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Joe Carsella - La Veta Signature - January 29, 1987 - Former Walsenburg resident Joe Carsella, 42, died January 12, 1987 as a result of injuries received in an auto accident. Mr. Carsella was born in Alamosa on May 31, 1944 to Joseph and Mary Carsella. They came to Walsenburg where he purchased the J.C.'s Saloon. He had been living in Pueblo for the past year. Mr. Carsella is survived by his wife, Deborah Carsella, Pueblo; sons, Anthony Carsella, Ronald Carsella, both of San Jose, CA; Robert Carsella and daughter Ronda, both of Walsenburg; step-sons, Saul and Isreal Quintana, both of Erie, CO; a brother Robert Carsella of Tracy, CA; one grandson, Ronald Carsella, Jr., as well as numerous cousins, one niece and one nephew. J.M. Antle Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Carson, Barbara N.
Barbara N. Carson - Pueblo Chieftain- January 03, 2002 - Age 78, went home Jan. 1, 2002. Born to Riley and Minnie Dunlap Drain on Sept. 20, 1923. She had two siblings who preceded her in death tragically, Dorothy Drain and William Perry Drain. Predeceased also by her granddaughter and her husband, Kristine and Alex Roarke. Survived by children and their spouses: Bill and Cindy Carson, Peggy and Dave Ruegg; nine grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Barbara retired as a psych tech supervisor after 26 years of service at the Colorado State Hospital. She was a past member of Central Christian Church in Pueblo, a current member of First Christian Church in Canon City and was also a member of the DAR. Cremation, Almont Crematory. Memorial service, 10:30 a.m. Friday, First Christian Church, 320 N. 16th St., Canon City, Colo. Inurnment, Mountain View Cemetery in Pueblo, Colo., at 1 p.m. Friday. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice West, Central Christian Church or First Christian Church in her memory.
Carson, Constance J.
Constance J. "Connie" Carson - Pueblo Chieftain - January 21, 2002 - Age 57, born Jan. 18, 1944, passed away Jan. 14, 2002, in Chicago, Ill. She is survived by her mother and stepfather, Louis and Hazel Nava; children, Troy Loop and Cindy Maddux; and grandchildren, Erica, Jeffrey, Doug, Jake and Devon. Also survived by sister, Vivian (Larry) Vogel; brother, Larry (Sandy) Nestor; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Preceded in death by her father, Eugene Nestor; husbands, Gary Loop and Ward Carson; and granddaughter, Kristine Maddux. Connie graduated from Lemon Monroe Ohio High School in June 1961. She loved music, playing the piccolo and the keyboard and had a real zest for life. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2002, George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery.
Carson, Donald E.
Donald E. Carson - Pueblo Chieftain - December 30, 1987 - Donald E. Carson, 65, of Brooklyn, N.Y., formerly of Pueblo, Dec. 28.
Carson, H. R.
H. R. Carson - Huerfano World - July 19, 1990 - This Week in La Veta History - 1924: H. R. Carson died from the effects of an accident on his ranch two miles from town. [Editor's Note: Henry Carson died July 5, 1924. Obituary is in World Independent, July 8, 1924, Page 1.]
Carson, James Edward
James Edward “Bud” Carson - Pueblo Chieftain - February 18, 2002 - Age71 passed away Feb. 13, 2002. He is preceded in death by his parents, Andrew James Carson and Myrtle Agnes Tucker Carson; his sisters, Ruth Ruegg and Clara Heilmans; and his brother, Raymond Carson. Mr. Carson was born and raised in Pueblo, served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean War and was an over-the-road truck driver until he retired due to health problems. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; children, James, Rowena and Steve Carson and Carol (John) Mullins, Kathy Vaughn and John (Eva) Carson; his grandchildren, James, Andrew and Christy Carson, James Vaughn, and Sarah, Trevor and Rory Mullins; and by his sisters, Ellen Sutton, Marie Tiffany and Leona (Bill) Hrutky. He is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. At his request, cremation with a memorial Mass 9:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 18 at Sacred Heart Cathedral.
