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Carneal, Albert D.
Albert D. Carneal - Colorado Springs Gazette - February 7, 2008 - Albert D. Carneal was called home to be with our Lord Jesus Christ on February 5, 2008. Albert was born in Limon, Colorado to Russell and Gladys (Ashcraft) Carneal of Kutch, Colorado (south of Matheson). He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Bonnie (Woolsey) and two children, son Christopher of Fountain, daughter Heather Strossner (Jeff), Joney Carneal, grandchildren Katelynn, Garrett, Kyndal, Brystol, Naerissa, Tristin; brothers Darreld (Maryetta) of Rush, Larry (Gina) of Pueblo, sisters Arlene Felch of Lakeland, Florida and Betty Stockman (Paul) of Jefferson City, Missouri and many uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces, cousins, and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents and brother-in-law Ray Felch. Albert graduated from Simla High School in 1962. He served in the United States Army from 1965-1967 during the Vietnam War. He served in Germany as a communication specialist transferring top-secret messages from Vietnam to the Pentagon. He worked for Ampex and Schlage Lock before working for Colorado Springs Utilities as a journeyman mechanic at the power plants. He retired from the City in 1998. Albert loved Jesus and was thankful for the gift of salvation. He was the prayer warrior of his family. He attended Rocky Mountain Calvary. Funeral services will be held on Friday, February 8, 2008 at Rocky Mountain Calvary, 4285 N Academy Blvd, followed by internment at Calhan Cemetery with a fellowship luncheon to be followed at Living Word Community Church, 532 Colorado Ave, Calhan, Colorado. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Albert's name can be made to Pikes Peak Hospice Foundation, 825 E Pikes Peak Ave, Ste 600 Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903 or a charity of your choice.
Carneal, Hughie O.
Hughie O. Carneal - Pueblo Chieftain - April 29, 1986 - Hughie O. Carneal, 68, of 903 Querida Drive, Colorado Springs, formerly of Pueblo, died April 26, 1986. Born April 18, 1918, in Matheson, Colo., to the late Judson and Ivy Susan Meeker Carneal. Married Lonnie Goldie Taylor Feb. 9, 1950, in Pueblo. Member, Church of Christ. He was retired and had worked at the Pueblo Army Depot as a fire control installer. Survived by his wife, of the family home; son, William H. Carneal, Colorado Springs; three daughters, Kathy Carneal, Carol Baker and Amy Carneal, all of Colorado Springs; four brothers, Russell Carneal, Kenneth Carneal, both of Colorado Springs, Marvin Carneal, Agate, Colo., and Dean Carneal, Scottsdale, Ariz.; and two grandchildren, Justin and Travis Brink. Visitation, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today at Swan-Law Funeral Home. Service, 10 a.m. Wednesday at Swan-Law Cascade Chapel, 501 N. Cascade, the Rev. Lawrence E. Jantz officiating. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens, Pueblo.
Josephine Carnelli - Pueblo Chieftain - March 14, 2000 - Josephine Carnelli, 85, passed away March 13, 2000, at St. Mary-Corwin hospital due to declining health caused by age. As a lifelong resident of Pueblo, Josephine and her husband owned the Colorado Shoe Repair Store. She was a graduate of Centennial High School and the first recorded graduate of Pueblo College. Josephine was an avid participant on her high school reunion committee, a volunteer for the Food Commodity and a polling clerk official for elections. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, John Carnelli, who passed away in June of 1978; as well as sisters, Mary Zancanella and Elizabeth Bacino; and brothers, Ben, Karl, Sam and Joseph Bacino. She is survived by her sister, Rose Benfatti, of Newport Beach, Calif.; and children, Josephine (C.W.) Robinson of San Ramon, Calif., and Tony (Sharon) Carnelli of Colorado Springs. Also surviving are grandchildren, John (Jamey) Robinson of San Jose, Calif., Sarah Robinson of Federal Heights, Gina Carnelli of Colorado Springs and Michael Carnelli of Colorado Springs. Viewing is scheduled for Wednesday, March 15 from noon to 5 p.m. A funeral Mass will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church. Interment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery.
Josephine Carnelli - Pueblo Chieftain - April 29, 2003 - Josephine Carnelli, 91, was born April 4, 1912, in Segundo, Colo., and passed away April 26, 2003, in Pueblo. She is preceded in death by her devoted husband, Peno; her son, James Carnelli; parents, Joe and Jennie Mattie; sisters, Mary Musso, Rose Tapia and Anne Birchler; brothers, Arthur and Ernest Mattie. She is survived by her son, Robert Carnelli; sisters, Lucy (Conrad) Pelletier; brothers, Sam (Francis) Mattie, Albert Mattie and Joe Mattie; sister-in-law, Clara Mattie; and numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation, 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, at the funeral home. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Our Lady of the Assumption Church. Interment, Roselawn.
Ann Carnes – Albuquerque Journal - October 24, 2001 - Ann Carnes, 78, a 31-year resident of Albuquerque, passed away at home Saturday, October 20, 2001. Mrs. Carnes was born in Pueblo, CO. She is survived by her daughters, Janet DuBois of Chicago, IL, Patti Landry and husband, Bill of Half Moon Bay, CA, Sandy Young and husband, Jeff of Farmington, NM; grandsons, Nick and Tim Young; sisters, Sylvia Plute and Olga Petersen and husband, Carl of Pueblo, CO; brother-in-law, Vic Carnes and wife, Betty of Fayettville, PA; four nieces; and two nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Carnes. Cremation has taken place and at Mother's request, no Funeral Services will be held. Interment will be held at Santa Fe National Cemetery. Heartfelt thanks to special neighbors, Loretta and Tom Hedrick for their devoted care along with good friends, Anita and Loren Keller, for all of their help and support with both of our parents over the last few years. Also, thanks to Delta Hospice for their thoughtful care of our mother. Arrangements by French Mortuary, 10500 Lomas Blvd. NE.
Carnes, George T.
George T. Carnes - Walsenburg Independent - June 24, 1937 - Sheriff Says Carnes Murder Committed By Local Youth - State Prison Officials Asked To Bring Bloodhounds To City - Swift Says Crowd of Onlookers Ruined Chances of Catching Gunman; However Search Is Made For Gun - That Shot Spanish-Made Bullet; 12 Suspects Go Free - With 12 suspects questioned and released in Walsenburg and at least a half-dozen grilled in nearby cities, officers investigating the killing of George Carnes, victim of a filling station bandit, are seemingly stumped. Every suspect arrested so far has a perfect alibi and has been released. Sheriff Claud Swift states that the only possible clues were lost when crowds of onlookers jammed the driveway of the filling station at corner of First and Walsen following the killing. Sheriff Swift said that 30 minutes after the shooting he called the state penitentiary and asked that officers bring down bloodhounds to check the trail of the killer. However, when he told prison officials that the crowd had gathered on all sides of the building they informed him that there was “no use” to bring the dogs down. The sheriff says the bullet used to kill Carnes was made in Spain and was very old, the shell being tarnished black with age. Swift asserted that he was positive the job was pulled by a Walsenburg youth and several others are now under suspicion. Officers in all cities and towns in the Rocky Mountain region have been instructed to check hobo camps and question all suspects. World Independent – July 16, 1937 – Suspects in Carnes Murder Watched by Thousand Eyes – Each day one or more citizens of Walsenburg announce they have joined forces with the city's “amateur sleuths” and are working their own solution to the mysterious murder of George Carnes, which occurred here June 22. A reward of $1,000 for the conviction of the murderer and another reward of $100 for information leading to the culprit's arrest have prompted persons from every walk of life to build their theory on the case. Suspicious characters are being watched by a thousand eyes as each self-appointed detective dreams of being given the total reward of $1,100. Sheriff's and police officers are continuing on the case but admittedly are baffled. Carnes was shot through the heart while alone at his filling station about 8 o'clock in the evening. No money was taken from his place of business and the gunman was seen only by three young girls as he ran down an alley. Huerfano World - June 25, 1992 - This Week in Walsenburg History - 1937: George T. Carnes, filling station attendant at First and Walsen, was shot by a bandit and died of his injuries. A $500 reward has been issued.
Carnes, William Calvin
William Calvin Carnes - Pueblo Chieftain - September 18, 1997 - William Calvin Carnes passed away Aug. 21, 1997, in Visalia, Calif. He was born April 15, 1926, in Pueblo to the union of Charles Augustus "Gus" Carnes and Gladys Mabel Vail Carnes. Bill was a retired railroader. He served during World War II as a 2nd loader on an anti-aircraft gun battery aboard the heavy cruiser, USS Canberra, torpedoed by Japanese aircraft during a major naval battle in the Pacific. He was married to (1) Rosa Land in Boston, Mass., (2) Irma Wolfmeyer in Pueblo and (3) Bonita Santisteven Parker in Pueblo. Bill was preceded in death by his parents- a daughter, Deborah, in 1995-and his sisters, Vonna Jean, in 1935, and Gladys Gayle, in 1997. His survivors include three sons, Steven of New Hampshire, Patrick of Pennsylvania and Gary of Iowa, and two brothers, Robert of New Mexico and Victor of Pennsylvania. Cremation has taken place. A will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 19, 1997, in the Davis Memorial Chapel.
Angelo "Chupe" Carnevale - Pueblo Chieftain - February 24, 2004 - Angelo "Chupe" Carnevale passed away Feb. 22, 2004. Born Sept. 14, 1930, in Tollerburg, Colo., to Lucy and Dan Carnevale. Preceded in death by parents; and brother, Leonard. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy; children, Raelene (Chip) Crump, Danny (Randi) Carnevale, and Vickie Carnevale; four grandchildren, Teri, J.C., Julianna and Danika; brothers and sisters, Francis Williamson, Angie Machone, Carl Carnevale, Barbara Barbee, and Uncle Louie (Shirlee) Berardi. Per his request, private graveside service.
Frances Carnick – Durango Wage Earner – June 30, 1910 – Pueblo, June 25. – Frances Carnick, the 16-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carnick, drank two ounces of benzine found in a bottle while playing this morning. She died in a few minutes.
