The Tri-County Obituary Project

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



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Baron, Antlon
Antlon Baron – Pueblo Chieftain – September 30, 1912 – The funeral of Antlon (Antion? Anton?) Baron will be held tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock from Davis and Vories' chapel. Interment in Roselawn.

Baros, Abram Jeromey
Abram Jeromey Baros - Pueblo Chieftain - March 24, 2001 - Age 18, of Pueblo, passed away March 22, 2001. Born Aug. 13, 1982, in Pueblo, Colo. Preceded in death by grandparent, Eugene Baros. Survived by his wife Nicole Gurule, Pueblo; sons, Abram Baros Jr., Pueblo, and his unborn son; parents, Judy (David Alarid) Roque, Pueblo, and Robert Roque, Pueblo; brothers, Aaron Baros, Andrew Baros, Alexander Roque, Moses Roque and Mathew Roque, all of Pueblo; sisters, Adrienne Baros and Angelique Roque, Pueblo; grandparents, Genevieve and Gary Burger, Pueblo West; great-grandparent, Molly Ibarra, Pueblo; nephew, Cisco Baros. Also survived by aunts, Sharon Baros and Jeannie Jimenez; numerous cousins, aunts, and uncles. Abram enjoyed basketball, football and bowling. He enjoyed the time he spent with his son and family. No viewing. Memorial funeral service, 2 p.m. Monday at Romero Chapel. Officiant, Andre Fredette. Cremation. Relatives and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall after memorial service.

Baros, Alfonso M. Jr.
Alfonso M. Baros Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - December 03, 2003 - Alfonso M. Baros Jr., 51, passed away Nov. 28, 2003. No viewing or services. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. [No additional information available.]

Baros, Cecilia
Mrs. Cecilia Baros - Pueblo Chieftain - May 25, 1968 - Rosary recitation our chapel 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Celebration Requiem Mass Sacred Heart Cathedral 9 a.m. Monday.

Baros, Cristobal
Cristobal Baros - Pueblo Chieftain - January 26, 1961 - Cristobal Baros of 515 W Sixth. Husband of Mrs. Cecelia Baros, Father of Mrs. Rita Granato, Mrs. Virginia Muniz, Mrs. Eva Ortega, Pueblo; Mrs. Mary Silva, Minturn Colo.; Mrs. Beatrice Wood, Tacoma Wash.; Ernest and Gilbert Baros, Pueblo, and Henry Baros, San Francisco, Calif. Brother of Mrs. Adrian Lovato, Minturn, Colo. Also survived by 22 grandchildren. Member of Sacred Heart Cathedral Parish. Interment Roselawn cemetery.

Baros, Ernest
Ernest Baros - Pueblo Chieftain - November 16, 1977 - Ernest Baros, formerly of Pueblo, passed away unexpectedly Nov. 11, 1977, in San Francisco. Beloved husband of Rose Baros and loving father of Sharon, Victor, Rita, Dennis, Eugene, Randy, Ned, Frank and Betty Baros. Brother of Henry, Mary, Beatrice, Gilbert, Cora and Eva, all of San Francisco, and Rita Granato of Pueblo. Also survived by 13 grandchildren, Veteran of WW11. Rosary was Tuesday; funeral service Wednesday morning, Holy Cross Cemetery, San Francisco. Family may be contacted at 3522 Gentry Town Drive, Antioch, Calif. 94509.

Baros, Eugene Jr.
Eugene Baros Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - March 24, 2001 - Age 23, of Pueblo West, passed away March 22, 2001. Born April 2, 1977, in Pueblo, Colo. Preceded in death by his father, Eugene Baros Sr. Survived by children, Jasmine Baros, Ariana Baros, Alyssa Baros and Eugene Baros III, all of Pueblo; parents, Genevieve and Gary Burger, Pueblo West; sisters, Judy (Dave Alarid) Roque, Pueblo, Sharon (Patrick Perez) Baros, Pueblo, and Jeannie (Chris Pino) Jimenez, Pueblo; stepsisters, Jamie (Dave) Schriener, Glenwood, Jenelle (Angel) Cortes, Florida, and Jo-Lee (Darin) Elderkin, New York; mothers of his children, Sabrina Smalls, Pueblo, and Crystal Sosa, Pueblo; grandparents, Molly Ibarra, Pueblo, and Lucille Burger, Utah. Also survived by numerous cousins, aunts, uncles, nephews, and nieces. Eugene enjoyed the time he spent with his family and all sports. No viewing. Memorial funeral service, 2 p.m. Monday at Romero Funeral Chapel. Officiant, Andre Fredette. Cremation. Relatives and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall after memorial service.

Baros, J. Ned
J. Ned Baros - Pueblo Chieftain - March 16, 2003 - J. Ned Baros, 66, passed away March 12, 2003. Survived by his loving wife, Pat; children, Karen (Terence) Douglas, Cindy (Bob) Barela and Joe (Debbie) Baros; grandchildren, Leticia, Lewis, Ashley, Erik, Lisa, Joe and Isaiah; and numerous brothers and sisters. Preceded in death by grandson, Damien; and brothers, Edward, Robert, Richard and Gene. Ned retired from CF&I after 40 years of employment. He was a certified welder, pipe fitter, millwright and boiler maker. He was also certified over cranes and mobile equipment. Ned was devoted to his family and friends and will be missed by all. Rosary 7 p.m. Tuesday, and memorial service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, both services at Imperial Funeral Home Chapel.

Baros, Maria T.
Maria T. Baros - Pueblo Chieftain - September 05, 2002 - Maria T. Baros, 61, of Pueblo. Born March 7, 1941, in Las Vegas, N.M. Preceded in death by her parents, Jose and Anita Baros; and brother, Chano Tafoya. Survived by her sons, James P. Tafoya, Haiku, Hawaii, and Mark A. Tafoya, Florida; sister, Mary Baros, Pueblo; brothers, Bud Medina, Penrose, Larry Tafoya, Colorado Springs and Gene Tafoya, New Mexico. At her request, no viewing or service. Cremation has taken place.

Baros, Martin
Martin Baros - Pueblo Chieftain - February 27, 2005 - Martin Baros. In loving memory of Martin Baros, 70, who passed away Feb. 24, 2005. Survived by his children, James, Leslie (Dennis), Diane (Dr. Seth), Joan (LeRoy); and eight grandchildren. Preceded in death by his son, David. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Holy Family Church. Inurnment, Imperial Memorial Gardens, with reception to follow inurnment at Holy Family Church Hall. Donations may be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice or the American Heart Association in his memory.

Baros, Mike Sr.
Mike Baros Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - January 12, 1986 - Mike Baros Sr., 84, died Jan. 10, 1986. A Pueblo resident for 57 years. Born in 1901 in Villanueva, N.M., and retired from CF&I Steel Corp. blast furnace department. Preceded in death by wife, Catherine Baros (1973), and sons, Edward, Richard, Eugene, and Robert. Survived by sons, Mike (Maria) Baros Jr., Ned (Patricia) Baros, Donald (Angie) Baros, Anthony Baros, Billy Baros, all of Pueblo; and daughters, Anita Aguilera and Dora (Ben) Molina, both of Pueblo. Also survived by several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nephews, brothers, sisters and many friends. Rosary recitation, 7 p.m. Sunday and Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Monday. Both services, St. Francis Church. Interment, Roselawn. Friends and relatives will be received at 1408 Stone.

Baros, William Sr.
William “Bill” Baros Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - January 08, 2004 - William “Bill” Baros Sr., 41, of Pueblo, passed away Jan. 5, 2004. Born April 1, 1962, in Pueblo, Colo. Preceded in death by his grandparents, Mike (Catherine) Baros, Ralph Iniguez, Eloy J. Abeyta; godfather, Ned Baros. Survived by loving wife, Nellie Baros, Pueblo; sons, William “Bill” Baros Jr., Pueblo, Richard D. Baros and Mark A. Weinberger, both of Poplar, Mont.; daughters, Billie Jo Baros, Dustie Rae Baros, Brandi Lyn Baros, all of Pueblo, Jessica Baros and Katherine Baros, both of Poplar, Mont.; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blas “Billy" (Betty) Baros and Mr. and Mrs. Magdalena (Ben) Trujillo, all of Pueblo; sisters, Roberta (Richard) Robles and Doreen (John) Lopez, both of Pueblo; brother, Ben (Lilla) Trujillo, Pueblo; grandmother, Mary S. Abeyta, Pueblo. Also survived by numerous uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces, cousins and other relatives and friends. William was a hard worker, always ready to help others. He enjoyed watching his children practice sports. He loved going to Phantom Canyon with his family for weekend outings. He enjoyed cooking and taking care of his family. Vigil rosary, 7 p.m. Thursday, memorial service, 10 a.m. Friday; both at Romero Chapel. Relatives and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall after the memorial service. Cremation has taken place. Pueblo Chieftain - January 09, 2004 - William “Bill” Baros Sr., 41, of Pueblo. Also survived by grandmother, Patsy Gomez. Memorial service, 10 a.m. today, at Romero Chapel. Relatives and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall after service.

Barovich, Louise
Louise Barovich - Pueblo Chieftain - February 16, 1987 - Louise Barovich, Feb. 14, 1987. Wife of Louis Barovich. Mother of Mary Lou Little, Las Vegas, Nev. Sister of Adeline (Dan) DiDomenico, La Junta; Beatrice Rovelli, Pueblo; John (Pearl) Mastrini, Pueblo; and Jim (Geri) Mastrini, Pueblo. Sister-in-law of John (Mary) Barovich, Montana; Mike (Kay) Barovich, Montana; Margaret (Bob) Vunovich, Maryland; Nick (Jeanne) Barovich, Arizona; Martha (Al) Wissink, Washington; Luba (Chet) Brown, Pueblo; Margie Mastrini, Pueblo; and Hedy Mastrini, Pueblo. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews and many good friends. Preceded in death by her parents, John and Mary Mastrini, and three brothers, Charles, George, and Frank Mastrini. Mrs. Barovich was born in Pueblo on Nov. 6, 1923, and was a member of Shrine of St. Therese parish. Services, Shrine of St. Therese: Rosary, 7 p.m. Monday; Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Tuesday. Interment, Imperial. The family will receive friends at the church after the Monday evening rosary. Please omit food gifts.

Barr, Albert R.
Albert R. Barr - Pueblo Chieftain - September 25, 1963 - Albert R. Barr. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2 in Valhalla's Garden Chapel, conducted by the Rev. Robert H. Windsor. Interment will follow in Valhalla Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Mr. Barr will lie in state until time of services. The family may be contacted at 1313 Alexander Circle.