General Kit Carson - Colorado Chieftain Weekly – June 1, 1868 – Death of Kit Carson - The melancholy intelligence reaches us that Gen. Kit Carson is no more. He died at his residence on the Las Animas, on the 24th inst., of disease of the heart. General Carson was a Kentuckian by birth, removed early in life to the State of Missouri, and while yet a mere boy became a wanderer on the vast plains of the then unknown regions of the West. From about the age of seventeen years until fifty, he lived the life of a hunter, trader and trapper. He early explored and became familiar with the mountains and plains from the Missouri to the Pacific ocean. During all those years of his wild life, he was constantly exposed to every hardship and danger. Sometimes making his home with some tribe of the Indians and assisting them in their wars against other tribes. Sometimes employed as a trapper by some mountain trader - sometimes trading on his own account between New Mexico and California. His home was always the wilderness, and danger was his constant companion. Unaided by the advantages of education or patronage, by the force of indomitable energy and will, by chivalrous courage, by tireless labor and self-denial he rose step by step until his name had become as familiar to the American people as a household word. He stood pre-eminent among the path-finders and founders of empire in the Great West, and his long career, ennobled by hardship and danger, is unsullied by the record of a littleness or meanness. He was nature's model of a gentleman. Kindly of heart, tolerant to all men, good in virtues of disposition rather than great in qualities of mind, he has passed away - dying as through his life-long he had lived - in peace and charity with all men, and leaving behind him a name and memory to be cherished by his countrymen so long as modesty, valor, unobtrusive worth, charity and true chivalry survive among men. Of his precise age we are not advised, but judge he was very near sixty years of age. He leaves children of a tender age to mourn his loss. Golden Colorado Transcript – June 3, 1868 – Death of Kit Carson. – “Kit Carson,” of our boyhood days, General Carson of our later years, was truly a representative man. In our childhood we were charmed with the tales of his romantic career, and in our mature years we have looked upon him as one of the links “which bound us to the days when the great West was an unknown wild.” A correspondent of the News thus announces his death: Fort Lyon, C. T., May 23, 1868. Eds. News: - General Kit Carson died at this post between the hours of four and five o'clock, afternoon, this day, from disease of the heart, under which he has been laboring since his return from the East. He had been removed to the post some ten days since, so that Dr. Tilton, the post surgeon, could give him better attention than if he remained at his brother-in-law's, Mr. Boggs', some five miles distant. Thus is announced the departure of an American citizen of pre-eminent worth and usefulness. His age, sixty-five years. The retrospect of his native life embraces the origin and growth of a scheme of empire, novel to human history. The individuality of the pioneer is in him especially embodied and illustrated. His childhood was passed in Booslick, Missouri. He was reared in the small family group which surrounded the death-bed of Daniel Boone. Departing from these associations at the delicate age of seventeen, he plunged into the immense wilderness of continent and ocean, then extending in unruffled silence from the Mississippi river to the China shore. With books and their contents he was little or not at all acquainted. In the fresh teachings of nature and her inspiring instincts he was profoundly instructed. Action, stirring, uninterrupted, and telling in prodigious results, has absorbed his well spent life. What stupendous metamorphic changes have passed under his eye, succeeding one another in the solitudes. Successively have appeared the hunters, the bee hunters, the trappers for beavers and furs. The earliest pioneers of progress adventuring out into the wilderness, were absorbed by curiosity and enthusiasm, and blinded to all other impulses, as one who should recklessly embark to cross the ocean in a frail canoe. Their successors have been the redoubtable masters of the rifle with a walnut, stock, exquisitely refined in accuracy of eye, nerve, miraculous fortitude, and indomitable endurance. Successively have come the Indian traders, the agriculturalists, the guerilla settlers, the miners, the explorers, and the founders and architects of society. Of all this scenic panorama of events, Carson has been the animating and oracular chief in the field. The immense area of the continent is spotted over with the scenes of desperate conflicts, of which he has been the heroic and successful leader. Over what an immense expense of plains, of snow clad sierras, of rivers, of lakes, and seas, has he cut out the first paths, into which now the locomotives, the steamships, the organized two halves of human society, are massing the activity, the power, the condensed energy of ancient and of modern times? To his companions Carson has always been known as the most genial and excellent of men – of sleepless activity wherever a charitable act has been within his reach. Daring, devoted, and sincere, his fidelity has been unblemished in every hour of his life, and in every relation. Citizen, soldier, husband, father, neighbor – in all these relations his guiding instinct has been an innate chivalry, fro the practice of which nothing has ever deflected him. He had in him a personal courage which came forth when wanted, like lightning from a cloud – at other times unobtrusive and unnoticed. He has always been identified with Colorado, and has resided and died among us. The best of husbands and fathers, his family was a shining example of domestic love and happiness. His children, four sons and a daughter, all under fifteen years of age, are orphans worthy of their parents, and wards of the American people.
Marian Carstenson - Pueblo Chieftain - February 12, 2002 - Passed away Feb. 11, 2002. Arrangements pending. Pueblo Chieftain - February 13, 2002 - Memorial service to be announced at a later date.