Carochi, Mary Pearl
Mary Pearl Carochi - Loveland Daily Reporter-Herald - June 3, 2006 - Mary Pearl Carochi of Florence, Colorado, passed away on June 1, 2006, at the age of 93. She was born April 29, 1913, in Trinidad, Colorado, to Emanuel and Mary (Morganari) Cornella. She moved to Florence, Colorado, with her family at 11 months old. She was a resident of Florence for 92 years. Mary Pearl married Frank Carochi Sr. on June 9, 1934. Mrs. Carochi is survived by three children, Kathleen (Jim) Foos; Frank (Barbara) Carochi Jr.; Jim (Kathy) Carochi; eight grandchildren; Jim (Kim) Foos; Cindy (Don) Lindhal; Mark (Peggy) Foos; Frank Carochi III; Bob (Jonilea) Carochi; Joe (Audra) Carochi; Jodi (Terry) Jones and Jimmy Carochi and seven great grandchildren; Colt Justin Jones, Nathan and Trevor Foos, Joey, Joslynn and Tyler Carochi and Antonette Carochi. And numerous nieces and nephews. Mary Pearl was a member of St. Benedict's Altar and Rosary Society, Charter member of the Eagles Auxiliary #169, The Friends of St. Benedict, St. Joseph Manor Auxiliary; and the Columbian Lodge #36. Mrs. Carochi was honored as the Pioneer Distinguished Citizen in 1994, and received St. Benedict's Church grandmother of the year in 1989. She worked as a Nurses Aide at St. Joseph's Manor for several years and after retirement volunteered at St. Joseph's Manor and St. Benedict's Church. She loved music and enjoyed singing and playing the organ for special functions and for family and friends. Mary Pearl was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was preceded in death by her husband, stepson, her parents, eight brothers, three sisters and a grandson. Viewing will be Sat. June 3, from 4-7 p.m. at the funeral home. Recitation of the Rosary, Sun. at 7 p.m. Funeral Mass Mon. at 10:00 a.m. Both services will be at St. Benedict's Catholic Church in Florence. Interment will follow at Union Highland Cemetery in Florence. Family is receiving friends at Mary Pearl's home at 801 W. 3rd., in Florence. In Lieu of Flowers, Donations may be made to St. Benedict's Church in her name. Services are under the direction of Charles Anthony Funeral Home in Florence.
Carpenter, Anderson D.
Anderson D. Carpenter - Pueblo Chieftain - March 11, 1923 - Anderson D. Carpenter - The funeral will take place Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the United Davis-Vorles chapel. Rev. M.D. Austin will officiate. Interment will be in Roselawn cemetery.
Carpenter, Carl C.
Carl C. Carpenter - Pueblo Chieftain - November 11, 1987 - Carl C. Carpenter, 65, passed away Nov. 9, 1987, after a lengthy illness. Husband of Lila Carpenter, of the family home, to whom he was married for 41 years. Father of Melanie (Christopher) Schumann; grandfather of Sarah Schumann of Pueblo; brother of E. L. Carpenter of Colorado Springs and Mattie Elliott of DeSoto, Texas. Also survived by several brothers and sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by two daughters, Winnie and Sharon. He worked for Dana Corp. for 38 years. He participated in the Battle of the Bulge during World War II, was with the 38th Infantry, and received the Silver Star and other awards. Services at 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, at Pueblo Christian Center, 1605 S. Pueblo Blvd., with Pastor James Maley officiating. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Respects may be paid 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday and 8 a.m. to noon Thursday at the funeral home, and 1 to 1:45 p.m. Thursday at the church. The family prefers contributions to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice through the funeral home office.
Carpenter, Edgar Carl
Edgar Carl Carpenter - Pueblo Chieftain - February 04, 1999 - Edgar Carl Carpenter passed away Feb. 3, 1999, in Pueblo. He was born Sept. 13, 1922, in Poplar Bluff, Mo., and had lived in Pueblo most of his life. Edgar enjoyed gardening, ceramics and woodworking. Edgar was preceded in death by his wife, Ruby, in May 1997. Among his survivors are his daughters, Joyce (David) Greenhood of Pueblo, Shirley (Dave) Calvert of California, Marjorie (Eugene) Landreth of Pueblo, and Carol (Albert) Galich of Pueblo; 10 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; one brother, Paul Carpenter of Washington; one sister, Dorothy Knuth of Pueblo; nieces, nephews and other relatives. Visitation for Mr. Carpenter will be held on Friday from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. at the Davis Mortuary. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 6, 1999, in the Davis Memorial Chapel with Rev. Mark J. Crates officiating. Interment will follow in the Imperial Cemetery. The family will greet friends at 2301 Oakland following the services. Those wishing to do so may make contributions in memory of Mr. Carpenter to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice either direct or through the mortuary.
Elton Fat "Carp" Carpenter - Pueblo Chieftain - November 04, 1997 - Shrine of Remembrance Funeral Home 1730 E. Fountain Blvd. Colorado Springs, Colo. 80910 - Elton Fat "Carp" Carpenter, 80, died Oct. 30, 1997. He is a retired line foreman for U S West. He was born on June 18, 1917, in King City, Mo., to Norwood and Mary Melinda (Hines) Carpenter. He married Lydia Weisshaar on April 24, 1949, in Loveland. Preceded in death by his parents- his wife- four brothers, Raymond, Homer, Carl and Clifford- stepbrothers and stepsisters, Ray McDowell, Howard McDowell, Gene McDowell, Lacy Skinner, Ethel Stevenson, Wayne McDowell. Survived by three daughters, Jacqueline A. Gallup of Colorado Springs, Eunice A. Baer of Loveland and Donna F. Hickman of Pueblo West- son, Richard A. Carpenter of Howard- sister, Mattie Elliott of Desoto, Texas- eight grand- children- three great-grandchildren. Mr. Carpenter served in the U.S. Army Air Force, 1941-1945, as a tech sergeant. For his service he received the American Defense Server Medal, EAME Ribbon with two Bronze Stars. He was a member of BPOE Lodge No. 309 of Colorado Springs and Sunrise United Methodist Church. Dad was a man of strong morals and deep convictions who had a wonderful sense of humor and a great love for his family. , 2 p.m. today at Sunrise United Methodist Church, 2655 Briargate Blvd., Colorado Springs, with Rev. Jim Calhoun officiating. Private interment, Memorial Gardens. Memorials may be made to Sunrise United Methodist Church, 2655 Briargate Blvd., Colorado Springs, Colo., 80920.
Carpenter, Emma Frances
Emma Frances Carpenter - Pueblo Chieftain - August 19, 2001 - Age 69, passed away on Aug. 15, 2001. Preceded in death by her husband, Earl L. Carpenter. Mrs. Carpenter is survived by her sons, David (Lisa) Carpenter and Rex A. Carpenter; and daughter, Frances (Dave) Ballou, all of Pueblo; 16 grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and numerous sisters, brothers, nieces and nephews. Emma was born Oct. 7, 1931, in Burton, Kan., and was a longtime Pueblo resident. She was retired from the Colorado National Bank. Emma was a member of Liberty Baptist Church and she loved the Lord. Viewing, noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, and 8 a.m. to service time Monday. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Monday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens with a reception to follow.
Carpenter, Etta Lorene
Etta Lorene "Tootie" Carpenter - Pueblo Chieftain - November 26, 2000 - Etta Lorene "Tootie" Carpenter, longtime Pueblo resident, was born Dec. 26, 1908, and passed away Nov. 23, 2000. Member of the University Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Mrs. Carpenter was employed for many years in the children's department of Crews-Beggs Department Store, and later Joslin's, retiring in 1980. Mrs. Carpenter served as a Gray Lady at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital. Survived by three children, Eleanor Leona (Louis E.) Butler, Greeley, Colo., Charlotte Ilene Butler, Pueblo, and Donald Ream (Doris) Carpenter, DeSoto, Texas; one brother, James Leonard (Marie) Boling, California; one sister, Bernice (Pat) Bergemann, Pueblo; 12 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; and 20 great-great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. Family will receive friends at the funeral home Sunday, Nov. 26, 2000, from 3 to 6 p.m. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 27, 2000, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, University Ward, 1411 Fortino Blvd. Viewing in Relief Society Room one hour prior to service. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. Family respectfully requests omission of food.
Carpenter, Eugene A.
Eugene A. Carpenter - Pueblo Chieftain - September 20, 2004 - Eugene A. Carpenter, 90, of Pueblo, died Sept. 18, 2004 at Belmont Lodge. Survived by wife, Bessie Carpenter of the home; children, Janice Ann (Chick) Stablein, Riverside, Calif., David (Eileen) Carpenter of Elsinore, Calif., and Dennis (Jeanie) Carpenter of Coto De Caza, Calif.; one brother, Donald (Irene) Carpenter of Missouri; six grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Service of remembrance, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2004, at Griffy Family Funeral Home in Fowler. Final interment in Ottumwa, Iowa.
Carpenter, George (Son of)
Male Carpenter – Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – April 22, 1875 – Cimarron [New Mexico] Affairs – Death has entered another family circle and robbed it of its household ideal. The interesting little son of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Carpenter, an old resident of this county, died on Sunday morning last of pneumonia. His estimable lady is also in ill health, and he will return with her soon to North Maine, where her family resides, hoping that the change will be beneficial. The little one mentioned was their only child.
Hatsfield Carpenter - Wray Rattler - October 02, 1913 - While hunting ducks from a leaky boat Hatsfield Carpenter, eighteen years old, and Samuel Kefford, sixteen years old, were drowned in the reservoir at Pueblo.
Carpenter, John M.
John M. Carpenter - Huerfano World - December 15, 1994 - Former La Veta resident John M. Carpenter, 36, of La Junta, died Dec. 1, 1994 in that community. Born Jan. 30, 1958 in Lapeer, MI, upon graduation from Eastern Michigan University in 1980, he moved to La Veta where he was employed by the Covered Wagon Restaurant. He was employed at Kelloff Markets both in Alamosa and La junta, where he was store manager at the time of his death. Survivors include his mother and father JoAnn and David Freeborn, Walsenburg; a sister, Claudia Carpenter, Boulder; a son Joshua John Carpenter, Alamosa; seven step-brothers and sisters, two nieces, aunts, uncles and cousins. A Memorial service was held at Maranatha Fellowship Church in La Junta.
