m. Saturday, Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Pueblo Chieftain - April 26, 2014 - Marilyn A. Helberg. Service, 10 a.m. today, Montgomery & Steward Chapel.

Helger, Henry
Henry Helger – Pueblo Chieftain – March 25, 1919 – Henry Helger, age 11 years, died March 24 at the home 7 miles east of Pueblo. He had been a student of the Riverside School. Survived by parents, five brothers, and two sisters. Funeral announcement will be made by McMinn. Pueblo Chieftain – March 26, 1919 – The funeral of Henry Hegler will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the McMinn Chapel and at 2:30 from St. Mary's Church. Rev. Father Cyril Zupan will conduct the services. Interment will be in Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain – March 27, 1919 – The funeral of Henry Hegler was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the McMinn Chapel and at 2:30 from St. Mary's Church. Rev. Father Peter conducted the services. Interment was in Roselawn.

Heller, Ernest L.
Ernest L. Heller - Pueblo Chieftain - April 20, 1917 - Ernest L. Heller, age 33, died at the family residence, 821 West Twelfth Street. Pueblo Chieftain – April 20, 1917 – Popular Pueblo Salesmen Dead – Ernest L. Heller, age 35 years, a well-known salesman of this city, died at the family residence, 821 W. 12th St., at an early hour yesterday morning. Mr. Heller had been employed as a salesman by the Colo. Motor Co. for the past two years, and for five years prior was city salesman for the Pressey-Tanner Company. The deceased had resided in Pueblo for the past 12 years and leaves many friends to mourn his loss. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Violet Maude Heller, and one son, Donald, his father, Mr. Elias Heller of Olney Springs and one brother residing in Selma, Calif. Mr. Heller was a member of Pueblo Lodge No. 90, B. P. O. E. The remains are at Davis & Vories and the funeral will be announced later. Pueblo Chieftain - April 21, 1917 - The funeral of Ernest L. Heller will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from Davis & Vories Chapel. The Christian Science funeral service will be read at the chapel and Pueblo Lodge No. 90, B. P. O. E., will conduct the Elks burial service at the cemetery. Interment will be made in the Elks Rest in Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain - April 22, 1917 - The funeral of Ernest L. Heller took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Davis-Vories Chapel. The Christian Science funeral service was conducted by Miss Anna Kieghtley. Mrs. Ross Wetzel, accompanied by Miss Della Thompson, sang "Life That Maketh All Things New," and "No Night There." A large number of friends were present, completely filling the chapel, and the floral tributes were numerous and beautiful. The pall bearers and flower bearers, all members of Pueblo Lodge No. 90, B. P. O. E. were: F. J. Dupps, D. W. Altman, H. B. Altman, W. B. McKinney, W. A. Murphy, F. H. Heller, M. P. Keating, Thomas Andrews, A. L. Allen, and F. M. Matheney. Interment was made in the Elks' Rest at Roselawn, where Pueblo Lodge No. 90 conducted the Elks' burial service.

Heller, Walter (Father of)
Mr. Heller - Pueblo Indicator - August 14, 1920 - We extend sympathy to Walter Heller on the death of his father recently.

Hellwig, Leroy Allen Jr.
Leroy Allen Hellwig Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - December 28, 2011 - Leroy Allen Hellwig Jr., 90, went to be with his beloved wife, Mary, in the house of the Lord on Dec. 24, 2011. Survived by his daughter, Diane Leach; grandchildren, Michael (Neli) Pekins and Shelly (Danny) McIntosh; and great-granddaughter, Kara Bertetto; sisters-in-law, Betty Lou Venditti of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Donna Venditti of Phoenix, Ariz., and Betty Kitchen of Loveland, Colo.; numerous cousins, nieces and nephews; and his greatly loved dog, Fraiser. Preceded by his wife of 69 years, Mary; and son-in-law, Monty Leach. Lee was born to Minnie and Leroy A. Hellwig Sr. on June 5, 1921, in Durango, Colo. They came to Pueblo in 1924 and had lived west of City Park since. Lee was an active Boy Scout and became an Eagle Scout. He served as a radio technician in the Army Air Corps during WWII. Lee retired first as a letter-carrier from the U.S. Post Office, and then retired as a math teacher from District 60 in 1989. Some of the things he loved the most were fishing the streams and rivers of Colorado and traveling with his family. He especially loved his square dancing trips throughout Europe, Egypt, China, and Japan with his wife. He also loved his extensive flower gardens. Lee was a member of Central Christian Church. A very special thank you to Joni Fair Hospice House. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in his memory to Sangre de Cristo Hospice and Palliative Care, Save the Children, or Casa of Pueblo. Viewing, 5 to 7 p.m. today, and funeral service, 1 p.m. Thursday, both at Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Hellwig, Mary Louise
Mary Louise Hellwig - Pueblo Chieftain - November 26, 2011 - Mary Louise Hellwig, 86, went to be with the Lord Nov. 20, 2011. Born to John and Elizabeth Venditti on June 2, 1925. Survived by her husband of 69 years, Leroy Hellwig Jr.; daughter, Diane Leach; grandchildren, Mike (Neli) Pekins, Shelly (Danny) McIntosh; great-granddaughter, Kara Bertetto; sister, Betty Kitchen of Loveland, Colo.; sisters-in- law, Betty Lou Venditti of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Donna Venditti of Phoenix, Ariz. Preceded in death by son-in-law, Monty Leach; brothers, John, Bill, Paul and Donald. Mary taught at Boone, Washington, Eastwood, Fountain, Pitts, and Roncalli. She was a sales clerk and cashier for Sears. Mary and her husband loved to travel throughout the United States, Egypt, Europe, and China and also enjoyed square dancing for over 50 years during their travels. Mary loved to knit and also was an avid reader. She was a former member of Beta Sigma Phi, the Motorchair Foundation, and Pilot Club. She also was active in the Christian Women's Fellowship for many years. Funeral service, 10 a.m. today, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel, with interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. A reception will be held following the interment at the Imperial Hall. Donations may be made to Casa of Pueblo and the Arthritis Foundation through the funeral home. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Helm, Guy N.
Guy N. Helm – Pueblo Chieftain – January 30, 1918 – Fatally Hurt – Guy N. Helm, former Canon City resident, died at Rock Springs, Wyo., from the effects of injuries received in an automobile accident.

Helmick, Brenda
Brenda "Sue" Helmick - Pueblo Chieftain - April 21, 2009 - Brenda "Sue" Helmick, 56, born Sept. 17, 1952; departed April 18, 2009. Preceded in death by father, James Norton; stepfather, Richard D. Lewis; mother, Juanita Lewis; sister, Sharon Smithour; brother, Harry Lewis; and son, Ricky Helmick. Survived by husband, Keith Helmick; children, Russ (Darla) Helmick, Tammy Helmick, Allen (Lynn) Helmick, Sheena Marie Helmick; siblings, Don Shipman, Carol (Bill) Mayer, David (Cindy) Lewis, Tom Lewis (Cee Cee Arellano), Terry (Shelley) Lewis, Mark (Kimberly) Lewis; sister-in-law, Lupe Skidmore; and numerous nephews, nieces and grandchildren. Sue loved the outdoors - going camping and fishing - and, of course, the Broncos. She also loved spending time with her grandchildren and doing crafts with her sister, Carol. She had a way to make you feel very comfortable and welcome in any setting. Viewing, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, in the Montgomery & Steward South Chapel. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Thursday, at Montgomery & Steward Funeral Home. Burial at Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Helmick, Nadine
Nadine “Neni” Helmick - Pueblo Chieftain - March 16, 2010 - Nadine “Neni” Helmick went to be the Lord on March 11, 2010. She lived in Pueblo, Colo., for over 50 years and spent her last seven years in Alaska. She was preceded in death by two sons, Ron and Terry Helmick. She is survived by her sons, Steve (Patricia), Ray (Della), Keith and children, Sheena, Russell, Allen and Tammy, Ken (Janet) Helmick and children, Kendra, Michael and Candace; daughter, Marlene (Michael) Hughes and children, Brian, Megan and Christina; grandchildren, Shawna, Stephanie, Jason, Jenny, Becky and Beth; her sister, Jean (Andy) Summerlin; and many church family and friends. Service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 17, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel, with interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Helms, James H.
James H. Helms - Pueblo Chieftain - June 29, 2010 - James H. Helms, of Richland, Wash., passed away June 23, 2010, after a lengthy illness. He was born in Denver, Colo., on Sept. 27, 1953, to Virginia and Howard Helms. Jim is survived by his children, Mathew, Michael and Stephanie Helms, all of Richland; siblings, Thomas (Sheila) Helms of Laguna Vista, Texas, Nancy Branin of Pueblo, and John Morton of Sacramento, Calif. Also survived by nieces and nephews, Melissa Helms, Leanne (Quentin) Springer, Julie Nelson, Diane (Ted) Sandoval, Brian (Jennifer) Nelson, Casey, Michelle and Nick Helms; as well as many great-nieces and great-nephews. Private services were held in Richland on June 25, 2010.

Helms, Rita
Rita (Johnson) Helms - Pueblo Chieftain - January 19, 2014 - Rita (Johnson) Helms, 67, Corona Del Mar, Calif., formerly of Pueblo, Jan. 13. Gateway Crematory, Fullerton, Calif.

Helton, Martha Leanne
Martha Leanne Helton - Pueblo Chieftain - March 6, 2014 - Martha Leanne Helton, 59, passed away Feb. 27, 2014. She is survived by her father, Don Helton; siblings, Patsy O'Dell of Zurich, Kan., Raymond (Karen) Helton of Pueblo, Eddie (Cathy) Helton, Carol (Bernie) Cantin, Aaron (Tina) Emerson of Pueblo West; 12 nieces and nephews; 17 great-nieces and nephews; numerous cousins; and many friends. Preceded in death by her mother, Patricia L. Helton; grandparents, Lloyd and Carol Troutt, Evelyn Troutt Berry, Edwin and Hettie Helton; and brothers-in-law, Gary Stover and Tim Odell. Martha graduated from Central High School in 1973, received a nursing degree from NWTH, Amarillo, Texas, in 1979, and a BSN degree from West Texas A&M, Canyon, Texas, in 1996. She worked at St. Mary Corwin Hospital, was a school nurse in Granado, Ariz., and also worked for DOC. Martha enjoyed doing crafts, spending time with family and friends and attending family reunions. She was a member of Lake Avenue Baptist Church and Kwik Knits Machine Knitting Club. Memorial service, 10:30 a.m. Saturday, March 8, 2014, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association through the funeral home office.

Helton, Patricia Louise
Patricia Louise Helton - Pueblo Chieftain - July 6, 2012 - Patricia Louise Helton, 77, passed away July 3, 2012. Born Dec. 23, 1934, in Bird City, Kan. Pat is survived by her husband, Donald. Pat and Don were married in Edson, Kan., March 30, 1953, and would have celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary next March. She is survived by her children, Patsy (Tim) Odell of Zurich, Kan., Martha Helton, Raymond (Karen) Helton of Pueblo, Eddie (Cathy) Helton, Carol (Bernie) Cantin, Aaron (Tina) Emerson of Pueblo West; 12 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren (soon to be 17); sister, Lila (Lawrence) Mayer of Brewster, Kan.; aunt, Bonnie Burr of Bird City, Kan.; as well as numerous brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Pat was preceded in death by her parents, Lloyd and Carol (Trickett) Troutt; stepmother, Evelyn (Reade) Troutt Berry; brother, Ken Troutt; and mother-in-law, Hettie Helton. Pat retired from the City of Pueblo as a municipal court administrator in 1986, after more than 22 years of service. Pat was a 50 year-plus member of Lake Avenue Baptist Church, where she enjoyed singing in the choir and her church family. She also was a member of Pueblo Kwik Knits Machine Knitting Club. Pat won several Grand Awards and other ribbons at the Colorado State Fair for her knitting and other crafts. Pat loved to fish, especially at Blue Mesa. Most of all, she loved spending time with her family and attending family reunions. Viewing from 4 to 6 p.m. today and the funeral service, 10 a.m. Saturday, July 7, 2012, both in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Helton, Roy
Roy Helton - Pueblo Chieftain - January 25, 2013 - Roy Helton, 81, passed away Jan. 22, 2013. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013, Kingdom Hall, 785 E. Spaulding Ave., Pueblo West. Arrangements, T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Helwig, Isabelle
Isabelle Helwig - Pueblo Chieftain - February 18, 1917 - Mrs. Helwig Called - Highly Esteemed Woman, Long a Resident Here, is Called After Brief Illness - Mrs. Isabel Helwig, highly esteemed Pueblo woman, died at an early hour yesterday morning at a local hospital after an illness of only a few days. She was 76 years old. Mrs. Helwig was the widow of the late John H. Helwig, who was buried June 8, 1914. She was born in Michigan in 1840. She is survived by two children, Mrs. William Kitching of Dallas, Texas, and F. J. Helwig, of Trinidad, for many years a prominent resident of Pueblo. Mrs. Helwig came to Pueblo in the spring of 1890 and had resided here continuously since that time. The funeral will be held from the Davis-Vories Chapel Tuesday forenoon at 10:30 o'clock. Pueblo Chieftain - February 19, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Isabelle Helwig will take place Tuesday morning at 10:30 from Davis & Vories Chapel. Interment will be in Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain - February 20, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Isabelle Helwig, who died suddenly Saturday morning, will occur this morning at 10:30 from the chapel of the Davis & Vories Undertaking establishment. Rev. A. J. Waller will conduct the service. Interment will be in Roselawn. Friends of the family are invited to attend without further notice. Pueblo Chieftain - February 21, 1917 - Helwig Funeral Largely Attended - Many friends of the late Mrs. Isabelle Helwig attended the funeral services held yesterday morning from the Davis & Vories Chapel at 10:30 o'clock. The many floral offerings were beautiful and signified the high esteem and love in which the deceased was held during her life in Pueblo. Rev. A. J. Waller, pastor of the First M. E. Church, conducted the services. The Davis & Vories' Quartet sang "Asleep in Jesus," "Abide With Me," and "Lead, Kindly Light." The pall bearers were: E. R. Chew, E. E. Withers, J. J. Chappell, H. P. Vories, J. E. Sechrist, and Walter Palmer. Those acting as flower bearers were H. A. Chatfield and E. J. Scott. Interment Roselawn.

Hembree, H. A. (Mrs.)
Mrs. H. A. Hembree - Pueblo Indicator - April 3, 1937 - Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. H. A. Hembree of Monterey Park, Calif., March 11. The Hembree family formerly resided at 1138 Evans Avenue and went to Calif. in 1911.

Hemick, Alice M.
Alice Mae Hemick - Pueblo Chieftain - December 27, 2010 - Alice Mae Hemick passed away Wednesday, December 22, 2010 in Pueblo, Colorado. Alice was born February 19, 1917 in Calumet, Oklahoma to Wilbert and Valera Moore. She was an avid bowler, loved taking Sunday drives with her husband and the outdoors. Alice enjoyed staying active. Once in the nursing home, Alice enjoyed many social events including the playing cards, bingo, and even table tennis. She was preceded in death by her husband Jack Alden Hemick in 2000 and her parents. Her survivors include her daughter Jackie M. (Charles) Brown, of Oklahoma; her grandchildren, Charles (Tammy) Brown, Alden (Georgia) Brown, Elizabeth (Joel) Alexander, Wilbert (Lisa) Brown and John (Mindy) Brown, as well as 9 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild. No public viewing, cremation has taken place. She will be laid to rest next to her husband Jack following a graveside service at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, December 29, 2010 in the Mountain View Cemetery.

Heminger, Rose E.
Rose Heminger – Pueblo Chieftain – October 9, 1918 – Died in Toledo – Word was received here yesterday by Bert Heminger, of the death of his sister, Miss Rose Heminger, who accompanied by her mother left here a week ago for a visit in Toledo, Ohio. The cause of her death was not mentioned in the telegram. Pueblo Chieftain – October 9, 1918 – Miss Rose Heminger, a well-known resident of this city, died in Toledo, Ohio. The remains are being brought to this city, accompanied by her sister. The funeral arrangements will be announced later, by the Davis-Vories Undertaking Co. Pueblo Chieftain – October 10, 1918 – The remains of Miss Rose E. Heminger, who died in Toledo, Ohio, arrived in this city yesterday afternoon. Rose E. Heminger was born in Dover, New Hampshire, December 25, 1887. She came to Pueblo in 1906, where she has since resided. When she was 16 years of age, she joined the Methodist Episcopal Church, where she had her membership for several years. She later united with the Free Methodist Church of Pueblo, where she continued a faithful member until her death, which occurred so suddenly at Toledo on October 7. There are left to mourn her loss her mother, her twin sister, Mrs. B. L. Heminger, and other relatives, besides numerous friends. The funeral arrangements will be announced later by the Davis-Vories Undertaking Co. Pueblo Chieftain – October 11, 1918 – The funeral of Rose Heminger will be held from the Davis-Vories Chapel this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Services will be strictly private. Interment in Mountain View Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain – October 12, 1918 – The funeral of Rose Heminger was held from the Davis-Vories Chapel yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Hattie Handyside officiated. Miss Carrie Harrison and Mrs. C. T. Garnet, accompanied by Miss Harrison, sang "Asleep in Jesus," and "It Is Well with My Soul." The pallbearers were: Russell Jaque, R. R. Hines, C. A. Johnson, N. N. Lewis, A. H. Auer, and William Heminger. Services were private. Interment was made in Mountain View Cemetery.

Hemovich, Nicholas
Nicholas Hemovich – Pueblo Chieftain – November 20, 1918 – Nicholas Hemovich, age 39 years, died at a local hospital yesterday following an illness of two weeks. The remains were removed to the McCarthy Undertaking parlors. The funeral announcements later. Pueblo Chieftain – November 28, 1918 – The funeral of Nick Hemovich will take place tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Interment will be made in Roselawn.

Hemphill, Richard D.
Richard D. Hemphill - Pueblo Chieftain - April 10, 2012 - Richard D. Hemphill, 86. Full notice later.

Hemrick, Richard P.
Richard P. Hemrick - Pueblo Chieftain - September 28, 2010 - Richard P. Hemrick, 80, passed away Sept. 24, 2010. Preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Helen Hemrick. Survived by his sister, Jackie (Dick) Cash; and brother, Frank (Carmen) Hemrick. Richard was a veteran of the Korean Conflict. At Richard's request, there will be no services. Cremation has taken place.

Henagar, Samuel
Samuel Henagar – Pueblo Chieftain – October 23, 1918 – Samuel Henagar, age 36, died at a local hospital yesterday following a few days illness of Spanish influenza. Mr. Henagar was a well-known employee of the Colo. Fuel and Iron Co. and has resided in Pueblo for years. He lived at 1401 East Evans Ave., survived by son, Louis Henagar of Pueblo. The remains were removed to the McCarthy Undertaking Parlors. The funeral announcement will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain – October 26, 1918 – The funeral of Samuel Henegar was held from the McCarthy Chapel yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. O. K. Maynard of St. Paul Methodist Church conducted the private services. Mrs. Swinford sang "Nearer My God to Thee," and "The Home of the Soul." The pallbearers were Mr. Raney, Mr. Bryant, Mr. Fanning, and Mr. Brown. Interment in Roselawn Cemetery.

Henaman, William Phillip
William “Bill” Phillip Henaman - Daily Times-Call - August 22, 2007 - William “Bill” Phillip Henaman, 90, passed away on Aug. 5, 2007, at McKee Medical Center. He was born Nov. 30, 1916, to Elmer and Cora (Mason) Henaman in Estherville, Iowa. Bill graduated from Armstrong High School and Estherville Junior College and then attended the American Institute of Business in Des Moines. His activities during those years were playing basketball and baseball. On Aug. 30, 1937, he was united in marriage to Norine M. Butcher. Bill worked with his father in the family business with Ford Motor Co. until he was drafted in 1943 into the Army. He served at the U.S. air base in Calcutta, India, during World War II. When Bill returned to the United States, he took over management of the family business. Many of his customers still miss him, since he was known, even by competitors, as a successful, honest and helpful businessman. Bill became president of the Estherville Chamber of Commerce, and the baseball board, and was a member of the city council. After the family's two children finished school, Bill sold the business, and they moved to their cottage on Spirit Lake, Iowa. Always full of ambition, Bill became interested in real estate and was a partner in a realty company there. In 1980, Bill and Norine retired to Loveland. His hobbies here were playing golf, and maintaining meticulously his lawn and home. Even after his eyesight failed, he persevered with his hands to complete projects around his home. He was a member of Faith Evangelical Church. Bill is survived by his loving wife, Norine, and a sister, Mary Grimm of Douglas, Ariz. He is also survived by his son, William E. Henaman and wife Debra of Trinidad, Colo., and a daughter, Linda Henaman of Denver. His survivors also include a granddaughter, Laurel Henaman of Denver, a step-granddaughter and grandson, and two great-grandchildren. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place. A memorial service will be held at Faith Evangelical Church at 1 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 24, 2007, with Dr. James E. Murphy officiating. A reception will follow. Inurnment will take place at the Loveland Burial Park Columbarium at 3 p.m. with military honors. Memorial contributions may be made to Faith Evangelical Church in care of Kibbey Fishburn Funeral Home.

Hench, Julia A.
Julia A. Hench – Pueblo Chieftain – December 25, 1918 – Julia Hench, age 71 years, died at her ranch home, December 24. Body at Davis-Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – December 27, 1918 – The funeral arrangements of Mrs. Julia A. Hench will be announced by the Davis-Vories Undertaking Company upon the arrival of relatives. Pueblo Chieftain – January 10, 1919 – The funeral of Miss Julia Hench will be held from the Davis-Vories parlors Sunday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock. Interment will be made in Mountain View Cemetery.

Hendershot, Mary Bertha
Mary Bertha Hendershot – Pueblo Chieftain – May 24, 1919 – Mary Bertha Hendershot, age 36 years, died at the family home, 1625 E. 5th St., yesterday morning. She leaves a husband, C. J. Hendershot and a daughter, Lurella of the family home, a father and a mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Percival, a brother, Everett Percival of West Elizabeth, Pa., and a sister, Mrs. E. J. Andrews of Daquesne, Pa. The body will be forwarded this afternoon by the United Undertaking Co. to West Elizabeth, Pa., accompanied by the family.

Henderson, Alva W.
Alva W. Henderson – Pueblo Chieftain – December 19, 1918 – Chamber Commerce Secretary Is Dead – Colorado Springs, Colorado, December 18 – Alva W. Henderson, Sec. of the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce since 1908, died this morning from pneumonia. Mr. Henderson also was Sec. of the Pikes Peak Ocean to Ocean Hwy., Association, and devoted his energies and talent to read development and community advertising. Previous to his connection with the commercial body he did newspaper work in Chicago and this city.

Henderson, Charles
Charles Henderson – Pueblo Chieftain – February 7, 1919 – Charles Henderson, age 45 years, died at a local hospital February 6. Body at Davis-Vories.

Henderson, Charlie
Charlie Henderson - Pueblo Chieftain - September 21, 2010 - Charlie Henderson went to be with the Lord on Sept. 16, 2010. He is survived by his loving sisters, Dora Creighton, Ella Christmas; along with caring family and friends. Visitation, 11 a.m. followed by memorial service at 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, Angelus Chapel, 1102 Evans Ave., Pueblo, Colo.

Henderson, Daniel L.
Daniel L. Henderson - Pueblo Chieftain - April 6, 2009 - Daniel L. Henderson, 64, passed away on March 30, 2009. Survived by wife, Vikky Henderson; children, Donald Henderson, Christine Hansel and Sheila Henderson; half brothers and half sisters, Rick Sowell and Dennis Sowell, Pat Grout and Carolyn Murphy. Also survived by his father, George Henderson. Daniel retired from the Comanche Power Plant. Graveside service, 3 p.m. Thursday, April 9, 2009, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to Disabled American Veterans. Special thanks to Calvin Bamber and his family. Special friends that will miss him include Mike Romero, Zero Leira and Bruce Buzwell. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Henderson, George Nathan
George Nathan Henderson - Pueblo Chieftain - March 9, 2014 - George Nathan Henderson, 91, born July 11, 1922, passed away Feb. 28, 2014, with his loving wife and furry friends by his side. George lived a full and wonderful life. Predeceased by parents, George and Winnie Henderson; wives, Loetta and Audine; sons, George and Daniel; and daughter, Pat Grout. He is survived by his wife, Thelma Henderson; step-children, Gary Hugh and Tony (Lori) Hugh; grandchildren, George (Kimberlee) Henderson III, David (Kim) Grout, Steven (Dolly) Grout, Vicki (Steven) Fincher, D.J. (Ramona) Henderson, Sheila (Adrianne) Henderson, Devin Hugh, Makayla Garcia, Landon Webb and Logan Webb; as well as numerous great and great-great-grandchildren. Visitation, 4 to 8 p.m. Monday, March 10, 2014, at Imperial Funeral Home. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, 2014, at Park Hill Christian Church, with Pastor Dean Prophet officiating. Interment with Military Honors to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Park Hill Christian Church in George's honor. Arrangements, Imperial Funeral Home.

Henderson, Gola H. (Sgt.)
Sgt. Gola H. Henderson – Pueblo Chieftain – December 5, 1918 – Died in Army Camp – News of the death of Sgt. Gola H. Henderson, which occurred in Camp Eustis, Va., as a result of influenza has been received by his brother G. B. Henderson of Pueblo. He enlisted in the Coast Artillery from St. Louis in 1912 and while serving on the Mexican border in 1916 was promoted to rank of corporal. He received his second sergency at Fort H. G. Wright, N.Y. He was scheduled to sail on October 21, but died on October 16. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. C. M. Henderson, of Colorado Springs, and 5 brothers; G. B. Henderson of Pueblo; Frank, George, and Brackett Henderson of Colorado Springs, and Cpl. L. C. Henderson in Battery C, 148 Field Artillery with the expeditionary forces in France. Colorado Springs Gazette - November 24, 1918 - Soldier Dead 30 Days Before His Family Is Told - Sergt. Gola H. Henderson, 28, a resident of this city, but for the last 10 years a soldier in the regular army, died at Camp Eustace (Eustis), Va., of influenza, October 16, according to a letter received yesterday by his brother, F. H. Henderson, 816 South Nevada avenue. Sergeant Henderson was under orders to sail for France October 21. He had not been in Colorado Springs for nearly six years, except on brief furloughs. He is survived by his bride of one month, his mother, at 412 East Yampa street, this city, and five brothers - F. H. Henderson of this city, Glenn B. and George H. Henderson of Pueblo, Brackett Henderson of Denver and Louis C., a member of Battery C, now in France. The long delay in notifying the family has not been explained. Colorado Springs Gazette - November 24, 1918 - "For Our Tomorrow They Gave Their Today" - These Men Have Given Their All for Our Liberty - The following names on the roll of honor are those of whom photographs were not available and could not be presented. Sgt. Gola H. Henderson, Coast Artillery. Died October 16, 1918, at Camp Eustace (Eustis), Va. in service.

Henderson, J. R.
J. R. Henderson - Pueblo Indicator - July 28, 1928 - J. R. Henderson, 69, who had lived in Pueblo 48 years, passed away at the home of his son, Frank, at Maywood, Calif., July 23. Deceased was a pioneer of this city and had a wide acquaintance.

Henderson, Joseph
Joseph Henderson - Aspen Democrat - August 3, 1909 - Two Leadville Miners Killed at Walsenburg By An Explosion of Fire Damp in the Solar Mine - One of the Men Thoughtlessly Struck a Match to Light His Pipe - Walsenburg, Colo., Aug. 3 - Joseph Henderson and Oliver Fraser, pioneer mining men of Leadville, and expert timbermen, were killed in an explosion of fire-damp in the Solar mine last evening. The men were engaged by Henry Holland on a contract to re-timber an air shaft and had come here for this purpose. Accustomed to working in mineral properties where danger from fire is practically unknown, Henderson in a moment of thoughtlessness struck a match to light his pipe while working far down the shaft and a second later an explosion followed. They were hurled 160 feet to the bottom of the shaft and both men were picked up dead. It is believed that the fall was the direct cause of their death although the explosion maimed both men. They were working on a platform 160 feet from the bottom at the time the blast occurred. Fraser was 40 years old and leaves a wife and two children at Leadville. Henderson was 35 years old and leaves a wife who was visiting in Walsenburg when the accident occurred.

Henderson, Julia Maye
Julia Maye Henderson - Pueblo Chieftain - October 14, 1939 - Julia Maye Henderson at hospital Friday, October 13. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Henderson; sister of Erma, Edgar, Jr., Gerald, and Shirley Henderson, all of family home, 1638 East Eighth street. Attended the Park Hill eighth grade school and a member of the Park Hill Baptist church. Services 10:30 a.m. Monday, Davis Mortuary chapel.

Henderson, Lester T.
Lester T. Henderson - Pueblo Chieftain - October 24, 2009 - Lester T. Henderson, 84, passed away Oct. 22, 2009. He was preceded in death by his wife of 58 years, Thelma “T'mo” Henderson. Survived by children, Doug (Gael) Henderson, Livingston, N.J., Betty (Dan) Thompson, Overland Park/Quinter, Kan., Peggy Henderson, Wheat Ridge, Colo., and Jackie Henderson, Pueblo West, Colo.; brother, Rev. Paul Henderson, Bowie, Texas; brother-in-law, Jerry (Denny) Brown; sisters-in-law, Edna Burlinson and Ann “Skeet” Caldwell; grandchildren, Jason (Kris), Mike, Dani Henderson and Leslie Thompson; great-grandchildren, Tyler and Tori Henderson, Mary Norris and Chase Douglas Thweatt. Les was born April 3, 1925, in Hominy, Okla. He served in the U.S. Army during WWII in the European Theater and later taught school in New Mexico and Colorado for 38 years. Les enjoyed his dogs, music and traveling. He was also an avid card player and Denver Broncos fan. The family expresses its gratitude to Dr. Dana Bennett and St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center, especially the ICU. They also wish to express special appreciation to Hellbeck Elementary School staff and community; to his care provider, Debbie Rich; and to family friends, Lita and Mel Martinez. A memorial celebration of his life will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25, 2009, Adrian Comer Garden Chapel, 2710 N. Elizabeth, Pueblo, CO 81004. Family and friends are invited to join the family for a light dinner reception at 5 p.m. Sunday at the Memorial Recreational Building (Pueblo West Senior Center), 230 E. George Drive, Pueblo West. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Animal Welfare and Protection Society through the funeral home office. Arrangements by Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Hendren, C. D.
Captain C. D. Hendren - Pueblo Chieftain - November 24, 1894 - Captain C. D. Hendren, a well known pioneer of southern Colorado, died at his home in Walsenburg a few days since. He resided in Huerfano County for more than thirty years. He was a native of Norfolk, Virginia, a lawyer by profession and was also extensively engaged in sheep raising. Captain Hendren was a Mexican War veteran and left the army at the close of the war with the rank of captain. He was about 65 years of age.

Hendrick, Margaret
Margaret "Rollie" Hendrick - The Capital - March 25, 2007 - A memorial service for Margaret "Rollie" H. Hendrick, 82, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Anne's Episcopal Church, Church Circle. Mrs. Hendrick died March 16 at Anne Arundel Medical Center due to complications following surgery. A longtime resident of Epping Forest, she was born July 24, 1924, in Manhattan, N.Y. Her nickname, "Rollie," was bestowed upon her by her godfather, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. She spent her early years in Tuxedo Park and Rhinebeck, N.Y., including many occasions at Hyde Park. N.Y. After graduating from Holton Arms School, she pursued a career as an administrative assistant in Europe in Vienna, Salzburg, Heidelberg and London. After returning to the United States, she worked for Martin-Marietta in Denver, where she met her husband, John Hendrick. They were married in June 1958 in Trinidad, Colo., and enjoyed more than 40 years of marriage before he was deceased. Mrs. Hendrick was a member of St. Anne's Episcopal Church and enjoyed reading, classical music and travel. She is survived by her sister, Catherine Rutsen Hambley of Rhinebeck, and a number of cousins. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to St. Anne's Episcopal Church, 199 Duke of Gloucester St., Annapolis, MD 21401. Arrangements are by Taylor Funeral Home.

Hendricks, Earl
Earl Hendricks - Pueblo Indicator - December 28, 1940 - Fatal Accident at Boone Thurs. - Two were killed at Boone Thursday afternoon when they were crushed between a loaded coal truck and the school house. Wm. White, 14 year-old son of H. N. White, and Earl Hendricks, janitor of the school, were the victims. They stepped in between the truck and the building just as the truck was backed up and so badly crushed that they lived but a very short time thereafter.

Hendricks, Jane Minor
Jane Minor Hendricks - Pueblo Chieftain – December 1, 1918 – Miss Jane Hendricks Popular Pueblo Girl Gives Life For Cause – Word was received yesterday by Pueblo friends that Miss Jane Minor Hendricks had died of Spanish influenza in New York city, and that her body had been forwarded to her old home in Virginia for interment. A brother from Washington D.C. was with her at the time of her death. Miss Hendricks was an active Red Cross Worker in Pueblo and was en route to France for Red Cross duty. She had secured a 30 days leave from the Pueblo land office, where she was head stenographer and typist, and had made application to the department at Washington for a year's leave without pay, that she might devote her services to the boys over there. She left Pueblo on November 10, and was to have sailed on November 19. In the Pueblo land office where Miss Hendricks had been employed, there was universal sorrow when her death was announced. Both Receiver Orman and Register Dameron eulogized her highly. She was efficient, conscientious, loyal, and patient, they said. And Mr. Dameron said he felt as tho he had lost a member of his own family, in the death of Miss Hendricks. Her life was consecrated to the welfare of the soldiers “over there,” he said. She has been prominent in the local Red Cross work having been one of the Instructors in the gauze rooms. It was not possible for her to work there in the day time so she volunteered her services as one of the teachers in the night classes. Miss Caroline Lee Hendricks is private secretary to the director of the supplies of the American Red Cross in Paris and in connection with her work there she has been doing canteen service also. Miss Hendricks is survived by Mrs. Crosby Hoar, of Denver; Mrs. P. Randolph Taylor of Washington, D.C., Miss Blanche Hendricks of Lynchburg, Va., and Miss Caroline Lee Hendricks. The interment was made in the family lot in Orange, Va., the old home of the deceased. Pueblo Chieftain – December 3, 1918 – Died in New York - Miss Jane Minor Hendricks, who died from the effects of influenza in New York on November 26. Miss Hendricks was an active Red Cross worker in Pueblo and was en route to France for Red Cross duty. She had secured a 30 days leave from the Pueblo land office, where she was head stenographer and typist, and had made application to the department at Washington for a year's leave without pay, that she might devote her services to the boys over there. She left Pueblo on November 10, and was to have sailed on November 19. She has been prominent in the local Red Cross work having been one of the instructors in the gauze rooms. It was not possible for her to work there in the day time so she volunteered her services as one of the teachers in the night classes. Note: Jane Minor Hendricks was buried in family lot in Graham Cemetery, Orange, Virginia. Pueblo Chieftain – January 1, 1919 – Four of Pueblo's Red Cross Workers Died – One Nurse Died When Hun Torpedo Sank Ship She Was Sailing On To France – Died in Active Service: Asbury White, front line canteen work; Phoebe Allen, Ft. Slocum; Died en Route: Jane Minor Hendricks, in New York; Died on Torpedoed Hospital Ship Llandorf Castle: Mabel Macdiermid, June 7, 1918. Pueblo county has a notable record in its contribution to the working personnel under the Red Cross both at home and abroad. Before the participation of our country in active fighting, there were residents of the Sunshine county at work wearing the badge of mercy. But in the last twenty months, forty-one women and three men have been accepted by the Red Cross for work at home and abroad. It must not be forgotten that to be fit for such work, candidates must pass a strict, even severe, examination and appraisement of qualifications, physical, mental and moral. The term moral meaning more than mere rectitude of action, and carrying all that subtle power of inspiring courage, and manifesting unflinching devotion under any circumstances…The location of these nurses and other workers is given from the last information at hand in the local office. A few are known to be in the service but not where they are at work… Mrs. Henry, the secretary of Pueblo chapter, has given much time to obtaining the data of service by checking up the records of the Pueblo nurses both here and at the state headquarters in Denver… The records available show that 23 workers were sent over seas, and eighteen were assigned to this country. The three men workers were all in foreign service. The names follow: … Other than nurses: Jane Minor Hendricks, died en route.

Hendricks, Robert L.
Robert L. Hendricks - Davis Mortuary - August 2008 - Robert L. Hendricks, November 4, 1932 - August 7, 2008 - Robert L. Hendricks of Ogallala, Nebraska departed this life on August 7, 2008 at the Medical Center of Aurora, Colorado. Robert was predeceased by his son, Dennis L. Hendricks. He is survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Janette Hendricks and his two daughters Kim Nguyen (Long) of Virginia Beach, VA and Janice Bassett (John) of Pueblo, CO and four grandchildren: Kelsey, Abigail, Taylor, and Jared. Robert was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. He attended Wayne State College studying mathematics and labor relations. Prior to moving to Ogallala in 1973, he worked at National Transit. He was a member of the Teamsters Union. After moving to Nebraska, he worked for Consolidated Freightways and co-owned and operated the Western Paradise Motel for 29 years. He was an active member of the Optimist Club and The Elk's Club for many years. He was an avid outdoorsman having a love to hunt and fish. He also loved football and coached youth baseball and football. His daughters wrote that “Dad's generosity and kind heart were an inspiration to his family. He lived his life with integrity and bravery.” At his and the family's request there will be no public memorial service. Arrangements and cremation have been handled by the Cotter Family's Davis Mortuary of Pueblo, Colorado.

Hendrickson, Albert W.
Albert W. Hendrickson - Pueblo Chieftain – October 28, 1918 – Father And Mother Both Are Victims of the 'Flu' – A week old baby and the 16-month-old brother survived both parents, who were victims of Spanish influenza. The father, Albert W. Hendrickson, age 31 years, died yesterday. The mother, Mrs. Alta Grace Hendrickson died Thursday. A mistake in a telegram received in Pueblo led to the supposition that the grandfather of the children, (the father of Mrs. Hendrickson, also had succumbed to the dread disease. The grandfather is Thomas H. Edwards of Wheeling, West Virginia, but the grandfather is not dead and is in Pueblo looking after the interests of the stricken family. While Mr. and Mrs. Hendrickson formerly were of Pueblo they had been residing in Helper, Utah, where Mr. Hendrickson was a locomotive engineer. Coming to Pueblo a few weeks ago, Mrs. Hendrickson was stricken with the influenza shortly after the baby was born. Her husband, hurrying to her bed side contracted the disease. A telegram from Mr. Edwards was garbled in transmission and when it arrived in Pueblo read "Return to Wheeling at once." It should have read, "Am leaving Wheeling at once." Mr. Edwards who had been employed by the Colo. Fuel and Iron Co., for many years, only recently accepted a position with a steel company in Wheeling, West Virginia, and the report of his death spread like wildfire among his many acquaintances at the steelworks. Besides his two small children, Mr. Hendrickson is survived by his father, A. Hendrickson, residing at 1409 Spruce St., two brothers, Lieut. Edwin Hendrickson, at Camp Funston, and Harry, who is confined to the family home with sickness. Deceased was a member of South Pueblo Lodge No. 31, A. F. & A. M., Pueblo Commandery No. 3, K. T., South Pueblo Chapter No. 12, Royal Arch Masons, and R. & S. M., No. 6, and the B. of L. F. & E. No. 59. The funerals of Mr. and Mrs. Hendrickson probably will be held Wednesday. The time will be announced later by Davis & Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – October 29, 1918 – The funeral of Albert W. Hendrickson and Mrs. Alta Grace Hendrickson will be held from the Davis & Vories Chapel this morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. H. T. Gary will officiate. Services will be private. Interment will be made in Roselawn Cemetery. Besides the surviving relatives previously mentioned in Mr. Hendrickson's death announcements, he has three sisters, Mrs. Annie Noel of 1229 Carteret Ave., Pueblo, Mrs. O. W. Morgan, Marietta, Pa., and Mrs. Lillie A. Sandstrom of San Juan, Texas. Services private. Pueblo Chieftain – October 30, 1918 – The funeral of Albert W. Hendrickson and Alta Grace Hendrickson was held in the Davis-Vories Chapel yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. H. T. Gary officiated. Mrs. L. M. Johnson and Mrs. George Litz sang "Sometime We'll Understand," and "God Will Take Care of You." The beautiful floral offerings surrounded and covered both caskets. The burial will take place this morning at Roselawn Cemetery. A message was received from Lieut. Edwin Hendrickson of Camp Funston, Kan., that he would be in Pueblo for the burial, so the burial was postponed until this morning. The pallbearers will be E. O. Phlegar, C. B. Crawford, A. T. Stewart, George Willock, J. W. Young, and Dave Atchison. Interment will be in Roselawn Cemetery. Services were private. Lieut. Hendrickson reached Pueblo last night and the burial will take place this morning at 9 o'clock.

Hendrickson, Alta Grace
Alta Grace Edwards Hendrickson – Pueblo Chieftain – October 25, 1918 – Alta Grace Edwards Hendrickson, age 31 years, died at a local hospital last night after a week's illness. Mrs. Hendrickson came to Pueblo six weeks ago to visit her sister, Mrs. J. W. Young at 817 South Union Ave., and was taken with a Spanish influenza one week ago. She is survived by her husband, Albert W. Hendrickson, who is sick with the same malady, and two children, a baby boy, one-week-old and a little girl 16 months old; also her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Edwards of Wheeling, West Virginia; four brothers, William and Thomas Edwards, who are with the A. E. F. in France and Charles and Jack Edwards of Bethlehem, Pa.; also two sisters, Mrs. Lucille Simmins, of Philadelphia, Pa., and Mrs. J. W. Young of Pueblo. Deceased was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Pueblo, and Homestead Chapter, O. A. S, of Homestead, Pa. just before her death occurred her mother received a telegram from the father requesting her to return to Wheeling at once on account of his condition which is considered serious. T. H. Edwards, father of the deceased, will be remembered by many Puebloans as for several years he was superintendent of the converter at the steelworks, leaving here a couple of years ago. The body is at Davis & Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – October 26, 1918 – The remains of Mrs. Alta Grace Hendrickson are being held at the Davis-Vories parlors, awaiting the arrival of her father, T. H. Edwards, of Wheeling, West Virginia. The funeral arrangements will be announced upon his arrival. Pueblo Chieftain – October 28, 1918 – Father And Mother Both Are Victims of the 'Flu' – A week old baby and the 16-month-old brother survived both parents, who were victims of Spanish influenza. The father, Albert W. Hendrickson, age 31 years, died yesterday. The mother, Mrs. Alta Grace Hendrickson died Thursday. A mistake in a telegram received in Pueblo led to the supposition that the grandfather of the children, (the father of Mrs. Hendrickson, also had succumbed to the dread disease. The grandfather is Thomas H. Edwards of Wheeling, West Virginia, but the grandfather is not dead and is in Pueblo looking after the interests of the stricken family. While Mr. and Mrs. Hendrickson formerly were of Pueblo they had been residing in Helper, Utah, where Mr. Hendrickson was a locomotive engineer. Coming to Pueblo a few weeks ago, Mrs. Hendrickson was stricken with the influenza shortly after the baby was born. Her husband, hurrying to her bed side contracted the disease. A telegram from Mr. Edwards was garbled in transmission and when it arrived in Pueblo read "Return to Wheeling at once." It should have read, "Am leaving Wheeling at once." Mr. Edwards who had been employed by the Colo. Fuel and Iron Co., for many years, only recently accepted a position with a steel company in Wheeling, West Virginia, and the report of his death spread like wildfire among his many acquaintances at the steelworks. Besides his two small children, Mr. Hendrickson is survived by his father, A. Hendrickson, residing at 1409 Spruce St., two brothers, Lieut. Edwin Hendrickson, at Camp Funston, and Harry, who is confined to the family home was sickness. Deceased was a member of South Pueblo Lodge No. 31, A. F. & A. M., Pueblo Commandery No. 3, K. T., South Pueblo Chapter No. 12, Royal Arch Masons, and R. & S. M., No. 6, and the B. of L. F. & E. No. 59. The funerals of Mr. and Mrs. Hendrickson probably will be held Wednesday. The time will be announced later by Davis & Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – October 29, 1918 – The funeral of Albert W. Hendrickson and Mrs. Alta Grace Hendrickson will be held from the Davis & Vories Chapel this morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. H. T. Gary will officiate. Services will be private. Interment will be made in Roselawn Cemetery. Besides the surviving relatives previously mentioned in Mr. Hendrickson's death announcements, he has three sisters, Mrs. Annie Noel of 1229 Carteret Ave., Pueblo, Mrs. O. W. Morgan, Marietta, Pa., and Mrs. Lillie A. Sandstrom of San Juan, Texas. Services private. Pueblo Chieftain – October 30, 1918 – The funeral of Albert W. Hendrickson and Alta Grace Hendrickson was held in the Davis-Vories Chapel yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. H. T. Gary officiated. Mrs. L. M. Johnson and Mrs. George Litz sang "Sometime We'll Understand," and "God Will Take Care of You." The beautiful floral offerings surrounded and covered both caskets. The burial will take place this morning at Roselawn Cemetery. A message was received from Lieut. Edwin Hendrickson of Camp Funston, Kan., that he would be in Pueblo for the burial, so the burial was postponed until this morning. The pallbearers will be E. O. Phlegar, C. B. Crawford, A. T. Stewart, George Willock, J. W. Young and Dave Atchison. Interment will be in Roselawn Cemetery. Services were private. Lieut. Hendrickson reached Pueblo last night and the burial will take place this morning at 9 o'clock.

Hendrickson, Ellen
Ellen Hendrickson - Pueblo Chieftain - March 1, 1917 - Ellen Hendrickson, age 59 years, and wife of Andrew Hendrickson died at the family residence 1409 Spruce Street early yesterday morning. The deceased came to the city 12 years ago and leaves many close friends to mourn her loss. The funeral will take place Friday afternoon at 1:45 from the residence and from St. James Episcopal at 2 o'clock. Interment will be made in Roselawn under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain - March 2, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Ellen Hendrickson will take place this afternoon at 1:45 from the late residence, 1403 Spruce Street, and at 2 o'clock from St. James Episcopal Church. Rev. Gustave A. C. Lehman will conduct the services. The interment will be at Roselawn Cemetery in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain - March 3, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Ellen Hendrickson took place yesterday afternoon at 1:45 from the late residence, 1409 Spruce Street and at 2 o'clock from the St. James Episcopal Church. Rev. Gustave A. C. Lehman conducted the services. The church choir sang "It is Not Death to Die," "There Is a Blessed Home," "Abide With Me." The services at the grave were exemplified by the Pansy Circle, Women of Woodcraft. The pall bearers were Maggie Margaret, Lillie Morton, Maggie Thomas, Margaret Jones, Jessie Fisher, and Sallie Dugan. The flower bearers were: Emma McKibbon, Helen Jones, Millie Anderson and Blanche Cook. The burial was in the family burial plot at Roselawn Cemetery in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Company.

Hendrickson, Paul Rodney
Paul Rodney Hendrickson - Pueblo Chieftain - September 20, 2009 - Paul Rodney Hendrickson, 79, born Oct. 21, 1929, went to be with the Lord on Sept. 17, 2009. He was preceded in death by his wife, Margaret; parents, Clarence and Johanne Hendrickson; brothers, Robert and Donald Hendrickson; and brother-in-law, John Wagner. He is survived by brother, Nelson (Arlys) Hendrickson; sisters, Clara Wagner, Marie (William) Nelsen; sisters-in-law, Ida Hendrickson, Elizabeth Driscoll, Mary Kay (Joe) Prutch, Betty Prince and Edyth Prince; also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and other family. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 22, St. Mary Catholic Church. Private family inurnment. Arrangements under the direction of Imperial Funeral Home.

Hendrix, Elsie M.
Elsie M. Hendrix - Pueblo Chieftain - October 3, 2010 - Elsie M. Hendrix passed away Sept. 30, 2010. She was born on Jan. 13, 1922, in Logan, Iowa. Preceded in death by her husband, Cliff Hendrix; and son, Michael D. Hendrix. Survived by sons, Wick (Judi) Hendrix and Dick Hendrix; daughter, Annella (Daniel) Dove; grandchildren, Nathaniel Hendrix and Jeannie (William) Arrell; and great-grandchildren, Michael and Giuliana Arrell. At her request cremation with no service. In lieu of donations, do something nice for yourself. Arrangements by Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Hendrix, Wanda Sue
Wanda Sue Hendrix - Pueblo Chieftain - July 3, 2013 - Wanda Sue Hendrix, 67, of Cave Creek, Ariz., passed away Monday, June 24, 2013. Susie is survived by husband, Dennis; daughters, Vonda, Heidi; sons, Mitch and Willy; one sister; six brothers; Pueblo family: mom Betty, Gary (Melody) and Dayna (Michelle). After her heroic fight with breast cancer in 2001, Susie faced a new battle with lymphoma cancer in 2012. Her strong will, undeniable strength and faith, along with love and prayers from family and friends carried her through eight more months. Susie passed peacefully with her loving husband of 37 years, Dennis; son, Will; and daughter-in-law, Cheriti at her side. Susie was born June 7, 1946, in Wartrace, Tenn. She worked for many years as a college instructor and as a seamstress and tailor at Saks Fifth Avenue and Brooks Brothers. Susie loved her family and her Shar-pei, Coco. She adored people and friends and never knew a stranger. Cremation and viewing will be private. A joyous celebration in memory of Susie's life will be held at 6:30 p.m. July 13, 2013, at their home, 5805 E. Ashler Hills Dr., Cave Creek, AZ 85331.

Henion, A. C.
A. C. Henion - Pueblo Chieftain – February 5, 1918 – A. C. Henion, age 88 years, died at a local hospital Sunday evening. The funeral will be held at the Whiton Chapel tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock and the burial will be in the family lot in Mountain View Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain – February 7, 1918 – The funeral of the late A. C. Henlon was held from the Whiton Chapel yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The burial was in the family lot in Mountain View Cemetery.

Henke, Harold
Harold Henke – Pueblo Chieftain – December 30, 1918 – Harold Henke, infant son of Mr. Mrs. W. M. Henke, died at a local hospital December 29. Body at McCarthy's. Pueblo Chieftain – December 31, 1918 – The funeral of Harold Henke will take place this morning at 10 o'clock from McCarthy's. Rev. August Brauer officiating. Burial at Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain – January 1, 1919 – The funeral of Harold Henke was held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock from the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Rev. August Brauer conducted the services; the burial was at Roselawn Cemetery.

