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Colaizzi, Emma Gene
Emma Gene Colaizzi – Albuquerque Journal – December 19, 2000 - Emma Gene Colaizzi was born on January 30, 1908 in Segundo, Colorado passed away on Sunday December 17, 2000 at the age of 92. She lived in Dawson for many years and worked in the office at the Dawson store before moving to Raton, where she served as Colfax Deputy County Treasurer for 12 years and Colfax County Treasurer for 4 years. Emma moved to Santa Fe from Raton in 1962. She retired from the State Highway Department in Santa Fe. Her parents, three brothers and two sisters preceded her in death. She is survived by her sister, Lena Forte; brother-in- law, Anthony Forte; her nephew, Ron Forte and wife, Pashella; niece, Barbara Forte; great nephews, Mark and A. J. Forte; and great niece, Nycole Forte. Memorial contributions may be directed to your favorite charity. Visitation will take place on Thursday at Berardinelli Family Funeral Chapel at 9:00 a.m. with a Funeral Service at 10:00 a.m. Burial will follow at Rosario Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Berardinelli Family Funeral Service, 1399 Luisa, Santa Fe, 984-8600.

Colbert, Chunk
Chunk Colbert – Trinidad Enterprise – January 9, 1874 – Trinidad was somewhat startled last Thursday morning by the report that Chunk had been shot at Red River. We have no reliable information in regard to his death; but the rumor generally credited, is that Chunk and a man by the name of John Allison had been quarrelling, both had been drinking during the day. At the time of the shooting it appears that both were sitting at the same table playing cards when Allison said something that angered Chunk, who pulled out his six-shooter with the intention of shooting Allison, but in his haste it struck the table and went off. Then raising it again would have shot Allison had he not, with a quick movement struck Chunk's revolver causing the ball to strike the wall. Before Chunk could shoot the third time, Allison shot him through the head, scattering his brains over the table, killing him instantly. For further information regarding this incident, see Page 2 of: Legends of America – http://www.legends of America.com/HC-ClayAllison1.html.

Colby, Dorothy P.
Dorothy P. Colby - Pueblo Chieftain - January 04, 2006 - Dorothy P. Colby, 91, passed away Jan. 1, 2006. She was preceded in death by her husband, Benjamin F. Colby; and her parents, Bert and Vashti "Vera" McCord. Survived by her children, Paula Dionisio and Pat Patterson; grandchildren, Stephanie Dionisio, Valerie and Mark Rosen, Melissa and Dan Palumbo, Jessica and Jim Harville, Leslie Patterson, Lisa and Bernd Helmke and Todd and Tiffany Patterson; nine great-grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews and friends. At her request, cremation with a memorial service, 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 5, 2006, T.G. McCarthy Rose Chapel.

Coldiron, Mae E.
Mae E. Coldiron - Pueblo Chieftain - January 20, 1987 - Mae E. Coldiron, 70, passed away Jan. 19, 1987, at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital. Mrs. Coldiron is survived by her husband, Lyle C. Coldiron, of Blanding, Utah; one daughter, Jennie Rae (Richard) Hall, of Pueblo; one brother, Melvin Arthur "Pete" Bellon, of Steele, Mo. She is also survived by two grandchildren, Donald C. Hall and Tammy S. (Mark) Johnson; and five great-grandchildren, Charles Hall, Christopher Hall, Nicholas Hall, Katie Johnson, and Jeremy Johnson. Mrs. Coldiron was born on March 26, 1916, in Missouri and she lived in Blanding before coming to Pueblo six months ago. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 21, 1987, at Salvation Army Church with Capt. Joan Souders officiating. In lieu of flowers, family requests donations to Salvation Army Church. The family will receive friends at the Salvation Army Church, 520 W. 13th, after the memorial service.

Cole, Addie
Addie Diamond Cole - Pueblo Chieftain - October 03, 1986 - Mrs. Addie Diamond Cole, 1027 Cypress, passed away Sept. 30, 1986, at her home. Her life was fully dedicated to God, giving service at the Bethlehem Baptist Church. She was president of the 100 Club, organized the usher board in 1940, and headed contributions for church pews in 1981. "Cole's Fellowship Hall," in the lower level of the church, was dedicated in her honor. In September 1985, she headed efforts and received support in landscaping with rocks, shrubbery and 12 trees named after the 12 disciples. The dedication was held on Nov. 17, 1985. She was a prominent cateress for many years; she was past Worthy Matron of Star, Pueblo Chapter 5, Order of the Eastern Star (PHA); member of the NAACP, YWCA and Rosemount Museum. Addie leaves to cherish her memory a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, a goddaughter, two sisters-in-law, one brother-in-law and close friends, Mrs. A. C. (Helen) Jones and Mr. Charles Davie. Visitation, 4 to 9 p.m. Friday, Angelus Chapel. Services, 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 4, 1986, Bethlehem Baptist Church, the Rev. F. L. Chandler officiating. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery.

Cole, Agnes A.
Agnes A. Cole - Pueblo Chieftain - January 13, 2002 - Age 93, of Lamar, formerly of Granada, passed away Jan. 9, 2002. Graveside services, 2 p.m. Monday at Fairmount Cemetery, Lamar, Colo. Interment, Fairmount Cemetery. Visitation, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday at the Peacock Funeral Home.

Cole, Anthony L.
Anthony L. Cole - Pueblo Chieftain - March 13, 2005 - Anthony L. Cole, age 39, of Colorado Springs, passed away on March 9, 2005, in Colorado Springs, Colo. He was born in Lakewood, Calif., on June 10, 1965. He had worked as a salesman. He is survived by his parents, Martin and Linda Woods Cole of Beulah, Colo.; sister, Kristy (Zachary) Wilson; brothers, Joey Paulson and Larry (Belynda) Paulsen Jr.; his life partner, Steve Oster and numerous nieces and nephews. Private family services are planned.

Cole, Bertha Schayer
Bertha Schayer Cole – Leadville Carbonate Chronicle – February 10, 1919 – Mrs. Bertha Schayer Cole – No more fitting a farewell, nor one more replete with affecting bits of sentiment which spoke tenderly of the poignant sorrow of those from whom it came, could be given by friends than that tendered yesterday afternoon to Bertha, widow of the late Rupert Cole, when funeral services were held at 3 o'clock at the home at 320 West Seventh street of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cole, parents-in-law of Mrs. Cole. Mrs. Cole, who since the death of her husband three years ago has been a trained nurse, died at Salt Lake Thursday afternoon, and her remains were brot here yesterday morning on Rio Grande train No. 2 by Ralph C. Schayer, her brother. Individuals who had been warm friends of Mrs. Cole during her life in Leadville, including many of her associates in the Order of the Eastern Star, attended the services yesterday in a large concourse which filled the Cole home to overflowing. The flowers which virtually encased the gray casket, adding fragrant beauty, bespoke the sad sentiments of these mourners and the immediate relatives, as well as many friends in Denver, Salt Lake and other cities who could not be present. The services were carried out by the Eastern Star with Mrs. Theresa Le Due, worthy matron, and other officers in charge, and by the Rev. David McMartin (?), pastor of the First Presbyterian church. A touching bit of the rites was the fact that one hymn, “Going Down the Valley,” was sung 3 years ago at Rupert Cole's funeral. The second hymn of the services was “One Sweetly Solemn Thot.” Both of these were finely rendered by a male quartet composed of N. T. Schedin, E. R. Jennings, Fred J. McNair and Hjalmer Graff, with Miss Anna McLeod playing the accompaniment. Mrs. Cole was laid at rest beside the grave of her husband in the Masonic cemetery. A long cortege of friends in carriages proceeded there after the house ceremonies and assembled silently about the grave as the committal service was said. The pall bearers, several of them young men who had been friends of Mr. and Mrs. Cole during their brief married life here, were Harry Noble, Jos. H. Lanphier, Roy Haight, J. Stuart Shine, Jos. E. Cummings and Fred Pfannenschmid. Mrs. Cole's death Thursday was a sad shock to her family and many friends. Following the death of her husband, which occasioned general sorrow in their community of friends here, Mrs. Cole had valiantly taken up life alone with determination to become a graduate nurse and follow that profession as a life work. She trained at the Minnequa hospital, Pueblo, and about five months ago went to Salt Lake, where her mother and brothers reside, to begin active service on private cases. She was engaged on a private case when she became sick, but refused to give up until ten days before her death of pneumonia. “That shows what kind of a girl she was,” her brother Ralph said last evening. “She always thot of others first and unselfishly acted for them before thinking of herself.” She was then taken to the Holy Cross hospital, where she passed away at 3:15 Thursday afternoon. As the saying goes, Mrs. Cole was “a Leadville girl,” having been born here on June 28, 1891, and having spent practically all of her life here. In her girlhood, she attended the public schools. Six years ago August 17 last she and Mr. Cole were married and their brief life together was unusually happy. Mr. Cole died here after a short sickness three years ago September 14 last. Her late father was Adolph Schayer, a pioneer business man of Leadville. Her mother and four brothers and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cole are the immediate surviving relatives. Because of sickness, Mrs. Schayer was unable to come to Leadville with Ralph on his sorrowful mission last week. The four brothers are Ralph C., Arthur A., Julius I. and David E. Schayer. Arthur is serving in the navy at San Francisco and Julius is in the army at Vancouver Barracks, Wash., where he has been promoted several times since going in as a private.

Cole, C.
C. Cole - Boulder Daily Camera - July 25, 1891 - Death and Disaster - A Head End Collision on the Rio Grande Road - Denver, July 24. [Special] - A collision occurred about 1 o'clock this morning near Carlisle Springs, a small station the Denver & Rio Grand railway 20 miles west of Pueblo between west-bound passenger train No. 3 and the Durango express No. 6, east-bound, in which four persons lost their lives, six more were seriously and ten slightly injured. The killed were: George A. Ardell, engineer on the west-bound train; C. Cole, express messenger, and A.H. Parras, conductor on the east-bound, and two unknown tramps. The seriously injured were: H.E. Mulnix, railroad contractor of Trinidad, right leg crushed so badly that it was amputated above the knee; B. Williams of Salida, rib broken back injured and badly bruised about the head; John Paten, Pueblo, hip bruised and spine injured; Rufus Robinson, Palmer, Mo., right broken in two places and left leg in one, and also bruised about the head and face. Henry Gibberson, the news agent on the east-bound trains, is the only one of the injured that is feared will not recover. His left leg was badly crushed and has been amputated below the knee, while he sustained severe internal injuries, the extent of which cannot be determined. Just how the accident happened cannot be learned, but it is supposed to be the result of conductor Perris [sic] misunderstanding the orders.

Cole, Charles
Charles Cole – Kiowa County Press – July 11, 1924 – Crisp Colorado News – Colorado Springs. – The body of a man discovered a few days ago in a deserted two-room shack forty-six miles southeast of Colorado Springs, was identified as that of Charles Cole, 45 years old, formerly of Lamar, and for the last eight years an inmate of the state insane asylum at Pueblo.

Cole, Charles David
Charles David Cole - Pueblo Chieftain - October 13, 1948 - Charles David Cole, Tuesday, Oct. 12, at hospital. Husband of Mrs. Lillie Cole of the family home, 1333 Spruce; step-father of Harry Jones, Huntington Park, Calif., Mrs. Gladys Sutton, Burbank, Calif., Frank Jones and Mrs. Helena Jones, Pueblo; grandfather of nine and great-grandfather of four. Member of Northern Ave. Methodist church. A resident of Pueblo since 1903, for 33 years and employe of the C&W R. R. of the C.F. & I. Corp., retiring March 29, 1940. Arrangements later. Pueblo Chieftain - October 14, 1948 - Charles David Cole, services 3:30 p.m. Thursday. Davis Memorial Chapel. Rev. Donald J. Grooters pastor of Northern Avenue Methodist church will officiate. To Mountain View.