Burlyn Carter - Pueblo Chieftain - April 28, 2004 - Burlyn Carter, 76, passed away April 26, 2004, in Pueblo, Colo. Born March 20, 1928, in Pueblo, Colo., to Thomas and Sarah Fisher, who preceded her; along with her husband, William Carter; and sister, Brooklyn VanDuyn. Survived by her son, Steve Ferris; and numerous other family members and friends. Per her request, there was no viewing. Graveside service was held 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 27, at Imperial Memorial Gardens.
Carter, Cheryl L.
Cheryl L. Carter - Pueblo Chieftain - April 28, 2003 - Cheryl L. Carter, 46, of Pueblo West went to be with her Lord, Friday, April 25, 2003. She was born May 11, 1956, in Iowa City, Iowa. Cheryl worked for 27 years in nursing homes in Iowa, Colorado, Texas and Oregon. She attended The Ecumenical Church of Pueblo West, and was active in the singles group, nursery care and youth programs. Cheryl enjoyed traveling and her dog “Rosie.” Time with family and friends was very special to her. Those who knew her will miss her giving and caring heart. Cheryl is survived by a daughter, RanDee Seber of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; her parents, Gerald and Arlene Hoover of Pueblo West; a sister, Janet (Ron) Yardley of Duluth, Minn.; two brothers, Bob (Rayma) Hoover of Westminster, Colo., and Don (Linda) Hoover of Pueblo West. Also survived by six nephews, one niece and her beloved dog, “Rosie.” Honoring her wishes, cremation will take place. Memorial service, 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 29, 2003, The Ecumenical Church of Pueblo West.
Carter, Daniel E. II
Daniel E. Carter II - Pueblo Chieftain - November 22, 2002 - Daniel E. Carter II, 20, passed away Nov. 19, 2002. Survived by his father, Daniel E. Carter Sr., Pueblo West; a very special person in his life, Stella Carter, Monks Corner, S.C.; children, Hailey Nicole Carter and Alexander J. Carter, both of Pueblo; grandparents, Charles and Virginia Carter, Pueblo West; aunts and uncles, Charles and Ginger Carter, Michael and Candi Carter, all of Pueblo, and Barbara and Randy Cates, Colorado Springs; cousins, Andy and Renee Carter, Karla Carter, Charles Carter III, Brianne Carter and Ryan Cates; very special friend and mother of his children, Desiree Marascola; special friends, Simon Pino, Joe and Art Tabares; numerous other relatives and friends. Daniel was born Nov. 1, 1982, in North Charleston, S.C. He was a salesman for Rainbow Vacuum. He will lie in state at the funeral home from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday. Funeral service, 9:30 a.m. Saturday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Pastor David Grossman officiating. Entombment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery Chapel Mausoleum. The family will receive friends Saturday after 12:30 p.m. at 151 Abarr Drive in Pueblo West.
Carter, Edna Luverta
Edna Luverta Carter - Pueblo Chieftain - October 17, 2004 - Edna Luverta Carter, 83, passed away Oct. 15, 2004. She is preceded in death by her parents, Arthur and Grace Poland; husband, Glenn G. Carter; daughter, Pamela Sue Carter. Edna is survived by her children, Glenda Lu Galpin, Harriet “Jean” (Chester) Gross, Mark Carter; brother, Gale Poland of Rapid City, S.D.; grandchildren, Billy Galpin, Mike (Tammy) Galpin, Kirby Galpin, David Gross, Tammy (Wayne) Wells, Brian Gross; eight great-grandchildren. Also survived by numerous relatives and special friend Judy Hardrick. Edna was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church and the Great Lodge of Auxiliary No. 431. She loved to go places and loved her animals, especially “Scruffy.” Viewing will be 1 to 5 p.m. Monday, at the funeral home. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens.
Carter, Helen Miller
Helen Miller Carter - Pueblo Chieftain - September 19, 2002 - Helen Miller Carter, age 96, born Aug. 27, 1906, in Shelbina, Mo., to James D. and Nelia Miller, passed away Sept. 18, 2002. Preceded in death by her husband, James D. Carter Sr. of Mexico, Mo.; and a daughter, Sarah Gall of Overland Park, Kan. She is survived by a son, James D. (Mary Jo) Carter Jr. of Pueblo; grandchildren, J. Michael (Shelly) Carter and Sarah (Robert) McInnis of Pueblo, Patrick (Gina) Carter of Colorado Springs, William (Dana) Carter of Boulder, Steven (Dee) Gall of Aspen, Daniel (Karen) Gall of Billings, Mont., and Andrew (Laura) Gall of Grand Junction; 12 great-grandchildren; son-in-law, Richard L. Gall of Overland Park, Kan.; and one niece. Mrs. Carter was a resident of Mexico, Mo., until 1992 when she moved to Pueblo and resided in the Villa Pueblo Towers & Pavilion. Memorial Service, 3 p.m. Friday at the George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Inurnment, Mexico, Mo. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or to a charity of your choice.