Barr, Clyde A.
Clyde A. Barr – Pueblo Indicator – May 28, 1938 – Clyde A. Barr, who was stabbed in an altercation with C.R. Dusenberry, died at a local hospital, Thursday.

Barr, George Melvin
George Melvin Barr - Pueblo Chieftain - November 24, 2005 - George Melvin Barr, 56, of Pueblo, went to be with the Lord on Nov. 21, 2005. He was preceded in death by his parents, Henry Sr. and Gladys Barr. Survived by his loving wife of 27 years, Linda Barr; daughter, Kaylynn (Adam Jaramillo) Walker; stepdaughter, Shawna Valdez; granddaughters, Hope and Jordana Valdez; brother, Henry (Jane) Barr Jr.; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. A special thank you to the staff at Minnequa Medicenter and to Cindy, Ellen and Wanda at the Sangre De Cristo Hospice for the wonderful care you have all given to our family. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service, 1 p.m. Saturday, Romero Chapel. Relatives and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall following the service.

Barrack, Evelyn
Evelyn Barrack – Albuquerque Journal – May 3, 2002 - Evelyn Barrack, 81, was called to be with our Lord Jesus Christ on Monday April 29, 2002, She was a longtime resident of Albuquerque. She was born in Trinidad, Colorado on August 5, 1920 to Oscar and Edna Banik. Evelyn was a beloved wife, mother and friend. Evelyn is survived by her husband, Jimel, Albuquerque, N.M.; son Jim Barrack, Albuquerque, NM; daughters, Connie Aden (Hal), Green Valley, AZ., Nancy Cangiolosi (Joe) Albuquerque, NM, Cynthia McGowan, Sacramento, CA, Jun Barrack Albuquerque NM and Darlene Black (Bud) of Idledale, CO; 16 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren; and sisters, Nedra Mae Gray of Green Valley, AZ and Mary Martha Mason of Denver, CO; and numerous nieces and nephews. Evelyn's fondest memories were taking care of her grandchildren and serving at Glory. At Evelyn's request there will be Charismatic prayer meeting held Friday, May 3 at 7:00 p.m. and a Memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 4. Both services will be at Glory Christian Fellowship, 2421 Wyoming NE. Internment and a graveside service will be conducted at Trinidad Catholic Cemetery in Trinidad, CO. In lieu of flowers, it is requested that donations be made to Glory Christian Fellowship, 2417 Wyoming N.E., Albuquerque, NM, 87112, 275-9623, or the Alzheimer Association, 8100 Mountain Road, N.E., Albuquerque, NM, 87110 or Delta Hospice Inc. 3600 Menual Blvd. NE. 87110

Barraclough, Robert E
Robert E. Barraclough - Pueblo Chieftain - January 29, 2006 - Robert E. Barraclough, 91, of Parachute, Colo., passed away Jan. 18, 2006, at the E. Dene Moore Care Center in Rifle, Colo. He was born April 18, 1914, to Mildred Owens and William Barraclough in North Platte, Neb. On Jan. 20, 1940, he married Barbara Forsythe in Pueblo, Colo. She preceded him in death in 1975. After retiring in 1969 as radio technician from the Pueblo Police Department, he moved to Canon City, Colo., and then to Parachute where he lived for the past 10 years. He is survived by two daughters, Kay (Larry) Soderberg of Parachute, Colo., and Lynne (Jim) Windle of Security, Colo. He is also survived by four great-grandchildren, Jordan and Robert Burks of Denver, and Cody and Sharla Jean Windle of Colorado Springs. No services are planned. Inurnment will be at Roselawn Cemetery in Pueblo.

Barratt, Mary A.
Mrs. Mary A. Barratt - Pueblo Chieftain - November 11, 1917 - The funeral of Mrs. Mary A. Barratt took place yesterday afternoon at 2;30 from the First Presbyterian church. The Rev. Hugh G. Gary conducted the services. The pallbearers were J. M. Williams, S. D. Snyder, Wm. Gamble, Edw. S. Card, C. C. Richards and F. D. Miller. The flower bearers were Max Morton, and J. D. Morton. Mrs. Jean Groff accompanied by Mrs. Arsdale sang “Asleep in Jesus” and “Some Time We'll Understand.” Interment was in Roselawn under the direction of the McCarthy Undertaking Co.

Barraza, Katherine Montez
Katherine Montez Barraza - Pueblo Chieftain - May 22, 2000 - Katherine Montez Barraza, 43, of Greeley, formerly of Pueblo, passed away May 20, 2000. Born Feb. 13, 1957, in Pueblo, Colo. Preceded in death by her father, Nick Montez. Survived by her children, Antionette Montez, Security, Colo., Elva Chavez and Crystal Montez, both of Pittsburg, Pa.; grandchildren, Monique and Felicia Montez, both of Security, Colo.; parents, Pablo and Frances Marmolejo, Pueblo; sisters, Alberta (Eduardo) Madrid, Greeley, Colo., Mary Louise Rivera, Pueblo, Colo., and Lucille Romero, of Denver, Colo.; stepbrothers, Charles (Lee) Marmolejo and Art Marmolejo, both of Pueblo, Colo., Jorge (Gina) Marmolejo, Salida, Colo.; stepsisters, Joann (Armando) Trujillo, Pueblo, Colo., and Diana (Bill) Miera, Colorado Springs, Colo.; uncle, John (Aurora) Herrera, Pueblo, Colo.; also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Viewing, 1-7 p.m. today at Romero Funeral Chapel. Vigil rosary, 7 p.m. Monday at Romero Funeral Chapel. Funeral Mass, 1 p.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph Church, Rev. Bob Carden, celebrant. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery.

Barren, Shirley V.
Shirley V. Barren - Pueblo Chieftain - July 14, 1986 - Shirley V. Barren, 63, died Thursday, July 10, 1986, at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital, Pueblo. She was born May 24, 1923, to Frank and Nora Parsons in Weston, where she lived her entire life. On Jan. 31, 1945, she was united in marriage to Stanley S. Barren Jr. Shirley was very active in many local civic activities. She was a charter member of the Stonewall Community Church and Stonewall volunteer fire department; president of the Las Animas County Cowbelles; member of the Order of Eastern Star, Chapter No. 1, Territorial Daughters of Colorado, and many other organizations. She also was vitally interested in Camp Salvation at North Lake. Shirley was preceded in death by son, Grant, in 1947. She is survived by her husband, Stanley, of Stonewall; son, Lance R. (Kathy) Barren, and two granddaughters, Jennifer and Heather Barren, all of Lake wood; three sisters, Myrtle (John) Waite, Grand Junction, Winifred (William) Lewis, Laguna Beach, Calif., Marion (Tom) Keating, Phoenix, Ariz.; brother, Bob (Betty Ann) Parsons, Stonewall; uncle, Clifford (Faye) Coe, La Veta; two aunts, Mildred Irwin, Mancos, Alice Weaver, Cedaridge; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 15, at Stonewall Community Church, with the Rev. Joseph Saint officiating, followed by interment in Stonewall Community Cemetery. Friends wishing to do so may make memorial contributions to Camp Salvation in care of Stonewall Community Church, Star Route 1, Weston, Colo., 81091.

Barrera, Anita Beatrice
Anita Beatrice Barrera - December 09, 2000 Anita Beatrice Barrera of Commerce City, a homemaker, died Monday. She was 41. Services were Thursday at Our Lady Mother of the Church. Interment was in Olinger Crown Hill Cemetery. She was born Nov. 6, 1959, in Denver. She married Jesus Barrera. She was a member of Our Lady Mother of the Church. She is survived by her husband; two sons, Michael Sandoval, Denver, and Jesus Jr., Commerce City; three daughters, Michelle Sandoval, Maria and Marisela, all of Commerce City; her father, Phillip Sandoval, Walsenburg; her mother, Mary Sandoval, Denver; and one grandchild.

Barreras, Lawrence Lee
Lawrence Lee Barreras - Pueblo Chieftain - June 18, 1998 - Lawrence Lee Barreras, 31, of Pueblo, passed away June 16, 1998, in Pueblo. Born March 26, 1967, in Pueblo. Preceded in death by grandparents, Lee and Lera Tafoya. Survived by mother, Dorothy (Paul) Rodriguez, of the family home- father, Cecil Lawrence (Adela) Barreras, Sacramento, Calif.- brother, Chris Sanchez, Pueblo- sisters, Valerie (Pedro) Torres, Pueblo, and Renee Barreras, Colorado Springs- grandparents, Cecil and Rosalie Barreras, Colorado Springs- nephews, Lawrence Barreras and Pedro Torres Jr.- niece, Gabriela Torres. Also survived by aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of other relatives and friends. Viewing, 1-6 p.m. Friday, at Romero Chapel. Funeral service, 11 a.m. Saturday, at Romero Funeral Chapel. Relatives and friends will be received at the family home, 53 Wheatridge.

Barrett, Charles
Charles "Chuck" Barrett - Pueblo Chieftain - September 17, 1986 - Charles "Chuck" Barrett, Sept. 16, 1986. Husband of Florence Barrett; stepfather of Rebecca Romero and Kathleen Herrera, both of Pueblo; Dolores Trimble, Texas, and Charlene Dadnam, California. Brother of Edward Barrett, San Pedro, Calif.; Beatrice (John) Lopez, Lakewood, Calif.; Alice (Louie) Olguin and Stella (Leo) Ulibarri, both of Pueblo. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. A veteran of the U.S. Army Air Force during WWII, Mr. Barrett was a member of Church of Christ, Southwest Pueblo. He was employed by the University of Southern Colorado before retiring in 1981. Services, 3 p.m. Friday, George McCarthy Historic Chapel, conducted by Elder von Graham. Cremation, Almont Crematory. The family may be contacted at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Olguin, 1928 E. 14th St.

Barrett, Clifford O.
Clifford O. Barrett - Pueblo Chieftain - July 24, 1987 - Clifford O. Barrett, 64, of Bronte, Texas, died July 22, 1987. Mr. Barrett was born in Champion, Texas, and was raised in the west Texas area. He married Mary B. Lee in Roscoe, Texas, on March 21, 1942. They moved to Pueblo that year and made their home there until moving to Bronte in 1971. Mr. Barrett was an insurance casualty adjuster. Survived by wife, Mary B. Barrett, Bronte; daughters, Meredith (Harry) Jackson, Fairfield, Calif., and Melinda (Wayne) McCutchen, Knickerbocker, Texas; brothers, J.C. Barrett, Sweetwater, Texas, and Terry S. Barrett, Blackwell, Texas; sister-in-law, Sadie Barrett, widow of Alvin, Pueblo; grandsons, David S. Jackson, Mesa, Ariz., and Jon M. and Clifford Paul Jackson, both of Fairfield; granddaughters, Morgan Lea and Ashley Jordan McCutchen, both of Knickerbocker; and several nieces and nephews. Service, 2 p.m. Friday at First Baptist Church of Bronte. Burial will follow in Fairview Cemetery in Bronte.