Cole, Don H.
Don H. Cole M.D. - Pueblo Chieftain - July 18, 1999 - Don H. Cole M.D., 70, passed away July 16, 1999. Preceded in death by his parents, A. Hunt and Margaret Cole, and by his brother, Thomas Cole. Survived by his loving companion, Suzanne DeBrucque, Pueblo, by his children, Carolyn Cole (Dan) Eggers, Bellevue, Iowa, Susan Cole (Gene) Urie, Truckee, Calif., Don H. Cole Jr., Fairbanks, Alaska, and Amy Cole of Madrid, Spain, granddaughter, Johanna Darland, and great-granddaughter, Nicole Darland, both of Dubuque, Iowa. Also survived by his brothers, Hunt Cole of New York City, and John (Hope) Cole of Haverhill, Mass. Dr. Cole was a retired psychiatrist, a member of Ascension Episcopal Church, and a veteran of the U.S. Army. He was a doctor who cared deeply about his patients. He worked with passion and vigor to bring justice and peace to Vietnam veterans. His work was rooted in human compassion. He used his knowledge with a belief in the goodness of mankind. Those around him felt his natural warmth. Cremation, with service at 2 p.m. Monday at Ascension Episcopal Church, 18th and Grand.

Cole, Grace
Mildred Marie, Grace, and Lewis Cole – Pueblo Chieftain - June 16, 1924 - Three Bodies Taken Out of Ditch Sunday - Remains of Mrs. Cole, face Down, Located by Party Headed by Fire Chief - Current Swept Baby 2 Miles From Plunge Area - Six Small Children Are Left Fatherless by Tragedy That Shocked Community - (By Harry Kletzky) - Bessemer ditch, drained of its deep and muddy waters which snuffed the lives of Mrs. Grace Cole, 30, her 8 month-old-child, Mildred, and Lewis Cole, 41, the woman's brother-in-law, who drowned in a futile attempt to save the lives of the mother and baby, as the result of a fatal backward plunge of an automobile into the ditch shortly after 11 o'clock Saturday night, Sunday gave up it's dead. All three bodies of the drowned persons were recovered Sunday morning and afternoon, following a search of the ditch by police, fireman, sheriff's deputies and volunteers from the time of the tragedy Saturday night to 3:45 o'clock Sunday afternoon, when the body of Mrs. Cole, face downward, was found floating in the undrained water by a party of searchers headed by Fire Chief Sam Christy. Body of Lewis Cole First Found Lying in the bed of the ditch near Small and Palmer avenues, six blocks from the scene of the tragedy, the body of Lewis Cole was found about 9:30 o'clock. Discovery of Cole's body, the first to be found, gave encouragement to the searchers who had patrolled the banks of the ditch for many hours. Cole was clad only in underwear, the only clothing he wore when he jumped from his bed in his home on hearing the cries of his brother, J. D. Cole, husband of the drowned woman, and plunged into the ditch after his sister-in-law, although he was unable to swim. Wading back and forth in the ditch the searchers three hours later found the small body of the Cole baby, which had been carried for nearly two miles down the stream to a point just west of the steel works plant. Mrs. Cole's Body Near By - Two blocks away, near Canal and Routt Avenue, the mother's body was found. Here, because the water was yet waist deep, the searchers had missed the body several times in their trips up and down the ditch. J. D. Cole, husband and Father of the woman and child, accompanied the searchers and although frantic with grief, held up well, under the severe strain. Families of the drowned persons were notified of the discoveries immediately. Lewis Cole was the father of six small children and lived at 713 West Adams Avenue, directly in front of which the drowning occurred. Mrs. Cole lived at 66 Block H. and had only the one child. Bodies Reveal Bruises - Bodies of Lewis Cole and the baby showed small scratches and bruises which indicated they possibly had scraped against the sides of the banks in their lifeless downward journey in the muddy waters. The body of Mrs. Cole was not marred. According to the belief of Coroner W. S. Johnston all three of the drowned were dead within 10 minutes after they struck the water, as none could swim. The mother, it is believed, tightly clutched to her breast the body of her baby, and probably carried it with her even in death, as both bodies were found comparatively close together. Many Took Part In Search - Because Mrs. Cole's body was imbedded in a place where the water was deepest, two searching parties passed over it, one wading down the ditch as far as the St. Charles river, 15 miles, in search for it. Chief Christy's party including himself, Assistant Chiefs Fitspatrick and Willis, Fireman Hachett, Jim Fitzpatrick, Colorado Fuel and Iron company watchman, and Duncan Leininger, Colorado Fuel and Iron company employe, sighted the body which completed the search. Scores of volunteer searchers were directed in their work by Police Officers Maddox, Miller, Nance and by Undersheriff Fred S. Kenyon. Officials of the Bessemer Irrigation company, owner of the ditch, aided in the search as soon as they were informed of the drownings. Drainage of the ditch was ordered and officials of the company personally aided. Previous Drownings - Paralleling the Cole deaths is the case of Elmer Norris, employe of the Nuckolls Packing Company here, who was also drowned in the Bessemer ditch on January 12, 1923. Norris was riding in an automobile near the Roselawn cemetery when the machine missed the bridge over the ditch and plunged into the water. Roy Frasier former employe of the packing company, was also in the car but escaped drowning. Pueblo has not been so shocked by drownings in recent years as it was by Saturday night's tragedy since the drowning of Matthew and James Coleman, 18 and 17 year old brothers, who were drowned in Lake Minnequa Christmas night last, when skating on the ice. One of the brothers is believed to have fallen thru a hole in the ice and the other to have jumped in after him. The Survivors - Mrs. Grace Cole is survived by a husband, father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hall, Avondale, three brothers, Thomas, Logan and James Hall, Vineland, and two sisters, Mrs. Stella Klaus of Vineland, and Mrs. Ed Johnson of Pueblo. Lewis Cole is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elsie Cole, three daughters and three sons, who are, Louise 15; Bessie 14; Sarah 6; Lewis Jr. 13; J. Herschel 10; and Albert 8. He is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Sarah Cole, 66 Block H, one brother, J. D. Cole and a sister, Mrs. Abby McDermott, 60 Block O. The three bodies are being cared for by Dunaway-Rouch, Funeral announcements will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain - June 17, 1924 – The triple funeral of Mildred Marie, Grace and Lewis Cole will be held from the Dunaway-Rouch funeral home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. H. C. Sterett will officiate. Interment will be made in Mountain View. Collbran Plateau Voice – June 27, 1924 – Pueblo – The bodies of Mrs. Grace Cole, her 8-months-old baby, and her brother-in-law, Louis Cole, who were drowned in the Bessemer irrigation ditch here, were recovered when the ditch was drained. Note: Grace Cole, and her 8 month-old daughter, Mildred M. Cole, were buried together in the same grave in Mountain View Cemetery in Pueblo. The brother-in-law, Lewis S. Cole, was buried beside them.

Cole, John D.
John D. Cole - Pueblo Chieftain - February 23, 1974 - John D. Cole, Feb. 22, 1974, late of 1828 E. 12th. Notice later. Pueblo Chieftain - February 24, 1974 - John D. Cole, Feb. 22, 1974, unexpectedly, late of 1828 E. 12th. Step-father of Mrs. Jack Stark, Greeley, Colo., and Paul Caron, San Francisco, Calif., Step-grandfather of five, including Mrs. Margaret (Eugene O.) Palmour, 120 Cuerna Verde, where the family may be contacted. Step-great-grandfather of three. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Member of Lutheran church, Born March 3, 1893, in Pueblo. Employed with the former Colorado Laundry from 1947 until retiring as a fireman in 1968. Preceded in death by his wife, Lena Stark Cole, in 1970. Services 10 a.m. Monday, Davis Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. William Cooper, pastor of St. Paul United Methodist Church, officiating. To Mt. View.

Cole, Lena Dorothea
Lena Dorothea Cole - Pueblo Chieftain - November 26, 1986 - Lena Dorothea Cole, 65, late of 2609 E. Ninth Street, died Nov. 24 1986. Retired from the Pueblo Depot Activity as a stock controller Survivors include her husband Nathan Cole and a brother, Earl (May) Curry, Orange Cove, Calif.; nephews and nieces, Linda McFarland, California; Marshall Curry, California; Wanda Stouffer, California, and sister-in-law, Lorraine Arnold, Oklahoma. Funeral service 10 a.m. Friday, at the First Seventh-day Adventist Church, 3910 O'Neal, with Pastor Gary Nelson officiating. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Cole, Lena Stark
Lena Stark Cole - Pueblo Chieftain - February 5, 1970 - Lena Stark Cole, Feb. 3, 1970, at local hospital after short illness. Wife of John D. Cole of the family home, 1828 E. 12th. Mother of Jack Stark, Greeley, and Paul Carson, San Francisco, Calif. Grandmother of six; great-grandmother of seven, and great-great-grandmother of one, sister of Mrs. Lillian Frank, Sterling. Member of Lutheran church. Born Jan. 11, 1887, in Germany. Pueblo resident since 1907. Mr. and Mrs. Cole were married in 1944. Preceded in death by a daughter, Lillian Hedstrom, in 1964. Services 3 p.m. Friday, Davis Memorial Chapel, with Rev. James L. Barber, pastor of St. Paul United Methodist Church, officiating. To Mountain View.