Carter, Henry L.
Henry L. Carter - Pueblo Chieftain - June 6, 1987 - Henry L. Carter, 98, passed away June 3, 1987. Mr. Carter is survived by his wife, Ruth Carter, of Pueblo; two children, Mrs. L.C. (Betty) Reynolds of Pueblo, Mrs. Wayne (Ruth) Albrecht of Eugene, Ore.; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He also is survived by two sisters, Miss Ollie Carter and Miss Bess Carter, both of North Carolina. Mr. Carter was born Jan. 6, 1889, in Stoneville, N.C., and was a Pueblo resident since about 1915. Mr. Carter served in the U.S. Navy during WW I and later was employed in the power department at CF&I until retirement. He was a member of Masonic Silver State Lodge 95. Visitation hours from noon until 5 p.m. Sunday, June 7, 1987, at Imperial Funeral Home. Graveside service at 11 a.m. Monday, June 8, 1987, at Imperial Memorial Gardens, with Dr. David E. Horton officiating. Interment, Resthaven, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Masonic Silver State Lodge 95 will conduct graveside rites.
Carter, Jack Ralph Davis
Jack Ralph Davis Carter - Pueblo Chieftain - May 02, 2000 - Jack Ralph Davis Carter, 81, departed this life April 29, 2000. He was born in Pueblo to Arthur and Helen Carter on March 30, 1919. Survived by Billie Carter, his beloved wife of 57 years; children, Dianne (Bill) Drake of Lovelock, Nev., J. Ralph Carter Jr. and Pam (Brad) Rice of Pueblo; grandchildren, Denice (Steve) Cerini of Lovelock, Billy Drake of Apopka, Fla., Brian (Annie) Rice of Pueblo and Jennifer Rice of Ridgway, Colo.; and great-grandsons, Stu, Jake and Davis. Also survived by sisters, Phyllis Larson of Pueblo, Beatrice Robinson of Canon City and Kathleen (Virg) DeVoe of Salem, Ore., as well as by numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by parents and brother, Archie Carter. Jack was a 1937 graduate of Pueblo Central High School and served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was a lifelong Episcopalian and a member of the Kiwanis Club. A memorial service will be held Friday, May 5, at 10 a.m. at St. Peter the Apostle Church, 3909 W. Pueblo Blvd. The family will receive friends at the home of J. Ralph Carter immediately following the service.
Carter, John Duffield
John Duffield Carter - Walsenburg World - February 16, 1899 - Died - At his residence in Walsenburg, Colo., from injuries accidentally received while working in the Pictou mine, Feb. 9, 1899, John Duffield Carter, ages 51 years, 3 months and ? (smudged) days. Mr. Carter has been a resident of this vicinity for many years, where he was a highly respected citizen and leaves a wide circle of friends and relatives to mourn his untimely death. The World joins with the entire community in extending to the grief stricken wife and family the deepest sympathy in their hour of bereavement. The funeral services were conducted at the M.E. Church Saturday afternoon under the auspices of the Huerfano Lodge, No, 27, A.F. & A.M. of which the deceased was a member. - John Duffield Carter - Walsenburg World - February 23, 1899 - Hall of Huerfano Lodge, No. 27, A.F. & A.M. To the W.M. Wardens and Brothers of Huerfano Lodge No. 27, A.F.& A.M.: We, your committee appointed to draft resolutions of sympathy and condolence on the death of our brother, John D. Carter, beg leave to submit the following: WHEREAS-- It has pleased Almighty God to call from labor on earth to everlasting refreshment in the Grand Lodge above, our beloved brother, John D. Carter, and WHEREAS--This lodge has lost a worthy member and beloved brother, his family a devoted husband and father, and the community an exemplary and good citizen; therefore, be it RESOLVED--That in the death of our beloved brother our lodge has lost a good and zealous member, society an estimable citizen, his wife a kind husband, his family an indulgent father. RESOLVED--That we extend our sincere condolence and sympathy to the bereaved family and assure them that we are touched by their great grief and that their loss is our loss and that we will ever bear in our memories the noble and good qualities of their departed husband and father. RESOLVED--That the lodge be draped in mourning 30 days that these resolutions be spread on the records of this lodge. A copy attested by the Secretary be sent the family and copies furnished the Walsenburg World and Cactus. James Hill, J.B. Johnson, Com.