Barrett, Grace Tueller
Grace Tueller Barrett - Pueblo Chieftain - January 15, 1999 - Grace Tueller Barrett, 89, born Oct. 19, 1909, passed away Jan. 13, 1999. Survived by daughters, Gay (Jack) Cooper of Ault, Colo., and Clare (Darrell) Essex of Cypress, Calif., four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her husband, LeGrande Barrett. Mrs. Barrett retired after 18 years as a teacher from Morton Elementary School. Private family services have been held. Memorial contributions may be made to Morton Elementary School: attention Theresa, 1900 W. 31st, Pueblo, Colo. 81008, in her memory.

Barrett, Joseph
Joseph Barrett - Pueblo Chieftain - May 5, 1916 - The funeral of Joseph Barrett will take place this afternoon at 2:30 from the family residence, 1701 west Twenty-Second Street. Rev. Thomas Cassady and Rev. F. C. Lewis will conduct the services. Interment will be in the family plot at the north side Masonic cemetery in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking company.

Barrett, Lillian H.
Lillian H. Barrett - Pueblo Chieftain - December 04, 1998 - Lillian H. Barrett, went to be with our Lord on Nov. 29, 1998, after a lengthy illness, she was 77 years old. Lillian was born on April 27, 1921, on a farm near Belleville, Kan., to the union of Henry F. Benyshek and Marie (Richecky) Benyshek. She was united in marriage to Bill Barrett on Dec. 2, 1945. They would have celebrated their 53rd anniversary this month. She was preceded in death by her parents- her sisters, Eleanor Hyder, Lorraine Abrahams, Esther Edwards- and grandson, Joshua Lee Barrett. She is survived by her husband, Bill- sons, Michael (and partner Tommy Lo) of Alexandria, Va., Bruce (Roxanna) Barrett of Omaha, Neb.- two granddaughters, Anita and Trisha Barrett of Omaha, Neb.- along with six nieces and five nephews. A private family memorial was held Thursday, Dec. 3, at Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Inurnment was at Roselawn Cemetery. The family respectfully requests the omission of flowers. Those who wish may make donations to Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 704 Elmhurst Pl., Pueblo, Colo. 81004.

Barrett, Mary Belle
Mary Belle Barrett - Pueblo Chieftain - July 31, 1987 - Mary Belle Barrett, 62, of Bront, Texas, died July 29, 1987. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Harry (Meredith) Jackson of Fairfield, Calif., Mrs. Wayne (Melinda) McCutchen of Knickerbocker, Texas; three sisters, Mrs. Betty Ivy of Fort Worth, Texas, Mrs. Nelda Lester of Eunice, N.M., and Mrs. Raymond ("Bobbie") Carr of LaMesa, Texas; five grandchildren, David S. Jackson of Mesa, Ariz., John M. and Clifford Paul Jackson of California, Morgan Lee and Ashley Jordan McCutchen of Knickerbocker. She was born in Oklahoma, was raised in west Texas and attended school in Loraine, Texas. She married Clifford Barrett on March 21, 1942, in Roscoe, Texas. They moved to Pueblo in 1942, where she owned and operated a beauty shop. She moved to Bront in 1971. Past member of Park Hill Baptist Church, Pueblo. Service will be 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, at First Baptist Church of Bront, with Dr. Harry Jackson of Calvary Baptist Church of Fairfield, Calif., officiating, assisted by Charles Woodward,' pastor, First Baptist Church of Bront. Burial, Fairview Cemetery, Bront.

Barrett, Thomas J.
Thomas J. Barrett - Pueblo Chieftain - October 25, 1987 - Thomas J. Barrett. Husband of the late Mariam Perry Barrett. Father of Thomas (Dianne) Barrett, Lakewood, William (Sharon) Barrett, Hoehne, Michael (Diane) Barrett, Westminster, Mary (Joe) Frischella, Albuquerque, N.M., Kathleen (Dana) Audette, Providence, R.I., Margaret (Bob) Carter, Brighton, and VanDora (John) Richards, Aurora. Brother of Agnes O'Rourke, Walsenburg, Mary Rasher, Colorado Springs, and Neil Sharpe, Sacramento, Calif. Survived also by 18 grandchildren, one great-grandchild, numerous nieces and nephews.

Barrett, Vance H.
Vance H. Barrett - Pueblo Chieftain - February 05, 1999 - Vance H. Barrett, 85, passed away Feb. 3, 1999. Member, Holy Family Church, Eagles No. 145 and Elks No. 90. Preceded in death by his first wife, Josephine Barrett, 1980; daughters, Connie Honsbehn and Mary Lee Cornell; and brothers, Claude Barrett, Barney Barrett and Cecil Barrett. Survived by loving wife, Sarah (Miller) Barrett; children, Geraldine (Lynn) Ewart, Missouri, Joyce (Jack) Tully, Pueblo, Vance (Lynette) Barrett, Alaska, and Earnest (Barbara) Barrett, Pueblo; stepchildren, Chuck (Dawn) Miller, Pueblo, Bill Miller, Texas, Jim Miller, Butch Miller, Gloria Miller, Mary Urban and Edna Wolf, all of Pueblo, and Ginger (Jack) Sanders, Michigan; 24 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. Public visitation, 1 to 5 p.m. today at the funeral home. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, 1999, T.G. McCarthy Rose Chapel. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery.

Barringer, Virginia Mae
Virginia Mae Barringer - Colorado Springs Gazette - August 15, 1995 – Virginia Mae Barringer, 76, who worked in production at Max Factor in Los Angeles before retiring, died Aug. 11, 1995, at a local hospice. No services are planned. Imperial Funeral Home in Pueblo is handling arrangements. Mrs. Barringer was born Feb. 17, 1919, in Prairie du Chein, Wis., to Frank and Frieda (Graap) Valant. She was married July 20, 1963, in Inglewood, Calif., to Lyndon S. Barrington, who survives. She also is survived by two sons, Dennis of Colorado Springs and Richard of San Diego; a daughter, Donna of Fargo, N.D.; a brother, Francis of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; a sister, Meta of Milan, Ill.; five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild. Mrs. Barringer had been an area resident since 1977 and previously lived in California.

Barris, Myrtle F.
Myrtle F. Barris - Pueblo Chieftain - May 28, 1987 - Myrtle F. Barris, 220 W. 15th, May 27, 1987. Wife of Samuel J. Burris, who passed away May 25, 1973. Mother of Helen Louise (Jack) Lacey, Coalinga, Calif., and Charles R. (Mary Jo) Burris, Omaha, Neb. Sister of Elizabeth B. Dealing, Homelake, Colo. Survived also by several nieces and nephews, including Catherine Datz and Agnes Davis, Denver, and Lavina Joswiak, Pueblo, as well as nine grandchildren and three great-grandsons. Preceded in death by her parents, William and Barbara Worker, as well as three brothers and a sister. For many years, Mrs. Burris was employed as a legal secretary for a private law firm and also was employed in Crowley County Courthouse. She retired about 30 years ago and had been a Pueblo resident since 1974. She was a member of Sacred Heart Cathedral, the Cathedral Altar and Rosary Society; the National Association of Retired Federal Employees, Chapter 118; AARP and Royal Neighbors of America. Services, Sacred Heart Cathedral: Rosary recitation, 7 p.m. Friday, and Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Saturday. Interment, Roselawn. The family respectfully requests the omission of food and flowers. Friends who wish are asked to send memorials to the Sacred Heart Cathedral Renovation Program through the funeral home office.

Barron, Amelia G.
Amelia G. Barron - Independent - June 1, 1961 - Amelia G. Barron, Sister of Judge, Dies in Trinidad Miss Amelia G. Barron of Walsenburg, sister of Huerfano County Judge Joseph A. Barron, passed away in a Trinidad hospital Monday after having been ill for some time. She was 71. Born in Taos, N.M. on December 12, 1889, Miss Barron was a daughter of Bonifacio and Desiderio Barron. The family moved to Walsenburg on May 17, 1901. Miss Barron went to grade school in Walsenburg and was graduated from Huerfano County High School in 1911. After attending the teachers college in Greeley, she taught in Huerfano County schools for three years. Later, she was a manager of the Huerfano Trading Company for several years. On December 30, 1926, she was graduated from the Bertha de Wolfe School in Denver as a chiropodist and received her license to practice from the Colorado State Board of Medical Examiners on January 4, 1927. She practiced in Walsenburg until last fall when she retired because of ill health. In addition to her brother, the deceased leaves a sister, Mrs. Julia B. Sanchez, Walsenburg; six nephews and a niece. Requiem High Mass will be sung at St. Mary Church at 9 a.m. Friday. Burial will follow in the old St. Mary Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Joseph B. Barron, S.J. Sanchez, Aloysius J. Sanchez, Barron Cordova, Frank Zehna, and Augustine Pacheco. The Furphy Mortuary is handling arrangements. - Amelia Barron - Independent - June 1, 1961 - Here for Barron funeral In town for the funeral of Miss Amelia Barron are S.J. Sanchez and Al G. Sanchez of San Francisco and Mountain View, Calif., who are guests of their mother, Mrs. Julia B. Sanchez. At the home of Judge and Mrs. Joseph Barron are her mother, Mrs. C.S. Page of Vallejo, Calif., brother, C.F. Page and wife of Denver; the Barrons' son, Joseph B. Barron, and wife of Colorado Springs, Hector Cordova of San Diego, Calif., and Barron Cordova and family of Trinidad.

Barron, Aurora L.
Aurora L. Barron - Colorado Springs Gazette - March 9, 2008 - December 24, 1914 - March 5, 2008. Aurora L. Barron, 93 years of age, passed away at Aspen Living Center, Colorado Springs, on March 5, 2008. Aurora was born December 24, 1914 in Pecos, New Mexico to the union of Juan and Lourdes (Montano) Lopez. She is preceded in death by her husband Manuel Barron and son Louis Barron. Also preceded in death by her sister Isabelle Ceballes and brother Tony Lopez. Aurora is survived by her children Theresa Ortiz and Jenny (Joe) Martinez of Colorado Springs and Archie (MaryEllen) Lopez and Ignacio (Priscilla) Barron of Pueblo, Colorado. Also survived by nine grandchildren, several great grandchildren, as well as great-great grandchildren, and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. Viewing, 1-4 P.M. on Sunday, March 9, 2008, Swan-Law Mortuary. Rosary and Mass of Christian Burial at Lady Of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Colorado Springs on Monday, March 10, 2008 at 10:30 A.M. Interment follows at Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Family will host a reception at the Guadalupe Church Hall after interment.