Cole, Lewis S.
Mildred Marie, Grace, and Lewis Cole – Pueblo Chieftain - June 16, 1924 - Three Bodies Taken Out of Ditch Sunday - Remains of Mrs. Cole, face Down, Located by Party Headed by Fire Chief - Current Swept Baby 2 Miles From Plunge Area - Six Small Children Are Left Fatherless by Tragedy That Shocked Community - (By Harry Kletzky) - Bessemer ditch, drained of its deep and muddy waters which snuffed the lives of Mrs. Grace Cole, 30, her 8 month-old-child, Mildred, and Lewis Cole, 41, the woman's brother-in-law, who drowned in a futile attempt to save the lives of the mother and baby, as the result of a fatal backward plunge of an automobile into the ditch shortly after 11 o'clock Saturday night, Sunday gave up it's dead. All three bodies of the drowned persons were recovered Sunday morning and afternoon, following a search of the ditch by police, fireman, sheriff's deputies and volunteers from the time of the tragedy Saturday night to 3:45 o'clock Sunday afternoon, when the body of Mrs. Cole, face downward, was found floating in the undrained water by a party of searchers headed by Fire Chief Sam Christy. Body of Lewis Cole First Found Lying in the bed of the ditch near Small and Palmer avenues, six blocks from the scene of the tragedy, the body of Lewis Cole was found about 9:30 o'clock. Discovery of Cole's body, the first to be found, gave encouragement to the searchers who had patrolled the banks of the ditch for many hours. Cole was clad only in underwear, the only clothing he wore when he jumped from his bed in his home on hearing the cries of his brother, J. D. Cole, husband of the drowned woman, and plunged into the ditch after his sister-in-law, although he was unable to swim. Wading back and forth in the ditch the searchers three hours later found the small body of the Cole baby, which had been carried for nearly two miles down the stream to a point just west of the steel works plant. Mrs. Cole's Body Near By - Two blocks away, near Canal and Routt Avenue, the mother's body was found. Here, because the water was yet waist deep, the searchers had missed the body several times in their trips up and down the ditch. J. D. Cole, husband and Father of the woman and child, accompanied the searchers and although frantic with grief, held up well, under the severe strain. Families of the drowned persons were notified of the discoveries immediately. Lewis Cole was the father of six small children and lived at 713 West Adams Avenue, directly in front of which the drowning occurred. Mrs. Cole lived at 66 Block H. and had only the one child. Bodies Reveal Bruises - Bodies of Lewis Cole and the baby showed small scratches and bruises which indicated they possibly had scraped against the sides of the banks in their lifeless downward journey in the muddy waters. The body of Mrs. Cole was not marred. According to the belief of Coroner W. S. Johnston all three of the drowned were dead within 10 minutes after they struck the water, as none could swim. The mother, it is believed, tightly clutched to her breast the body of her baby, and probably carried it with her even in death, as both bodies were found comparatively close together. Many Took Part In Search - Because Mrs. Cole's body was imbedded in a place where the water was deepest, two searching parties passed over it, one wading down the ditch as far as the St. Charles river, 15 miles, in search for it. Chief Christy's party including himself, Assistant Chiefs Fitspatrick and Willis, Fireman Hachett, Jim Fitzpatrick, Colorado Fuel and Iron company watchman, and Duncan Leininger, Colorado Fuel and Iron company employe, sighted the body which completed the search. Scores of volunteer searchers were directed in their work by Police Officers Maddox, Miller, Nance and by Undersheriff Fred S. Kenyon. Officials of the Bessemer Irrigation company, owner of the ditch, aided in the search as soon as they were informed of the drownings. Drainage of the ditch was ordered and officials of the company personally aided. Previous Drownings - Paralleling the Cole deaths is the case of Elmer Norris, employe of the Nuckolls Packing Company here, who was also drowned in the Bessemer ditch on January 12, 1923. Norris was riding in an automobile near the Roselawn cemetery when the machine missed the bridge over the ditch and plunged into the water. Roy Frasier former employe of the packing company, was also in the car but escaped drowning. Pueblo has not been so shocked by drownings in recent years as it was by Saturday night's tragedy since the drowning of Matthew and James Coleman, 18 and 17 year old brothers, who were drowned in Lake Minnequa Christmas night last, when skating on the ice. One of the brothers is believed to have fallen thru a hole in the ice and the other to have jumped in after him. The Survivors - Mrs. Grace Cole is survived by a husband, father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hall, Avondale, three brothers, Thomas, Logan and James Hall, Vineland, and two sisters, Mrs. Stella Klaus of Vineland, and Mrs. Ed Johnson of Pueblo. Lewis Cole is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elsie Cole, three daughters and three sons, who are, Louise 15; Bessie 14; Sarah 6; Lewis Jr. 13; J. Herschel 10; and Albert 8. He is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Sarah Cole, 66 Block H, one brother, J. D. Cole and a sister, Mrs. Abby McDermott, 60 Block O. The three bodies are being cared for by Dunaway-Rouch, Funeral announcements will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain - June 17, 1924 – The triple funeral of Mildred Marie, Grace and Lewis Cole will be held from the Dunaway-Rouch funeral home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. H. C. Sterett will officiate. Interment will be made in Mountain View. Collbran Plateau Voice – June 27, 1924 – Pueblo – The bodies of Mrs. Grace Cole, her 8-months-old baby, and her brother-in-law, Louis Cole, who were drowned in the Bessemer irrigation ditch here, were recovered when the ditch was drained. Note: Grace Cole, and her 8 month-old daughter, Mildred M. Cole, were buried together in the same grave in Mountain View Cemetery in Pueblo. The brother-in-law, Lewis S. Cole, was buried beside them.

Cole, Lillie
Lillie Cole - Pueblo Chieftain - February 18, 1949 - Lillie Cole, Thursday Feb. 17 at hospital, late of the family home 1333 Spruce. Mother of Frank Jones and Mrs. Helena Jones, Pueblo; Mrs. Gladys Sutton, Burbank, Calif., and Harry Jones, Huntington Park, Calif. Grandmother of eight; great-grandmother of four. Member Northern Ave. Methodist church. A resident of Pueblo for over 68 years and widow of the late Charles David Cole, veteran C&W railroad employee who died in October 1948. Arrangement later. Pueblo Chieftain - February 19, 1949 - Thursday, Feb. 17, at hospital, Mother of Frank Jones, of the family home, 1333 Spruce; Mrs. Gladys Sutton, Burbank, Calif., and Harry Jones, Huntington Park, Calif.; grandmother of nine and great-grandmother of four, Member of Northern Avenue Methodist church. A resident of Pueblo for over 68 years, and widow of Charles David Cole, who died in October, 1948. Services 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Davis Memorial chapel, Rev. Rubin Staniforth officiating. To Mountain View.

Cole, Mildred Marie
Mildred Marie, Grace and Lewis Cole – Pueblo Chieftain - June 16, 1924 - Three Bodies Taken Out of Ditch Sunday - Remains of Mrs. Cole, face Down, Located by Party Headed by Fire Chief - Current Swept Baby 2 Miles From Plunge Area - Six Small Children Are Left Fatherless by Tragedy That Shocked Community - (By Harry Kletzky) - Bessemer ditch, drained of its deep and muddy waters which snuffed the lives of Mrs. Grace Cole, 30, her 8 month-old-child, Mildred, and Lewis Cole, 41, the woman's brother-in-law, who drowned in a futile attempt to save the lives of the mother and baby, as the result of a fatal backward plunge of an automobile into the ditch shortly after 11 o'clock Saturday night, Sunday gave up it's dead. All three bodies of the drowned persons were recovered Sunday morning and afternoon, following a search of the ditch by police, fireman, sheriff's deputies and volunteers from the time of the tragedy Saturday night to 3:45 o'clock Sunday afternoon, when the body of Mrs. Cole, face downward, was found floating in the undrained water by a party of searchers headed by Fire Chief Sam Christy. Body of Lewis Cole First Found Lying in the bed of the ditch near Small and Palmer avenues, six blocks from the scene of the tragedy, the body of Lewis Cole was found about 9:30 o'clock. Discovery of Cole's body, the first to be found, gave encouragement to the searchers who had patrolled the banks of the ditch for many hours. Cole was clad only in underwear, the only clothing he wore when he jumped from his bed in his home on hearing the cries of his brother, J. D. Cole, husband of the drowned woman, and plunged into the ditch after his sister-in-law, although he was unable to swim. Wading back and forth in the ditch the searchers three hours later found the small body of the Cole baby, which had been carried for nearly two miles down the stream to a point just west of the steel works plant. Mrs. Cole's Body Near By - Two blocks away, near Canal and Routt Avenue, the mother's body was found. Here, because the water was yet waist deep, the searchers had missed the body several times in their trips up and down the ditch. J. D. Cole, husband and Father of the woman and child, accompanied the searchers and although frantic with grief, held up well, under the severe strain. Families of the drowned persons were notified of the discoveries immediately. Lewis Cole was the father of six small children and lived at 713 West Adams Avenue, directly in front of which the drowning occurred. Mrs. Cole lived at 66 Block H. and had only the one child. Bodies Reveal Bruises - Bodies of Lewis Cole and the baby showed small scratches and bruises which indicated they possibly had scraped against the sides of the banks in their lifeless downward journey in the muddy waters. The body of Mrs. Cole was not marred. According to the belief of Coroner W. S. Johnston all three of the drowned were dead within 10 minutes after they struck the water, as none could swim. The mother, it is believed, tightly clutched to her breast the body of her baby, and probably carried it with her even in death, as both bodies were found comparatively close together. Many Took Part In Search - Because Mrs. Cole's body was imbedded in a place where the water was deepest, two searching parties passed over it, one wading down the ditch as far as the St. Charles river, 15 miles, in search for it. Chief Christy's party including himself, Assistant Chiefs Fitspatrick and Willis, Fireman Hachett, Jim Fitzpatrick, Colorado Fuel and Iron company watchman, and Duncan Leininger, Colorado Fuel and Iron company employe, sighted the body which completed the search. Scores of volunteer searchers were directed in their work by Police Officers Maddox, Miller, Nance and by Undersheriff Fred S. Kenyon. Officials of the Bessemer Irrigation company, owner of the ditch, aided in the search as soon as they were informed of the drownings. Drainage of the ditch was ordered and officials of the company personally aided. Previous Drownings - Paralleling the Cole deaths is the case of Elmer Norris, employe of the Nuckolls Packing Company here, who was also drowned in the Bessemer ditch on January 12, 1923. Norris was riding in an automobile near the Roselawn cemetery when the machine missed the bridge over the ditch and plunged into the water. Roy Frasier former employe of the packing company, was also in the car but escaped drowning. Pueblo has not been so shocked by drownings in recent years as it was by Saturday night's tragedy since the drowning of Matthew and James Coleman, 18 and 17 year old brothers, who were drowned in Lake Minnequa Christmas night last, when skating on the ice. One of the brothers is believed to have fallen thru a hole in the ice and the other to have jumped in after him. The Survivors - Mrs. Grace Cole is survived by a husband, father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hall, Avondale, three brothers, Thomas, Logan and James Hall, Vineland, and two sisters, Mrs. Stella Klaus of Vineland, and Mrs. Ed Johnson of Pueblo. Lewis Cole is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elsie Cole, three daughters and three sons, who are, Louise 15; Bessie 14; Sarah 6; Lewis Jr. 13; J. Herschel 10; and Albert 8. He is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Sarah Cole, 66 Block H, one brother, J. D. Cole and a sister, Mrs. Abby McDermott, 60 Block O. The three bodies are being cared for by Dunaway-Rouch, Funeral announcements will be made later. Pueblo Chieftain - June 17, 1924 – The triple funeral of Mildred Marie, Grace and Lewis Cole will be held from the Dunaway-Rouch funeral home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. H. C. Sterett will officiate. Interment will be made in Mountain View. Collbran Plateau Voice – June 27, 1924 – Pueblo – The bodies of Mrs. Grace Cole, her 8-months-old baby, and her brother-in-law, Louis Cole, who were drowned in the Bessemer irrigation ditch here, were recovered when the ditch was drained. Note: Grace Cole, and her 8 month-old daughter, Mildred M. Cole, were buried together in the same grave in Mountain View Cemetery in Pueblo. The brother-in-law, Lewis S. Cole, was buried beside them.

Cole, Nathaniel M.
Nathaniel M. Cole - Pueblo Chieftain - January 28, 1987 - Nathaniel M. Cole died Jan. 26, 1987. Survived by his sister, May Schneider, Dennison, Texas. Member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Born Aug. 16, 1901, in Benton, Miss. Pueblo resident since 1942. Mr. Cole worked as a welder at the PAD, retiring in 1961. Preceded in death by his wife, Lena Cole, Nov. 24, 1986. Graveside service, 3 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 29, Imperial, with the Rev. Erick Nelson officiating. Visitation, until 8:30 p.m. today.

Cole, Olive
Olive Cole - Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph - August 18, 1987 - 8-18-1987 - Body of Springs Woman Found in Lake Pueblo - The body of a 51-year old Colorado Springs woman was found Monday in Lake Pueblo after she apparently drowned Sunday night, the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office reported. Olive Cole, of the 6600 block of Player Place, was boating with an unidentified companion about 9:45 p.m. Sunday when the craft hit a sandbar in Peck Creek Cove on the south shore of the lake. When the companion raced the engine, attempting to power the boat over the sandbar, Cole fell out. The companion and another boater illuminated the area with bright lights, and spotted Cole momentarily. But she went under, and they were unable to save her, according to the Pueblo County Sheriff's Lt. Dan Corsentino. At 6 a.m. Monday, a team of divers from the Sheriff's Office and Pueblo County Search and Rescue began searching the water. They found Cole's body at 11:14 a.m. in 8 feet of water, about 50 yards from where she fell out of the boat. Corsentino said foul play is not suspected.

Cole, Phillip
Phillip Cole - Pueblo Chieftain - October 16, 1997 - Phillip Cole passed away Oct. 10, 1997, in Pueblo. He was born Aug. 14, 1934, in David City, Neb. Following his graduation at CU, Phil was a reporter for the Pueblo Star Journal and Chieftain for 27 years before his retiring. He volunteered many hours to Share Colorado, a program he deeply believed in. Phil cherished his longtime friends and the men and women of law enforcement that he covered as a reporter. He was preceded in death by his mother, Margaret Mason. He is survived by 15 grandchildren, including his special buddy, Rian Martin. At his request, cremation in the Davis Crematory. No services will be held.

Cole, W.
W. "Burt" Cole - Huerfano World - April 12, 2001 - This Week in La Veta History - 1961: Died, W. "Burt" Cole, 48, in Modesto Calif. He used to own the home now Gilbert Arnold's.