Leroy Carpenter - Pueblo Chieftain - May 13, 1924 - Leroy Carpenter, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Carpenter, died at a local hospital May 12th. Body at the Geo. F. McCarthy Mortuary. Pueblo Chieftain 5-13-1924 The funeral of Leroy Carpenter, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Carpenter will take place from the chapel of the Geo. F. McCarthy Mortuary Tuesday morning May 13th at 10 o'clock. Interment Roselawn.
Carpenter, Marie Marilyn
Marie Marilyn (Tucci) Carpenter - Pueblo Chieftain - June 29, 2006 - Marie Marilyn (Tucci) Carpenter, 66, born Oct. 18, 1939, in Pueblo, passed away June 26, 2006, after a courageous nine-year battle with colon cancer. She is survived by her loving husband of 28 years, Melvin “Mel” Carpenter; daughter, Renee (Curtis) Otjen; stepson, Neil Carpenter; stepdaughter, Carolyn (Mark) Adams; mother, Jackie Anderson; stepmother, Edith Tucci; mother-in-law, Hazel Jaycox; brothers, Joseph (Sherry) Tucci, Edward (Diane) Anderson, Jack (Lee) Anderson, Tom (Paula) Tucci; sisters, Barbara (John) Horn, Karen (Loren) McQueen; sister in-law, Linda “Sonny” Vaught; grandson, Garrett Adams; goddaughter, Jennifer Leonardelli; aunts, Grace Mauro, Jewell Crocker; uncles, Sam (Irene) Tucci, Russel Tucci, Jim Tucci, Ray (Sher) Cannon, Allen “Buck” Cannon; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Preceded in death by father, Joseph Tucci. Marilyn was office manager and comptroller for Fortino-Jackson Chevrolet and Dale Spradley Chevrolet; retiring in 2004 after 42 years of service. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Friday, June 30, 2006, St. Joseph Catholic Church. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. Special thanks to all of Marilyn's caregivers, including Billee Patrick and those at the University of Colorado Hospital, St. Mary-Corwin Hospital, Sangre de Cristo Hospice and Home Instead.
Carpenter, Ruby M.
Ruby M. Carpenter - Pueblo Chieftain - May 11, 1997 - Ruby M. Carpenter passed away May 9, 1997, in Pueblo after a lengthy illness. She was born July 5, 1926 in Westcliffe, Colo., to Herbert Knuth and Minnie Henis Knuth and had been a lifetime Pueblo-area resident. Ruby enjoyed crocheting and loved bird watching. Her survivors include her husband, Edgar Carpenter, four daughters, Joyce (David) Greenhood, Shirley (Dave) Calvert, Marjorie Landreth and Carol (Albert) Galich, her brother, Earl (Dorothy) Knuth, sisters, Alice Turley, Pearl Rogers and Hazel Carpenter, 10 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren as well as numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Mrs. Carpenter will lie in state from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Monday at the mortuary. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 13, 1997, in the Davis Memorial Chapel with interment to follow in the Imperial Cemetery, In lieu of flowers the family asks that contributions in memory of Ruby be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 704 Elmhurst Place, Pueblo, Colo. 81004
Thomas Carpenter – Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph – December 30, 1973 – Third Lawman Slain – Three lawmen were killed in Colorado last week, two killing suspects are dead, and law officials are looking for two suspects in the first incident. The dead law officials are: 1. Colorado State Patrolman Thomas Carpenter, 31, murdered in his patrol car Thursday morning in Denver. Carpenter, father of three children, had served on the patrol since 1968. He was the fifth patrolman to be slain in the line of duty. 2. Otero County Deputy Sheriff Larry Smith, 23, was gunned down Friday by a 12-gauge shotgun blast as he went to a home in La Junta to answer a disturbance call. He was a 1963 graduate of La Junta High School, and unmarried. He was the son of La Junta fire chief, Wayne Smith. 3. Pueblo Police Officer Thomas M. Hanson, 36, was killed when he stopped at a store to buy a carton of milk and came upon a holdup in progress. Investigators said that Patrolman Carpenter was shot with his own service revolver. He was shot four times in the back of the head. Denver police found his body seated upright in his patrol car, which was parked in the rear of an apartment complex in the Monbello area of northeast Denver. Denver police questioned Robert L. Chance, 18, of Aurora Friday regarding the slaying but later released him after he took a lie detector test. Chance had been arrested on a fugitive warrant for a traffic violation. Police chief Art Dill said the youth was questioned in Carpenter's death because his appearance resembled the rough description of one of two suspects in the case. District Attorney Dale Tooley said homicide detectives were pressing their investigation of the homicide, but had "no suspect against whom they expected to file charges." Officials believe Carpenter was kidnapped by his assailants prior to his death. Although there were no witnesses to the shooting, motorists reported seeing a cruiser in the vicinity with two young men accompanying the officer in the car. Keith said Carpenter is thought to have been stopped on the Denver-Boulder Turnpike at Broadway about 9 a.m. Carpenter, who had been with the patrol five years and was stationed in the Broomfield district, normally patrolled Interstate 25 north of Denver. State Patrol officers will act as pallbearers for the 1 p.m. Monday funeral at the Bethel Temple, with the Denver Police Department providing the color guard. Representatives of numerous other Colorado law enforcement agencies also are expected to be in attendance. Deputy Smith died in the backyard of the Otero home in an exchange of gunfire with James Nunnaley, 21, who La Junta police officials said had earlier in the day threatened to "kill a couple of cops." The deputy was able to return the fire before he died and hit Nunnaley, said police. Nunnaley never regained consciousness after the shooting and died in a Pueblo hospital. Funeral services for Smith are scheduled Monday in La Junta. Hanson, the Pueblo policeman unexpectedly walked into the middle of a holdup and was shot to death. The gunman also was killed when the patrolman's partner fired three shots through a plate glass window. Police Chief Bud Willoughby said Bernard Meehan, 19, of Pueblo, died 3 ½ hours after the incident at Parkview Hospital. Meehan, who never regained consciousness, was hit three times in the back. Willoughby said Hanson and his partner, Patrolman James Askay, 29, had driven up to a 7-11 store at 2 a.m. so that Hanson could buy a carton of milk. Askay remained outside in the car. Hanson walked in, found no one around and apparently was about to walk outside again when a gunman emerged from behind a counter and ordered him to lie on the floor. Authorities said Hanson may have made a move for his service revolver as the gunman approached him. The bandit then fired once, morally wounding the officer. Askay fired three times through a glass window at the gunman with each shot hitting its mark. Police said a second man apparently involved in the holdup drove away when he saw the officers. He drove to a nearby Catholic Church where he asked a priest for help, but fled on foot when the priest called police. The killings brought these comments Saturday from law officials in Colorado Springs: Dist. Atty. Bob Russel said, " State patrolmen are very susceptible as they usually stop people for traffic violations and are unaware of potential problems they may be confronting. Most police throughout the nation are in great danger when they are handling disturbance calls dealing with domestic relations which is what happened in La Junta." This of course also applies to the sheriff's office. Russel said that "in Colorado we have been lucky judging from national figures of officers who have been murdered." He added that he did not believe there was going to be a rash of police killings. Police Lt. Loren Downing said that the three shootings of law enforcement officers in the 48-hour period in the state was enough to make each officer take a second look at his actions for safety reasons. A bus load of Colorado Springs policemen is expected to attend the funerals of the officers in La Junta and Pueblo. At least a car load of off duty officers is expected to attend the funeral of the state patrol officer in Longmont, Downing said. Sergeant H. J. Schafer, El Paso County Sheriff Patrol Commander, said that his deputies have been briefed and alerted to begin taking extreme caution at all calls with major emphasis placed on caution taking when answering family disturbances. He said that the most crucial times of police killings are in the first seven seconds after an officer arrives at the scene, and in a 7 to 22 foot range.
Carpenter, Wilmoth Renfro
Wilmoth Renfro Carpenter - Pueblo Chieftain - January 15, 1933 - Wilmoth Renfro Carpenter, at a local hospital. Mother of Miss Eva Carpenter and Mabel Rose Carpenter, Pueblo; Wescott Carpenter, Portland, Ore; Mrs. D. E. Wells, Alameda, Cal., and Mrs. Lewis Harris, Rye, Colo. Member Baptist church. Arrangements later. Pueblo Chieftain - January 17, 1933 - Woman Pioneer Will Be Buried This Afternoon - Funeral services for Mrs. Wilmoth M. Carpenter, resident of Pueblo for 61 years who died Saturday three weeks after suffering an injury to her hip in a fall, will be held at 3:30 p.m. today in the Davis mortuary chapel. The Rev. Alvin J. Lee, pastor of the First Baptist church, will officiate. Mrs. Carpenter came to Colorado with her grandparents May 12, 1871, and has seen Pueblo grow from a village to a city. A year after her arrival she was married to Anderson D. Carpenter, and spent most of her married life in Pueblo. Her husband died in 1923 -. Mrs. Carpenter is descended from the early Dutch settlers of New York. Her forebear, Epke Jacobse Banta, his wife, and five sons emigrated from Friesland, Netherlands, arriving in New York, Feb. 12, 1859. She is survived by four daughters, Eva Carpenter, Mabel Carpenter, Mrs. Lewis Harris of Pueblo, and Mrs. David E. Wells of Burlingame, Calif.; one son, Wescott A. Carpenter of Portland, Ore.; six grandchildren , Leoria Wescott and Janice Carpenter of Portland, Ore.; Wescott Wells of Burlingame, Calif.; Richard and Wilmot Harris of Pueblo; and three great-grandchildren.
Daniel Carper - Pueblo Chieftain - July 27, 2006 - Daniel Carper was born June 11, 1933, in Syracuse, Neb., passed away July 25, 2006. Preceded in death by his parents, Harvey and Velma Carper; brother, Denzel; sisters, June and Mary Lou; and son, Brett Carper. Survived by daughters, Sheila (Chuck), Jody and Laura; son, Jeffrey Carper. Also survived by his twin brother, Jack (Twila) Carper; sisters, Bethel (Robert) Krause and Eileen Powell; all of Lincoln, Neb.; grandchildren, Jason (Alison), Nicole, Austin, Adam and Morgan; ex-wife and best friend, Violet Carper. Daniel served in the U.S. Army. He retired from the Pueblo Fire Department after 33 years of service. He received the Man in Blue Award in 1980. Daniel was a member of FOE Lodge No. 145, Steel City Eagles, and the Moose Lodge No. 19. Dan was a fun-loving and generous man. He loved his family and enjoyed his many friends. Dan loved helping people and saved many lives during his career. Dan is a real hero and will be sadly missed by all. At his request, no viewing. Funeral service, 11 a.m. Saturday, Pueblo Christian Center. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice.