Henkel, Henry C.
Henry C. Henkel – Pueblo Chieftain – October 22, 1919 – Henry C. Henkel of Pueblo Dies in Banning, Calif. – Henry C. Kinkel, only son of Honorable Charles Henkel of this city, and secretary and treasurer of the Henkel-Duke Mercantile Co., died yesterday morning at 10 o'clock at Banning, Calif., where he has spent most of his time the past 3 years in an effort to regain his lost health, brought on by an acute attack of pneumonia contracted in Los Angeles in 1915. Deceased was one of the best known and most popular young business men in Pueblo, having been born, reared, and educated in this city and his friends are legion, because all who knew him loved him because of his genial and kindly disposition and uniform and unfailing courtesy to all with whom he came in contact in either a social or business way. In the business world he was regarded as able and bright and only his failing health for the past few years of his life kept him from assuming the leadership in this business community which his talent enlisted him to occupy. In 1915 he went to Calif., believing that the change of climate would prove beneficial, but that fall, while living in Los Angeles, he contracted a severe cold, which developed into pneumonia, and for weeks his life hung in the balance. Then he became better and he went with his wife to Banning, Calif., and entered Dr. King's sanitarium. He began to mend but it was a long, hard fight, and not until last June, a year ago, did he feel able to return to Pueblo. He was looking and feeling well when he returned to the city, but he began to fail shortly after reaching here, and in a couple of months he and his wife returned to Banning and he again entered the sanitarium, where he has since remained. Some weeks ago he began to fail, and about 10 days ago his father left for Banning to visit his son, reaching their last Tuesday. He found Henry in a much more serious condition than he had anticipated – growing weaker rapidly and without hope for a rally, and yesterday morning at 10 o'clock he passed away, his faithful wife and loving father being with him at the last. His sister, Mrs. Josephine Daily was hurrying to her brother's bedside, accompanied by her husband, but did not arrive at Banning until last night – too late to tell him "Goodbye." Deceased was born in Pueblo in 1874, and was 45 years old at the time of his death. Upon graduating from college he entered the offices of the Henkel-Duke Mercantile Co., and became secretary-treasurer of the company, a position he still held at the time of his death. On June 7, 1910 he was married to Miss Helen Collins of Los Angeles, Calif. who has been with her husband throughout his 3 years of sickness, watching over him with devoted tenderness and she survives him. He is also survived by his father, Hon. Charles Henkel, head of the Henkel-Duke Mercantile Co., of this city, and 3 sisters: Mrs. Ernest Abell and Mrs. James M Daily, of Pueblo, and Mrs. H. W. Quesnal, of Spokane, Wash., besides many other relatives in this city. It is not known when the funeral will be held but it is thought the body will be brought here for interment, and the funeral announcement will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain – October 24, 1919 – Henkel Funeral to Be at Los Angeles Today – The funeral of the late Henry Henkel, Sec.-Treas. of the Henkel-Duke Mercantile Co., of this city, will take place at Los Angeles, Calif., this forenoon. This information was received by Pueblo relatives yesterday. Charles Henkel, father, and Mrs. J. M. Daily, sister of the deceased are both in the Calif. city, and the wife of the deceased and the members of her family, since residing there, it was decided not to bring the body back to Pueblo for interment. Pueblo Chieftain – October 29, 1919 – Persons and Events – Mr. and Mrs. James M. Dailey accompanying their father, Mr. Charles Henkel, returned Monday from Los Angeles, Cal., where they were called by the illness and death of Mr. Henry Henkel.

Henkel, Richard L.
Richard L. Henkel - Pueblo Chieftain - September 7, 2011 - Richard L. Henkel, affectionately known as “Pa,” 84, passed away Sept. 4, 2011. Longtime resident of Pueblo since 1966. Survived by his loving wife of 62 years, Betty; children, Richard Henkel, Kathy Chavez, Cindy (Phil) Marmolejo, Debbie (George) Morrone; grandchildren, Paul (Jessica), Nicholas, Kyle, Connor, Julian, Ryan, Kayla, Anastacia, Alexa and Madison. He served in the U.S. Army and retired in 1987 from the Army Depot after 42 years of service. Viewing, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, and funeral service, 10 a.m. Friday, both at Imperial funeral Home Chapel. Special thanks to Sangre de Cristo Hospice and Parkview Medical Center, 5-East, for all their loving care. Arrangements, Imperial Funeral Home.

Hennessey, Helen Irene
Helen Irene Koonce Hennessey - Pueblo Chieftain - March 8, 2009 - Helen Irene Koonce Hennessey, 97, passed away on March 5, 2009. Service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery.

Hennessey, Patrick W.
Patrick W. Hennessey - Denver Evening Post - September 22, 1899 - A Brother With Little Sympathy - Glenwood Springs, Sept. 22 - Patrick W. Hennessey, from Providence, R. I., who was taken to the insane asylum from here last week, is dead. A letter from a friend, who was seeking to alleviate the measures taken for the man's welfare, has written that Peter Hennessey, his brother, who is reputed to be worth $15,000 to $20,000 and is a resident of Providence, refuses to give a cent to care for the person of the dead man. The disposition of Hennessey's remains will probably be left to the insane asylum officials. There appears to be no doubt that Hennessey was a fine workman as a gold and silver chaser. His tools, now in the hands of the sheriff, are of the finest quality. Members of his club in Providence took the matter up and only refused to further contribute when his brother stated that he would not give anything for the care of a man who was on the quick road to death. Eastern philosophy and the ties of blood relationship seem very odd to those who have tried to make easy the last moments of the stranger.

Hennessy, Roberta E.
Roberta E. Hennessy – Pueblo Chieftain – April 30, 1917 – Mrs. Hennessy Dies – Born in Pueblo, Thirty-three Years Ago, and Always Resided Here – Mrs. Roberta E. Hennessy, age 33 years, a widely known young woman and native of Pueblo, died yesterday morning at a local hospital following an illness of brief duration. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilmunder, Mrs. Hennessy was born and raised in this city, attending the schools here. She is survived by her parents, her husband James P. Hennessy and 2 children, Pauline Mary and James Robert, all residing at the family residence, 847 East Evans Ave. The body is being cared for at the McCarthy Undertaking parlors and the funeral announcement will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain - May 2, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Roberta E. Hennessy took place yesterday morning at 8:30 from the McCarthy Funeral Chapel and at 9:15 from St. Patrick's Church. Rev. Father Drean said mass for the dead. The pall bearers were Frank Hilderbrand, Charles Hilderbrand, Loren Wade, Ralph Long, Tim Engleman, and Joseph Littlejohn. Flower bearers were Mrs. Littlejohn, Mrs. Engleman, Mrs. Davis, and Miss Hilderbrand. Interment was in the family lot at Mountain View in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Company.

Henning, Amelia
Amelia Henning - Pueblo Indicator - May 30, 1914 - Mrs. Amelia Henning aged sixty-three died at her home, 3776 Dunkeld place. She had been a resident of Denver for four years.

Henning, Martha
Martha Henning – Pueblo Chieftain – December 27, 1917 – Mrs. Martha Henning, age 36 years, died yesterday at a local hospital, deceased is survived by her sister, Mrs. J. H. Henning of Thomasville, Colorado. The body is at Davis-Vories.

Hennum, Burton A.
Burton A. Hennum - Pueblo Chieftain - December 12, 2012 - Burton A. Hennum joined our Heavenly Father on Sunday, Dec 9, 2012. Born on Dec. 27, on a homestead near Winnett, Mont., to Leo and Rosa (Fordahl) Hennum. He married Beatrice “Bea” Todd in 1942 in Jefferson City, Mo. They adopted one son, Robert, in 1948. They both preceded Mr. Hennum in death; along with his parents, three brothers and one sister. Burton leaves to cherish his memory, sister, Rosella (Robert) Fusfeld; nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends; his loving caregivers, Teresa DeChant and Claudia Stubenrouch; and his church family. When Burton was 9 years old, his family moved to Wanamingo, Minn., where he lived until he was 17 years old and graduated from Rochester High School in 1933. After high school, he worked at Civilian Concentration Corp. in northern Minnesota and in 1936, he began working at Rochester Post Office as a letter carrier. In 1941, he was drafted into the Army and spent 1 1/2 years in Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and then 2 1/2 years in the Pacific (Hawaii, New Guinea, Philippines and Korea). While in Hawaii, he was awarded the Bronze Star for Meritorious Service. In 1946, he was honorably discharged. He then went back to working at the post office in Rochester, Minn., and retired in 1971. He remained a lifetime member of the Rochester Post Office. Mr. Hennum and his family moved to Pueblo, Colo., in 1972 and lived here the remainder of his life. He worked at Davis Mortuary from 1972 to 1978. Then he volunteered at the SRDA assisting the elderly with income taxes for the next 27 years. He was a devoted and active member of King of Kings Lutheran Church and participated for many years in Social Ministry and Thimbles and Patches Quilting. He made many lap robes over the past several years for senior citizens, shut-in members and first-year college students from the church, children with leukemia traveling to Denver for chemo treatments and most recently, a man from California dying from cancer. He recycled everything including aluminum and iron to donate to WELCA for Ronald McDonald Homes. These are all testaments of Burton's big heart to reach out to so many in need! Cremation has taken place. A memorial service celebrating his life will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 14, 2012, at King of Kings Lutheran Church, 2561 Vinewood Lane. Mr. Hennum will be laid to rest next to his wife, Bea, in Rochester, Minn., at a later date. In lieu of food and flowers, donations in memory of Burt are suggested to the King of Kings Capitol Campaign.

Henriques, Joseph B.
Joseph B. Henriques - Pueblo Chieftain - April 27, 2011 - Joseph B. Henriques, of Pueblo, Colo., died peacefully in his sleep April 25, 2011, at the home of his sister in Bethel, Conn. Joseph was born Nov. 29, 1931, in Danbury, Conn., to the late Maria Generosa and Jose Bernardo Henriques. He graduated from Danbury High School in 1950 and the University of Connecticut in 1954, with a degree in electrical engineering. Upon graduation, he went to work for Ford's Aerospace Division in Long Island, N.Y., and Huntsville, Ala., until 1961. He then went to work for the Bendix Corporation's Navigation & Control Systems in Orlando, Fla., working on the U.S. Army's Pershing Missile Program through 1967. Bendix transferred him to work with Martin Marietta on the NASA Skylab program in Denver, Colo., until 1976. In 1976, he settled in Pueblo, Colo., to work with the Bendix support team of the Pueblo Army Depot. After retirement, Joe divided his time between his home in Pueblo and the home of his sister in Bethel, Conn. Joe was an avid skier and enjoyed playing golf, as well as traveling to visit family in Brazil and Portugal. He was a member of the Portuguese Cultural Center in Danbury, The Italian Club in Pueblo, The Romeo Club and the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Joe is survived by his twin brother, Edward Henriques of Danbury; his sister, Marie Salgado of Bethel; nephews, Edward Salgado of New Britain, Richard Salgado of Farmington, Thomas Salgado of Danbury, Peter Salgado and partner, Kip Saucier of Pennsylvania, Mark Henriques and wife, Patricia of Danbury. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in his memory to The Sons of Portugal Scholarship Fund, c/o Portuguese Cultural Center, 65 Sandpit Road, Danbury, CT 06810. Donations may also be made in his memory to the American Cancer Society. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Friday at St. Peter Church, Danbury. The family will receive friends from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Green Funeral Home, 57 Main St., Danbury.

Henry, Ernest
Ernest Henry - Pueblo Chieftain - October 12, 2011 - Ernest Henry, 77, entered the presence of our Lord on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011, in Apache Junction, Ariz. He was born to Clyde and Mae Henry in Boswell, Pa., on Nov. 16, 1933. Ernie lived in Pueblo from 1988 until 2004, when he moved to Arizona and battled a long illness. He enjoyed golfing and polka dancing. Memorial services will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 14, 2011, at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, Colo. Fellowship will follow at the Presbyterian Church of Broomfield, 350 Main St., Broomfield, Colo. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to the COPD Foundation.

Henry, Geneva B.
Geneva B. Henry - Wichita Eagle - December 21, 2004 - Geneva B. Henry, 81, passed away Sunday, Dec. 19, 2004 at Midland Hospice House. She was born April 30, 1923 at Hutchinson, the daughter of Glenn D. and Lorena G. Brown. She attended public schools in the Hutchinson area as well as Hutchinson Jr. College, Kansas State Teachers College in Emporia and the University of Kansas, graduating in 1945. She worked for the Hutchinson Board of Education for 12 years. She then moved to Topeka and went to work for the Topeka Board of Education until 1966. She worked at Washburn University as Associate Registrar, retiring in 1981. She was an active member of First United Methodist Church, where she sang for many years in the sanctuary choir. She was a member of the Breakfast Club Sunday School Class. She and her husband were frequent volunteers for clerical work in the church office. She was also a member of the Washburn University Retired employee's Club, and the BNSF Retired Employee's Club. She was a charter member and past director of the Santa Fe Singers, a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Chapter #464 and a member of the YWCA. She married Albert E. Henry Jr. on Aug. 5, 1961 in Topeka, KS. He survives. Other survivors include: stepson, Albert E. Henry III and his wife, Joanne of Colorado City, CO; nephew, Jefferson Melland Brown and his wife, Kathleen of Pinedale, WY; nieces, Regan Marie Brown of Austin, TX, Rebecca Lee Pyle and her husband, George and two sons, Graham and MacGeorge of Salt Lake City, UT, Cordelia Brown and her husband, Robert and her son, Max Howig and stepdaughter, Carolyn Brown of Lawrence, KS. Mrs. Henry will lie in state after 2 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 22, 2004 at Penwell-Gabel Mid Town Chapel, where the family will greet friends from 7 to 8 p.m. that evening. A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 23, 2004 at Klasse Chapel of First United Methodist Church with burial to follow at Westlawn Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to Midland Hospice House, 200 SW Frazier Circle, Topeka, KS 66606 or to the C.A.T. Association of Topeka, 1719 SW Gage Blvd., Topeka, KS 66604.

Henry, Leland Blaine
Leland Blaine Henry – Pueblo Chieftain – November 6, 1918 – Leland Blaine Henry, age 3 years, died at the family home, 1601 Routt Ave., early yesterday morning. The body was sent to Esbon, Kan., yesterday afternoon at 4:45 o'clock by the Davis-Vories Undertaking Co.

Henry, Mabel S.
Mabel S. Henry - Pueblo Indicator - March 5, 1932 - Mrs. Mabel S. Henry Passed To Beyond - Mrs. Mabel S. Henry, for many years director of the Steel Works Y, passed away Saturday, February 20, following an operation. As head of the women's department she had accomplished a great deal for the welfare of the wives and daughters of steelworkers employes. She was tireless in her devotion to the work in hand, and found time to give to the unemployment situation. She was the wife of William Henry of 1617 West 30th street. Funeral services were held at the Y auditorium and were largely attended. George M. Kirk, industrial relations representative of the company, delivered an eulogy. Rev. H.C. Benjamin officiated. A quartet, composed of Thomas A. Christian, Robert M. Miller, Miss Verna Rodell, and Mrs. C. S. Ainsley, accompanied by Miss Mabel Stackus, sang “Abide With Me” and “Still, Still With Thee.” Mrs. W. H. Bailey, accompanied by Mrs. J. B. Sapp, sang “My Task.” Pallbearers were Robert S. Gast, L. F. Quigg, A. J. Diamond, George M. Kirk, Thomas F. Wilson, F. E. Parks, Ben A. Carlile, and Jack Thatcher.

Henry, Malcomb B.
Malcomb B. Henry - Pueblo Chieftain - September 13, 1917 - C. F. Proudfoot left yesterday for Decatur, Ill., to attend the funeral of Malcomb B. Henry, formerly of this city, who died early yesterday morning at Cincinnati, Ohio, following an operation performed on September 9. Henry has resided in Pueblo for a number of years and was employed at the Standard Fire Brick Company. He left Pueblo only a few months ago.

Henry, Mary Ann
Mary Ann Henry - Pueblo Chieftain – April 14, 1918 – The remains of Mrs. Mary Ann Henry, who died in this city yesterday, were forwarded last night by T. G. McCarthy to Walsenburg, Colo. for interment.

Henry, Myrtle
Myrtle Henry - Pueblo Chieftain - April 22, 1917 - Mrs. Henry Dies - Popular North Side Matron Succumbs After Protracted Illness - Mrs. Malcom B. Henry, 33 years of age, 421 West Twenty-first Street, died at the family home, late yesterday afternoon. She had been ill for a number of years, but during the past month her condition had been considered particularly grave. Her husband is the cashier at the Standard Fire Brick Company. Mrs. Myrtle Taylor Henry was born in Decatur, Ill., October 17, 1884. On October 19, 1916, she was married. She was attended until the last by her devoted mother, Mrs. Annie McGowan. Mrs. Henry had resided in Pueblo five years and had made many friends, who greatly admired her for the many splendid qualities she possessed. She had a particularly beautiful voice, well trained, and many had admired her voice. She was a graduate of the James Milligan School of Music at Decatur. She is survived by her husband and her mother, residing at the family home. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock from the home. Dr. H. C. Gary of the First Presbyterian Church will conduct the services. At 4:30 o'clock the body will be forwarded by the United Undertaking Company to Decatur, where interment will take place. Pueblo Chieftain - April 23, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Myrtle Henry will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence, 427 West Twenty-First Street. Rev. Hugh Gary will conduct the services. Immediately after the services the body will be forwarded by the United Undertaking Company to Decatur, Ill., accompanied by the husband and the mother. Pueblo Chieftain - April 24, 1917 - The funeral of Myrtle Taylor Henry was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence, 427 W. 21st Street. Rev. Hugh Gary conducted the services. Mrs. H. M. Thompson sang "His Eyes on the Sparrow," and "So I Can Wait." The pall bearers were Frank Capers, M. D. Pannebaker, Frank Mortenson, Joel T. Traylor, Tom Lewis, and Dr. C. W. Maynard. The body was then escorted to the depot by the pall bearers and Masons, and was forwarded by the United Undertaking Company to Decatur, Ill., accompanied by the husband.

Henry, Robert L.
Robert L. "Bob" Henry - Pueblo Chieftain - April 7, 2009 - Robert L. "Bob" Henry, 80, passed away April 5, 2009. Preceded in death by parents, Richard and Ida Henry; his wife, Lucille F. Henry; brothers, Charles and James Henry; sisters, Ida Elizabeth, Betty Lou and Cora Henry. Survived by daughter, Cathi (Henry) Consolino; and her husband, Tony J. of Traverse City, Mich.; granddaughter, Margie (Consolino) Jacobs and her husband, Brent, and great-granddaughter, Catie Jacobs, of Lansing, Mich.; grandson, Tony P. Consolino and wife, Mischa, and great-grandson, Tony M. Consolino, of Traverse City, Mich.; stepdaughter, Joan Heinbuch, and husband, Roy, of Pueblo, Colo.; step-granddaughter, Leslie (Heinbuch) Carlson and husband, Scott, and step-great-grandchildren, Adriana, Colton, Jesse, Anneliese and Emma Carlson of Pueblo, Colo. Bob served in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Topeka and USS Iowa. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 1207 Pueblo Boulevard Way, Pueblo, CO 81005. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens, with military honors presented by Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Hensal, Angel
Angel DeSalvo Hensal - Pueblo Chieftain - November 8, 2009 - Angel DeSalvo Hensal, loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and sister passed away peacefully Nov. 2, 2009. Angel was preceded in death by her mother, Josephine Todero DeSalvo; and father, Carl DeSalvo; along with brothers and sisters, Capt. Russell DeSalvo, Francis Taravella, Anthony DeSalvo, Lucille Tizarelli, Ciro DeSalvo, Joseph DeSalvo (her twin) and Pettrina Biggi. Survived by sister, Helen Stuka. Her daughters are Jennifer Cortner and Cynthia Renier; and grandchildren, Melanie Ness, Christopher Ness, Angela Engel and Stosh Cortner; great-grandchildren are Grace Engel, Sophie Engel, Dylan Ness and Joshua Ness. Angel was devoted to the loving care of her family. They were the light of her life. She began her civil service career at the Pueblo Army Depot, and retired from Fort Carson where she was a procurement supervisor. We, along with numerous nieces and nephews, turn her sweet soul over to the angels that guard her. Rosary, 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 8, 2009, and funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 9, 2009; both at the Shrine of St. Therese. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery with a reception to follow at Shrine of St. Therese. She carried us through life, now we carry her home. Arrangements under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hensch, Curtis
Curtis Hensch - Pueblo Chieftain - July 20, 2009 - Curtis Hensch, 63, passed away July 17. Services in Brighton, Colo.

Hensel, Levia
Levia “Bona” Hensel - Pueblo Chieftain - January 13, 1991 - Kansas Visitor Became Historical Figure in Southern Colorado - When the first Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad passenger train came rolling into Pueblo in March 1876, nearly all the passengers were Kansas newsmen and women who were enjoying a hilarious free load. One rider, Levia "Bona" Hensel, was a frequent contributor to the Kansas City Times. He chose to remain in Pueblo and went to work for The Pueblo Chieftain as an advertising and subscription salesman. He also wrote articles about the areas he visited and signed them "Bona." Hensel acquired his nickname in boyhood because his ability to win snowball fights was as keen as that of Napoleon Bonaparte in winning wars. Hensel was born in Ohio in 1832 and worked his way westward. During the Civil War, he was a first lieutenant in Capt. Blackburn's Company G, 13th Kansas Volunteers, which fought the Confederate force operating in Missouri and Arkansas. It didn't take long for Hensel to become well acquainted in Colorado. His readers soon realized that he had that rare ability to remember every person he met and to recognize him at another place five years later. Hensel covered the first session of the Colorado Legislature in December 1876. He traveled in the San Juans in 1877. He also spent considerable time in 1877 and 1878 in Lake County and what now is Chaffee County. He informed the world of the great carbonate discovery in Lake County and was greatly disappointed when supporters reneged on a promise to back him in a newspaper enterprise. When Nick Creede discovered the Monarch mining district, Bona went to report on what was there. He also went to Telluride, the Uncompahgre Valley, the San Luis Valley, Trinidad, Walsenburg, South Park, down the Arkansas River to Dodge City and points in between. He traveled by train whenever possible, but much of the time he rode in a wagon, on a burro, horse and probably did some walking. He stayed overnight in hotels, as the guest of a rancher's family or in a miner's cabin. In 1878, settlers from Poncha Springs to Helena (near Buena Vista) and Cleora (near Salida) gathered at a Dr. Wright's place for a July Fourth celebration. Hensel showed up, gave an impromptu address and, at the end of the day, caught a ride to Poncha Springs. Hensel settled in Silver Cliff for a time in the early 1880s. He did some mining, operated a newspaper and continued to keep Chieftain readers informed. One son expressed desire to be a farmer and Hensel used his homestead rights as a Civil War veteran to obtain the title to the old town of Titusville in Custer County. Hensel and his first wife divorced in the early 1880s. He later married Mrs. L.A. Caffell, a Pueblo resident. They lived about 10 years near her children in Espanola, N.M., and The Chieftain received an occasional dispatch from there. They later built a home on Abriendo Avenue and returned here. Hensel died here in 1911.

Hensler, Paul
Paul Hensler - Pueblo Indicator - January 11, 1930 - Paul Hensler, retired steel worker, 66 years old, died January 2.

Henson, Heather Lea
Heather Lea (McFarland) Henson - Pueblo Chieftain - October 27, 2011 - Heather Lea (McFarland) Henson passed away Friday, Oct. 21, 2011. Heather was born in Bartlesville, Okla., on Oct. 10, 1965, and spent most of her adult life in Tulsa, Okla. She moved to Colorado in 2007. Heather was preceded in death by her mother, Betty Jo Richardson and is survived by her father and stepmother, Dr. and Mrs. James McFarland; two brothers, Jim and Paul McFarland; three sisters, Kim Toulouse, Keven Woodall and Crissy Swaim; her husband of 10 years, RC "Scootr" Henson; two stepchildren, three step-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Heather was a true biker. She was a member of Bikers Against Child Abuse for over a decade and was currently the chapter secretary of the Fremont County Chapter of B.A.C.A. Heather loved riding her motorcycle, bluegrass music and OU Sooners football. A celebration of Heather's life will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011, at Victory Life Ministries, 2315 Sprague Ave., Pueblo, Colo. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to B.A.C.A., 113 Latigo Lane, Suite D PMB 180, Canon City, CO 81212 (please make checks payable to B.A.C.A. and write "In memory of Heather" in the memo line).

Henson, John
John Henson - Pueblo Chieftain - August 7, 2011 - John Henson, 67, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on Aug. 3, 2011. He was preceded in death by his wife, Judy Henson; and parents, Sheler and Edna Lucille Henson. John is survived by his children, Tammy (Mike) Boesel, Lisa (Bill) Baker and Darla Henson; grandchildren, Vanessa and Billy Baker; numerous extended family and friends. John was a proud veteran of the United States Navy. He was a member of First United Methodist Church. He was involved with numerous organizations including the Masons, Al Kaly Shrine, 4-H, Southern Colorado Consistory and President of District United Methodist Church men's group. John retired from the City of Fountain Utilities. Memorial contributions may be made in John's memory to the First United Methodist Church. Viewing, 1 to 3 p.m. today, Romero Chapel. Graveside service, 10 a.m. Monday, Roselawn Cemetery. Military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.

Henson, Judy
Judy Henson - Pueblo Chieftain - January 9, 2009 - Judy Henson passed away unexpectedly Jan. 7, 2009. She was preceded in death by her parents; mother-in-law, Edna Lucille Henson; and sister, Maxine. Survived by her husband, John; daughters, Tammy (Mike) Boesel, Lisa (Bill) Baker and Darla; two grandchildren, Vanessa and Billy; sister, Karen Pease; nieces, Kim and Debbie; many extended family members. Judy had worked in food service for District 70 and St. Mary-Corwin Hospital. She was also a member of Avondale United Methodist Church. Judy loved people and always gave rather than received. Graveside service, 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 10, 2009, Roselawn Cemetery.

Henson, Linda Ann
Linda Ann Henson - Pueblo Chieftain - May 26, 2007 - Linda Ann Henson, age 59, passed away May 21, 2007, in Pueblo, Colo. She was born on Nov. 28, 1947, in Denver, Colo., to Mary Lynn (Roberts) Avery. Linda was a hard-working person that loved to provide for her children and grandchildren, she was a very selfless person that would give to anyone, even though life wasn't easy for her. She enjoyed going to yard sales in her spare time, and Cripple Creek when she could. She was preceded in death by sister, Oralea Tensley. Linda is survived by mother, Mary Lynn Avery; children, Terry Futamata and Anthony Henson; grandchildren, Tyler Henson, Adam Futamata, Kristen Futamata, Melissa Futamata and Jessica Futamata; brothers, Ralph Terry and Landon Avery; and very dear friends, Francis (Elmer) Montgomery. Special thanks to Gary Tensley and Ruth Ann Tensley for their support. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 1207 Pueblo Boulevard Way, Pueblo, CO, 81005. At her request, there will be no service.

Henthoin, Walter
Walter Henthoin - Wray Rattler - January 20, 1911 - Walter Henthoin, one of the oldest engineers of the Rio Grande system, died at St. Mary's hospital in Pueblo, as the result of injuries received when his engine turned over near Trinidad Jan. 10.

Hepburn, Rebecca E.
Rebecca E. Hepburn - Pueblo Indicator - September 15, 1934 - Valley Drive - Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dotson spent last Thursday in Pueblo. While there they attended the funeral of Mrs. Rebecca E. Hepburn, Pueblo's oldest pioneer, at which Mr. Dotson was a pallbearer.

Herbel, Maxine
Maxine Smith Herbel - Hutchinson News - July 14, 2000 - Maxine Smith Herbel, 82, died July 12, 2000, at Huerfano Medical Center, Walsenburg, Colo. She was born Jan. 21, 1918, at Hugoton, the daughter of Robert Leslie Sr. and Ethyl Lahey Smith. A lifetime area resident, she was a homemaker. She belonged to United Methodist Church, Hugoton. On July 24, 1938, she married Charles E. "Chuck" Herbel at Hugoton. He died July 4, 1997. Survivors include two sons. Stephen R., Shreveport, La. and Charles Herbel.

Herbert, Gavin (Infant of)
Infant Herbert – Pueblo Chieftain – July 11, 1919 – Gavin, infant of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, died July 10. Burial at 10 this morning at Mountain View under the direction of Davis & Vories.

Herbert, Washington
Washington Herbert - Huerfano Journal - January 10, 2014 - Washington Herbert, age 81, of Aurora, passed away Tuesday, December 24, 2013. He was born on June 17, 1932, to the late William and Salomi Herbert in Dehradun, India. Washington is survived by his loving wife Usha Herbert; children William K. (Katie) Herbert and Meena A. (Paul) Vieyra; grandsons Alexander J. Herbert, James R. Herbert, Matthew J. Herbert, Christopher J. Vieyra and Noah A. Vieyra; siblings Wellington (Evangeline) Herbert, Veda Herbert, Vertuza (Mohammed) Qureshi, Verbina (Sunil) Osmond, and Winston (Sushil) Herbert. He also had numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, sister Viola Lall and brother-in-law Rev. Benson Lall. Washington was the oldest of seven children. He earned a bachelor's degree in science in 1953. After teaching for one year he earned his teacher's training degree and continued to teach for eight more years at the high school level. In August of 1962, Washington relocated to Denver, Colorado to pursue a master's degree in religious education (MRE) from the Iliff School of Theology. In 1967 he accepted a position at John Mall High School in Walsenburg, Colorado while working on a master's degree in chemistry at the University of Denver. Washington continued teaching chemistry and physical sciences in Walsenburg until retiring in 1991. Washington's desire for education never ceased. Upon retirement he relocated to Trinidad, Colorado so that he might pursue his desire to learn painting. He enrolled in Trinidad State Junior College where he began to attend painting courses. His focus was on oil and pastel mediums. In 2000, Washington and Usha settled in Denver so that they may be closer to their children and grandchildren. A Memorial Service for Washington was held on Saturday, December 28, 2013 beginning at 11:00 AM at Smoky Hill United Methodist Church, 19491 E Smoky Hill Rd, Centennial, CO 80015. Please visit www.horancares.com to share memories of Washington and messages of condolence with his family.

Herburger, George E.
George E. Herburger - Pueblo Chieftain - May 4, 2014 - George E. Herburger, Pueblo resident of 72 years, went to be with Jesus Dec. 3, 2013. Born in E-Town, N.M. Preceded by parents, Joseph and Lucia Herburger; siblings, Joseph, John, George, Ernest, Jamie, Roy, Virginia, Augusta, Rosanna Herburger and Margaret Archuleta. Survived by nephews, Doug and William Anschutz of the family home; and his brother's/sister's children: Magdalen/Greg Pineda, Lucy Larkins, Elizabeth Vasquez, Virginia Cortez, Kathrine Casebeer, Carol/Jim Hanson, Evelyn/Tony Garcia, Roy/Patsy, Joe/Janet, Ted, Theresa, Steve/Elaine, John/Marriane Herburger, Viola/Nick Flores, Robert/Patty Archuleta; sisters-in-law, Anna and Dora Herburger; numerous great-nieces and nephews. He was greatly loved and will forever be in our hearts. Graveside service, 12:30 p.m. May 9, Roselawn Cemetery, 1706 Roselawn Road.

Herburger, Roy William Sr.
Roy William Herburger Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - December 5, 2010 - Roy William Herburger Sr., 85 of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on Dec. 2, 2010. He is survived by his loving wife, Dora; children, Roy W. (Patricia) Herburger Jr., Katherine Casebeer, Emily (Augustine) Maestas, Diana (Elmer) Quintana, Joseph(Janet) Herburger; 14 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren; brother, George Herburger; several nieces and nephews; his family in Christ from St. Anne's Catholic Church and lap companion, Maizy. Roy was preceded in death by son, Edward Lawrence Herburger; grandson, Phillip Herburger; great-granddaughter, Jessica Maestas; his parents and brothers. Viewing, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 6, 2010, at the funeral home. Rosary, 7 p.m. Monday, St. Anne's Church. Funeral Mass, 1 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010, St. Anne's Church. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Arrangements under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Heresch, Louis
Louis Heresch - Pueblo Chieftain – November 26, 1918 – Lewis Heresch, age 29 years, died November 25 at a local hospital.

Hergert, Barbara P.
Barbara P. Hergert - Pueblo Chieftain - May 14, 2009 - Barbara P. Hergert, 69, born June 8, 1939; passed away May 11, 2009. She is survived by husband, Gerald D. Hergert; children, Brian (Cynthia) and Erin (Gene) Ragulsky; grandchildren, Alicia, Taylor, Bryson and Seth. At her request, no services will be held. In lieu of food and flowers, please make donations to the Fore-A-Breast Foundation, 800 W. Second St., Pueblo, CO 81003. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Herlyck, Elsie
Elsie Louise Herlyck - Pueblo Chieftain - January 27, 2013 - Elsie Louise Herlyck, 87, passed away Jan. 25, 2013, in Pueblo. “GG” (that's what we all called her) loved and enjoyed all her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. GG was the person that all of the family would go to when they needed a friend. GG enjoyed making photo books and quilts. She also enjoyed the newspaper, making sure she had up-to-date information about friends and family. She was preceded in death by her husband, Angus Herlyck; and brother, John Smrdu. She is survived by her sister, Margie (Allen) Russell; daughters, Jane (Wayne) Powell and Judy Harrison; grandchildren, John (Shawna) Pinckard, Julie Neal, Janie (John) Norrie, Kenneth (Lacie) Powell; great-grandchildren, MaKennon, Molly, Hunter, Ethan, Elena, Ian and Warner; great-great-grandchildren, Amaya and Aliya; special friends, Donna Ray Mangum, Frances Friel and Mary Folk. Donations may be made to Frontier Hospice in GG's memory through the funeral home office. Viewing will be 4 to 7 p.m., Monday. Funeral service will be 2 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013, both to be held at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Herman, Adolph W.
Adolph W. Herman - Pueblo Chieftain - August 19, 2012 - Adolph W. Herman, 92, passed away Aug. 16, 2012. He is predeceased by his sisters, Theresa Secora and Mary Ewert. Survived by his wife, Marylyn; children, Norma (Lance) Verhoeff, Daniel Herman, and Edward (Cindy) Herman; grandchildren, Paul, Mark, and John Irvin; and brother, Steve J. Herman. Adolph served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. He loved painting, wood carving, fishing and hunting. He belonged to the Shrine of St. Therese, where a memorial service will be held 10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2012, with inurnment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Donations may be made to either the Shrine of St. Therese Building Fund or the Bruce McCandless Colorado Veterans Home in Florence, both through the funeral home. Arrangements, T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Herman, Delpha M.
Delpha M. Herman - Pueblo Chieftain - December 27, 2009 - Delpha M. Herman passed away Dec. 21, 2009, in Pueblo. Delpha was born Jan. 31, 1917, near Calhan in El Paso County, Colo., one of nine children, to Archie and Alice Masters. Delpha was a homemaker. She loved sewing, cooking, music and dancing, but most of all she loved her family and supporting their activities. She was truly a partner in running the family cattle ranch with her husband, Henry, until his death. She also worked as a lab tech for sugar companies and did bookkeeping for the SE Sugar City Pipeline for many years. She will be greatly missed. Delpha was preceded in death by her parents; her husband Henry; all eight of her siblings; and her grandson, Kent. Her survivors include her daughter, Carol M. Queener-Berg and her husband, Larry; son, Donald H. Herman; four grandchildren, Dr. Carrie Switzer, Pamela Herman, Dr. Lynnette Jacobsen and Jennifer Blood; six great-grandchildren, Katie, Anna, Hope, Elliana, Josh and Ava; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Funeral service, 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2009, St. Paul Lutheran Church, Sugar City. Interment will follow in the Lakeview Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Delpha's name to the Alzheimer's Association through the mortuary.

Herman, Henry (Mrs.)
Mrs. Henry Herman – Pueblo Chieftain – September 5, 1917 – Mrs. Henry Herman Dies in New York – A telegram received at noon yesterday by William Smith, secretary of the Herman Mercantile Company, from A. Alfred Herman in New York City, announced briefly the death of his mother, Mrs. Henry Herman, which occurred early Tuesday morning. No details were given. Mr. and Mrs. A. Alfred Herman left for New York a week ago on receipt of news announcing the serious illness of the deceased. They arrived there on the Saturday following their departure from Pueblo, but from the first the attending physician gave little hope for the recovery of the deceased. Mrs. Henry Herman was well and favorably known in this community where she lived for years. She was loved and esteemed by a wide circle of Pueblo friends and her death will be sincerely regretted by all who knew her. Pueblo Chieftain – September 11, 1917 – Return From Sad Trip – Death Of the Aged Mother of the Herman Brothers – Alfred Coming Next Week – A letter received by William Smith, Sec. of the Herman Mercantile Co., from A. Alfred Herman states that the funeral of his mother, the late Mrs. Henry Herman, who passed away in New York City last Tuesday took place in Baltimore, Maryland, the childhood home of the deceased. Interment was in the family plot beside the remains of her husband. Mrs. Hermann died after a delicate surgical operation performed Monday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hermann will leave N.Y. Wednesday, September 16, arriving in Pueblo the following Saturday.

Herman, Margaret R.
Margaret R. Herman - The Cody Enterprise - January 14, 2007 - Margaret R. Herman, 85, died June 23, 2006, at Bonnie Blue Jacket Nursing Home in Basin. She was born Sept. 30, 1920, in Worland, the daughter of Bert and Bonnie Douglas Agee. She was raised in the Worland area and attended school there. She married Carl Herman on Jan. 24, 1937. Following their marriage they farmed in Worland. They moved to the ranch in Meeteetse in 1947 where they lived until 1980 when Mr. Herman died. Following his death she moved to Cody. Mrs. Herman enjoyed reading and spending time with her family. She also enjoyed cooking, flowers and yard sales. She especially loved holidays and decorating her home for each change of season and holiday. She always had a meal for anyone who stopped and guests especially enjoyed her desserts. She was active in 4-H and Bible school and taught Sunday school at Meeteetse Baptist Church. She was a member of Meeteetse Community Club and a past member of Worland Rebekah Lodge. Mrs. Herman is survived by her children Donald Herman of Trinidad, Colo., Richard (Linda “Abby”) Herman of Meeteetse, Carlton (Anna) Herman of Cody, James Herman of Cody, brothers Douglas (Linda) Agee of Fort Collins, Colo., Robert Agee of Worland, Clifford (Jean) Agee of Worland and Calvin Agee of Buena Park, Calif., sister Geneva (Hewitt) Jamieson of Powell, seven grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, daughter Pat Posey, daughter-in-law Pat Herman, brother Quintin Agee, one grandchild and one great-grandchild. Visitation will be 5-7 p.m. Thursday at Ballard Funeral Home. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Friday at Cody United Methodist Church with Rev. Mary Barbee officiating. Interment will follow in Meeteetse Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer's affiliation, Cancer Society or the blind.

Herman, Ralph Eugene
Ralph Eugene Herman - Pueblo Chieftain - May 11, 2013 - Ralph Eugene Herman, 90, passed away May 8, 2013, in Canon City, Colo. He was born Oct. 11, 1922, in Canon City to David H. and Jessie J. (Smith) Herman. After graduating from high school, Ralph joined the Army Air Force and trained as a fighter pilot, in which he flew ground attack missions in Italy during WWII. Upon receiving an honorable discharge from the Air Force with the rank of captain, Ralph and his wife Bonnie settled in Pueblo. He worked as an electrician and advanced to president and CEO of State Incorporated Industrial Construction Company in Pueblo, Colo. After the company sold to Newberry Energy, Ralph was selected as CEO of Newberry Energy in Phoenix, Ariz., where he worked until he retired in 1986. Upon retirement, Ralph and Bonnie moved back to Canon City where they were raised. Ralph enjoyed traveling and took his wife and children on numerous adventures throughout his life. He lived a happy, long life and will be missed tremendously by his family and friends. Mr. Herman is survived by his son, Rand (Teresa); and one grandson, Jesse Herman. He was preceded in death by his wife, Bonnie; and daughters, Robin and Renee. Graveside service will be at 11 a.m., Monday, May 13, 2013, at Lakeside Cemetery in Canon City, Colo. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice at 601 Greenwood Ave., Canon City, CO 81212. Arrangements handled through Wilson Funeral Home.

Hermes, Clarabelle
Clarabelle Hermes – Pueblo Chieftain – February 4, 1918 – Mrs. Clarabelle Hermes, age 24 years, prominent society matron of Ponca City, Oklahoma, died a local hospital yesterday morning following an illness of about two years. She was born and raised in Ponca City and was brought to Pueblo last October to benefit her health. The family purchased a home at 1310 Carteret. About January 5, Mrs. Hermes was moved to a local hospital to undergo a serious operation and she gradually failed until the end came yesterday. The family of both are well-to-do farmers of Ponca City. Survived by her husband, father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Niemann of Ponca City, one sister, Mrs. Carrie Marvin of Ponca City, three brothers, Dr. George H. Niemann and Dr. F. A. Niemann of Ponca City and Dr. John Niemann of Kansas City. The husband, father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Hermes were also at the bedside at the time of death. The body was sent to Ponca City, Oklahoma last night by the McMinn Undertaking Company accompanied by the relatives. Pueblo Chieftain – February 5, 1918 – The body of the late Mrs. Clarabelle Hermes was forwarded yesterday by the McMinn Undertaking Company to Ponca City, Oklahoma, accompanied by relatives. The interment will be made on the family lot at Ponca City this afternoon.

Hermes, Erma Maxine
Erma Maxine Hermes - Pueblo Chieftain - February 4, 2012 - Erma Maxine Hermes, 93, of Canon City, died Feb. 1, 2012. Memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel. Arrangements handled through Wilson Funeral Home.

Herms, Patricia Jo
Patricia Jo Herms – Pueblo Chieftain – January 17, 2014 – Patricia Jo Herms, 64, passed away Dec. 31, 2013. A lifetime Puebloan, she was born May 6, 1949. She was preceded in death by her mother, Marion Bickerton. She is survived by her brother, John (Gail) Bickerton of St. Louis, Mo.; nieces, Jennifer Johnson of North Platte, Neb., and Darcy Lusk of Barnhart, Mo.; and close friend, Joan Barros. Cremation has taken place. At Patricia's request, donations to PAWS for Life in her memory, P.O. Box 11208, Pueblo, CO 81001.

Hern, Priscilla L.
Priscilla L. Hern - Pueblo Chieftain - May 6, 2012 - Priscilla L. Hern, 71, of Pueblo West, went to be with the Lord on May 2, 2012. She was preceded in death by her parents, Severino and Prudence Hernandez. Priscilla is survived by her children, Randy, Terrence and Melodie (Brian); sister, Cecelia (Frank); the family dog, Tonka; and nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Monday, Romero Chapel. Inurnment, Roselawn Cemetery. Family and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following service.

Hernandez, Alan
Alan Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - May 4, 2012 - Alan Hernandez, born Feb. 15, 1954, passed away March 27, 2012, in Livingston, Mont. He is survived by wife, Nancy; sons, Gabriel and Merlin; father, Thomas; mother, Eva Cecilia; brothers, Thomas, Ivan, Marvin, Kenneth, Eric, Gary, Jessee; sisters, Bernadette, Jeanette, Renee, Therese. Memorial Mass will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 5, Mount Carmel Church. Reception follows at the CYO, 1102 Routt. Pueblo Chieftain - May 5, 2012 - Alan Hernandez. Please note correction on service time: Memorial Mass, 10 a.m. today, May 5, Mount Carmel Church. Reception to follow at CYO, 1102 Routt.

Hernandez, Anthony
Anthony "Tony" Hernandez - Prior Lake American - February 21, 2008 - Anthony Hernandez was born Sept. 28, 1953 in Valdez, Colo. to Joe C. and Lucinda (Gonzales) Hernandez. Tony and Maria (Sena) Hernandez were united in marriage in Las Vegas, N.M. on Aug. 9, 1975. They were blessed with three children. Tony served our country in the U.S. Army. He was a certified marksman. Loved and forever missed by wife, Maria “Mary” Hernandez; children, Angelina (Matt) Thornhill of St. Paul, Tony “Toro” (Rosita) Hernandez Jr. of Bloomington, Jennifer (Martin Barrios) Hernandez of Plato, Minn.; grandchildren, Nathan Hosea Taylor IV “Whippersnapper,” Guadalupe Thornhill “Lupi Lou,” Leticia Thornhill “Tortilla,” Estraya Barrios “Estrellita,” Ruby Thornhill “Rubes”; brothers, Roger (Angie) Hernandez of Trinidad, Colo., Julian Hernandez of Dallas, Texas, Leo Hernandez of Trinidad, Jody Hernandez of Cape Canaveral, Fla.; sisters, Pat Guerra of Dallas, Stella (Ed) Salazar of Englewood, Colo., Cathy Bowman, Cecelia (Farrah) Abdullah, and Joanna (Joe) Castillo, all of Trinidad, Carmen Hernandez of Dallas; numerous nieces, nephews and relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents, Joe Hernandez and Lucinda Gonzales; brothers, Johnny and Joey Hernandez; father-in-law, Gilbert Sena Sr. Visitation is Thursday, Feb. 21, from 9-10 a.m. at Church of St. Michael in Prior Lake. Mass of Christian Burial follows at 10 a.m. at the church. Honorary pallbearers will be Matt Thornhill, Tony “Toro” Hernandez Jr., Martin Barrios, Nathan Hosea Taylor IV, Roger Hernandez, and Julian Hernandez. Ballard-Sunder Funeral Home, Prior Lake, provided arrangements.

Hernandez, Augustine
Augustine Hernandez – Pueblo Chieftain - November 5, 1919 - August Hernandez, age 71 years, died November 4, at the home, 1207 Box Elder Street. Body is at McCarthy's. Pueblo Chieftain – November 7, 1919 – The funeral of Augustine Hernandez will be held from the residence, 1207 Box Elder St., this morning at 9:30. Burial in Roselawn in charge of McCarthy.

Hernandez, Bertha
Bertha Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - August 11, 2013 - Bertha Hernandez, 84. Johnson-Romero, Walsenburg.

Hernandez, Charles
Charles Hernandez - Pueblo Indicator - February 1, 1936 - Was Killed While Asleep - Charles Hernandez, a 54-year-old WPA worker, was found dead in his bed at 1528 ½ E. Orman Avenue last Wednesday with a deep gash in his left temple as though it had been made with a blunt instrument. It is said the weapon was a sledge hammer. Police officers at once began a search for the assailant and still are looking. Neighbors couldn't furnish any definite clues.

Hernandez, Christopher Lee
Christopher Lee Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - May 8, 2010 - Christopher Lee Hernandez, 27, passed away May 5, 2010, in Pueblo, Colo. Survived by his loving wife, Mia Perez; children, Christopher (3 years) and Cicilia (6 months) Hernandez; parents, William Hernandez and Patricia Jimenez; brother, Paul (Stephanie) Hernandez; sister, Kay Hernandez; grandpa, Paul Jimenez; mother and father-in-law, Barbara and Cesar Pedroza; brothers-in-law, Ricardo (Stephanie) Apodaca and Caesar Apodaca; grandparents-in-law, Maria and Julio Arellano. Also survived by numerous other relatives and friends who all love and miss him. Viewing, 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 9, 2010, and funeral service, 1 p.m. Monday, May 10, 2010, both at Roselawn Funeral Home. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery.

Hernandez, Fernanda
Fernanda Hernandez – Pueblo Chieftain – April 25, 1918 – Fernanda Hernandez, age 33 years, died yesterday at the residence, 208 Bluff St. The deceased came to this city from Amarillo, Texas, only 10 days ago for the benefit of her health. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 3:30 from the residence and from Mount Carmel at 4 o'clock. Interment will be made in Roselawn Cemetery under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain - April 26, 1918 - The funeral of Fernanda Hernandez took place yesterday afternoon at 3:30 from the family residence, 208 Bluff Street, and at 4 o'clock from Mount Carmel Church. Rev. Father Sorrentino conducted the services. The burial was at Roselawn Cemetery in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Company.

Hernandez, Flora G.
Flora G. Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - September 5, 2012 - Flora G. Hernandez, 97, widow of Felix M. Hernandez. Survived by her son, Isadore James “Jimmy” Blea; granddaughters, Cheryl Ann Salazar and Barbara L. Blea; great-grandkids, Andrea Torello, Courtney and D.J. Warren and Kati Jo Newsom; great-great-grandkids, Damian and Noah Hettich; and numerous nieces and nephews. Graveside service, 1:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, at Roselawn Cemetery.

Hernandez, Floyd
Floyd Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - June 10, 2012 - Floyd Hernandez, 56, born July 26, 1955, in Pueblo Colo., passed away on May 31, 2012. He was preceded in death by parents, Ignacio and Mary Hernandez; and sister, Margaret (China Doll) Hernandez. Survived by sisters, Georgia Gonzales and Sarah Rueda; brothers, Joseph, Anthony, Gilbert and Victor Hernandez; and numerous nephews, great-nephew, nieces and great-nieces. Funeral service will be held at noon on Tuesday, June 12, 2012, Roselawn Funeral home, 1706 Roselawn Rd. Reception following funeral service at Roselawn Hall.

Hernandez, Frances M.
Frances M. Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - March 16, 2011 - Frances M. Hernandez, 85, passed away March 12, 2011. She was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond E. Hernandez; six brothers; and great-grandson, Michael Fisher. She is survived by her children, Raymond Esquibel, Marie Hodges, Ruth Johnston, Irene (John) Basta, James M. Hernandez, Rick K. Hernandez, John Rudy Hernandez, J.J. Hernandez, Rose Hernandez; 13 grandchildren, 17 great- grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and a host of friends. Frances enjoyed bingo, playing cards and going to Cripple Creek. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to the Humane Society in Frances' name. Rosary, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, March 17, 2011, followed by memorial service at George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hernandez, Francisco
Francisco Hernandez – Pueblo Chieftain – June 21, 1919 – Francisco Hernandez, age 50 years, died at 703 W. 3rd St. yesterday morning. The funeral will be held from the Mt. Carmel Church this morning at 7:30 o'clock. Burial in Roselawn in charge of Davis & Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – June 22, 1919 – The funeral of Francisco Hernandez was held yesterday morning. Interment in Roselawn in charge of Davis-Vories.

Hernandez, Frank Adame
Frank Adame Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - July 25, 2010 - Frank Adame Hernandez, 76, passed away peacefully on July 21, 2010. Affectionately known as "Rufus" and/or "Frankie," he was born to Refugio and Anita Hernandez in Holly, Colo., raised in Lamar, Colo., and later moved to Pueblo. Frank was preceded in death by his father; brother, Fred; and first wife, Shirley. He is survived by his mother, Anita; brother, Leo (Barbara); sister, Annie (Damasio); former wife, Marty; children, Melissa, Frank, Mark and LeAnn; son-in-law, Cliff; grandchildren, Paul, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Christian, Celine and Daries; special cousins, Manuel Marez and Lupe Adame; several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Frank served in the U.S. Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton where he received the National Defense Medal and was honorably discharged as a Private First Class. He was part owner of F&L Landscaping in Lamar and owned Frank's Trucking in Pueblo. Prior to his retirement, he worked for Schmidt & Tiago and Triple E Trucking in Colorado Springs for several years. Frank was a self-taught man who could operate and repair any type of heavy equipment or vehicle. He could build a house from the ground up, performing all the construction work himself. Frank fought a brave battle against Parkinson's Disease for the past 15 years and will be sadly missed by the staff at University Park Care Center. He will be especially missed by his youngest daughter, LeAnn, whom he affectionately nicknamed "Queenie." Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Monday, July 26, St. Mary Help of Christians Church, 217 E. Mesa, with the Rev. Ben Bacino officiating. Interment, Fort Lyon National Cemetery, Fort Lyon, Colo. Memorial contributions may be made in Frank's honor at parkinson.org or michaeljfox.org.