Cole, Wallace Scott
Wallace Scott Cole - Pueblo Chieftain - May 11, 1986 - Wallace Scott Cole, May 9, 1986. Husband of Margaret Cole. Father of Margaret Evon (Robert) Trower, Alamosa; William Wallace "Bill" Cole, Breckenridge; Alvin Scott (Clare) Cole, Pueblo; and Edwin David (DeDe) Cole, Pueblo. Grandfather of 13. Great-grandfather of one. Brother of Dr. Merrill H. (Carolyn) Cole, Minnesota; Genevieve Earl, California; and Flora J. Starr, California. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and retired in 1976 as a construction electrician in Pueblo. Member of Vineland Methodist Church; IBEW Local 12; Fremont Lodge No. 97 AF&AM; and Disabled American Veterans, Pueblo Chapter 2. At his request, cremation, Almont Crematory. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Saturday, May 17, George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Please omit food and flowers; contributions may be made in his memory to the Pueblo Heart Unit through the funeral home office. The family will receive friends at the Chapel after the service.

Colegrove, S. Ray
S. Ray Colegrove - Pueblo Chieftain - April 03, 1986 - S. Ray Colegrove, 68, late of 2025 Acero Ave., died Wednesday, April 2, 1986, at a local hospital. Survived by his wife, Edna, of the family home; children, Patricia (Marvin) Scoring, Defiance, Ohio, Wilma (Jack) Osthiemer, Alvordton, Ohio, Kayla (Ron) McKey, Pueblo, Fredrick (Marjory) Shadbolt, Fayette, Ohio, and Marlene Stewart, Fort Wayne, Ind. Also survived by 16 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren; brother, Leslie (Virginia) Colegrove, Fayette, Ohio; sisters, Marie McCaskey, Morenci, Mich., Ethel Swartzendruber, Fayette, Ohio; and numerous nieces and nephews. Born May 21, 1917, in Morenci, Mich. Employed as a livestock buyer for 32 years at Fayette, Ohio; resident of Denver, Colo., from 1968 to 1982, when he moved to Pueblo. Married Edna Shadbolt, Dec. 2, 1944, in Bryan, Ohio. Private family service Sunday, Davis-Wallin Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. Leo Bonsadini officiating.

Coleman, Anna Mae
Anna Mae (Rowe) Coleman - Pueblo Chieftain - July 06, 2005 - Anna Mae (Rowe) Coleman was born Feb. 28, 1913, in Boone, Colo., to William and Myrtle (Danner) Rowe. She married Charlie Postlewaite who passed away Aug. 23, 1934, and later William Coleman who passed away Aug. 26, 1954. She also was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Isador Lenord Rowe Sr., Everett Rowe and Vernon Rowe; sisters, Rachel (Ray) Rowe Keith and Cecical (Rowe) Nelson; nieces, Eva (Rowe) Turner and Betty (Nelson) Whitenton; nephews, Bill Rowe, Lee Nelson, Billy Talbett and Bobbie Talbett. Anna Mae is survived by her nieces, Bonita (Rowe) Baker of Norwalk, Calif., and Rose Lee (Rowe) Bonner of Hazlet, Texas; nephews, Isador Lenord Rowe Jr. of Berryville, Ark., and Gene Nelson of Shoshoni, Wyo.; as well as her good friend, Joanne Masser. She worked at the Carroll Electric Co-op Corp. in Berryville, Ark., as a records clerk from Aug. 9, 1949 to Aug. 14, 1952. She returned to Colorado and worked as secretary at Lake Avenue Baptist Church and volunteered in the gift shop at Parkview hospital in Pueblo for 20 years. She was a past matron of the Order of the Eastern Star No. 7 of Pueblo and was in the Eastern Star for 56 years. Visitation, 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 6, 2005, at the funeral home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Thursday, July 7, 2005, Adrian Comer Garden Chapel, with interment to follow in the Masonic Cemetery, Trinidad, Colo. The family especially wishes to thank the staff of University Park Care Center for all the tenderness, compassion and care they showed to Anna Mae.

Coleman, Anna Marie
Anna Marie Coleman - Colorado Springs Gazette - November 1, 1988 - Anna Marie Coleman, 46, of Colorado Springs died Sunday at a local hospital. She was a third- and fourth-grade teacher in Fountain School District 8 for 23 1/2 years. Visitation will be from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. today at Evergreen Funeral Home, Fountain and Union boulevards. A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. today at the funeral home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Divine Redeemer Church, 927 N. Logan Ave., with the Rev. Owen McHugh officiating. Burial will be at Evergreen Cemetery. Mrs. Coleman was born Oct. 20, 1942, in Mesita. She is survived by her father, John Rael. Mrs. Coleman was preceded in death by her mother, Bertha Rael. She had lived in Colorado Springs 23 1/2 years and was a former resident of Pueblo. Mrs. Coleman graduated from high school in Mesita, attended Adams State College and graduated from the University of Southern Colorado, Pueblo. She was a member of Divine Redeemer Church. She was married July 7, 1979, at Divine Redeemer Church, to Michael V. Coleman, who survives. In addition to her husband and father, Mrs. Coleman is survived by six brothers, Raymond Rael of Manassa, Larry Rael of Fort Garland, Robert and Charles Rael, both of Alamosa, Nicholas Rael of Eden Prairie, Minn., and John Rael of Fort Collins; and three sisters, Delphinian Kogovsek of Pueblo, Cordie Mantua of Freeport and Lou Loomis of Loveland. Memorial contributions may be made to the Anna Coleman Memorial Fund in care of the family, 2745 Lavarie Drive, Colorado Springs 80917.

Coleman, Bessie M.
Bessie M. Coleman - Pueblo Chieftain - February 14, 1944 - Mrs. Bessie M. Coleman, services our chapel Monday 1:30 p.m. Rev. Rowland Hill, pastor Bethel Methodist church, will officiate. Interment Roselawn. T.G. McCarthy mortuary.

Coleman, Captain
Captain Coleman - Huerfano World - July 29, 1993 -This Week in La Veta History -1896: Dr. J.W. Collins shot Captain Coleman through the forehead but was acquitted of murder on a plea of self-defense.

Coleman, Doris A.
Doris A. Coleman - Pueblo Chieftain - September 19, 2002 - Doris A. Coleman, 66, passed away Sept. 17, 2002, in Pueblo. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

Coleman, George R.
George R. Coleman - Huerfano World - March 8, 1990 - This Week in La Veta History - 1938: Died, George R. Coleman, who leaves his widow Maude and two brothers, Ray and Lou. He was born in Arkansas in 1888 and came to La Veta in 1892 with his parents, Edward R. and Bessie. Huerfano World - March 4, 2004 - This Week in La Veta History - 1938: George Coleman, 50, plasterer and cement worker, died of a heart attack in his backyard, leaving his wife Maude, daughter Nellie Joyce, father, brothers and sister Estella. [Editor's Note: George E. Coleman died February 26, 1938. Obituary is listed in World Independent, February 28, 1938, page 1.]

Coleman, Hazel Alice
Hazel Alice Coleman - Pueblo Chieftain - December 31, 1997 - Hazel Alice Coleman, 87, passed away Dec. 29, 1997, at the Bent County Nursing Home. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, Jan. 2, 1998, at Horber Funeral Chapel, Las Animas, Colo. Interment will be in the Las Animas Cemetery.

Coleman, Laura M.
Laura M. Coleman - Huerfano World - January 9, 2003 - This Week in La Veta History - 1941: Died, Laura M. Coleman, 70, leaving her brothers James, Charles and Frank Powell of La Veta and Walter of Lamar.

Coleman, Lela D.
Lela D. Coleman - Pueblo Chieftain - November 13, 2005 - Lela D. Coleman, 96, passed away Nov. 10, 2005. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

Coleman, Marvel Allene
Marvel Allene Coleman - Pueblo Chieftain - October 27, 2004 - Marvel Allene Coleman, 86, passed away Oct. 23, 2004. She is preceded in death by her husband, Elmer; and by her five brothers. Mother of Ralph (Sonuia) Coleman, Bancroft, Mich., Morris (Shirley) Coleman, Mesa, Ariz., Jim Coleman, Pueblo, Colo., Dan (Barbara) Coleman, Nashville, Tenn., Dean (Dolly) Coleman, Mesa, Ariz., Florence (Daniel) Pizinger, Colorado Springs; sister of Kay Lee, Pueblo, Joy (Chuck) Ingram, Denver, and Russell (Marilyn) Olson, Denver. Also survived by 48 grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives. She was a member of the First Church of God. She loved to do crafts including sewing and making quilts. Allene also was an avid bowler, enjoyed upholstering, and loved children and cooking. Visitation will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, and 8 a.m. to noon Thursday, at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. Funeral service, 2 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 28, 2004, First Church of God, corner of Abriendo and Tyler. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Donations may be made in Allene's memory to either the Alzheimer Foundation or the American Cancer Society.

Coleman, Mr.
Mr. Coleman – Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – January 24, 1878 – State Items – Two men named Coleman and Fairfield were blown up by the premature explosion of a blast in Platte Caρon. The two men were engaged in tamping a charge of a keg and a half of blasting powder, Coleman holding the tamping iron while Fairfield struck it with a sledge to drive the tamping home. Only one or two blows had been struck when the charge exploded. Both men were badly burned and knocked senseless. Coleman died of his injuries.

Coleman, Pansy
Pansy Coleman - Huerfano World - January 14, 1993 - Pioneer Dies - Pansy Coleman, 92, of La Veta, died Sunday, Jan. 3, 1993, in Huerfano County Medical Center Long Term Care where she had been in residence the past year. Mrs. Coleman had been in failing health after suffering a broken hip. Born in La Veta June 17, 1900, to Orace Byrd and Minnie Spielmann Beamer, she was reared in La Veta and graduated from La Veta High School. On Nov. 25, 1925, she married Louis W. Coleman who was at that time in the contracting business. In 1933, the Coleman Drug Store was founded and she worked with her husband while raising their son, Jack. While working at the store many of the lady clerks were taught to crochet by Mrs. Coleman who was known for her fine work. She was active in many of the social and civic clubs of La Veta, and was also known for her avid bridge playing. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church and American Legion Auxiliary. Survivors include her son, Jack Coleman, Sequim, WA, four grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Funeral service was Friday from La Veta United Methodist Church. Burial was in La Veta Cemetery. Huerfano World - January 14, 1993 - Pansy Coleman whose funeral service was Friday, Jan. 8 was a leading citizen of her times, often the first to greet summer residents and visitors from the drugstore which she and her late husband, Lou Coleman established in the 1930s. Featured in the store displaying many antiques was the beautiful soda fountain, old when they bought it, which is now seen daily at Charlie's in La Veta. A member of the American Legion Auxiliary, Pansy had the reputation of selling the most poppies as she and others rang bells from door-to-door soliciting donations. A pleasure for her was making cookies to fill the tins provided veterans in hospitals. Lou was a veteran of World War I. In later years, Pansy played lots of bridge, loved clubs and church. Almost to the day for the last year she was hospitalized in Huerfano County Medical Center after a fall in her home. Her son Jack Coleman survives with his wife Harriet of Seguim, OR, and their four children and grandchildren. Pall bearers were W.M.H. Riggins, Harry Moore, Bill Duzenack, Eugene Heikes, Don Wagner and Fred Falk.