Carpio, Aaron R.
Aaron R. Carpio - Pueblo Chieftain - August 07, 2005 - Aaron R. Carpio, 84, born Nov. 28, 1920, passed away Aug. 4, 2005. Survived by wife, Marie Carpio; sons, Richard and Ronald Carpio; brother, Robert (Christine) Carpio; sisters, Helen Huerta, Mary Abeyta, and Irene (Pete) Abeyta. Predeceased by parents, Francisco and Rosa Carpio; brothers, Francis E. Carpio and Charles B. Carpio. Aaron was a retired plasterer. At his request there will be no viewing. Rosary, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2005. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2005. Both services at St. Leander Church. Interment at Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of food and flowers donations may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice in his memory.
Carpio, Charles B.
Charles B. Carpio - Pueblo Chieftain January 11, 2002 Age 74, of Pueblo, passed away Jan. 8, 2002. Born May 19, 1927, in Pueblo. Preceded in death by parents, Francisco and Rosa Carpio; one brother, Francis E. Carpio. Survived by brother, Aaron (Marie) Carpio, Pueblo; sisters, Helen Huerta, Pueblo, Mary S. Abeyta, Pueblo, and Irene (Pete) Abeyta, Pueblo. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial funeral Mass, 6 p.m. Friday at Our Lady of the Meadows Church. Celebrant, Rev. Roger Dorcy. Cremation has taken place. Relatives and friends will be received at the church hall after Mass.
Carpio, Francis E.
Francis E. "Frank" Carpio - Pueblo Chieftain - March 09, 2000 - Francis E. "Frank" Carpio, age 83, passed away March 8, 2000. Survived by his wife, Janet Carpio; children, Gene (Norma) Carpio, Pueblo, Robert (Cherie) Carpio, Texas Creek, Colo., John (Becky) Carpio, Pueblo, and Rose Marie Curtis of Los Lunas, N.M. Also survived by six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; brothers, Aaron (Marie) Carpio and Charles Carpio; and sisters, Helen Huerta, Mary Abeyta and Irene (Pete) Abeyta, all of Pueblo. Mr. Carpio was a World War II Navy veteran, a member of the D.A.V. and St. Pius X Church, where services will be held. Cremation, Almont Crematory. Memorial Mass, Friday, 10 a.m., with military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team. Inurnment, Monday, 9 a.m., Union Highland Cemetery in Florence, Colo. The family respectfully requests the omission of flowers. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Pius X Church Building Fund in care of the funeral home office.
Carpio, Janet A.
Janet A. Paraylia Carpio - Pueblo Chieftain - April 06, 2003 - Janet A. Paraylia Carpio, 86, born Dec. 18, 1916, passed away April 3, 2003, in Pueblo, Colo. Preceded in death by her husband, Frank J. Carpio Sr.; and sister, Rose Schaefer. Survived by four sisters, Virginia Mitchell, Houston, Texas, Mary (James) Filer, Pueblo, Louise (Lyle) Hansen, Pueblo, and Lena (Lawrence) Sartoris, Rockvale, Colo.; one brother, Domenic (Vivian) Zazzaretti, Colorado Springs, Colo.; stepchildren, Frances J. Carpio Jr., Robert Carpio, John Carpio and Rose Marie Kaiser; as well numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Monday, St. Pius X Church. Interment, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Union Highland Cemetery in Florence, Colo. In lieu of food and flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society in Janet's memory.
Carpio, Jose M.
Joe M. Carpio - Pueblo Chieftain - October 15, 2003 - Joe M. Carpio, 81, a long-time resident of Pueblo, Colo., passed away on Oct. 12, 2003. Joe was born in La Junta, Colo., on Dec. 15, 1921, to Justa and Louis Carpio. He is survived by his loving wife of 56 years, Margarete; daughter, Rita (Darrell) Ewing; granddaughter, Erica Rodriguez; great-grandsons, William and Dante; sister, Marcelina Miranda; special niece, Yolanda Cromer; special friends, Gilbert and Lucille Trujillo and Gerald and Betty Lile. Joe served in the U.S. Army during WWII, where he received the Purple Heart. He retired from the Pueblo Army Depot. He was a member of the Eagle No. 45, life member of the DAV, and Pueblo German Club. Visitation, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Mass, 10:30 a.m. Friday, Holy Family Church. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.
Carpio, Rosa A.
Rosa A. Carpio - Pueblo Chieftan - October 22, 1973 - Mrs. Rosa A. Carpio of 1305 E. Orman, October 21, 1973. Wife of Francisco Carpio who passed away Nov. 6, 1952. Mother of Frank and Aaron Carpio, Mrs. Helen Huerta, Mrs. Irene Abeyta and Mrs. Mary Abeyta, all of Pueblo; Charles Carpio, Baldwin Park, Calif., and Joseph Carpio, Denver. Sister of John Augustine, Ellis, Kan., Michael and Joseph Augustine, both of Hays, Kan; Mrs. Mary Landreth and Mrs. Clara Hurst, both of Denver, and Mrs. Anna Gove, Laramie, Wyo. Survived also by 26 grandchildren and 55 great-grandchildren. Member of St. Francis Xavier Church where services will be held. Mass of the Resurrection 8 p.m. Tuesday and Scripture Rosary service 9 a.m. Wednesday. Interment Imperial Memorial Gardens. Friends will be received at the homes of Mrs. Helen Huerta, 2505 Spruce, and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Carpio 1307 E. Eighth.
Carr, Carissa Kaye
Carissa Kaye Carr - Pueblo Chieftain - June 21, 2005 - Carissa Kaye Carr, 19, passed away June 19, 2005. Survived by her father, Terry Carr of Amarillo, Texas; grandparents, John and Peggy Carr of north Little Rock, Ark.; and numerous other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by her mother, Kimberly Carr; and grandmother, Patsy Occhiato. Carissa was born Sept. 1, 1985, in La Mesa, Texas, and was a student at PCC. Viewing, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Concluding services will be held in Balmorhea, Texas.
Carr, David E.
David E. Carr - Pueblo Chieftain - December 21, 1998 - David E. Carr, 45, passed away Dec. 17, 1998. Survived by his mother, Alberta Carr, Pueblo- sisters, Carolyn Frey, Pueblo, and Linda Bunker, Denver- brother, Edward Carr- uncle, Kenneth Haskell and wife, Canon City- several nieces, nephews and cousins- and a host of loving friends. Preceded in death by his father, Clarence E. Carr, in 1989. Born March 31, 1953, in Lamar. David graduated from high school in Long Beach, Calif., and attended Long Beach Community College for two years, majoring in respiratory therapy. He was a radio communications specialist for three years while serving in the U.S. Air Force and also worked for five years for the U.S. Postal Service in Orange, Calif. Member of Eagles No. 145, lifetime member of DAV No. 39 and very active member of AA and Alano programs of Pueblo. Viewing, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Potluck dinner, 2 p.m. Saturday at the Alano Club, 320 Clark, with a following- all friends and relatives invited. Memorials may be made to the family through the funeral home office.
Carr, George F.
George F. Carr - Huerfano World - August 23, 2001 - George F. Carr, 80, passed away Tuesday, Aug. 21, at the Denver V.A. after a long illness. He is survived by his wife, Virginia Carr; daughter, Linda (David) Cloud, Oklahoma City; sons, Kevin Carr, Colville, WA, Jason Duran-Carr, Marcelino (Karen) Dodge, Lamar; and several grandchildren. Private services.
Carr, George Franklin
George Franklin Carr - Pueblo Chieftain - October 14, 2004 - George Franklin “Ford” Carr U.S.M.C. Ret . 75, passed away Oct. 9, 2004. Born May 2, 1929 in Hillside, CO. Dedicated to the Marine Corps and his family, George proudly served his country in WWII, the Korean Conflict, and the Vietnam War, retiring as a Gunnery Sgt. in 1976 after 30 years of service. Our “gentle giant” received numerous military medals, awards, and commendations throughout his career. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Following his retirement from USMC George worked as a helicopter mechanic for Hughes Aircraft in CA and continued to serve the “choppers” at Tallmantz Aviation. George returned to his beloved CO, settling in Pueblo where he was loved by all; always lending a helping hand and spending time creating his “doll house” and beautifying his yard. Preceded in death by his parents Edwina and Charles Carr. Survived by his wife Alice, son Allen (Colleen); daughter Chieanne, all of CA and daughter Tammy of Lakeville, MN. Also survived by sister, Ella May Bryars, 6 grandchildren; Michael, Chris, Kristin, Andrew, Erica and Haley, as well as numerous relatives, nieces and nephews. A Military Salute will be held at 11am Fri., Oct. 15, 2004 at Roselawn Cemetery at the Veterans Memorial Area. Friends and family will be received at the D.A.V. Hall 39th Chapter located at 9th and West St. immediately following the service. Special Service by Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.
Carr, Howard W.
Howard W. Carr - Pueblo Chieftain - July 15, 2002 - Howard W. Carr, 78, passed away July 13, 2002. Survived by his children, Sandra J. (Frank) Sanders of Defiance, Ohio, Edward C. Carr of Seattle, Wash., and George V. (Ruth) Carr of Pueblo; grandchildren, Jim Bowers, Glenn Bowers, Jackie Clark, Aaron Carr, Tracie Bohl, Shawna Williams, Jeromie Carr and William Carr; 15 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Preceded in death by his wife, Evelyn J. Carr; and parents, Louie and Irma Carr. Howard was born April 13, 1924, in Sulphur Springs, Ark. He served in the U.S. Army during WWII and moved to Pueblo in the early 1950s. He owned several businesses over the years, including Vets Yellow Cab and Gen-Star Auto Electrical Service, which his son George now owns and operates. In addition, Howard retired from CF&I Steel. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. At his request, there will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A private family memorial service will be held in Missouri.