Hernandez, Gabriel
Gabriel "Dre" Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - February 22, 2010 - Gabriel "Dre" Hernandez, 32, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on Feb. 19, 2010. He was preceded in death by his father, Valentine Hernandez; and grandparents. Dre is survived by his loving wife, Andrea; mother, Eugenia Inez (Joe Sisneros) Hernandez; siblings, Steven and Rosita Hernandez; parents-in-law, Cynthia Aranda and Ray (Toni) Aranda; in-laws, Charles (April) Aranda, Christopher "Kiki" Aranda, Alicia (Harold) Cox, Alex Aranda and Anna (Adam) Trujillo; nephews and nieces, Josiah, Nathanial, Tierra, Jonathon, Lil Kiki, Demetri, Carissa, Terence and Adam Jr.; godchildren, Aliana, Tyvon, and Audrieana; his dogs, Chewy and Dazza; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family and friends. Since the day Dre was born he had a passion for cars. His father took him for his first ride in a dune buggy when he was 7 months old. Since that time, he built six dune buggies. He loved lowriders, he was one of the presidents of Convicted Car Club. He has a '79 El Camino that was his pride and joy. He bought it as a piece of junk. He worked on it, with pride and lots of hard work to make it look the way it looks today. He enjoyed RC Nitro racing, and was very good at it. Dre had many, many friends that will miss his contagious smile and unforgettable laugh. Viewing, 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, with Rosary service to follow at Romero Chapel. Funeral service 10 a.m. Wednesday, Romero Chapel. Cremation to follow. Family and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following both services. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made in Dre's memory to Romero Family Funeral Home.

Hernandez, Genevieve
Genevieve Hernandez - Mineral County Miner - April 28, 2011 - Monte Vista resident Genevieve Hernandez, 61, died April 21, 2011 at the Rio Grande Hospital in Del Norte. She was born March 18, 1950 in Trinidad, Colo., to Manuel and Margarete Sanchez Ortega. Genevieve worked for two years as a Cook at the Colorado State Veterans Center at Homelake. She lived for her family and loved the time spent with her children and grand children. In her spare time, Genevieve enjoyed sewing, cooking, flower and vegetable gardening, and loved being in the outdoors, especially the mountains. Her parents, brothers and sisters: Georgia Trujillo, Ernestine Mondragon, Irene Montour and Alice Montoya all preceded her in death. Survivors include her children, Anita Gutierrez of Pueblo, Kathy Medina and Rebecca Duran of Monte Vista, Angelica Medina and Sebastian Juan Moreno of Monte Vista, and Joseph Joe Blue Aranda of Monte Vista; her grandchildren, Daniel Salinas, Jr., Yasmine and Diego Villegas, Bryanna Duran, Ismael Medina, Damyon and Jayden Aranda, Damien and Leah Moreno; her brothers and sisters, Maryann Salinas, Pauline Ortiz, Gloria & Martin Garcia, Diane Munoz and Juan Morales, Terry Ortega, Leonard Ortega, Phillip Ortega and Ronnie & Anita Ortega all of Pueblo, Colo.; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and extended family. Visitation was held from Wednesday, April 27, at the Rogers Family Mortuary in Monte Vista, followed by a Vigil with Recitation of the Rosary Service at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Monte Vista. A Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m.. today, April 28, also at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Monte Vista. Cremation will follow services. Arrangements are in the care of Rogers Family Mortuary of Monte Vista.

Hernandez, Gilbert James
Gilbert James Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - February 5, 2014 - Gilbert James Hernandez, 55, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on Jan. 25, 2014. Memorial service, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Romero Chapel. Relatives and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following service. Military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.

Hernandez, Guadalupe
Guadalupe Hernandez – Pueblo Chieftain – August 4, 1919 – Guadalupe Hernandez, age 2 months, died August 3 at 1207 Box Elder. Funeral 1:30 p.m. today from home in charge of McCarthy's.

Hernandez, Henry
Henry “Hank” Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - September 13, 2012 - Henry “Hank” Hernandez, 82, passed away peacefully on Sept. 10, 2012. Preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and one sister. Survived by his sisters, Agapita, Ramona, Christy, Jenny and numerous family and friends. At Henry's request, cremation has taken place. There will be a memorial Mass to celebrate his life at 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14, 2012, at St. Joseph Catholic Church.

Hernandez, Infant
Infant Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - April 27, 1917 - The burial of the infant Hernandez took place yesterday evening at 5 o'clock from Davis &Vories parlors. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery.

Hernandez, James George
James George Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - January 28, 2009 - James George Hernandez, 60, beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, cousin and friend, passed away unexpectedly Sunday Jan. 25, 2009. A lifetime Puebloan, he was born Oct. 25, 1948, to the union of John and Annie (Sandoval) Hernandez, who both preceded him in death, along with father-in-law, the Rev. Cecelio Ortega; granddaughter, Baby Gina Karen Hernandez; sister, Beatrice Tapia; in-laws, David and Benita Estorga, Ignacio Lopez, Johnnie Chavez, Mel Ortiz Jr., Gabriel Ortega; special Aunt, Della Montez. James served in the U.S. Army, where he received the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Marksman (Rifle), and Good Conduct Medal. James retired from the CF&I rail finishing department and he also worked at DOC, CTCF department. He was a member of the American Legion Post No. 2 and American Legion Riders. James enjoyed coaching his children, grandchildren, relatives and friends in baseball, football and basketball teams. He also loved watching his grandchildren wrestle. He is survived by his loving soul mate, Genevieve “Ginger” Hernandez; his children, Gabriel (Andrea) Hernandez, Jimmie “Jimbo” (Julia) Hernandez, April (Eric) Lange, Austin and Nicholas Hernandez; grandchildren, Daniel (Jazmine Nickerson) Hernandez, Dominic Hernandez, Elijah Hernandez, Isaiah Hernandez, Nehemiah “P-Nut” Hernandez, Brandon Lange, Sheyenne Lange, Megan Lange, Taylor Lange, Devon Lange, Jeremiah Lange, Sidney Lange; mother-in-law, Genevieve Ortega; sisters, Connie Lopez and Frances (Isaiah Castro) Chavez; brothers, Leonard (Karen Smith) Hernandez, Rudy (Beverly) Hernandez, Richard (Theresa) Hernandez, Charles (Josie) Hernandez; in-laws, Cecilia (Moses Rodriguez) Martinez, Isaac (Vera Rael) Ortega, Dorothy (Robert) Palma, Aubrie (Louie) Gonzales, Becky (John) Rivera, Manual Ortega, Sal (Janice) Ortega; special nieces, Sandra Loia, Sylvia (Jerod) Perea; special nephew, Joe (Sandy) Ortiz; very special friend, Zan Torrez; and other relatives and friends. James was a quiet, loving and giving man. He also had an amazing gift of “patience.” He has left a big void in many lives and will never be forgotten. Funeral service, 11 a.m. Thursday, Family Worship Center, with the Rev. Manuel Gonzales officiating. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery, with military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team. Family at 3414 Walnut Ave.

Hernandez, James Michael
James Michael Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - October 31, 2012 - James Michael Hernandez, 53, passed away Oct. 26, 2012. He was preceded in death by his parents, Raymond E. and Frances M. Hernandez; and by his great- nephew, Micheal Fisher. Survived by his siblings, Raymond Esquibel, Marie Hodges, Ruth Johnston, Irene (John) Basta, John Hernandez, Rick Hernandez, JJ Hernandez and Rose Hernandez; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives; and his beloved dog, Bloomers. Viewing, 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, and funeral service, 2 p.m. Friday, all at Imperial Funeral Home. Donations in his memory may be made to the PAWS For Life animal shelter. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Hernandez, Jesus
Jesus Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - May 24, 1918 - Jesus Hernandez, aged 1 month, died yesterday at the family home, 208 Bluff Street. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 4 o'clock. Interment will be at Roselawn Cemetery in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain – May 25, 1918 – The funeral of Jesus Hernandez took place yesterday at 4 o'clock from the residence, 208 Bluff St. Interment was in Roselawn Cemetery in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Company.

Hernandez, Jesus
Jesus Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - November 16, 1917 - Jesus Hernandez, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hernandez, died at the home of his parents, 1220 Rio Grande Ave. yesterday. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 1:30 from the residence. Interment will be in Roselawn in charge of the McMinn Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain - November 17, 1917 - The funeral of Jesus Hernandez was held yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the residence, 1220 Rio Grande Ave. Interment was in Roselawn in charge of the McMinn Undertaking Company.

Hernandez, John G.
John G. Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - February 21, 2010 - John G. Hernandez, 80, passed away Feb. 17, 2010. He was preceded in death by his parents, Jesus and Maria Hernandez; sisters, Connie Jobe, Shirley Hernandez and Magdalen Hernandez. John is survived by his sister, Mary Hernandez; and brother, Frank G. (Margaret) Hernandez; also survived by his niece and nephews, Margie and Edmund Hernandez and David (Nancy Welch) Jobe; grandnephew, Andrew Jobe; cousin, Charles (Celia) Murillo and their families. John graduated from Pueblo Central High School. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. John worked at the PAD, retiring in 1976. Rosary, 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2010, followed by the funeral Mass, 10 a.m., Mount Carmel Catholic Church. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hernandez, Jose
Jose Hernandez – Pueblo Chieftain – October 14, 1918 – Josι Hernandez, age 18 years, died at a local hospital yesterday morning. The funeral, which will be private, will be held this morning at 10 o'clock from the United Funeral Home. Interment will be in Roselawn.

Hernandez, Jose A.
Lance Cpl. Jose A. Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - December 21, 2010 - Lance Cpl. Jose A. Hernandez, 19, went to be with the Lord on Dec. 14, 2010. Preceded in death by his grandparents, Maria and Jesus Rodriguez; and great-grandparents, Guadalupe and Alonzo Cariaga. Jose is survived by his parents, Evangeline and Eduardo Ferrera; siblings, Aronica Nava, Yolanda Morales and Don Hernandez; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and friends. Jose was born Dec. 26, 1990, in Sioux City, Iowa. He spent his childhood years in Pueblo. He graduated from Lake Worth High, in Lake Worth, Fla. After graduation, Jose was proud to join the United States Marine Corps. Jose was defending his country bravely and proudly when he passed. Viewing, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Romero Chapel. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Thursday, Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, 11th and Grand. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. Family and friends will be received at the church hall following interment. Military honors by the United States Marine Corps.

Hernandez, Joseph
Joseph Hernandez – Pueblo Chieftain – December 30, 1918 – Joseph Fernandez, age 32 years, died at Pinon, December 29. Body at McCarthy's. Pueblo Chieftain – January 1, 1919 – The funeral of Joseph Hernandez will take place this afternoon at 3:30 from McCarthy's Funeral Chapel. The burial will be at Roselawn Cemetery.

Hernandez, Julio
Julio Hernandez – Pueblo Chieftain – June 24, 1918 – Julio Hernandez, age 15 years, died in this city last evening after a short illness. He leaves a father and a brother of this city. The body was removed to the United Funeral Home. The funeral will be announced later. Pueblo Chieftain – June 27, 1918 – The funeral of Julio Hernandez was held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock from the home in Salt Creek and at 10:15 from the church. Rev. Father Rizzi conducted the service. Interment was made in Roselawn in charge of the United Undertaking Company.

Hernandez, Leon
Leon Hernandez – Pueblo Chieftain – August 24, 1919 – Leon Hernandez, infant, died August 23 at 1711 San Carlos St. Funeral took place yesterday from the residence in charge of McCarthy's.

Hernandez, Manuel
Manuel Hernandez - Trinidad Times Independent - May 14, 2009 - Manuel Hernandez, 71. Funeral Mass, Wednesday, May 20, Holy Trinity Catholic Church, 10 a.m.

Hernandez, Manuel
Manuel Hernandez – Pueblo Chieftain – January 10, 1919 – Manuel Hernandez, age 7 years, died at 214 Street, January 9. Body at McMinn's.

Hernandez, Marco J.
Marco J. "Tonka" Hernandez - Daily Nonpareil - November 10, 2004 - Marco J. "Tonka" Hernandez, 40, of Council Bluffs died Nov. 5 at Creighton University Medical Center. He was born April 23, 1964, in Newport, R.I., to Manuel and Viola (Jiminez) Hernandez Sr. He previously lived in Colorado, moving to Council Bluffs in 2001. He graduated from Aiea High School in Hawaii. He was of the Catholic faith. Survivors include his mother, Viola Hernandez, of Council Bluffs; father, Manuel Hernandez Sr., and wife, Cindy, of Trinidad, Colo.; sisters, Katrina Hernandez of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Marina Hernandez of Fountain, Colo.; brothers, Manuel Hernandez Jr. and wife, Deb, of Council Bluffs and Carlos Hernandez of Buena Vista, Colo.; half-sister, Sabrina Hernandez, of Trinidad; half-brother, Antonio Hernandez, of Trinidad. Rosary recitation will be Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. followed by family visitation until 8 p.m. at Cutler-O'Neill-Meyer-Woodring Funeral Home. Funeral Mass will be Thursday at 10 a.m. at Queen of the Apostles Church with the Rev. Glen Wilwerding, associate pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Garner Township Cemetery with a lunch following at Queen of the Apostles Church.

Hernandez, Mariana
Mariana Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - May 22, 2012 - Mariana Hernandez, age 92, passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 20, 2012, at home surrounded by her loving family. Mariana is joined in heaven by her husband, Luis Hernandez; two children, Pedro and Juan Jesus; and three grandchildren. She is survived by eight children, Abraham, Luis Manuel, Rosa, Elena, Amelia, David, Gloria and Luis; 27 grandchildren; and over 50 great-grandchildren. She was born on July 30, 1919, in Puerto Rico, to Amalia and Antonio Garcia. The only daughter for the couple, she helped raise nine other siblings. In 1937, at the age of 17 she married Luis Hernandez. Mariana raised 10 children with love and within the moral righteousness under her Lord, Jesus Christ. In 1954, the entire family moved to New Jersey where she balanced raising her family and living away from her homeland of Puerto Rico. Because of her tireless work and love for her family and God she was able to raise her children and become the matriarch for a large extended family. She nourished the souls of all those who knew her with love and her faith in the Lord. Viewing, 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, with prayer service to follow at 6 p.m., Romero Chapel. Interment to take place in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Hernandez, Marie Trujillo
Marie Trujillo Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - March 3, 2011 - Marie Trujillo Hernandez, 68, passed away Feb. 26, 2011. She is survived by her son, Patrick Hernandez; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joe Trujillo; parents, John and Mary Arguello; and six siblings. Marie worked as a psych. tech. at St. Mary- Corwin for many years and was a member of St. Leander Catholic Church. She also was active with the Knights of Columbus with her husband. If you would like to contact Patrick, you may do so at 720-341-2200. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Saturday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel, with inurnment at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Arrangements under the direction of Imperial Funeral Home.

Hernandez, Paul
Paul "Pablo" Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - July 8, 2011 - Paul "Pablo" Hernandez, left us to be with the Lord on June 30, 2011, after a lengthy battle with illness. Pablo was born on June 7, 1945 to Augustina and Ponciano Hernandez. He was raised in Crowley County and attended school in Sugar City, Colo. and was a 1963 graduate of Crowley County High School, where despite his disability excelled in sports, football, basketball, baseball and played in the band. He was a retired Human Resources Professional. He is survived by son, Noel (Erin) Hernandez of Aurora, Colo.; daughter, Stephanie (Cliff) Knuth; special grandsons, Trevor and Chase Knuth of Aurora, Colo.; sister, Madeline Guerra of Farr, Texas; brother, Tony (Ella) Hernandez of Leotie, Kan.; aunt, Alice Algiene of Denver, Colo.; uncle, Lupe Villarreal of Fort Morgan, Colo.; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews, nieces, and life long friend Bill Trainor. He was preceded in death by his parents; ex-wife, Sandie Russell; and numerous aunts and uncles. A memorial service to celebrate the extra-ordinary life of Pablo, will be held on Saturday, July 9, 2011, commencing with the recitation of the Rosary, at 10 a.m., Mass at 10:30 a.m., followed with a reception for family and friends, at St. Peters Catholic Church, 905 North Main St., Ordway, CO. “May God Bless You”.

Hernandez, Paul
Paul Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - September 7, 2012 - Paul Hernandez, 82, passed away peacefully, with his family at his bedside. He was born May 29, 1930, in Chandler, Colo., to proud parents, Vincent Hernandez and Fermina Barela. He was preceded in death by Max and Fermina Rodriguez and Vincent Hernandez. He served in the U.S. Navy. He retired as a carpenter from the Colorado State Hospital. He is survived by his loving wife of 61 years, Vivian Chavez Hernandez; his children, Paulette (Tony) Gomez, Anna Hernandez, Mark (Nettie) Hernandez and Lisa (Chris) Garcia; five grandchildren, one great-grandchild, nieces, nephews, cousins other relatives and friends. Paul enjoyed carpentry work, fishing and traveling throughout Mexico, but most of all, sharing laughs and quality time with his family and friends in his sanctuary. Rosary vigil, noon Saturday, with memorial Mass to follow, both at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, with Father Uju Patrick Okeahialam, CSSp, as celebrant.

Hernandez, Pete
Pete Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - November 18, 2010 - Pete Hernandez, 81, Walsenburg, Nov. 17. Boies-Ortega, Walsenburg.

Hernandez, Ramiro Rodriguez
Ramiro Rodriguez Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - February 5, 2013 - Ramiro Rodriguez Hernandez, 64, passed away Feb. 3, 2013. He was born March 11, 1948, in Tepechitlan, Zacatecas, to Amado Rodriguez and Juana Hernandez. Preceded in death by his father. Ramiro was a beloved migrant worker. He was very special to Los Pobres Center in Avondale. Survived by his mother, Juana Hernandez; two sons, Armando and Ramiro; his brothers, Blas (Maria) Rodriguez, Hilario (Maria) Rodriguez and Alejandro (Alicia) Rodriguez; sisters, Maxima (Leobrado) Ortiz, Rosalina (Celio) Avila and Consuelo (Pedro) Sanchez. Ramiro came to the United States in 1968; he lived around the country in California, Chicago, New Mexico, Rocky Ford and Avondale. He was a very hard worker. He enjoyed working with the earth, and Ramiro had an excellent green thumb. He loved to listen to music and dance. He was cared for by Los Pobres volunteers; special thanks to: Sandy Roybal, Rose Torres, Maria Ramirez, Alfredo Molina and Federico Gomez. Rosary, 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, followed by funeral Mass at 10 a.m., both at Sacred Heart Church in Avondale, Father Matthew Wertin as celebrant. Interment, St. Vrain Cemetery.

Hernandez, Robert
Robert “Bob” Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - March 21, 2014 - Robert “Bob” Hernandez. Rosary, 9:30 a.m. today, with Mass to follow at 10 a.m. both services at St. Francis Xavier Church.

Hernandez, Robert Y.
Robert Y. Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - September 27, 2011 - Retired SFC Robert Y. Hernandez passed away Tuesday, Sept. 20, at his residence in Pueblo West, Colo. Robert was a longtime resident of Leesville, La., prior to moving to Pueblo West, four years ago. He was preceded in death by his beloved parents, Margarito and Margarita Hernandez; his brother, Juan Y. Hernandez; his sister, Olga Mae Vasquez; and great-grandson, Nickolas R. Hernandez. He is survived by his loving wife of 34 years, Mary A Byrd; children, Rhonda (Jeremy), Ronald (Patricia), Russell, Robert Jr. (Deborah), Sandra (Lawrence); eight grandchildren, one great-grandson, numerous nieces and nephews. He also is survived by his brothers, Albino (Santa), Jose (Kathy Anne), Mark; sister-in-law, Patricia (Rickey) Robertson; brothers-in-law, Harvey (Cheryl) Byrd and Michael Byrd. Robert retired from the Army, having served in Vietnam, Korea, Germany and other posts. He was a drill sergeant, materials control specialist, and tank commander in the 77th Armored Division. He was the recipient of many awards and medals including the Bronze Star, Army Commendation, Combat Infantry, Vietnam Campaign, Drill Sergeant Badge, two Overseas bars, and Good Conduct Medal (5th Award). Robert went on to retire from Civil Service. He was a loving husband, devoted father, grandfather, and will be missed by all. Visitation will be 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011, at Hixson Funeral Home. Service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011, in the Hixson Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will follow in Heritage Rowe Cemetery in Leesville under the direction of Hixson Funeral Home of Leesville.

Hernandez, Tony A.
Tony A. Hernandez - Pueblo Chieftain - September 20, 2012 - Tony A. Hernandez, 42, departed this life Sept. 6, 2012, in Indiana. Tony was an outstanding athlete, inspirational teacher, coach and runner. Always happy and light hearted. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him and never forgotten. Tony was the youngest son of the late Joseph Hernandez; and the beloved brother of Timothy Hernandez. He is survived by his mother, Joyce Pollard; siblings, Kenny Webb, Debbie Sheppard, Jamie Webb; stepmother, Alice Fierro; siblings, Frances (Joe) Santos, Robert Hernandez, Joseph (Peggy) Hernandez, Phil Hernandez, Ruth (Art) Perez, Belinda (Vick) Lopez, Roberta (Ray) Herrera; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. A memorial mass will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday Sept. 22, 2012, at St. Francis Xavier Parish.

Hernandez-Johnson, Rakiya
Rakiya Lee Hernandez-Johnson - Pueblo Chieftain - July 10, 2013 - Rakiya Lee Hernandez-Johnson, infant, went to be with the Lord on July 7, 2013. Survived by her parents, Dwyanne Johnson and Natalie Hernandez. Rosary, 5 p.m. today, and funeral service 10 a.m. Thursday, both at Romero Chapel. Relatives and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following funeral service.

Hernez, Rosalie
Rosalie L. (DeJoy) Hernez - Pueblo Chieftain - February 5, 2014 - Rosalie L. (DeJoy) Hernez, 91, of Colorado Springs, passed away peacefully on Feb. 1, 2014. Rosalie L. Hernez She was born on Dec. 12, 1922, in Alia, Sicily, to Jack and Concetta DeJoy. She came to the U.S. when she was 3 and grew up in Pueblo, Colo. She was a graduate of Central High School. Lil married Tony Hernez in 1955 and due to Tony's career, traveled the world, relishing every minute of it. They retired in Colorado Springs in 1984. Lil is survived by husband, Tony; children, Raymond Blatnik (Maggie), Dr. Gina Broome (Jim) and Chris Hernez (Doreen), all of Colorado Springs. She also leaves behind eight grandchildren, Rachel, Hannah, Madison, McKenzie, Ryan, Sarah, Todd and Joey, all who adored their Nana. She was preceded in death by son, Joe Blatnik; and her younger brothers, Cheech and Tom (Cat) DeJoy. A rosary will be held at 9:15 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 8, with a funeral Mass immediately following at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 1145 S. Aspen Road, Pueblo CO 81006.

Herr, Wayne Edmond
Wayne Edmond Herr - Pueblo Chieftain - August 11, 2013 - Wayne Edmond Herr, 91, passed away peacefully on Aug. 3, 2013, in Denver, Colo. He was born in Bloomington, Ill., on Nov. 7, 1921. Wayne was the middle son of Robert and Amy (Frost) Herr. Wayne served in the U.S. Navy during WWII. After the war, he then finished college at the University of Illinois, and moved to Colorado in the early 1950s, where he worked in Pueblo for CF&I Steel for over 30 years. Wayne and his wife, Virginia, raised two sons, Scott D. Herr and Gary W. Herr of Gypsum, Colo. Wayne was preceded in death by his wife, Virginia L. (McClenahan) Herr (July 1989); and his oldest son, Scott D. Herr (May 2005). Left to cherish his memories are his two brothers, Robert (Gloria) Herr of North Carolina, William (Marilyn) Herr of California; sister-in-law, Rose McClenahan of St. Louis, Mo.; his remaining son, Gary W. and Juliana M. (Pretz) Herr; grandsons, Mathew W. Herr, J. Ross Herr, Dustin Herr, Adam and Melissa (Winden) Herr, Byron And Karla Kastilahn; and great-grandson, Byron Kastilahn Jr.; along with many warm and loving friends. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 17, 2013, at the First Presbyterian Church, 220 W. 10th St., Pueblo, Colo.

Herrera, Adalia
Adalia Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - December 5, 2012 - Adalia Herrera, 89, departed this life for a new location on Dec. 2, 2012. Imagine falling asleep then waking up and finding heaven your home! To greet her first was her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Preceded in death and waiting for her arrival were her husband of 47 years, Adelaido Herrera; daughters, Anita Sneathen and Theodora Griego; and sons, Eddie and Raymond Herrera. Survived by loving daughter, Rita Barela; sons, Henry (Ella Mae) Herrera and Richard (Pat) Herrera; 15 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren; sister, Viola Vigil; brothers, Tony and Gomesindo Trujillo; special sons-in-law, Robert A. Sneathen, Willie Griego; daughter-in-law, Jeanie Herrera; special sister-in-law, Luisa Trujillo; and cousin, Beatrice Roybal. Adalia was an honorary member of the St. Anne Altar and Rosary Society. She enjoyed cooking, cleaning and having her family around her. She will be remembered for her green chili, homemade tortillas and warm hospitality to all who entered her home. Visitation, 3:30 to 5 p.m. Thursday, Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Rosary, 7 p.m. Thursday and funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Friday, both at St. Anne Catholic Church, 2701 E. 12th St. Interment, Imperial Cemetery.

Herrera, Al
Al "Alie" Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - July 24, 2011 - Al "Alie" Herrera, 48, born on July 29, 1962, in Denver, Colo., and passed away on July 17, 2011, in Idaho Springs, Colo. Survived by his loving wife of 26 years, LaVonne; children, Michelle and Michael; and his parents, Al and Elisa Herrera. Also survived by his brothers, sisters, numerous relatives and many friends. Al worked as a supervisor in the custodial/grounds department at CSU-Pueblo. Al will be dearly missed. Contributions may be made out to the estate of Alphonse "Al" Herrera to any US Bank. At his request, no viewing. Memorial Mass, 11 a.m. Friday, July 29, 2011, St. Francis Assisi Roman Catholic Church, 2746 Fifth St., Castle Rock, Colo.

Herrera, Albert Joe
Albert Joe Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - December 12, 1998 - Brutal Beating Claims Life of PCC Student - Police outside the house at 135 Harvard inspect the scene of a murder Friday. The badly beaten body of a 26-year-old Pueblo man was found in his central Pueblo home Friday afternoon, the city's second murder of the day. Albert DeHerrera suffered unspecified "blunt trauma" injuries inside his house at 135 Harvard, Pueblo County Coroner James Kramer said. He was pronounced dead at the scene. DeHerrera's killer remained unknown. A motive for the murder also was unknown. Pueblo police investigators continued to track leads and develop a list of possible suspects through the night Friday. The attack likely occurred the previous night, police said. An autopsy is planned for this afternoon, after which police may release more details about the cause and timing of the murder. The discovery of DeHerrera's body came about 1 p.m., as police were in the midst of investigating the separate murder of a 15-year-old East Side girl. The two cases are not related, police Deputy Chief Charlene Graham said. Family members concerned after not hearing from DeHerrera found his body in a front bedroom of the home at 135 Harvard, police Sgt. Kim Wittrup said. "It was a fairly graphic scene," said Wittrup, who declined to release any more details on the cause of death pending today's autopsy. DeHerrera is believed to have worked in the medical technician field and also was a student at Pueblo Community College, Wittrup said. DeHerrera was seen about 9 p.m. Thursday night leaving PCC, Wittrup said. "We're assuming this happened sometime during the night," Wittrup said. The family members reported the house was locked when they arrived, Wittrup said. They forced their way into the house through a back door, he said. Neighbors said DeHerrera lived alone at the neat, two-story house in the heart of a residential area known as The Blocks, near Mesa Junction. Neighbors said the house was recently remodeled. DeHerrera had lived at the house for about six months, Wittrup said. Pueblo Chieftain - December 13, 1998 - Albert Joe DeHerrera, 26, of Pueblo went to be with the Lord Dec. 11, 1998. Born Oct. 21, 1972, in Pueblo. Preceded in death by his grandmother, Sally Romero; one uncle, Roy Lopez; and his cousin, Brenna Cadena. Survived by his parents, Leroy (Wedo) and Elizabeth A. DeHerrera, Pueblo; sister, Deanna DeHerrera, Pueblo; half brothers, Tony (Karen) DeHerrera, Robert (Rita) DeHerrera and Ron DeHerrera, all of Colorado Springs; half sisters, Loretta (Floyd) Segura and Evelyn DeHerrera, both of Colorado Springs; grandmother, Mary Solis, Pueblo; aunts, Bernadette (Clem) Olguin, Katie (Klaus) Priebe, both of Pueblo, and Theresa Cadena, Littleton, Colo.; uncles, Charles (Wanda) Cadena, Wichita, Kan., Richard (Carroll) Cadena, Santa Fe, N.M., Manuel (Stella) Cadena and Mike (Mary) Cadena, Pueblo; special cousin, Leslie Hanson, Pueblo; godsister, April Casarez, Pueblo; godparents, John and Barbara Vigil, Pueblo; and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. Albert will be remembered as a man who loved music and children, a loving man with a very kind heart. He will be sadly missed by all who loved him. Albert worked for F.M.C. Dialysis Unit in Florence, Colo., as unit secretary for two years and was a student at PCC. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Leander Church, Rev. Ed Nunez, celebrant. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. Relatives and friends will be received at 1518 E. Fifth. Pueblo Chieftain - December 19, 1998 - Murder Victim's Car Seized by Denver Cops - A car belonging to murder victim Albert Joe DeHerrera has been found in Denver, according to the head of detectives for the Pueblo Police Department. Deputy Chief Charlene Graham said Friday that DeHerrera's 1997 Buick Skylark was seized by Denver police after a traffic stop and has since been returned to Pueblo. Graham would not comment on where the car was stopped, who was driving it, or if there were other passengers in the vehicle when it was stopped. "All I can say right now is there have been no arrests for homicide in this case," Graham said. DeHerrera was found beaten to death in his bed at his residence at 135 Harvard about 12:45 p.m. on Dec. 11. His car had been missing since the homicide. Graham was guarded in discussing the discovery of DeHerrera's vehicle, but it was evident she was pleased to have a break in the weeklong investigation of the killing. Pueblo Chieftain - January 19, 1999 - Pueblo Murder Suspect Arrested in Florida - A 39-year-old man being held on a first-degree murder charge in Gainesville, Fla., is also a suspect in the December beating death of Puebloan Albert Joe DeHerrera. The suspect was identified as Glen Randall Register, a "floater" who reportedly was a guest in DeHerrera's home in the hours or days before DeHerrera's battered body was found Dec. 11 in his home at 135 Harvard, according to Pueblo police Deputy Chief Charlene Graham. Graham said Monday that Pueblo detectives had a draft affidavit identifying Register as DeHerrera's assailant and were asking for an arrest warrant on a charge of first-degree murder when they learned he was a suspect in Florida. "I couldn't believe it," Sgt. Kim Wittrup said Monday of the call from Gainesville police investigators. "I had a draft affidavit in my hand for Register and they call and start asking questions about him." Graham said the lead detectives in the DeHerrera homicide, Michele Ellis and Tim Boies, had traced DeHerrera's stolen car to Register and they believed the suspect had fled to Florida. Unfortunately, the local investigation came to a focus too late to benefit the Gainesville man who was found beaten to death on Jan. 13, Graham said. In addition to both victims being beaten, Graham said there were numerous other similarities between the two homicides. Both victims' cars were stolen after they were murdered and both victims were known homosexuals, she said. According to Wittrup, Register has a lengthy arrest record and has previous felony convictions, including a 1988 larceny and convictions for trespassing and burglary in 1992. Also, Register was an inmate at the Rocky Mountain Community Corrections, 2415 Lake Ave., in 1997. Though local detectives are convinced Register acted alone when he killed DeHerrera, they are not optimistic he will be returned to Colorado soon to face charges. "I don't see them bringing him back to Colorado until Florida's through with him," Graham said. Detectives may travel to Florida to interview Register about the Pueblo homicide.

Herrera, Alfonso
Alfonso Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - May 10, 2009 - Alfonso Herrera was born March 25, 1946, and passed away peacefully at home May 8, 2009. He was a devoted Catholic and a member of Holy Family Church. Preceded in death by his brothers, Ralph and Henry Herrera; sister, Beatrice Herrera; and parents, Aurora and George Herrera. Survived by sisters, Anita Romero, Juanita (John) Bird, Martha (Frank) Romero; brothers, Eddie Herrera, Martin Herrera and Tony (Virginia) Herrera; special uncle, Doρe Griego; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Al enjoyed spending time at home, gardening in his yard, and fishing trips. He was an avid Denver Broncos fan and enjoyed the oldies but goodies concerts. Visitation, 2 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, followed by Rosary Recitation, 7 p.m.; both at Imperial Funeral Home. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Holy Family Church. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Herrera, Antonio Francisco
Antonio Francisco "Tony" Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - March 21, 2009 - Antonio Francisco "Tony" Herrera, 88, also known as "Mr. Fixer- upper," passed away March 18, 2009. Beloved husband of Delores Hererra. Also survived by his children, Antonio (Eleanor) Herrera of Oxnard, Calif., Juan (Fidelia) Herrera of Alamosa, Colo., Frank (Janet) Herrera, Jeff (Patricia) Alcon of Pueblo, Sandy (Manuel) Hernandez of Lamar, Colo., Kathy (Frank) Rodriguez of Pueblo, Elizabeth (Deb) Alcon of Aurora, Colo., Carol (Marlena) Alcon of Portland, Ore., and Carl Alcon of Pueblo; sister, Nea Torrez of Albuquerque, N.M.; mother-in-law, Lucy Grant of Pueblo; special grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, Jose and Dorotea Herrera; four brothers; and two sisters. Tony was born Jan. 29, 1921, in Las Vegas, N.M. He served in the U.S. Army during WWII and was a member of the DAV and VFW. He retired from CF&I in 1982. He loved fishing and trips to Cripple Creek. Viewing, 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, and funeral service, 10 a.m. Monday, both in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Military honors by Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team and interment at Mountain View Cemetery.

Herrera, Dion Benjamin
Dion Benjamin Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - May 17, 2012 - Dion Benjamin Herrera, 42, passed away on May 11, 2012, in Glenwood Springs, where he had lived for the last five years. Dion was born in Pueblo, Colo. Preceded in death by his grandparents, Aurora and Endalesio Garcia, Ted and Annie Trujillo and Gilbert Lucero. Survived by his daughters, Jolynn Herrera, Ashley Alvarez and Roni Torres; mother, Grace (Pastor Roger) Lucero; father, John (Leona) Herrera; sisters, Amaris (Jacob) Lucero, Shaniqua (Jose) Heriedia, Tina Herrera, Charlie Gomez and Renee Gonzales; grandmothers, Rosie Lucero and Mary Garcia; and favorite aunt and nina, Ersi (Dan) Chavez. Dion was loved and will be missed by many people. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Friday, Abundant Life Ministries, 1001 Constitution Road, with Pastor William Rodriguez officiating. Family and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following the service.

Herrera, Domitila P.
Domitila P. Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - September 10, 2012 - Domitila P. Herrera, 103, passed away Sept. 5, 2012. She was predeceased by her husband, Eliseo Y. Herrera; daughter, Molly; four brothers and one sister. Survived by her children, Alice Sena, Wilfred (Martha), Tino (Helen) and Christine; numerous grand, great-grand, and great-great-grandchildren; one brother and five sisters. Tillie was a member of various Latino community service organizations. Viewing, 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Adrian Comer Funeral Home. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Wednesday, St. Mary Church. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Herrera, Eleanor
Eleanor Herrera - Ventura County Star - November 28, 2010 - We lost the love of our lives on 22 Nov 2010, a wife, mother and grandmother. She was born 5 Apr 1940 in Walsenburg, CO. She leaves behind husband Antonio, son Louis, and two daughters Lauree and Arleen. She also leaves behind many family members, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Herrera, Gene L.
Gene L. Herrera - Trinidad Times Independent - December 31, 2011 - Gene L. Herrera (USN Chief petty Officer Retired), 72, passed away peacefully in his home Dec. 29, 2010. Funeral Mass will be Friday, Jan. 6, at 10 a.m. at the Holy Trinity Church. Interment with Rite of Committal will follow at the Trinidad Catholic Cemetery with graveside services conducted by the U.S. Naval Honor Guard. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Veteran's Administration or a charity of your choice. Arrangements made under the direction of Comi Funeral Home.

Herrera, James
James “Jimmy” Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - November 22, 2010 - James “Jimmy” Herrera, 57, of Riverside, Calif., went to be with the Lord Nov. 6, 2010. Survived by sisters, Alice (Cruz) Tapia, Annabel (Dan) Gallegos; numerous nieces and nephews. Rosary, 7 p.m. Nov. 26, St. Anne's. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Nov. 27, Roselawn Cemetery.

Herrera, John
John Herrera – Pueblo Chieftain – August 16, 1919 – John Herrera, age one month, died August 15. Body at McCarthy's.

Herrera, John Hernandez
John Hernandez Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - December 2, 2012 - John Hernandez Herrera, 91, passed away Nov. 27, 2012, with family at his beside. He was born Dec. 27, 1920, in Kansas City, Mo., to the union of Alberto and Vincenta (Hernandez) Herrera whom both preceded him in death; along with his beloved wife of 61 years, Maria Aurora Acosta Herrera; sister, Frances; aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews; son, Frankie Ortiz; and foster daughter, Rose Angel. John was in 310th ID, a World War II Veteran. He retired from CF&I. John leaves to cherish his memories, his beloved daughter, Dolores (Clark) Romero Sr.; grandchildren, John (Veronica) Cortez, Gary L. Apodaca Jr., John Apodaca and Clark (Rose) Romero Jr.; 12 great-grandchildren; numerous foster children; and other relatives and friends. Rosary vigil, 6 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral Mass, 11a.m. Wednesday, both services at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Interment Roselawn Cemetery, with military honors by Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.

Herrera, John Robert
John Robert "Uncle John" Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - March 10, 2010 - John Robert "Uncle John" Herrera, 64, Greeley, formerly of Pueblo, March 8. Adamson Funeral and Cremation, Greeley

Herrera, Joseph
Joseph Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - February 19, 2012 - Joseph Herrera. Rosary, 6 p.m. Monday and Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday; both at St. Francis de Sales/Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. Visitation, 1 to 4 p.m. Monday, at the funeral home.

Herrera, Joseph
Joseph Robert Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - June 24, 2014 - Joseph Robert Herrera, 83, passed June 21, 2014. He was born May 5, 1931, in Pueblo, Colo., and resided in Florence, Colo., for 81 years. A rosary will be held at 9:20 a.m., followed by a Mass on Wednesday, June 25, at St. Benedict Catholic Church in Florence.

Herrera, Joseph Aaron
Joseph Aaron Herrera - Denver Post - October 11, 2005 - Joseph Aaron Herrera died peacefully on October 10, 2005 of natural causes at the age of 80. Joe was born January 13, 1925 to Juan Antonio DeHerrera and Martha Rivera, of the Walsenburg and Three Pines area in southern Colorado. His parents and four siblings preceded him in death. He lived in the Denver area for most of his life. He is survived by his children, John and Bernadette Herrera; sister Edna Sena; former wife Mary Crespin; five grandchildren; twelve great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. The family will be received October 13, 2005 at 5 p.m. followed by a memorial service at 6 p.m. at Monarch Society.

Herrera, Larry Christopher
Larry Christopher Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - January 28, 2009 - Larry Christopher Herrera, a resident of Colorado Springs since 1986, passed away Jan. 26, 2009, in Colorado Springs. He was born on Dec. 18, 1948. He is survived by wife, Paula Herrera; children, Larry Christopher Herrera, Christopher John Herrera, Patricia A. Herrera, Jonathan G. Herrera, Brandon G. Herrera, Christopher Michael Roiz; and stepchildren, Ernie Fresquez, Michelle Medina, Esther Shippee. Visitation, 3 to 8 p.m. today, Jan. 28, 2009, with a rosary at 6 p.m. Service, 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 29, 2009, Evergreen Funeral Home, 1830 E. Fountain Blvd., Colorado Springs, Colo.

Herrera, Lena
Lena Herrera - Denver Post - May 15, 2007 - Lena Herrera, age 82, passed away peacefully on May 11, 2007, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Her generous heart and warm smile will be greatly missed by all who knew her. She was born in Ideal, Colorado and grew up in Walsenburg. After marrying Joe Herrera in 1945, she left Colorado and accompanied Joe on his Army assignments in Germany and throughout the United States. They retired to Colorado Springs in 1970. Lena is survived by son Roger (Susan), daughter Linda Kostic (Dave), and son Alex (Linda); grandchildren Lindsay (Gary Ogden), Katy, and Lexie; great-grandchildren Leo and Isabel; sister Rosann Gardner and brother David Cruz. She was preceded in death by her husband Joe, grandson Michael, and brothers Pete and Tony Cruz. Lena delighted in her grandchildren and enjoyed the antics of her mischievous cat, Tigger. Her family will miss her dearly, but take comfort in fond memories and the knowledge that she is resting comfortably in God's arms. A graveside service is planned for 10 AM Thursday, May 17, 2007, at Fort Logan National Cemetery, assembly area C, in Denver, Colorado. A reception will follow at Highlands Ranch Eastridge Community Center, 9568 S. University Blvd, Highlands Ranch, Colorado.

Herrera, Leo
Leo “Red” Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - March 5, 2012 - Leo “Red” Herrera, 85. Viewing, 5 to 7 p.m. today, Romero Chapel. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Praise Assembly of God Church. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. Military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.

Herrera, Lori Ann
Lori Ann Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - June 12, 2011 - Lori Ann Herrera. "Our Queen of Hearts," 40, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on June 8, 2011. She was preceded in death by her father, Ted Herrera Sr.; and grandparents, Fred and Ruth Herrera. Lori is survived by her children, James (Felicia), Thomas and Bonnie Herrera; brothers, Ted (Patti) Jr. and Steven (Jozef) Herrera; grandparents, Alfred and Victoria Estrada; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and friends. Special thanks to Katelyn Cruz. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Monday, Romero Chapel. Friends and family will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following service.

Herrera, Manuel
Manuel Herrera – Pueblo Chieftain – November 6, 1918 – Manuel Herrera, age 11 months, died at the family home, 418 Plum St. The body was removed to the United Funeral Home. Funeral announcement later. Pueblo Chieftain – November 7, 1918 – The funeral of Manuel Herrera will be held this morning at 11 o'clock from the United Funeral Home. Interment in Roselawn.

Herrera, Manuel
Pfc. Manuel Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - August 23, 1999 - Our Past Century, 1966 - 1967 - Vietnam Takes Toll on Pueblo's Sons - Young people shopping at Pueblo music stores were buying the new "Help" album by The Beatles. Yet, they were also buying Army Sgt. Barry Sadler's "Ballad of the Green Berets." Even in pop music, it was impossible to ignore the growing war in Vietnam. The war was on the front pages of The Chieftain and Star-Journal every day, complete with combat photos and maps where the heaviest fighting was taking place. More chilling were the small stories that were cropping up showing the smiling faces of young Pueblo men, in Army caps or Marine helmets, along with the news they had been killed in action. Over the next two years, 16 Pueblo men would be killed in action: Cpl. James Spinuzzi, Sgt. Alex Montoya, Sgt. David Garcia, Pfc. John Robbins, Pfc. Pete Martinez, Pfc. Phillip Wiley, Pfc. Manuel Herrera. The list would go on through the war until it totaled 58 dead.

Herrera, Orlando E.
Orlando E. Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - December 2, 2010 - Orlando E. Herrera, 82, passed away Nov. 27, 2010. He was preceded in death by parents, Joe and Eva Herrera; and brother, Joe Herrera Jr. Orlando is survived by his nephews, Charles (Carla) Herrera of Aurora, Ill., and Chris (Erin) Herrera of Pueblo, Colo. Orlando was born on June 10, 1928. He served in the U.S. Navy for 22 years. After a brief retirement from the Navy, Orlando was the clubhouse manager of the Walsenburg Golf Club for 27 years. There will be a vigil and memorial held at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3, 2010, and a funeral Mass at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, 2010, both at St. Mary Catholic Church.

Herrera, Patricia
Patricia Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - January 6, 2013 - Patricia Herrera, 80, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on Dec. 29, 2012, at home surrounded by her family. She was preceded in death by her parents, Mary Louise and Salvador Renteria; and niece, Debra Gonzales. Patricia is survived by her loving husband of 61 years, Eugene J.; children, Chuck (Mary), Phillip (Nancy), Ron (Gary), Bette (Emily), Joe (Davinia) and special girl, Sarina (Jered); 10 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; siblings, Irene (Jay), Susie (Max), Mary Lou (George), Margie (Albert), Salvador (Margarita), Sil (Janet), Paul (Caroline) and Tillie; and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Rosary, 6 p.m. Monday. Funeral Mass, 11 a.m. Tuesday, both at Holy Family Catholic Church. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Relatives and friends will be received at the church hall following both services.

Herrera, Patricia Ann
Patricia Ann Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - February 24, 2011 - Patricia Ann Herrera, 31, a Pueblo native, passed away Feb. 19, 2011, at Parkview Medical Center. Affectionately known as “Trish” to family and friends, she was born June 6, 1979. She was preceded in death by her parents, Larry and Adeline Herrera; and two brothers. Trish is survived by six children, three brothers, two sisters other relatives and friends. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Saturday, Angelus Chapel, with the Rev. Frank Davied officiating. Family will receive friends at the Zaragoza Hall following the service. Arrangements, Angelus.

Herrera, Patricio Gilberto
Patricio Gilberto Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - August 7, 2012 - Patricio Gilberto Herrera, 90, the last surviving member of his family, passed away peacefully Aug. 3, 2012. Born in Anton Chico, N.M., March 14, 1922. Preceded in death by parents, lndalicio and Juanita (Lucero) Herrera; brothers, Miguel, Pete, Jesus and Jose; sister, Henrietta; and son, David Herrera. Survived by wife, Flora; children, Juanita Crowley, Ernestine (Adolph) Gallardo, Mary Patricia Herrera, Phillip Herrera, Virginia Herrera, Gloria Herrera, Geraldine Herrera; 11 grandchildren; and 13 great- grandchildren. He retired from the Pueblo Army Depot in 1975, and was a WWII veteran. Patricio enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening and telling jokes. Services will be held Aug. 8, 2012, at Holy Rosary Parish with rosary beginning at 10:30 a.m. and Memorial Mass to follow. Cremation has taken place.

Herrera, Paul
Paul Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - July 2, 2009 - Paul Herrera, 85, died June 30, 2009, at Sangre de Cristo Hospice in Pueblo. Survived by wife, Clara; five children; numerous grandchildren; two sisters; and one brother. Visitation, 2 to 5 p.m. today; funeral service, 11 a.m. Friday, both at Praise Assembly. Burial, 1:30 p.m., Fowler Cemetery. Reception, 4 to 6 p.m., Praise Assembly.

Herrera, Pauline Adeline
Pauline Adeline Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - June 22, 2010 - Pauline Adeline Herrera, 71, departed this Earth as she gave her “glory” shout upon entering heaven on June 19, 2010. Preceded in death by her loving husband, Steve Herrera; her parents, Phillip and Lupe Duran; sisters, Isabel and Adeline; and brother, Arthur. Survived by her children, Becky (Faustin) Atencio, Loretta (Robert) Sanchez, Stephanie (Harold) Mosier, Dianna Rodriguez and Steven B. Herrera; 12 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. Her faithfulness to the Lord was exemplified by her life as she graciously loved and cared for all who were blessed to have known her. She loved her family unconditionally and her memory will forever be cherished. Viewing, 3 to 5 p.m. today, with a celebration service to follow at 6 p.m., Romero Chapel. Family and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following service. Funeral service, 1 p.m. Wednesday, Agape Fellowship. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Family and friends will be received at the church hall following interment.

Herrera, Richard
Richard Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - May 22, 2012 - Richard Herrera, 45. Cremation, Montgomery and Steward Crematorium.

Herrera, Robert
Robert "Lurch" Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - March 31, 2011 - Robert "Lurch" Herrera, 60, passed away unexpectedly on March 28, 2011. He was born Aug. 26, 1950, in Manzanola, Colo. He was preceded in death by his mother, Faye Castro Archuleta; and his sister, Rose Herrera. Lurch is survived by his father, Art Herrera; his son, Christopher Herrera; his siblings, Sylvia Herrera, Marlene Hernandez, Alonzo Archuleta, and Jamie Herrera; three grandchildren, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Visitation, 1 to 4 p.m. Friday; funeral service, 9 a.m. Saturday, both at Angelus Funeral Home, with Deacon Phillip Blue Medina officiating.

Herrera, Rose
Rose Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - June 13, 2007 - Rose Herrera, born Dec. 24, 1911 departed this life on June 11, 2007. Preceded in death by her husband, Tito Herrera; son, Alfred V. Herrera; daughter, Gloria E. Garcia; parents, Gabriel Sanchez and Josefa Sanchez; brothers and sisters, Theodore Sanchez, Augustina Chavez, Benerita Galvan, Tony Sanchez and Oris Sanchez. Survived by her daughters, Stella Martinez, Helen Barela, and Jane Garbiso; numerous nieces, nephews, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Memorial service will be held Friday, June 15, 2007, 11:00 a.m. at Christ the King Church, La Veta, Colo.

Herrera, Sally
Sally Herrera - Pueblo Chieftain - May 3, 2007 - Sally Herrera, 82, passed away May 1, 2007. Preceded in death by her loving husband, Jake Herrera; and grandson, Elijah Daniel Garcia. Survived by her daughters, Evelyn (Brian) Urata of Los Angeles, Calif., Linda (Andrew) Rodriguez of Pueblo, and Janice (Frank) Garcia of Anaheim, Calif.; grandchildren, Andrew Rodriguez Jr., Michele (David) Arellano, Brian Urata Jr., Scott Urata and Charisa Celina Garcia; great-grandchildren, Jacob, Isaiah and Isabella Arellano and Nicholas Rodriguez. Sally was born on Sept. 5, 1924, in Walsenburg, Colo. to Onesimo and Rogeria Pacheco. She was a member of Praise Assembly of God and was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Viewing, 1 to 5 p.m. today and noon to 4 p.m. Friday, at the funeral home. Prayer service, 6:30 p.m. Friday with Pastor Orlando Vigil officiating. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Saturday, May 5, 2007, with the Pastor Bobby Wilson officiating. Both services at Praise Assembly, 2000 Troy Ave. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery.

Herrera, Ted L. Sr.
Ted L. Herrera Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - June 25, 2009 - Ted L. Herrera Sr., 65, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on June 21, 2009. He was preceded in death by his parents, Cesario and Ruth Herrera; brother, Edward Herrera; sister, Emily Aragon; brother-in-law, Alfred M. Estrada Jr.; and nephews, Larry Aragon and David James Herrera Jr. He is survived by his loving wife of 40 years, Rebecca Herrera; children, Ted L. (Patti) Jr., Lori, Steven A. Sr., James, Thomas and Bonnie Herrera; eight grandchildren; siblings, Fred Mascarenas, Claude (Claudia) Herrera, David (Pat) Herrera Sr., Elizabeth Herrera, Pauline (Larry) Homminga and Thomas Herrera; parents-in-law, Alfred M. and Victoria Estrada Sr.; sisters-in-law, Pat, Vicki and Rita (Danny); very good friend, Gilbert Gregory; and numerous nephews, nieces, extended family and friends. Ted will be remembered as a great husband, father, grandfather and brother. He was an avid fisherman and Broncos fan. Cremation has taken place. The family would like to extend their deepest appreciation to Joni Fair of Sangre de Cristo Hospice. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Friday, Romero Chapel. Family and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following service.

Herrera, Theodoro
Theodoro Herrera – Pueblo Chieftain – December 15, 1918 – Theodoro Herrera, died at 1611 Spruce St., December 14. Body at McCarthy's.

Herrera-Saiz, Mary Virginia
Mary Virginia Herrera-Saiz - Pueblo Chieftain - March 29, 2012 - Mary Virginia Herrera-Saiz, of Pueblo, passed away on March 24, 2012. Virginia was born on July 11, 1923. Preceded in death by her son, Levi Rivera; great- grandson, Joshua Abeyta; her parents; and numerous brothers and sisters. Survived by her sister, Delphia Montoya; children, Toni DeLao, Vivian (Sal) Martinez, Fred (Louise Aragon) DeLao, John (Stella) DeLao, Tito (Amy) Maes, Debbie (Tony) Hankins, Eve Rivera and Georgia Rivera; 18 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. At Virginia's request, cremation has taken place. Virginia will be sadly missed. Celebration of Life, 2 p.m. Friday, Romero Chapel. Family and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following service.