Barron, Esther Page
Esther Page Barron - Huerfano World - March 22, 1990 - Esther Page Barron, 84, of Walsenburg, died in Colorado Springs March 16, 1990, after a lengthy illness. Born August 30, 1905, after graduating in 1923 from Cazinovia Seminary in upstate New York, she came to Denver where she attended Denver Beauty School. In 1927, after graduating, she came to Walsenburg and found work at the Barron Barber Shop on East Sixth Street. There she met Joseph A. "Pepe" Barron and they were married the next year. Mr. Barron was elected to the state house that year and served one term. She stayed in Walsenburg, working at the Barron Shop, Christy's and for several years, at Nina Taylor's Beauty Shop on Main Street. Survivors include her son, Joseph B. Barron, Colorado Springs; a brother, Franklin Page, Scottsbluff, NE, six grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service was Monday from J.M. Antle Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in North St. Mary's Cemetery. J.M.. Antle Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Barron, Fred I.
Fred I. Barron - Independent - September 22, 1947 - F.I. Barron, Local justice, Dies Saturday - Fred I. Barron, 69, for many years justice of the peace and police magistrate in Walsenburg and Huerfano County, died Saturday morning in a Pueblo hospital. He had been ill for some weeks from a heart ailment. Judge Barron had been a continuous resident of Walsenburg for 46 years, coming here in June 1901 from Taos, N. Mex., where he entered the confectionery business. He retired from business world in 1938. In 1936 he was elected to the office of justice of the peace and served in this capacity until the time of his death. He was well-known and beloved throughout the community, and was active in civic enterprises during his entire life. Judge Barron was born January 11, 1878, in Taos, and was a member of a prominent family of the Southwest. Survivors include one brother, Joseph A. Barron, Huerfano county judge; and two sisters, Mrs. Julia Barron Sanchez and Miss Amelia Barron, all of Walsenburg; and by six nephews and one niece. Rosary services will be held at the family home, 321 West Sixth street this evening at 7:30. Funeral services will be held tomorrow (Tuesday) morning at 8:30 at the home, and at 9 o'clock at the St. Mary church where Requiem High Mass will be recited. Interment will be in the family plot at the St. Mary cemetery under the direction of Furphy Mortuary. Members of the city and county administrative offices will serve as escorts. Pallbearers will be Ralph Levy, Juan A, Medina, A.M. Guerrero, Ernest Krier, W.W. Hammond, Victor Mazzone, Dave Atencio, and Mike Reviglio. City and county officials will act as honorary escorts. SPECIAL NOTICE: All members of the Catholic Daughters of America are urged to attend rosary services for Judge F.I. Barron at the family home, 321 West Sixth street, this evening at 7:30.

Barron, George D.
George D. Barron - Pueblo Chieftain - November 27, 2001 - George D. Barron, 57, of Pueblo. Memorial funeral service, 3 p.m. today at Romero Chapel. Cremation. [No additional information available.]

Barron, Iona
Iona Barron - Pueblo Chieftain - April 17, 2003 - Iona Barron, 84, passed away April 15, 2003. Iona was born on Aug. 14, 1918, in Cherokee County, N.C., the second of the nine children of Mattie Taylor and Howard Stiles. With the coming of World War II, Iona was recruited to support the nation's defense. Relocating to Dayton, Ohio, she helped manufacture military aircraft. There she married the father of her devoted daughters, Barbara (Roger) Heaver, Chris (Nick) Nicholl and Terry Holt. Iona moved to Pueblo in 1949. She completed her working career as a custodian at the Colorado State Hospital, retiring after 20 years of service. As a single parent, and with virtually no assistance, Iona heroically and selflessly raised her three daughters. Iona's painting, "Daisies" was selected for the cover art for the 2003 Alzheimer's Art Auction. Iona's ageless beauty was matched by her generous spirit and her love of family. She cherished her siblings; her daughters; and her six grandchildren, Shannon, Jasmin, Krystal, Aaron, Jason and Tim; and her many great-grandchildren. In return, she was cherished by her family and most especially by granddaughters, Jasmin Holt and Krystal Mize who helped to look after her. Visitation, 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday, at Imperial Funeral Home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Friday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Barron, Joseph A.
Joseph A. Barron - Huerfano World - October 14, 1976 - Joseph A. Barron - Funeral Friday for Joseph A. Barron Former Huerfano County Judge and prominent Walsenburg Attorney - Joseph A. Barron died early Tuesday, Oct. 12, 1976 at Huerfano Memorial Hospital of heart failure. Born Sept. 1, 1898 in Taos, NM, the son of Mr. And Mrs. Bonifacio Barron, he came to Walsenburg with his parents at the age of five years. He attended the local grade schools, Regis High School in Denver, and Denver University. He graduated from Creighton University Law School in 1925. Mr. Barron was a one time associate of the Internal Revenue Service, worked in the County Assessor's office for four years and served two terms as state representative before being elected county judge. He held that position for 30 years, after which time he opened a law office at 418 Main Street in Walsenburg. He married Esther Page on Oct. 14, 1928 in St. Mary Church in Walsenburg. Mr. Barron was a member of St. Mary Church and the Colorado Bar Association. Survivors include his wife, of the family home, 321 West Sixth St., and a son, Joseph B., Colorado Springs, seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Scripture rosary will be said at 7:30 pm Thursday (today) at St. Mary Church and Mass of Š. Church. Burial will be in North St. Mary Cemetery. Furphy Lawson Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Huerfano World - October 28, 1976 - A tribute to Judge Joseph Barron - Editor's Note: The following is a letter to Judge Joseph A. Barron's son, Joseph B. Barron. The letter was written by a cousin, Pauline C. Sanchez of California, after the Judge's death on Oct. 12. Barron thought it a fitting tribute to his late father and wanted to share it with World readers. Dear Joe, You may or may not remember me, but I seem to recall a boy called "Deedee" with a dog, Pidgie, and a little girl named Carol always tagging behind him. But the warmest and best of my Walsenburg recollections has to do with two wonderful men, your father and mine. In many ways they were somewhat alike. They were gentle and kind the pure of heart. I respected and admired them. I loved them both. In the over seven years that I worked for and with your father, I got to know him well, and he was like a second father to me. In my times of stress and need I could always count on him -- as could so many other people. He was consolation, compassion, encouragement and quiet strength, and did so many good things! His faults, if any, were never of the spirit. You cannot possibly ever know how much this generous man did for so many for so little in return, except perhaps the satisfaction one derives from helping those in need. What he gave in great abundance was the gift of himself to those less fortunate the gift that comes from the soul. The illiterates, the vulnerable and defenseless, the kids in trouble, the poorest of the poor (and there were so many of them) came to him in droves looking for Senor Barron, "el Juez" ("The Judge") or just "Pepe," He was not a politician1s politician. The toothy fake smile and glad-hand were completely foreign to him but he got elected time after time because they knew who and what he was honesty and trust a rarity indeed especially in politics. They will feel his loss very much. The last time he came to California, Alo and I took him to a small beach down by Carmel and we had a picnic on the sane. He was in very good spirits and enjoyed himself immensely, with all three of walking along the beach reminiscing about a great many things. So it is with the greatest sadness and heavy heart that I say "hasta la vista" to this unselfish and honorable man. I shall miss not seeing him again. Sincerely and with great sympathy to you and your family from both Alo and myself, /s/ Pauline C. Sanchez

Barron, Oscar Lawrence
Oscar Lawrence Barron - Pueblo Chieftain - June 20, 2000 - Oscar Lawrence Barron, 86, a resident of Pueblo and former resident of Trinidad, passed away on June 18, 2000, at Parkview Hospital. Oscar was born Oct. 18, 1913, in Bartlett, Kan., to Stanley and Bunola Barron, who preceded him in death. He graduated from Trinidad High School and worked at Bancroft-Marty Feeds for several years. Oscar served during World War II in the Pacific Theater from 1941-45. He then worked for the Colorado Department of Highways until his retirement. Oscar was preceded in death by brothers and sisters, Grant, Earl, Christine and Lena Barron. He is survived by his wife, Iona Stiles Barron, Pueblo; brother, Stanley (Linda) Barron Jr., Stonewall, Colo.; children, Les (Judy) Barron, Barbara (Roger) Heaver; Chris (Nick) Nicholl, Terry Holt, Stanton Barron and Vivian Barron; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and other relatives. Graveside service, 11 a.m. Wednesday, June 21, Imperial Memorial Gardens, Pueblo. After the service, a reception will be held at a location to be announced at the service. The family may be contacted at (719) 583-4107.