John Carr - Yampa Leader - November 10, 1906 - Young Wife Scorns her Dying Husband - Pueblo - Ironing clothes in her kitchen while her husband lay writhing on the sidewalk in front of her house, Mrs. John Carr, it is said, refused to step outside the door when neighbors told her that her spouse was dying by his own hand outside. Carr on Thursday morning went to the home of his wife, from whom he had been separated for some time, and stepping upon the porch, raised a two-ounce bottle containing carbolic acid to his lips and drained it. He then knocked at the door. Mrs. Carr answered, and, seeing her husband, it is said, slammed the door in his face. Carr turned, walked a few feet and fell in agony. Neighbors told his wife, but she is said to have stated: “Let him die. He should have done that a long time ago.” In a few minutes the man was dead. The couple married after a romantic meeting June 2d. The wife was fifteen years old at the time of her marriage. Carr, it is said, had been drinking heavily. He was a cook. This morning, it is alleged, he left the restaurant, after displaying a revolver and stating that he was going to kill his wife and mother-in-law and afterward commit suicide.
John Carr - Blue Valley Times - November 7, 1913 - Switchman Killed by Train - Pueblo - John Carr, 25, Rio Grande switchman, was killed at Salida when he fell beneath the wheels of a train. He leaves a widow and one child.
Carr, Michael E.
Michael E. Carr - Pueblo Chieftain - February 23, 2003 - Michael E. Carr, 43, passed away Feb. 21, 2003. He is preceded in death by his parents, Eugene F. and Helen L. Carr; and by his grandparents. He is survived by his wife, Cheryl of the family home; children, Michael S. Carr, Bradly (Kristen) Carr and Andrew Carr, all of Pueblo; grandson, Travis Carr, Pueblo; sisters, Patricia (Donald) Lowman, Donna (Don) Kaiser and Lori Carr, all of Pueblo; in-laws, Paul (Dolores) Urenda of Pueblo; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Paul (Susan) Urenda, Brenda (Marty) Ortiz, Dan Urenda, Dennis Urenda and Michelle Urenda, all of Pueblo; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Michael was a member of Our Lady of the Assumption Parish and enjoyed fishing and CB Radio. Visitation, noon to 8 p.m. Monday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, at the funeral home. Services, Our Lady of the Assumption Church: rosary recitation, 7 p.m. Tuesday and funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Wednesday, with interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may make donations to either the American Diabetes Foundation or the Kidney Foundation in his memory. The family will receive friends at 22 Wheatridge.
Thomas Carr - Rocky Mountain News - July 9, 1911 - Thomas Carr, at Trinidad, Colo., parents arrange for funeral of son who died in Chicago, July 3. Mother Mrs. Thomas Carr waits in Durango for the remains, efforts are being made to locate the remains, another's remains were sent. Mrs. Belle McClelland advises Mrs. Carr of a mistake that the remains received are not that of her son. Carr was a railroad trainman and lost both legs in a train accident. His legs did not heal correctly and a second operation was performed. He later died of blood poisoning. Relatives believe his remains are in Denver or Pueblo. - July 8, 1911 - The remains of Thomas Carr which arrived in Durango by mistake have arrived in Denver. Son of Mrs. Nancy Carr of W. Forty-Fourth Ave., interment was in Mount Olivet yesterday. Accompanied by his widow and four small children, they were met by Patrolman Jack Carr. He notified Edmund Carr, a truck man of Hose Co., No. 2 and Joseph P. Carr, engineer of Company No.9, who notified their mother, Nancy Carr. Mrs. Carr and children were taken to the home of Edmund Carr, 2622 Gilpin St. Thomas Carr Jr. - Rocky Mountain News - July 11, 1911 - Thomas Carr Jr. - Mother, Mrs. Carr receives word that her son is alive and well. Had been led to believe the remains enroute where that of her son. Today it was confirmed that a letter that had lain in the post office at Ludlow for several days. The letter was to Mrs. Carr and was from her son's wife. He resides in Fort Smith, Ark. In the meantime the widow of a Denver man, with her four children, explained in Durango that she had been persuaded to come there by trainmen who were sure that the body of Thomas Carr was destined for that point. This Thomas Carr had been a patient in the hospital in which the Denver Thomas Carr died on July 3, this is believed to have caused the tangle.
Salvatore "Sam" Carra - Pueblo Chieftain - November 28, 2002 - Salvatore "Sam" Carra, born Nov. 14, 1918, passed away Nov. 24, 2002. Sam is survived by his loving wife of 35 years, Martha Carra; sons, Tony, Robert, Jim Carra, James Lamberson; daughters, Trudy De Salerno and Jacki Carothers; grandchildren, Nicoli and Dominick Carra, Oliver Lause, Kristi Wirt, Kelli Jaycox and Kim Colbert. Also survived by four great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Memorial service, 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 1, 2002, Ecumenical Church of Pueblo West. Military honors by Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.
Richard Carrari - Huerfano World - October 30, 2003 - Richard Carrari, of Denver, was born Aug. 17, 1930 and passed away Oct. 22, 2003. Richard is survived by his sisters, Margaret Johnson, Minnie Colnar and Elsa Fini. He is preceded in death by one brother, Mario Carrari; one sister, Mary Jane Kjorvstad; and his parents, Rose and Ercole Carrari. The rosary and mass were held Monday, Oct. 27, at St. Mary Catholic Church. Interment was in the Old South Cemetery.
Salvadore Carrea – Pueblo Colorado Daily Chieftain – July 13, 1875 – Salvadore Carrea, but better known some years ago in New Mexico, as Salvadore Lobato, died after a short illness in Pueblo yesterday. He was about seventy years of age. He cut wood and did laboring work for a living. He will be remembered by many citizens as being affected by strasbismus. In former years he was a man of wealth, and an owner of one of the large New Mexican land grants. His family in New Mexico are still wealthy. - Daily Rocky Mountain News - July 15, 1875 - Death of an Aged Mexican - Salvadore Carrea, a Mexican, with a singular history, died at Pueblo Tuesday, at the advanced age of seventy-two years. He was born in Old Mexico, but settled in New Mexico just half a century ago. His ancestry, as far back as he knew anything about them, were wealthy people, and among his relatives now living in New Mexico is one man who owns forty thousand head of sheep. Twenty years ago Salvadore Carrea was possessed of great wealth, being the owner of one of the largest land grants in New Mexico. But his possessions slipped out of his hands, and for fifteen years past he has supported himself, in a precarious degree, by sawing wood, carrying water, and by performing other menial labor and drudgery. He was married to a Mexican beauty in his eighteenth year, but she has been dead over fifty years, and he preferred to live and die a widower.
Carrero, Maria Lucia
Maria Lucia Carrero - Pueblo Chieftain - May 21, 2006 - Maria Lucia Carrero, 67. May 19, 2006, our beloved mother left us before her time. No words can express the loss we feel for her departure from this Earth. Our only consolation is that she walks with Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She is survived by her husband of 47 years, William Carrero Sr.; children, Sylvia and Wyndel Jones, William and Tanya Carrero, John and Patricia Carrero, Christine Carrero, Rosemary and John Ceplo, Carmel Carrero and Edmund Rael, Debra and Efrem Salgado, Brenda Carrero and Willie Cano. Mrs. Maria Carrero has 29 wonderful grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her parents, Feliciano and Louisa Ramirez; sisters, Faye Valdez, Tomasita Ramirez and Mary Medina; brothers, Antonio Gomez and Freddie Ramirez; and grandson, Angel Luciano Carrero-Rael. Also survived by her siblings, Benito and Magdelena Gomez, Augustina and Tano Flores, Guadalupe and Margaret Gomez, Nellie and Francisco Lazaro, Gabby and Mary Louise Granillo and Petra Simental; and brothers-in-law, Francisco Carrero and Emilio Carrero. Mom we have cried all of our tears for you. Love and miss you, Dad and all your children. Viewing arrangements pending. Rosary, 7 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday; both services at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart.
Carrico, Neva Lou
Neva L. Carrico - Pueblo Chieftain - May 21, 2002 - Neva L. Carrico, 79, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, May 16, 2002. Neva bravely battled Parkinson's disease for 20 years. She was born in Boswell, Ark., on Feb. 25, 1923. She moved to Pueblo in 1952 with her husband and four daughters. After her husband passed away in 1956, Neva always took pride in working hard and being able to provide for her family. She was employed by King Soopers for many years until her retirement in 1981. Neva loved people and loved to talk and share stories. She was eager to help people and went out of her way to nurture friendships and share her beautiful smile. Although she faced adversities, she always kept a positive attitude and when asked how she was, she would reply, I can't complain. She loved to tease and joke, and loved her family. While she lived in Colorado most of her life, she never lost her southern accent or charm. She valued family and friends above all else, and was inspiring to all of us who will miss her. She will be remembered for her positive spirit and loving nature. She loved the simple things and saw beauty all around her. Her philosophy seemed to be “Accept what people offer — drink their milkshakes, feel their love.” Our family would like to especially thank the exceptional people involved in caring for Neva: The ultimate friend and angel, Alana McAlpine, and her daughters Christina and Michelle, who lovingly cared for Neva for the past four years; the doctors and nurses at the Wound Care Center and Parkview Hospital; Dr. Kevin Johnson, Dr. Sunku, Dr. Settipani, Dr. Middleton, Dr. Steinle, Marie Fabjancic, Patricia King and Ed Schultz. Preceded in death by her parents, Frank and Louise Hagar; husband, Herman Carrico; brother, Walton Hagar; sister, Beatrice Bagwell; and daughter, Linda Carrico. She is lovingly remembered by her many friends and family, including her sisters, Floy Snodgrass (Bill) and Johnie Faye Fitzsimmons (Daryl); and daughters, Judy Young (Bill), Sharon Balter (Gordon) and Bennie Swanson (Jim). Neva had eight grandchildren, Craig, Kevin and Brian Young, Jennifer Ruff, Jamie Johnson, Brad and Wendy Swanson, and Louise Gonzalez. She also had seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Monday, May 20, at 1 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church to be immediately followed by burial at Mountain View Cemetery. The family will greet friends at the church immediately following the graveside committal. In lieu of flowers or food, the family respectfully requests that donations be made in Neva's honor to the Neva Carrico Memorial Fund in care of the funeral home office.