Coleman, Steve
Steve Coleman - Pueblo Chieftain - October 03, 2000 - Steve Coleman of Trinidad, born Feb. 18, 1959, in Pueblo, Colo., passed away September 2000. Preceded in death by maternal and paternal grandparents. Also preceded in death by stepfather, Marv Bouska. He is survived by wife, Joann (Tortarelli) Coleman; four children, Chad, Pat, of Pueblo, Sherri, James; and one grandson, all of Florida; stepchildren, Kerri (Toby) Carroll and Kelly (Stacy) Rivera. Also survived by parents, Paul (Fran) Coleman and Mary Marlene Bouska; siblings, Paula (Robert) Kepplinger, Karen Jamnik, Brad (Jane) Coleman, Lori (John) Musso, of Texas; 18 nieces and nephews; 2 great-nephews; 1 great-niece; numerous aunts, uncles and special friend, Frank Tortarelli. Steve is a previous student of South High School and attended church at Holy Family Catholic Church. He enjoyed fishing and the outdoors. Memorial service, 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5, 2000, at Rose Chapel.

Coleman, William H.
William H. Coleman - Pueblo Chieftain - July 12, 1987 - William H. Coleman passed away July 10, 1987, in Pueblo, Colo. Mr. Coleman was preceded in death by his wife, Anna H. Coleman, and his daughter, Ann Moore. Survived by his son, Donald (Marilyn) Coleman of Pueblo; sisters, Alice Charbonneau of Pueblo, Iva Coleman and Edna Rehder, both of Alliance, Neb.; brother, Floyd Coleman of Alliance. Also survived by four grandchildren. Mr. Coleman was a veteran of World War I. Recitation of the rosary, 7 p.m. Monday, July 13, 1987, T.G. McCarthy Rose Chapel. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 14, 1987, St. Pius X Church, with Father Leonard Racki officiating. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. Visitation from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday.

Coles, Richard E.
Richard E. Coles – Pueblo Chieftain – October 15, 2006 - Richard E. Coles, 73, of Boone, passed away Oct. 12, 2006, in Pueblo. Services in Texas.

Coletti, Frank V.
Frank V. Coletti - Colorado Springs Gazette - May 8, 2007 - Frank V. Colletti, 60, of Colorado Springs, died unexpectedly May 3, 2007. Survived by his daughter, Angela (Alex) Krinsky of Pueblo; brother, Vic "Vito" Coletti of Colorado Springs; grandchildren, Aaron Krinsky and Julianna Krinsky; nieces, Gina (Mark Salamon) Manning, Rene (Vince) Eastlake, Dana (Scott) Huntsman; great-nieces and nephews, Amanda and Heather Eastlake, David, Derek and Tera Huntsman. Preceded in death by his parents, James and Mary Colletti; and sister-in-law, Diane Colletti. Frank was born Aug. 26, 1946, in Walsenburg, Colo. He served in the U.S. Marines during the Vietnam Era. He was a maintenance supervisor for the Wildridge Apartments in Colorado Springs. Frank's pride and joy were his grandchildren. He also enjoyed fishing. He will be sadly missed by all of his friends and family. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 9, 2007, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, 1317 N. Main, in Pueblo, with Mike Giglio, Jr. officiating. Military honors by Pueblo Veterans' Ritual Team. Online condolences, MontgomerySteward.com.

Colglazier, Berneil I.
Berneil I. Colglazier - Pueblo Chieftain - September 11, 2002 - Berneil I. Colglazier, born May 27, 1915, passed away Sept. 9, 2002. Preceded in death by her husband, Sidney G. Colglazier; parents; one sister; and two brothers. Survived by her sons, Sidney (Faline) of Benson, Ariz., Norman (Nancy) of Pueblo and Alan of Pueblo West; 11 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Also survived by her sister, Ila Whitlock; and brothers, Dale, Harold, Lester and Gary Herrick, all of Kansas. Berneil was a member of Temple Baptist Church, Phi Sigma Alpha Sorority and C.A.P.E. Berneil was employed by the Colorado State Hospital as a Mental Health Worker II at the time of her retirement in 1979. A special thanks to the staff of Heatherwood Court and Belmont Lodge for the care given Berneil the last years of her life. Viewing, 1 to 5 p.m. today at the funeral home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 12, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Temple Baptist Church in her memory. The family will greet friends following the service at Imperial Reception Hall.

Colian, James A.
James A. Colian - Pueblo Chieftain - November 05, 2005 - James A. Colian passed away Nov. 3, 2005, in Pueblo. Jim was born Feb. 7, 1938, to James and Julia Mauro Colian Prutch. He was a 1956 graduate of Pueblo County High School, and a wonderful musician for the better part of his life. He was the "Master of the Game" of car sales, having been employed as a salesman for many years at Fortino Jackson Chevrolet and most recently at Vidmar Motors. He enjoyed his family, watching the Denver Broncos on his big screen TV, his trips to Las Vegas and his Oreos. Jim loved everyone and will be greatly missed. He was preceded in death by his parents; sons, Mark Alan Colian, David Scott Moore; son-in-law, Rawn Swarbrick; sisters, Ravelle Cain and Esther Thomas; brothers-in-law, Bill Cain and Tony Thomas. His survivors include his loving wife of 27 years, JoAnn Colian; daughters, Brenda (Greg) Smith, Terry Swarbrick, Kimberly (Dan) Huerta, Leslie (Joe) Reeves, Carol (Keith) Avery and Robin Thomas; his grandchildren, Lacey (Matt) Goodrich, Shawna Knabe, Tyler, Chelsea, Sophia Swarbrick, Kristen and Stephanie Mulay, Megan Huerta, Alex and Ashley Avery, Anthony Reeves, Lee, Brigette, Brandy and Jessica Smith, RJ Spencer, and Bayli Thomas; his great-grandchildren, Xandra Armijo and Mia Mulay, who is due in January of 2006; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Mr. Colian will lie in state, noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6, 2005, Davis Mortuary. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, 2005, Pueblo Christian Center, 1605 S. Pueblo Boulevard. Entombment will follow at Imperial Cemetery, with graveside burial rites by the Pueblo Elks Lodge No. 90.

Colistro, Joe Sr.
Joe Colistro Sr. - Huerfano World - September 28, 2006 - After living a long and happy life, on September 25, 2006, of Gardner, my husband, our father, and grandfather, Joe Colistro was welcomed into the loving arms of his Mother, Grandfather, Father, Brother, 2 grandchildren, and his good buddy, Tony Trujillo, all of whom preceded him into the glory of heaven. Joe is survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Barbara; his children, who he loved deeply, Mickey (Sal) D'Ambrosia, Mary Jo Colistro, Joe (Liz) Colistro, Tony (Peggy) Colistro, John (Tressa) Colistro, Cathy (Gibby) Harmes, Susan (Aron) Wolak, Gina (Jess) Vialpando, and Bobbie Jo (Ben) Trujillo; and loved as a son, Chuck Vialpando; forty-one grandchildren, fifty-one great-grandchildren, and 2 great-great-grandchildren. Joe was born on September 14, 1923 in Pueblo to Anna Albo and Sam Campise. Joe was a man who contributed much to the community. He was an active member of the community who had a strong voice in local governmental committees that helped Gardner and Huerfano County to become a better place to live. One of his finest achievements was the Danforth School Reunion. His commitment to his lifelong friends was the true meaning of friendship. The gathering of his friends meant a great deal to him. Joe loved his community, his friends, his wife, children and grandchildren. He was a friend to all. He said, “No one is a stranger, they are just people I haven't met yet.” In lieu of flowers, the family asks that contributions be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 129 Kansas Avenue, Walsenburg, CO 81089. they cared for Joe with much care and affection. Special thanks to Kathy, Tracy, Dale, Suzann, Pastor BJ and Nancy, who helped make Joe's journey peaceful, dignified and honorable. He was an avid outdoorsman, stamp collector and enjoyed collecting memorabilia. He was also a great artist and builder and very kind. He was a good man. Joe will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Memorial mass will be held on Saturday, September 30, 2006 at 11 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church. Johnson-Romero Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Gardner Cemetery

Collas, Marcie
Marcie Collas - Pueblo Chieftain - January 03, 2002 - Age 71, of Walsenburg, died Dec. 30, 2001. Born May 20, 1930, in Pueblo, Colo. Preceded in death by husband, Nick Collas; parents, Francisco Gonzales and Dolores Duran Gonzales. Survived by her brothers, Robert Gonzales, Colorado Springs, Colo., and Francisco Gonzales, Lawndale, Calif.; sister, Delores Srnka Ramirez, Walsenburg. Memorial funeral service, 2 p.m. Friday at Romero Chapel in Walsenburg with minister Edgar DeVan officiating. Those who desire may make donations to Colorado State Veterans Nursing Home Activities through the funeral home. Relatives and friends can be reached at (719) 738-3517.

Collett, Guiseppe
Guiseppe Collett – Pueblo Chieftain - June 17, 1924 – The funeral of Guiseppe Collett took place Monday morning at 9:30 from the resident, 168 Block W. and from Mt. Carmel church at 10 o'clock, Rev. Fr. A. M Valentino celebrated requiem high mass. Flower bearers were Joe Martellaro, Chas. Dionisio, Chas. Genova, Nardi Genova, Carlo Genova, Sam Musso, Chas. Riggio, Pedi Pisciotti, Lillippi Pandaleo, Pedro Pisciotta, Gio Corsidino, Rosi Vinezia, and Joe Musso. Pall bearers were James Prutch, Jno. Bazo, A. Drew Geonnetta, Carl Genova, Veto Gagliano and Henry Geonetta. Interment was made in Roselawn in charge of Geo. F. McCarthy Mortuary.

Collette, Sylvester G.
Sylvester G. ''Bud" Collette - Pueblo Chieftain - November 28, 1987 - Sylvester G. ''Bud" Collette passed away Nov. 25, 1987. He is survived by his wife, Debi, of the family home; children, Judy, Jaton, Douglas, Shanna, Gary, Michael, Tim and Mark; grandson, Steven; his mother, Helen; sisters, Frances and Peggy; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his father, Nick, in 1982. Lifetime Pueblo resident, born July 20, 1936. He thoroughly enjoyed car racing at Beacon Hill and roller skating throughout the region. His hobby was building and collecting ships. Retired from Colorado State Highway Department. Service, 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 28, T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home Chapel, with Father Joseph P. McGuinness. officiating. Cremation to follow. Visitation, 9 a.m. until service time Saturday at the funeral home.

Collette, Vera
Vera Collette - Pueblo Chieftain - February 07, 2003 - Vera Collette, 91, passed away Feb. 5, 2003. Born on Aug. 18, 1911, in Pueblo, Colo. Preceded in death by parents, Nancy and Steve Pillar; husband, John H. Collette; sisters, Clara (Carl) Pantleo and Lucy (Joe) Collette; grandson, John A. Collette; great-granddaughter, Valerie Hayes; and numerous brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law. Survived by daughter, Nancy (Alvin) Hayes; son, Albert (Jo Anna) Collette; grandchildren, Diana (Richard) Schultz, Patricia (Brian) Rowe, Nancy (Steve) Hayes, John (Laurie) Hayes, Dennis (Sherril) Hayes, Patrick (Ronda) Collette, Karen (Dick) Hoopes, Tim (Roe Ann) Collette, Jo Anna (Scott) Yarberry, Theresa (Jeff) Zupancic, Stephanie (Daniel) Selvage, 23 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and many special friends and neighbors. She loved to cook and bake, and shared with all her neighbors and grandchildren. She taught her grandchildren to crochet and loved passing time with them playing cards. She lived on her own until September 1994, when she had a stroke, she then lived with her daughter, Nancy, and son, Al. She was a member of Our Lady of the Meadows Church, and at one time Christ the King Church. Family may be contacted at One Encino Place. Viewing, 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Rosary, 7 p.m. Sunday, funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Monday, at Our Lady of the Meadows Church, celebrated by Father Roger Dorcy and Father Tom Adrians. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery.