Barron, Stanley S. Jr.
Stanley S. Barron, Jr. - Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home – January 20, 2004 - Stanley S. Barron, Jr., age 82, passed away at home on January 17, 2004. He was born on July 4, 1921 in Trinidad, Colo. to Stanley S. and Bunola Barron, Sr. Stan graduated from Sopris High School in 1939. During high school he set several longstanding state records in distance running. He attended TSJC flight school from 1939 through 1941. Stan joined the Army Air Force (Aviation) in 1942. Stan served in WWII flying 30 missions in B-17s and B-24s over Europe. During the last five missions, he commanded a B-17 named "Colorado Eagle" as the pilot. He was married to Shirley Parsons on January 31, 1945. This 42-year union resulted in two sons- Grant D. Barron in 1947 and Lance R. Barron in 1951. On November 17, 1990, Stan married Linda T. Anderson. Stan started volunteering at the Stonewall Fire Department in 1949, serving as Fire Chief for 39 years. He also volunteered for the Las Animas County Sheriff's Department. He was a longstanding member of the Southern Colorado Cattleman's Association, serving at least twice as President. He was a member of the Purgatory Soil Conservation Board from 1967 to present. During this membership he served as President for 18 years. Stan was a member of the Division of Wildlife Habitat Protection Plan from 1980 to present. He also served on the Bosque del Oso Management Advisory Committee, Trinidad/Las Animas County Chamber of Commerce. He served as a board member of TLAC chamber from 1994-95. He served as chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Stonewall Community Church and the Stonewall Cemetery and was a board member for Camp Salvation. Stan was an avid supporter of the Las Animas County 4-H clubs. He was a licensed surveyor since 1969 and was the noted authority on land surveys and property boundaries throughout southern Colorado. He was employed with Parsons Ranch from 1946-64, CF&I from 1963-85 and Evergreen Land Company from 1985-1987. He was a member of Trinidad Masonic Lodge from 1947 to present, serving as Master of Lodge in 1981 and 1985. He was also a 50 year member of Southern Colorado Consistory Scottish Rite Masons, Trinidad York Rite Masonic Bodies, Al Kaly Shrine, Order of the Eastern Star, American Legion, VFW, and Trinidad Elks Lodge. Stan received the following awards: Division of Wildlife Landowner of the Year (2001), Chamber of Commerce Chenoweth Award (1998); Goodyear/NACO Conservation Award of Merit (1994) and Colorado Association of Soil Conservation Districts Distinguished Service Award (1999). Stan was preceded in death by his parents, Stanley S (1977) and Bunola (1966) Barron, Sr.; first wife, Shirley (1986); son, Grant D. Barron (1949); sisters, Zelpha (1910) and Lenna (1925) Barron and brothers, Oscar L. (2000), Grant (1944) and Earl F. (1944) Barron. He is survived by his wife, Linda T. Barron of Stonewall; son, Lance R. Barron of Littleton; granddaughters, Jennifer M and Heather M. Barron of Lakewood; nephews, Lesley (Judy) Barron of Penrose and Larry Parsons of Weston; stepdaughters, Loan (Dan) Maas of Firestone, Colo. and Lynn (Russell) Worley of Thornton, Colo.; mother-in-law, Tu Phan of Thornton, Colo.; brothers-in-law, Thanh (Nhien) Phung, Steve (Lillian) Phung and sister-in-law Nhan (Ngoc) Nguyen; step-grandchildren Timothy and Nathan Worley and Calvin Maas; additional relatives and numerous friends. Visitation will be held Friday, January 23 from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral Service will be Saturday at 11:00 a.m. at the Stonewall Community Church with Pastor Dave Cook officiating. The active pallbearers will be Bob Holder, Louis Ossola, Ken Lutz, Tom Verquer, Ken Torres and Warren McDonald. Honorary pallbearers will be Bill Prator, Joe Hadad, Bob Parsons, Albert Robinson, Larry Parsons James(Howard) Pollard, Bernard Gonzales and Charles Nichol. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made in honor of Stan to the Stanley Barron, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund c/o Secretary, Trinidad Lodge No. 28, A.F.&A.M., 132 E. Main St., Trinidad, CO, 81082. The family of Stanley Barron has entrusted the arrangements to the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home.

Barros, Donna
Donna Barros – Record Journal of Douglas County – November 29, 1912 – Hacks Woman to Death With Ax – Aguilar – Revenge for his arrest because he slapped Mrs. Donna Barros, 78, prompted Jose Romero to assault the woman with an ax. He beat her almost to a pulp, broke her arms in several places, caved in her chest and split her head. She is dead.

Barros, Janice Finn
Janice Finn Barros - Huerfano World - December 20, 2001 - In Loving memory of Janice Finn Barros, December 2, 1953, died December 11, 1999, two years ago. - Verse - By Donna Martinez, Denver Colorado.

Barros, Joseph A.
Joseph A. Barros - Huerfano World - February 21, 2008 - Joseph A. Barros was born in Walsenburg on July 24, 1947 to Joe and Odilia Barros. He passed away in Denver on February 16, 2008. He was a disabled veteran. He is survived by sisters, Rebecca Griego, Simona Gallegos, Aberdeen Reza, Theresa Barros and Lucy Barros; brothers, Eugene (Josie) Barros and Richard Barros; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Joe and Odilia Barros and a brother, Orlando Barros. Memorial Mass at St. Mary Church Saturday, Feb. 23 at 10 a.m., Walsenburg. Internment in the Valdez Cemetery, Highway 10, Walsenburg, CO. Military honor guard at cemetery.

Barros, Orlando
Orlando Barros - Huerfano World - July 22, 1993 - Former Walsenburg resident Orlando (Sonny) Barros, died June 3, 1993 in Denver after a two-year illness with cancer. He attended Huerfano County High School and was an avid basketball player. Mr. Barros was employed by the US Postal Service in Denver for 27 years. He is survived by his mother, Odilia Barros Lombordelli, Las Animas; sisters, Rebecca Griego, Simona (Sammie) Gallegos, Theresa Barros and Lucy Barros; a brother, Richard Barros, numerous nephews and nieces.

Barrows, Betty E.
Betty E. Barrows - Pueblo Chieftain - February 15, 2003 - Betty E. Barrows, 78, of Pueblo West, formerly of Florence, died Feb. 12, 2003. She was born July 8, 1924, in Dayton, Tenn., to Hubert and Myrtle (Green) Newell. She graduated from Rhea Central High School in 1942. In 1945 she graduated from Newell & Newell Nursing School as a registered nurse. She was married to Charles S. Barrows on Aug. 2, 1947, in Ringgold, Ga., he preceded her in death on March 18, 1983. Mrs. Barrows moved to Florence in 1963, where she worked as a RN at St. Joseph Hospital for 26 years. She loved to travel and had traveled extensively while living in Tennessee. She also enjoyed "reading" Talking Books. She is survived by her children, Barbara Barrows of Pueblo West, Colo., Catherine Barrows of Deerfield, N.H., Charles S. Barrows Jr. (Jackie) of Midwest City, Okla., John Barrows of Oklahoma, James Barrows of Florence, Colo., Dorothy (Bob) DeMaio of Casa Grande, Ariz., and Margaret (Glen) Leatherbery of Howard, Colo.; brothers, Joe (Martha) Newell of Dayton, Tenn., Richard (Patty) Newell of Hixson, Texas; sister-in-law, Mary (Joseph) Jackson of Signal Mountain, Tenn.; brother-in-law, Earl (Elaine) Barrows of Arkansas. Eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren also survive. Visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 17. A celebration of her life will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 18. Graveside at Union Highland Cemetery in Florence. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Colorado Talking Books through the funeral home office. Services are under the direction of Charles Anthony Funeral Home of Florence.

Barry, Elma
Elma Barry - Pueblo Chieftain - February 23, 2001 - Elma Barry, passed away 2/19/2001. She is preceded in death by her husband Jess Barry and son Jess (Marilyn) Barry. Survived by her son Charles Barry; grandsons Jim (Tacy) and David Barry; great grandsons Ben and Scott Barry; numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Service at 1p.m., Friday Mountain View Cemetery.

Barry, Jess Jr.
Jess Barry Jr. – Pueblo Chieftain - November 24, 1997 - Jess Barry Jr., passed away Nov. 22, 1997. Survived by his mother, Elma Barry- wife, Marilyn Barry- sons, Jim (Tacy) Barry and Dave Barry, all of Pueblo- and grandsons, Ben and Scott Barry. Also survived by brother, Charles Barry, Pueblo- and numerous cousins including Tom and Ruth Smith, Pueblo. Preceded in death by his father, Jesse R. Barry Sr. Graveside service, Tuesday, 1 p.m., Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor's choice in Jess' name. The family may be contacted at 160 Encino.

Barry, Mary
Mary Barry - Pueblo Chieftain - October 9, 1914 - Miss Mary Barry, age 69, died last night at the residence of her sister Mrs. Martin King, corner Eighteenth and Summit Street. Miss Barry has been a resident of Pueblo for the past 19 years. Remains are at the residence under care of the McCarthy Undertaking company. Funeral announcement will be made later.

Barsgard, Edna
Edna Barsgard - Pueblo Chieftain - January 07, 1998 - Edna Barsgard, 98, passed away Jan. 6, 1998. Preceded in death by her husband, Albert Barsgard. Survived by daughter, Orphia Grap, Pueblo, Colo. Grandmother of Ron (Jean) Grap, Rocky Ford, Colo., Dale (Marie) Grap, Pueblo, Colo., Kaye (Herb) Holthoff, Baker City, Ore., Karen (Bill) Eggerman, New Jersey, and Terry (Mary Jo) Grap, Richmond, Va. Also survived by 11 great-grandchildren and 10 great-great-grandchildren. Mrs. Barsgard was employed at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital for 17 years. After her retirement, she became a volunteer at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital for 10 years finally retiring at the age of 75. She is the last of a family of 12 children. Cremation, Almont Crematory. At Mrs. Barsgard's request, there will be no services.

Bartalussi, Caroline
Mrs. Caroline Bartalussi - World Independent – September 23, 1957 - Mrs. Caroline Bartalussi Dies At Age 83, In Daughter's Home - Mrs. Caroline Bartalussi died here at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Conder, Saturday evening. Mrs. Bartalussi was born at Alie, Italy, January 6, 1874. She came to this country with her family as a young girl, the family settling at Iron Mountain, Mich., where she married George Bartalussi. After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Bartalussi came to Colorado where Mr. Bartalussi lost his life in a mine accident in Leadville. In 1915, the family moved to Dawson, N.M. where they lived until 1922 when they came to Huerfano County. Mrs. Bartalussi was a member of St. Mary's Church. She is survived by three sons: Sonto, of Carson City, Nev., Louis of Windover, Utah, and Angelo of Walsenburg; by four daughters: Mrs. Augustine Conder and Mrs. Rose Yourick of Walsenburg, and Mrs. Anna Fosseco of Pueblo, and Mrs. Mary Robinson of Los Angeles. She is also survived by 13 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Recitation of the Rosary will take place at St. Mary's Church tomorrow at 7:15 p.m. The funeral will leave Furphy Mortuary Chapel Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. Requiem High Mass is to be at St. Mary's church at 9 a.m. with interment at St. Mary's cemetery.

Bartalussi, Virginia
Virginia Bartalussi – Huerfano World – February 9, 2006 – Virginia Bartalussi, 95, passed away February 5, 2006. She has jointed her husband, Angelo; brother, Albert Pierotti and son-in-law, Don Noga. Survivors include two daughters, Dorothy Barbari and Jolene Noga; three brothers, Steve Pierotti, Walsenburg; Lou Pierotti, Los Alamos, NM; Mack Pierotti, Salt Lake City, UT; one sister Julia Supancic, Walsenburg; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Services will be held at St. Mary Church on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2006 at 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers send donations to Sister Carol at the Outreach Program at St. Mary.

Bartek, Robert W. Sr.
Robert W. Bartek Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - April 15, 2003 - Robert W. Bartek Sr., 74, passed away April 14, 2003. Survived by his wife, Goldie; children, Joanne (Royce), Shirley, Dickie, Bonnie (Chuck), Sherry (Richard), Art (Peggy), Gary, Robert, Paul, Merry (Larry), Alan and Rose (Dave); sisters, Flosie and Alice; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by his son, Randy. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, at the Montgomery & Steward Chapel.