Herrero, Masenrenio
Masenreino Herrero - Pueblo Chieftain – July 24, 1918 – Accident – A motor truck carrying five-man was run down by a train your Blanche of and one of the men was killed, the others jumping out of the way barely in time. The man who was struck by the engine was Masenreino Herrero of La Veta, a track walker.

Herrick, Marjorie Blanche
Marjorie Blanche Herrick - Pueblo Chieftain - August 21, 2010 - Marjorie Blanche Herrick died Aug. 4, 2010. She was born to Louie Marie Sweet Simmons and Elmer Edwin Simmons, Dec. 31, 1918, in Medford, Ore. As a young girl, she cared for her nine younger siblings, then took a job as a switchboard operator. Later, she began a lifetime career as a bookkeeper. In 1951, she married Frank Dennison Herrick and they moved to Pueblo, Colo. Life in Pueblo focused on family, friends of the First Baptist Church, PEO and DAR. Marjorie worked at the church and later taught Sunday school. She had a remarkable zest for life, love for people and dedication to her passions. She made clothes and crispy bread and butter pickles, designed and made doll clothes, raised amazing roses and loved feeding the birds. She studied genealogy and wrote an extensive family history. In 2005, Marjorie and Frank moved to Florence, Ore., to join Cheryl and, son-in-law Keith Peaker. She is survived by siblings, Lewis, Gary, Cecil and Phyllis; daughters, Cheryl Lee Peaker, and Janis Jyleen Smith; three grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. Her life was celebrated at a service in Yachats, Ore. on Aug. 6, 2010.

Herrig, Elizabeth
Elizabeth Herrig - Pueblo Chieftain - November 7, 1917 - Mrs. Elizabeth Herrig, age 47 years, passed away at the family residence, 720 W. 13th St., yesterday morning. Mrs. Herrig is survived by her daughter, Miss Nellie Herrig and had resided in Pueblo for the past 12 years. She was beloved by all who knew her, and during her residence in the city, she made many friends. Her husband, Nicholas Herrig, passed away in the city three years ago. The body was removed to the McCarthy Undertaking Parlors. The funeral announcement will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain - November 8, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Herrig will take place this morning at 8:30 o'clock from the late residence, 720 W. 11th St. and from Sacred Heart Church at 9 o'clock. Rev. Thomas J. Wolohan will conduct the services and the interment will be in Roselawn Cemetery under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain - November 9, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Herrig took place yesterday at 8:30 from the residence, 720 W. 11th St. and 9 o'clock from Sacred Heart Church. Rev. Thomas J. Wolohan said mass for the dead and delivered a most beautiful eulogy on the life of the deceased. The pallbearers were: Misses Catherine Muldoon, Isabelle Muldoon, Mesdames Mary McDonald, Mary Fahey, Anna O'Brien, and Mary Mullahy. Interment was in Roselawn under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company.

Herring, Brandon Donald
Brandon Donald Herring - Pueblo Chieftain - May 24, 2009 - Brandon Donald Herring, 38, born Nov. 7, 1970, passed away May 20, 2009. Preceded in death by grandparents, Dave and Esther Cozzolino and Harold and Mary Ann Herring; uncles, Dan and Greg Herring. Survived by his parents, Ron and Mickey Herring; brothers, Ronnie (Melissa) Herring and Brian (Caroline) Herring; wife, Stacie Kranzler Herring; children, Jessie and Paige Herring; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Brandon was a very kind, loving and giving father and husband. He enjoyed fishing, sports and spending time with his family and friends. He always was there for the ones who needed him most. Funeral Mass, 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 26, 2009, St. Joseph Catholic Church. Interment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Arrangements under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Herring, Darlene
Darlene Herring - Pueblo Chieftain - September 1, 2013 - Darlene Herring, 61, passed away on Aug. 26, 2013. Preceded in death by her parents, Ernest and Stella Mehle; and several aunts and uncles. She is survived by her children, Jeremy Herring and Lauri (Jim) Wardle; grandchildren, Chelsey and Jimmy Wardle and Christian Herring; brothers, Robert (Angela) Mehle and Charles (Paula) Mehle; and many nieces and nephews. Darlene was a loving mom and grandmother and will be missed dearly. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013, at Roselawn Funeral Home Chapel.

Herring, Leahy E.
Leahy E. Herring - Pueblo Indicator - October 5, 1929 - Word comes of the death of Mrs. Leahy E. Herring, 82, at Los Angeles, on September 16. Mrs. Herring and her husband, S. W. Herring, came to Pueblo in 1884, and resided here till about 10 years ago. She was a real pioneer and had a host of friends here.

Herring, Thelma
Thelma Herring – Pueblo Chieftain - January 14, 1919 - Thelma Herron, aged three years, died January 13, at a local hospital. The funeral announcement will be made later by Davis-Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – January 28, 1919 – The remains of Thelma Herring were forwarded by Davis & Vories to Clayton, New Mexico, yesterday accompanied by the mother, Mrs. Mary Herring and Mrs. Lewis Sterling.

Herrington, Anthony Mark
Anthony "Mark" Herrington - Pueblo Chieftain - November 24, 2010 - Anthony "Mark" Herrington, 47, passed away Nov. 21, 2010. Mark was a special friend to anyone, a strong Christian and enjoyed the outdoors, fishing, stargazing and motorcycles. He bravely faced any challenge head on. Mark was preceded in death by his father, James Herrington; uncles, Isaac Bunker and Jack Herrington; and grandparents, Victor and Albinita Bunker and Patrick and Etolia Herrington. He is survived by his mother, Shirley Herrington; brothers and sisters, Steve (Joyce) Herrington, Jerry (Elaine) Serviss, Darlene Lewis, Jimmy (Janet) Herrington; foster sister, Angela Taylor; aunts and uncles, Jimmie (Charlotte) Bunker, Loretta (Ben) Wilton, George Bunker, Jean Lucero, Mary (Roy) Grant, Edward (Glenna) Herrington, Della McBee, Billie Nanny, Patsy (Bill) Rose; numerous cousins, nephews and nieces; and special friend, Patsy Seamann. Cremation and memorial service will be announced at a later date. Arrangements by Adrian Comer Funeral Home. Pueblo Chieftain - September 13, 2013 - Anthony Mark Herrington, 48. A Celebration of Life will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, at Grace Community Church, 1405 25th Lane.

Herrington, D. L.
D. L. Herrington - Rocky Mountain News - March 2, 1882 - Pueblo Points - D. L. Herrington, a smallpox patient at Catlin, 50 miles East of here, died to-day. The excitement among the citizens has rather increased than diminished.

Herrmann, Dorothy
Dorothy Herrmann - Boies-Ortega Funeral Home - November 2011 - Dorothy Herrmann, 84, of Walsenburg, died Wednesday, November 16, 2011. She was born on June 29, 1927 in Loveland, CO. to the late, Fred and Cora Mier Senn. She married Harold Herrmann, on August 11, 1946, who preceded her in death on November 17, 2008. She is also preceded in death by two brothers, Robert & Art Senn. Dorothy retired as a cook for the Colorado State University. She and Harold loved the Colorado Mountains and fall colors, so they made the move to Walsenburg about five and a half years ago. She is survived by her children, Phillip (Jackie) Herrmann, Plattville, CO., Melvin (Donna) Herrmann, Edgewater, CO., Marilyn (Debs) Kelly, Walsenburg, a sister, Mildred Schroetlin, five grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. At Dorothy's request, cremation has taken place with interment at the Ft. Logan National Cemetery at a later date.

Herron, Russell E.
Russell Herron – Pueblo Chieftain – October 13, 1919 – Russell, 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Herron, died the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Lee, 2419 East Routt Ave., yesterday morning. The funeral will be held from the residence this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. J. H. Ketchum will officiate. Burial in Mountain View in charge of the United Undertaking Co. Pueblo Chieftain – October 14, 1919 – The funeral of Russell E. Herron was held from 2419 Routt Ave. yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. J. H. Ketchum officiated. Interment Mountain View in charge of United.

Herron, Ruth Opal
Ruth Opal Herron - Pueblo Chieftain - March 1, 2011 - Ruth Opal Herron, 89, passed away Feb. 26, 2011. She was preceded in death by her husband, Paul Herron; daughter, Barbara Wibright; and 13 siblings. She is survived by her children, Bill (Sue) Herron, Beverly (Joan) Herron, Shirley Anaya, Ronald (Cheryl) Herron; 14 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; sister-in-law, Clara Ann Prigmore; numerous nieces, nephews and other family members. Ruth was a member of Royal Neighbors. She loved fishing, sewing, traveling and her grandchildren. Viewing, 4 to 6 p.m. today, March 1, 2011, T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 2, 2011, Wild West Cowboy Church, 1025 S. Prairie Ave. Interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Herschberger, Velma
Velma Herschberger - Herald & Review - May 12, 2004 - Velma Herschberger, 55, Arthur, former Herschberger Fruit Shed employee, died Sunday (May 9, 2004). Services: 10 a.m. Thursday, Calvary Temple, Arcola. Visitation: 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday. Burial: Pleasant View Church Cemetery. Memorials: to the family. Member: Calvary Temple. Survivors: daughter, Shana Lowe, Arthur; mother, Susie Herschberger, Arthur; brothers, Vernon Herschberger, Trinidad, Colo.; JR Herschberger, Tuscola. Preceded by: father and two brothers.

Herschel, Paul
Paul Herschel - Trinidad Times Independent - July 20, 2012 - Paul Herschel, passed away on July 15, 2012, at the age of 83. Private family inurnment will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully requests donations be made to MDA or Sayre Senior Center in Paul's memory. Arrangements are under the direction of Comi Funeral Home.

Herseinger, Adam
Adam Herseinger - Rocky Mountain News - February 13, 1891 - Prominent Man Dead - Pueblo, Colo., Feb. 12 - Adam Herseinger, recently a resident of Ouray, and owner of mines all over the state, died last night at his home, No. 310 Michigan Avenue.

Hersh, Charles Henry
Charles Henry Hersh - Pueblo Chieftain - March 10, 2013 - Charles Henry Hersh, 65. Graveside service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, at Mountain View Cemetery.

Hershberger, Clayton Michael
Clayton Michael Hershberger - Pueblo Chieftain - May 20, 2012 - Man dies in rollover crash - Alcohol, speed suspected as factors - A Westcliffe man died as the result of a one-vehicle crash on Colorado 115 about 7 miles north of here Friday evening. According to the Colorado State Patrol, Clayton Michael Hershberger, 23, of Westcliffe, died as the result of the crash at 6:35 p.m. Friday. Hershberger was driving southbound on Colorado 115 in a 2004 Hyundai Tiburon when he failed to negotiate a right hand curve, according to Colorado State Patrol Trooper Robert Varner. The car began to rotate clockwise and Hershberger overcorrected causing the car to rotate counterclockwise. The vehicle went off the left side of the road, striking an embankment and large boulders before becoming airborne and colliding with the hillside. The vehicle then rolled along the hillside coming to rest on its top. Hershberger was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash but died on scene. Alcohol and excessive speed are suspected in the cause of the crash, according to Varner.

Hershberger, Yvette W.
Yvette W. Hershberger - Greensboro News & Record - April 14, 2011 - Yvette W. Hershberger, 86, passed away April 12, 2011. Yvette Hershberger was born April 11, 1925 to the late Cora Belle and "Tip" Williams of La Veta, Colorado. She spent her youth in La Veta until the outbreak of WWII. She performed war jobs in Pueblo, Co and Alamosa, CO until the end of the war. Thereafter, Yvette Hershberger became Deputy County Clerk of Alamosa, CO where she was able to share her talents and energy working for and with the community. Greensboro became her residence in 1956. Greensboro became her home when her prayers were answered with the birth of her twin girls. Yvette Hershberger proudly raised and educated her girls in North Carolina with the help of close friends and a community she came to call home. She is survived by her loving daughter, Melinda H. Hershberger and her husband Colin Smith of High Point, daughter Melissa J. Hershberger and her husband Daniel T. Winkler of Greensboro, her nephew, Kenneth Fulfs of La Veta, CO, her niece Rebecca Williams, of Pueblo, CO, and nephew-in-law Terrence Kindt of Littleton, CO (the much beloved husband of her late niece Sharon Diane Fulfs Kindt) and her gracious and loving friend, Rene Thornhill of Greensboro. Yvette Hershberger will be taken back to her cherished mountain home, La Veta, CO, where she will be forever with her family. To honor Yvette Hershberger's life, her daughters request that you read to all the children who enrich your life. Forbis and Dick North Elm Street is serving the Hershberger family.

Herts, Rose J.
Rose J. Herts – Pueblo Chieftain – December 12, 1918 – Mrs. Rose J. Herts, age 24 years, late of Denver, died at 805 ½ E. Evans Ave. December 11. Survived by husband, mother, sister and brother. Body at Davis-Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – December 13, 1918 – The funeral of Mrs. Rose J. Herts will be held from the Davis-Vories Chapel this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Interment will be made in the North Side Jewish Cemetery.

Herzberger, Emanuel F.
Emanuel F. "Manny" Herzberger - Pueblo Chieftain - November 17, 2010 - Emanuel “Manny” F. Herzberger, October 1, 1927 - November 15, 2010 - Emanuel “Manny” F. Herzberger left us on November 15, 2010 following a year long battle with colon cancer. During this brave fight, he inspired and touched all that were around him. He was born October 1, 1927 in Colorado Springs to Vernon and Hattie Herzberger. Being born to deaf parents, Emanuel and his brother Bill shared experiences and adventures that few can understand. He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 1947 and participated in the Berlin Airlift as an aircraft instrument specialist. Upon his return from Germany in 1949, he enrolled at UNC in Greeley, graduating with his teaching degree in 1953. It was there that he met the love of his life, Marian Black, and they were married August 8, 1954. They were blessed with 5 children; Charlene (Tom) Hornyak, Mitchell (Liz) Herzberger, Linda (David) Herzberger-Kimball, Robert (Angel) Leffler-Herzberger and Susan Kirk. He will be missed by the grandchildren that he treasured beyond measure; Megan, Aubrey, Kelsey, Hillary, Eric, Daniel, Elise, Hannah, Adam, Faith, and Ava. He is survived by his brothers, Bill (Nicky) Herzberger and Bob (Merryl) Black, 4 nieces and a nephew. Emanuel's love of teaching spanned 37 years, 34 years being at Parkview Elementary School. His last 15 years he was the Title I reading specialist after receiving his Masters Degree from Adam State College in 1972. He was an active member of the Pueblo, Colorado and National Education Associations. He was active with the Boy Scouts of America for over 50 years, always lending a hand to start another den or help with popcorn sales. In 1986, he received the Silver Beaver, the highest honor within the BSA. With his son Mitch's encouragement, Manny became a member of South Pueblo Lodge #31 and served in various positions with the Lodge, the Southern Colorado Consistory, and the Al Kaly Shrine over the last 19 years. Emanuel believed that “God had blessed him all his life” , being a member of Bethel United Methodist Church for over 50 years, moving to First United Methodist Church in 2008. Those who knew him knew that Manny was a dreamer and on October 8, 2010 he fulfilled his lifelong dream of seeing the Statue of Liberty, made possible by the Jeremy Bloom's Wish of a Lifetime. Because of this and his love of education, donations in memory of Manny may be made to the South Pueblo Lodge #31 Education Fund, benefiting Masonic Educational Scholarships or the Jeremy Bloom's Wish of a Lifetime Foundation, direct or through the mortuary. Manny will lie in state from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m. today at the mortuary. Emanuel's services will be held at Pueblo First United Methodist Church on Friday, Nov. 19 at 2:00 p.m. Interment with Masonic burial rites and military honors will follow at the Imperial Cemetery.

Herzberger, John Ernie
Ernie Herzberger - Pueblo Chieftain - August 11, 2011 - John E. Herzberger. Ernie unexpectedly went somewhere else on Aug. 7, 2011. He was a big guy in size and heart, affectionately called “Mother” as an early member of the Dawn Patrol. Ernie was outgoing and helpful with a whistle and a friendly word. He told a good tale, often with a few embellishments. His family was his joy, and commercial salmon fishing in Alaska was his favorite time. Ernie's first career was as a teacher, then as a banker and in retirement he did substitute teaching. His wife is, Carolyn; daughter, Sherri Albern; son, Rob Herzberger; granddaughter, Kali Albern; son-in-law, Robert Albern; sister, Betty Proctor; son-in-law, Martin Moore; and tail-wagging Ozzy, best bud. A very informal remembrance will be between 7:15 p.m. and 9 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 13, 2011 at a favorite cafe, Rita's, 302 N. Grand. Ernie would have liked for donations to either Wet Mountain Wildlife, 743 Crestview Dr., Florence, CO 81226 or to www.missionwolf. No flowers of food.

Herzberger, Mitchell
Mitchell V. Herzberger - Pueblo Chieftain - January 7, 2014 - Mitchell V. Herzberger died Dec. 31, 2013, at St. Joseph Hospital, Denver, following a courageous six-year battle with cancer. He was 55 years old. Mitch was born Dec. 4, 1958, to Emanuel and Marian (Black) Herzberger in Pueblo, Colo., where he grew up and graduated from Pueblo East High School. He earned an associate degree from Aims Community College in Greeley. On July 10, 1993, he married Elizabeth I. Taylor at Rocky Mountain Christian Church in Niwot. Mitch was a heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) technician. He worked for Fluor Global at IBM and most recently for Boulder Valley Schools, until his health forced his retirement. He was a member of Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church in Gunbarrel, Past Master of Lafayette Masonic Lodge No. 91 AF&AM and a former board member for the Colorado Senior Pro Rodeo Association. Mitch had also volunteered as a Boy Scout leader. Mitch loved everything to do with cattle, horses and livestock, the Western lifestyle, country music and was a huge rodeo fan. He also enjoyed hunting and camping. He was preceded in death by his father. Mitch is survived by his wife, Liz Taylor-Herzberger; daughter, Kelsey Jeanne Herzberger; mother, Marian Herzberger; brother, Robert Lefler-Herzberger (Anjel); three sisters, Charlene Hornyak (Tom), Linda Herzberger-Kimball (David) and Susan Kirk; father-in-law, William W. Degge; mother-in-law, Ima Degge; brother-in-law, William Degge; sisters-in-law, Juanita Hebenstreit (Tim) and Jeanne Powers (Jack); uncle, Robert Black; aunt, Nicky Herzberger; and numerous nieces, nephews and godchildren. Memorial services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014, at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church, 7077 Harvest Road, Boulder. Cremation entrusted to Ahlberg Funeral Chapel and Crematory.

Herzinger, Willie
Willie Herzinger - Rocky Mountain News - August 13, 1894 - An Ouray Youth Drowned in Kansas - Ouray, Colo., Aug. 12 - A telegram was received today by Mrs. A. G. Herzinger stating that her son Willie was drowned at Galena, Kan. The remains will be buried at Pueblo.

Herzog, Sarah
Sarah Herzog - Pueblo Chieftain - January 20, 2005 - Sarah Herzog, passed away Jan. 19, 2005. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, Jan. 21, 2005, in the Davis Memorial Chapel. Complete obituary on Friday.

Hesheon, James
James Hesheon - Pueblo Chieftain - December 24, 1917 - James Heshion, age 53 years, died in this city yesterday evening after a lingering illness. Mr. Heshion came to Pueblo three years ago for the benefit of his health but all efforts failed to help him. Mr. Heshion was a conductor of the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company until he came to this city. He leaves two daughters, Anna and Mary of this city; two sisters, Miss Mary Heshion of Oakland, Calif., and Mrs. Ellen Macrorie of Whittier, Calif., and one brother, John Heshion of Downs, Kan. He was a member of the B. of R. T. of Mayflower, Kan., of the Order of Railroad Conductors of Atchison, Kan., and the Knights of Columbus of Concordia, Kan. The body was removed to the United Funeral Home and will be forwarded to Downs, Kan., for interment accompanied by the daughters and the sister. Pueblo Chieftain – December 25, 1917 – The body of James Hesheon was forwarded last evening by the United Undertaking Company to Downs, Kansas, accompanied by the daughters and the sister.

Hess, Daniel W.
Daniel W. Hess – Pueblo Chieftain – June 12, 1919 – Daniel W. Hess, age 53 years, died at a local hospital June 11. Body at McCarthy's.

Hess, Eugene Earl
Eugene Earl Hess - Pueblo Chieftain - October 7, 2009 - Eugene Earl Hess, 73, passed away Sept. 25, 2009. Survived by his wife, Bonnie Raley Hess; seven children; 26 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and parents, Spencer and Elizabeth Hess. Born April 8, 1936, in Baker City, Ore. Funeral service, 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 9, 2009, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Outlook Building, 1411 Fortino Blvd. Burial, Divide Creek Cemetery, Silt, Colo.

Hess, Susie (Husband of)
Mr. Hess - Denver Evening Post - December 26, 1895 - Mrs. Hess' Trouble - A Former Pueblo Woman in Dire Distress in Washington - Spokane, Wash., Dec. 26 - Mrs. Susie Hess of this city, but formerly of Pueblo, Colo., is in sore trouble. She recently lost her father, mother, sister and brother, and her husband died at Pueblo. She concluded to come to her folks in this state, but in order to give them a surprise did not send word of her coming, and when she reached Ellensburg, where they lived, found that they had sent their household effects by freight to Genesee and had started for that place overland with a wagon. Mrs. Hess traced them along the route a short distance and then lost them absolutely. This was six weeks ago and they have not yet reached Genesee and no trace of them can be found. They had considerable money, and Mrs. Hess greatly fears that they have all been murdered, but as no clew to their bodies has been found the idea is not seconded by the police. Search is now being instituted for the lost family.

Hessar, Abe
Abe Hessar - Pueblo Indicator - March 3, 1934 - Friends of the Abe Hessar family of Orchard Park attended the funeral of Mr. Hessar last week. He had lived for many years in the Park, and his death, while not unexpected, was deeply felt by his neighbors.

Hessenius, Eldon
Eldon “Al” Hessenius - Pueblo Chieftain - July 7, 2010 - Eldon “Al” Hessenius, 68, of Pueblo, lost his battle with cancer on July 3, 2010. He is survived by his wife, Mary; daughter, Mary Kinaman; son, James Hessenius; grandchildren, Michael Hessenius and Michelle; sisters, Eleanor Suckow and Evelyn (Bernie) Buol; brother, Elmer (Eva) Hessenius; brothers-in-law, Dick (Thelma) Kimler and Lee (Martha) Kimler; sister-in-law, Charlene Kimler; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, Elmer and Emma Hessenius; sister, Esther Kimler; brothers-in-law, Willis Suckow, Roy Kimler and Jack Kimler; mother and father-in-law, James and June Kimler; sisters-in-law, Sally Kimler and Susan Shrewsbury; son-in-law, James Kinaman. Al served four years in the Army, and retired from Coca-Cola. He loved to travel, play golf and bowling. He was inducted into the bowler's hall of fame in 2000. His greatest passion was spending time with his family. The family would like to thank Dr. Louie and his staff for all their care and Sangre de Cristo Hospice for everything. He will be missed by his family and longtime friends. Viewing, 4 to 6 p.m. today; funeral service, 10 a.m. Thursday, July 8, 2010, both at Roselawn Funeral Home. Interment to follow. Family and friends will be received at Do Drop Inn, 1201 S. Santa Fe Ave., Pueblo, CO 81006.

Hester, Linda Jo
Linda Jo Hester - Pueblo Chieftain - May 22, 2010 - Linda Jo Hester, 62, beloved mother of Nathan Paul Angel, passed away May 19, 2010, at Belmont Lodge Care Center. Also survived by her brothers, James Edgar Hester and John David Hester; sister-in-law, Janet Hester; and dear friends, Sarah Angel-Herwitt, Allyssa Angel, Sylvia Strickland and Jeff Herwitt. Preceded in death by her parents, Clifford Jack Hester and Lois Ruth Hester; brothers, Jerry Hester and Robert Lee; and beloved friend, Julian B. Angel. Memorial service, 3:30 p.m. today, Belmont Church of the Nazarene, 1702 Bonforte Blvd.

Hetherington, Joseph Alexander
Joseph Alexander Hetherington – Pueblo Chieftain – August 15, 1918 – Joseph Alexander Hetherington, age 65 years, died at the family home, 6 Block O, yesterday morning. He leaves a wife of the family residence, two daughters, Mrs. O. V. Hipps, 317 Jackson St. of this city, and Mrs. William Ulery of Walsenburg, Colo. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2:30 from 317 Jackson St. Rev. F. A. Raten will officiate. Interment will be in Roselawn in charge of the United Undertaking Co. Pueblo Chieftain – August 16, 1918 – The funeral of Joseph Hetherington was held yesterday afternoon at 2:30 from the residence of the daughter, Mrs. O. V. Hipps, 317 Jackson St. Rev. F. A. Hatch, assisted by Rev. O. K. Maynard, conducted the services. Mr. and Mrs. Keough and Mrs. Hoskins sang "Nearer My God to Thee," and "God Be with You." The flower bearers were Mrs. M. E. Magill, and Miss Ed Cox. The pallbearers were: J. K. P. Magill, R. DeRemer, Charles Saxton, W. M. Doherty, G. W. Thurston, and J. C. Brewar. Interment was in Roselawn in the family lot.

Hetrick, Lee
Lee Hetrick - Pueblo Indicator - July 17, 1937 - Lee Hetrick, 18, was accidentally killed Wednesday when he fell under a WPA truck several miles northeast of town. The truck was driven by his brother, Lawrence, 20. The truck struck a soft shoulder and rolled over.

Hettinger, Meince
Meince J. Hettinger - Colorado Freedom Memorial: The following is the current information for this honoree in our database. Name Meince J. Hettinger; Service Branch: Army; War/Action: World War I; Colorado Home Town; Date of Death 10/7/1918; Place of Burial: Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Romagne, France. Biography: Entered service from Colorado. Member 110th Infantry Regiment, 28th Division. Inscription Panel: 2, Column: 1, Row: 32 [Note: Pvt. Meince J. Hettinger - Birth: unknown; Death: Oct. 7, 1918; Note: Colorado; Burial: Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery and Memorial, Romagne-sous-Montfaucon, Departement de la Meuse, Lorraine, France. Created by: CWGC/ABMC, Record added: Aug 05, 2010, Find A Grave Memorial# 55957471]

Heuett, Arthur
Arthur Heuett - Pueblo Chieftain - February 3, 1960 - Arthur Heuett, late of 316 ½ North Union, Feb. 3. Husband of Sarah Ella Heuett and father of Clyde F. and Carroll R. Heuett, all of Pueblo; Mrs. Velma Stockstill, Vallejo, Calif.; Mrs. Delsia Barton and Mrs. Shirley Beard, both of Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Lucille Marcum, Seattle, Wash.; Leon Arthur and Paul Loyd Heuett, both of Salt Lake, Utah; and Mrs. Edria Bassinger, Helper Utah. Grandfather of 27, great grandfather of 14. A resident of Pueblo since 1935. A retired carpenter. Arrangements later. Pueblo Chieftain February 4, 1960. Arthur Heuett. The time of service has been changed to 10 a.m. Saturday, Davis Mortuary Memorial Chapel, with James Reynolds, minister of the Church of Christ, officiating. To Mountain View.

Heuett, Claude Franklin
Claude Franklin Heuett - Pueblo Chieftain - November 29, 1980 - Claude Franklin Heuett, late of 156 Bridle Trail, passed away unexpectedly Thursday, Nov. 27, 1980. Service 3 p.m. Monday, Dec. 1, 1980, at Davis Memorial Chapel. Full notice later. Contributions may be made to Christian Children's Home, Portales, N.M. Pueblo Chieftain - November 30, 1980 - Claude Franklin Heuett, late of 156 Bridle Trail, passed away unexpectedly Thursday, Nov. 27, 1980. Survived by his widow, Wilma of the family home; son C. Frank (Cindy) Heuett of Pueblo; two brothers, Paul Lloyd Heuett of Utah and Carroll Heuett of Pueblo; two sisters, Mrs. Lucille Marcum of Oregon and Mrs. Edria Vanness of Pittsburgh, Pa., and two grandsons, William Jacob and Grant Weston Heuett, both of Pueblo. Also survived by brothers and sister-in-law, Mr. And Mrs. Loyd Bewley, Mr. And Mrs. Ervin Bewley, all of Pueblo, and Mr. And Mrs. Archie Bewley, both of Rifle. Mr. Heuett was a member of Broadway-Orman Church of Christ. He was born May 2, 1922, in Lamar and served in the U.S. Navy during WWII. Mr. Heuett was a city plumbing inspector for 28 years. Service 3 p.m. Monday, Dec. 1, 1980. Davis Memorial Chapel, with Howard Bryan, evangelist, officiating. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Contributions may be made to the New Mexico Christian Children's Home. West Star Route, Box 48, Portales, N.M. 88130.

Heuett, Sarah Ella
Sarah Ella Heuett - Pueblo Chieftain - May 1, 1962 - Sarah Ella Heuett, April 30. Mother of Claude F. and Carroll R. Heuett, both of Pueblo; Mrs. Velma Stockstill, Vallejo, Calif.; Mrs. Delsia Barton and Mrs. Shirley Beard, both of Portland, Ore.; Mrs. Lucille Marcum, Seattle, Wash.; Leon A. and Paul L. Heuett, both of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Mrs. Edria Basinger, Helper, Utah. Grandmother of 27, great-grandmother of 14. A resident of Pueblo since 1935. Her husband, Arthur Heuett, died February 3m 1960. Private service 10 a.m. Tuesday, Davis Memorial Chapel, with James Reynolds, minister of the Church of Christ, officiating. To Mountain View.

Hewes, Jacquelyn P.
Jacquelyn P. Hewes - Pueblo Chieftain - February 17, 2011 - Jacquelyn P. Hewes, 80, passed away Feb.16, 2011. She is survived by her husband of 61 1/2 years, Richard; sons, Rick (Becky), Jerry, Jeff (Darla) Hewes; grandchildren, Karista Hewes, Tiffani (Ben) Nelson, Kylie (Shane) Reynolds, Lendsey (Bryan) Miller, Krystal Hewes, Stevee Schwartz, Kyler, Brady, Makenna and Kelsie Hewes; 10 great-grandchildren; brother, Jerry Joe (Nancy) Perry; sisters, Carolyn (Jack) Beck, Phyllis (Dennis) Jacques; numerous other relatives. Jacquelyn was a member of Southwest Church of Christ, 1635 S. Pueblo Blvd., where a memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011. Cremation has taken place. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hewes, William L.
William L. Hewes – Pueblo Chieftain – December 26, 1918 – William L. Hewes, age 35 years, of 219 West Evans Ave., died at a local hospital December 25. Survived by wife. Body at Davis-Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – December 28, 1918 - The funeral of William L. Hewes will be held from the Davis-Vories Chapel this morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. J. H. Ketchum will officiate. Interment will be made in Mountain View Cemetery.

Hewitt, Dorothy M.
Dorothy M. Hewitt - Pueblo Chieftain - September 9, 2012 - Dorothy M. Hewitt, 89, passed away peacefully on Aug. 27, 2012, in Phoenix, Ariz. Survived by her children, David (Donna) Roth, Carmel, Calif., Kent (Jan) Roth, Texas Creek, Colo., Terri Hewitt (Fred Levine), Phoenix, Ariz.; nephew, Robert Garson (Brittany Simpson), Lakewood, Calif.; six grandchildren, Drew (Barbie) Roth, Mark (Kristen) Roth, Emily Roth, Keith Roth, Justin Roth, Heather Roth; eight Roth great-grandchildren, Mason, Daniel, Andie Sue, Kaysie Li, Zealyn, Cole, Alexis, Paris; her brothers, Bernard (Nellie) Lewis, Ray (Janice) Lewis, Ken (Carrie) Lewis, Gary (Carolyn) Lewis; and many loving nieces and nephews. Born in Pueblo on Nov. 6, 1922, she graduated from Central High School and later worked for the Pueblo County Courthouse, as well as for other businesses in Pueblo. Her retirement years were spent in Sun City, Ariz., where she volunteered at the Sun City Public Library. Until her final day, she was making friends and calling people “Honey.” She will be greatly missed by all. A private ceremony will be held in Carmel, Calif. Donations may be made to Hospice of the Valley, Phoenix, Ariz., (www.hov.org).

Hewitt, Kathryn Elaine
Kathryn Elaine Hewitt - Pueblo Chieftain - February 27, 2014 - Kathryn Elaine Hewitt, 73, a lifetime resident of Pueblo, born Feb. 22, 1941, passed away from a sudden illness on Feb. 23, 2014. She was preceded in death by both parents, Herbert Maurice and L. Juanita (Hyde) Hewitt; four brothers, Dwight Alan, Dennis Ray, William Maurice and Herbert Kenneth. She is survived by two brothers, Larry (Ruth) Hewitt of Ohio and Richard Hewitt of Colorado; one sister, Susan Lynne McCuiston of Colorado; two nephews, Heath (Faith) Bigley, Steven (Julie) Hewitt; two nieces, Heather (Will) Ulibarri, Lisa (Ross) Stock; as well as 11 great-nephews and nieces. Kathy had many other family and friends, including her dearest friend, Jan Elston. She graduated from South High School in 1962. She went on to be a caregiver and companion for 16 years. She worked in the community until her retirement in the early 2000s. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 1, 2014, at Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Inurnment at a later date.

Heydle, Christina M.
Christina M. Heydle - Pueblo Chieftain - May 18, 2009 - Christina M. Heydle, 82, Pueblo West, May 16. Arrangements pending. Montgomery & Steward.

Heydle, Lawrence J.
Lawrence J. Heydle - Pueblo Chieftain - October 17, 2010 - Lawrence J. Heydle, 85, passed away on Oct. 9, 2010. Survived by his children, Larry Heydle Sr. and Terri Schnacker; grandchildren, Larry Heydle Jr., Danny, Tera, Justin, Keena and Meesha Schnacker; great-granddaughter, Isabella Schnacker; brother, Carl Heydle; and dog, LuLu. He served in Patton's 3rd Army during World War II. At his request, there will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Graveside service, 12:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22, 2010, Fort Logan National Cemetery.

Heyl, Marian Ellen
Marian Ellen (Flanders) Heyl - Pueblo Chieftain - April 7, 2009 - Marian Ellen (Flanders) Heyl, 89, of Pueblo, formerly of Denver, Colo. Survived by daughter, Joan Heyl Shell of Golden, Colo.; nieces, Jackie Koroshetz and Brenda Logan and families. Also survived by Jeanne Thomas. No services. Memorials may be made to PCC Foundation, 201 N. Santa Fe Ave., Pueblo, CO 81003. (April 5, 2009)

Heyl, Raymond Jackson
Raymond Jackson Heyl - Pueblo Chieftain - August 29, 2004 - Raymond Jackson Heyl, 96, of Pueblo, formerly of Denver, Colo. Survived by wife, Marian (Flanders) Heyl; daughter, Joan Heyl Shell, Golden; and nephew, Ronald K. Miller, Brisbane, Australia. Interment at a later date. Memorials may be made to P.C.C. Fremont Campus Building Fund, 51320 W. Hwy. 50, Canon City, CO 81212.

Heyn, Gretchen
Gretchen Lyn Heyn - Pueblo Chieftain - January 14, 2014 - Gretchen Lyn Heyn, 38, lost her courageous battle with breast cancer on Jan. 11, 2014. She passed away with her friends and family by her side. Gretchen was preceded in death by her mother, Juanita Heyn. She leaves behind her father, Wolfgang (John) Heyn; and siblings, William (Kathi) Lanoue, Kristina, Stephen (Lisa) Lanoue, Corbet (Nicole) Heyn, Bridget (Weyer) Heyn, Brenda Heyn and Carrie Heyn. Gretchen was an involved and loving auntie to her numerous nieces and nephews and her great-niece. She also was devoted to her “4-pawed” kids. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014, at Rye Home Methodist Church.

Hiatt, Clyde R.
Clyde R. Hiatt - Pueblo Chieftain - November 20, 1917 - Clyde R. Hiatt, age 25 years, passed away at a local hospital yesterday. The deceased was a prominent rancher of Denver, and came to this city for medical treatment only a few days ago. His body was removed to the McCarthy parlors and the funeral announcement will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain - November 21, 1917 - The body of Clyde R. Hiatt was forwarded to Denver yesterday by the McCarthy Undertaking Company, accompanied by relatives. The deceased was a member of the 317th Infantry stationed at Camp Funston where he was taken ill seven weeks ago. He was removed to the city for medical treatment but his condition was so serious that he passed away Monday morning. Pueblo Chieftain - November 22, 1917 - The remains of Clyde R. Hiatt were forwarded yesterday morning by the McCarthy Undertaking Company to Denver, accompanied by relatives.

Hiatt, Eleanor J.
Eleanor J. Hiatt - Greeley Tribune - April 2, 2008 - Eleanor J. "Ellie" Hiatt was born in Munich, Germany, to Fred and Doris Hiatt while her father was stationed there with the U.S. Army of Occupation. She graduated from Palmer High School in Colorado Springs in 1967. She graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in 1975 with a degree in early childhood development. In 1986, she received an associate's degree in computer programming at Aims Community College. She worked at North Colorado Medical Center as a computer operator and later moved into management at NCMC, later Banner Health. She earned a master's degree in information technology from Denver University in 1995 and retired from Banner Health in 2005 as IT applications system director. A resident of Greeley for 38 years, she was joined with Robert Duran in 2001 in Greeley. Ms. Hiatt enjoyed working out. She competed in bodybuilding and won a medal at the 2000 Aloha Natural Body Building Classic. Ms. Hiatt died Sunday at her home in Greeley. Survivors: Her longtime companion, Robert Duran, and his children, Desiray Duran, RJ Duran, Rico Duran and Jereme Duran of Greeley; her mother, Doris Hiatt of Colorado Springs; her sisters, Paula Hiatt of Walsenburg, Louise Hiatt of Peyton and her sister and brother-in-law, Ruth and Bill Lacey of Colorado Springs; her aunt, Maxine Hiatt of Altamont, Kan.; her nephew, Isaac Davis of Colorado Springs; and her niece, Melissa Lacey, and nephew, Michael Lacey, both of Colorado Springs; her cousins, Charles and Neta Emmons, Jennifer and Shawn Lorton, and Jill and Ronnie Beel , all of Broken Arrow, Okla., Betty Gray, Bill Keeling, Tim Witty, Ben Witty, Clinton Witty and Chuck Hiatt, all of Kansas, and Janice Hiatt and Cheryl Hiatt, both of Tulsa, Okla. Preceded in death by: Her father, Lt. Col. Fred Hiatt; her aunts, Ruth Lou Emmons, Ruth Joseph and Wilma Witty, and uncles, Max Hiatt and Arnet Hiatt. Celebration of Life: 1 p.m. Thursday at Glad Tidings Assembly of God Church, 3425 W. 6th St., Greeley. Notes: Donations in Ellie Hiatt's memory may be given to a charity of the donor's choice. Paul's Funeral Services & Consulting of Johnstown is in charge of arrangements.

Hiatt, Jesse
Jesse Hiatt – Pueblo Chieftain – June 24, 1919 – Jesse Hiatt, age 32 years, died at a local hospital June 23. Body at McCarthy's.

Hiatt, Mitch
Mitch Hiatt - Pueblo Chieftain - December 8, 2010 - Mitch Hiatt passed away unexpectedly Nov. 14, 2010, in Canon City, Colo., where he lived and worked as a correctional officer for the past 17 years. Mitch celebrated his 42nd birthday Nov. 12, in the company of family and friends. Mitch is survived by his parents, Billie Jo and Stanton; brothers, Mark and Mike; adopted sister, Diana; and numerous relatives and friends. He also is survived by his best friend, Kerry Worley; and his canine family, Jasmine and Gracie Jo. Mitch will be forever missed and long remembered for his humor, generosity, loyalty, and love for his country. Memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 11, 2010, at Grand View Baptist Church on Highway 78 in Beulah, Colo., with Pastor Roy Roberson officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Mitch's name to Grand View Baptist Church. Cremation through Holt Family Funeral Home.

Hiatt, V. B. (Mrs.)
Mrs. V. B. Hiatt – Pueblo Chieftain – January 4, 1919 – The funeral of Mrs. V. B. Hiatt will be held at the residence, 509 W. 11th St., Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. The Rev. Fred H. Zimmerman will conduct the services and the burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery in charge of the Whiton Mortuary.

Hibbitts, J. H.
J. H. Hibbitts - Denver Evening Post - July 9, 1898 - Death of Major Hibbitts - Major J. H. Hibbitts died yesterday at Trinidad. A month ago today the major was found in his room at the Hotel Abbott in an insane condition. He was sent to the county hospital, but Dr. A. B. Harbison of Trinidad, an old friend, took him to Trinidad, there giving him every care in the hope that he might ultimately recover. All efforts to effect a cure were unavailing. Major Hibbitts was at one time owner and editor of a Kansas paper and also served in the legislature of that state.

Hibler, Judy Marie
Judy Marie Hibler - Pueblo Chieftain - August 5, 2009 - Judy Marie Hibler, 48, passed away Aug. 3, 2009. Survived by her loving husband, Marc Hibler; children, Scott, Natasha and Nicole; father, Ronald Olschefski; two sisters; two brothers; and special nephew, Tommy Ware. Preceded in death by her mother, Dalphine Olschefski; and two brothers. Judy was born March 1, 1961, in St. Clair Shores, Mich. She graduated from CSU-Pueblo. Judy and Marc married on Aug. 23, 1987. Judy worked for Mount Carmel Credit Union and was a co-owner, along with her husband, of All Risk Insurance. Member of Ascension Episcopal Church. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 8, 2009, at Ascension Episcopal Church, 18th and Grand, with the Rev. Andrew McMullen officiating, followed by the inurnment at Ascension Episcopal Columbarium. Those who are attending the service, please wear purple in honor of Judy. Please omit flowers, as they are not allowed in the church. Memorials may be made to the Hibler Children Education Fund, through the funeral home.

Hibpshman, Blanche Marie
Blanche Marie Hibpshman - Pueblo Chieftain - February 5, 2012 - Blanche Marie Hibpshman, 85, passed away Feb. 1, 2012. Preceded in death by her husband, Oscar Loran Hibpshman on July 17, 2003; sisters, Ethel Mildred Jackson and Carrie Leona Jauch; and brothers, Arthur Roy Miller and Frank Lee Miller. Survived by her children, Larry Hibpshman, J. David (Nita) Hibpshman, Terry (Fredda) Hibpshman, and Carol (Frank) Pierce; sister, Ethelyn Ruth Hibpshman; ten grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Blanche was born to George and Blanch Miller on Dec. 21, 1926, in Pueblo. She and Oscar were married Sept. 7, 1944, in Pueblo. Viewing from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Tuesday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. The casket will not be present at the service. Service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012, First Southern Baptist, 301 Cleveland. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery.

Hibpshman, Lily M.
Lily M. Hibpshman - Pueblo Chieftain - May 2, 2010 - Lily M. Hibpshman was born Dec. 1, 1927, and departed this life April 30, 2010. Predeceased by parents, Claude and Bessie (Rector) Graham; two sisters, Juanita and Anne; brother, Chuck; and grandson, Tommy. Survived by her husband of 63 years, Clifford; sister, Betty Blagg; two sons, Ted (June) of San Diego, Calif., and Tom (Tanya) of Walsenburg, Colo.; special niece, Carol (Frank) Pierce, Houston, Texas; six grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren; four sisters-in-law; one brother-in-law; numerous nieces, nephews, their children and many friends. Lily attended Hinsdale School and graduated from Centennial High in 1945. She was very active in the Democratic Party from the 1960s to the 1980s, serving as an aide to U.S. Congressman Ray Kogovsek for six years. She will be remembered as a loving wife, mother, aunt and a friend to all. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Care and Share. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Hice, Beatrice
Beatrice Hice - Pueblo Chieftain - June 12, 2013 - Beatrice Hice, 84, passed away June 10, 2013. Survived by sons, Van and Mark Hice; and grandchildren, Kristopher, Steven and Justin. Preceded in death by her husband, Raymond. At her request, cremation with no services.

Hice, Van
Van Hice - Pueblo Chieftain - August 19, 2013 - Van Hice, 57, passed away Aug. 16, 2013. Survived by brother, Mark Hice; nephews, Kristopher, Steven and Justin. Preceded in death by his parents, Raymond and Beatrice Hice. There will be no services. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

Hickey, Kate Marie
Kate Marie Hickey - Southwest Daily Times - March 24, 2006 - Kate Marie Hickey, 77, died Tuesday, March 21, 2006. She was born March 20, 1928, to H.R. "Pete" and Annie Fowler Haney Dreger in Sharon, Okla. She married Joey Glenn "JG" "Dude" Hickey in Kansas. She grew up attending schools at Pleasant Valley, near Sharon, Vici and Canton schools. She was a homemaker and worked for the telephone company while living in San Diego. She later worked at the Springer Hospital in Springer, N.M. She was a member of the Young Women's Club in Maxwell. She was a former member of the Canton Rainbow Assembly and was a member of the Longdale Community Church. Survivors include one son, Lee Hickey and wife, Roberta, Longdale, Okla.; one daughter, Sam and husband, George Baca, Segundo, Colo.; four grandchildren, Greg Quartieri and wife, Alyshia, Raton, N.M., Shawna Fernandez, Springer, Joey Hickey and Kelly Hickey, Longdale; four great-grandchildren, twins Matthew and Dylan Quartieri, Springer, Kristian Fernandez, Springer, and Brittinae Quartierie, Raton; one brother, Charles Kreger and wife, Donna, Canton, Okla.; and many other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; one son, Greg; and one sister, Wanda Poulton. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Friday at the Longdale Community Church with Ray Schoonmaker presiding. Burial will be at 1 p.m. Monday at the Maxwell Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to the Longdale Community Church or the Longdale Gym and may be sent in care of Haigler Funeral Home, Inc.

Hickey, Patrick
Patrick Hickey - Pueblo Chieftain - July 22, 1917 - Patrick Hickey, age 75 years, passed away at his late residence, Block V, at a late hour Friday night. Mr. Hickey was born in Limerick, Ireland, in 1842. He came to America at the age of nine years at Galesburg, Illinois. At the age of 18 he enlisted in the Union Army serving until the close of the war. He took part in the battles of Missionary Ridge, Chickamauga and other famous battles. After the war, he moved to Chillicothe, Mo., where he married Ellen Holland. He was engaged in the railroad and farming business until 1905 when he came to Pueblo where he has conducted a grocery store and Block V until the time of his death. He is survived by three children, Mrs. John Stanton of this city, Mrs. Thomas Gorman of Chillicothe, Mo., and Thomas J. Hickey of Pueblo. The funeral will place Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the family home and at 9 o'clock from St. Patrick's church were mass will be said for the dead. The burial will be in the family lot at Roselawn Cemetery in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain – July 23, 1917 – The funeral of the late Patrick Hickey will take place this morning at 8:30 o'clock from his late residence, 46 Block V, and from St. Patrick's church at nine. The interment will be in the family lot in Roselawn Cemetery, under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain – July 24, 1917 – many friends attended the funeral of the late Patrick Hickey, one of the city's best known and highly respected pioneer resident, which occurred yesterday at 9 a. m. at St. Patrick's church. The remains were removed from the late residence, 46 Block V, at 8:30 o'clock and the cortege arrived at the church 30 minutes later. Rev. J. B. Schimpf read the mass for the dead and delivered a beautiful eulogy on the life of Mr. Hickey, touching upon his long residence in Pueblo and the great love and respect he commanded from everyone. Beautiful flowers in great numbers were banked upon the casket and the church was filled with the many friends. The pall bearers were: Walter J. Nogle, William Holland, Arthur Conway, Daniel O'Hara, John Rock, and Thomas Malone. The interment was in the family burial plot and Roselawn Cemetery under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company.

Hickey, Ralph Calvin
Ralph Calvin Hickey - Huerfano World Journal - September 19, 2013 - Ralph Calvin Hickey was born to John and Sarah Hickey on April 27, 1924 in Meade County Kansas, and departed this life on September 3, 2013 at the age of 89 years. He now joins the love of his life, Violet; they had been married for 68 years before her passing in 2010. Survivors include two sons, Travis (Mitch) Hickey, of Brush, CO, Bill John (Tammy) Hickey of La Veta, CO; as well as by seven grandchildren and step-grandchildren, Travette Wells, of La Veta, CO, Jenny (Wayne) Peil, of Grand Junction, CO, Jace (Lana) Hickey, Snyder, CO, Russell (Annalee) Hickey, La Veta, CO, Justin Price, La Veta, CO, Chance (Tomi) Price, La Veta, CO, Trey Price, Carter, OK; five great-grandchildren, Zac Wells, Piper Jo Hickey, Bentley Hickey, Lillian Hickey and Truitt Price; sister Doris (Leland) Litke, Broomfield, NM; foster son and brother-in-law, Gerald Dillon, and foster son, Bud Van Lue. Ralph was preceded in death by his parents, wife, Violet, and daughter, Dixie. He was a member of the La Veta Masonic Lodge No. 59; Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, 32*; and Cowboys of Christ. He was a WW II veteran. Cremation and memorial services were held at the La Veta Cemetery, Wednesday, September 11, 2013. The service was done by Masonic Lodge Brothers, and Bud Van Lue. Music by grandson Jace Hickey. Contributions can be made to the La Veta Methodist Church in Ralph's name.

Hickey, Thomas
Thomas Hickey – Pueblo Chieftain – January 19, 1917 – Returns from Kansas – W. J. Hickey in the furnace department at the steel works, returned Tuesday from Iola, Kan., where he was called by the sickness and death of his brother, Thomas Hickey, assistant superintendent of the Portland Cement Plant at Iola. Mr. Hickey was accompanied home by his sister-in-law, who will make her future home in Pueblo.

Hickey, Violet
Violet Hickey - Pueblo Chieftain - March 31, 2010 - Violet Hickey, 86, La Veta, March 30. Boies-Ortega, Walsenburg.

Hicklin, Joan Elizabeth
Joan Elizabeth Hicklin - Huerfano Journal - December 26, 2013 - Joan Elizabeth Hicklin, April 12, 1937 - December 13, 2013 - Joan Elizabeth Spencer was born to Walter and Mildred Spencer, Portland, Oregon. Joan and her brother, Carl Irving Spencer and sister, Linda Ann (Mitschele) Spencer, grew up in the Portland area and enjoyed spending summers at their great- grandparents' ranch in Husum, Washington. Joan attended Oregon State University and spent her college summers working on a fishing boat out of Depot Bay, Oregon. She, her then husband Joe Johannes, and their three children, Steve (Moose, WY), Kevin (Henry Lake, ID, deceased) and Erika (Mandan, ND) sailed the inland passageway from Seattle, WA to Ketchikan, AL where they lived for several years. She returned to the contiguous 48 states and owned a restaurant/motel in White Pass, WA before relocating to Colorado Springs, CO in the early 1980's, where she re-activated her real estate license. In 1989 she met current husband, Ronald Hicklin, and when they married in 1990, moved to Pine Junction, CO and subsequently to Walsenburg, CO where they opened Black & White Real Estate Company, which they operated for 14 years. After being diagnosed with cancer in 2011, she and Ron moved to Kingman, AZ because of the first-class Kingman Regional Medical Cancer Center located there. Joan was an avid horsewoman and bred and raised Tennessee Walking Horses for years, at several points owning over 15 horses at the same time. She was an excellent cook and entertainer and always celebrated every occasion and holiday to the max. All her children and grandchildren loved going to Grandma Joan's for the holidays. She will be sorely missed by her husband, children and grandchildren, as well as the many friends she has made over the years. Donations can be made to the American Cancer Society or the Kingman Regional Medical Cancer Center in Kingman, AZ, if so desired.