Colletti, Diane Lynch
Diane Lynch Colletti - Colorado Springs Gazette - February 20, 2007 - Diane Colletti passed away February 16, 2007. Diane was born February 20, 1941 to Joseph and Grace Lynch in Denver, Colorado and was raised in Pueblo, Colorado. Diane was married on September 7, 1963 to Vic "Vito" Colletti in Pueblo, Colorado. She is survived by her spouse Vito, her children, Gina Manning (Mark Salamon), Rene' (Vince) Eastlake, and Dana (Scott) Huntsman and her grandchildren, David Huntsman, Derek Huntsman, Tera Huntsman, Amanda Eastlake, and a soon to be born baby girl Eastlake, and Brother-in-law Frank Colletti. Diane was an avid gardener, loved to travel, and especially enjoyed spending time with her family. She took an active role in her grand children's education and activities. Visitation will be Tuesday, February 20 at Dove-Witt Funeral Home from 4:00 to 6:00 with a rosary at 6:00. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Fountain at 101 N. Main Street. Burial at Fairview Fountain Cemetery.

Colletti, Linda
Linda Colletti - Pueblo Chieftain - September 15, 2002 - Linda Colletti departed this life Sept. 13, 2002, at St. Francis Hospice in Colorado Springs. Linda is preceded in death by her father, Lestor Tisor; and mother, Joyce Tisor. She is survived by her loving husband, Joseph; son, Robert Gallegos; step-daughters, Melanie and Keri Colletti; sisters, Diane (Tom) Bradford, June (Tad) Daily, Carrie (James) Gordon; brother, Dennis (Linda) Tisor; sisters-in-law, Donna (Richard) Scalese and Ginger (Pat) Bergman; and nieces and nephews. Viewing, 2 to 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 16, 2002, Roselawn Chapel. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2002, Mount Carmel Catholic Church. Interment Roselawn Cemetery. Family will greet friends and relatives following the service at Roselawn's reception room.

Colletti, Lucy Pillar
Mrs. Lucy Pillar Colletti - Pueblo Chieftain - December 26, 2002 - Mrs. Lucy Pillar Colletti went to be with the Lord Dec. 23, 2002, while visiting in Huntsville, Ala. She was born in Pueblo, Colo., to Steve and Nancy Pillar. She married Joseph Colletti (deceased April 1989) on May 31, 1933. They had two sons, Sylvester (Cornelia) and Steve (Carolyn). Grandmother of Steve (Pamela) Collette Jr., Lucille (Scott) McMahan, Debra Ann Collette, Frank (Delisa) Collette, Joseph (Kimberly) Collette and Matthew Collette. Great-grandmother of Dustin, Riley, Austen and Alex. Also survived by her sister, Vera (John) Collette; cousin, Mike Yallanardo; and many nieces and nephews. Lucy loved to crochet, watch her soap operas and WWW wrestling. The family will receive friends 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Saturday, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. The family respectfully requests the omission of food.

Colletti, Nannette
Nannette Colletti - Pueblo Chieftain - April 29, 2000 - Nannette Colletti, passed away April 28, 2000, after a lengthy illness. She was born in Fremont, Neb., on Feb. 8, 1942. Preceded in death by her mother, Marge Divelbliss. Survived by her father, Stan Bokowski; brother, Larry (Sharon) Bokowski, all of Fremont. Also survived by daughter, Terry Cozzetto; son, George Cozzetto; grandchildren, Tabatha (Rusty) Singletary, Donna Tortessi, Shayna, Jonathan and Tyler Lohrmeyer; and great-granddaughter, Katlynn Singletary, all of Pueblo. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Employed by C&E Auto Parts, Pueblo. She will be greatly missed by family and many friends, especially Chester, her dog. Memorial Mass, Monday, 10 a.m., Rose Chapel. Inurnment at Memorial Cemetery, Fremont, Neb., at a later date.

Colletti, Salvator
Salvator Colletti - Pueblo Chieftain - March 09, 2001 - Funeral Mass, 1:30 p.m. Friday. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the St. Jude Children's Hospital in his name. The family wishes to thank all of his friends in Eads, Colo.

Collier, Irma Emma
Irma Emma Collier - The Kansas City Star - April 06, 1995 - Irma Emma Collier, 83, of Kansas City, Mo., passed away Monday, April 3, at St. Luke's Hospital. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Saturday, at McGilley Midtown Chapel; burial in Floral Hills Cemetery. Visitation will be 6-8 p.m. Friday, at the chapel. In lieu of flowers, family suggests contributions to the charity of one's choice. Mrs. Collier was born in Farr, Colo., and had lived here since 1940. She was a supervisor in the Research Department at Hallmark Cards. She was a member of AARP. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Wilson Collier, in 1970. Survivors include two sisters, Mary Wilhelms, Wilmington, Calif., and Mildred Morris, Walsenburg, Colo.; a brother-in-law, Rev. Harry Dale Collier, Jr., South Bend, Ind.; sister-in-law, Jean Eccker, Lakeside, Calif.

Collier, J. T.
Dr. J. T. Collier - Rocky Mountain News - January 4, 1895 - Dr. J. T. Collier Dead - Pueblo, Colorado, January 3 --Dr. John T. Collier of this city died at Syracuse, Kansas soon after 1 o'clock yesterday morning at the age of 68 years. His ailment was neuralgia of the heart and his illness was very brief. He leaves but one child, a daughter living at Sterling, Kan. In 1864 Dr. Collier left his birthplace in Collier County, Mo., and went to California. Soon after this he engaged in the live stock business in Nevada and proved himself very competent. In 1871 he came to Colorado and made Pueblo his home. The funeral will be held here probably Sunday afternoon.

Collier, Weber T.
Weber T. Collier - Pueblo Chieftain - August 24, 2000 - Weber T. Collier passed away Aug. 22, 2000, to join God's Heavenly Chorus. Born May 31, 1920, in West Brownsville, Pa. He is survived by his wife, Vivian; daughter, Kathleen Boyd; son, James W. (Anna) Collier; brothers, Wilfred (Eudora) Collier, Sun City, Ariz., Donald (Nancy) Collier, West Bloomfield, Mich.; grandchildren, Shawn Boyd and Natassja Vicencio. Weber was a WWII veteran of the 43rd Infantry Division. He was retired from the Ohio Bell Telephone Company. Weber had been a member of the SPEBSQUA Society for 33 years, including the Pueblo Sunsational Chorus. Weber was a member of the Wesley United Methodist Church. Memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Aug. 25, 2000, at Wesley United Methodist Church with the Rev. Kim James officiating.

Collings, Jessie Gertrude
Jessie Gertrude Collings - Huerfano World - July 16, 1963 - Former Educator at Tarkio Dies - Mrs. Jessie Gertrude Collings, 50, Cosby, Mo., and formerly of Tarkio, Mo., died last night in a St. Joseph hospital where she had been a patient since June. Born in Whitesville, Mo., Mrs. Collings had taught school at Tarkio six years before moving to Cosby last September. She was graduated from the Savannah, Missouri High School and Northeast Missouri State Teachers College, Kirksville. Mrs. Collings had taught in Andrew, Mercer, and Lancaster counties. She was a member of the Tarkio Baptist Church and the Ravenwood, Mo., Order of the Eastern Star. She was the widow of James Ferrill Collings, Tarkio educator, who died last year. Survivors include one daughter, Miss Mary Jane Collings, Cosby; one son, James Lawrence Collings, Cosby; three brothers, Clifford and James E. Clark, both of Rae, Mo., and Porter Clark, Yakama, Wash., and four sisters, Mrs. Raymond Scott and Mrs. Philip Summer, St. Joseph; Mrs. Freeman Howell, Union Star, Mo., and Mrs. Milton Schneider, Cosby. Services will be Saturday at 2:00 p.m. at the Whitesville Baptist Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. The body is at the Clark Funeral home, King City, Mo.

Collins, Carol A.
Carol A. Collins - Pueblo Chieftain - May 03, 2003 - Carol A. Collins passed away April 30, 2003, in Pueblo. Carol was born March 7, 1946, in Alexandria City, Minn., and came to Pueblo with her family shortly thereafter. She was a member of King of Kings Lutheran Church and past president of the FO Eagles Auxiliary. She was preceded in death by her parents, Arthur and Valencia Davis. Her survivors include her sons, Donnie Jones and John Collins; her daughter, Kristie Hammer; her brother, Richard Davis, all of Pueblo; four grandchildren, Randy, Matthew and Jennifer Jones and Michael Hammer; as well as several nieces, nephews and other relatives. No viewing, cremation in the Davis Crematory. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, May 5, 2003, in the Davis Memorial Chapel. The family will greet friends at a reception following the service at 4 p.m. at the Steel City Eagles Hall, 3801 Thatcher.

Collins, Charles R.
Charles R. Collins - Pueblo Chieftain - May 08, 1917 - The remains of Charles R. Collins will be forwarded today to Mansfield, Ill., by the McCarthy Undertaking Co. The body will be accompanied by the father, John W. Collins.

Collins, Charles William
Charles William Collins - Pueblo Chieftain - January 9, 1987 - Charles William Collins, of La Crosse, Kan., formerly of Ramah, Colo., died Jan. 9, 1987, at his home. He was a farmer of Rush County for many years. Predeceased by his wife. Bertha, July 11, 1986. Survived by sons, Larry, Nekoma, Kan.; Robert, Colorado Springs; and John, Rush Center, Kan.; daughters, Nancy Collins, Ulysses, Kan.; and Susan Collins Peach, Rush Center; brothers, Uly and Ray Collins, both of Pueblo; sisters, Nellie Schwindt, La Crosse; Hazel Dunlap, Nampa, Idaho; Dimple Todhunter, Pueblo; and nine grandchildren. Service, 2 p.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church in La Crosse. Memorials to Bertha and Charles Collins, United Methodist Church Scholarship Fund in care of Janousek Funeral Home, P.O. Box 550, La Crosse, Kan. 67548.

Collins, D. W.
Dr. D. W. Collins - Rocky Mountain News - May 18, 1911 - Dr. D. W. Collins at Pueblo. "Doctor Martyr To Science, Pueblo Specialist Near Death." May 17, at Pueblo, Dr. D. W. Collins is ill from a complication of nervous troubles due to application to research and practical work with the Roentgen X-Ray. It is expected he has only a short time to live, Mayor closes street where he lives.

Collins, Emma Lou
Emma Lou Collins - Pueblo Chieftain - August 31, 1998 - Emma Lou Collins, 91, of Pueblo, passed away Aug. 27, 1998. A graduate of Centennial High School, Class of 1926, and a member of Tri Delta Sorority, a graduate of University of Northern Colorado in Greeley in 1932, and a retired teacher in School District 60. Predeceased by husband, Harold Collins, and brother and sister-in-law, Davidson (Valeta) Hill. Survived by son, Davidson (Darlene) Collins, three grandchildren, Dawn Collins, Dena (Curt) Croteau and Dixi (Tom) Thompson, and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral service, 1 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 2, 1998, at Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Visitation, 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Interment at Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, family requests donations be made to Salvation Army.

Collins, Forrest B.
Forrest B. Collins - Pueblo Chieftain - May 06, 2005 - Forrest B. Collins, 60, better known as Indian, became free to pursue his next adventure on May 4, 2005. Born, July 26, 1944. Survived by wife, Sharon; father, Wesley (Marlene) Collins; sister, Jodie Taylor; daughters, Davilene (Don Koen) Ramey, Paula (Kyle) Faulkner, Laura (Paul) Toth, Katie (George) DeRossett; grandchildren, Crystal and Nicole Ramey, Koty and Kirby Toth, George, Randy and Kaitlyn DeRossett, Jed and Audra Faulkner; great-grandchild, Nikita Hockey; mother-in-law, Alice Stevens; nephew, Shawn (Silena) Foley; and numerous extended family and friends. Preceded in death by his mother, Flossie Collins; granddaughter, Natasha; son-in-law, Lee Ramey, as well as numerous friends. To honor his wishes, there will be no viewing or funeral service. Family will receive friends at a celebration of his life from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, May 7, 2005, at the Cultural Heritage Building at the Colorado State Fairgrounds.