Geraldine "Gerry" Carrigan - Pueblo Chieftain - March 19, 2000 - Geraldine "Gerry" Carrigan shared faith, talent and humor as a journalist, missionary and educator. She served in Missouri, Colorado, France and Japan. She was born in Kansas City, Mo., on Oct. 10, 1928. She is survived by sisters, nephews, nieces and friends. Her sisters are Marilyn Fennesy and Regina Howard, both of Kansas City. "Aunt Gerry's" nephews are Vince, Jerry and Jack Fennesy and Dennis and George Howard. Nieces are Marua Hein, Regina Wilckens, Margaret Howard and Nancy Fennesy. She was predeceased by parents, Jerry and Nell Carrigan; brothers, Donald, George and John Carrigan; grandparents, George and Anna Andrews and Farrell and Anna Carrigan; and niece, Eva Monaghan. In Colorado since 1972, she first served as Director of Religious Education in the Jesuit Southwest Missions in Segundo, Aguilar and Trinidad. For 15 years, ending in 1988, she was editor-business manager of Crosswinds, the Pueblo diocesan newspaper. In 1976, with her uncle, George Andrews, S.J., she co-founded Abba House of Prayer and served as director since 1986. She also directed the Catholic Renewal Center, Pueblo, and served as vice president of the Colorado MIR Center while editing MIR's newspaper, Heart of the Harvest. In 1988, she established Colorado Cassette Co. and Contemporary Renewal News Service. As publisher of COR Communications, she promoted "Kingdom of the Spirit" by Josep Terelya, as well as other books. In the mid'80s, she was commissioned in the Pueblo diocese's Ministry in Christian Service program. During formative years in Kansas City, she graduated from Holy Cross Grade School, St. Teresa's Academy and Avila College. In 1949, she earned a bachelor's degree in English, with minors in French and philosophy. In college, she was elected senior delegate to the National Students Association and the National Federation of Catholic College Students, in which she shared NFCCS' regional press commission. Among her awards were National Honor Society, Who's Who Among American College Students, Avila Medal of Honor, Missouri Institute of the Press and Manley Literary Trophy. She spent her first three years after graduation with a core group of young journalists dedicated to starting a national Catholic daily newspaper edited by laypersons. She worked with the newspaper's pilot project, The Morning Star, in Chicago, with the Sun Herald through its 10 months of publication in Kansas City, and with its spinoff, the New York Banner. In New York with the Banner, she also promoted the American St. Boniface German Relief Society and edited an autobiography, "My Thirty-Third Year," by Rev. Gerhardt Fittkau. In New York, she also volunteered at Dorothy Day's Catholic Worker House and Baroness DeHueck's Harlem Friendship House. She also was on the staff of Integrity magazine. Returning to Kansas City in 1952, she worked on special projects of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, including starting a community center in Old St. Patrick's parish, editorial assistance on the biography of Archbishop Edwin V. O'Hara of Kansas City-St. Joseph, translation from French of a book, "Only Through These Hands," by Bishop Pierree-Marie Theas of Lourdes, France, and administrative assistance in the confraternity's national office, Washington, D.C. In 1957, she earned a master's degree from Notre Dame-St. Mary's School of Theology, South Bend, Ind., and became founding editor of the Catholic Missourian, diocesan newspaper of Jefferson City, Mo. During Lincoln University's first year of non-minority enrollment, she entered graduate studies in education. She left Jefferson City with a call to international journalism in Japan. In Japan from 1958-1962, she edited Oriens, a multi-language magazine published in Himeji and Tokyo, in cooperation with bishops and clergy of Japan and Belgian priests of the Scheurt community. While editing, she also translated articles from French to English and Latin to English as a resource for the faith community. In Tokyo, she studied at Sophia University Language Institute and held seminars on T.S. Eliot's poetry for Japanese university students. With interfaith seminars and surveys, she built bridges of understanding. During the next 10 years, she worked in Kansas City on the diocesan Catholic Reporter and New People, the Independence Examiner, National Catholic Reporter and Kansas City Star. She moved in 1972 to Colorado. At Lourdes, France, frequently since 1952, she shared retreats and seminars with diocesan laywomen from Third World homelands. At the Auxilium in Lourdes, she shared faith in English, French and Japanese. Other long-term interests are the Catholic Press Association, the Association of Christian Therapists, Colorado MIR Society and National Charismatic Renewal. Memorial gifts will be welcome at the Abba House Foundation, 519 W. 11th St., Pueblo, Colo., 81003, or the Auxilium, L'Hermitage de St. Joseph, Lourdes, France, 65110. Viewing, 5 to 7 p.m. Monday at Romero Funeral Chapel. Funeral Mass, 2 p.m. Tuesday at Sacred Heart Cathedral. Celebrant will be Rev. Bob Hagan. Interment at Roselawn Cemetery. Friends will be received at Sacred Heart Cathedral Hall after interment.
Aurellio Carrillo - Weekly Ignacio Chieftain - September 12, 1919 - Detective Charles Baty was exonerated by a coroner's jury sitting at Pueblo from the charge of murder in connection with the shooting and killing of Aurellio Carrillo, the Mexican, alleged to have been one of the two men who shot and killed two other Mexicans on the night of August 10th. The shooting took place when the detective went to a rooming house where it was learned the Mexican was in hiding.
Dan "Head" Carrillo - Pueblo Chieftain - May 04, 2001 - Dan "Head" Carrillo, 68, of Pueblo, passed away May 2, 2001. Born Sept. 22, 1932, in Pueblo, Colo. Preceded in death by his loving wife, Mary Carrillo and father, Pedro Carrillo. Survived by his mother, Ermalinda Carrillo, Pueblo; daughter, Ambrosia (Doug Simon) Carrillo, Pueblo; brothers, Pete (Dolores) Carrillo, Jess (Sandy) Trujillo, Dave (Stella) Carrillo, all of Pueblo; sisters, Veva (Bob) Alexander, Margaret Fernandez, both of Pueblo; sisters-in-law, Victoria Naranjo, Josephine (Ignacio) Rivera Hernandez, both of Pueblo, Henrietta Sanchez, California; and granddaughter, Jennifer Carrillo. Dan was a Bronco fan, enjoyed fishing and also was one heck of a ballplayer. He was loved by many people and couldn't say no to anyone. Viewing, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday at Romero Chapel. Vigil rosary, 7 p.m. Sunday. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Monday, both services at St. Francis Church. Celebrant, Rev. Thomas R. Hinni, C.M. Relatives and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall after interment.
David Carrillo - Colorado Springs Gazette - October 14, 1929 - Four Die on Grade Crossing at Pinon - Auto Driven Directly in Front (of) Train - Fifth Person In Car Escapes Uninjured -Pueblo, Colo., Oct., 13 - Four persons were killed and two injured eight miles north of here this afternoon when an automobile they were passengers in was struck by a southbound Rio Grande passenger train. The dead were Mr. and Mrs. David Carrilo and their daughter Raquel, 10, and Mrs. Ascension Najar, all of Pueblo. David Carrilo, who suffered a broken back, died tonight in a Pueblo hospital. Ascension Najar was only lightly shaken. The accident was at a blind crossing near Pinon, Colo. The automobile was driven on to the crossing directly in front of the train, the crew of which said the whistle was blown and bell sounded. Najar, who escaped with only a shaking up, was in the back seat of the car. He said he saw the train and tried to throw the Carrilo girl out but did not have time. Bodies of the victims were turned over to the Pueblo county coroner who announced an inquest would be held at a date to be fixed later. The train was in charge of Conductor John McGraw and Engineer Billy Williams, both of Denver. Pueblo Indicator – October 19, 1929 – Again the Deadly Grade Crossing – D. & R. G. Passenger Smashes Automobile and Kills Four Persons – Still another case of where a railroad train and an automobile reached one of those deadly surface crossings at the same time and as a result four persons are dead. The accident occurred at Pinon, 8 miles north of Pueblo, about 4:30 p.m., October 13. Those in the fatal wreck were: David Carrillo, 29, a steel worker, residing at 118 Arroyo Avenue; Margarita Carrillo, his wife; Raquel Carrillo, 11, their daughter; Mrs. Concepcion Nagar, 30, of Pinon. In the car was Ascension Nagar, a section worker, who jumped and was uninjured. The wife, daughter, and Mrs. Nagar were killed instantly and David Carrillo died a few hours later at a local hospital. The train was running fast on a down grade and ran past the crossing a quarter of a mile before stopping. A coroner's jury sitting on the case Tuesday afternoon brought in a verdict to the effect that the accident was caused through the carelessness of the driver, David Carrillo.Note: "Dave" Carrillo is buried in Roselawn Cemetery in Pueblo, Colorado, next to his wife, Margarita Carrillo, and his daughter, Raquel Carrillo.
Carrillo, Frank Navarro
Frank Navarro Carrillo - Pueblo Chieftain - June 20, 2004 - Frank Navarro Carrillo, 92, passed away June 17, 2004. Survived by his children, Frank Daniel (Eleanor) Carrillo of Brighton, Colo., Ruth Naomi (Rolland) Garrow of Golden, Colo., Rebecca Anita (Richard) Gonzales of Aurora, Colo., Esther JoAnn (Santos) Lopez of Lanham, Md., Betty Elizabeth Carrillo of Rouzerville, Pa., and Carol Louise (John) Carrillo-Dietzler of Westminster, Colo.; 13 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by his wife, Mary Carrillo, on Nov. 7, 2001; son, Reuben Abraham Carrillo; and parents, Refugio and Tomosa Carrillo. Born June 15, 1912, in Mexico City, Mexico, Frank was employed as a carman for the Santa Fe Railroad. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Carmen and Rocky Mountain Baptist Church. Viewing will be from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, at the funeral home. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 22, 2004, at the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with the Rev. Gordon Rogers officiating. Interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Rocky Mountain Baptist Church through the funeral home.