Carter, John Patrick III
John Patrick Carter III - Colorado Springs Gazette - April 10, 1997 - John Patrick Carter III, 71, died April 8, 1997, at a local care facility. He was the senior vice president of Young Life, where he had worked for more than 45 years. Memorial services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at First Presbyterian Church, 219 E. Bijou St., with the Rev. James Larkin officiating. Shrine of Remembrance, 1730 E. Fountain Blvd., is handling arrangements. Mr. Carter was born Oct. 3, 1925, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to John Patrick II and Grace (Cruse) Carter, who are deceased. He was married Aug. 5, 1950, in Clifton, N.J., to Mildred (Sisco) Carter, who lives in Colorado Springs. He is also survived by two sons, John Patrick IV of Pueblo and Daniel Burton of Santa Barbara, Calif.; a daughter, Suzanne Olmsted of Wapato, Wash.; a brother, Robert Donald of Boulder Junction, Wis.; and five grandchildren. Mr. Carter earned a degree in industrial engineering and economics from Iowa State University. He served in the Navy Aviator Corps during World War II, attaining the rank of ensign. He was past president of the Colorado Springs Rotary Club, elder of First Presbyterian Church and a board member and past president of the Rocky Mountain Rehabilitation Center. Mr. Carter was a positive Christian influence in the community and will be remembered for his loyalty and enthusiasm for the ministry of Young Life. He had lived in Colorado Springs for 45 years. Memorial contributions may be made to Young Life, 520 N. Cascade Ave., Colorado Springs 80903.
Juanita Carter - Pueblo Chieftain - October 14, 1987 - Juanita Carter, late of Pueblo, died Oct. 12, 1987. Survived by sister, Betty (John) Dykes, Pueblo; niece, Toby (Robert) Voss; nephews, Charles (Janet) McKinney and Harold (Rose Mary) McKinney; numerous great-nieces and great-nephews; one great-great- nephew; many neighbors and friends. Preceded in death by her husband, Charlie Carter, Sept. 19, 1961; mother, Crete Sands; brothers, Leo and Jack Sands. She was born Sept. 9, 1901, in Missouri; lived in Pueblo since childhood. Service 2 p.m. today, Oct. 14, 1987, at the Davis-Wallin Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. William V. Powers officiating. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery.
Katie Carter - Huerfano World - April 29, 1999 - Rollover - Katie Carter, a 15-year-old freshman at Walsenburg's John Mall High School, was killed in a one-vehicle rollover Monday morning while on her way to class. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday (today) from Romero Family Funeral Home. Ms. Carter was a passenger in a pickup truck driven by Scott Klinker, 17, of Walsenburg. Ms. Carter died at the scene of massive head injuries. Klinker received scrapes and bruises and was treated at Huerfano Medical Center. Klinker was driving southbound on County Road 510, approximately seven miles west of Walsenburg, when he lost control of the pickup. The truck went into a broadside skid to the right of the road, then became airborne, according to the Colorado State Patrol report. The pickup rolled one half turn in the air and landed on its top. Ms. Carter was pinned inside the cab of the pickup, the report said. Born Sept. 10, 1983 in Baton Rouge, LA, she is survived by her mother and stepfather, Diane and Charles York of Walsenburg; her father, Rick Carter, Haleyville, AL; three sisters, Jamie Elizabeth Carter, Walsenburg, Wendy Marie Carter, Baton Rouge and Carrie Ann Carter, Lafayette, LA; one step-brother, Jacob Seth York, Lamar.
Carter, Kenneth W.
Kenneth W. Carter - Pueblo Chieftain - December 16, 1998 - Kenneth W. Carter, 79, lifetime Crowley County resident died Dec. 14, 1998, in La Junta. Visitation, 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. today and 9 a.m. until noon Thursday at Griffy Chapel in Ordway. Graveside services, 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Ordway Cemetery. A celebration of life and will be at 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 18, at Community Baptist Church in Crowley. Please make memorials to his church or Ordway EMTs.
Carter, Malinda Caroline
Malinda Caroline Carter - LaVeta Advertiser - December 26, 1896 - Died at her home in Fairmont, Georgia, Mrs. Caroline Malinda Carter, wife of Judge William Edward Carter and mother of Mrs. Mary Carter Kimbrel, wife of Perry Thomas Kimbrel. We all tender our sympathy to her in her great sorrow.