Hickman, Byard
Byard Hickman - Pueblo Chieftain – July 17, 1918 – The remains of Byard Hickman were forwarded to Eads, Colo., yesterday afternoon for burial, by the McCarthy Undertaking Company, accompanied by the widow and daughter, Mrs. Gish.

Hickman, Clifford E. Jr. (Dr.)
Dr. Clifford E. Hickman Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - January 14, 2010 - Dr. Clifford E. Hickman Jr., 54. Born Aug. 21, 1955, in Pueblo, Colo. Cliff departed this life Dec. 30, 2009, New River, Ariz., after a short illness. Preceded in death by his parents, Clifford E. Hickman Sr. and Lillian M. Meredith; grandparents, Melvin H. and Clara Richards and Wayman and Jessie Hickman. Survived by his loving wife, Linda; siblings, Barbara Miller (Gene Cornwell), Arthur (Vickie) Hickman, Christopher (Christine) Gillespie, Antoinette (David) Ortiz and Laura (Shawn) Wickizer; grandchildren, Michael and Carissa Cantu; great-grandson, Caden Cantu; several aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews. Cliff graduated from Central High School in 1973, served in the U.S. Army and received his Doctorate in Information Technology from Argosy University, Sarasota, Fla. in 1995. He loved fishing, traveling and developing computer programs. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to PetSmart Charities in Cliff's name. Cremation was handled by the National Cremation Society, Phoenix, Ariz. Memorial service, 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan.16, 2010, Knights of Columbus, 1200 Acero Ave., Pueblo, CO. Reception to follow.

Hickman, Lenora Natalie
Lenora Natalie “Lynn” Hickman - Pueblo Chieftain - December 18, 2012 - Lenora Natalie “Lynn” Hickman, 67, of Pueblo, Colo., went to be with the Lord Dec. 15, 2012. She was born Aug. 6, 1945, to Emmett Lee Burch Jr. and Margarette Louis Jordan. Survived by son, Robert (Jeannie) Hickman; daughter, Sherry (Kevin) Schermerhorn; grandsons, Justin and Jordan Schermerhorn; brother, Bill (Julie) Boyle; sisters, Valista (Jim) Jones, Doris (Dale) Alber; brothers-in-law, Philip (Carol) Hickman, Larry (Rebecca) Hickman; special nieces, Sarah “Lynn” Alber and Jenny “Lynn” Jones. Preceded in death by her parents; husband of 43 years, Ronald Hickman; and grandson, Jason Schermerhorn. Lynn was a resident of Pueblo West, Colo., and a former resident of Del Norte, Colo., and Texas. She worked for Lawyers Title for more than 20 years. Lynn's love was her family, including the four-legged canine members. She had many dogs in her life that she loved dearly. She raised and showed Akitas for several years. Lynn was the one you looked to for many answers and often much-needed advice and help caring for a child or pet. Coming home for Christmas will always be memorable because she lovingly prepared for her family, from baked banana bread and sugar cookies to her gift for decorating and most of all, making sure everyone felt special and included. Her family meant everything to her. Lynn's caregiving, sweet nature and beautiful smile will be missed by all. Funeral Mass, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012, Christ the King Church, 1708 Horseshoe Drive, with Monsignor Tom Adrians as celebrant. Interment, Imperial Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice of Pueblo through the funeral home.

Hickman, Ronald Wayne
Ronald Wayne Hickman - Pueblo Chieftain - November 24, 2010 - Ronald Wayne Hickman, 65, went to be with the Lord Nov. 21, 2010. He was born Jan. 17, 1945, to Martha Cline Deal and Alton Spence Hickman in Waxahachie, Texas. Preceded in death by his parents; and grandson, Jason Schermerhorn. Survived by his wife of 41 years, Lenora “Lynn” Hickman; son, Robert (Jeannie) Hickman; daughter, Sherry (Kevin) Schermerhorn; grandsons, Justin and Jordan Schermerhorn; brothers, Philip (Carol) Hickman and Larry (Rebecca) Hickman; brother-in-law, Bill Boyle; sisters-in-law, Doris (Dale) Alber and Valista (Jim) Jones; as well as numerous aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews, other family and friends. Ron was a resident of Pueblo, Colo., and former resident of Del Norte, Colo., and Texas. He loved hunting and fishing, taking family and nature photographs, listening to music, as well as cooking wonderful and memorable meals for his family and friends. He was employed for 18 years with Wonder Bread and Hostess Cake with routes in Pueblo and Canon City and was a member of the Teamsters. He lived to love and take care of his family and his final gift was to gather those together whom he loved and loved him dearly. Viewing from 5 to 7 p.m. today in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 26, 2010, at Christ the King, 1708 Horseshoe Drive. Reception to follow at the church. Military honors by Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team and interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Hickman, William
William Hickman - Pueblo Chieftain - June 14, 1917 - William Hickman, aged 50 years, passed away yesterday at a local hospital. The body is at the Whiton parlors and the funeral will be announced later. Pueblo Chieftain - June 15, 1917 - The remains of William Hickman were sent to Denver, Colo., last night by the Whiton Mortuary, accompanied by Mrs. Hickman.

Hicks, Charles F.
Charles F. "Chuck" Hicks - Pueblo Chieftain - September 27, 2012 - Charles F. "Chuck" Hicks, 65, passed away Sept. 24, 2012. Survived by his wife of 31 years, Terry Hicks; son, Michael (Karen) Hicks; sister, Anita (John D.) Musso; father-in-law, Leonard W. Pawlus; and sister-in-law, Janet (Bill) Clay. Preceded in death by his parents, Frank and Jean Hicks; and mother-in-law, Dixie Pawlus. Chuck was born July 6, 1947, in Lawrence, Kan. He served in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War. He worked for the Pueblo Police Department and Pueblo District Attorney's Office. He volunteered as a handicap parking enforcer for the Pueblo Police Department. Chuck enjoyed photography and wheelchair basketball. He was past All State Commander of the VFW Post 5812 and member of VFW Post 3641, Knights of Columbus 122020 and Optimist Club. As per his request, there will be no viewing. Rosary, 6 p.m. today, and funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 28, 2012, with the Rev. Father Carlos Alvarez as celebrant. Both services at St. Paul the Apostle, 1132 W. Oro Grande Dr., Pueblo West. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Reception will follow at Wesley United Methodist Church. Memorials may be made to St. Paul the Apostle Building Fund.

Hicks, Claude M.
Claude M. Hicks - Pueblo Chieftain - August 30, 1917 – City Briefs – Receive Insurance – The last issue of the Pacific Woodman, in its monthly list of beneficiaries of deceased members of the Woodmen of the World shows that there were 18 in Colorado, the sums paid being from $1,000 to $2,000 and the number includes widows or heirs of the following in Pueblo: Jacob P. Smeltzer, Edward Anderson, Patrick Boyle, Leroy A. Crane, Clifton G. Hailey, Julius Shloss, Carl E. Tholen, Jesse Pipes. There were two at Denver, one at Delta, one at Steamboat, one at Colorado Springs, one at Aspen, one at Del Norte, Holland Edwards, and one at Canon, Claude M. Hicks.

Hicks, Edith
Edith Hicks - Pueblo Chieftain - June 23, 2010 - Edith Hicks, 92, passed away June 21, 2010. She was preceded in death by her husband, B.L. Hicks, M.D., following 55 years of marriage. She is survived by children, Dianne (Tom) Hodges, John (Betty) Hicks, Dory (Len) Hicks; grandchildren, Chris Hodges, Jeff Hicks, Catherine Grimes, Kathy Maroney; 11 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; brothers, John and Bob Mills; sister, Barbara Johnson; and other family relatives. Edith enjoyed gardening, gourmet cooking and loved her cats. Sincere thanks to Centura Health Care, Home Instead and Sangre de Cristo Hospice for her care. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the above in Edith's name. Funeral service, 4 p.m. Saturday, George McCarthy Historic Chapel, 400 Broadway Ave. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hicks, James
James Hicks – Pueblo Chieftain – November 16, 1918 – Funeral of James Hicks will take place this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Interment will be in the family lot in Roselawn Cemetery.

Hicks, Kenneth
Kenneth Hicks – Pueblo Chieftain – August 29, 1917 – The funeral of Kenneth Hicks, the three-week goal son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hicks, who died at the family home, 2614 Routt Ave., yesterday morning, will be held from the home of Mr. Tiller, 2314 Spruce St., this morning at 9:30 a.m. Interment Roselawn. Funeral in charge of Davis – Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – August 30, 1917 – The funeral of Kenneth Hicks, the three-week goal son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hicks, was held from the home of Mr. Tiller, 2314 Spruce St. yesterday morning at 9:30 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Cain conducted the services. Mrs. William Dolph, accompanied by Miss Eilene Grundy, sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere," and "Safe in the Arms of Jesus." Interment in Roselawn, in charge of Davis – Vories.

Hicks, Lonnis Orville
Lonnis Orville Hicks - Amarillo Globe Times - November 13, 2007 - Lonnis Orville Hicks, 87, of Canyon died Sunday, Nov. 11, 2007. Memorial services will be at 10 a.m. today in First Baptist Church. Military burial will be at 2:30 p.m. in Hale Center Cemetery by Holley Funeral Home. Lonnis Orville Hicks passed on peacefully surrounded by his wife and family. He was born Oct. 13, 1920, in Mansfield to Lonnis and Mattie Hicks. As a young man, he served his country during World War II for four years in the Army Air Corps, piloting a B-24 for 42 missions in 376th Bomber Group H, 514th Squadron H, 15th Air Force. On his 42nd mission, Dec. 6, 1944, his plane was shot down over Yugoslavia and he was taken prisoner by the Nazis. This experience fostered a lifelong passion for patriotism and freedom. He was liberated on April 29, 1945, and returned to the United States to marry the great love of his life, Janelle Ivey. His interests were varied, but family always came first. He served as a 4-H leader for his children while the family lived on a ranch near Walsenburg, Colo., in the 1950s. He also coached Babe Ruth baseball teams in Canyon, first while his son was a member of the team, but he continued for several years and also served as baseball league commissioner. And by example, he instilled a sense of integrity in all his children. Orville loved sports, having excelled in football and track at Hale Center High School and golf later in life. But his abiding interest was in horses and their training. He was a champion calf roper and trained award-winning cutting horses. At heart, he was a genuine cowboy through and through. Orville was also a talented watercolorist whose many paintings were focused on Western themes. His diverse career lead him through ranching and horse training, as well as serving as a Canyon police officer, a rural mail carrier and finally a guard at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum. Orville was a member of First Baptist Church in Canyon. He served as a commander of the Texas Panhandle Chapter of Ex-Prisoners of War and was a member of the Order of the Purple Heart and the Caterpillar Club. He was also a Master Mason with the Lemond Lodge No. 832 in Hale Center. Survivors include his wife of 62 years, Janelle Ivey Hicks; three daughters, Nancy Hicks Walker of Houston, Melissa Hicks Pittman of Amarillo and Amanda Jean Evans of Canyon; a son, Stanley Jeff Hicks of Sammamish, Wash.; a sister, Oleta Hicks Nicholson; and numerous nieces and nephews. He took great joy in his six grandsons, Martin Evans, Jeff Hicks, Judson Walker, Daniel Evans, Kyle Pittman and Schuyler Pittman; as well as three great-grandsons, Tyler Evans, Bryce Evans and Cayden Evans; and four great-granddaughters, Kaillen Evans, Stephanie Evans, Kayla Hicks and London Walker. In lieu of flowers family suggests memorials be to the building fund, First Baptist Church, 1717 Fourth Ave., Canyon, TX 79015; or the American Heart Association, 6605 W. Interstate 40, Suite A-6, Amarillo, TX 79106.

Hicks, William
William Hicks - Pueblo Chieftain – May 31, 1917 – Deadly Gas Kills Three at C. F. & I. Steel Works – 2 Others Overcome, but Will Recover – Men Were Engaged at Work in Blast Furnace – Three men were killed by asphyxiation, and two others were overcome, while at work in blast furnace "D," at the Minnequa steel plant of the C. F. & I. Co., yesterday afternoon, when carbon monoxide gas, escaping from a ventilation pipe into the chamber in which they were working. The dead: Tony bone, 32, Italian, 608 Arroyo; Jacob Eppright, 32, Negro, 1220 Stone Ave.; William Hicks, 50, Negro, 1228 East Orman Ave. The injured were William Schwab, foreman; Louis Holts, laborer. Schwab and Holts escaped from the furnace when they felt the effects of the gas, the other three men refusing to leave because they claimed they were unable to notice any change in the atmosphere of the chamber in which they were working. A few moments later they were carried from the furnace unconscious and died on the way to the hospital. All the furnaces in what is known as blast furnace row at the steelworks are connected with a pipe which carries off the gas generated by the furnaces. Fearing that gas would escape from the pipe into the furnace of which he intended to work Schwab had taken precautions before entering at noon yesterday. The ventilation pipes were opened flooding the chamber with air and the water seal was turned into the gas pipe to prevent its escaping. Water Seal Inadequate – The water seal evidently proved inadequate as the man had been working for less than 2 hours when Schwab and Holts complained of being weak in the knees, the first symptoms of the effects of the gas. They asked the others that they were affected and then left. Schwab pushed Holts through a hole in the side of the furnace and himself climbed a ladder coming out on top of the furnace. He called to the others to crawl through a large opening at the bottom of the furnace but they disregarded the warning, it is stated, because they could not notice the effects of the gas, which is odorless. Schwab and Holts were partially revived by other workers who rush them to Minnequa hospital. Others went into the furnace and carried the trio out and called an ambulance. They died, however, before they reached the hospital. One of the men, Tony bone, was removed to the Davis and Vories Undertaking parlors where an inquest probably will be held sometime during the week. He was unidentified until 9 o'clock last night when his identity was established through his brass check number. Little is known of him except that he came here from St. Louis and has a wife and 2 children residing at 608 Arroyo St., this city. William Hicks came to Pueblo from Birmingham, Alabama, 10 years ago. He is survived by a wife and 3 children residing in this city. Jacob Uppright came here from Iola, Kan. He is survived by a wife residing in Pueblo and a father and mother residing in Iola. A complete investigation of the accident is being made by coroner Dr. Ray Taylor. Taylor was not notified of the accident until after the men had been removed to local Undertaking establishments, he says. For this reason he is making a thorough investigation and will call a jury to hold an inquest over the body of bone, with a view of determining the cause of the 3 deaths. Pueblo Chieftain - June 1, 1917 - The body of William Hicks who died of asphyxiation Wednesday is at the United Undertaking parlors. Hicks came here from Birmingham, Ala., 10 years ago and had been in the employ of the C. F. & I Co., since then. He leaves a wife, one daughter, Florence, and two sons, Velma and Joseph, all of the family home, 1229 E. Orman Ave. He was a member of the K. of P. Star of the West Lodge No. 84, and of the St. Paul A. M. E. Church of this city. The body was removed to the United Undertaking Company's parlors and the funeral will be announced later. Pueblo Chieftain - June 2, 1917 - The funeral of William Hicks will be held Sunday afternoon at 1:20 o'clock from the United Undertaking Company's Funeral Chapel and at 2 p.m. from the St. Paul A. M. E. Church. Rev. John Adams will conduct the services. Star of the West Knights of Pythias will attend the services in a body and have charge of the services at the grave. Interment will be in Mountain View. Pueblo Chieftain - June 3, 1917 - The funeral of William Hicks will be held this afternoon at 1:30 from his residence 1228 Orman Avenue and at 2 p.m. from the St. Paul A. M. E. Church. Rev. John Adams will conduct the services. Star of the West K. of P. will attend the services at the grave. Interment will be in Mountain View in charge of the United Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain - June 4, 1917 - The funeral of William Hicks was held yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from his residence, 1228 Orman Avenue, and at 2 o'clock from the St. Paul A. M. E. Church. Rev. John Adams conducted the services assisted by the Star of the West K. of P. The church was filled to its capacity and the floral offerings were beautiful. The blower bearers were William Grear and Morgan London. The pall bearers were Thomas Catenhead, Albert Roland, George P. Strong, J. L. Hill, J. D. Long, and Henry Roden. Members of the Star of the West K. of P. attended the services in a body and escorted the remains to Mountain View Cemetery where short services were held. Arrangements were in charge of the United undertaking Company.

Hicock, Emily Jane
Emma Hicock – Pueblo Chieftain – October 6, 1919 – Mrs. Emma Hicock, age 45 years, died October 5 at a local hospital. Body at McCarthy's. Pueblo Chieftain – October 7, 1919 – The funeral of Mrs. Emily Jane Hicock will be held from the McCarthy Chapel this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. N. E. Tillman will conduct services. Burial Mountain View. Pueblo Chieftain – October 8, 1919 – The funeral of Mrs. Emily Jane Hicock was held from the McCarthy Chapel yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. N. E. Tilman conducted the services. Mrs. Raymond McCarthy sang. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery.

Higdon, Priscilla E.
Priscilla E. Higdon - Pueblo Chieftain - January 18, 2009 - Priscilla E. Higdon, 72, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, Jan. 15, 2009. She was preceded in death by her husband, Donald Higdon; and grandson, Rex McDonald. Priscilla is survived by her five sons, Jerry (Veronica), Garry (Sylvia), Mark, G. Kim and Jarrett (Jenny) McDonald; 11 grandchildren, one great-grandchild; aunt, Pat Beckman; and Priscilla's special companions, "Bear, Chamaco and Lucy." Priscilla was a happy person who was very giving and loved by all that knew her. Per Priscilla's request, cremation will take place. No service. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Higginbottom, Clyde Warren
Clyde Warren Higginbottom – Pueblo Chieftain – December 12, 1918 – Clyde Warren Higginbottom, age 38 years, died at a local hospital yesterday. The body was forwarded by the McCarthy Undertaking Company to Ordway for interment.

Higgins, Amalee R.
Amalee R. Higgins - Pueblo Chieftain - August 15, 2010 - Amalee R. Higgins passed away Aug. 13, 2010. Preceded in death by her husband, Robert A. Higgins; and her daughter, Cheryl Higgins Valdez. Survived by children, Gary and Sheri Higgins, Wiley, Colo., Darenda and Mike Burke, Arvada, Colo.; son-in-law, Frank Valdez of Pueblo; grandchildren, Nicole and Tom Piner, Amanda and Patrick McGowan, Marsha Valdez, Rick Espinoza, Sandy, Greg, Karen and Timothy Burke; great-grandchildren, Ty and Tell Piner, Raymond and Cheryl Arellano and Illeana Espinoza. Also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Amalee was a member of the Southwest Church of Christ. Visitation, 4 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Imperial Funeral Home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, with interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Donations may be made to either the Southwest Church of Christ or the Sangre de Cristo Hospice. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Higgins, Arthur Marshall
Arthur Marshall Higgins - Pueblo Chieftain - March 2, 2011 - Arthur Marshall Higgins. April 23, 1924 - Feb. 19, 2011. Survived by his loving wife of 65 years, Leona of Denver; son, Ron (Vickie) Higgins of Longmont; daughter, Terry Taylor (Rick Cokeley) of Pueblo; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Higgins, Dierdra I.
Dierdra I. Higgins - Pueblo Chieftain - July 29, 2007 - Dierdra I. Higgins, 55, passed away July 26, 2007. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, August 1, 2007, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel.

Higgins, Doris Louise
Doris Louise "Pudge" Higgins - Pueblo Chieftain - April 25, 2009 - Doris Louise "Pudge" Higgins went to be with her Lord and savior April 23, 2009. She was born July 14, 1938, in Drumright, Okla. Doris and her husband, Herbert, met in Drumright and moved to Pueblo in the mid-1950s, where he retired from CF&I after 37 years. Doris loved to be with her friends and family. Her house was not just a house, it was a home and everyone was greeted with a warm smile. She faithfully attended Praise Assembly of God for 21 years. Doris was preceded in death by her husband of 53 years, Herbert W. Higgins; parents, Clarence "Babe" and Dora Poulter; brother, Virgil "Ikey" Poulter; and sister, Gold Ruth "Toots" Poulter. She is survived by her sons, Robert (Deanna), Jimmy, Dennis (Carla), Philip (Suzie) Higgins; grandchildren, Amber, Misty, Jessica, Brandalin and Wyatt Higgins; step-grandchildren, Stephan (Lisa) Vandekop, Victoria Keeth, James (Veronica) Trujillo, Andrea Trujillo; brothers and sisters, Clarence "Cody" Poulter, Jacqueline "Jody" White, Laquita "Quite" Imblum; brother-in-law, Kenneth (Sharron) Johnson; as well as many great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and other relatives. Doris will be sadly missed by friends and family, but will always be in our hearts. At her request, no viewing. Cremation has taken place. Graveside service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 28, 2009, Imperial Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Sangre de Cristo Hospice.

Higgins, Elizabeth
Elizabeth Higgins – Pueblo Chieftain – October 24, 1919 – Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins, age 29 years, died yesterday at her apartments, 101 N. Santa Fe Ave. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 3 o'clock from McCarthy's Funeral Chapel, Rev. G. C. Chinn officiating, burial Mountain View. Pueblo Chieftain – October 25, 1919 – The funeral of Mrs. Lizzie Higgins was held from the McCarthy Chapel yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. G. C. Chinn conducted services. The pall bearers were Arthur Cox, Floyd Cox, Orange Elbeck, Emmett Wims, Luke Terrell and Dock Glover. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery.

Higgins, Jimmy Earl
Jimmy Earl Higgins - Pueblo Chieftain - June 9, 2009 - Jimmy Earl Higgins, unexpectedly went to be with the Lord June 4, 2009. He was born February 28, 1961 in Pueblo, Colorado. Jimmy was preceded in death by his parents, Herbert and Doris Higgins. He was a devoted son and compassionate man to his family, friends, and all that knew him. He had strong beliefs and faith in his Lord, Jesus Christ. He enjoyed the simple things in life such as fishing, gardening, taking care of his dad's garden, and just being outdoors. He is survived by his loving daughter of 17 years, Brandalin Higgins, brothers, Robert (Deanna), Dennis (Carla), Phillip (Suzie) and numerous nieces, nephews, as well as aunts, uncles, cousins, and his best friend and ex-wife Debbie Higgins. Jim was a loving father who was blessed to have shared his life with the light of his life Brandelin. He will be missed and always loved by his family and all who knew him. Jim is now resting at peace with the Lord, his Savior. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, June 12, in the Davis Memorial Chapel.

Higgins, Joseph F.
Joseph F. Higgins - Pueblo Indicator - May 4, 1946 - Father Higgins Died In Hospital - Father Joseph F. Higgins, for many years popular pastor of St. Patrick's church, died at Fitzsimmons hospital, Denver, May 1. He served in the Army Chaplain Corps overseas for about three years. Following funeral services at St. Patrick's church Saturday, interment will be made at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Denver.

Higgins, Larry
Larry Higgins - Pueblo Chieftain - June 1, 2013 - Larry Higgins, 62. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

Higgins, Ronald C.
Ronald C. “Ron” Higgins - Pueblo Chieftain - March 2, 2014 - Ronald C. “Ron” Higgins, 75, met his Savior on Feb. 8, 2014, after a long and debilitating illness. Born on Sep. 20, 1938, Ron leaves his loving wife of 27 years, Betty; sisters, Mona Guilliams of Denver and Linda (Larry) Phelps of Pueblo; sons, Mitchell (Kandy) Higgins of Bayfield, Colo., Chuck (Sabine Lisec) Klipfel of Austria and Jim (Lisa) Klipfel of Colorado City; daughters, Wendy Frisbie of Pueblo and Cynde (Jim) Bimbi of Delaware; 15 precious grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Ron spent 25 years in golf course maintenance, including building the first nine holes of Hollydot Golf Course. For 20 years, Ron was Maintenance Supervisor at Kona Kai Apartments. Ron loved his work but his passion was raising sheep. He and Betty traveled to shows and fairs across the country, stopping to sight-see anywhere along the way that boasted a sign to catch their attention. The only place you could find Ron more often than with his sheep was behind his camera, patiently waiting for just the right shot. He was an avid photographer for most of his life and part of the Pueblo Art Guild. Finally, Ron was a 20-year member of Eagles Lodge No. 145. Ron also spent time mentoring youth, first as a sports coach, and later helping kids get their start in raising sheep. For many years he was part of the Pueblo County 4-H Program, helping at their fairs in various capacities. In 2005, he was inducted into Pueblo County's 4-H Hall of Fame. He was a staple at the Colorado State Fair, and for his efforts, he was honored with a gold card to the Fair. Ron was predeceased by his mother, Julie Holden Higgins; and father, Clemon N. Higgins. Memorial celebration of Ron's life, 11 a.m. Tuesday, March 4, at Fellowship of the Rockies Church, where he and Betty have been active members for several years. For those who wish, donations may be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 1207 Pueblo Boulevard Way, Pueblo, CO 81005 or to the Pueblo County 4-H Scholarship Fund. Arrangements by Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Higgs, Scott
Scott Higgs - Pueblo Chieftain - November 23, 2009 - Scott Higgs, 38, left this world Nov. 18, 2009. He is survived by his parents, Larry and Frances Higgs; wife, Mandy; brothers, Denny (Dayna), Chris; children, Jori, Jewell, Brylea, Autumn and Logan. Cremation has taken place.

Highline, Nancy
Nancy Erma Highline - Pueblo Chieftain - March 11, 2014 - Nancy Erma Highline, 74, passed away March 8, 2014. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Saturday, March 15, 2014, at George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Full notice Wednesday. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hightower, Nellie
Nellie Hightower - Albuquerque Journal - July 16, 2007 - Nellie Hightower, 95, a longtime Albuquerque resident, passed peacefully at the home of her daughter in Tucson, AZ, on July 5, 2007. She was preceded in death by her parents, Fortunato and Teresa Rino; brothers, Frank "Chico" and Fortunato "Forty"; and sisters, Rose, Francis "Fannie", Mary "May", and Margaret. She is survived by daughter, Beverly and husband, Kenneth Crawford of Tucson; and son, Charles Gardner and his wife, Carol of Rochester, NY; grandchildren, Christina, Anthony, and Michael Crawford of Tucson, Bob, Jim, and Jeff Gardner and Patty Portland, all of Rochester. She is also survived by six great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews who were very special to her. Nellie will always be remembered as a very independent and strong willed woman who worked hard her whole life even into her eighties. She was always very giving to those around her and no matter what time of the day or night company would drop by she would always make sure they were VERY well fed. As the matriarch of the Rino family her presence in the family will be greatly missed. A celebration of Nellie's life will be held graveside at Trinidad Catholic Cemetery in Trinidad, CO on July 20, 2007 at 2 p.m.

Hijar, Dallas F.
Dallas F. Hijar - Pueblo Chieftain - August 30, 2009 - Dallas F. Hijar, 62, died of an unexpected illness and went to meet her heavenly father on Aug. 27, 2009. Survived by her husband of 35 years, Richard Hijar; daughter, Vanessa (Anthony) Rendon; mother, Laura Shaufler; brother, Gary (Linda) Shaufer, all of Pueblo; numerous nieces and nephews; and her constant companion, her Maltese, Giuseppe Cesar Hijar. Preceded in death by her father, Rex R. Shaufler; and brother, Carl Shaufler. Dallas was born July 19, 1947, in Pueblo. She was a bank officer at Wells Fargo, which was formerly United Bank and Norwest. She was a member of Central Christian Church. Viewing, 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Service, 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2009, at Central Christian Church, 1902 N. Hudson Ave., with the Rev. Dr. David Chambers and the Rev. Randy Heaton officiating. Interment will follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Central Christian Church Mission 300 Fund. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com.

Hiland, Ruth A.
Ruth A. Hiland - Trinidad Times Independent - October 20, 2010 - Ruth A. Hiland, 43, of Firestone, passed away Oct. 18, 2010, at her home. Ruth is the daughter of Jim and Emma Arrington of Raton. Ruth is survived by her mother Emma and husband Chuck; sister Laura Wasinger and husband Jeff; husband Chuck Gabbard and their four children, Mitch, 15, Rachael, 14, Lexi, 12, and Colton, 8. Services were Oct. 21 at the Community of Christ in Brighton. Burial services will be held in Trinidad at the Masonic Cemetery Friday, Oct. 22, at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers please send contributions to American Cancer Society.

Hild, Anna Lee
Anna Lee (Huddleston) Hild - Pueblo Chieftain - December 15, 2009 - Anna Lee (Huddleston) Hild went to be with her glorious God, Dec. 12, 2009. She was born in Elmwood, Beaver, Okla., on Aug. 24, 1929, to the union of Robert Monroe Huddleston and Florence May Cables. Preceded in death by husband, Harold B. Hild; parents; infant sister, Vida May; and sisters, Idell Woods and Twilla Breckner. Survived by her children, Cheryl Kolb, Springfield, Mo., Muriel (Terrie) Tincher, Pueblo, John Mark Hild, Pueblo; six grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, two nephews and friends. She was retired from School District No. 70, was a Girl Scout leader, and a member of Lake Avenue Baptist Church. Viewing, 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Imperial Funeral Home. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Friday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel, conducted by Pastor Tim Reed. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, family requests donations be made to the Lake Avenue Baptist Church Mission Fund, in her memory.

Hildebrand, Emma Jean
Emma Jean Hildebrand - Pueblo Chieftain - August 7, 2011 - Emma Jean Hildebrand passed away Aug. 2, 2011, in Pueblo. She was 92. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clyde Hildebrand; and two daughters, Clara Allen and Linda Sue Hoff. Her survivors include a brother, Gene Strickland; two sisters, Billye Turk and Victoria Cleveland; a daughter-in-law, Cherine Barnes; numerous grand-, great-grand and great-great-grandchildren, including, Warren Allen, Sharon Hernandez and Cindy Allen; as well as her special friend and caregiver, Corina Sanchez. Private interment was held in the Mountain View Cemetery.

Hildenbrand, Julius
Julius Hildenbrand - Pueblo Chieftain - February 24, 1917 - J. Hildenbrand, Pueblo Pioneer, Died Yesterday - Came to Pueblo Forty-Four Years Ago - Was Highly Esteemed By All - Julius Hildenbrand, retired business-man, for 44 years a resident of Pueblo, died yesterday at Minnequa hospital. He had been ill several months. Mr. Hildenbrand was 72 years old. He resided at 301 Lake Avenue. Mr. Hildenbrand was one of the earliest settlers of Pueblo and he remained here continuously since 1873, when he came from the northern part of the state to engage in business in what then was no more than a trading post. Born in Germany, he came to Colorado in 1871, locating at Denver. From that point he went to Central City, the mining district of Colorado at that time. While there was married. He later came to this city and opened a bakery at Victoria Avenue. When Mr. and Mrs. Hildenbrand came to Pueblo there were no bridges crossing the Arkansas River and the few inhabitants were obliged to cross the river by wading. Mrs. Hildenbrand is credited with having been the third woman to arrive in Pueblo at that early day. Mr. Hildenbrand saw Pueblo grow from a small trading post to its present size. He was always a man prominent in affairs and anything which had a tendency to aid his community or for the upbuilding of the city had his good help and assistance. Pueblo has lost one of her most esteemed pioneers and the sympathy of their many friends is extended the sorrowing family. Mr. Hildenbrand was a member of the German Harugari and belonged to the Southern Colorado Pioneers' Association. He is survived by his bereaved wife and three children, a daughter, Mrs. Emma Miles, two sons, Charles and Frank, all residents of Pueblo. The funeral arrangements will be announced later by the McCarthy Undertaking Co. Pueblo Chieftain - February 25, 1917 - The funeral of the late Julius Hildenbrand will take place tomorrow morning at 8:30 from his late residence, 301 Lake avenue and from St. Patrick's church at 9. Rev. J. B. Schimpf will conduct the services and the interment will be in the Hildenbrand family lot in Roselawn under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain - February 26, 1917 - The funeral of Julius Hildenbrand will take place this morning at 8:30 from the late residence, 301 Lake Avenue, and at 9 o'clock from St. Patrick's Church. Rev. Father S. J. Schimpf will say mass for the dead. The burial will be on the family burial plot at Roselawn in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain - February 27, 1917 - The funeral of Julius Hildenbrand took place yesterday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the residence, 301 Lake Avenue, at 9 o'clock from St. Patrick's Church. The Rev. Father Schimpf celebrated mass for the dead. The pall bearers were: Charles Cambron, John Seiter, George Stumpf, Thomas Kelley, Edward Reiss, Ernest Walz, Mr. Thomas and Oscar Olson. The flower bearers were P. Keys, Andrew McGovern, Oswald Pfefferle, and Eli Tyler. Members of the Southern Colorado Pioneers Association attended in a body. Interment Roselawn in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Company.

Hildner, Jack Cook
Jack Cook Hildner - Pueblo Chieftain - May 4, 2012 - Former Chieftain sports editor dies - Former Chieftain sports and news editor Jack Hildner died Wednesday afternoon of cancer. He was 73. Hildner started at The Pueblo Chieftain as a sportswriter in 1966 and was named editor four years later. He retired in 2000. Known among his colleagues for his brilliant mind, rapier-sharp wit and love for the language (and those who use it well), Hildner also was passionate about sports. His was a familiar face for decades at local ballfields and gymnasiums, whether in his professional capacity, or as a fan or faithful baseball dad. Chieftain News Editor Mike Spence went to work for Hildner as a sportswriter in 1975. Spence said he's "heartbroken that Jack is gone," and that the years he worked for Hildner in sports were the best of his career. "He taught me so much about journalism, both philosophically and technically. I credit Jack a lot for whatever success I've had in the newspaper business. All of us in sports worked as hard as we did because we liked and respected Jack so much," Spence said. City Editor Larry Lopez joined The Chieftain in 1969 and worked alongside Hildner for 31 years on both the sports and city staffs. "Jack was an 'old pro.' He believed that local sports was the bread-and-butter of The Chieftain's sports coverage. As an editor he demanded full coverage of Pueblo teams, whether high school, college or summer events. To him, local teams were top priority and that thinking was reflected in our coverage." Retired City Editor John Purfield described Hildner as "a colleague that I enjoyed working with because he was a good person and I think he was the real pro among all the people we had down there. He could slip into any slot and take care of it in good shape." Marv Read, a faith/religion columnist and retired Chieftain editor, worked with Hildner for 15 years on the night copy desk, where Hildner was news editor. Hildner was "a consummate newsman: careful, precise and aware. But I'll also remember him as a man blessed with a great, almost infectious laugh and the ability to tell stories as articulately and detailed as most reporters can write them," Read said. "I'm guessing that for both readers and his colleagues, Jack's death represents, if not the end, then the diminishing of a different, greater era of newspapering." Hildner is survived by his wife Judy, who is The Chieftain's sports editor. He also is survived by two sons, Matt (Erin Minks) of Alamosa, who is a Chieftain correspondent, and Thad (Megan), who is an English teacher at George Washington High School in Denver, two granddaughters and a sister. There will be a memorial gathering from 2 to 4 p.m. May 20 in the Ryals Room of the Robert Hoag Rawlings Public Library, 100 E. Abriendo Ave. Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors handled cremation. Pueblo Chieftain - May 4, 2012 - Jack Cook Hildner, 73. Born to Marie LaVoie and Alfred Leggett Hildner, Aug. 9, 1938, in Chicago, died May 2, 2012. Survived by wife, Judith Kathryn Hildner; sons, Matthew A. (Erin Minks) Hildner of Alamosa, and Thad (Megan) Hildner and granddaughters, Grace and Emma Hildner, all of Aurora; sister, Robin Beckers of Benicia, Calif. Also survived by numerous nephews and nieces and a large extended family. Hildner was a lifelong newspaperman. He began as a paperboy for the Pasadena, Calif., Independent as a youngster after World War II. He volunteered to run copy in the newsroom in exchange for old AP sports photos. He played several sports in high school and junior college and attended the University of Missouri on a baseball scholarship. He soon shifted his attention to the fine journalism school at Missouri. After serving in the U.S. Army, Hildner came to Colorado in the mid-1960s to work at the old Colorado Springs Free Press, moving to The Pueblo Chieftain in 1966 as a sports reporter. He met his wife, Judy, in The Chieftain sports department and they married in 1968. Although he was known for his storytelling, Hildner's talents were as an editor. He served as sports editor and news editor at The Chieftain before retiring in 2000. Cremation has taken place. There will be a memorial gathering from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 20, at the Ryals Room on the fourth floor of the Robert Hoag Rawlings Public Library. Donations in Hildner's memory may be made to the Runyon Field Sports Complex or Sangre de Cristo Hospice.

Hildreth, John P.
John P. Hildreth – Pueblo Chieftain – March 21, 1919 – John T. Hildreth, died at El Paso, Texas, March 20. Body to be brought here for burial, in charge of Davis-Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – March 23, 1919 – John P. Hildreth Dies at El Paso, Texas – Word has been received by relatives in Pueblo of the death of John P. Hildreth in El Paso, Texas, March 19. He is survived by two sisters of this city: Mrs. C. H. Cheney and Mrs. N. R. Cullings, and two brothers, D. L. Hildreth of Alton, Ill., and W. H. Hildreth of Soda Springs, Idaho. The body will be forwarded to Pueblo. Funeral announcement later by Davis-Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – March 23, 1919 – The funeral of John P. Hildreth will be held from the Davis-Vories Chapel Monday morning at 10:00 o'clock. Pueblo Chieftain – March 24, 1919 – The funeral of John P. Hildreth will be held this morning at 10 o'clock in Davis-Vories Chapel. Pueblo Chieftain – March 25, 1919 – The funeral of John P. Hildreth was held from the Davis-Vories Chapel yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. A. J. Bassett officiated. Mrs. Effie Spray and Mrs. Ray W. Gibbons, accompanied by Mrs. J. R. Kunkle, sang "Asleep in Jesus," "Abide with Me," and "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." The pallbearers were H. E. Curtis, J. P. Moran, H. P. Maples, R. E. Davidson, W. J. Bates and W. C. Starr.

Hiler, Roberta L.
Roberta L. Hiler - Pueblo Chieftain - August 21, 2011 - Roberta L. Hiler, 86, passed away Aug. 17, 2011. She was preceded in death by her husband, Roy G. Hiler Sr. She is survived by her son, Roy G. Hiler Jr.; two granddaughters; nine great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild. Graveside inurnment, 2 p.m. Monday, Aug. 22, 2011, at Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Roberta's memory to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice through the funeral home office. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hiles, Frank A.
Frank A. Hiles – Pueblo Chieftain – November 15, 1919 – Frank A. Hiles Dies – Frank A. Hiles, age 49 years, one of Pueblo's best known businessmen died at his home, 1006 Berkeley Ave. yesterday afternoon after an illness of more than a month. Mr. Hiles had resided in Pueblo for 25 years, most of that time being engaged in the insurance business and was an active member of the Commerce Club. He was born in Campbellsburg, Ind., December 26, 1869. He is survived by his wife and one daughter, Miss Helen Hiles. The funeral will take place Monday morning at 10 o'clock from the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Mrs. Mary Baldwin will read the Christian Science funeral service. Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain – November 16, 1919 – The funeral of Frank A. Hiles will be held from the McCarthy Chapel Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Mary Baldwin will read the burial service of the Christian Science Church. Burial in Mountain View Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain – November 17, 1919 – The funeral of Frank A. Hiles will take place this morning at 10 o'clock from the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Mrs. Mary Baldwin will read the Christian Science Services. The burial will be at Mountain View Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain – November 18, 1919 – The funeral of the late Frank A. Hiles was held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock from the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Mrs. Mary Baldwin read the burial service of the Christian Science Church. The pallbearers were: T. H. Divine, E. E. Weathers, Dr. J. D. Moore, Joseph Sprengle, P. A. Cessna, and E. H. Day. Mrs. George Vawter, accompanied by Miss Florence Baldwin sang "Out of Self and into Thee," and "Still, Still with Thee." Burial was at Mountain View Cemetery.

Hill, A. Robert
A. Robert “Bob” Hill - Huerfano Journal - January 17, 2013 - A. Robert “Bob” Hill, 82, of La Veta, Colorado, passed away December 30th, 2012 at the Joni Fair Hospice House in Pueblo. He was born in Circleville, Ohio, on July 29th, 1930. After retiring, he and his wife of 33 years, Kathy, and their daughter Robin made their home in La Veta. Leaving the family farm, Bob joined the Air Force in 1949 serving in the Korean War, spending time in Japan and Korea. After his discharge he moved to Colorado where he lived the rest of his life, initially in Greeley where he created and owned Adtec Advertising Co. In 1978, Bob bought Horizon Travel, a travel agency in Longmont, and moved to Pinewood Springs, a lovely mountain community between Lyons and Estes Park. His love for traveling took him all over the world, and he dreamed of living on a sailboat which he would call “Estrella”. He retired in 1993, moving with his family to Huerfano County, where he began his career as a historical fiction novelist, about the area's unique history, and ultimately settled in La Veta in 1996. Bob kept busy writing, publishing eight novels in 13 years. His love of history spilled forth when he became a docent for the Francisco Fort Museum. He also repaired some of the Museum's relics, a reflection of his love to work with his hands in creative ways. He also loved music, playing tunes on his electric organ completely by ear. Bob was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and two sisters. He is survived by his wife, Kathy Hill of La Veta, children and step children: Renterra “Terri” (Hill) Fauth of Silverthorne, CO, Robin Hill of Golden CO, Patrick Kimmitt of Fort Collins, CO, and Greg Kimmitt of Alexandria, VA. He is also survived by his sister, Betty (Hill) Weiss of McCormick, SC. A memorial gathering will be held this Sunday January 13th at noon at the La Veta Inn, in La Veta, Colorado. Those who knew Bob are invited to come and share the memories.

Hill, Burley Milford
Burley Milford Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - August 16, 2011 - Burley Milford Hill, 88, passed away Aug. 12, 2011. He was born in Indianapolis, Ind., on April 26, 1923, to Lula Mae (Hoagland) and Levon Shaffer Hill. Burley and Martha J. Gomez married in Raton, N.M., on July 22, 1948. Raised in Indianapolis, he received his four year Printer Apprenticeship after high school. He worked as a rubber plate maker at Precision Rubber Plate Company in Indianapolis and was a State Guard-Captain during WWII. In 1948 he moved to Pueblo. Burley worked 15 years for Pueblo Typewriter Exchange as a rubber stamp maker and later was a foreman for O'Brien Printing. In the 1970's, he was President of the International Typographical Union local. He was an agent for Farm Bureau Insurance and retired from the insurance business in 1985. Burley was a 50 year plus member of First Presbyterian Church. He was a JayCee board member and a life member of BPO Elks #90. Burley worked with the Boy Scouts of America for about 20 years as a Cub Scout Assistant, Boy Scout Leader, and Scout Master for Troop #19. He performed numerous Eagle ceremonies for the troop. Survived by his wife, Martha; children, Duane Lee (Sandi) Hill of Onalaska, Wis., and Diane Lynn (Clifford) Hill-Clark of Richland, Wash.; sister, Pauline Roberts of Indianapolis; sisters-in-law, Dorothy (Art) Wengert of Pueblo and Helen Howell of Denver (very special thanks for their help and support); grandchildren, Marisa Kaali, Diana Leystra, Tiffany Vermes, Adam, Jennifer, Beth and Scott Clark and Sarah Harder; great-grandchildren, Zubayr Kaali, Ryan, Taylor and Dylan Konewko, Kristen, Katelynn, Nicholas Clark and Abigail Harder; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Milton and Leonard; and brother-in-law, Charlie Roberts. Viewing from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Service, 1 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 18, 2011, at First Presbyterian Church, 10th and Court St., with the Rev. Dr. Brad Munroe officiating. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery.

Hill, Curtis Sr.
Curtis E. Hill Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain – November 20, 2013 - Curtis E. Hill Sr., 85, passed away Nov. 18, 2013. Full notice on Sunday. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hill, David E.
David E. Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - June 24, 1942 - David E. Hill, services Thursday morning. To Mountain View.

Hill, Don
Don Hill - Daily Tribune - May 23, 2007 - Don Hill, 79, of 222 Hwy. 34 S., Junction City, passed away Tuesday, May 15, 2007, at Saint Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield, where he had been a patient for five days. Don, the son of Paul and Agnes (Wallum) Hill, was born July 24, 1927, in Rice Lake. Don graduated from Cameron High School in 1947. He was active in many sports including wrestling, boxing, football and baseball. Don served in the U.S. Navy, and he was awarded the Victory Medal and the Asiatic Pacific Area Campaign Medal before being honorably discharged in 1946. Don held many jobs during his lifetime including: Gas station owner, groundskeeper, farmer, volunteer fireman, and agriculture teacher. After retiring he enjoyed working on his hobby farm, gardening, socializing, cooking for family and friends, watching the Packers, and arguing politics. Survivors include his wife, Jennifer; three daughters and one son, Susan (Ed) Roe of Wisconsin Rapids, Kristi Wilson of San Diego, Calif., Patti (Dana) Thomas of Albuquerque, N.M., and Bunker (Cathy) Hill of Orlando, Fla.; one stepdaughter, Sarah Mueller of Atlanta, Ga.; one stepson, Davis Mueller of Trinidad, Colo. Grandchildren include, Rusty (Mindy) Roe, and Rachel Roe, both of Wisconsin Rapids, Cheri Hartshorn of Dayton, Ohio, Kelly Wilson, and Rick Wilson, both of San Diego, Calif., Dustin Taylor of Albuquerque, N.M., Bobbi Hill and Cedric Hill, both of Orlando, Fla., and Joshua Hill of Las Vegas, Nev.; one great-grandson, Brendan Hartshorn of Dayton, Ohio, and a brother, Charles (Betty) Hill of Port St. Lucie, Fla. Also surviving are parents-in-law, George and Delores Davis of Wisconsin Rapids; brothers-in-law, John (Suzan) Davis of Wisconsin Rapids, and Michael (Sharon) Davis, Charles (Robby) Davis, David Davis and Patrick (Brenda) Davis all of Nekoosa; sisters-in-law, Frances (Ben) Renner of Nekoosa, and Susan (Len) Midthun and Helen Davis, both of Wisconsin Rapids; numerous nieces and nephews; caring neighbors, Carol and Duane Keip; and many other relatives and friends. Don was predeceased by a brother, Jim Hill; a sister, Betty Olson; and a son, Bob Hill. Don requested his body be donated to science. The family will hold a private ceremony at a later date.

Hill, Elbedia
Elbedia Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - March 1, 1917 - Mrs. Elbedia Hill, wife of C. E. Hill, died at the family residence 1710 East Tenth Street late Tuesday evening. She was born in Missouri 37 years ago and came to Pueblo one year ago for her health. She is survived by the husband and five children, Clarence H., Cladie, Elsie May, Goldie, and Letha Hill, all residing at the home in this city. The funeral will be held at the Whiton Chapel this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Herbert A. Vandeman, pastor of the Seventh Day Adventist Church will conduct the services and the interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain - March 2, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Elbedia Hill was held at the Whiton Chapel yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Herbert A Vandeman, pastor of the seventh Day Adventist Church, conducted the services. Mrs. Charles Wildeboor, accompanied by Mrs. Charles Martin, sang "Beautiful Valley of Eden," and "I am Coming Lord." The pall bearers were Dr. A. C. Fawkes, H. M. Stone, E. Curtis, A. F. Pinkerton, J. S. Johnson, and J. E. Collins. The interment was in Mountain View.

Hill, Frances Ann
Frances Ann Hill – Pueblo Chieftain – December 17, 1917 – Mrs. Frances A. Hill, age 65 years, died last night at the family home, 612 W. 7th St. She came to Pueblo in 1883. She was born in Buffalo, New York. The deceased is survived by her husband, C. C. Hill, and three daughters, Mrs. Hattie Slaughter of Denver, Miss May Hill of Pueblo, and Mrs. Frances Atkins of Pueblo. The body is being cared for at the home by the McCarthy Undertaking Company and the funeral announcement will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain – December 18, 1917 – The funeral of Mrs. Frances Ann Hill will take place Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence, 612 W. 7th St., and at 2:30 from the St. John A. M. E. Church. The burial will be at North Side Cemetery in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain – December 20, 1917 – The funeral of Mrs. Frances Ann Hill took place yesterday at 2 o'clock from the family residence, 612 W. 7th St., at 2:30 from the St. John A. M. E. Church. Rev. R. H. Harbert, assisted by Rev. Watson officiated. The choir sang "Nearer My God to Thee," "Asleep in Jesus," and "Abide with Me." Mrs. Holly sang "It Is Well with My Soul." Mrs. North sang "Face to Face." The pallbearers were: D. Z. Bray, M. T. Trailor, and W. M. Owens, James A. Murrell, Samuel McAllister, C. W. Mahoney. The interment was in the North Side Cemetery in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Company.

Hill, Frances Ellen
Frances Ellen Hill – Pueblo Chieftain – October 28, 1918 – Frances Ellen Hill, age 37 years, died yesterday morning at the family home, 315 W. 5th St., following an attack of Spanish influenza. She had resided in Pueblo four months, and is survived by her husband, John N. Hill, two sons, Roy and Jack, and one daughter, Flossie. Also her father, Newton Smith, and five brothers, all residing at Chanute, Kan. Deceased held membership in the O. E. S. Daughters of Justice and Baptist Church in Chanute, Kan. The remains are at Davis & Vories and will be forwarded to Chanute upon the recovery of her three children who are confined to their home with the influenza. Pueblo Chieftain – October 29, 1918 – The remains of Frances Ellen Hill were forwarded to Chanute, Kan., yesterday afternoon by the Davis & Vories undertaking Co., accompanied by her father, Newton Smith.

Hill, Gladys W.
Gladys W. Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - August 21, 2012 - Gladys W. Hill, 93, born Feb. 12, 1919, in Jasper, Ala., and passed Aug. 16, 2012, at University Park Care Center in Pueblo, Colo. She was raised and attended college in Jasper, Ala. She later moved to Pueblo, where she lived for 40 years and she worked for over 20 years for District No. 60 as a school teacher. She also was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Mary Ann Muirhead; parents, James and Viola Williams of Jasper, Ala.; one sister and three brothers of Jasper, Ala. Viewing, 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012, at Imperial Funeral Home. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Hill, Glenn Acie
Glenn Acie Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - November 22, 2011 - Glenn Acie Hill, 82, born Sept. 28, 1929; died Nov. 18, 2011. Gathering for family and friends, 2 to 6 p.m. today, Nov. 22, 2011, at his home, 6197 Highway 78 West.

Hill, Harry
Harry Hill – Pueblo Chieftain – November 15, 1918 – Harry Hill, age 31 years, died at a local hospital yesterday. The remains were removed to the McCarthy Undertaking parlors. Funeral announcements later.

Hill, Harry D.
Harry D. Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - November 13, 1917 - Harry D. Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Hill, died at the residence 1329 Lake Avenue last night. The body is at Davis & Vories and the funeral will be announced later. Pueblo Chieftain - November 15, 1917 - The funeral of Harry D. Hill, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Hill, was held from the Davis- Vories Chapel yesterday morning at 10:30. Rev. C. A. Redfield of the People's Mission conducted the services. Mrs. E. B. Gates and Mrs. D. R. Smith accompanied by Mrs. C. A. Redfield, sang "Savior, Lead Me Lest I Stray," "The Pearly White City," and "Safe in the Arms of Jesus." Interment was made in Mountain View Cemetery.