Joseph Carrillo - Pueblo Chieftain - April 06, 1999 - Joseph Carrillo, age 73, passed away April 4, 1999. Survived by his wife, Elva Carrillo, and sisters, Theresa (Phillip) Rodriguez, Mary C. Gonzales and Lou Hernandez, all of Pueblo, Colo. Also survived by several nieces, nephews and numerous friends. Preceded in death by two sisters, Dominga Turrubiate and Louise Avalos. Mr. Carrillo was employed with the CF&I Steel Corporation for 42 years and was a member of Eagles No. 195, BPOE No. 190, Union Local 2102, the National Guard and Holy Family Church parish, where services will be held. Rosary, Tuesday, 7 p.m., and funeral Mass, Wednesday, 10 a.m., Bishop Arthur N. Tafoya, celebrant. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.
Margarita Carrillo - Colorado Springs Gazette - October 14, 1929 - Four Die on Grade Crossing at Pinon - Auto Driven Directly in Front (of) Train - Fifth Person In Car Escapes Uninjured -Pueblo, Colo., Oct., 13 - Four persons were killed and two injured eight miles north of here this afternoon when an automobile they were passengers in was struck by a southbound Rio Grande passenger train. The dead were Mr. and Mrs. David Carrilo and their daughter Raquel, 10, and Mrs. Ascension Najar, all of Pueblo. David Carrilo, who suffered a broken back, died tonight in a Pueblo hospital. Ascension Najar was only lightly shaken. The accident was at a blind crossing near Pinon, Colo. The automobile was driven on to the crossing directly in front of the train, the crew of which said the whistle was blown and bell sounded. Najar, who escaped with only a shaking up, was in the back seat of the car. He said he saw the train and tried to throw the Carrilo girl out but did not have time. Bodies of the victims were turned over to the Pueblo county coroner who announced an inquest would be held at a date to be fixed later. The train was in charge of Conductor John McGraw and Engineer Billy Williams, both of Denver. Pueblo Indicator – October 19, 1929 – Again the Deadly Grade Crossing – D. & R. G. Passenger Smashes Automobile and Kills Four Persons – Still another case of where a railroad train and an automobile reached one of those deadly surface crossings at the same time and as a result four persons are dead. The accident occurred at Pinon, 8 miles north of Pueblo, about 4:30 p.m., October 13. Those in the fatal wreck were: David Carrillo, 29, a steel worker, residing at 118 Arroyo Avenue; Margarita Carrillo, his wife; Raquel Carrillo, 11, their daughter; Mrs. Concepcion Nagar, 30, of Pinon. In the car was Ascension Nagar, a section worker, who jumped and was uninjured. The wife, daughter, and Mrs. Nagar were killed instantly and David Carrillo died a few hours later at a local hospital. The train was running fast on a down grade and ran past the crossing a quarter of a mile before stopping. A coroner's jury sitting on the case Tuesday afternoon brought in a verdict to the effect that the accident was caused through the carelessness of the driver, David Carrillo.Note: "Dave" Carrillo is buried in Roselawn Cemetery in Pueblo, Colorado, next to his wife, Margarita Carrillo, and his daughter, Raquel Carrillo.
Carrillo, Mary G.
Mary G. Carrillo - Pueblo Chieftain - November 09, 2001 - Mary G. Carrillo, 86, passed away Nov. 7, 2001. Survived by her husband of 70 years, Frank Carrillo, of the family home; children, Frank D. (Eleanor) Carrillo, Brighton, Colo., Ruth (Rolland) Garrow, Golden, Colo., Rebecca (Rich) Gonzales, Aurora, Colo., Jo Ann (Santos) Lopez, Lanham, Md., Betty Carrillo, Chambersburg, Pa., and Carol Carrillo (John) Dietzler, Westminister, Colo.; 14 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; and numerous friends. Preceded in death by her son, Reuben Carrillo in 1975. Born Aug. 15, 1915, in Mexico. Mary was a longtime resident of La Junta and was a cook for La Junta School District until her retirement in 1975. She enjoyed sewing and flower arranging and attended Rocky Mountain Baptist Church. She will lie in state at the funeral home from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Saturday and from 1 until 5 p.m. Sunday, with the family receiving friends from 3 until 5 p.m. on Sunday. Funeral service will be held 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 12, 2001, at Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with Pastor Gordon Rogers officiating. Interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. Those who desire may make memorials to Life Care Center Activities Center or Rocky Mountain Baptist Church Building Fund, through the funeral home.
Carrillo, Mary Rita
Mary Rita Carrillo - Pueblo Chieftain - August 15, 1998 - Mary Rita Carrillo, 55, passed away unexpectedly Aug. 12, 1998. The daughter of the late John and Ambrosia (Johnson) Naranjo, she was born Nov. 6, 1942, in La Veta, Colo. Preceded also in death by brothers, Jake, Louie and Robert "Nedro" Naranjo- a sister, Genevieve Williams- and son, Tom Naranjo. Mary Rita is survived by her husband, Dan Carrillo- daughter, Ambrosia Irene Carrillo- granddaughter, Jennifer Marie Carrillo- siblings, Vickie Naranjo and Josie (Ignacio) Rivera-Hernandez, all of Pueblo, Henrietta Sanchez and Leo Naranjo, both of California- and several nieces and nephews, including Amos Naranjo and Manuel Naranjo, whom she helped to raise. She will also be missed by her faithful dog, "Pupps." Visitation, noon until 6 p.m. today and Sunday, Angelus Chapel. Vigil services, 7 p.m. Sunday. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Monday. Both services, St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, Rev. Ron Roche, celebrant. Interment, Roselawn. Family will receive friends at 1308 Cypress.
Paul Carrillo - Pueblo Chieftain - May 31, 2004 - Paul Carrillo, 61, of Pueblo, went home to be with the Lord May 28, 2004. Born April 28, 1943, in La Junta, Colo. Preceded in death by his parents, Ofelia and Manuel Carrillo. Survived by loving wife, Sandy Carrillo; son, Chris Paulson; brother, Carlos Carrillo; sisters, Rose (Leo) Montanez, Alice (Paul) Gonzales and Irene (Louis) Pantoya. Paul worked at Trane as a machinist. He enjoyed jewelry-making, hunting, gardening, photography and his Corvette. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the ARC of Pueblo or Sangre de Cristo Hospice through the funeral home. Visitation, 2 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, and funeral service, 10 a.m. Wednesday; both at Romero Chapel. Relatives and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall after service. Interment to follow in La Junta.
Raquel Carrillo - Colorado Springs Gazette - October 14, 1929 - Four Die on Grade Crossing at Pinon - Auto Driven Directly in Front (of) Train - Fifth Person In Car Escapes Uninjured -Pueblo, Colo., Oct., 13 - Four persons were killed and two injured eight miles north of here this afternoon when an automobile they were passengers in was struck by a southbound Rio Grande passenger train. The dead were Mr. and Mrs. David Carrilo and their daughter Raquel, 10, and Mrs. Ascension Najar, all of Pueblo. David Carrilo, who suffered a broken back, died tonight in a Pueblo hospital. Ascension Najar was only lightly shaken. The accident was at a blind crossing near Pinon, Colo. The automobile was driven on to the crossing directly in front of the train, the crew of which said the whistle was blown and bell sounded. Najar, who escaped with only a shaking up, was in the back seat of the car. He said he saw the train and tried to throw the Carrilo girl out but did not have time. Bodies of the victims were turned over to the Pueblo county coroner who announced an inquest would be held at a date to be fixed later. The train was in charge of Conductor John McGraw and Engineer Billy Williams, both of Denver. Pueblo Indicator – October 19, 1929 – Again the Deadly Grade Crossing – D. & R. G. Passenger Smashes Automobile and Kills Four Persons – Still another case of where a railroad train and an automobile reached one of those deadly surface crossings at the same time and as a result four persons are dead. The accident occurred at Pinon, 8 miles north of Pueblo, about 4:30 p.m., October 13. Those in the fatal wreck were: David Carrillo, 29, a steel worker, residing at 118 Arroyo Avenue; Margarita Carrillo, his wife; Raquel Carrillo, 11, their daughter; Mrs. Concepcion Nagar, 30, of Pinon. In the car was Ascension Nagar, a section worker, who jumped and was uninjured. The wife, daughter, and Mrs. Nagar were killed instantly and David Carrillo died a few hours later at a local hospital. The train was running fast on a down grade and ran past the crossing a quarter of a mile before stopping. A coroner's jury sitting on the case Tuesday afternoon brought in a verdict to the effect that the accident was caused through the carelessness of the driver, David Carrillo.Note: "Dave" Carrillo is buried in Roselawn Cemetery in Pueblo, Colorado, next to his wife, Margarita Carrillo, and his daughter, Raquel Carrillo.
Carrillo, Rufinita G.
Rufinita G. Carrillo - Pueblo Chieftain - April 13, 2002 - Rufinita G. Carrillo, 85, a homemaker, departed this life April 10, 2002, at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital. A Pueblo resident since 1952, she was born Sept. 21, 1916, in Carjilon, N.M. Mrs. Carrillo is predeceased by her parents, Delfino and Lucianna (Chavez) Gallegos; husband, Rafel Jose Carrillo Sr.; two sisters; a brother; and four children. Survived by her children, Rafel (Margie) Carrillo Jr.; Esther Solano, Beatrice (Edmond) Luevano, Lucy (Feliciano) Lucero, Elaine (Andres) Lucero, Delfin Carrillo, Antonia (Frank Romero) Trujillo, Julia (Dan Tafoya) Carrillo, Jessie Sanchez; a sister, Eminida Garcia; 40 grandchildren; numerous great- and great-great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. Visitation, noon until 6 p.m. today and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Angelus Chapel. Both services, Holy Rosary Catholic Church. Rosary vigil, 4 p.m. Sunday. Funeral Mass, 9 a.m. Monday. The Rev. Monsignor Mark A. Plewka celebrant. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Family will receive friends at 56 Solar Drive.
Carrington, Charles L. Jr.