Carter, Marjorie Ruth
Marjorie Ruth Bates Carter - Pueblo Chieftain - May 26, 2001 - Marjorie Ruth Bates Carter, 79, departed this life on May 24, 2001, the result of a lengthy illness. A lifetime Puebloan, she was born March 18, 1922. Marjorie was a member of the Pleasant View Baptist Church. She married Harry Carter Jr. on Nov. 17, 1939, in Alamosa, Colo., who preceded her in death along with her mother, Stella Bates; and sister, Dorothy Morris. Survived by her sons, Lloyd (Janice) Carter, Gary (Becky) Carter and Dennis (Freda) Carter, all of Pueblo; brother, Clayton (Cleeda) Bates; 10 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren. Marjorie will be missed by all her family and friends. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, May 29, 10 a.m., Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Diabetes Foundation in Marjorie's memory.
Carter, Norma Pauline
Norma Pauline Carter - Pueblo Chieftain - August 8, 1987 - Norma Pauline Carter, 75, Canon City, died Aug. 7, 1987. She was born in Lecoma, Mo., moving to Rocky Ford in 1918 then to Canon City in 1974. She was a homemaker. She was the daughter of David and Ida Yeater. She was preceded in death by husband, Irvin Carter, March 30, 1987. Funeral, 10:30 a.m. Monday at Holt and Dixon Chapel of the Garden, Canon City. Interment, 1 p.m. at Fairview Cemetery, Salida. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Thomas More Hospice through the mortuary office.
Carter, Pearl Lee
Pearl Lee Carter - Pueblo Chieftain - May 20, 1989 - Pearl Lee Carter, passed away May 16, 1989. No services, cremation at her request.
Carter, Robert Wayne
Robert Wayne Carter - Pueblo Chieftain – October 4, 2006 – Robert Wayne Carter, 85, passed away Oct. 1, 2006. He is survived by his wife, Virginia; sons, Gary (Sue) Carter and Robert (Sandy) Carter; and grandchildren, Bobbi and Randy. Wayne was a member of the Christian Challengers Group at First Baptist Church, BPOE No. 90, Silver State Lodge No. 95 AF&AM and the Southern Colorado Consistory. A private memorial service will be held at a later date. The family requests the omission of food and flowers.
Ruben Carter - Pueblo Chieftain - February 20, 1986 - Ruben Carter, 24, late of 1232 Pine, died Feb. 18, 1986. Born Jan. 5, 1962, in Albuquerque, N.M., and a resident of Pueblo since 1978. Husband of Dolores Carter and father of Matthew and Linda, of the family home. Son of Dolores Martinez and Frank Carter; brother of Jimmy and Frankie Carter and Dina (Jesus) Garcia, all of Albuquerque; son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Eppy Carrillo of Denver; grandson of Mrs. Claudina Carter and Josie (Nick) Sanchez, and nephew of Joe and Cora Salazar. Numerous nephews, nieces, cousins and friends also survive. Funeral service, 1:30 p.m. Friday at Rivera Chapel with Elder Richard Robling officiating. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. The family will receive friends at 1232 Pine.
Carter, Sarah Elizabeth
Sarah Elizabeth Carter - Huerfano World - November 7, 2002 - Sarah Elizabeth Carter, born Oct. 31, 2002, died Oct. 31, 2002. Our precious Sarah is survived by her loving family, parents, Duncan and Jennifer Carter and brother Christopher Lee Carter, Parker; grandparents, John and Tamia Carter, Hilton Head, SC, and Richard and Susan Bellotti, Security; aunts and uncles, Cameron Carter, Boulder, Justin Carter, Denver, Becky and Sean Patterson, Overland Park, KS, and Heather Bellotti, Fort Collins; great- grandparents, Mildred Ford, Overland Park, KS, Ernest and Virginia Bellotti, Walsenburg, and Lou Ann McDonald, Walsenburg; great-aunts and uncles, Susan L. Bellotti, Columbus, OH, David McDonald, Walsenburg, Linda and Vic Ansett, Harrodsburg, KY, Karen and Len Roller, Malawi, Africa, Daniel and Kiko McDonald, San Diego, CA, Alan and Mariecil McDonald, Tampa, FL, and Julia McDonald, Burbank, CA. Preceded in death by her great-uncle Rev. Father Fred Bellotti and great-grandfather Robert W. McDonald. Survived also by other great-aunts and uncles, numerous cousins and other relatives. Funeral mass, 1 p.m. Saturday, St. Mary Church. Interment, North St. Mary Cemetery.