Collins, Frank D.
Frank D. Collins - Pueblo Chieftain - October 08, 2000 - Frank D. Collins, 80, passed away Oct. 5, 2000. Survived by his wife, Isabel Collins, of the family home; children, Sharon Kay Boughman of Florida, Carolyn Dean Belton of California, David James (Janie) Collins of Texas, Judy Collins of Washington, Joyce Rose of Florida, Carol McKeown of Pueblo and Joyce Douglas of Fort Collins, Colo.; siblings, Bob Collins, Carmen Mason, Bill Collins, Jim Collins, J.W. Collins, Kathy Nimms and Mary Carver; 17 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his first wife, Charlene Collins in 1956; his second wife, Vadis Collins; son, Darrell Eugene Collins; sisters, Geraldine Lotus and Jesse Ann; and brother, Clifford Collins. Born July 28, 1920, in Springdale, Ark. Member of Faith Baptist Church, Riverside Saddle Club, and Good Sams Club. He will lie in state today at the funeral home from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. Service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Rev. Dave Abbott officiating. Interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery.

Collins, Ivorine G.
Ivorine G. Collins - Pueblo Chieftain - September 20, 2001 - Ivorine G. Collins passed away Sept. 18, 2001, in Pueblo. Ivorine was born in Milan, Mo., on Dec. 4, 1911, to Oscar and Ethel Leach Hunsaker. She lived in Las Animas and was employed at the Fort Lyon VA Medical Center for many years before moving to Pueblo in 1960. Mrs. Collins was a very active resident of the Belmont Lodge Nursing Home and served as the Silver Queen in 1990. Ivorine was preceded in death by her husband of 59 years, Guy Collins, in 1989. She is survived by her children, Jalia (Bill) Brown of Pueblo, Edward Collins of Missouri; grandchildren, Laurel (Richard) Landreth, Guila (Frank) Scott, Raymond Brown, Tom (Becky) Collins; great-grandchildren, Casey Lewis, Erinn Scott, Chris Scott, Tara and Brent Collins; as well as several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Collins will lie in state at the mortuary from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. today. Graveside services will be held in the Roselawn Cemetery at 11 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 21, 2001.

Collins, James W.
James W. Collins - Colorado Springs Free Press - March 10, 1951 - Aged Man is 46th Fatality - Pueblo, Colo., March 10 - Colorado's traffic fatality toll for the year climbed to 46 persons killed today with the death of J. W. Collins, 74, Pueblo. The aged Pueblan died of injuries suffered when he was struck Tuesday by a car driven by Julian D. Gomez, 17, Avondale, Colo. Gomez is to appear today before the police magistrate on reckless driving charges filed in connection with Collins' death. Note: James Collins is buried in Roselawn Cemetery in Pueblo, Colorado.

Collins, John A.
John A. Collins – Pueblo Indicator – December 19, 1914 – Insurance Money – Among the long list of death payments made by the western fraternity of Woodmen of the World by its November assessments were the following in Pueblo: Carrie Covars, widow of John F. Covars, $3,000; Clara Hitchins Collins, widow of John A. Collins, $2,000; Minnie Bergt, widow of William C. Bergt, $1,000; Katherine Evans, widow of David H. Evans, $2,000; Mary J. Robinson, widow of James H. Robinson, $2,000; Frances M. Warren, widow of John A. Warren, $2,000; Ada C. Townsend, sister of Albert D. Chapman, $2,000. In none of these cases had total payments to their camps amounted to one-fourth of the sums received by the heirs. Indeed, Mr. Bergt had paid in only $54, while Covars, who had been a member since 1890, had paid a total of $602.80. The previous month there were four beneficiaries in Pueblo in similar amounts.

Collins, Linda L.
Linda L. Collins - Pueblo Chieftain - November 30, 1997 - Linda L. Collins, 50, of 29800 Road 8.75, Las Animas, Colo., died Nov. 29, 1997, at the Arkansas Valley Medical Center. Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Wednesday at Horber Funeral Chapel, Las Animas, Colo. Interment in the Fort Lyon National Cemetery.

Collins, Lucile Bernice
Lucile Bernice Collins - Pueblo Chieftain - June 21, 2005 - Lucile Bernice Collins, 97, passed away June 18, 2005, in Palmyra, Mo. Survived by her children, Dorothy (Richard) Cerretti of Hannibal, Mo., and David Darryl Collins of Beaumont, Texas; grandchildren, Richard Cerretti, Susan Rodhouse, David Collins, Jennifer Cerretti and Tracy Smith; and four great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her husband, Uly David Collins on Oct. 9, 1997; and brothers, Melvin, Gaylord and Homer Edson. Lucile was born to Miles and Beatrice Edson on Oct. 7, 1907, in Kokomo, Ind. She was employed as an LPN and a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church. There will be no viewing. A graveside service will be held 3 p.m. Wednesday, at Roselawn Cemetery.

Collins, Melvin W.
Melvin W. Collins - Pueblo Chieftain - December 07, 2003 - Melvin W. Collins, 73, passed away Dec. 4, 2003. Survived by his wife, Naomi; children, Kathleen (Jim) Rusick, San Antonio, Texas, Nancy (Ken) Waldenmeyer, Pueblo West, Buddy Collins, Pueblo and Judy (Edward) Velasquez, Pueblo; brother, Charles (Joyce) Collins, Pueblo; eight grandchildren; his beloved pets, Jeffrey, Chuko and three cats. Melvin served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict and retired from CF&I in 1992. There will be no viewing. Graveside service, 11 a.m. Tuesday, at Roselawn Cemetery with Pastor Dave Smith officiating and military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Family Worship Center through the funeral home.

Collins, Ralph
Ralph Collins - Spokesman-Review - March 13, 2004 - Spokane, WA - Visitation for Ralph Collins, 80, will be today at 8:30 a.m. at Hennessey-Smith Funeral Home, with funeral to follow at 9 a.m. at the funeral home. Interment will be at Riverside Cemetery in Ione, Wash. Mr. Collins, who was born in Trinidad, Colo., died Wednesday. He graduated in 1942 from Ione (Wash.) High School, where he played basketball and football. Immediately following graduation, he married Helen Dean and moved to Spokane to attend Whitworth College on an athletic scholarship. His wife died in 1965. Mr. Collins married Charlotte Nesbitt in 1967; she died in 1970. He worked for Railway Express as a delivery driver for several years. He retired as a production supervisor for Ralston Purina after 35 years. Mr. Collins was supportive of youth sports, serving as the Catholic Youth Organization Sport director and coaching his sons' sports teams. He enjoyed cooking, hunting, making his own wine, producing edited videos of special events and growing raspberries. Survivors include four sons, Randy, Bob, Steve and Tony Collins; two daughters, Margaret Collins and Claudia Ebel; three stepsons, Dave, Larry and Spencer Nesbitt; two stepdaughters, Georgia Rich and JoAnne Maughan; a sister Fran Olson; a brother, Stanley Grindy; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the Saul Haas Fund at Central Valley School District, 19307 E. Cataldo Ave., Spokane Valley, WA 99016.

Collins, Ruby D.
Ruby D. Collins - Pueblo Chieftain - January 15, 1987 - Ruby D. Collins, formerly of Pueblo, passed away Jan. 13, 1987, in Fort Collins where she had lived the past five years. Mrs. Collins was a member of the Belmont Church of the Nazarene. She is survived by one daughter, Esther (John) Atkinson of Fort Collins; a son-in-law, Millard B. Jackson of Pueblo; a daughter-in-law, Eleanor W. Collins of Seattle, Wash.; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Walter F. Collins in October 1976; a daughter, Eva Jackson in December 1976; and a son, Edwin W. Collins in November 1978. The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Adrian Comer Garden Chapel, with the Rev. Paul Flores of the Church of the Nazarene officiating. Interment will be in Imperial Memorial Gardens. The family respectfully requests the omission of flowers. Those who wish may make donations to the Belmont Church, of the Nazarene through the funeral home office.

Collins, Uly D.
Uly D. Collins - Pueblo Chieftain - October 12, 1997 - Uly D. Collins, 95, passed away Oct. 9, 1997, in Hannibal, Mo. Survived by his wife, Lucile Bernice Collins of Hannibal, Mo., children, David Darryl Collins of Pueblo and Dorothy (Richard) Cerretti of Hannibal, Mo., sisters, Hazel Dunlap of Nampa, Idaho, Dimple Todhunter of Pueblo and Nellie (Herman) Schwindt of LaCrosse, Kan., grandchildren, David Collins Jr., Tracy Bernice Collins, Susan (Andrew) Rodhouse, John Cerretti and Jennifer Cerretti, great-grandchild, Nivek Kelly, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Born to William and Jessie Collins on Sept. 5, 1902, in Welda, Kan. Uly was a section engineer at CF&I from 1924 until his retirement in 1967. Member of Westminster Presbyterian Church and lifetime member of the Pueblo Engineering Society. At his request, there will be a private family graveside service at Roselawn Cemetery.

Collins, Vernie W.
Vernie W. Collins - Pueblo Chieftain - January 28, 2006 - Vernie W. Collins, 86. Vernie was preceded in death by her husband, Richard S. Collins in 1974; her parents, Charles Levi Walker and Clemmie T. Walker; three brothers, Earl Walker, Cecil Walker and Forest Walker; and one sister, Elizabeth Smith. She is survived by four nephews, Eugene Walker of Weskan, Kan., Dennis Walker of Romoland, Calif., Roger Walker of Nuevo, Calif., and Larry Smith of Ulysses, Kan.; two nieces, Paula K. Williams of Ulysses, Kan., and Sandy Kennedy of Great Bend, Kan.; also survived by several great-nieces, great-nephews and great-great-nieces and -nephews. Funeral service, 1:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 30, 2006, Wesley United Methodist Church. Interment will follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens.

Collinto, Nettie
Mrs. Nettie Collinto - Pueblo Chieftain - September 10, 1919 - Mrs. Nettie Collinto. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the home 1107 Pine Street and 2:30 from the Bethlehem Baptist church. Rev. G. W. Henry conducted the services. The Lilly of the West No. 230 had charge of the services at the grave. The pail bearers and flower bearers were Kate Reddicks, Chancey Holmes, Prentis Foxworth, Nancy Williams, Lula Callaway and Anna Franklin and Minnie Tallie. Interment in Roselawn in charge of McCarthy's.

Collyanni, Fanny
Fanny Collyanni – Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – November 22, 1877 – South Pueblo Items – From a private letter from our friend Harry Seward, Los Angeles, California, we learn of the sad death of Miss Fanny Collyanni, known to many of our citizens as the guest of Miss Ellen Seward, some two years ago. She was married on the 25th of September and died on the 13th of October. She was a most estimable young lady, and her untimely death from consumption will be deeply felt by her numerous friends.

Colnar, Frances
Frances Sporcic Colnar - Huerfano World - February 8, 1990 - Frances Sporcic Colnar, a Walsenburg resident for 46 years, died of an apparent heart attack in a foster home in Tigard, OR, Jan. 27, 1990. She was 92. Born Sept. 20, 1897, in Velike Drage, Croatia, Yugoslavia, she married George Kvaternick in 1919. She immigrated to America in 1932 to join her husband and settled in Walsenburg. Following her husband's death in 1942 she married Charles Colnar in 1946. Mr. Colnar died in 1976 and Mrs. Colnar moved to Oregon in 1978 to live near her son. Mrs. Colnar, who was a long time member of St. Mary Church, became a member of St. Anthony Catholic church in Tigard. She was a member of the Croatian Fraternal Union, receiving her 50 year membership pin in 1984. She is survived by her son, George Kvaternick, of Tigard, OR; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mass of Christian Burial was Jan., 30 from St. Anthony Catholic Church. Burial was at St. Anthony Catholic Cemetery in Tigard.