Hill, John A.
John A. Hill – Pueblo Chieftain – December 5, 1919 – N. W. Hill and family, Mrs. Mary Hennessy, John Hennessy, and Mr. and Mrs. William Hennessy from Pueblo attended the funeral at Sugar City of John A. Hill, the pioneer and plainsman, who died there at the home of his son, George Hill. Pueblo Chieftain – December 7, 1919 – One of the First Owners of Ground Where Pueblo Is – A contemporary of the Smith brothers, the original Pueblo Co. of 20 co-operators, has just departed this life. So far as known, Steve Smith of East Pueblo is now the only one left. Dad Hill, while not a member of the Co., was "around here" about that time and owned portions of the land where the city now stands. Mr. Hill, like Steve Smith, had been to the Pacific coast by way of Panama before either of them saw the site of General Pike's camp at the mouth of the Fountain-which-Boils. John A. Hill died of pneumonia a few days ago at the home of his son George at Sugar City, at the age of 94. The Sugar City Gazette publishes this obituary sketch: In the year 1853 there came from Westport, Mo., to the region that is now Colo. a young man whose life was destined to be closely interwoven with the development and stirring history of the Centennial state. The then young man bore the name of John A. Hill, familiarly known as "Dad" Hill to the people of Sugar City for many years past. In his earlier years Mr. Hill had been an extensive traveler. As a boy he was on a trading vessel in the West Indies and the waters of South America. In his travels he crossed the Isthmus of Panama, which was considered some feat in those times. Returning to his home in Westport, he came up the Missouri River in 1857, before the railway in that region, and when the only settlements were straggling rows of houses along the river front and Westport and Independence were villages. He tramped over the hills were Kansas City now stands and hunted deer and wild turkeys. On his first trip to the Colorado region he remained only a few months, most the time at old For Bent. Late in the year he returned to Kansas City with the same train of ox teams he had accompanied on his westward trip; these trains making one round trip each year. Much of the time Mr. Hill lived among the Indians, who were always friendly toward him, although not generally very peaceable with the whites at that time. On his return to Kansas City he hauled material for many buildings that were then going up in the great boom town. He also transported many families from Westport Landing to Franklin and Lawrence. In the latter place he met "Jim" Lane afterwards United States Sen., and with whom he transacted business. In 1858 Hill and his partner Gantrell sold 11 mules to the government, which was then sending an expedition against the Mormons in Utah. With this money they organized a trading expedition and started westward over the planes. At Fort Laramie they met some cattlemen who told them that a man named Gregory had found gold at the mouth of Cherry Creek, where Denver now stands. They sold out their goods to a traitor and struck out for Cherry Creek. They located Gregory there, but he had found only traces of gold. Hill and Gantrell put down a shaft and took out the first gold from a shaft in Colo. It was in the spring of 1858 that Hill again reached Colo. and in July at the mouth of Jerry Creek near Denver discovered gold in paying quantities. Great excitement followed and a rush of prospectors came from all parts of the country. Mr. Hill left that region and made trips to Montana and Idaho, and did not return to Denver until the fall of 1860. He then started for Mexico, but reaching the present site of Pueblo, found the town underway and stopped there. Mr. Hill remained in Pueblo until 1862, and became the owner of tracks of land that are now in the heart of the town. He left Pueblo and again traveled to Montana with other gold prospectors. He spent some time at the headwaters of the Missouri River, and at the camps near Helena. He left Montana the latter part of 1864 and wintered in Trinidad, Colo. Dad Hill located in Kiowa County 33 years ago, and filed on a homestead near Chivington, and was one of the first settlers of that county. He located in Sugar City about 10 years ago, and continued hale and hearty up until the time of his illness about 2 weeks ago. Although he was in his 94th year he was always cheerful and enjoyed a recital of his travel experiences, and had a right to be proud of having been a pioneer in the discovery of Colo. gold.

Hill, John E.
John E. Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - June 7, 1999 - Our Past Century, 1944 - 1945 - 'Gung-Ho' Effort Produces Victory - They Made a Difference - John E. Hill - John E. Hill, born in Muncie, Ind., and raised in Colorado Springs, moved to Pueblo in 1920 at age 19. A banker by profession, Hill left a banking career to run for county commissioner in 1936. He won that race and continued to serve until 1956 when he made an unsuccessful bid for the U.S. House of Representatives. Hill returned to the county board as an appointee of then-Colorado Gov. Steven R. McNichols and remained a commissioner until his retirement in 1975. At his death in July 1978, then-City Council President Mel Takaki described the 76-year-old Hill as "the heart and conscience of the Democratic Party in Pueblo." Hill was known as a wry, wisecracking force in local politics - the Will Rogers of Pueblo politics - for nearly 40 years.

Hill, John W.
John W. “Jack” Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - November 16, 2012 - John W. “Jack” Hill, 77, of Pueblo West, Colo., was embraced by his loving God on Nov. 13, 2012. Celebration of Jack's life, 3 p.m. Saturday, Divine Science Church, 115 E. Routt Ave., Pueblo. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 1207 Pueblo Boulevard Way, Pueblo, CO 81004, in Jack's memory.

Hill, Judith Helen
Judith Helen Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - May 15, 2010 - Judith Helen Hill, 63, of Pueblo West and Canon City was born Aug. 16, 1946 in Michigan. Judi lost her battle with breast cancer on May 13, 2010. She is survived by three children, Robert Hill, Brian (Sandi) Hill, and Colleen (Andrew) Tice. She has five grandchildren, Cody, Colton, Matt, Harlee, and Ralph, and one sister, Lois Price of Coulterville, Calif. She was employed by the Colorado Mental Health Institute of Pueblo where she had many friends. Memorial services, 10 a.m., Monday, May 17, 2010, Evangelical Free Church in Canon City, Colo. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be sent to Fremont Regional Hospice or Orchard of Hope in Canon City. Arrangements handled by Holt Family Funeral Home.

Hill, Lewis A.
Lewis A. Hill – Pueblo Chieftain – September 4, 1919 – Lewis A. Hill, age 66 years, died at the home of his nephew, Neil McKinley, forest ranger for the Rye District, September 2. Rev. Michaud of the Rye Church officiated, and interment was made in Brookside Cemetery in charge of Davis-Vories.

Hill, Lonamae Agnes
Lonamae Agnes Hill - Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home - June 18, 2005 - Lonamae Agnes Hill passed away on May 11, 2005 at age 89 at the Trinidad State Nursing Home. Lonamae was born on August 14, 1915 in Trinidad to Dr. Earl K. and Mrs. Frankie Mae Carmichael. She attended Center High School in Center, CO., Trinidad State Junior College, and the University of Colorado in Boulder. After attending dance school in Kansas City, MO., she taught dance for a period of time in Trinidad. Lonamae married Thomas A. Hill on June 5th, 1947 in Clayton, NM. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Chapter J PEO, and Community Bible Study. Lonamae was a bridge fanatic and played at every opportunity. She also enjoyed reading mysteries and working crossword puzzles. Highlights of her life in later years were the vacation cruises she took with her friends from Trinidad. She also enjoyed many trips to Denver to spend time with her son Tom attending ballets, musicals, and ice shows. Sustained by her faith, she touched many lives through her volunteer work with such groups as Advocates Against Domestic Assault, the developmentally disabled and hospice, and by many kindnesses to others. Preceding her in death were her parents Earl and Frankie and her husband Tom. She is survived by sons Keller, Trinidad, Tom Jr., Englewood, Co. and grandson Shawn Scheffer, Trinidad. Visitation will be Sunday May 15, 2005 from 2 pm to 6 pm at the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. Funeral service will be Monday May 16, 2005 at 10 am at the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. Burial will follow at the Trinidad Masonic Cemetery. The family of Lonamae Hill has entrusted Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home with the arrangements.

Hill, Muriel L.
Muriel L. Hill - The Times Argus - February 23, 2004 - Muriel L. Hill, 77, of Morrisville, died Friday, Feb. 20, 2004 in Burlington. She was born on July 15, 1926 in East Calais and was a 1944 graduate of Montpelier High School. In 1945 she married Richard Hill. She had worked for the Central Vermont Council on Aging where she served as an advocate for senior citizens. Her hobbies included sewing and quilt-making. A member of the American Legion Auxiliary and the Charity Rebekah Lodge #38 in Hyde Park, she was also in charge of the local Salvation Army for many years. In addition to her husband, she is survived by: three sons, Alan Hill of Trinidad, Colo., Randall Hill, and Donald Hill, both of Morrisville; a daughter, Holly Hill of Denver, Colo.; two brothers, Reginald Lamb and Benjamin Lamb, both of Essex Junction; a sister, Jean Farnham of Franklin, N.H.; 11 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, Feb. 26 at 3 p.m. at the Puffer United Methodist Church in Morrisville. The White-Fiess Funeral Home of Morrisville is in charge of arrangements.

Hill, Richard R.
Richard R. Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - July 27, 2010 - Richard R. Hill, 81, passed away July 25, 2010. He was preceded in death by his wife, Virginia; parents, Raymond and Betty Hill; sons, David, Ricky, Patrick and Steven; brothers, Warren and Kenny. Survived by son, Terry L. (Nancy) Hill; grandchildren, Amber, Brittney, Austin, Brandon, and Matthew; great-grandchildren, Haley and Ryan; numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives. Richard retired from C.F.&I., where he was an electrician. He served in the U.S. Navy and was a member of the American Legion Post # 2 and Pueblo Elks Lodge #90, BPOE. Cremation, with a memorial service at 10 a.m. Thursday, George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hill, Richard R.
Richard R. Hill - The Times Argus - November 30, 2004 - Richard R. Hill, 78, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2004, at his home with his family by his side. He was born on Dec. 6 1925, in Montpelier, the son of William Arthur and Madge Irene Bullock Hill. He married Muriel Lamb in Montpelier in March 1945. Muriel passed away February 20, 2004. Richard and Muriel had made their own home in Morrisville since 1957. Richard had been employed by the railroad for 20 years as a lineman's helper and retired as a roadmaster. He was also a self-employed electrical contractor. He was a member of the American Legion, Mt. Vernon Masonic Lodge #8 and the Bliss Lodge I.O.O.F. He served 27 years on the Morrisville Fire Department and was a Morrisville Water and Light Commissioner for 28 years. He was a veteran of the United States Navy. Richard enjoyed collecting railroad memorabilia and restoring railroad lanterns. Richard is survived by three sons, Alan and his wife, Martina Hill of Trinidad, Colo., Randall Hill and Donald Hill of Morrisville; one daughter, Holly Hill and husband, Chester G. Fitzpatrick of Denver, Colo.; two brothers, Benjamin Hill of Westford and Robert E. Hill of Berlin and two sisters, Iva Nelson of Mass, and Doris Hill of Hanover, N.H., 11 grandchildren, Kelcie, Lisa, Jeffrey, Rachel, Shannon, Erin, Heather, Eric, Melissa, Holly and Ashley, several great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. In addition to his wife and parents, Richard was predeceased by a daughter, Barbara Hill in 1957 and two brothers, Burton and Maurice Hill. Memorial services will he held Thursday, Dec. 2, at 11 a.m. at Puffer United Methodist Church in Morrisville. Interment will be in the spring in Fairview Cemetery in E. Calais. White-Fiess Funeral Home of Morrisville is in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Richard's memory would be appreciated to the Salvation Army, 25 Keith Ave., Barre VT 05641 or Lamoille Home Health & Hospice, 54 Farr Ave., Morrisville, VT.

Hill, Robert Jean
Robert Jean Hill - Trinidad Times Independent - April 11, 2011 - Robert Jean Hill passed away at the age of 71, Saturday, April 9, 2011, at home with his family beside him. Robert was preceded in death by his mother Beatrice, father Robert and niece Jasmine Danielson. Robert leaves behind his loving wife, Joella Hill of 51 years. Robert was a beloved husband and a wonderful father of three sons, Vance Hill and wife Kim Hill; children Tyler, Jace, Brennan, Remington and Yellowhawk Triston. Rafe Hill and wife Dottie: children, Rachel, Georgene, Ralph, and Brandon. Tate Hill, children, Avrom and Maya. Robert is survived by his brother Gary Hill and his sisters: Virginia Kinard, Carolyn Harris, and Pat Danielson. Other survivors include great grandchildren: Kinsen and Sienna Rose. Robert has numerous nieces, nephews, and step-great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Vance, Tate, Rafe, Tyler, Avrum and Tony Hass. Visitation will be Thursday, April 14, at Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home from 2-6 p.m. Funeral services will be held Friday, April 15, 2011, at 10 a.m. at the First Christian Church, followed by a reception at the church. Bobby will be buried at the Simpson Cemetery in Thatcher following the reception. The family has entrusted the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home with the arrangements.

Hill, Robert Sr.
Robert Hill Sr. - Mail Tribune - November 24, 2004 - Robert "Bob" L. Hill, Sr. was born of Feb. 16, 1923 to Walter S. Hill and Melda (Rightenaur) Hill. He was born in Rock Island, IL and attended school there. Upon graduation he enlisted in the Army Air Corps. He married Marjorie (Marj) Dunn in 1944. He went over to England with the 8th Air Force and spent the last months of the war in a German P.O.W. camp. He and Marj were parents of five children, Dannie Moore of Westminster, CO, Robert Hill, Jr. of Amarillo, TX, Fletcher Hill of La Veta, CO; James Hill of Denver, CO, and Megan Hill of Golden, CO. Bob spent his working years in photography, technical illustration, and aerospace computer engineering. His hobbies were gemology (certified Gemologist), lapidary, oil and water color, and an avid history buff. He served as curator of the Crater Rock Museum for eleven years. Besides his family, Mr. Hill is survived by five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; a brother, Richard Hill of Rock Island, IL; and a sister, Janice Dierolf of Sherrard, IL. A private family gathering has been held. A memorial will take place at a later date. Arrangements: Abbey Funeral, Medford.

Hill, Rubye Louise
Rubye Louise Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - January 15, 2010 - Rubye Louise Hill, age 90, died in her sleep Wed. Jan. 13, 2010, at Horizon Heights nursing home in Pueblo, Colo. She had moved from South Dakota at age 75, to live near one of her daughters after spending a large part of her life in Veblen, South Dakota, and raising her family there. She was preceded in death by her parents; seven sisters; two brothers; and her husband. She is survived by her daughters, Kathryn Hill of Minnesota and Geri Davis of Pueblo; son, Jonathan (Julie) Hill of South Dakota; four grandchildren, Matthew, Kristin, Kelsey and Alex. She is also survived by two sisters, Hildegaard (age 95) and Edna (age 91). Memorial service, 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 16, 2010, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Rev. Dr. Rick Calhoun officiating. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association through the funeral home.

Hill, Thelene
Thelene Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - November 6, 2012 - Thelene Hill, 86, of Pueblo West went to be with the Lord on Nov. 4, 2012. Preceded in death by her loving husband of 57 years, Warren W. Hill; son, Alan; parents, Willard and Ella Craft; and brother, Willard Ray Craft. Survived by her sons, Lance W. (Roxanne) Hill, Pueblo West, Dr. Kent R. Hill “Willie,” Pueblo, Kirk R. (Ann) Hill, Monument, Colo.; grandson, Bret (Cassie) Hill, Pueblo West, Jake Hill and Nick Hill, Monument, Colo.; great-grandson, Ayrton Hill; and special therapy dog, Bruno. She graduated from Central High School in 1944 and later retired from the CF&I engineering department. She then worked at Pueblo Community College. She loved singing and belonged to the Musequettes girls' chorus for 20 years and sang in various church choirs. She and her husband spent 11 winters in Tucson, Ariz., where they enjoyed lots of square and round dancing with their many winter friends. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9, 2012, at Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Arrangements, Imperial Funeral Home.

Hill, Virginia D.
Virginia D. Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - October 2, 2013 - Virginia D. Hill, 65, passed away Sept. 28, 2013. Arrangements pending.

Hill, W.A.G.
W.A.G. Hill - Pueblo Indicator - January 12, 1935 - W.A.G. Hill, 86, a Civil War veteran died at his home, 1231 Orman avenue, Sunday, January 6th. He came to Colorado shortly after 1900.

Hill, Walter Leo
Walter Leo Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - May 7, 2014 - Walter Leo Hill, 1923-2014. Student athlete, city manager, university administrator, successful banker and community leader, W. Leo Hill passed away on Sunday, May 4, 2014. Leo had resided at Frasier Meadows Retirement Community in Boulder for the past 10 years. Born in rural Missouri on Dec. 17, 1923, Leo lived with his parents and two brothers in Potosi, Mo., until he was a high school sophomore, when the family moved to Pueblo, Colo. Leo attended Pueblo's Centennial High School, graduating in 1941. While at Centennial, he established an excellent academic record and also became an outstanding athlete in both basketball and baseball. In November of 2004, Leo was inducted into the Centennial High School Hall of Fame. Through a recent gift, Leo enabled the completion of the Alumni Courtyard at Centennial. Leo had fond recollections of his time at Centennial, where he met the girl later to become his wife. Leo served in WWII in the European Theater as a second lieutenant and pilot with the U.S. Army with the 440th Troop Carrier Group. He was honorably discharged in December of 1945. He attended Pueblo Junior College before transferring to Colorado College in Colorado Springs. At Colorado College, Leo continued to excel, both academically and on the athletic field. Leo earned two varsity letters in both basketball and baseball. He was selected for the All-Conference baseball team having led his Colorado College team with a .400 batting average. In 1948, he graduated from Colorado College cum laude with a degree in political science. In 1947, Leo married his high school sweetheart, Betty Lue Demaree, in Pueblo. Betty Lue was an active partner in every aspect of Leo's developing career. Betty Lue passed away in 1997. They had no children. Leo became an assistant city manager in Pueblo and in 1952 was named the city manager of Columbia, Mo. In August of 1958, Leo returned to Colorado to become the Vice President for Business Affairs and treasurer of the University of Colorado, a part of the leadership team of then-President Quigg Newton. Leo greatly admired the leadership qualities of Quigg Newton, noting that many of those adopted qualities served Leo well through the balance of his career. Upon Mr. Newton's death, and consistent with his philanthropic orientation, Leo was active in establishing the Quigg Newton Leadership Chair on the Boulder Campus of the University of Colorado. That chair has been held by two personal friends of Leo, initially Sen. Hank Brown and currently Sandy Bracken. This memorial fund was very important to Leo, serving as a tribute to his friend and mentor, Quigg Newton. Over the years, Leo had remained a friend of Mr. Newton's family. In 1963, Leo joined the First National Bank in Boulder. He became president and CEO of that bank in 1964. In 1969, he was central in the formation of the bank holding company, Affiliated Bankshares of Colorado. Throughout the remainder of his career, Leo held various leadership positions within the bank as well as the holding company including president and CEO of both institutions. Leo retired in 1988. Affiliated Bankshares was acquired by BankOne, which subsequently became JPMorgan Chase. Leo had said that one of his greatest accomplishments was the development of employees who have gone on to serve as bank presidents. He places the number at 20, including the first woman to be president of a nationally chartered bank in Colorado. Leo always was quick to express his pride in the accomplishments of his “kids.” Leo served the banking industry as president of the Colorado Bankers Association and served on the board of the Colorado School of Banking. Leo believed in community service. He was an advisor to two governors and played an important role in the process which ultimately brought the National Center for Atmospheric Research, NCAR, to Boulder. As a community leader, Leo had served as president of the Boulder Chamber of Commerce, the United Way of Boulder County, Boulder Rotary Club, the University of Colorado Foundation and the Alumni Club of Colorado College. Other boards upon which he had served include Frasier Meadows, the national Municipal League and Boulder Community Hospital and its Foundation. Leo has said, “I wish I were triplets ... I've wanted to do so many things!” Leo was a man of faith and worshipped at Boulder's First Baptist Church, now Pine Street Church. Leo is survived by a sister, Karen K. Coffee, from Southern Colorado; a niece, Margaret Lue Eisert; a nephew, A.C. Hill; and two nephews of Betty Lue's, Charles D. Aurand and Richard F. Aurand. There will be a memorial service to honor Leo Hill at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 15, in the chapel at Frasier Meadows Manor, 350 Ponca Place in Boulder. Rather than flowers, contributions to honor Leo may be directed to Boulder Community Hospital Foundation, Colorado College, Frasier Manor and the University of Colorado Foundation.

Hill, William
William Hill – Pueblo Chieftain – July 23, 1919 – William Hill, 25 years old, died July 22 at a local hospital. The body is at McCarthy's. Pueblo Chieftain – July 24, 1919 – The funeral of William Hill will take place this afternoon at 3 o'clock from McCarthy Chapel. Burial will be at Roselawn.

Hill, William Dean
William Dean Hill - Pueblo Chieftain - February 9, 2011 - William Dean Hill, 82, passed away Feb. 7, 2011. Survived by his siblings, Patricia Salvucci of Denver, Shirley (Robert) Kettner of McMinnville, Ore., Louise (Earl) Potter of Lakewood, Mary (Marvin) Motz of Alamosa, James (Janet) Hill of Toledo, Ohio, and John (Cheryl) Hill of Phoenix, Ariz.; and sister-in-law, Linda Hill of Silver Spring, Md. Preceded in death by his brother, Perry Hill. William was born to Perry and Helen Hill on Feb. 29, 1928, in Hartman, Colo. He was raised on a farm in Southeastern Colorado, educated at Fort Hays College in Kansas and at USC in Pueblo. He retired as a master sergeant after a 27-year military career in the U.S. Army as an investigator and a historian in retirement. Member of Christ the King Church, Sons of Norway, Pikes Peak Posse of Westerners and American Legion. Funeral Mass, 1 p.m. Friday, Feb. 11, 2011, at Christ the King Church, 1708 Horseshoe Drive, with Msgr. Thomas Adrians as celebrant. Interment, Arlington National Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Christ the King Church through the funeral home.

Hillard, Cruse
Cruse Hillard - Pueblo Chieftain – December 5, 1918 – The funeral of Cruse Hillard was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the United Funeral Home. Rev. Cecil Garnett officiated. Mrs. John Remple, accompanied by Mrs. C. Garnet, sang "Nearer My God to Thee," and "God Will Take Care of You." Interment was in Roselawn.

Hiller, Mae
Mae Hiller - Pueblo Chieftain - February 9, 2010 - Mae Hiller, 94, of Guymon, Okla., died Friday Feb. 5, 2010. The daughter of S.M. and Alice (Bridges) Calhoun. Rubie Mae was born on May 20, 1915, in Beaver County, Okla. She was united in marriage to Lauren Hiller in 1948. Shortly after they married, the two of them made their home in Kiowa County near Eads, Colo., to farm, working the land for more than 26 years. In 1986, Mae and Lauren moved to Pueblo West, Colo., to be closer to the farm that they still owned and managed. Mae was a woman of strong faith and prayer. They moved back to Oklahoma in 2002. On April 17, 2007, Lauren passed away at home. Mae and Lauren were married for almost 59 years. Through it all, with God's help and strength, they had a happy and productive life. Together they enjoyed their worldwide travels. Even though Mae and Lauren did not have children of their own, Mae was a mother to many. Through their generous support to children and youth, they have blessed many lives worldwide, namely the Colorado Boys Ranch, College of the Ozarks, Christ for the Nations and American Center for Law and Justice. Mae was preceded in death by her parents, her siblings, and by her beloved husband, Lauren. Survivors include Gene Calhoun of McAllen, Texas; Everett Finney of Sebring, Fla.; Val Finney of Ottawa, Kan.; Kenneth Hiller of Guymon, Okla.; Aaron Hiller of Paris, Texas; and Larry Anderson of Colo. Numerous Calhoun nieces and nephews who are descendants of her four half-brothers also survive her. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Feb. 11, 2010, at the Henson-Novak Funeral Chapel, 501 NW Fifth, Guymon, OK. Rev. Pat Hoban officiating. Interment will follow in Elmhurst Cemetery. Memorials may be given to those charities dear to Mae: Colorado Boys Ranch or College of the Ozarks, c/o Henson-Novak Funeral Directors, P.O. Box 1306, Guymon, OK., 73942

Hilliard, Edward T.
Edward T. Hilliard – Pueblo Chieftain – September 9, 1918 – Edward T. Hilliard, age 47 years, died last night at the residence, 603 E. 11th Street, following a short illness. Deceased came to Pueblo from Titusville, Pa., last June and leaves the following family, the bereaved wife, Mrs. Minta Hilliard, and six children, Mrs. Hazel Platt, Bert, Dewey, William, Nellie, and Maude Hilliard, all residing at the home except Birge and Dewey, who are now en route to Pueblo. The body is at Davis-Vories and the funeral will be announced later. Pueblo Chieftain – September 13, 1918 – The funeral of Edward T. Hilliard will be held from the Davis & Vories Chapel this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Starring will officiate. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain – September 14, 1918 – The funeral of Edward T. Hilliard was held from the Davis-Vories Chapel yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Starring conducted the services. Mrs. Mahlon Saxton sang "Abide with Me," "The City Foursquare," and "Saved by Grace." The pallbearers were John Magnuson, J. S. Irwin, Andre Renker, W. H. Weast, Charles Gift, and Milton Blucher. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery.

Hillman, Larry
Larry Hillman - Pueblo Chieftain - May 10, 2009 - Larry Hillman, 57, passed away May 8, 2009, in Pueblo. Service in Greeley.

Hillson, Charlotte Ann
Charlotte Ann Hillson - Pueblo Chieftain - July 3, 2011 - Charlotte Ann Hillson, 74, was met at heaven's gate by her parents, Earl William and Ruth Avis Palmer Hillson; sister, June; brothers, Jack, Jimmy and Fredrick. She passed away with her family at her side on June 28, 2011. Charlotte was born in Elcho, Wis., on Aug. 27, 1936. She retired from the University of Southern Colorado after 34 years of service. She enjoyed quilting, gardening, crocheting, ceramics, having lunch with friends and spending time with her beloved pug, Lotti. She also loved Sunday dinner and spending special time with her family, especially shopping with her granddaughters and attending her grandsons' sporting events. Charlotte is survived by her daughter, Michelle Marie (Fred) Cortese; granddaughters, Amanda Richardson and Mikala Cortese; son, Mark Edward (Roxana Fernandez-Richardson) Richardson; and grandsons, Christopher, Chad and CJ. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 5, 2011, at the Ecumenical Church of Pueblo West, 434 S. Conquistador Ave, Pueblo West. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Hilmes, Emma Doris
Emma Doris Hilmes - Pueblo Chieftain - December 18, 2012 - Emma Doris Hilmes, 97, passed away Dec. 16, 2012. Survived by her children, Phyllis Edwards and Donald (Karen) Hilmes, both of Pueblo; grandchildren, Cheri (Greg) Chamberlain, Amy (Randall) Schorlemmer, Rick Cannon; special brother-in-law, John Friend; special sister-in-law, Mildred Friend; special niece and nephew, Ken and Lois Snapp; special friend and caregiver, Mary Roldan. Preceded in death by her husband, Howard J. Hilmes; brothers, William Norman, John Oliver, David Burge, George Ellis, Marvin Wilson, Eros Lee Dalton; and sister, Laura Ruth Snapp Rathburn. Doris was born Jan. 18, 1915, on a farm near Sherman, Texas, to Mattie and Onie Dalton. She moved to Pueblo in 1930 and graduated from Central High School in 1933. Doris was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. She belonged to the Order of Eastern Star and was a 50-year plus member. Doris was a longtime member of First United Methodist Church, where she was an active member until her health limited her attendance. A special thank you to the staff at University Park Care Center for all of the patient and loving care provided to Mom during her stay there. Viewing from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, at the funeral home. Service, 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012, Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Interment, Imperial Cemetery.

Hilsinger, Cathy Jo
Cathy Jo Hilsinger - Pueblo Chieftain - May 12, 2012 - Cathy Jo Hilsinger, July 10, 1969, to May 4, 2012. Survived by longtime, loving companion, Buddy Greenfield; mother, Dorothy Sly; siblings, Tena (Russ) Laven, Judy (Ed) Cole, Tom Hilsinger, Cindy (Leroy) Jaquez; numerous nieces and nephews, as well as several good friends. Cathy was preceded in death by her father, Frank Hilsinger; brother, Richard Hilsinger; and grandparents, Willma and Don Carrera. Memorial, 5 p.m. today, May 12, 201 W. B St., Pueblo, CO 81003.

Hilt, Ethel Maxine
Ethel Maxine Hilt - Pueblo Chieftain - January 5, 2013 - Ethel Maxine Hilt, 91, passed away Jan. 1, 2013, in Pueblo, Colo. At her request, cremation has taken place.

Hilton, Donald
Donald Hilton - Pueblo Chieftain - March 2, 2011 - Donald Hilton, 91, passed away Feb. 28, 2011. He is survived by his loving wife of 64 years, Verle Whitcomb Hilton; children, Randall C. (Cindy L.) Hilton and Pam (John) McMullen; grandchildren, Joey Waggoner III, Brian Hilton, Julee Garrison, Jason Hilton, Ashley Hilton; great- grandchildren, Corey Garrison, Breanne Garrison, Collins Hilton, Amber Garrison, Trystan Waggoner, Cooper Hilton and Streeter Hilton. He also is survived by numerous nieces, nephews and other family. Donald was preceded in death by his father, Donald Hilton; and his mother, Maude (Howard) Hilton Binnix; sister, Rita Meyers; twin brother, Doyle Hilton; and his infant son. Donald was a Pueblo native and served in the Army Air Corps. He was a former member of Masons Lodge No. 17 and retired from Bonforte Co. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association or Wesley United Methodist Church. Graveside service, 10 a.m. Friday, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Hilton, W. T. (Mother of)
Mother Hilton – Pueblo Chieftain – January 26, 1919 – Dies, Aged 92 – Rev. W. T. Hilton received a telegraphic message yesterday evening announcing the death of his mother at her home in Louisville, Ky. His mother was 92 years of age, and Mr. Hilton had been expecting a message for some time. The funeral will be held and interment made today in Louisville.

Hilton, Wilbur Samuel
Col. Wilbur Samuel "Sam" Hilton - Pueblo Chieftain - April 4, 2010 - Col. Wilbur Samuel "Sam" Hilton, passed away March 31, 2010 at age 95. He was born Dec. 17, 1914, in Spokane, Mo., and is survived by his daughters, Judy Colcleasure of Modesto, Calif., and Jane Hilton of Fountain, Colo.; son, Paul Hilton of Loveland, Colo.; brother, Col. James Hilton of Raytown, Mo.; nine grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-granddaughter. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 73 years, Eula Grace Hilton; an infant son, Wilbur Neil Hilton; parents, Claude Ellis and Etta Grace (Pryer) Hilton; a brother, Col. Ray Hilton; three sisters, Velma (Harold) Bosworth, Opal Hilton and Freeda (Charles) Miller. Col. Hilton enlisted in the U.S. Army in January 1934, served almost 35 years in the infantry, and rose in rank to the grade of colonel in the Regular Army. He retired from the Army in October 1968, and served 6 years as senior army instructor with the JROTC Unit at Pueblo County High School, Pueblo, Colo. He served with the 75th Infantry Division in the European Theater of Operations during World War II and saw combat in the Ardennes (Battle of the Bulge), Rhineland and Central Europe Campaigns. He served in Vietnam as an advisor to the South Vietnamese Army and served in Korea as an advisor to the Republic of Korea Army. He was a student and an instructor at the Infantry School, Fort Benning, Ga., and was a graduate of the Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kan. During his military career, he served in all leadership and command positions from Squad Leader to Regimental Commander inclusive. His military awards included the Combat Infantryman's Badge, Legion of Merit Medal, Bronze Star Medal with oak leaf cluster, Army Commendation Medal with oak leaf cluster, Purple Heart Medal, and numerous service medals. He was a member and past president of the Pueblo Chapter of The Retired Officers Association and a member of the National Association of Uniformed Services. He attended First Southern Baptist Church where he was an adult Sunday School teacher for many years. Viewing, 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Imperial Funeral Home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 7, 2010, First Southern Baptist Church, with the Revs. George White and Richard Cherry, officiating. Entombment with full military honors in Chapel of the Angels Mausoleum, Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, those who wish may make memorials to their favorite charity through the funeral home office. Arrangements, Imperial Funeral Home.

Hilvitz, Harry
Harry Hilvitz – Pueblo Chieftain – August 29, 1917 – I. N. Barnard and Harry Hilvitz Instantly Killed – In trying to negotiate a treacherous turn on the Rye Road, 21 miles south of Pueblo near Abbey, late yesterday noon, I. Letter in. Barnard, prominent Fowler cattleman miscalculated the distance and drove the car into an arroyo, causing the instant death of himself and companion, Harry Hilvitz of Pueblo. Their bodies were torn in mangled by the wreckage of the car, which is said to be a total loss. The accident occurred near the "21-mile post," where the road takes a turn almost at right angles when it crosses a bridge over a steep arroyo. Coming down the road at a terrific rate of speed, Barnard either did not know of the turn or thought he could make it at high speed, and was caught unawares before he could apply the brakes and bring the car to a slower speed. It left the road and plunged over the side of the arroyo before the men could realize their fate and make an attempt to save themselves. The arroyo is 25 feet deep and the nose of the car was buried several inches into the earth at its bottom where it turned over, completely burying the two men. The crash the car into the arroyo was distinctly heard some distance away by Art C. Patterson and William A. Finley, who upon hearing the crash, rushed to the arroyo where they extricated the two men. Both were dead before they arrived on the scene. Coroner Dr. Ray Taylor was notified and hastened to the scene and after an investigation ordered the body's removed to the Davis & Vories morgue in this city. The two men had been into the Rye district on business and were evidently hurrying back to Pueblo in order to reach their respective homes before nightfall. Barnard was 49 years old and for years has been prominent in the cattle business of southern Colo. For a number of years he resided at Fountain where he conducted a large ranch. He is a brother of the late T. J. Barnard, who died early this year, and for several years has had charge of his brother's ranching properties near Fowler, which are numbered among the largest in the Arkansas Valley. He is survived by a wife, who was notified of the accident last night; 2 sons and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Flora S. Barnard of Pueblo. None of the relatives were aware that he was in Rye yesterday on business. Hilvitz reside several miles North of Pueblo where he is farming a large acreage of ground. Until recently he was employed as a clerk at the M. Oppenheim cigar store on N. Union Ave. he is survived by a wife and family. Pueblo Chieftain – August 30, 1917 – The funeral of Harry Hilwitz was held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Davis – Vories Chapel. Interment was in the north side Jewish Cemetery.

Hilvitz, Harvey M.
Harvey M. Hilvitz - Pueblo Chieftain - March 17, 2012 - Harvey M. Hilvitz, 78, passed away March 14, 2012. Survived by his wife of 26 years, Sandy Hilvitz; children, Stephanie (Greg Rodriguez) Hilvitz, Lisa Robb, Bruce Hilvitz, Tammy (Andy) Brennan and Larry Schrock; brothers, Phil (Joni) Hilvitz and Art (Marge) Hilvitz; grandchildren, Jessica Hilvitz, Jennifer (Rikki) Smith, Ashley Brennan, Kelsey Robb, Max Robb and Tess Rodriguez; great-grandchildren, Lily Smith and Brennan Smith; numerous nieces and nephews; and his beloved cat, Jorja Beth. Harvey was born to Sam and Pauline Hilvitz on Sept. 26, 1933, and was a lifetime Pueblo resident. Along with his family, he owned and operated Boston Food Products Co. and LaTolteca Foods, Inc. Harvey also owned Hilvitz-Hansen Advertising Agency. Harvey loved Pueblo and was active in many organizations which promoted Pueblo. He was a lifetime member of Temple Emanuel, founding member and past president of Crime Stoppers of Pueblo and consequently served on the National Board of Crime Stoppers, president of the Hundred Club, past president and member of the CSU-P Foundation, member of Kiwanis Club of Pueblo, Silver State Lodge No. 95, AF&AM, Southern Colorado Consistory and Al Kaly Shrine. He enjoyed playing tennis and was a member of the Dawn Patrol. At his request, there will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Monday, March 19, 2012, in the Hoag Hall at CSU-Pueblo, 2200 N. Bonforte Blvd., with Rabbi Birdie Becker presiding. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to Crime Stoppers of Pueblo or Wetmore Wildlife Rehab Center, in care of the funeral home.

Himes, Clessia V.
Clessia V. Himes - Tributes.com - May 2011 - Clessia V. Himes, 91, was born on September 10, 1919 and passed away on Monday, May 9, 2011. Clessia was a resident of Walsenburg, Colorado.

Himes, Harry Warren
Harry Warren Himes - Pueblo Chieftain - August 10, 2011 - Harry Warren Himes passed away Aug. 8, 2011 at the age of 87. Warren was born in Pueblo, Colo., Oct. 20, 1923 to Harry and Hetty Himes. He married Vera (La Damus) Himes on Aug. 17, 1946. On Aug. 17, 2011 they would have been married 65 years. Warren was a rancher and owned Himes Excavating in Beulah. He absolutely loved the valley. Preceded in death by his parents; sister, Vivian; brothers, Bob and Dick; son-in-law, Marvin Bloom. Warren is survived by wife, Vera; son, Jay (Charlene); daughter, Cathy Bloom; son, Jack (Terry) Himes; grandchildren, Clyde (Candice) Himes, Elana (Will) Scott, Jaylene (Layne) Ingle, Jana Himes; great-grandchildren, Ryan Scott, Blayz Ingle, Tristan Himes; sister-in-laws, Emmie Meek, Mary Jo Himes. Warren was a World War II Veteran. He served from Normandy to Berlin in the Second Armored Division. Special thanks to Dr. Joseph McGarry and the staff of Florence Medical Center. Cremation has taken place. Service, 10 a.m., Friday Aug. 12, 2011, Beulah United Methodist Church, Beulah, Colo.

Himes, Lester
Lester Himes - The Daily Sentinel - September 1, 2011 - Lester Himes, 92, passed away August 30, 2011. At his request, there will be no service. Arrangements under the direction of Imperial Funeral Home, Pueblo, CO. Memory Book - September 08, 2011 - Lester Alvin Himes resided at the Colorado State Veterans Nursing Home since August 2010. He died of acute renal failure (kidney failure) on August 30, 2011 at the age of 92. He died quietly and peacefully and without pain. He was alert and often joking with nurses right up to the time of his death. Lester Himes was born March 15, 1919 in Faith, South Dakota. He married the former Dundee Rae Hollister on January 1, 1949. He was survived by their four children: Lee A. Himes; Shirley D. Himes; Glenn A. Himes; and David P. Himes. (Lee, Shirley, and Glenn were from a previous marriage but were adopted by Lester.) After the death of Dundee Rae in August 1960, he married the former Clessia Vontella Blakeslee in 1963. Lester Himes was a World War II veteran, where he was assigned to the 1st Army, artillery division. He held the rank of Master Sergeant at the time of his discharge in 1945. After the army, he continued his education and received a Masters Degree in Education. Lester worked for ten years for the Veteran Administration for 10 years in Minneapolis, MN from 1948 to 1958. In 1958 he accepted a position in Huntsville, AL for the US Civil Service in the Human Resources department. He retired in June 1975. Lester was an avid traveler and a member of several camping clubs. He established the first GOOD SAM'S Camping Club in Alabama and was the first president of the club. He held a life time membership to the national GOOD SAM's Club. Lester moved to Hurst TX in 1979. In 1983 he started spending the winter in south Texas in the city of Mission. In 2007 he purchased a home in Mission and began living full time there. Lester survived prostrate cancer in 1987 and a major heart attack in 2008. Clessia developed Alzheimer Disease in 2006. In April 2010 Lester and Clessia moved to Walsenburg CO to live with their niece: Norma Chavez. Later that year, Lester and Clessia moved to the Colorado State Veterans Nursing Home in Walsenburg. Clessia Himes was born September 10, 1919, and died May 9, 2011. Lester was a kind and gentle man who would always help another in time of need. He will be greatly missed. A remembrance of his life was held with family members on September 3, 2011. His body was cremated and his ashes will be dispersed along with his dear wife's at a future date. During his RV camping years and later when he moved to Mission, he had a sign in front of his place that stated: Les and Cless - What a Mess! David Himes, Largo, Florida.

Hinchey, Donald Lloyd
Donald Lloyd Hinchey - Pueblo Chieftain - April 3, 2012 - Donald Lloyd Hinchey, 72, of Pueblo passed away March 27, 2012. Preceded in death by his parents, Archie and Grace Hinchey; twin brother, Ronald Floyd; and brother, Ardeth; sisters, Hazel and Mallady. Survived by his best friend, Rose Sorensen; and her grandson, Isaiah; brother, James (Jeri); sister, Janice La Pierre, and Joyce (Bob) Radach, all of Zillah, Wash. A private service will take place at a later date.

Hinderliter, Allen E.
Allen E. Hinderliter - Pueblo Chieftain - May 17, 2014 - Allen E. Hinderliter, 77. Arrangements pending by Imperial Funeral Home.

Hindle, Harold
Harold Hindle – Pueblo Chieftain – October 21, 1918 – Harold Hindle, age 30 years, died at a local hospital in this city early yesterday morning, following a few days illness of influenza. He came to Pueblo from Taunton, Mass., just a short time ago and had intended locating in Pueblo. Survived by a brother, John Hindle, residing in Taunton, Mass., and sister, Mrs. A. A. Burnell of Mystic, Conn. The body is at McMinn's parlors and will be forwarded to Taunton, Mass. for burial. Pueblo Chieftain – October 22, 1918 – The body of Harold Hindle will be shipped to Taunton, Mass., this afternoon by the McMinn Undertaking Company.

Hinds, Michael G.
Michael G. Hinds - Pueblo Chieftain - February 15, 2009 - Michael G. Hinds passed away on Feb. 9, 2009, in Pueblo. Michael was born March 10, 1938, in Pueblo, to Gregory and Lola Hinds. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He was preceded in death by his parents; and brother, Gary Hinds. His survivors include his daughters, Melisa Mark Brumley and Kristina Hinds; son, Brandon Alicia Hinds; grandchildren, James, Matthew and Jessica Brumley; and his great-granddaughter, Sophia Brumley. Cremation has taken place. Private family services were held.

Hindsley, Georganne
Georganne Hindsley - Pueblo Chieftain - March 4, 2010 - Georganne Hindsley passed away March 2, 2010. She was preceded in death by her parents, John and Georgeann Hindsley; sister, Jone Harris. Georganne is survived by her son, Matthew Leroy; and sister, Cheryl Hindsley. She was a Polish linguist in the Army and worked as a CNA for many years at Life Care Center. Under the direction of Adrian Comer Garden Chapel.

Hine, Eva E.
Eva Mary Hine – Pueblo Chieftain – April 3, 1918 – Mrs. Eva Mary Hine, age 38 years, beloved wife of J. F. Hine of Sugar City, Colo., died at a local hospital at an early hour this morning. The remains were removed to the chapel of the McCarthy Undertaking Company from which place they will be forwarded Thursday to the old home of the deceased at Springfield, Mo., accompanied by the sorrowing husband and other relatives. Pueblo Chieftain – April 4, 1918 – The body of Mrs. Eva Mary Hine will be forwarded this afternoon by the McCarthy Undertaking Company to Springfield, Mo., accompanied by relatives. Pueblo Chieftain – April 5, 1918 – The body of Mrs. Eva May Hine was forwarded yesterday by the McCarthy Undertaking Company to Springfield, Mo., accompanied by relatives.

Hines, Veral L.
Veral L. Hines - Pueblo Chieftain - April 20, 2012 - Veral L. Hines, 76, of Benton, Ark., formerly of Pueblo, passed away April 16, 2012, after a lengthy illness. He was employed by Santa Fe Railroad as a clerk for 40 1/2 years. He is survived by wife, Ruth of Benton; three sons, Wade (Kendra) Hines, Tracy Hines and Rueben Dilks; four daughters, Diane (Greg) Liptak, Debroh (Jay) Gelnett, Sharon (Randy) Pearcy, Brenda (James) Stone; three brothers, one sister, 11 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren. Memorial service will be held in Benton. Memorials may be made to Saline Memorial Hospice House Fund, 23157 Highway I-30, Bryant, AR 72022.

Hinkle, Andree
Andree de Courtney Rogers Hinkle - Davis Mortuary - June 10, 2013 - Andree de Courtney Rogers Hinkle passed away June 8, 2013 in Walsenburg, Colorado. She was born December 25, 1924 in Paris France. Andree spent her childhood and early adult years in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was a longtime resident of both Castle Rock and Aurora, Colorado before moving to Reno and Carson City Nevada and then returning to Colorado and spending her last few years at the Colorado State Veterans Home in Walsenburg. Andree was preceded in death by her parents Thomas B. Rogers III and Ann Martingdale Rogers Palmer; her stepfather, Russell Palmer; 2 brothers, Bo and Jack Rogers; her grandson, Johnnie Williams and her husband Walter Hinkle. Her survivors include her daughters; Christine Williams and June "Annie" Rees; her son Walter Scott Hinkle as well as 8 grandchildren. Cremation has taken place. No public services will be held. The family suggests that memorial contributions in memory of Andree be made to the Colorado State Veterans Home, 23500 US Highway, Walsenburg, CO 81089 or to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 711 Walsen Avenue, Walsenburg, CO 81089. The family express their sincere gratitude to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice for their excellent care and compassion of Andree. Arrangements are entrusted to the Davis Mortuary, Pueblo, Colorado.

Hinkle, Dorothy A.
Dorothy A. Hinkle - Pueblo Chieftain - June 25, 2014 - Dorothy A. Hinkle, 86, born April 13, 1928, in Salida, Colo., to William E. and Mary Hinkle. She went to be with the Lord on June 18, 2014. Survived by sister, Marilyn (Tony) Spinuzzi of Pueblo; and brother, William E. (Maureen) Hinkle of Twin Falls, Idaho. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews, great-nieces and nephews, and great-great-nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her parents; and her sister, Margaret Finneran, formerly of Las Vegas. Dorothy was employed by Mountain Bell (AT&T) for 45 years and retired in 1992. Graveside services were held at Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Hinkle, Harriette
Harriette Hinkle - Pueblo Chieftain - October 26, 2013 - Harriette Hinkle decided to enter unto the Kingdom of Heaven on Oct. 23, 2013. Born in Pueblo, Colo., to Foster Costin and Martha Moore on Feb. 19, 1929. Harriette lived a full life, filled with family, dancing and always music. On March 28, 1947, Harriette was wed to Leon Samuel Hinkle in Las Vegas, N.M. As Harriette stated “for fifty years we had done everything together that time would allow. As well as lovers, we were the best of friends, real buddies.” Together, they brought into the world five children. Harriette was preceded in death by her parents; son, Thomas Leon; grandson, Paul Leon; first husband, Leon Samuel; and second husband, Samuel Green. She is survived by her sister, Roxanne (David Reinke) Bradshaw; brothers-in-law, Herschel Hinkle and M.D. Hinkle; children, Rebecca (David) De Wall, Bradley (Caroline) Hinkle, Elizabeth Youngblood, Robert (Judy) Hinkle; 11 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Her celebration of life will be held at 2 p.m. today, Oct. 26, 2013, at the Odd Fellows Chapel, 1020 N. 15th St., Canon City, CO 81212. Harriette would prefer any remembrances be made to the NAMI organization through www.nami.org.

Hinkle, Lucille Marie
Lucille Marie Hinkle - Pueblo Chieftain - December 12, 2008 - Lucille Marie Hinkle passed away peacefully on Dec. 9, 2008, with her husband, Gene, and son, Clint, by her bedside. She was born May 12, 1945, in Chama, Colo., and is one of six children born to her parents, Maggie and Rosenda Sanchez. Being born into a big family, she learned at an early age caring and compassion for others. Throughout her life she had been known as the woman always giving and doing for others while asking for nothing in return. Lucille was a loving, compassionate woman who enjoyed her church, prayer, friends, ceramics, crocheting and especially the closeness of her extensive family. She married her devoted husband of 33 years, Leslie (Gene), and raised a truly close and affectionate family of her own. Traveling the world with her husband while he served in the Marines, she never had a problem creating fond friendships that lasted a lifetime. Anyone that was around her loved her. Lucille is survived by her loving husband, Gene; her son, Clint; daughter-in-law, Renee; grandchildren, Kori and Sydney; and further survived by her sisters, Rebecca and Marie; and her brothers, Anthony and Clarence; as well as her aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews whom she thought of and prayed for on a daily basis. Now, Lucille, our prayers are with you as you are finally free of any pain or afflictions and are smiling down on us with your family in heaven. We will love you and miss you. Memorial service, 1 p.m. today, Dec. 12, 2008, Faith Baptist Church, 314 S. Circle Dr., Colorado Springs. Arrangements by The Springs Funeral Services, 3115 E. Platte Ave., Colorado Springs, CO.

Hinman, Cornelia
Cornelia Hinman – Pueblo Chieftain – May 26, 1918 – Cornelia Hinman, age 67 years, died at her home in this city yesterday afternoon after a long illness. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. M. M. Whitehead, residing in Denver. The body will be sent to Denver today by the McMinn Undertaking Company, accompanied by the sister. Pueblo Chieftain - May 27, 1918 - The body of Cornelia Hinman was sent to Denver yesterday afternoon by the McMinn Undertaking Company accompanied by the relatives.

Hinshaw, Jesse J.
Jesse J. Hinshaw - Pueblo Indicator - December 9, 1933 - Jesse J. Hinshaw, 52, of 111 Topaz avenue, died December 7 from a paralytic stroke. He had been ill many years.

Hinton, Alvin Ivan
Alvin Ivan Hinton - Trinidad Times Independent - September 18, 2008 - Alvin Ivan Hinton passed away peacefully after a lengthy illness on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2008 at the age of 91. He was born August 6, 1917, at Stockville, Neb., son of Avery and Oma Hinton. Alvin married Anne Marcon on Oct. 8, 1938. They had three children, Donald, Judith and John. He served in the Army Medical Corps during World War II. Alvin taught school and was a coach for several years and then moved to Trinidad where he worked for Social Services as a case manager, helping many children and families in need. He retired from the Department of Social Services in January 1978. Alvin married Hannah A. Johnson on June 1, 1978. Hannah had three sons by previous marriage, Francis, Randy and Robert. Together they had 17 grandchildren and twenty-one great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Alvin and Hannah operated the Royal Motel in Trinidad until they retired from the motel business in 1997. Alvin enjoyed fishing, mushroom hunting and woodwork. Alvin is preceded in death by his parents, Avery and Oma, his son, John and his first wife, Anne and brothers and sister, Elmer, Carl, Dan, Roy Delbert, Edith Ione. He is survived by his children Don and Julie Hinton of Leadville; Judy and Jim Sargent of Penrose; Anna Troutt (Hinton) of Olathe, Kansas; Francis and Shirley Johnson of Cairo, Neb.; Randy and Gail Johnson of Madison, Ind.; Robert Johnson and Chet Mast of Loveland. He is also survived by his brothers and sisters: Ethel Sinclair of Vancouver, Wash., Hazel Rucker of Holbrook Neb.; Ezra Hinton of Lancaster, Calif.; Leona Mann of Greeley; Leora Frasher of Canon City; Archie and Grace Hinton of Burlington; Louise Cordova of Pueblo; Francis and Muriella Hinton of Holyrood, Kansas; Dorothy and Marvin Taylor of Cheyenne, Wyo.; Frank and Betty Hinton of Holyrood, Kan. and Marvin and Jean Hinton of Florence. He is also survived by his good friends and caregivers, Velma Greenburg and Brenda Gerardo both of Trinidad. Visitation will be held Sunday, Sept. 21st, 2-6 p.m. at the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held Monday at 10 a.m. at the Zion's Lutheran Church, 613 Prospect St., followed by the burial in the Masonic Cemetery. The family has entrusted Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home with the arrangements.