Carter, William Glenn Sr.
William "Bill" Glenn Carter Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - April 04, 2000 - William "Bill" Glenn Carter Sr., born Sept. 10, 1925, passed away April 2, 2000. Bill, as he was known to everyone, worked as a salesman for Nabisco and made many friends throughout the southwest in his sales territory. He was born, raised and lived his entire life in the Pueblo area. He is survived by his wife, Burlyn Carter; his two sons, Bill Jr. (Wilma) Carter of Colorado Springs and Tom (Donna) Carter of Miami, Fla., and five grandchildren. He proudly served in the Navy during World War II and saw action during the invasion of many islands in and around the Leyte Gulf. He was member of Silver State Lodge No. 95. He was active in many community service groups throughout the years, including the Civil Air Patrol, Boy Scouts and the Search and Rescue Squad. At his request, there will be no viewing. Graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Please omit food and flowers.
Cartmell, Betty Mae
Betty Mae Cartmell - Pueblo Chieftain - April 24, 2005 - Betty Mae Cartmell, 70, went into the arms of her Lord on April 22, 2005. Betty was born March 22, 1935, the only daughter of Alfred and Audrey Zinn of Cheraw, Colo. She married William R. Cartmell on July 16, 1958. He preceded her in death on Sept. 22, 1994. Survived by and greatly missed by her children, Connie Goodwin, Diana (Warren) Allen, Kay (Ron) Singleton, Billie Jo (Reggie) Garcia, all of Pueblo, and William (Trey) Cartmell of La Junta; her grandchildren, Jodie, Arianne, Bobby, Ryan, Brandi, Bryan, Lisa, Jenny, Naomi and Nathan; and great-grandchildren, Abbigail, Tayton and Joseph. Betty also is greatly missed by numerous other loving relatives and friends. Betty served in hospitality and housekeeping for 25 years at St. Paul United Methodist Church, Pueblo, and worshiped with her family at Praise Assembly of God Church, Pueblo. Betty was licensed in nursing at St. Mary-Corwin School of Nursing in 1955, and practiced nursing at Colorado State Hospital for several years. Her joys in life were giving to, and ministering to her family and to many others. She was selfless in giving and service, and was a testimony of optimism and strength, even throughout a lengthy illness. Her gentle spirit blessed all who came near. Viewing at the funeral home, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday with the family present from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Funeral service will be held, 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 26, 2005, at Praise Assembly of God, 2000 Troy, with Pastor Bobby J. Wilson officiating. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens, with the family receiving friends and relatives immediately following at the cemetery reception hall. The family may be contacted at 1365 W. Carrizo Springs, in Pueblo West, 81007. The family wishes to express its heartfelt thanks to Dr. Louis Balizet and the team at the Rocky Mountain Cancer Center, as well as the team at St. Mary-Corwin Radiation Oncology and ICU, and the fine staff at Legacy Commons Assisted Living Center, Pueblo West.
Rev. Peter Cartwright - Colorado Daily Chieftain - August 2, 1872 - Personals - Rev. Peter Cartwright is still dying.
Nicholas Caruse – Pueblo Chieftain – January 11, 1956 – Nicholas Caruse, rosary recitation will be held today at 7 p.m. at St. Joseph's Chapel in Blende. Requiem mass, Thursday at 9 a.m. at St. Joseph's Chapel. Interment, Gate of Heaven section, Roselawn. The family will receive their friends at the T. G. McCarthy Funeral Home, following the rosary service.
Mr. Caruth – Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – November 18, 1875 – The Landis-Caruth affair at Vineland, has been brought into fresh prominence by the death of Caruth. Landis is again in jail, and a trial will result, one of the most interesting in criminal history. The question to be determined is whether the shooting caused his death, and if so, whether so rapidly as to establish a high grade of crime against Landis. The physician who made the post mortem examination does not state his opinion as to whether the shooting was the real, or even remote cause of Caruth's death. The coroner's jury declares that the shooting did cause his death, and on this verdict Landis will be arraigned for taking the man's life. It will afford an excellent opportunity for able lawyers to make reputation – this trial of Landis.
Carver, Earl Lee
Earl Lee Carver - Huerfano World - October 16, 2003 - Earl Lee Carver of Wheatridge died of lung cancer, while in Hospice care at his daughter's Loveland home, on Oct. 10, 2003. He was born to Walter Lee and Jessie Jacks-Carver on Feb. 1, 1933 in La Veta. Earl grew up in La Veta, where he enjoyed hunting, fishing and sports. He was an avid basketball player and led the La Veta High School basketball team in many victories. He graduated from La Veta High School in 1951. A memorial service was held on Oct. 15 at the Allnutt Funeral Chapel. Graveside service will be held in La Veta on Friday, Oct. 17 at 11 a.m. at the La Veta Cemetery. The Rev. Mike Christian will preside. Contributions may be made to Hospice of Larimer County in care of Allnutt Funeral Service.