Charles L. Carrington - Pueblo Chieftain - June 16, 2000 - Charles L. Carrington Jr., 61, passed away June 14, 2000, at home after a brief illness. He is preceded in death by his loving parents, Charles Carrington Sr. and Thelma Courtemanche; and brother, Paul "Timer" Carrington. He is survived by his loving and adoring wife, Pat Carrington. Survived by children, Charles Carrington III, Joyce (Mark) Grinstead, Mitch (Sandy) Carrington, Kimberly Colby, Russell Carrington, Gilbert Lopez, Samuel Lopez, Anthony (Taniya) Sanchez, Gina (Walter) Sisneros and Jamie (Dave) Schreiner; brother and sister, Richard (Pat) Carrington and Georgia (Edward) Johnston. He was an extremely devoted grandfather to his 17 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Charlie is best remembered as an avid carpenter; he spent 40 years as part of the carpenters union and dedicated most of his life to the business he loved. Charlie enjoyed making the annual run to Sturgis, as well as riding his Harley in the local Toy Runs. He also spent countless hours watching car races, both live and on television. Viewing, 6 to 10 p.m. Friday, June 16, 2000, at Funeral Home. Funeral service, 3 p.m. Saturday, June 17, 2000, at Rose Chapel. At his request, cremation will follow the services.
Carroll, Adah Ellen
Adah Ellen Carroll - Pueblo Chieftain - October 13, 1987 - Adah Ellen Carroll, 85, of I Fowler, died Monday, Oct. 12, 1987, at a La Junta nursing home. Survived by one brother, Cephas Carroll, Pueblo; and one sister, Mary Pemberton, Pueblo; nieces and nephews. Arrangements later.
James Carroll – Durango Democrat – May 30, 1903 – A Drop Too Much – Former Pueblo Man Ground to Pieces on Railway Track – Colorado Springs, May 29 – A man was run over and killed this afternoon on the Midland railroad between here and Colorado City by an express train due here at 6:30. The man was literally ground to pieces, and why his companion who was walking on the track with him did not meet a similar fate seems almost a miracle, but he jumped to one side in time to save himself. From that man it is learned that the name of the dead man was James Carroll, and that he lived in Denver, was a cook and at one time had lived in Pueblo and was employed by a hotel there, but beyond this very little could be obtained from the man, as he was quite drunk. It is supposed they had both been drinking at Colorado City and had started to walk to Colorado Springs.
Carroll, James H.
James H. Carroll - Pueblo Chieftain - January 12, 1941 - James H. Carroll, announcement of services later.
Jean Carroll - Pueblo Chieftain - June 12, 2005 - Jean Carroll, Service will be Tues., June 14, 2005 at 1pm at Pueblo Christian Center, 1605 S. Pueblo Blvd. J.B. Bryant, friend.
Carroll, Joe N.
Joe N. Carroll - Pueblo Chieftain - March 25, 2001 - Passed away March 21, 2001. Viewing Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. Funeral service Monday, 2 p.m., Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens with military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.
Carroll, Kati M.
Kati M. Carroll - Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph - March 29, 1997 - Kati M. Carroll, 76, a homemaker, died March 26, 1997, in Walsenburg. No services are planned. Dove-Witt Family Mortuary, 6630 S. Highway 85/87 in Fountain, is handling arrangements. Mrs. Carroll was born Feb. 7, 1921, in Berlin. She was married June 27, 1955, in Palmer, Alaska, to William P. Carroll, who lives in Colorado Springs. She is also survived by a son, William P. Jr. of Cape Canaveral, Fla.; a daughter, Viola Betts of Brampton, Ontario; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Mrs. Carroll loved her family very much. She had lived in Colorado Springs since 1964, previously living in Alaska, Italy, Germany and Georgia.
Carroll, Lester Wayne
Lester Wayne Carroll - Huerfano World Journal - June 11, 2009 - Lester Wayne Carroll, 66, of Gardner, CO, passed away May 25, 2009 on Memorial Day. Born in Brownsburg, VA. He lived his life in various parts of the world due to his service to his country, but he lived principally in Colorado, Virginia, and Texas. An honored Air Force Veteran, Les served our country in the Vietnam War. Les was a chemical engineer focusing on Biohazard protection. He finished his last seven years at Lowry AFB as Superintendent of their Bioenvironmental Engineering and Safety program, where he saved lives and contributed to public health and safety. Les received an Honorable Discharge as a Senior Master Sergeant after 26 successful years in the Air Force. Les then selected to continue to serve his nation with the Veterans Administration as the Director of Safety and Occupational Health at Fort Lyon Veterans' Hospital in Las Animas, CO. Les was recognized and awarded for initiating best practices in safety programs for the VA Hospital System; the policies and practices he implemented are continued today. He is preceded in death by his wife Alma Jane Lester. He is survived by his son Lee H. Carroll; daughter Kirsten K. Yeisley and her husband Shayne; his former wife Saundra Kaye Galloway; step son Mark Garcia and his wife Julie; step daughter Pam Saur; and 8 grandchildren – Edward, Nicole, Vincent, Alex, Erin, Morgan, Jacob and Alyssa. Services will be held on Saturday, May 30th, 2009 at 11:00 am at Johnson-Romero Funeral home in Walsenburg. Burial and reception to follow at the family property at 958 County Rd 620.
Carroll, Lotus E.
Lotus E. Carroll - Pueblo Chieftain - April 01, 2000 - Lotus E. Carroll, 79, formerly of Fowler and Pueblo, died March 26, 2000, in Renton, Wash. Graveside inurnment, 1 p.m. Saturday, April 8, at the Fowler Cemetery.
Carroll, Michael Christopher
Michael Christopher Carroll - Pueblo Chieftain - March 14, 2002 - Six weeks, went to be with the Lord on March 12, 2002. This beautiful baby boy is preceded in death by his auntie, Kristie “Yi Yia” Mariano. He is survived by his mommy and daddy, Patti Mariano and Matt Carroll; brother, Gabriel; and sister, Amber; aunties, Tina, Gypsy, Laura, Amy and Jennifer; uncles, Jason, Charley, Jim and Mark; grandparents, Patricia J. Mariano and James H. Carroll; cousins, Joey, Kenny, Dylan, Raven, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Brian, Rae, Anthony and Raymond; and numerous other relatives. This little angel had barely begun his life and in his short time with us brought us so much joy. For one so small he showed a great love of music, sunshine and the blue sky. He was loved dearly and adored greatly by all who saw and met him. His passing will weigh greatly on our hearts and souls, but we know he has gone to heaven to be with our Lord. Michael will always be loved and greatly missed. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Friday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel.
William Carroll - Trinidad Enterprise - January 3, 1880 – William Carroll, who was shot early yesterday morning, died during the morning, and was buried in the afternoon. Trinidad Enterprise – January 3, 1880 – The coroner's inquest yesterday morning regarding the death of William Carroll, rendered a verdict that he came to his death from the effects of a pistol shot, which shot was fired by his own hands.
Carron, Cary Jane
Cary Jane Carron - Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home – December 2002 - Cary Jane Carron (May 29, 1925-December 12, 2002) Cary Jane (Carmela Joann) was born on May 29, 1925 to Angelo and Jennie Faoro of Sopris, Colorado. She grew up in Sopris, graduating from Lincoln High School in 1943. Upon graduation she went on to earn her nursing degree and worked in Iowa. It was there that she met and married Thomas Michael Carron II. Their first child, "Tommy" arrived in June of 1956. The family returned to Colorado in 1958, settling in Denver. Their daughter, Kim was born in 1960. Cary and Tom were active members of Notre Dame Church in Denver. Cary belonged to the various women's organizations while the children were young and volunteered with the teens as the children grew older. In 1966 she was asked by the Denver Diocese to take on the role of coordinator for "Special Ministries for the Handicapped." It became her lifelong commitment, a position she was involved with daily until her death. She is survived by her children and grandchildren Thomas Michael Carron III, his wife, Pam, and their children Brett, Kristen and Phillip; and daughter Kimberly Ann and her son, Adam. She is also survived by her brother, Anthony Faoro of Pueblo, Colorado. She was preceded in death by her husband, Tom, in 1982 and her parents in 1985. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Notre Dame Church in Denver on Tuesday, December 17, 2002 at 11:00 a.m.
Carron, Erman J.
Erman J. Carron - Pueblo Chieftain - March 06, 2001 Age 75, of Walsenburg. At his request cremation has taken place.
Carrothers, Leo Bryan
Leo Bryan Carrothers - Lake City Times – 1900 – Little Bryan Cruthers Is Gone - Last Friday night occurred the death of Leo Bryan Cruthers, the only son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cruthers, aged 2 years, 6 months and 13 days. The little fellow had been sick several days and the last day or two he suffered terribly, so that death came as a relief. The sight of his suffering was no less pitiful than the little still white form after the spirit had flown. Physicians and friends did all in their power to give relief, but it was not for them to give. Only those who have had a great sorrow themselves can fully sympathize with the bereaved parents. To the mother is the blow doubly hard, for it is but a few short weeks since she attended the funeral of her youngest brother. The little body was taken by the parents to Pueblo Sunday and the funeral was held Tuesday. [Submitter's note: Bryan Carrothers, born 1897 died 1900. Agnes Carrothers, daughter of John and Ida May (O'Brien) Carrothers was born 16 November 1888 in Clear Creek County, Colorado; she died of diphtheria on 1 Jan 1890 in Clear Creek County, Colorado. She is buried in Alvarado Cemetery, Georgetown, Clear Creek County, Colorado. Agnes Carrothers is buried in the Georgetown, Alvarado Cemetery in Clear Creek County, Colorado.]
Lieutenant Carrow – Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – May 29, 1879 – The cause of the suicide of Lieut. Carrow, of the regular army, who shot himself last week, at the Planters' house, has transpired. He was deeply in love with Miss Ella Sturgis, daughter of Lieut. Col. Sturgis, but her father did not fancy his attentions, and removed the young lady to St. Louis. Carrow's pride was hurt by this treatment, but he did not give up the suit. The sentiment of Miss Sturgis does not appear. He followed her to that city two weeks ago, and told a friend that he had gone to get a final answer to his offer of marriage. He was hopeful, too, and was unusually jovial in several social gatherings. One evening he led the german with Miss Sturgis, and embraced the opportunity to plead his case. She told him that she would send him a letter the next day. She kept her promise by a written refusal.
Carruth, Mary G.
Mary G. Carruth - Pueblo Chieftain - May 30, 2006 - Mary G. Carruth. Viewing, 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday, May 31, 2006, T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. Graveside service to follow at 1 p.m., Imperial Memorial Gardens Cemetery.
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