Bartell, Elaine M.
Elaine M. Bartell - Pueblo Chieftain - December 6, 2006 - -Elaine M. Bartell, 76, passed away Dec. 4, 2006. Preceded in death by her husband, Clifford E. Bartell Sr. on May 6, 1988. Survived by her children, Clifford E. (Treasa) Bartell Jr., Pueblo, Gary L. (Mary McClenahan) Bartell, Aurora, Colo., and Curtis M. (Tammy L.) Bartell, Aurora; brother, Arthur (Meda M.) Antonioni Jr., Pueblo; grandchildren, Romalia Bartell, Tre Bartell, Delton Bartell, Curtis C. Bartell, Jamie L. (Jamie) Pryor and Desiree (Paul Tate) Boyce; and great-grandchildren, Devin Pryor, Hannah and Olivia Tate. Elaine was born to Arthur and Romalia Antonioni on April 7, 1930, in Walsen Camp, Colo. She retired from the PAD as a optical technician in 1978. An active member of Shrine of St. Therese, where she was a member of Order of Martha and CCW. She was also a member of Eagles Aerie No. 145 Auxiliary and REAC. Viewing, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today, Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Rosary, 7 p.m. today, and funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Thursday, with the Rev. Father Liam Courtney as celebrant. Both services at Shrine of St. Therese, 300 Goodnight Ave. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. Those who desire may make memorials to the Shrine of St. Therese, through Montgomery & Steward.

Bartels, Adolph
Adolph Bartels – Pueblo Colorado Daily Chieftain – October 3, 1872 – Died in Pueblo, on the 1st inst., Adolph Bartels, son of Henrietta and Julius F. Bartels, aged two years.  The funeral will take place this afternoon, at three o'clock, from the family residence on 4th street.

Bartels, John N.
John N. Bartels - Pueblo Chieftain - September 13, 1921 - The funeral of the Rev. John N. Bartels was held in the St. Paul M.E. church Monday morning at 10 o'clock with the Rev. C. W. Hancher D.D. officiating. Mrs. W. J. Kidd, accompanied by Miss Mabel Stackus, sang "Nearer My God to Thee" and "Abide with Me". The pallbearers were the Reverends R. M. Dunn, A. W. Hall, J. H. Ketchum, F. H. Zimmerman, R.D. Mulhollen, and James Berry. The church was well filled with old time friends of the deceased. The burial was in Roselawn in charge of Whiton-Mahar.

Bartels, Julius (Mrs.) (Henrietta)
Mrs. Julius Bartels – Pueblo Colorado Daily Chieftain – December 12, 1872 – Deceased. – We are pained to learn that our townsman, Julius Bartels, Esq., has met with a great domestic affliction in the loss of his wife, who died at the residence of her parents, two miles east of Denver, on Tuesday last, after an illness of some weeks.  The deceased was a lady highly respected for her moral and social worth, and her loss will be sincerely mourned by a large circle of friends, both in this city and at Denver.  Mr. Gustave Bartels and Mrs. Rettberg left for Denver yesterday, to attend the funeral, which will be held at ten o'clock this morning.

Bartels, Kenneth M.
Kenneth M. Bartels - Pueblo Chieftain - October 04, 2000 - Kenneth M. Bartels, 83, passed away Oct. 2, 2000, at home. Survived by his wife, Bonnie Bartels; 11 children; 30 grandchildren; and 36 great-grandchildren. He was a loving husband, father, and grandfather and will be greatly missed by all. Viewing, noon to 5 p.m. today and Thursday. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Friday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens, with honors presented by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.

Bartels, Louis F.
Louis F. Bartels – Pueblo Colorado Daily Chieftain – July 28, 1874 – Mr. Louis F. Bartels, of the firm of Bartels Bros., of this city, died at Denver last evening, at 8:30.

Barter, Fern Ann
Fern Ann Barter - Huerfano World - June 4, 1998 - Fern Ann Barter, 74, of Avon Park, FL., and former Walsenburg resident, died at her home May 25, 1998. Mrs. Barter is survived by her husband, Ward Barter, former pastor of United Church of Walsenburg. She taught school in Walsenburg for 20 years and was principal of Hill School for two years.

Barter, Mary
Mary Barter - Blue Valley Times - May 3, 1912 - Two Women are Drowned - Pueblo - Blinded by the heavy rains and failing to hear the warning cry of the man on horseback who was piloting them through the storm, Miss Mary Barter, aged twenty-three, and a woman with whom she lived on a dry claim, Mrs. Springer, aged about sixty, were drowned near Haswell in Kiowa county. The wagon in which they were riding went into an arroya which had become a river of raging waters a mile wide.

Barth, Glen L.
Glen L. Barth - Pueblo Chieftain - November 01, 1998 - Glen L. Barth, age 88, of Holly, Colo., departed this life Oct. 30, 1998. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3, 1998, at the Holly United Methodist Church. Burial at the Holly Cemetery. Visitation, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday at the Holly United Methodist Church. Memorial contributions to the Holly Volunteer Ambulance Fund.

Barth, Minnie
Minnie Barth – Pueblo Colorado Daily Chieftain – July 3, 1873 – We regret to learn that P. J. Barth's little daughter, Minnie, died yesterday afternoon. The cause of death, we understand to have been cholera infantum. The loss of this charming little one is keenly felt by the parents, and casts a cloud of sorrow over their household that will not soon pass away, even through the warmest sympathy of friends. The funeral will take place from St. Peter's Church, at half past two o'clock, today, July third.

Barthel, Clover
Clover Barthel - Pueblo Chieftain - October 19, 2003 - Clover Barthel, 89, passed away Oct. 17, 2003, in Pueblo. Survived by her husband, Floyd R. Barthel, Grand Junction, Colo.; daughter, Betty Sanders, Pueblo; grandchildren, Ralph (Apple) Sanders and Rick (Molly) Sanders, all of Pueblo; great-grandchildren, Rick (Lupe) Sanders, Jeremiah Carlstrom and Amy (John) Voss; great-great-grandson, Jayden Sanders and her sister, Mary (George) Kristoff and family of Sacramento, Calif. Also survived by close friends, Richard and Connie Humphrey of Grand Junction. There will be no viewing or service. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

Barthleson, Janie S.
Janie S. Barthleson - Pueblo Chieftain - October 26, 1929 - Mrs. Janie S. Barthleson, age 44 years, died at the residence, 624 West Fourteenth street, Saturday evening. She is survived by her husband, Claude Barthleson and seven children. The body is being cared for at the Davis Mortuary.

Bartleson, Maxine
Maxine Bartleson - Pueblo Chieftain - December 04, 2001 - Maxine Bartleson, 79, passed away Dec. 2, 2001. Beloved wife of William L. Bartleson. Much loved mother and grandmother of Judy (Donald), Stephen (Trina), Joy and Shana Dowd of Penrose, Colo. Friend and co-worker of many people during her long career in banking and other business endeavors. At Maxine's request, no service will be held.

Bartleson-Danielson, Eva L.
Eva L. Bartleson-Danielson - Pueblo Chieftain - June 11, 2002 - Eva L. Bartleson-Danielson passed away June 9, 2002, in Pueblo. She was born March 31, 1924, in Kingman, Kan., to George and Linnie Walters Reid and had lived in Pueblo since 1942. Eva was employed at Pueblo Bank and Trust for 48 years and was a charter member of the King of Kings Lutheran Church where she was very active. Mrs. Danielson was preceded in death by her parents; husbands, John L. Bartleson and D. Howard Danielson; and a son, Michael Greene-Bartleson. She is survived by her sons, Jeff (Rose) Bartleson of Pueblo, Doug (Susan) Danielson of Denver; sisters, Mable (Lynn) Mark of Colorado City, Hazel (Joseph) Pires of Missouri; a sister-in-law, Wilnet Reid of Maine; a brother-in-law, Bill Bartleson of Pueblo; her grandchildren, Curtis (Kenna) Simpson of Pueblo, Michael (Jamie) Simpson of Nebraska, Jacob Greene-Merrion of Littleton; a great-grandson, Carter Simpson; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Mrs. Danielson will lie in state at the mortuary from 3 until 8 p.m. on Wednesday. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, June 13, 2002, at 11 a.m. in the King of Kings Lutheran Church, 2561 Vinewood. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. Donations in memory of Eva may be made to the King of Kings Lutheran Church Memorial Scholarship Fund direct or through the mortuary.

Bartlett, Charley F.
Charley F. (Buzz) Bartlett - Sapulpa Herald, Creek Co., Oklahoma - December 6, 1987 - Charley F. (Buzz) Bartlett, 89, Sapulpa, died Saturday at Bartlett Memorial Medical Center. Services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at the sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church, Sapulpa, with the Rev. Thomas Eggebeen officiating. Burial will be in South Heights Cemetery under the direction of Smith Funeral Home. The son of Harry W. and Maud Bartlett, he was born Nov 28, 1897, on the Bartlett farm north of Mannford, Indian Territory. He attended Mannford grade school. As a student at Sapulpa High School, he was a star quarterback and halfback on the Chieftain football teams from 1915-1917. Mr. Bartlett continued his education at Kemper Military Academy, Oklahoma Epwirth University at Guthrie and finally at the University of Oklahoma. He played football at O.U. under veteran coach Bennie Owen. In 1918, following the O.U.-Kansas game he and some teammates entered the U.S. Army. During military service, he was stationed at Camp Zachery Taylor in Booneville, Ky. After World War I, he began cattle ranching in the Huerfano River area in Colorado. He married Genevieve Sexauer at Guthrie, Okla., on Dec 17, 1919. She preceded him in death. During a recession in the beef industry in 1924, he joined his father in the oil business in Creek County. He was a driller, truck driver, tool dresser and pusher. He joined his brother Edward Bartlett in the Bartlett Collins Glass industry in 1930. He served in the production and sales departments. Charley was vice president of the company until the death of his brother, Edward in 1979. He served as president until his retirement in 1981 after 51 years with the company. Buzz Bartlett donated generously to many charities including the Bartlett Memorial Medical Center. He and his brother, Dr. M. S. Bartlett, organized the Doc and Buzz foundation in 1964 for the purpose of presenting scholarships to deserving students at Oklahoma State University, Tulsa University and especially the University of Oklahoma. The foundation has also presented scholarship awards to outstanding football players. The most sentimental thrust of the foundations has been the support of O.U. mascots Boomer, Sooner and the Sooner Schooner. Survivors include daughter Mrs. Joe (Peggy) Sherwood of Sapulpa; brother Dr. M. S. Bartlett of Sapulpa; two grandsons and six great-grandchildren.