Hiranye, Bunsakie
Bunsakie Hiranye - Pueblo Chieftain - May 30, 1917 - Bunsakie Hiranye, age 42 years, prominent Japanese gardener, passed away at a local hospital yesterday. The deceased has been a resident of Pueblo for the past thirteen years. The body was removed to the McCarthy Undertaking Company and the funeral will take place Thursday afternoon at 3:30 in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. The Japanese minister of Denver will conduct the services. Pueblo Chieftain - May 31, 1917 - The funeral of Bunsakie Hiranye will take place this afternoon at 2:30 in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Interment will be in Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain - June 2, 1917 - The funeral of Bunsakie Hirauye was held Thursday afternoon at 3:30 from the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Interment was in Roselawn.

Hirbernik, Robert J.
Robert J. “Bob” Hirbernik - Pueblo Chieftain - November 4, 2012 - Robert J. “Bob” Hirbernik, 87, passed away Oct. 30, 2012. Survived by his children, Lori (Steve) O'Flaherty of Denver and Rob Hirbernik of Pueblo West; grandchildren, Julia and Darrah O'Flaherty and Brendon J. Hirbernik; numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his wife, Eleanor. Robert was born in Scofield, Utah, on Aug. 1, 1925, to John and Marie Hirbernik, and was one of 10 children. He was a lifetime member of BPO Elks #90, and worked at CF&I. There will be no viewing or services. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorials may be made to American Lung Association of Colorado, Attn: Laura Hoover, 5600 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., #100, Greenwood Village, Colo., 80111.

Hirsh, Esther
Esther Hirsh – Pueblo Indicator – October 4, 1913 – Mrs. Hirsh Passed Away – Mrs. Esther Hirsh passed away at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bergerman, 702 West 10th street, October 1st, following a long illness. She was the mother of Mrs. Bergerman and grandmother of Melbourne Bergerman of New York. The remains were sent to Denver for cremation Friday.

Hirst, Anna
Anna Hirst – Pueblo Chieftain – May 4, 1918 – Mrs. Anna Hirst, age 31 years, wife of Jed Hirst of Junction City, Kan., who formerly lived in Pueblo, died in that city after a brief illness. She was born in Beulah, Colo. Several months ago she left Pueblo with her husband going to Junction City where they engaged in the jewelry business. She leaves her husband and a daughter, Esther, of Junction City, Kan., a father and the mother, Mr. Mrs. Frank Clark of Kelly, N. M.; two brothers Henry Boggs of Central America, and Fred Boggs of 713 Beulah Ave. of this city. The body arrived in the city last evening and the funeral will be held at 2:30 at Beulah. Service at the grave. Interment will be in the Beulah Cemetery in charge of the United Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain – May 5, 1918 – The funeral of Anna Hirsch was held yesterday afternoon at 12:15 from United Funeral Home. Rev. W. B. Gillis conducted the services. Interment was in the Beulah Cemetery.

Hirst, Constance
Constance Hirst – Pueblo Chieftain – October 9, 1918 – Seriously Ill – Mrs. Ned Hirst, formerly Miss Constance Tanquary, of this city, is critically ill at her home at Army City, near Camp Funston. This information came to L. A. Tanquary, the young woman's father, yesterday by telegram. Mrs. Tanquary left for her daughter's bedside yesterday afternoon and is to arrive at noon today. No particulars have been received. Pueblo Chieftain – October 11, 1918 – Mrs. Connie Hirst Has Passed Away – The host of friends of Mrs. Ned Hirst, daughter of Sen. and Mrs. L. A. Tanquary, will be shocked to learn that she has passed away at Army city near Camp Funston, where she and her husband resided. The young woman's father arrived too late to see his daughter alive, though the mother arrived before the end. Mr. Hirst is also well known in this city, he having been for some time engaged in the jewelry business here. Mrs. Hirst was married last August. She leaves a five-year-old son by a former marriage. She was educated in the public schools of this city, and was very popular with a large circle of acquaintances. The body, accompanied by the husband, son, and parents will reach the city this evening. She was 25 years old. Pueblo Chieftain – October 11, 1918 – The body of Mrs. Ned Hurst, who died in Manhattan, Kan., following an attack of influenza will arrive in this city today accompanied by her father, Sen. L. A. Tanquary. The funeral will take place Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Interment will be made in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Services private. Pueblo Chieftain – October 12, 1918 – The body of Mrs. Ned Hirst arrived in the city last evening accompanied by her father, L. A. Tanquary. Private services will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Interment will be made in the family plot in Mountain View Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain – October 13, 1918 – The body of Mrs. Ned Hirst arrived in the city Friday evening accompanied by the husband and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tanquary, mother and father. Private services were held yesterday afternoon at the grave at Mountain View Cemetery. Rev. G. H. Bassett conducted the services. Mrs. Killen-Keough sang "Throw Out the Lifeline," and "Lead, Kindly Light." The pallbearers were members of the B. P. O. E., No. 90: A. L. Allen, J. Hornberger, Thomas Andrews, T. Behm, Dave Altman, and H. Altman. Interment was made in the family plot under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company.

Hirst, Samuel Edward
Samuel Edward Hirst – Pueblo Chieftain – September 2, 1919 – Prominent Jeweler Dead – Samuel Edward Hirst, age 59, prominent jeweler of this city, died at the family residence, 2025 Greenwood yesterday morning. Mr. Hirst was in business in the city for more than 20 years most of the time at 203 North Main St., occupying the store with the Baldwin Drug Co. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias No. 52, the W. O. W. Camp No. 2, and a devout and faithful member of the St. Paul M. E. Church of the city. He is survived by his wife, at the family residence and 3 children, Ned of Pocatello, Idaho; Mrs. W. W. Black of Longmont, Colo.; and Charles M. of Loveland, Colo. The body is at the United Funeral Home and the announcement of the funeral will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain – September 3, 1919 – The funeral of Samuel Edward Hirst will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the United Funeral Home. Rev. Hugh T. Gary will officiate. Members of the Knights of Pythias Lodge No. 52 will attend in a body and will exemplify their ritualistic services at the grave. Burial at Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain – September 4, 1919 – The funeral of Samuel Edward Hirst will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the United Funeral Home. Rev. Hugh T. Gary will officiate. Members of the Knights of Pythias Lodge No. 52 will attend in a body and will exemplify their ritualistic services at the grave. Burial at Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain – September 5, 1919 – The funeral of Samuel Edward Hirst was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the United Funeral Home. Rev. Hugh T. Gary officiated. Mrs. W. V. Codding accompanied by Mrs. S. A. Dent sang "Saved by Grace," and "Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me." The flower bearers were W. F. Baldwin and Ira D. Rambo. The pallbearers were: F. E. Olin, John T. Glover, C. K. Fletcher, H. Cheligord, F. E. Sisson, and L. Dellman. Members of Knights of Pythias, No. 52 attended in a body and exemplified their ritualistic services at the grave. Burial in Roselawn.

Hirtzur, Peter
Peter Hirtzur - Pueblo Chieftain – October 23, 1918 – Peter Hirtzur, age 44 years, died last night at a local hospital. The body is in care of the United Undertaking Company and funeral announcements will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain – October 25, 1918 – The body of Peter Hirtzur was forwarded yesterday afternoon by the United Undertaking Co. to Walsenburg.

Hiscock, Belve Lockwood
Belve Lockwood Hiscock – Pueblo Chieftain – August 14, 1917 – Belve Lockwood Hiscock, age 19 years, died at a local hospital early yesterday morning. The body was shipped by the Whiton Mortuary to Trinidad, Colorado, last evening accompanied by the father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. William Hiscock. Her home was formerly in that city.

Hitch, Ursula Ann
Ursula Ann Hitch - The Chronicle-News - September 25, 2009 - Ursula Ann (Apple) Hitch of Onaway, Idaho, passed away unexpectedly Saturday, Sept. 12, 2009, from injuries sustained in an ATV accident. Ursula was born April 15, 1962, to Melvin A. "Hap" Apple and Mary Ennis Cosgrove Apple. She graduated from Raton High School in 1980 and attended TVI in Albuquerque. She married James H. Hitch in Parma, Idaho and later moved to Moscow, Idaho. Ursula worked at Gritman Medical Center for 15 years, where she started as a volunteer for the birthing center and later became a child birth educator. She moved on to become a certified nurse's aide with Home Health and Hospice. She also worked at Palouse Empire Gymnastics for eight years. Ursula found joy in quilting and her family and friends were often the recipients of her gorgeous creations. She belonged to several quilting groups, including Palouse Patchers and Sanity Seekers. Her family was always her first priority and she devoted her life to making sure her kids grew up to be loving, caring and generous individuals, just like she was every single day. She was a mother to everyone and anyone who needed one. She touched so many people's lives through her work and involvement in the community and made the world more special just by being in it. Ursula was able to look at life's obstacles and knew that they were temporary, never letting them hold her back from life. She saw each day as a new opportunity for an adventure and lived everyday to its fullest. We can only imagine the size of the party she is having up in heaven. Ursula is survived by her husband, James of the family home; son Jimmie Hitch, Dawson, Minn.; daughters Heather Hitch, Boise, Idaho, and Heidy Hitch of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; her sisters Martha Gonzales, Raton, Ginger Ginn and husband Bill, Tucson, Ariz., and Rachel Apple, Trinidad; nieces and nephews Marc, Justin, Andrea and Tera Gonzales and Christopher, Kevin and Raeanne Fissel. She is also survived by many other relatives. Graveside services were held Sept. 19 at Viola Cemetery. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Short's Funeral Chapel of Moscow, Idaho.

Hively, Arthur
Arthur Hively – Pueblo Chieftain – July 6, 1919 – Arthur Hively, age 48 years, died July 5. Body at McMinn's. Pueblo Chieftain – July 7, 1919 – The body of Arthur Hively will be sent to Greeley, Colo., Tuesday by the McMinn Undertaking Co. Pueblo Chieftain – July 9, 1919 – The funeral of Arthur Hivey will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the McMinn Chapel. Interment Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain – July 15, 1919 – The funeral of Arthur Hivey was held yesterday morning at 9 o'clock from the McMinn Chapel. Burial in Roselawn.

Hively, Martha
Martha Hively - Pueblo Chieftain - November 22, 1917 - Martha Hively, age 77 years, died at the family residence, 2211 Routt Ave., early yesterday morning. She had resided at the place where she died for the past six years and is survived by her husband, M. M. Hively, who is an employee of the Minnequa steel plant. The funeral will be held from the family home this afternoon at 2 o'clock and at the Northern Ave. Methodist Church at 2:30. The pastor of the church will conduct services and the burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery in charge of the Whiton Mortuary. Pueblo Chieftain – November 23, 1917 – The funeral of Mrs. M. M. Hively was held at the Northern Ave. Methodist Church yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev. John H. Ketchum, pastor of the church, conducted the services and Mrs. L. M. Johnson and Mrs. G. C. Litz, accompanied by Mrs. Lulu Reitchler Jones, sang "How Wonderful is Jesus My Lord," "He's the Only One" and "The Shepherd's Call." Pall bearers were: W. D. Kohler, W. L. Sibley, R. R. Powell, M. M. Martin, Walter Carlson, and C. H. Dean. The interment was in the family lot in Mountain View Cemetery in charge of the Whiton Mortuary.

Hiza, Cipron
Cipron Hiza – Pueblo Chieftain – September 23, 1918 – Cipron Hiza, age 6 days, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hiza, died at the ranch home north of Fowler, yesterday. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon at 1:30 from 719 East Mesa Ave. and at 2 o'clock from St. Anthony's Church. Rev. Father Joseph conducted the services. The burial was at Roselawn Cemetery in charge the McCarthy Undertaking Company.

Hiza, Jeanette Cortese
Jeanette, “Jean” Cortese Hiza - Pueblo Chieftain - January 27, 2014 - Jeanette “Jean” Cortese Hiza, 81, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on January 23, 2014. She is survived by her husband, Stephen K. Hiza, daughters and sons-in-law, Frances and David Gallaher, Mary Lee and David Lobato, Jeanne and David Feamster; grandchildren, David Stephen (Courtney Ferry), Michael and Katherine Gallaher, Grace Marie and Mary Theresa Lobato, and Samuel and Joseph Feamster; sisters-in-law Mary Jane Cortese and Kathleen (John) Starcevich, Aunt Regina Falletta, very special cousins Vera and Donald Brooks, many nieces, nephews and Cortese and Falletta cousins. She made special friends through the TOPS Club. Jean was preceded in death by her parents, Anthony and Lena Cortese, in-laws Stephen M. and Frances Hiza and brother Charles A. Cortese Jean was the center of her family, and they were the center of her life. She chose to do simple things in a graceful and dignified manner. A funeral Mass will be held at Holy Family Parish on Monday, January 27, 2014, at 11:00 a.m. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery Please omit food and flowers Please make donations to the charity of your choice or Holy Family Parish.

Hladek, Shelby Jeanette
Shelby Jeanette Petrosino Hladek - Pueblo Chieftain - February 11, 2011 - Shelby Jeanette Petrosino Hladek, 20 years old, born Oct. 24, 1990, in Pueblo, Colo., taken from us and received in the arms of Jesus on Feb. 8, 2011. The service to celebrate Shelby's life, impact and faith will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 12, at the Pikes Peak Christian Church at 4955 Bradley Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80911. It would be Shelby's desire that it will be blue jean casual. Shelby is survived by her parents, Stacy and James Hladek; brother and best friend, Jeffrey Hladek; father, Jimmy Hunsucker; and brother, Jacob Hunsucker; as well as great-grandma, Norene Gardner; grandparents, Tony (Papa) and Ronna (Nana) Hladek; grandparents, Jackson and Sandy Hunsucker; great-uncles and aunts, Tony (Tosha) Petrosino, Korky (Max) Rose and Carol (Glenn) Gantenbein; and aunts and uncles, Vicki (Paul) Phillips, Jeff (Candi) Hladek, Will (Shannon) Gray, Michael (Nancy) Gray, Terry (Richard) Petrosino and Richard (Trish) Petrosino; and many cousins, family members and friends; including her bestie, James Miller. Preceded in death by grandparents, Richard and Billie Petrosino; grandfather, Lewis Gray; and sister, Kira Hunsucker. Shelby was a passionate follower of Christ who worked hard to conform her life to the leading of Christ and not the current of society. She was a 2009 graduate of Fountain-Fort Carson High School, where she was active as a wrestling manager and student to her mentor, Coach Chris James. She loved her family deeply. She was pursuing a degree in sports physiology and hoped to become a physical therapist for a professional sports team. She was known as a beautiful daughter, a great sister and wonderful friend. Shelby had a wonderful passion for kids, including her work with Colorado Military Survivors. In lieu of flowers or gifts, please send donations to Colorado Military Survivors at 4130 Tejon St., Suite A, Denver, CO 80211.

Hobbs, Alice Mae
Alice Mae Hobbs - Pueblo Chieftain - September 29, 2009 - Alice Mae Hobbs passed away Sept. 24, 2009. Preceded by her husband, Jack Hobbs; son, Gary Graham; and parents. Survived by children, Donna (Theodore) Quintana, Sheri Lynn Hobbs, Darrell Graham; grandchildren, Kristie (Tom) Lopez, Tim Quintana; great-grandchildren, Gabrielle Lopez and Timmy Quintana. Alice loved everyone and was loved by everyone. Those who attend her service are asked to wear bright colors in honor of her sweet and caring spirit. Viewing, 2 to 4 p.m. today, Sept. 29, 2009, and funeral service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, both at Imperial Funeral Home. Please not change in place of service. Arrangements by Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Hobbs, Earl R.
Coach Earl R. Hobbs - Pueblo Chieftain - January 24, 2013 - Coach Earl R. Hobbs, 83, of Kansas, July 10, 1929-Jan. 21, 2013. He married Shirley McGee in Colorado Springs. Survivors include daughter, Sherri (Buck) Arnhold, Olathe, Kan.; son, Greg (Christine) Hobbs, Hays, Kan.; sister, Marion Doty of Pueblo, Colo.; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Preceded in death by two sons, Steve and Jeff. Memorials are requested to: Fort Hays State University, Earl Hobbs Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 1060, Hays, KS 67601. www.McGilley-Frye.com

Hobbs, Ernest
Ernest Hobbs - Walsenburg World - December 5, 1922 - Miner Dies of Injuries - Ernest Hobbs, a coal miner employed at the Morning Glory mine near this city, one of four persons seriously injured last Thursday night when two automobiles crashed on the North South highway near Trinidad, died Saturday morning at San Rafael hospital. Hobbs sustained a fracture of the skull and other injuries which caused his death. John Gonzales, also of the Morning Glory mine, another of the injured, is in critical condition with a fractured skull, also Ernest Hill and Miss Iva Semlar, of Trinidad, the latter less seriously. It is said that both cars were traveling without lights, and this fact is thought to have been the cause of the accident. The deceased was 29 years old and leaves a wife and four children, the youngest 6 months old and the oldest 9 years old. He had been a resident of this vicinity for about three years. (Later) John Gonzales, who was reported in a serious condition, died at the hospital Monday morning and the body will be shipped to Walsenburg.

Hobbs, Helen
Helen Bowser Hobbs - Trinidad Times Independent - September 24, 2007 - Helen Bowser Hobbs passed away in Trinidad, Colo. on Sept.22, 2007. Born to Sarah and Lane C. ( Budge) Bowser on March 28, 1925 in Swink, Colo. She was preceded in death by mother Sarah and father Budge, sister Clara Bell, sister Frankey Schneider and brother James Bowser. Surviving relatives are sons Thomas Julius (Sandy) of Wiley, Colo., William John McDonald ( Cindy) of Hoehne, Colo. and daughters Sandra Stanley (Larry) of Calhoun, Georgia, Peggy McDonald Sanchez ( Al) of Amarillo, Tx. Sisters Loretta Bloxham (Bob) Red Bluff, Calif., Irene Barns (Jim) of Delo, Miss., Patricia Barber ( Dwain) of LaJunta, Colo., Marjorie Britten ( Stan) of Colo. Springs, Colo., Nancy Hancock (Bob) of Rio Rancho, N.M., and brother Richard (Mickey) Bowser (Corine) Raton, N.M. Numerous grandchildren great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Visitation will be Tuesday September 25, 2007 from 2 PM to 6 PM at the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. Funeral service is scheduled for Wednesday Sept.26, at 10:00 am. at Fishers peak Community Church. Burial to follow at the Masonic Cemetery. The family has entrusted Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home with the arrangements.

Hobbs, Judith Ann
Judith Ann Hobbs - Pueblo Chieftain - October 15, 2009 - Judith Ann Hobbs, age 69, went home to be with her Lord on Oct. 9, 2009, at 10:58 a.m. with her sister at her side. Judy was born Oct. 2, 1940, in La Crosse, Wis. She was a resident of Pueblo since 1955, graduated from Central in 1959 and attended Trinity Lutheran Church. She was very active in volunteering around the community. She is survived by two sons, Jeff Hobbs of Colorado and Greg Hobbs (Nody) and grandson, Zachary, all of Alabama; sisters, Janet (Butch) Campbell and Bev (Larry) Dwyer, both of Colorado. She will be missed greatly by several nieces, nephews, along with many caring and loving friends. Preceded in death by her mother, Beverly; sisters, Joan, Jean, Joyce; grandparents; and Calvin Hobbs. Funeral service, 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 16, 2009, Imperial Gardens. Burial service to follow, 2 p.m., Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to: HDSA Rocky Mountain Chapter, 6545 W. 44th Ave., Unit 1, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 or http://www.hdsa.org/

Hobbs, Kathryn
Kathryn "Marie" Hobbs - Pueblo Chieftain - February 12, 2012 - Kathryn "Marie" Hobbs, 107, of Pueblo, passed away Friday, Feb. 10, 2012. Marie moved to Colorado alongside her husband, William Lester Hobbes, in the 1950s. He started a printing shop. In search of a job to fill her time, Marie accepted a position at the Pueblo Greyhound Park, where she remained employed for 45 years. Marie continued to work and volunteer at Parkview Medical Center well into her 90s, and has since touched the lives of both staff and residents at the Villa Pueblo Pavilion. Garnering the nickname "Speedy" for her agility and quickness maneuvering her walker — the friends she made fittingly described her as 'spirited.' Marie was wonderfully cared for by the staff of Villa Pueblo as well as the staff of the Sangre de Cristo Hospice. Marie was a member of First United Methodist Church of Pueblo. She is survived by a niece, Carolyn Leigh Lowry of Covington, Va.; a nephew, Thomas Carlton Lowry Jr. of Manassas, Va.; a great-niece, Cathy Daugherty of Chester, Va.; and her dear best friend, Faye Mayes. With her passing, Marie surrenders the title of "oldest living Coloradoan" to her Jenga rival and hall-mate, Arta Booth. Memorial service was held at the Villa Pueblo Pavilion on Friday, Feb. 10. The internment will be alongside her husband, Les, in Cape Girardeau, Mo. Arrangements under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hobbs, Richard T.
Richard T. “Dick” Hobbs - Pueblo Chieftain - April 8, 2012 - Richard T. “Dick” Hobbs, 82, passed away peacefully in his sleep, with family at his side, on April 5, 2012, in Pueblo. Dick was born in Pueblo on Sept. 10, 1929, to Wilbur and Eleanor Hobbs. He grew up in Pueblo and was a 1947 graduate of Central High School. At an early age, he went to work for his father at Hobbs Linoleum, Tile and Carpet, as an installer. After his father's death in 1959, Dick became the manager of Hobbs Linoleum, Tile and Carpet, alongside his three younger brothers. He had a host of good friends in the floor covering industry, as well as the construction field. He always put “customer satisfaction” as his top priority in the business. He received numerous awards for his many achievements in the flooring industry, including one of three prizes with Congoleum for cutting a map of the USA using different colors of Congoleum vinyl in 1957. In 1991, he was voted businessman of the year in the flooring industry by manufacturers, reps and retailers in Colorado. He was in the publication, Who's Who, in 1994-95. Dick was a loving husband, father, brother and friend. He always had a big smile and kind word for everyone he met along the way. He always will be remembered with a smile for his practical jokes and fun-loving sense of humor. Dick enjoyed the great outdoors, hunting, fishing and camping in the Colorado mountains and as far away as Alaska. He and Ruth were blessed to have been on many wonderful trips together as far away as Italy, Ireland and Paris, to name a few. He was an animal lover of all shapes and sizes, especially his German short-hair pointer dog, “Duchess.” He loved horses and often fondly remembered his own horse, “Gypsy.” Dick was a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church of Pueblo and a past member of Pueblo Rotary 43, Elks Club, and he was a PEDCo. supporter for many years. Dick retired in 2005. Preceded in death by his parents, Wilbur and Eleanor; a brother, William Ray Hobbs; twin brothers, Calvin H. (Judy) Hobbs and Charles D. Hobbs; father-in-law, Henry Humphrey; brothers and sisters-in-law, Owen (Leon) Humphrey and Jack (Margaret) Humphrey of Pueblo; nephew, Donald A. Hobbs of Pueblo; aunt and uncle, Patsy and Charles Johnson of Pueblo; special cousin, Barbara Kaapke of Arizona and her daughter, Carole. Survived by his best friend and loving wife of 61 years, Ruth A. Hobbs of Pueblo; sons, Richard R. “Rick” Hobbs and David “Dave” (Kathy) Hobbs; and daughter, Sherri (Doug Hunter) Easton, all of Pueblo; and sister-in-law, Carol Hobbs. He was the proud grandfather to Melissa (Jeremy) Hobbs, Shannon (Tony) Waskosky, Michael “Mike” (Aja) Easton and Travis Hobbs; and great-grandfather to Ryan, Tristan and Jeremy, all of Pueblo. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. We will miss his presence greatly, but will cherish the fond memories we have of him forever in our hearts. Special thanks to the caring administration and staff of Lifecare Center of Pueblo and the Sangre de Cristo Hospice. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 10, 2012, Praise Assembly, 2000 Troy Ave., with Pastor Bobby J. Wilson officiating. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to PAWS or DreamCatchers Equine Rescue through the funeral home.

Hobby, Marie
Marie Hobby - Pueblo Chieftain - January 23, 2009 - Marie Hobby, 74, passed away Jan. 21, 2009. She was born Nov. 24, 1934, in Lafayette, La. She was preceded in death by her husband, G. David Hobby; and her daughter, Anna Moore. She is survived by her children, David (Candi) Hobby Jr. and John (Jenette) Hobby; five grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; sister, Anna Mae Whittington. Viewing, 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. Funeral service, 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 24, 2009, First Southern Baptist Church in Westcliffe, Colo. Interment will follow at Rosita Cemetery in Westcliffe. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hobeika, Marguerite J.
Marguerite J. Hobeika - Denver Post - October 1, 2009 - Marguerite Hobeika, 82, of Denver, formerly of Walsenburg, Colorado. Sister of Alice Sprouse of Denver. Aunt of Beverly Mildenberger, Judy, Mark and Julie Mildenberger. Recitation of the Rosary followed by Mass of Christian Burial Friday, 2:00 PM., at the Archdiocese of Denver Mortuary. Interment, Mount Olivet Cemetery.

Hobeika, Robert Wayne
Robert Wayne Hobeika - Pueblo Chieftain - April 1, 2009 - Robert Wayne Hobeika, 62, of Pueblo, passed away Sunday, March 28, 2009, at the Veterans Administration Nursing Home in Pueblo, Colo. Graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 8, 2009, at Fort Logan National Cemetery. He was born on May 21, 1946, in Denver, Colo., to Eli and Nora Hobeika. Robert is survived by his aunt, Helen (Joe) Kaplan; uncles, Zel (Virginia) Bonicelli and Derito (Caryl) Bonicelli. Numerous cousins and other relatives survive. He was preceded in death by his parents.

Hobin, Frederick
Frederick Hobin - Rocky Mountain News - January 19, 1891 - Died in His Room - Pueblo, Colo., Jan 18 - Yesterday morning at 11 o'clock Frederick Hobin went to the Phoenix hotel and ordered a bed. At 4 o'clock he was called, but he did not get up. At 6 o'clock the call was repeated, with the same result. This morning at 7 o'clock he was again called, but there was no answer and the room was entered. He was found dead in his bed. Coroner Black was summoned. He called together a jury, whose verdict was that the deceased came to his death from an over-indulgence of alcohol. The deceased is supposed to have been working about the smelters.

Hobson, Elizabeth Joan
Elizabeth Joan Hobson - Pueblo Chieftain - November 24, 2013 - Elizabeth Joan Hobson, 74, of Pueblo, passed away on Nov. 20, 2013, following a courageous battle with cancer. She was born in Pueblo on Jan. 25, 1939. Preceded in death by her parents, Thomas and Agnes Whalen; son, William Hobson; sister, Mary Lou Flye; and brother, Thomas Whalen. Her survivors include her children, Robert J. Hobson and Cynthia (Roger) Van Ostrand; grandchildren, William (Katelin) Hobson, Ashley Hobson, Mindy (Robert) Lara, James (Mallory) Peddie and Nicole (Victor) Quintana; great-grandchildren, Mikalea Daugherty, Adam, Mikael and E. J. Ayala-Peddie, Robbie and Jacob Lara, Ailey and Zoey Quintana, Mia and Emmy Hobson; brother, Frank (Mary Beth) Whalen, as well as several nieces and nephews, cousins, other extended family and host of good friends. A special thanks to Danielle. You were her angel. Betty graduated from Pueblo Catholic High and went on to work as a Psychiatric Technician at the Colorado State Hospital. She was recognized with awards for her excellent care and love she gave those under her care. She enjoyed being with family and friends and loved Colorado sports teams, especially the Nuggets. Memorial Mass, 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013, at Christ the King Catholic Church. Private inurnment. Arrangements, George McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hobson, Nancy E.
Nancy E. Hobson - Pueblo Chieftain – February 19, 1917 – Mrs. Nancy Hobson Called Yesterday; Came Here in '70 – Pioneer woman "Staged It" To Pueblo in the Early Days and Remained – Mrs. Nancy Elizabeth Hobson, 68 years old, pioneer of Pueblo County, died yesterday on the ranch of her son at Carlisle, 20 miles west of this city. She came here in 1870, traveling over the Union Pacific to Denver and to this county by stage, before the advent of railroads into this point. Mrs. Hobson, widely known and highly esteemed, was the widow of the late C. J. Hobson, who died a number of years ago. In the early days the Hobson's acquired valuable ranch lands west of Pueblo. She died at the home of her son, W. A. Hobson. She leaves one other son, Fred, of Denver and a daughter, Mrs. Mary L. Reed of Foger, Calif. During recent years Mrs. Hobson had spent much of her time in Calif. The funeral arrangements, under the direction of Davis & Vories, have not been completed. Interment will be in Beaver Creek Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain - February 20, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Nancy E. Hobson will take place from the home of her son, W. A. Hobson, twenty miles west of town on the Canon City Road. Rev. F. A. Hatch will officiate. Interment will be in the Beaver Creek Cemetery. Arrangements in charge of Davis & Vories. Pueblo Chieftain - February 21, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Nancy E. Hobson took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home of her son, W. A. Hobson, at Carlile. Rev. F. A. Hatch conducted the service, which was attended by a large number of friends of this pioneer lady. Miss Clara Brown and Mrs. Clara Wright accompanied by Miss Gladys Walters sang "Safe in the Arms of Jesus," and "What a Friend We Have in Jesus." The pall bearers were E. H. Brown, Will Mayer, S. H. Manning, E. S. Walters, C. J. Eanerette, and Andrew Brown. Interment was in the Beaver Creek Cemetery in charge of Davis & Vories.

Hochevar, Ethel May
Ethel May Hochevar - Pueblo Chieftain - August 20, 2009 - Ethel May Hochevar, born Nov. 5, 1922; died Aug. 17, 2009. Ethel and her late husband, John, were the proud parents of Diane (Doug) Withrow, Johnny Ray (Diane) Hochevar and Randy Hochevar. She found great joy in her grandchildren, Jason, Tracy, Dayna, Amy and John Ryan Hochevar, Kristy (Donald) Blondin, Erin Withrow and Kiernan McGrath; and her great-grandchildren, Reygan Hochevar and Benjamin Blondin. Also survived by her sisters, Thelma Kissick of Longmont and Gladys Armstrong of Bedford, Ind.; nieces, Cheryl (Mike) Hoglund of Mead and Janet Armstrong of Bedford, Ind.; and dear cousins, Marge Hoody and Bonnie Roybal. Ethel worked at St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center as the payroll clerk and as an accountant for Loaf 'N Jug. Predeceased by her great-granddaughter, Scarlett Hochevar; nephew, Kent Armstrong; brother-in-law, Harry Armstrong; and her parents, Anton and Mary Germ. Graveside service at Roselawn Cemetery. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hochevar, Frances
Frances Hochevar - Pueblo Chieftain - May 9, 2012 - Frances Hochevar, 89, passed away on May 4, 2012. Born Feb. 12, 1923, to Anton and Ana Ozbold in Yugoslavia. She immigrated to the United States in 1949. Preceded in death by her husband, Henry; and grandson, Rodney Maldonado. Frances is survived by her children, Theresa (Wayne) and Frank (Holly); grandchildren, Stacy (Manny) and Adam; great-grandchildren, Jennifer (Josh), Kelsey (Kyle), Kamryn and Trevor; and numerous nieces and nephews. Frances was a loving mother who loved spending time with her family. She enjoyed fishing, playing cards, gardening and baking potica. The family would like to say a special thank you to Minnequa Medicenter and Melissa, as well as the Parkview E.R. staff. Visitation will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday, May 10, 2012, at Roselawn Funeral Home. Recitation of the Rosary, 12:30 p.m. Friday, May 11, 2012, with funeral Mass to follow at 1 p.m., both at St. Francis Catholic Church. Interment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery.

Hochevar, Theodore Henry
Theodore Henry Hochevar - Pueblo Chieftain - September 30, 2009 - Theodore Henry Hochevar, 52, of Eaton, died Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2009. He was born May 28, 1957, to Henry F. and Vivian M. (Zupancic) Hochevar, and raised in Pueblo. He graduated from South High School in 1975. Ted moved to Weld County in 1987. He was a journeyman plumber in Fort Collins. Ted loved spending time with his family. He loved fishing and sports. Survived by his mother; sisters, Susan K. (John) Heienickle of St. Peters, Mo., Mary Lou (Ray) Aumiller of Pueblo, Julie (Jody) Dodson of Greeley; special friend, Marie Schmitt of Fort Collins; numerous nephews, nieces, great-nieces and great-nephews; and his dog, Buster. Preceded in death by his father and grandparents. In lieu of flowers and food, memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society, in care of T.G. McCarthy. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 2, 2009, T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home, Pueblo. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hochstadter, George P.
George P. Hochstadter - Pueblo Chieftain - July 13, 2011 - George P. Hochstadter, 63, passed away at home after a lengthy illness on July 9, 2011. He was preceded in death by his brother, Robert Hochstadter; his sister, Kathleen Hernandez; and his brother-in-law, David Gross. He is survived by his loving wife of 40 years, Karen; children, Frank Hochstadter and Sharon (Ted) Hansen; grandchildren, Noah and Oliver; brother, William (Gail) Hochstadter; and sisters, Patricia Hochstadter and Eileen (Dave Dressler) Hochstadter; father-in-law, Lloyd (Joan Sharpe) Gross; close cousin, Dawn Lynn Harris; and numerous nieces and nephews. George was born March 31, 1948, in Jersey City, N.J., the son of the late Frank and Evelyn Hochstadter. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and the Vietnam War. He retired as a sergeant from the Colorado Department of Corrections, Limon Correctional Facility in 1995. During his life, George enjoyed riding his motorcycle with The Blue Knights, playing pool with his good friend, Bill Hugley and playing poker. He was a wonderful husband, father, son and brother, and he was the greatest grandfather. His final joy was getting to see his first grandson turn 6 years old in June. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Saturday, July 16, 2011, Roselawn Funeral Home Chapel. Inurnment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery.

Hockaday, Anna Lucille
Anna Lucille Hockaday - Pueblo Chieftain - February 4, 2010 - Anna Lucille Hockaday passed peacefully on Feb. 2, 2010. Born Aug. 31, 1934. Preceded in death by her parents, Orville and Lucy Bonham; and son, Gerald Hockaday. Survived by her children, Roy (LouAnn) Hockaday, Rick (Sherri) Hockaday, Debbie Newman (Richard Thorton); three sisters, Claretta Gardner, Alta Mae Bonham, Ina Lorene Howard; brother, Duane (Carol) Bonham; uncle, Gordon (Cecilia) Bonham; aunt, Georgia Lee Brixey; stepbrothers, Larry and Gary Crump; and numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation, 3 to 7 p.m. today, Imperial Funeral Home. Funeral service, 11 a.m. Friday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Arrangements, Imperial Funeral Home.

Hockersmith, Loudeen
Loudeen Fields Hockersmith - Daily Progress - March 8, 2008 - Funeral service for Loudeen Fields Hockersmith will be 10 a.m., Friday, March 7, at the Musgrove-Merriott-Smith Chapel with Rev. Jack Demico officiating. Burial will be held on Monday in Colorado City, Colo. Visitation will be held at the funeral home Thursday 1-8 p.m. Loudeen went to be with our Lord, Sunday, March 2, 2008, at her home in Claremore at the age of 73. Survivors include her sons: Eddie D. Kemp and wife, Tammie of McMinniville, Ore., and Darryell Hockensmith and wife, Heather of Colorado City, Colo.; brother, Earnie Fields and wife, Dorothy of Claremore; sister, Lore An Bradford and husband, Bill of Rogers, Ark.; six grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and many nephews, nieces, and friends.

Hocking, Betty Lou
Betty Lou Hocking - Pueblo Chieftain - July 3, 2013 - Betty Lou Hocking, 86, of Pueblo. Arrangements pending. Full notice Sunday.

Hocking, Elaine Frances
Elaine Frances Hocking - Pueblo Chieftain - September 8, 2013 - Elaine Frances Hocking, born Aug. 13, 1926, in Milwaukee, Wis., passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her devoted family and friends on Sept. 3, 2013. Elaine was predeceased by her husband of over 61 years, Lee; her parents, Bill and Helen Endries; sister, Carol Krueger; brother, William Endries; and daughter-in-law, Charlotte Hocking. She is survived by her children, Tom, Bill (Jennifer), Jay (Valerie) and Patty (Mike) Stewart; grandchildren, Amy, Alison, Marc, Nathan and Anna; great-grandchildren, Will, Addyson, Courtney, Haley, D.J. and Madison. After completing her nursing education in Milwaukee, Wis., she and several nursing graduates headed west. Elaine and her dear friend, Jean (Comiskey) ended up in Pueblo, where she met a tall, handsome, likeable man named Lee. They were married Aug. 30, 1949, and raised four children, who were the light of her life. Shortly after arriving in Pueblo, she began her nursing career at St. Mary Corwin Hospital where she was an accomplished Registered Nurse as well as a teacher and a mentor until her retirement from St. Mary Corwin Medical Center some 38 years later. While tending her family and working, Elaine was an exuberant Broncos and Rockies fan, as well as having a soft spot for the Green Bay Packers. She was also a tireless volunteer at St. Pius X Church. Memorial Mass, 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 9, 2013, at St. Pius X Catholic Church. Inurnment to follow at Imperial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions to your favorite charity or to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice. The family wishes to express its appreciation and thanks to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice for their caring assistance.

Hocking, Gaylen
Gaylen Leon Hocking - Pueblo Chieftain - July 25, 2013 - Gaylen Leon Hocking, 43, of Kalispell Mont., formerly of Pueblo, passed away July 21, 2013. Born in Pueblo, Colo., on Feb. 1, 1970, to Thomas and Mary Lou Hocking. Preceded in death by mother, Mary Lou Hocking; and grandparents on both sides. Gaylen is survived by father, Thomas (Pat) Hocking; sister, Kendra (Rick) Criswell; fiancιe, Heather Heaton; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Gaylen's true passions were fire fighting, cooking and being an EMT. Montana was a dream come true for an avid fisherman, camper and horseback rider, which Gaylen found within himself. In his life, he was involved in rodeoing, water skiing and swimming. Gaylen always made friends, no matter where he was, touching each of their lives. A celebration of Gaylen's life will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Monday, July 29, 2013, at the VFW in Pueblo West, 127 E. Spaulding Ave.

Hocking, James R.
James R. Hocking - Pueblo Chieftain - January 29, 2013 - James R. Hocking, June 29, 1935, to Jan. 24, 2013, was born and raised on the St. Charles Mesa, Pueblo, Colo. James passed away peacefully and was surrounded by his devoted family. James is survived by his loving wife, Judy; their children, Randy (Patti) Hocking, Rick Hocking, Debi Romine-Herndon (Larry), Kevin Thomason, Kris Schindler; sister, Marilyn Chesley; nine grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Gillard and Marguerite (Hartman) Hocking; his siblings, LeRoy (Elaine) Hocking, Betty (Jim) Kemple, Jean (Roy) Boughton and Joe (Lois) Hocking. His lifelong career was working as an operations manager in the data processing unit of the Department of Institutions for the State of Colorado. He led an active life; and loved activities such as square dancing, boating, water skiing and going to the local race car track with family and friends. He enjoyed traveling with his wife, Judy, to Laughlin and Cripple Creek. He loved watching his granddaughters compete in water ski tournaments. He enjoyed NASCAR and traveling to various NASCAR venues with family. Another favorite was going to watch the Broncos. He will be sadly missed. The family wishes to express its appreciation to Sangre de Cristo Hospice for its caring assistance. Arrangements, T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. Online condolences, www.tgmccarthy.com. Memorial contributions in lieu of flowers for his charities, made in c/o T.G. McCarthy. Donations will be given to hospice and Paws for Life. Memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 1, 2013, at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home, located at 329 Goodnight Ave., Pueblo, CO 81004.

Hocking, LeRoy Edwin
LeRoy Edwin “Lee” Hocking - Pueblo Chieftain - July 26, 2011 - LeRoy Edwin “Lee” Hocking, born May 30, 1926, in Pueblo, Colo., passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his devoted family on July 23, 2011. Lee is survived by his loving wife, Elaine; their children, Tom (Charlotte), Bill (Jennifer), Jay (Valerie) and Patty (Mike) Stewart; his brother, Jim Hocking and Marilyn Chesley; as well as five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. After completing his military service with the Army Air Corps in 1946, Lee moved back to Colorado to complete his education and begin his career in the construction field until his retirement. Lee was a life member of the Elks Lodge No. 90 for 62 years and Ironworkers Local No. 24 for over 50 years. Lee had a passion for building things, as evidenced by the home he built that he and Elaine had lived in for the past 45 years. Lee was always willing and eager to help others with their projects as well. He also loved auto races. He and Jim would often be seen at the I-25 Speedway “Beacon Hill” on Saturday night as well as memorable trips to Phoenix, Indianapolis and Las Vegas to attend the races. Lee was predeceased by his parents, Gillard and Marguerite; by his sisters, Betty Kemple and Jean Boughton; and his brother, Joe. His memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, St. Pius X Church. The family wishes to express its appreciation and thanks to Sangre de Cristo Hospice for its caring assistance. Arrangements, Imperial Funeral Home.

Hodapp, Kenneth W.
Kenneth W. Hodapp - Pueblo Chieftain - March 24, 2011 - Kenneth W. Hodapp, 80, passed away March 21, 2011. Survived by his wife of 58 years, Barbara Hodapp; children, Vickie (Rick) Stimac of Windsor, Colo., Rock (Peg) Hodapp of Crockett, Calif., Rusty (Ann) Hodapp of Mansfield, Texas, Randy Hodapp of Pueblo, and Robin (Mike) Bosso of Windsor; sister, Evelyn (Jerry) Noble of Omaha, Neb.; sisters-in-law, Fran Jackovich of Pueblo, and Alberta (Mike) Barnes of South Bend, Ind.; grandchildren, Becky, Cara (John), Kelly, Megan, Eli, Kenlyn, Sam, Aaron, Nathan, Brandon, Nick, George and Lilly; great-grandchildren, Madison and Braylon; numerous nieces and nephews. Ken was born to Joseph and Annabell Hodapp on Oct. 10, 1930, in Harlan, Iowa. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and retired from CF&I. He was a member of BPO Elks No. 90 and Eagles Lodge Aerie 145. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial Mass, 10 a.m. Monday, March 28, 2011, at Our Lady of the Meadows, 23 Starling Drive, with the Rev. Father Ben Bacino as celebrant. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice through the funeral home.

Hodapp, Randy Michael
Randy Michael Hodapp - Pueblo Chieftain - June 28, 2012 - Randy Michael Hodapp, 50, passed away June 26, 2012, in Pueblo, Colo. Survived by his mother, Barbara Hodapp of Pueblo; and children, Eli (Sarah) Hodapp , Kenlyn Hodapp, George Hodapp and Lilly Hodapp; and siblings, Vickie (Rick) Stimac of Windsor, Colo., Rock (Peg) Hodapp of Crockett, Calif., Rusty (Ann) Hodapp of Mansfield, Texas and Robin (Mike) Bosso of Windsor, Colo. Preceded in death by his father, Kenneth Hodapp. Randy was born Oct. 5, 1961, in Pueblo, and graduated from Pueblo South High School. Private service in Fort Collins.

Hodel, Edward W.
Edward W. Hodel - St. Louis Post-Dispatch - November 1, 2006 - Edward W. Hodel, a lifelong farmer in New Baden, died Saturday (Oct. 28, 2006 - of a brief illness at Clinton Manor Living Center in New Baden. He was 85. Mr. Hodel was born in Mascoutah Township and raised on a farm outside of New Baden. He received his education at Richter School, a one-room schoolhouse, and at Mascoutah High School. During the early 1940s, Mr. Hodel was drafted in the Army and served in World War II under Gen. George Patton. Mr. Hodel was honorably discharged in 1947 with a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star. In 1944, Mr. Hodel married Rita Maguire Hodel of Holliston, Mass. She died in 1972. He married Loretta Schomaker Hodel of New Baden in 1977. She died in 1999. Mr. Hodel had been a farmer all of his life. He was raised and worked for many years on a rented livestock and grain farm in New Baden. In the mid 1970s, Mr. Hodel purchased the farm and owned and operated it until retiring in the late 1980s. He was a member of the St. Clair County Fair Association, St. George Catholic Church, St. Clair County Farm Bureau, St. Clair County 4-H Club, Belleville Area Ostomy Association and American Legion Post 321, which he helped to build in the early 1950s. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. today at St. George Catholic Church, 200 North Third Street, New Baden. Burial will be at Green Mount Cemetery in Belleville. Among the survivors are four daughters, Sister Mary Hodel and Margaret Hodel, both of New Baden, Deborah Hodel of Trinidad, Colo., and Pamela Hodel of San Francisco; two sisters, Antoinette Bollinger of New Baden and Dorothy Friederich of Okawville; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the School Sisters of Notre Dame, 320 East Ripa Avenue, St. Louis, Mo., 63125; or the Belleville Area Ostomy Association, c/o St. Elizabeth's Hospital, 211 South Third Street, Belleville, Ill., 62220.

Hodes, Sylvia Elaine
Sylvia Elaine Hodes - Pueblo Chieftain - June 9, 2010 - Sylvia Elaine Hodes, 85, passed away June 7, 2010. Survived by her children, Howard (Patricia) Hodes of The Woodlands, Texas, Susan (Mickey) Colb of Pueblo and Roberta Wiessner of Yonkers, N.Y.; daughter-in-law, Janice Hodes of New Orleans, La.; son-in-law, Edward Wiessner; brothers, Arthur (Golda) Freundlich of Boca Raton, Fla., and William (Charlene) Freundlich of Rochester, N.Y.; grandchildren, Ben (Joanie) Hodes, Emily (Michael) Wells, Adam Hodes, Marci Colb, Heather Colb, Daniel Wiessner (Jaclyn Bruntfield) and Carolyn Wiessner; and great-grandchildren, Gracie Hodes and Aden Wiessner. Preceded in death by her husband, Sam Hodes; and parents, Murray and Minnie Freundlich. Sylvia was born Nov. 29, 1924, in Brooklyn, N.Y. She grew up and raised her family in Syracuse, N.Y., and resided in Pueblo the past 24 years. She was a cancer survivor and volunteered for the American Cancer Society. She also volunteered at the Pueblo Nature Center and the Robert Hoag Rawlings Public Library. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Thursday, June 10, 2010, at Temple Emanuel, 1325 N. Grand Ave., with Rabbi Roberta Becker officiating. A graveside service will be held in Syracuse, N.Y. Please omit flowers. Those who desire may make memorials to Temple Emanuel.

Hodge, Dave Vincent Sr.
Dave Vincent Hodge Sr. - Standard Democrat - September 28, 2005 - Dave Vincent Hodge Sr., 95, died at 9:10 p.m. Sept. 25, 2005, at the East Prairie Nursing Center. Born Aug. 9, 1910, in Alabama, to the late Sara Hodge, he lived most of his life in Mississippi County where he was a retired farmer. On March 29, 1930, he married Vivian Arington, who was preceded him in death on July 31, 1971. Also one son, Dave Vincent Hodge Jr., and two grandchildren preceded him in death. Survivors include: one son, Byrle Hodge of East Prairie; four daughters, Loula M. Allen of Bakersfield, Calif., Ruth Lentine of Walsenburg, Colo., and Clara Jo Redfering and Brenda Duvall of East Prairie; one daughter-in-law, Sue Hodge of Bertrand; and 18 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren and three great- great-grandchildren. Visitation will begin at 5 p.m. Wednesday at the Shelby Funeral Home in East Prairie where funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday. Jamie Jackson will officiate. Burial will follow in the Dogwood Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Tony, Tray and John Hodge, Stacey Nichols, Tripp Culbertson and Tre Hammontree.

Hodge, F. A.
F. A. Hodge - Pueblo Chieftain - June 9, 1917 - Died in Los Angeles - F. A. Hodge, a former well known and popular resident of Pueblo, who left here for El Paso, Texas, about three years ago, and who about a year ago moved to Los Angeles, California, with his family, died in the latter city on the 5th day of June of cancer of the stomach. Mrs. B. B. Brown of this city received a letter yesterday from Mrs. Hodge, conveying the news of his death. Deceased had many friends in Pueblo who will regret to hear of his demise, and the sincere and heartfelt sympathy of many friends in Pueblo will be extended Mrs. Hodge and other relatives in their great bereavement.

Hodges, Betty Rae
Betty Rae Gribble Hodges - Pueblo Chieftain - February 13, 2009 - Betty Rae Gribble Hodges, 61, Fowler, February 8, 2009, Griffy, Fowler.

Hodges, Jerry Roy
Jerry Roy Hodges - Pueblo Chieftain - August 2, 2012 - Jerry Roy Hodges passed away on July 31, 2012. He was a descendant of the pioneer homesteaders who farmed and ranched in eastern Pueblo County. His lifelong interests, shared with family, friends and associates, included a wide range of sports: player and official of basketball, baseball, which he played in high school and college, and fishing. Other pursuits were photography, building and flying radio-controlled airplanes, tennis, travel and growing flowers. Predeceased by grandson, Adam Roy Hodges. Survivors include his wife, Gladys A. Horsman Hodges, children: Randy Roy Hodges (Gwenn Murray David Hodges), Jan Hodges Robinson (David John Robinson), Holly Hodges Goldman (Richard Alan Goldman) and Cary Jay Hodges (Jamie Lynn Heflin Hodges). Grandchildren include: Amy Elizabeth Hodges, Anna Maria Mekeel, Jesse Nathanial Goldman, Dylan Everett Goldman and Caleb Roy Hodges. Announcement of memorial event to be at a later date. Pueblo Chieftain - August 8, 2012 - The family of Jerry Hodges invites relatives and friends to a commemorative gathering, Friday, August 10, 2-4 p.m. at the Main Street Banquet Hall. 209 N. Main St., Pueblo.

Hodges, Karen
Karen Hodges - Pueblo Chieftain - February 11, 2012 - Karen Hodges, of Jonesboro, Ark., previously of Pueblo, Colo., passed away on Feb. 7, 2012. She is survived by her husband, Dr. Veryl D. Hodges; two sons, Denny (Nikki) of Bradenton, Fla., and Chris Hodges of the home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Forest Home Church of the Nazarene World Mission Ministry, 1922 Race Street, Jonesboro, AR 72401.