Carver, Frank J. III
Frank J. Carver III - Pueblo Chieftain - April 12, 2003 - Frank J. Carver III, 32, departed this life unexpectedly on April 9, 2003, in Pueblo. He was born Feb. 16, 1971, in Montebello, Calif. Preceded in death by his great-grandparents, Ted and Antonia Espinoza; grandfathers, Alfred Leyba and Art Bronston. He is survived by his loving wife, Melissa Carver; three sons, Frank IV, Jaden and Jason Carver; his father, Frank J. Carver II of California; mother, Inez (Joe) Aragon of Pueblo; sister, Vickie Carver (Jason Kukorola) of Illinois.; grandmothers, Irene Bronston and Stella Leyba, both of California; step-grandparents, Joe and Viola Aragon; father- and mother-in-law, Erasmo “Leo” and Betsy Leal; sister-in-law, Alicia (Alex) Lamas of Pueblo; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, two nieces, one nephew and many friends. Frank was a member of St. Joseph Parish. He was a devoted father, husband and son. Frank loved sports and was an avid “Raiders” fan. He also liked the Anaheim Angels and the Colorado Rockies. “Frankie” as he was called by his family and friends always had a good heart and sense of humor and he would always make everyone happy. He always looked on the brighter side of things no matter what kind of problems he was having. Frank was a loving husband, father and son who is loved by all his family and he loved back very much in return. Frankie will be sadly missed by everyone. Vigil, 7 p.m. Tuesday, and Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Wednesday; both services at St. Joseph Church. Cremation, Imperial Crematory.
Carver, George William
George William Carver - Huerfano World - November 28, 1991 - This Week in La Veta History - 1909: Died, George William Carver, 81. He lived in La Veta for 16 years, most recently with his son Jim.
Carver, Percy Clarence
Percy Clarence Carver - Huerfano World - January 1, 2004 - This Week in La Veta History - 1959: Died, Percy Clarence Carver, 86, who was born in 1873 in Kansas and came to Huerfano County in 1898. [Editor's Note: Percy Clarence Carver died December 24, 1959. Obituary is in Huerfano World, December 31, 1959, Page 3.]
Carver, Susan Kay
Susan Kay Carver - Pueblo Chieftain - April 11, 2000 - Susan Kay Carver passed away Monday, April 10, 2000, at Pikes Peak Hospice in Colorado Springs after a long battle with cancer. She is survived by her mother, Marjorie (Kenneth) Baird of Pueblo; father, Honald W. Leach, Colorado Springs; brother, Arthur (Annie) and daughter, Amy Leach, of Littleton; sister, Judy (Mike) and family Andy and Katy Beltz, Colorado Springs. She is preceded by her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Allen and Mr. & Mrs. Arthur C. Leach; and uncle, 1st Lt. Arthur Allen Jr. Susan attended Centennial High School and USC. She was a real estate broker with Carver & Company and with Metro Brokers of Arvada, Colo. The memorial service will be at noon on Friday, April 14, at Colorado Community Church, 3651 South Colorado Blvd. in Denver. At her request, anyone wishing to make a memorial donation should be made to Pikes Peak Hospice and Pallative Care, 625 East Pikes Peak, Suite 600, Colorado Springs, Colo., 80903. The family requests no flowers or food. The family will greet friends following the service at the church.
Carver, W. B.
W. B. Carver - Huerfano World - June 4, 1992 - This Week in La Veta History - 1937: Died, W.B. Carver, 83, of pneumonia, from which his wife is also suffering. They have lived on their farm on the Wahatoya for 61 years.
Cary, Wilma Anne
Wilma Anne Cary - Pueblo Chieftain - April 14, 1987 - Wilma Anne Cary passed away April 12, 1987. Miss Cary was a night supervisor at Parkview Episcopal Hospital for many years. She was a former member of the Gamma Study Club and the City Federation of Women Club. She is survived by one sister, Margaret C. Scarlett, and a niece, Mary Margaret Lane, both of Pueblo, and several other nieces and nephews. At her request, Miss Cary was cremated. A Memorial Mass will be held at the regular scheduled noon Mass on Friday, April 24, 1987, in the Sacred Heart Cathedral. Please omit food.
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