Bartlett, Clara V.
Clara V. Bartlett - Pueblo Chieftain - March 19, 2003 - Clara V. Bartlett, 77, passed away March 18, 2003. She is predeceased by her husband of 53 years, Raymond L. Bartlett; and parents, Melvin Frederick and Lena Richardson. She is survived by her children, Carol (Jerry) Hunter, Allan J. Bartlett and Douglas M. Bartlett; grandchildren, Dena Hunter Truman, Tiffany Hunter and Elise Howland; great-grandchild, Melea Krabach; siblings, Dorothy (Paul) Kovach, Shirley Standfill and Albert Richardson; numerous nieces, nephews, grandnieces and nephews. Clara retired from Colorado State Hospital after 30 years of service as a registered nurse. She was a beloved mother and sister and hero to all who knew her. Her inspiration in our lives will carry forward through the many generations who were blessed by her presence, her guidance and her example. She devoted her retirement to caring for her husband and her family, including her circle of friends, bingo buddies and slot-playing pals. Clara would have us all to know: only the good is real. She was good to all of us. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Friday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Reception to follow chapel service at Imperial Reception Hall.

Bartlett, Raymond L.
Raymond L. Bartlett - Pueblo Chieftain - October 03, 2001 - Raymond L. Bartlett born June 13, 1925, in Detroit, Mich., left to be with his heavenly Father on Sept. 30, 2001. He leaves to cherish his memory his wife of 55 years, Clara Bartlett; children, Carol (Gerald) Hunter, Allan (Linda) Bartlett and Douglas Bartlett; two granddaughters; two grandsons; two great-granddaughters; numerous nieces and nephews; 10 siblings; and all family members of the Bartlett and Richardson families. Ray resided in Pueblo since 1946. He was an avid stamp collector, loved classical music and was an artist (painter). He was a member of Aerie No. 145 Eagles Lodge. Viewing, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. Graveside service, 11 a.m. Thursday, Imperial Memorial Gardens, with military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team. Friends and relatives will be received at Imperial Reception Hall following the ceremony. Services will be conducted by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Bartlett-Miller, Lena
Lena Bartlett-Miller - Weekly Ignacio Chieftain - October 22, 1915 - Mother of Nine Dies - Adams - Mrs. Lena Bartlett-Miller died here after a short illness. Her husband is a gardener. She leaves a family of nine children, the youngest being about seven months old.

Bartley, A. Elizabeth
A. Elizabeth Bartley - Pueblo Chieftain - August 07, 1999 - A. Elizabeth Bartley, 85, passed away Aug. 4, 1999. Preceded in death by husband, Thomas L. Bartley, and brother, Palmer McCloskey. Survived by three stepchildren and brothers and sisters, Donald McCloskey, Maurice McCloskey, Eloise DeGeer and Christena McFatridge. Mrs. Bartley is retired from the Army Nurse Corps and the Colorado State Hospital. Immediate cremation, Almont Crematory. Graveside inurnment, Monday, 10 a.m., Memorial Gardens. In lieu of food and flowers, donations can be made to the Colorado Mental Health Institute Auxiliary through the funeral home.

Bartley, DeLois Jean
DeLois Jean Bartley - Pueblo Chieftain - July 07, 1999 - DeLois Jean Bartley, age 67, passed away July 6, 1999. Wife of Dr. Thomas D. Bartley, of the family home in Beulah and mother of Thomas E. Bartley, Gainesville, Fla., Jacquelyn Bartley, Columbia, S.C. and Marianne Bartley-Lehman (Jeffrey), Fulton, Mo. Survived also by her mother, Delia Walters of Pueblo, Colo.; grandchildren, Antoinette Bartley and Thomas W. Bartley of Denver, Colo.; and her cousin, Sharon Strephmeier of Marion, Ill. Mrs. Bartley was born in Marion, Ill, graduated from Washington University School of Nursing and served as a registered nurse for many years at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis. Member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Beulah, where she served as choir director and Eucharist minister. She also was active in parish work at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Gainesville, Fla. before she and Dr. Bartley returned to Pueblo in 1988. Member of Beulah Belles, Beulah Book Club and the Beulah Card Club. She also enjoyed cooking and was active in the Alachua County Riding Association in Gainesville and was a docent at Rosemount Museum. Funeral Mass, Thursday, 2:30 p.m., Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Beulah, Colo. Interment, Beulah Cemetery. The family respectfully requests the omission of flowers. Memorials may be made to the Washington University School of Nursing Scholarship Program in care of the funeral home office. The family will greet friends at the parish hall following the interment service.

Bartley, John Gordon
John Gordon Bartley - Pueblo Chieftain - January 6, 1987 - John Gordon Bartley, 75, of Denver. Born in Sheridan Lake, Colo., June 15, 1911. He moved to Pueblo at an early age with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartley. He was a graduate of the School of Law at the University of Colorado in Boulder. In 1940, he married Cora Mae Stamps. They lived in Pueblo where he practiced law for 20 years and also served as police magistrate. In 1959, he was appointed referee in bankruptcy for the state of Colorado, and he and his family moved to Denver. From 1964 until his retirement in 1976, he served as legal counsel for the Small Business Administration in Denver. He was also a member of Elks Lodge No. 90. He is survived by his wife, Cora Mae Bartley; daughter, Ann Zarn of Conifer; sons, Don, Jay, and Lee Bartley; four grandchildren, Megan, Sarah and David Bartley and Drew Zarn; sisters, Mrs. Frank Mooney and Virginia Root and brother, Robert Bartley. Funeral services were held Jan. 5 at Fairmount Mortuary, Denver. Interment, Fort Logan National Cemetery.

Bartlo, A. N.
A. N. Bartlo – Telluride Daily Journal – March 16, 1906 – Frightful Wreck – Fast Passenger Trains Meet in Head On Collision – Note: A. N. Bartlo is listed among the dead of the Adobe Train Disaster, March 16, 1906. A. N. Bartlo: From Salida, Colorado, age 44. Note: A. N. Bartlo was buried in Fairview Cemetery in Salida, Chaffee County, Colorado. Cemetery records state that he was born in December (1859?) 1861 and died on March 16, 1906. Source: Colorado newspaper coverage. See Adobe Train Wreck, 1906 for in depth coverage of this disaster.

Bartlo, Grace
Grace Bartlo – Telluride Daily Journal – March 16, 1906 – Frightful Wreck – Fast Passenger Trains Meet in Head On Collision – Note: Grace Bartlo is listed among the dead of the Adobe Train Disaster, March 16, 1906. Grace Bartlo: From Salida, Colorado, age 16. Note: Grace Bartlo is listed on a marker in Fairview Cemetery in Salida, Chaffee County, Colorado. Her body was never recovered. Cemetery records state that she was born on January 1, 1890 and died on March 16, 1906. Source: Colorado newspaper coverage. See Adobe Train Wreck, 1906 for in depth coverage of this disaster.

Bartolo, Joseph
Joseph Bartolo - Pueblo Chieftain - October 02, 2005 - Joseph Bartolo, 74, formerly of Pueblo, died Sept. 28, 2005, in Broomfield. Service will be held at Holy Name Catholic Church, 3290 W. Milan in Englewood, Colo., 80110, at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005. Viewing will be at 10:30 a.m. Burial will be at Fort Logan at 1 p.m. following the service. He is survived by children, Tracy Rogers, Scott (Julie) Bartolo, Cheri Bartolo, Christy (Larry) Wilson, Michael Bartolo, Anthony (Lean) Bartolo; brother, Peter (Althea) Bartolo; sister, Marie (Joe) Marcovecchio; and ex-wife, Charlotte Bartolo. For more information, call Michael Bartolo at 720-935-5669. Arrangements through All Veterans Funeral Home, Wheatridge, Colo.

Bartolo, Margaret A.
Margaret A. Bartolo - Pueblo Chieftain - September 24, 1999 - Margaret A. Bartolo, 41, daughter of Linda and Frank Bartolo Sr., departed this life Sept. 22, 1999. Margaret was preceded in death by grandparents, Joseph and Josephine Corsentino and Rocco and Maria Bartolo; and beloved aunt, Alvira Mauro. She is survived by her parents, Frank and Linda Bartolo; sister, Jodene (Doug) Kissler, Castle Rock; brothers, Frank Jr. (Diana) Bartolo, Anthony (Sandra) Bartolo, David (Joelen) Bartolo, all of Pueblo, and Michael (Kyle) Bartolo, Rocky Ford. Also survived by uncles and aunts, Helen Mosco, Patti Corsentino, Sam (Connie) Corsentino, all of Pueblo, Andrew (Betty) Corsentino, Denver, and James (Cathy) Corsentino, Georgia; as well as nieces and nephews, Lauren, Nicole and Kristi Bartolo, Andrew and Samantha Bartolo, James Bartolo, Jenilyn Bartolo, Mark and Stephen Kissler; and very special cousins and friends. Margaret was born and raised on the St. Charles Mesa and attended District 70 schools, University of Southern Colorado and Phillips University. She worked as a speech-language pathologist in School District 70 until 1987 and most recently for School District 11 in Colorado Springs, where she served for 12 years. Margaret's love for and dedication to her special needs children was an inspiration to all. Her tireless efforts allowed children to flourish. Visitation, 2 to 5 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Saturday, St. Joseph's Church in Blende. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. In lieu of food and flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Prospect Home Care Hospice or Early Childhood Development Center in care of the funeral home office.

Bartolo, Pete J.
Pete J. Bartolo - Pueblo Chieftain - November 12, 2006 - Pete J. Bartolo, 79, beloved husband and father, passed away Nov. 8, 2006. Preceded in death by his father, Peter J. Bartolomucci; mother, Bernice; brothers, Anthony and Joseph. Survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Althea; son, Aaron Bartolo; sister, Marie (Joe) Marcovecchio; aunt, Marquerite Ciavaglia; uncle, Dominic Bucciarelli; numerous nieces and nephews. He was affectionately called "Papa Pete" by Chanel and Austin, children of Jeff and Roxanne James. Pete was raised in Salida, Colo., and enjoyed hunting and fishing in the mountains of that area. He was the owner and operator of many businesses throughout the years. For the last 28 years, he owned and operated AAA Bar Bakery and Restaurant Equipment Supply. Pete had a strong work ethic and enjoyed whatever venture he pursued. Visitation, 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday, at the funeral home. Recitation of the rosary, 7 p.m. Sunday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral Mass, 2 p.m. Monday, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery with military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.