Hodges, Kenton James
Kenton James Hodges - Mining Journal - August 11, 2006 - Kenton James Hodges, age 41, former Ishpeming resident, of Walworth, Wisconsin, passed away on Sunday July 30, 2006. Kenton was born January 31, 1965 in Sheboygan, WI the son of James D. and Judith A. (Ehlers) Hodges. Kenton moved to Ishpeming in 1970 with his family and was active in athletics at the Ishpeming High School, playing football, tennis and basketball. He was a member of the National Honor Society, and was a graduate of the Ishpeming High School, Class of 1983. He went on to Northern Michigan University, graduating Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marketing in 1987. Kenton went on work as a manager for Shopko, Wal-Mart and K-mart in cities located in Wisconsin, Illinois and Ohio. Kenton enjoyed fishing on the Dead River in the Upper Peninsula, gardening, cooking and canning. He had a vast collection of sports trading cards and comic books and was an avid Green Bay Packer fan. Kenton loved the Holidays and decorating for the occasion was his specialty. Survivors include his children Allissa and Marcus Hodges, and his former wife Tracy Meyer of Sheboygan Falls, WI; and his children Jordan and Isaac Hodges, and their mother Goldie Stacey all of Lake Geneva, WI; his parents James and Judith Hodges of Ishpeming; a brother Kevin (Shawn) Hodges of Ishpeming; 2 nephews Brett and Benjamin Hodges of Ishpeming; aunts and uncles Robert (Gay) Ehlers of Weston, CO, Janice (Edward) Black of Richlands, NC, Shirley Zieher of Waukesha, WI, Crystal Hodges of Sheboygan, WI, Judy McGivern of Marshfield, WI and Joyce Weisanthal of Waukesha, WI; along with numerous cousins. He was preceded in death by his grandparents Melvin and Ida Hodges, William Ehlers and Lois Haines; and 2 nieces Camilla and Daniella Hodges. Funeral Services will be held at 1:00pm on Thursday, August 3, 2006 at the Bethel Lutheran Church in Ishpeming with the Rev. Lauri O. Maki to officiate. Interment will take place at the Ishpeming Cemetery. Friends may call at the Bethel Lutheran Church on Thursday from 11:00 until the time of service. Pallbearers will be Paul Manzoline, Vern Rintala, Ryan McGivern and Kevin Hodges. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to his children's trust fund, c/o James and Judy Hodges 221 S. Lake St., Ishpeming, MI 49849. The Bjork & Zhulkie Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

Hodges, Linda L.
Linda L. Hodges - Pueblo Chieftain - July 11, 2012 - Linda L. Hodges, March 14, 1944, to July 6, 2012. Linda was born March 14, 1944, in Rochester, Ind. She grew up in the Pueblo, Colo., area, where she attended Pueblo County High School and then went to Center Beauty College in Pueblo. She was a financial aid officer and administrator for Americana Beauty College from 1976 to 1991, and did the same for International Beauty Academy from 1975 to 1990. She became vice president of the Colorado Cosmetology Association in 1989. Linda married Jim Hodges on March 15, 1985, in Colorado Springs. She is survived by her husband, Jim; sons, Jon McMullen of Colorado Springs and Cliff McMullen of Pueblo; father, Albert Knicklebine of Pueblo; brother, Michael Knicklebine; stepchildren, Michael Hodges of Florida and Jamie Romero of Colorado Springs; grandchildren, Jermiah and Brady McMullen; step-grandchildren, Julieanna Ortiz and Craig Goddard; and two great-grandchildren, Kayland and Xavier. She was preceded in death by her mother, Louise Knicklebine; and sister, Dorothy Whittemore. Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, July 13, 2012, at the Pikes Peak United Methodist Church, 2927 W. Pikes Peak Ave., Colorado Springs 80904. Memorial contributions in Linda's memory may be made to the Pikes Peak Hospice or to Dream Power Animal Rescue. Arrangements by The Springs Funeral Services: 719-328-1793.

Hodges, Richard D.
Richard D. Hodges - Pueblo Chieftain - October 25, 2010 - Richard D. Hodges, 51, of Pueblo, Colo., passed away on Oct. 20, 2010. He was preceded in death by his father, Richard D. Hodges; and grandmother, Pauline E. Relaford. Rick is survived by his mother, Beverly A. Lyons; sister, Kimberly (Gale) Kiniston; brother, Patrick W. Lyons; niece, Elizabeth Nelson; nephews, Christopher Nelson and Aaron Kruger-Lyons. The memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 25, 2010, at the Living Faith Foursquare Church at 2601 Elizabeth St.

Hodges, William B.
William B. "Bill" Hodges - Pueblo Chieftain - September 3, 2009 - William B. "Bill" Hodges, 84, passed away Sept. 2, 2009. He was preceded in death by his parents; and his grandson, Micheal Fisher. He is survived by his wife, Marie; son, William (Geri) Hodges Jr.; stepson, Wesley Fisher; four grandchildren, Whitney and Lindsey Hodges, Kevin and Paige Fisher; sister, Corine (Nate) Thornton; nephew, Earl Cramer; and niece, Shirley (L.B.) Scott. Bill served in the Navy during World War II and he was a lifetime Mason in the Longmont area. Bill retired from the FAA after 32 years of faithful service. Viewing, 2 to 7 p.m. today, Sept. 3, 2009, and funeral service, 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 4, 2009, both at Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Arrangements under the direction of Adrian Comer Funeral Home.

Hodgson, Robert
Robert Hodgson - Pueblo Chieftain - May 6, 2012 - Robert Hodgson, 58. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

Hoeger, Otto William
Otto William Hoeger – Pueblo Chieftain – October 21, 1918 – Otto William Hoeger, age 36 years, died at the residence, 713 Euclid Ave., last night. Deceased has been a resident of Pueblo for the past 19 years, all of which time he has been employed at the steel plant. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Louise Hoeger, one son, Harold, and a step-daughter, Mrs. Edith St. Clair, also his father and mother and four sisters and two brothers in Chicago. Mr. Hoeger was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church and Camp 7111 M. W. A. The body is at Davis-Vories. Pueblo Chieftain – October 22, 1918 – Otto W. Hoeger, age 36 years, died at the family home, 713 Euclid Ave., Sunday, after a short illness. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Louise Hoeger, one son Harold, and a step-daughter Mrs. Edith St. Clair. He was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church and the M. W. of A. No. 7111. The remains are at the Davis-Vories parlors and the funeral arrangements will be announced later. Pueblo Chieftain – October 23, 1918 – The funeral of Otto W. Hoeger will be held from the Davis-Vories Chapel Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Interment in Mountain View. Pueblo Chieftain – October 25, 1918 – The funeral of Otto W. Hoeger was held from the Davis-Vories Chapel yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. August E. Brauer officiated. Miss Emelie Peters, accompanied by Miss Adeline Trieves, sang "Asleep in Jesus," and "Nearer My God to Thee." The pallbearers were John Carmody, John's Scholsky, Ferdinand Peschke and L. R. Chamblin. Interment was made in Mountain View Cemetery. Services were private.

Hoesch, Louise
Louise Hoesch - Rocky Mountain News - November 23, 1896 - Killed By An Engine - Pueblo, Colo., Nov. 22 - Louise Hoesch, the 12-year-old daughter of Reinhart Hoesch, a boilermaker employed at the steel works, living at 407 Plumb street, was instantly killed near the Colorado smelter this afternoon about 5:30 o'clock by being run over by Rio Grande train No. 104. The child had been to the steel works with her father's dinner and was on her way home, when she undertook to cross the track apparently not noticing the approaching train. She was struck on the head and her skull frightfully mangled.

Hoff, Harry Lee
Harry Lee Hoff - Pueblo Chieftain - July 7, 2012 - Harry Lee Hoff passed away July 4, 2012, in Canon City, Colo. Harry was born in Pueblo, Colo., on Sept. 30, 1941, where he lived his life. He left behind two daughters, Lori (David) Wales and Deanna (Gene) Martinez; five grandchildren; three sisters, Ruby, Beulah and Betty. Private family service.

Hoffarth, Fred Forrest
Fred Forrest Hoffarth - Pueblo Chieftain – July 21, 1917 – America Selects an Army as German Legislators Pass Peace Resolutions – Numbers Drawn Fifteen a Minute – Process Is Slower Than First Thought, However, and the Work Will Not Be Completed in the Ten Hours – Washington, July 20 – Selective conscription was put into effect today when a national lottery fixed the order of military liability for the 10,000,000 young Americans registered for service. County – 889 – Fred Forrest Hoffarth. Pueblo Chieftain – October 2, 1917 – Two Exemption Boards Have Difficulty in Getting Quotas – Only one of the exemption boards in Pueblo and Pueblo county has its 40 (?) per cent of the draft quota ready for entrainment Wednesday. The North side board has its full number, while the county will be three men short and the south side board about 30 men short. The following lists of drafted men are expected to leave Pueblo this week for the training camp at Camp Funston. County List – Six more names were received yesterday morning by the county board which placed the total eligible for the call to arms this afternoon at 45, three short of the required quota of 48 to say nothing of the alternates… Those who have been ordered to report are as follows: Fred F. Hoffarth. Pueblo Chieftain – August 6, 1919 –Steelworker War Victim – Word has been received in Pueblo of the death of Fred Forrest Hoffarth, Sgt. Co. C, 110th Infantry, Division 28 at Le Mans, France. He died on April 16, 1919 after being ill with bronchial pneumonia. Hoffarth is the fifteenth steelworker to die in the service of his country. Pueblo Chieftain – November 11, 1919 – Lest We Forget Pueblo's Dead Heroes – While we Puebloans are celebrating the anniversary of the day that the German war machine admitted that it was defeated, let us not forget those of our number who gave their lives that the victory might be possible. Below is a list of Pueblo boys who sacrificed their lives that we today might celebrate. Fred Forrest Hoffarth, plus many others.

Hoffer, George E.
George E. Hoffer – Pueblo Chieftain – November 2, 1918 – George E. Hoffer, age 55, died in this city yesterday afternoon. For many years he was employed by the Colo. Fuel and Iron Co. and later was employed as meat cutter in this city. He was a member of B. P. O. E. He is survived by one sister, Sophia Hoffer of Buffalo, New York. Body is at the United Funeral Home and announcement of funeral later. Pueblo Chieftain – November 3, 1918 – The body of George E. Hoffer is being held at the United Funeral Home awaiting instructions from the brother in Denver.

Hoffert, Robert Luis
Robert Luis Hoffert - Pueblo Chieftain - February 26, 2014 - Robert Luis Hoffert, 67, went to be with the Lord on Feb. 24, 2014, after an unexpected accident surrounded by his family. He is survived by his devoted wife of 38 years, Gloria Hoffert; daughters, Carla (Aaron), Holly (Steve), Tanya (Ernesto); and sons, Mike Vigil, Mark (Michelle) Vigil; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Born Nov. 18, 1946, in upstate New York, he served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War and was proud to serve side by side with his brothers and sisters in the military. Although some were not able to return, they always were on his mind and always in his heart. Upon returning to Fort Carson after the war, he decided that Southern Colorado would be his new adopted home. After his discharge from the U.S. Army, he worked for many years inside Fort Carson's plumbing department, eventually working his way to the shop supervisor. Bob was a huge sports fan and kept the home teams (NY Giants, NY Yankees) at the top of his cheering list. He was a very strong man and was loved by all who knew him. He was an inspiration to many, strong-willed and stubborn to say the least, but his determination to complete any task was second to none. He will be sorely missed by his many friends at Gus' Tavern, The Kozy Korner and Caprita's Oasis. His numerous friends and family who have passed before him will undoubtedly be waiting to welcome him to his new home and provide the best seats in the house for all the great sporting events to come. He will be laid to rest with full military honors in the city that he fell in love with and that gave him some of the best friends he could have asked for. Rosary, 7 p.m. Thursday, at Angelus Chapel. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Friday, at St. Joseph Church, Father Joseph Vigil as celebrant. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery.

Hoffman, Alice A.
Alice A. Hoffman - Pueblo Chieftain - December 10, 2013 - Alice A. Hoffman, 94, born Jan. 28, 1919; passed away Dec. 5, 2013. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles W. Hoffman; son, Charles Hoffman Jr.; daughter, Judy Lee Hoffman; granddaughter, Jessica Hoffman. She is survived by three daughters, Teresa Bilger, Sandy Alexander, Susan (Frank) Ankele; daughter-in-law, Bonnie Hoffman; 18 grandchildren; 41 great-grandchildren; 17 great-great-grandchildren. Alice was a loving mother, grandmother and friend. Rosary will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday; and funeral Mass will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013, both to be held at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Arrangements by T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home.

Hoffman, Betty Jo
Betty Jo Hoffman - Pueblo Chieftain - June 6, 2010 - Betty Jo Hoffman, (nee Melvin), was born May 24, 1921, in Pueblo, Colo. She married Walter C. Hoffman in 1948, and they remained married 61-plus years until his death in March 2010. She was predeceased in death by her parents, George and Bess (Dixon) Melvin; sister, Georgia Ayres. Betty is survived by nieces and nephews, Valerie Migler, Kurt Ayres, John Hoffman and John Pfeiffer. She also is survived by special friends, Ned and Carol Shanley, Joe and Faye Marquez, Phil and Marsha Wolfe and Leonard Brown. Betty's father died when she was ten years of age. Betty gives special thanks to her mother who sacrificed much for Betty and her sister. Betty graduated from Central High School in 1938 and from Pueblo Junior College in 1940. She attended Colorado State College in Greeley graduating in secondary education and English in 1942. She served in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps from 1943 to 1946 and was assigned to the Army Air Force during that time. She later worked at the Pueblo Army Depot as a wage and salary analyst. She worked for several years at her husband's business: Hoffman Real Estate and Insurance. Betty gives thanks to the Lord for His many blessings throughout her life and for her godson, David Parry. A memorial celebration, 11 a.m. Wednesday, June 9, 2010, Pueblo Christian Center. Inurnment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery.

Hoffman, Charles W. Jr.
Charles W. Hoffman Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - June 20, 2013 - Charles W. Hoffman Jr., 70, passed away on Sunday, June 16, 2013, in Denver, Colo. He was born in Pueblo on Dec. 23, 1942. He graduated from South High School in 1961 and worked at King Soopers as a meat cutter. He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Hoffman; sister, Judy; and granddaughter, Jessica. He is survived by his wife, Bonnie (Gere); his mother, Alice Hoffman; three sisters, a brother-in-law, four daughters, an adopted son, two stepsons and one stepdaughter. He also leaves behind 16 grandchildren, two great-granddaughters and numerous nieces and nephews. There will be a rosary at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 22, at Tabor-Rice Funeral Home, 75 S. 13th Ave. in Brighton, Colo. Donations may be made in his name to Children's Hospital in Denver.

Hoffman, Edward D. Jr.
Lt. Col. Edward D. Hoffman Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - December 19, 2010 - Lt. Col. Edward D. Hoffman Jr., U.S. Army Ret., 92, passed away Dec. 10, 2010. Survived by his children, James E. (Charlotte) Hoffman and Jeanne C. Brewer; brother, Harold C. (Jo) Hoffman; former daughter-in-law, Darla Hoffman; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his wife, Margaret M. (McDonnell) Hoffman; grandchildren, Jennifer Hoffman and Michael L. Hoffman; brother, Richard L. Hoffman; daughter-in-law, Laura Hoffman; and son-in-law, James Brewer. Ed was born to Grace L. and Edward D. Hoffman Sr. on April 18, 1918, in Franklin, Pa. He was a serviceman in the automobile industry, was very active in square dancing with the Buttons and Bows Square Dance Club and was a church choir director for many years. Ed was in World War II with the Rainbow Division-Field Artillery and later in the Army Reserves until his retirement. The family, especially Jeanne, would like to thank the staff, RNs, LPNs and CNAs who were in any way involved with the care of their father during his stay at University Park Care Center. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial prayer service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2010, St. Joseph Catholic Church, 1145 Aspen Road, with the Rev. William T. Gleeson as celebrant. Military honors by Colorado Army National Guard Honor Guard and interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Memorials may be made to St. Joseph Catholic Church Building Fund or charity of choice.

Hoffman, Florence E.
Florence E. Hoffmann - Pueblo Chieftain - December 22, 2007 - Florence E. Hoffmann born on April 13, 1914, in Trinidad, Colo., passed away Dec. 18, 2007, in Pueblo. She was preceded in death by her husband, J.A. “Tony” Hoffmann. She is survived by her three children, James M. (Georgia) Hoffmann, Elizabeth A. (Wes) Bell and Charles H. Hoffmann; her sister, Doris McCray; seven grandchildren, Brian Bell, Carrie Montoya, Eric Hoffmann, Kristin Hoffmann, Orion Hoffmann, Gunnar Hoffmann and Koa Hoffmann; two great-grandchildren, Colin and Chantel Montoya; sister-in-law, Margie (Marvin) Porter. Florence was a member of St. Patrick Catholic Church and D.A.R. Service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 26, 2007, St. Patrick Church. Please omit food or flowers. Memorial donations may be made to St. Jude Children's Hospital or the Ronald McDonald House through the George McCarthy Funeral Home Office.

Hoffman, Irma
Irma Lenore Kay Hoffman - Pueblo Chieftain - October 17, 2013 - Irma Lenore Kay Hoffman, 103, of Ocean Springs, Miss., formerly of Pueblo, Colo., died Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013. Survived by daughter, Kay Woods, Ocean Springs, Miss.; and son, Ray Brumbaugh, Pueblo, Colo.; grandchildren, Kenny DiNero and Louann Sekul, Ocean Springs, Miss., Brendan Brumbaugh, Bernay Brumbaugh and Becky Casias, Pueblo, Colo.; also eight great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. Memorial service, 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, St. John Episcopal Church, Ocean Springs, Miss.

Hoffman, Jennie
Jennie Hoffman – Pueblo Chieftain – May 11, 1919 – Mrs. Jennie Hoffman, age 34 years, died at a local hospital, May 10. Body at McCarthy's. Pueblo Chieftain – May 17, 1919 – The funeral of Mrs. Jennie Hoffman was held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock from McCarthy's. Interment in Roselawn.

Hoffman, Paul J.
Paul J. Hoffman - Pueblo Chieftain - March 19, 2014 - Paul J. Hoffman, 71, of Pueblo, passed away March 15, 2014. He is survived by his sons, Kurt and Kevin; nephew, Ted; as well as numerous extended family members and friends. He received a bachelor's degree in liberal arts from Franklin Marshall College and later earned an MBA from the University of Buffalo. Paul had a passion for cars and moved out West to take a position that allowed him the freedom to spend a lot of time on the road. He also was a member of the Master Gardeners of Pueblo. At his request, cremation has taken place and no services will be held. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

Hoffman, Walter Crawford
Walter Crawford Hoffman - Pueblo Chieftain - March 14, 2010 - Walter Crawford Hoffman, born, Pueblo, Colo., Sept. 10, 1917. Predeceased by his parents, John W. and Elma Dean Hoffman; siblings, Marshal, John and Elizabeth. Survived by his faithful and loving wife of 61 years, Betty Jo Hoffman; two nephews, John "Skip" Hoffman, San Antonio, Texas, and John (Vera Louise) Pfeifer, of Denver. Walter graduated from Central High School in Pueblo in 1936. Served in the Army from 1940 to 1945, 157th Infantry, 45th Division in Sicily. He returned to Pueblo in 1945 and joined with his father in the insurance and real estate business. They owned Hoffman Realty at 411 W. Northern Ave. Walt retired from the business in 1970. Special thanks to University Park Care Center for their excellent care and Dr. Christopher Smith. Service, 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 16, 2010, Pueblo Christian Center, 1605 S. Pueblo Blvd.

Hoffmeister, R. B. (Mrs.)
Mrs. R. B. Hoffmeister - Pueblo Indicator - March 13, 1948 - Mrs. Bennie Kimble of Rocky Ford accompanied her father, Mr. Rasmussen Sternholm and Grady Smith to Denver to attend the funeral services for Mrs. R. B. Hoffmeister at Arvada.

Hoffmier, James
James Hoffmier - Rocky Mountain News - January 1, 1889 - Pueblo Points - Crushed by Machinery - Pueblo, Colo., Dec. 31 - James Hoffmier, a young man employed at the Pueblo Public Sampling works, was found dead this morning on the floor of the works. He had been sweeping out the mill and nobody else was present, the other employes being outside unloading ore. When they returned Hoffmier was lying with his skull fractured and a shoulder crushed, he having been caught by the shafting and twisted around it. One of his hands had also been caught and mangled by the cog-wheels. An inquest by the coroner's jury exempted the company from blame.

Hofmann, Betty
Betty “Myste” Hofmann - Pueblo Chieftain - January 23, 2014 - Betty “Myste” Hofmann passed away unexpectedly on Jan. 10, 2014. A memorial service to celebrate her life will be held at 1 p.m. on Jan. 25, 2014, at Park Hill Christian Church, 1401 E. Seventh St. The family has requested that in lieu of flowers, donations be made at the church to help pay for her final expenses.

Hofmann, John Alexander
John "Hans" Alexander Hofmann - Pueblo Chieftain - September 11, 2012 - John "Hans" Alexander Hofmann, 85, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Sept. 8, 2012, surrounded by family. An open house celebration will be held in John's honor at the home of John and Mary Hofmann, 319 N. 19th St., Canon City, Colo., Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. with a memorial service at 2 p.m. in the backyard gardens. John's last wish was to be cremated.

Hogan, Edward Elmo
Edward Elmo Hogan – Pueblo Chieftain – February 1, 1918 – Edward Elmo Hogan, age 3 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Hogan, died at the family home on the ranch at Boone, Colorado, early yesterday morning. The funeral will be held at the house this morning at 10 o'clock. The burial will take place in Roselawn Cemetery in charge the Whiton Mortuary.

Hogan, Jeremiah
Jeremiah Hogan - Rocky Mountain News - December 31, 1889 - Pueblo Points - Jermiah Hogan, aged 73, one of the pioneer citizens of Pueblo, died tonight. He was a native of Ireland and his sons are prominent citizens and business men. Rocky Mountain News - January 3, 1890 - Pueblo Points - The funeral of the late Jeremiah Hogan took place today from St. Patrick's Catholic church.

Hogan, Michael
Michael Hogan - Pueblo Chieftain - March 5, 1917 - Michael Hogan, Here 50 Years, Died Yesterday - In the death of Michael Hogan, which occurred in this city yesterday, Pueblo lost one of her early residents and pioneer business men. Coming to Pueblo in 1869, he had lived here continuously since that time. For many years Mr. Hogan was associated in business with his brothers under the firm name of Hogan Brothers and in later years, he had lived on a ranch south of Pueblo. He was born in Ireland, April 25, 1844, and was 72 years of age. He was a member of the John Boyle O'Reilly Club and the Southern Colorado Pioneers' Association. Charitable and honest he won the respect of all who knew him and his many friends will regret to learn of his death. Mr. Hogan had been ill for several years. He suffered much but complained little of his pain. He was the typical, rugged pioneer who braved the hardships of the early days and aided much in the upbuilding of the city. He owned considerable property and was always ready to lend his assistance toward building Pueblo. The remains were removed to the McCarthy Undertaking parlors and the funeral will take place from the residence of Gilbert Crater, 681 South Union Avenue, tomorrow morning at 8:30 and from St. Patrick's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment will be in the Hogan lot in Roselawn. Mr. Hogan is survived by his brother, George Hogan of Los Angeles, Calif., a cousin, Miss Elizabeth Powell and brother-in-law, Gilbert Crater, of Pueblo. Pueblo Chieftain - March 6, 1917 - The funeral of the late Michael Hogan, pioneer resident of Pueblo, will take place this morning at 8:30 from the residence of Gilbert Crater, 681 S. Union Avenue, and from St. Patrick's Church at 9. Rev. J. b. Schimpf will conduct the services and read the funeral mass. Members of the John Boyle O'Reilly Club and Southern Colorado Pioneers Association will attend the services. Interment will be in the family lot in Roselawn under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Company. Pueblo Chieftain - March 7, 1917 - Funeral services were held yesterday over the remains of the late Michael Hogan, pioneer citizen of Pueblo for the past 48 years. The remains were taken from the residence of Gilbert Crater, 681 South Union Avenue at 8:30 to St. Patrick's Church where the services were held at 9 o'clock. Requiem high mass was sung by Rev. A. J. Dreane assisted by the children's choir. The large church was well filled with friends of the deceased and many pioneers and old time residents were present. The floral offerings were especially beautiful and were banked upon the casket. Father Dreane delivered a most beautiful eulogy on the life of Mr. Hogan, speaking of the long useful and straightforward life he led and the many good traits which made for him many lasting friends. The Southern Colorado Pioneers Association and the John Boyle O'Reilly Club attended the services. The pall bearers were: M. J. Galligan, Thomas Kelly, P. J. Fanning, G. G. Withers, T. G. McCarthy, and P. Prendergast. The flower bearers were: P. J. Riley, John M. McKee, and Michael Sullivan. The interment was in the family lot in Roselawn.

Hogea, Stelian
Stelian “Stanley” Hogea - Pueblo Chieftain - August 15, 2012 - Stelian “Stanley” Hogea, 70, of Pueblo, passed away Aug. 12, 2012. He is survived by his loving wife, Anna Nemes; and numerous other friends and family. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Thursday, Romero Chapel.

Hogg, Ida Mary
Ida Mary Hogg – Pueblo Chieftain – March 26, 1919 – Ida Mary Hogg, age 38 years, died at 128 E. 1st St. Body at United. Pueblo Chieftain – March 28, 1919 – The funeral of Ida Mary Hogg was held yesterday morning at 10 o'clock from the United Funeral Home. Rev. T. Garrett officiated. The flower bearers were Tilda Chester, and Lena Mitchell. The pallbearers were Mrs. Maude Pack, Mrs. Sarah Stevison, Mrs. James Johnson, Mrs. Mattie Rose, Mrs. Annie Fowler and Mrs. Florence Grant. Interment was in Mountain View.

Hogg, Robert
Robert Hogg - Ypsilanti Courier - May 30, 2010 - Robert Hogg, age 88; of Flat Rock; died on Tuesday, May 25, 2010, in Brownstown, MI. Friends visited in the Arthur Bobcean Funeral Home, Flat Rock Chapel on Friday, May 28, 2010, from 1 to 8 p.m. Funeral Services were held in the funeral home on Saturday, May 29, 2010, at 10 a.m. Pastor Rick Sparks of Woodhaven Baptist Church officiated the service. Burial was in Michigan Memorial Park. Born on December 8, 1921, in Valdez, CO, he was the son of John and Isabella (Martin) Hogg. He served in the U.S. Coast Guard from 1942 to 1946 during W.W.II. On February 25, 1950, he married Clara M. Ando in Angola, IN. He worked for Ford Motor Company in the Experimental Division, Dearborn, MI, until retiring in 1988. He was a life member of the VFW Flat Rock Post 9363. Robert loved bird watching, playing cards and loved to work on cars. He lived in Flat Rock for 55 years. His parents, wife and four brothers, John, William, Adam and James, preceded him in death. Surviving are a son, Robert J. (Lynn) Hogg of Flat Rock; three daughters, Suzanna M. (Melvin) Worley of Southgate, Patricia (Lee) Pearson of Kenosha, WI, and Karen J. (Gary) Cousino of Flat Rock; five grandchildren; and two great grandchildren. In lieu of flowers donation may be made to the U of M Cancer Center.

Hoglen, John
John Hoglen - Pueblo Chieftain - September 30, 1917 - John, the one-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hoglen, died at the residence 131 Mechanic Street, yesterday. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the McCarthy Funeral Chapel . Interment will be in Roselawn. Pueblo Chieftain – October 1, 1917 – The funeral of John Hoglen, little son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hoglen, was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the McCarthy Funeral Chapel. Interment was in Roselawn Cemetery.

Hogue, Sharon Leta
Sharon Leta (Gelderbloom) Hogue - Pueblo Chieftain - July 28, 2013 - Sharon Leta (Gelderbloom) Hogue, age 55, of Pueblo West, Colo., went to be with the Lord July 25, 2013, with her family by her side. She was born in Grand Rapids, Mich., Oct. 7, 1957. She married Edwin W. Hogue in 1978 in Westcliffe, Colo. Sharon was a title proofer at the Pueblo County Courthouse DMV Division for 24 years. She was passionate about animals. She loved dogs and horses. She spent most of her weekends watching sports; football and baseball as well as Westerns. Sharon is survived by two children, Bobbi Parker of Colorado Springs; Matthew Hogue (wife Misty) of Pueblo; five grandchildren, Travis, Michael, Austin, Brynn and Mariah; numerous loving aunts, uncles and cousins. Memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, July 30, at The Church of Christ at Pueblo West, 1099 S. McCulloch Blvd. Officiating is Tom Pittmon.

Hogue, Susan R.
Susan R. Hogue - Pueblo Chieftain - April 8, 2010 - Susan R. Hogue, 51, Fountain, formerly of Pueblo, April 8. Funeral & Cremation Care, Pueblo West.

Hohman, Patrick J.
Patrick J. Hohman - Pueblo Chieftain - February 13, 2010 - Patrick J. Hohman, 26, of Norwood, Pa., died Wednesday morning, Feb. 10, 2010, at Penn Hospice, Philadelphia. Born in Reading, Pa., he was the son of Gerard D. and Catherine A. Motley Hohman, Pueblo West. Before moving from this area, he attended Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Elementary School and Bishop Hoban High School, Wilkes-Barre. He was a 2002 graduate of Centennial High School, Pueblo, Colo. He was employed by J.M. Oliver Plumbing & Heating, in Morton, Pa. He was a member of St. Gabriel R.C. Church, Norwood. He enjoyed hunting, and was an avid fisherman and golfer. Surviving, in addition to his parents, are his brother, Matthew, Pueblo West; paternal grandmother, Kathleen Hohman, Pottsville; his girlfriend, Sarah Eddy, Norwood; several aunts, uncles and cousins. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Monday, St. John the Baptist R.C. Church, Pottsville, Pa. Relatives and friends may call at the church from 9 until 10:45 a.m. Monday. Interment will be in Schuylkill Memorial Park, North Manheim Township, Pa. Dutcavich Funeral Home, Minersville, Pa., is entrusted with arrangements.

Hoisington, Jack Dennis
Jack Dennis Hoisington - Pueblo Chieftain - April 13, 2011 - Jack Dennis Hoisington, beloved husband, father and grandfather, died April 11, 2011, in Pueblo. Jack was born Nov. 19, 1946, in Delano, Calif. and had lived in Pueblo since 1969. He served in the U.S. Army from 1964 to 1970 and was awarded a Purple Heart and a CIB Medal for his service in Vietnam. Jack enjoyed traveling, meeting people wherever he went and helping others, whether he knew them or not. He was a Bronco Fan and especially enjoyed spending time with his grandson. Jack was preceded in death by his parents, Floyd and Thelma Hoisington; a brother Pat Hoisington; and a brother-in-law Chuck Zilbulski. His survivors include his wife of 40 years, Bonnie; daughter Jessica; son William; and grandson Brandon. Cremation in the Davis Crematory. Private services will be held at a later date. Donations in memory of Jack may be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice or the Pueblo Veteran's Center, direct or through the mortuary.

Hoitt, J. F.
J. F. Hoitt - Daily Rocky Mountain News - July 6, 1877 - Died of Chloroform - The Chieftain gives the particulars of the death on Monday last, at Pueblo, of J. F. Hoitt, who has been for a year or more in the employ of Dr. A. Steinberger as clerk. He was a steady and exemplary young man, perfectly upright in his dealings, and, as far as known, a young man of excellent morals. He was of a diffident, reserved disposition, and had but few intimate acquaintances. Dr. Steinberger says he was a man of fine education and one of the best druggists in the state. He is the son of Mr. Stevens Hoitt, of Newton, New Hampshire, is about twenty-nine years old, and is an old acquaintance and friend of Mr. Mark Blunt, who was sent for as soon as his death was known. He has for a long time been in the habit of indulging in strong drugs, and once before came near dying from the effect of an overdose of something that he took for neuralgia, before he came to Colorado. Something near a year ago Dr. Steinberger detected him under the influence of chloroform, which he had suspected him of using, and he then notified him that he must quit using it or leave his employ. He promised to quit, and to all appearances did not use any till very recently. The doctor slept in the same room with him and retired first on Sunday night. The supposition is that he wished to indulge in a small dose, and being afraid the doctor would detect him if he attempted to pour it into a vial, took the large bottle to bed with him and was overcome with the drug before he was aware of it. The clothes were drawn tightly over his head, the empty bottle under his shoulder, and the cork, a glass stopper, in his hand. The window of the room was open and the door communicating with the store was also open, otherwise it is doubtful if Dr. Steinberger would be alive to tell of the accident.

Hoke, Alfred
Alfred Hoke - Pueblo Chieftain – August 1, 1919 – Four Young Relatives of Pueblo Lady Die of Unknown Malady – To bury four sons in three days is one of the most heart-rending experiences for a family, and one of the saddest events in any community. The Mound Valley (Kan.) Journal records such an instance there last week. The four brothers were the sons of Mr. and Mrs. George Hoke, who reside near Mound Valley, and they were the nephews of Mrs. Henry M. Christman, 711 W. 14th St., Pueblo. The Journal relates that: Eldon Hale Hoke, age 7 years, died on Saturday, July 19, and that while funeral arrangements were being made, another son, Alva William, age near 13 years, died early Sunday morning. Funeral services were held that afternoon and the 2 brothers laid to rest in the same grave. Two more brothers were critically ill, and on Monday afternoon the third son, Ernest, age 9 years, passed away. After a short service, his body was laid beside the other brothers; and when the family returned home they found Alfred, age 18 years and 8 months, dying. Tuesday evening, with a short service at the graveside, he was buried beside the others. Each of the boys was sick 11 days, and were supposed to have died of malarial fever, but an autopsy puzzled 8 physicians on this point. The tragedy so stirred the sympathies of that community that they raised a "sympathy" fund (not charity) of several hundred dollars for the parents, who had lived long there and reared a most honorable and respected family. Besides the parents, 4 other brothers and a sister survive.

Hoke, Alva William
Alva William Hoke - Pueblo Chieftain – August 1, 1919 – Four Young Relatives of Pueblo Lady Die of Unknown Malady – To bury four sons in three days is one of the most heart-rending experiences for a family, and one of the saddest events in any community. The Mound Valley (Kan.) Journal records such an instance there last week. The four brothers were the sons of Mr. and Mrs. George Hoke, who reside near Mound Valley, and they were the nephews of Mrs. Henry M. Christman, 711 W. 14th St., Pueblo. The Journal relates that: Eldon Hale Hoke, age 7 years, died on Saturday, July 19, and that while funeral arrangements were being made, another son, Alva William, age near 13 years, died early Sunday morning. Funeral services were held that afternoon and the 2 brothers laid to rest in the same grave. Two more brothers were critically ill, and on Monday afternoon the third son, Ernest, age 9 years, passed away. After a short service, his body was laid beside the other brothers; and when the family returned home they found Alfred, age 18 years and 8 months, dying. Tuesday evening, with a short service at the graveside, he was buried beside the others. Each of the boys was sick 11 days, and were supposed to have died of malarial fever, but an autopsy puzzled 8 physicians on this point. The tragedy so stirred the sympathies of that community that they raised a "sympathy" fund (not charity) of several hundred dollars for the parents, who had lived long there and reared a most honorable and respected family. Besides the parents, 4 other brothers and a sister survive.

Hoke, Cleatilde
Cleatilde "Cleo" Hoke - Pueblo Chieftain - March 11, 2009 - Cleatilde "Cleo" Hoke, 79, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on March 8, 2009. Preceded in death by her parents, Ernesto and Gregorita Martinez; sister, Elsie Hand; and brother, Octaviano "Tony" Martinez. Survived by her loving husband, William Hoke; children, William "Alfred" (Lorene Lucero-Hoke) Hoke Jr., Gloria (Chris) Sykes and Dale Hoke; grandchildren, Jamie, Kristen, Cassie, Elliott, Cameron and Preston; great-grandchildren, Cassandra and J.W.; sisters, Theresa Vargas, Carmen Martinez, Lillie Valdez and Dora Guerrero; and numerous other relatives and friends. She was a member of the TREA Auxiliary. Cleo retired from Parkview hospital. She was a great Broncos fan and loved playing bingo. Viewing, 2 to 6 p.m. today, with rosary service to follow at Romero Chapel. Funeral service, 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Romero Chapel. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. Family and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following rosary service only.

Hoke, Eldon Hale
Eldon Hale Hoke - Pueblo Chieftain – August 1, 1919 – Four Young Relatives of Pueblo Lady Die of Unknown Malady – To bury four sons in three days is one of the most heart-rending experiences for a family, and one of the saddest events in any community. The Mound Valley (Kan.) Journal records such an instance there last week. The four brothers were the sons of Mr. and Mrs. George Hoke, who reside near Mound Valley, and they were the nephews of Mrs. Henry M. Christman, 711 W. 14th St., Pueblo. The Journal relates that: Eldon Hale Hoke, age 7 years, died on Saturday, July 19, and that while funeral arrangements were being made, another son, Alva William, age near 13 years, died early Sunday morning. Funeral services were held that afternoon and the 2 brothers laid to rest in the same grave. Two more brothers were critically ill, and on Monday afternoon the third son, Ernest, age 9 years, passed away. After a short service, his body was laid beside the other brothers; and when the family returned home they found Alfred, age 18 years and 8 months, dying. Tuesday evening, with a short service at the graveside, he was buried beside the others. Each of the boys was sick 11 days, and were supposed to have died of malarial fever, but an autopsy puzzled 8 physicians on this point. The tragedy so stirred the sympathies of that community that they raised a "sympathy" fund (not charity) of several hundred dollars for the parents, who had lived long there and reared a most honorable and respected family. Besides the parents, 4 other brothers and a sister survive.

Hoke, Ernest
Ernest Hoke - Pueblo Chieftain – August 1, 1919 – Four Young Relatives of Pueblo Lady Die of Unknown Malady – To bury four sons in three days is one of the most heart-rending experiences for a family, and one of the saddest events in any community. The Mound Valley (Kan.) Journal records such an instance there last week. The four brothers were the sons of Mr. and Mrs. George Hoke, who reside near Mound Valley, and they were the nephews of Mrs. Henry M. Christman, 711 W. 14th St., Pueblo. The Journal relates that: Eldon Hale Hoke, age 7 years, died on Saturday, July 19, and that while funeral arrangements were being made, another son, Alva William, age near 13 years, died early Sunday morning. Funeral services were held that afternoon and the 2 brothers laid to rest in the same grave. Two more brothers were critically ill, and on Monday afternoon the third son, Ernest, age 9 years, passed away. After a short service, his body was laid beside the other brothers; and when the family returned home they found Alfred, age 18 years and 8 months, dying. Tuesday evening, with a short service at the graveside, he was buried beside the others. Each of the boys was sick 11 days, and were supposed to have died of malarial fever, but an autopsy puzzled 8 physicians on this point. The tragedy so stirred the sympathies of that community that they raised a "sympathy" fund (not charity) of several hundred dollars for the parents, who had lived long there and reared a most honorable and respected family. Besides the parents, 4 other brothers and a sister survive.

Hoke, Walter Michael
Walter Michael Hoke - Pueblo Chieftain - October 21, 2010 - Walter Michael Hoke, 92, Pueblo, October 20. Montgomery & Steward.

Holbert, Emily Cecilia
Emily Cecilia Holbert – Pueblo Chieftain – November 10, 1918 – Emily Cecelia Holbert, age 22 years, died at the family residence, 1714 E. 4th St. yesterday afternoon. She leaves a husband, H. R. Holbert and daughter of the family home, a mother, Mrs. Augusta Strand, of this city, two sisters, Miss Jennie Larson, of Ottumwa, Ia., and Mrs. F. W. Morrow of Winnipeg, Canada. The body will be forwarded this morning by the United Undertaking Co. to Ottumwa, Iowa.

Holbrook, Charles C.
Charles C. Holbrook - The LaVeta Advertiser - August 18, 1914 - Judge Holbrook Dies Suddenly at Alamosa - Alamosa, Colo., August 27 - District Judge Charles C. Holbrook, known as the “Seventh Day Adventist Judge”, a Republican leader of the state and one of the three designers of that party for supreme judge, died at his home in Alamosa this morning from heart disease. Judge Holbrook was one of the best known and popular jurists in Colorado. He was born in Russell County, Virginia, July 13, 1848, his father being Col. S. V. Holbrook. He was educated in Virginia and Kentucky, being admitted to the bar in the latter state in 1876, locating at Greenup. In 1877 Judge Holbrook removed to Colorado, locating at Castle Rock. Four years later he was elected district attorney of the Fourth Judicial District, but before the expiration of his term removed to Alamosa. For seven years Judge Holbrook served as attorney for Conejos County and in 1891 was elected judge of the Twelfth District. Judge Holbrook was a Mason and Odd Fellow. August 15, 1862, he was married to Miss Lillie B. Booth, daughter of Levi Booth of Denver. He will be greatly missed throughout the state and particularly in the San Luis Valley.

Holbrook, Robert Franklin
Robert Franklin Holbrook - Dickenson Star - January 7, 2005 - Robert Franklin Holbrook, 84, 216 Avonlea Place, died Wednesday (Jan. 5, 2005) at his residence, following a lengthy illness. Mr. Holbrook was a native of Bull Run and had lived most of his life in Johnson City. He was a son of the late Robert L. Holbrook and Vicie Jane Burton Holbrook and was also preceded in death by his former wife, Mozelle Wolfe Holbrook and three brothers, Curtis Holbrook, Leslie Holbrook and James Holbrook. Mr. Holbrook was a WWII US Army veteran. He was retired from Clinchfield Railroad as an assistant to the trainmaster. Mr. Holbrook attended Oakland Avenue Baptist Church. He loved to dance, tell a funny story, loved people, loved to attend family entertainment shows, travel and played the fiddle in his younger days. Mr. Holbrook is survived by his wife, Joyce Byrd Holbrook, Johnson City; his former wife, Margaret Holbrook, Johnson City; one daughter, Judy Johnson, Limestone; one son, Robin V. Holbrook, Johnson City; three sisters, Norma Franklin, Wilma Babb and Betty Brandon; three brothers, Maynard Holbrook, Noah Holbrook and Freddie Holbrook and two grandchildren, Tekii Boren, Johnson City and Kerree Wheelock, Colorado City, Colorado. Funeral service will be conducted at 8 PM Friday, Jan. 7, from the Morris-Baker Funeral Home South Chapel. Reverend Terry Prater will officiate. Military graveside honors will be held at 10 AM Saturday at Washington County Memory Gardens. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the cemetery. The family will receive friends from 68 PM Friday at the funeral home. For those who wish, memorial contributions may be made to, The American Cancer Society, 508 Princeton Road, Johnson City, TN 37601. Online condolences maybe made via www.morrisbaker.com MorrisBaker Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 2001 Oakland Ave., Johnson City, TN 37601 (4232821521) is serving the family.

Holbrook, Sarita
Sarita Gallagher Holbrook - Pueblo Chieftain - January 18, 2009 - Sarita Gallagher Holbrook broke on through to the other side Jan. 11, 2009. Born in Fort Worth, Texas, lived most of her life in La Junta and Pueblo, Colo. Spent countless hours volunteering to help both friends and strangers. Preceded in death by mother, Ann Gallagher Brock; and grandparents, Leo and Mary Gallagher; Survived by her daughter, Gretchin Lair; her sister, Loretta Briggs; and many friends. Cremation by her request. Her Crystal Ship awaits the scattering of her ashes. Memorial gathering, 4 p.m. Jan. 24, 2009, the Alano Club, 320 Clark, Pueblo, 542-6347.

Holcomb, Alan Lee
Alan Lee Holcomb - Pueblo Chieftain - November 6, 2009 - Alan Lee Holcomb, 43, of La Garita, died Nov. 4, 2009, at his home near La Garita under hospice care. Alan was born Oct. 16, 1966, in Englewood, Colo., the son of George R. and Florence “Flossie” E. Kidwell Holcomb. He married his wife of more than 15 years, Jenene M. Neely, on Nov. 22, 1993, in Alamosa, Colo. Alan owned and operated Rio Grande Power Line Construction as a lineman. He experienced much throughout his line of work and took great pride restoring power lines after many natural disasters including floods, tornados, or other weather- related issues. He tried raising alfalfa for a short time and loved working with his tractor. Alan graduated from Alamosa High School in 1985, and his pitching on the baseball team led them to their first playoff in 23 years. He also enjoyed playing golf, hunting and fishing, and he was an avid outdoorsman. His greatest love was spending time with his family, and especially supporting his children in their sports events and activities. Alan served as a lance corporal in the U.S. Marines during Desert Storm and Desert Shield in the Gulf War. He was honorably discharged in 1992. He is survived by his wife, Jenene Holcomb; and their children, Brittany Jean Elizabeth Holcomb and Caleb Lee Holcomb of the family home; his parents, George and Florence “Flossie” Holcomb of Alamosa; his father-in-law, Jerry Neely of Ordway, Colo.; his brothers and sister, Ralph (Kristen) Holcomb of Monte Vista, Debbie Holcomb of Alamosa and Clay (Brenda) Holcomb of San Antonio, Texas; and his nieces and nephews, Landon, Josh, Kayla and Natalie. His mother- in-law, Bonnie Neely, preceded him in death. A Celebration of Life gathering will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, 2009, at the Center United Methodist Church in Center, Colo. Contributions are suggested to the Holcomb Children's Education Fund in care of the Del Norte Federal Bank or through the funeral home office. Rogers Family Mortuary of Monte Vista is in care of the arrangements.

Holcomb, Brad
Brad Holcomb - Pueblo Chieftain - January 4, 2011 - Brad Holcomb, 28, passed away unexpectedly Jan. 2, 2011, leaving behind his mom, Karen (Wayne) Taylor; sister, Tami (Mike); father, David Holcomb; girlfriend, Eva and her son, Ed. His service will take place at 2 p.m. Thursday, at Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Brad will be sent home to Athens, Texas, for a service and burial at Oaklawn Cemetery. Arrangements by Imperial Funeral Home.

Holden, Catherine E.
Catherine E. Holden – Pueblo Chieftain – October 28, 1919 – Catherine E. Holden, age 48 years, died October 27 at 135 E. 1st St. Body at McCarthy's. Pueblo Chieftain – October 29, 1919 – The body of Mrs. Catherine E. Holden will be sent today by McCarthy to Bartlesville, Okla., for burial. Accompanied by the husband and children. Pueblo Chieftain – October 30, 1919 – The body of Mrs. Catherine Holden was sent yesterday noon to Bartlesville, Okla., by McCarthy, accompanied by husband and children.

Holden, Delos L. (Gen.)
General Delos L. Holden - Pueblo Chieftain – September 7, 1917 – General Holden, First Mayor of Consolidated Pueblo Dies – One of the City's Pioneer Citizens and Prominent Businessman – Delos L. Holden, one of the city's pioneer citizens and the first Mayor of the consolidated city of Pueblo, died yesterday morning at St. Mary's Hospital following an illness of several months. Gen. Holden has been a resident of Pueblo since 1881, and at all times was one of its most loyal and enthusiastic citizens, and to his large circle of friends among whom are all of the old timers, his passing away will bring keen sorrow. "The General" as he was affectionately called by reason of his military activities and service as department commander of the Department of Colo. and Wyo., Grand Army of the Republic, was a type of American of whom all may be proud, upright and straight-forward in all his dealings. Loyal to his friends and to his country in time of its greatest need he will not soon be forgotten by those who knew him. Gen. Holden was born April 6, 1840, at Reading Center, Steuben County, N.Y. Upon the breaking out of the Civil War he offered his services to the government and was commissioned as 2nd Lieut. in the 50th N.Y. Volunteer Engineers and served with that regiment throughout the peninsular campaign of Gen. McClellan and until the return of the army to Wash. His versatility and attitude in military matters received recognition by his appointment to act as adjutant of the regiment and as instructor of non-commissioned officers, and also for service on general court-martial. After resigning from his regiment, Lieut. Holden assisted in the organization of an infantry regiment in Pa., of which he was appointed adjutant, but to his great disappointment, Pres. Lincoln issued orders that no more regiments be accepted (owing to a surplus in the early stages of the war), and Lieut. Holden was regretfully compelled to retire to civil life at Elmira, N.Y., where he went into business. In 1864 he was married to Anna Knight Morss. This marriage was blessed with six children, of whom four survive, two sons, Leonard T. and Delos and two daughters, Mrs. Howard F. Wierum and Mrs. Ora C. Snethen. Mr. Holden closed out his business interests in Elmira in 1881 and moved to Pueblo where he and his brothers organized the South Pueblo National Bank, later known as the Central National Bank, and which afterwards merged with the Western National Bank. It was during this most active period of his career that he was appointed to many positions of honor. An active campaigner in favor of consolidation of the three cities of Pueblo, South Pueblo, and Central Pueblo, he was a logical candidate of the Republican Party for mayor of the consolidated city to which position he was elected in 1886 and in this position his active brain was of great assistance in solving many intricate problems connected with the organizing of a new municipality. From 1888 to 1892 he served upon the staff of Governors Cooper and Routt, with rank of Colonel in the National Guard. From its organization General Holden had been an enthusiastic member of the G. A. R. and was honored with election as Commander of Baldwin Post, Elmira, N.Y., and Upton Post, Pueblo. In 1890 he was selected as Commander of Colo. and Wyo. He was also a prominent member of the military order of the Loyal Legion. Gen. Holden aided in the establishment of the Pueblo Lodge of Elks and became a charter member. He was a lifelong Christian and a member of the First Presbyterian Church of this city. The funeral services will be held at the First Presbyterian Church Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. Hugh T. Gary will conduct the services. The ladies of the Relief Corps will render their ritualistic service at the church and the interment will be at the family lot in Roselawn Cemetery in charge of Pueblo Post No. 8, G. A. R. Pueblo Chieftain – September 8, 1917 – The funeral of General D. L. Holden will be held from the Whiton Chapel this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock and from the first Presbyterian Church at 3 o'clock. The Rev. Hugh T. Gary will conduct the services and the burial will be in the family lot in Roselawn Cemetery. Pueblo Chieftain – September 9, 1917 – The funeral of General Delos L. Holden was held at the First Presbyterian Church yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Rev. Hugh T. Gary, D. D., conducted the services. A quartet composed of Mrs. Alice Killin-Keough, Miss Bernice Parker, William L. Bird and Thomas Christian, with Miss M. B. Sparkus presiding at the organ, sang, "Jesus Lover of My Soul," and "Crossing the Bar." The Woman's Relief Corps also conducted services at the church. The pall bearers were G. L. L. Gann, Gov. Alva Adams, S. D. Trimble, G. F. Harpster, Gomer Williams and M. Studzinski, members of Pueblo Lodge No. 90 B. P. O. E. The honorary pall bearers were W. M. Clark, P. O. Gaynor, T. J. Downen, M. H. Fitch, A. Rood, and S. M. Packard chosen from the members of the G. A. R. The interment was in Roselawn Cemetery where the G. A. R. ritual was rendered. A firing squad from Camp Gunter fired a salute and the bugler sounded taps. The floral offerings were exceptionally beautiful. The arrangements were in charge of the Whiton Mortuary.

Holden, Hiram L.
Hiram Holden - Rocky Mountain News - November 8, 1897 - Suicide of Hiram Holden - Popular Young Business Man of Pueblo Shoots Himself - Pueblo, Colo., Nov. 7 - Business and social circles of Pueblo were profoundly shocked this morning when it was announced that Hiram L. Holden had committed suicide at the home of his parents, where he has always lived in this city. Mr. Holden was but 27 years of age and unmarried, yet for three years or more had held the responsible position of cashier at the Central National bank, with credit to himself and to the institution. It was not long after the occurrence until the fear which has possessed the minds of the members of Mr. Holden's family for a year past became public, that he was suffering from mental troubles which had caused the family much anxiety. His first ailing of this kind dates back about a year, when he suffered a severe attack of typhoid and mountain fever, which almost resulted in his death. Since that time he has been very hard at work and the strain on his mind had been such that in the minds of his friends and according to testimony adduced before the coroner's jury this afternoon he was temporarily insane when he committed the rash act. Bullet Hole in His Head - It seems that last night Mr. Holden played cards with the members of his family at his home until about 10 o'clock, when he went to bed apparently in his usual spirits, which, however, of late have been somewhat sad, even melancholic. This morning at the breakfast hour, 9 o'clock, when he did not appear members of the family called him without receiving an answer, where upon General D. L. Holden, father of the young man, went to his room and was astounded to find his son lying upon the bed fully dressed. He held a revolver in his hand and a bullet hole in the right side of his head too plainly told the cause of his death. The coroner was quickly summoned and the opinion was expressed that the shot was fired at about 8:30 this morning. The fact that it was not heard by any member of the family is to be accounted for by the size of the house and the remoteness of young Holden's room from those occupied by other members of the family. Deliberately Took His Life - He had carefully donned other than his regular business clothes, l