Colnar, Frank G.
Frank G. Colnar - Huerfano World - October 14, 1999 - Frank G. Colnar of Littleton, retired financial planner, died September 21, 1999 after a long battle with cancer. He was 82 years of age. A mass was said at Saint Francis Cabrini Church on September 27. A private graveside service was held in the Golden City cemetery. Born September 30, 1916 in Pueblo to immigrant parents from Yugoslavia, Frank and Mary Sporcic Colnar, his father was a coal miner and he grew up in Walsen Camp. He spoke no English until he started school at Walsen Elementary. Mr. Colnar graduated from Huerfano County High School in 1934 and from Barnes School of Commerce in April, 1938. He worked as milk deliveryman for Walsenburg Creamery, a bookkeeper-salesman for Bain's Department Store and a bookkeeper-salesman for the Unique Shop. He married his lifetime partner, Jean Morris, November 19, 1941. They moved to Illinois so he could take a job as an accountant for Quincy Barge Builders, then to Ohio to work as a senior accountant and auditor for Firestone Tire and Rubber Company. In 1946, the couple moved back to Denver. He began working at Continental Airlines as an accountant and left Continental as an assistant vice president in 1968 to assume his new position as Executive Vice President for Wells, Rich, Greene, Inc., in New York City. He retired to Franktown in 1979. Survivors include his wife, Jean, Littleton, a daughter, Sharon Jones, La Mesa, CA; a son, Gary Colnar, Pueblo; one brother, Tony Colnar, Denver; two sisters, Mary Brothers, Pueblo and Ann Kurtz, Newbury Park, CA; two grandsons, a granddaughter and two great-grandchildren.

Colnar, Jean Morris
Jean Morris Colnar - Huerfano World - December 16, 1999 - Jean Morris Colnar, 78, of Littleton and widow of Frank G. Colnar, died Nov. 20, 1999. A memorial service was celebrated at Horan and McConaty Chapel on Nov. 30. A private graveside service was held in the Golden City Cemetery. Born May 10, 1921 in Golden to the late Leroy and Margaret Pierce Morris, she was the fifth of six children. Due to her father's poor health, he left his painting business and moved the family to a ranch outside of Walsenburg in 1922. In order to keep the family together, Jean and her younger brother, Don, spent their early school years in the homes of family and friends and then moved with their mother to Walsenburg about 1932. Mrs. Colnar played on the Huerfano County high school basketball team, traveling the state and winning a Good Sportsmanship medal. She also played in the high school accordion band and played for dances at the Pavilion on West Seventh Street. She graduated from Huerfano County High School and worked at Mondo's and Shosky's, among other jobs. After graduating from Beauty College, she married Frank Colnar, who she met in a barbershop on Nov. 19, 1941. They made many moves around the Denver area and to California, New York and New Jersey, following his career path. She sold real estate for several years and used the skills to buy and remodel homes as they moved. While in Denver she was a Girl Scout leader and volunteered with the Community Chest. Mrs. Colnar was dedicated to her husband, especially during his battle with cancer. After 58 years together and in poor health, she died soon after her husband. Survivors include a daughter, Sharon Jones, La Mesa, CA; a son, Gary Colnar, Pueblo; a brother, William P. Morris, Lakewood; a sister, Ellen Elkington, Alta Loma, CA; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Colner, Emilia
Emilia Colner - Pueblo Chieftain - July 19, 1920 - The funeral of Emilia Colner will take place this afternoon at 1 o'clock from the residence 725 Elm street and from St. Mary's church at 1:30. Interment Roselawn in charge of the McCarthy Undertaking Company.

Colosimo, Frank G.
Frank G. Colosimo - Pueblo Chieftain - May 10, 2002 - Frank G. Colosimo, 84, longtime La Junta resident and resident of IHS of Pueblo since 1995, died May 7, 2002. Vigil, 6 p.m. Sunday. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Monday. Both services at Our Lady of Guadalupe/St. Patrick Parish. Interment in Calvary Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Parish or to the Alzheimer's Association.

Colson, C. C. (Mrs.)
Mrs. C. C. Colson – Telluride Daily Journal – June 21, 1897 – Prominent Woman Dead – Trinidad, June 21. – Mrs. C. C. Colson, prominent in state womans' clubs and charities, died here this morning.

Colt, Jack
Jack Colt - Bayfield Blade - July 14, 1910 - Jack Colt, known as "Red Irwin," an attachι of the Sells-Floto circus, was killed by a train at Pueblo Wednesday, his body being cut in two.

Coltrin, Grace M.
Grace M. Coltrin - Pueblo Chieftain - February 02, 2003 - Grace M. Coltrin, 98 of Fowler died Jan. 30, 2003. Survived by daughters, Grace Mae (Harold) Eddy, Betty Lou (Gerald) Jensen, all of Fowler and Esther Lee (Eugene) McDonell of Leoti, Kan.; 12 grandchildren; and 34 great-grandchildren; and other relatives. Services, 2 p.m. Monday, Feb. 3, 2003, First Baptist Church in Fowler.

Columbo, Sam
Sam Columbo - Basalt Journal - May 25, 1907 - Sam Columbo, a miner at Berwind, ten miles north of Trinidad, was electrocuted. He was gong off shift. Carrying a can of hit water on his head, when the can touched an overhead trolley wire of the mine tramway, and the powerful current killed him. The coroner decided that the death was the result of the miner's own carelessness. Columbo was twenty-two years old and single.

Colvin, Charles C.
Charles C. Colvin - Pueblo Chieftain - November 19, 1957 - Charles C. Colvin, Monday, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Howard D. Anderson, 516 Cleveland; father of Leonard R. Colvin, Pueblo; Mrs. Fredrick A. Rowden, La Junta; Joseph H. Colvin, Torrance, Calif., and Mrs. Anderson. Grandfather of six and great-grandfather of seven. Member of the First Presbyterian Church and resident of Pueblo for the past 55 years. His wife, Lida Taylor Colvin died in 1955. Mr. Colvin owned the Colvin Transfer Co. for more than 35 years, retiring 23 years ago. Services 2 p.m. Thursday, Davis Mortuary Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. Harry G. Griffiths officiating. To Mountain View.

Colvin, Charlotte Ann
Charlotte Ann Colvin - Pueblo Chieftain - October 27, 2005 - Charlotte Ann Colvin, 73, passed away Oct. 24, 2005. Survived by her children, Pam Courtney of Pueblo, Scott (Joy) Courtney of Nampa, Idaho, Rheann (Bill) Shine of Strasberg, Colo., Paula (David) Hornstein of Rifle, Colo.; special daughter, Sue Coulson of Colorado Springs; sisters, Mair Vredenburg of Portland, Ore., and Margaret Sisk of Littleton, Colo.; brother-in-law, Jim Colvin of Pueblo; sister-in-law, Elaine (Sam) Nicola of Colorado Springs; numerous nieces and nephews, including Judy and Lee Corder; and special friends. Preceded in death by her beloved husband, Lee Colvin; parents, Charles and Lettice Green; and sisters, Doris, Tish and Wilma. Charlotte was a member of the Centennial Reunion Committee of 1950. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28, 2005, Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with the Rev. Dr. Rick Calhoun officiating. Private committal, Mountain View Cemetery Scattering Garden. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made the Sangre de Cristo Hospice through the funeral home. In the end, it is not the years in your life that count, it is the life in your years.

Colvin, Helen Frances
Helen Frances Cross Colvin - Huerfano World - January 8, 2004 - Helen Frances Cross Colvin, 90, born May 23, 1923 in Greensburg, KS, passed away Jan. 7, 2004 in Trinidad. She was the widow of Richard 0. Colvin and had lived in Cuchara since 1970. She was a member of several clubs in Cuchara and La Veta and an avid bridge player. She is survived by two daughters, Sara (Dennis) Murphy, Olpe, KS, and Nancy (Bruce) Christofferson, La Veta; one sister, Jo Cross, Trinidad; five grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and several cousins. Services will be Monday, Jan. 12, at 10 a.m. in La Veta Methodist Church. Burial in La Veta Cemetery. Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home – January 8, 2004 - Helen Frances Colvin, age 90, passed away on January 7, 2004. She was born on May 23, 1913 in Greensburg, Kiowa County, Kansas to Daniel Franklin and Hazel Ellen Crandall Cross. She graduated from Emporia High School, Emporia, Kansas in 1929, attended Kansas City, Kansas Junior College and Horner Conservatory of Music and graduated from Kansas State Teachers College in 1934 earning a BA. She was married on October 27, 1934 to Richard O. (Dick) Colvin in Kansas City, Kansas at Central Christian Church. Her father, Reverend D. F. Cross, officiated at the wedding. Helen lived in Cuchara and La Veta. And later in Trinidad at Corazon Square. She was a member of the United Methodist Church, La Veta, Colorado. Her Other memberships since moving to Cuchara in 1981 included: Cuchara Chapel Board, Cuchara Hermosa, Cuchara Association (officer), AAUW, La Veta Garden Club and numerous bridge clubs. She enjoyed music, reading and libraries, sewing, travel, family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, and husband, Dick, who died December 12, 1981. She is survived by her children – Sara Jo (Dennis) Murphy, Olpe, Kansas and Nancy (Bruce) Christofferson, La Veta, Colorado; grandchildren – Thomas (Cheryl) Murphy, Hershey, Nebraska, JoEllen Murphy, Pueblo, Colorado, and Andrew (Lorene) Murphy, Evans, Colorado; step-grandchildren are Wendy (Eric) Christofferson-Kenney, Highlands Ranch, Colorado and Monica Christofferson, Albuquerque, New Mexico; great grandchildren – Cassandra and Bayliegh Murphy, Hershey, Nebraska and Jacob, McKayla and Mya Murphy, Evans, Colorado Helen is also survived by her sister, Jo Cross of Corazon Square, Trinidad. A funeral service will be held on Monday, January 12 at 10 a.m. at the La Veta United Methodist Church (420 S. Main, La Veta, CO). Rev. Rhea Barningham will be officiating. Interment will follow at the La Veta Cemetery. The family requests memorials be made to the Cuchara Chapel. The family of Helen Frances Colvin has entrusted arrangements to the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home.

Colvin, J. D.
J. D. Colvin - Huerfano World - November 21, 2002 - This Week in La Veta History - 1882: Died, J.D. Colvin, a resident of La Veta for six years and postmaster for the past three. Rocky Mountain News - November 25, 1882 - State at Large - Mr. J. D. Colvin, postmaster at La Veta, died suddenly on Sunday. He had for many years been a sufferer with lung disease.

Colwell, Johnnie N.
Johnnie N. Colwell - Pueblo Chieftain - March 19, 2001 - Age 91, passed away March 17, 2001. Survived by his wife, Mabel G. Colwell, Pueblo; stepdaughters, Wyvonna J. (Rev. Gene) Widener, Pueblo West, Colo., Pat Colwell, Carlsbad, Calif.; sisters, Rachael Burrous, Pueblo, Margaret Clowers, Gallatin, Mo.; and numerous nieces and nephews. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

Colwell, Mabel G.
Mabel G. Colwell - Pueblo Chieftain - September 16, 2001 - Mabel G. Colwell, 94, passed away Sept. 14, 2001. Among her survivors are her daughters, Wyvonne (Rev. Gene) Widener, Pueblo West, and Pat Colwell, Carlsbad, Calif.; and sister-in-law, Rachael Burrous, Pueblo. Preceded in death by her husband, Johnnie N. Colwell on March 17, 2001. There will be no service. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

Colyn, Forrest G.
Forrest G. Colyn - Huerfano World - January 12, 1989 - Forrest G. Colyn, 95, formerly of Colorado Springs and Walsenburg, died Saturday, Dec. 31, 1988 in Glendale, AZ. She was a homemaker. Graveside service was Jan. 4 in Resthaven Park Cemetery, Glendale, AZ.

Colyn, Toni G.
Toni G. Colyn - World Independent - August 9, 1946 - Toni G. Colyn, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Colyn Jr., of Turkey Ridge, died last night. Surviving besides the parents are the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Corsentino and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Colyn Sr. Services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at he Unfug – Peet mortuary, with the Rev. J.H. Gerault officiating. Interment will be in the Masonic cemetery under the direction of the Unfug – Peet mortuary.



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