Bartolomucci, Bernice
Bernice Bucciarelli Bartolomucci - Pueblo Chieftain - April 12, 2005 - Bernice Bucciarelli Bartolomucci, 100, born Jan. 6, 1905, in Caramanica, Italy, passed away April 8, 2005. Preceded in death by her parents, Domenico and Angelantonia Bucciarelli; husband, Pete Bartolomucci; and son, Edward Bartolomucci. Survived by her children, Pete (Althea) Bartolo, Marie (Joe) Marcovecchio, and Joseph Bartolomucci; brother, Domenick Bucciarelli; sister, Marguerite Ciavaglia; 12 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren; also preceded in death by her brothers, Joe, Jerry, Carl and Frank; sister, Rose Bucciarelli; granddaughter, Michelle Bartolomucci; and great-grandsons, Gregory Nardini and Nathan Marcovecchio. Bernice married Pete Bartolomucci on June 19, 1925. Otherwise known as "Beans, Speedy and or Grandma Grape," she enjoyed her grandchildren and was an excellent cook. Her hobbies consisted of sewing, crocheting, gardening and fishing. She was determined to live to be 100 years old and according to her she accomplished this by working hard, growing her own food and not eating out. Bernice was a member of the National Mushroom Club and enjoyed many mushroom hunting adventures. At her request, there will be no viewing. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Thursday, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery.

Bartolotti, Frank
Frank Bartolotti - Akron Weekly Pioneer Press - May 8, 1914 - Ludlow Fire Horror - Blamed on Militia and Mine Guards by Coroner's Jury - Men Under Command of Linderfelt and Hamrock Fired Strikers' Tent Colony, is Finding - Trinidad, Colo. - The jury conducting the coroner's inquest into the cause of the Ludlow disaster returned a verdict Saturday implicating the militia, mine guards, Maj. Patrick Hamrock and Lieut. K. E. Linderfelt. The jury was out one hour and returned two separate counts, the first of which is as follows: "Alfred Martin, member of the militia; Presno Larce, Louis Tikas, Frank Snyder, Frank Rubins, James Tyler, Frank Bartalato and Charles Costa came to their deaths by bullet wounds in the battle between the militiamen under Major Hamrock and Lieutenant Linderfelt and mine guards, on one side, and strikers on the other; said battle held in or about Ludlow on the twentieth day of April, 1914." The second count reads: "Cardelima Costa, Petra Valdez, Rogaro Pedregone, Clovine Pedregone, Lucy Costa, Oragio Costa, Elvira Valdez, Mary Valdez, Eulaila Valdez, Rodolso Valdez, Frank Petrucci, Lucy Petrucci and Joseph Petrucci came to their deaths by asphyxiation or fire, or both, caused by the burning of the tents of the Ludlow tent colony, and that fire on the tents was started by militiamen under Major Hamrock and Lieutenant Linderfelt or mine guards, or both, on the twentieth day of April, 1914. Signed Casimiro Cruz, Foreman. George Stracy, M. W. Babcock, A. W. Nash, F. J. Doveton, J. W. Bartlett." When asked if he would file complaints against Hamrock and Linderfelt on the findings of the coroner's inquest, J. J. Hendrick, district attorney, said he would do nothing until he learned what the people most closely interested in the outcome of the inquest were going to do. Routt County Sentinel - May 8, 1914 - Commission at Ludlow Camp - Cause of All Trouble Due to the Importation of Lawless and Ignorant Foreigners - Denver, May 2 - Absolute responsibility for the fatal battle of Ludlow Monday, April 20, was placed upon the Greeks of the strikers' colony at Ludlow by the military board consisting of Judge Advocate Major E. J. Boughton, Captains W. C. Danks and Phillip S. Van Cise of the Colorado National Guard. This commission was appointed April 25 by Adjutant General Chase with instructions to report on all the incidents of the battle, preceding and subsequent, and to make such report "without malice or favor." The officers examined under oath all officers and prisoners, "as many as possible of the soldiers, deputies, mine guards and townspeople of Ludlow and nearby coal camps." They made strenuous effort to obtain testimony of strikers but without success reporting that a personal request made upon Mr. Lawson and Mr. McLennon, strike leaders, in Denver, was answered in their presence by Mr. Hawkins, their attorney, "declining to give us any information upon the ground that our inquiry was not publicly conducted." The board found that the "remote cause of this as well as other battles, lies with the coal operators who established in an American industrial community a numerous class of ignorant, lawless and savage South European peasant. The underlying cause was the presence, near Ludlow, in daily contact of three discordant elements - strikers, soldiers and mine guards - all armed and fostering an increasing deadly hatred which sooner or later was bound to find some such expression. The immediate cause of the battle upon the soldiers by the Greek inhabitants of the tent colony who misinterpreted a movement of troops on a neighboring mine." Concerning Louis Tikas, the Greek leader who was killed in the battle, the report says: "During the evening Louis Tikas, James Filer and an unknown striker were taken prisoners. Lieutenant K. E. Linderfelt swung his Springfield rifle, breaking the stock over the head of Tikas." This incident followed a heated controversy between the lieutenant and the Greek. The report continues: "An attempt to hang Tikas went so far that a rope was produced and thrown over a telegraph pole. This lynching was prevented by Lieutenant Linderfelt, who turned Tikas over to a non-commissioned officer, whom he directed to be responsible for his life. Shortly afterward all three prisoners were killed by gunshot wounds. The only bullet found in his body was of a kind not used by the soldiers, although the two other wounds might have been made by Springfield rifle bullets of the uniformed men." Relative to the suffocation and the burning of two women and eleven children in the tent colony the report says: "Eleven children and two women were smothered to death in a small pit under one of the tents. None of them was hit by a bullet. The pit was not large enough to support the life of such a number for many hours. The construction of the pit made it a veritable deathtrap and its inmates probably died from suffocation before the tents were burned. When found there were no signs that the women and children had crowded into the entrance of the pit as would have been the case had they attempted to rush out when the tent above caught fire." The report states that the colony was looted by participants and spectators in the battle and that 15,000 rounds of ammunition were taken from the tent marked "headquarters of John Lawson." Only one person was killed or wounded in the colony by a gunshot. Frank Snyder, a 12-year-old boy, was shot in the head. His father stated that evening that his boy had gone outside the tent and was shot in the forehead while facing the arroya from which the strikers fire came." The colony was not swept by machine guns. This is proved by the fact the chicken houses, out houses, tent frames and posts still standing in the colony exhibit no bullet holes while the buildings and fences along the railroad track are riddled with bullet holes made by the machine gun." The board recommended that a general court-martial be appointed to try all officers and enlisted men participating in the treatment and killing of prisoners and the burning and looting of the tent colony, that the legislature establish a permanent state constabulary so that the "young men of our national guard may be relieved from engaging in riot duty with a people numbering among them ferocious foreigners whose savagery in fight we find exemplified in the killing of Major Lester while under Red Cross protection and the maiming and mutilation of Privates Martin, Hockersmith and Chavez." The report continues: "We strongly urge the state and federal governments to proceed at once to the apprehension and punishment of all persons engaged as instigators or participants in the treasons, murders, arsons and other acts of outlawry in this state since the battle of Ludlow. We find that in apparent anticipation of a preparation for the battle of Ludlow, rifle pits were prepared by the strikers on the south side of their colony along the country roads and close to the tents and along the west side of the colony. These rifle pits show conclusively the careful and deliberate preparation of the strikers for the battle and their location along the front and side of the colony nearest to the militia camp nearest which they could not be defended against firing into the colony. Such care had the strikers themselves for their women and children, that these pits were located where any return of the fire from them would be drawn directly into the colony itself." Note: The monument to the Ludlow Massacre lists his name as Frank Bartolotti, and gives his age as 45. The newspaper listed him as Frank Bartolato.

Bartolotti, John
John Bartolotti – Pueblo Indicator – April 25, 1914 – Thirty-Three Dead at Ludlow – Mothers and Babies Slain in Safety Pits – Note: John Bartolotti is listed among the dead of the Ludlow Massacre, April 20, 1914. John Bartolotti: age 45, miner on strike. Source: Ludlow Monument. Note: The newspapers also list him as John Bartolino and John Bartalato. See http://www.kmitch.com/Huerfano/ludlow.html for in depth coverage of this disaster.

Barton, Calvin J.
Calvin J. Barton - Pueblo Chieftain - April 23, 1986 - Calvin J. Barton, 79, passed away on April 22, 1986. Survived by son, Ronald L. Barton of Pueblo; brother, Raymond (Kay) Barton of Bonner Springs, Kan.; and sister, Daisy (Alvin) Englebrecht of Idaho. Mr. Barton was born Dec. 16, 1906, in Otho, Iowa, and lived in Pueblo for the last 40 years. He was a retired laundry worker from Colorado State Hospital. Visitation hours from noon until 5 p.m. today, Imperial Funeral Home. Funeral service at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, April 24 at Imperial Chapel. Interment, Hillcrest, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Family will receive friends at 225 Nelson following interment.

Barton, James K.
James K. Barton - Pueblo Chieftain - November 30, 1987 - James K. Barton, 73, passed away at St. Joseph Hospital in Florence on Nov. 28, 1987. Mr. Barton is survived by his wife, Mary Barton; six children, Maureen (Rick) Smith of Georgia, Eileen Marie, Robert (Darlene) Khaler, James R. Barton, Mary (Robert) Middelkamp, Bridget (James) Peterson, all of Pueblo. He also is survived by five brothers and sisters, Pauline Boomershine, Orval Barton, Mary Leglighter, Katherine Brown and A. L. Barton, and numerous relatives. Visitation hours from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 30, 1987, at Imperial Funeral Home. Scripture service will be on Tuesday, Dec. 1, 1987, at 10:30 a.m. at Imperial Chapel. Entombment at Imperial Memorial Gardens, Pieta Mausoleum.

Barton, John J.
John J. Barton - Pueblo Chieftain - May 12, 2002 - John J. Barton, of Pueblo, passed away May 8, 2002, at Life Care Center of Pueblo. Born March 22, 1920, in May's County, Okla. Preceded in death by his parents, O.W. and Bertha Lee Barton; three brothers; a son; and one grandson. Survived by his loving wife, Charlotta of the family home; children, John W. (Jeannette) of South Carolina, Tom (Luise) of Wyoming, Linda (L.R.) Martin of Pueblo, Glenn of Pueblo, Dennis (Christy) of Trinidad, Ken (Pam) of Pueblo; 14 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; sisters, Sylvia Palmer and Myrtle Renard of Muskogee, Okla. John loved bowling, fishing and he was an avid Broncos and Oklahoma Sooners fan. He retired from the CF&I after 28 years of service in 1982. John served in the Philippine Islands during WWII. John also was very honored to have served as Honor Guard for First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. At his request, private services with military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.

Barton, Shane A.
Shane A. Barton - Pueblo Chieftain - December 19, 2003 - Shane A. Barton went home Dec. 12, 2003. He is survived by friends and extended family including the Barton, Smith, Two Bear, and Thomlison families. Services to be held Dec. 20th, 10:00 a.m., at 625 East 7th Street.



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