Huerfano County, Pueblo County, and Las Animas County, Colorado.
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Andrew Dusnak - Huerfano World - November 23, 1989 - This Week in La Veta History - 1918: Died, Mike Pene, Jane Roberts Wilkinson, Anna Lane and Andrew Dusnak.
Dussart, Helen Irene
Helen Irene (Moschetti) Dussart - Pueblo Chieftain - January 15, 1987 - Helen Irene (Moschetti) Dussart of 36386 Highway 96 East passed away Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1987, in Florence. Survived by husband, Louis F. Dussart, Pueblo; a brother and three sisters, Dominic Moschetti, Penrose, Mary R. DiGiacomo and Angle Vento, both of Florence, and Rose Scutti of Pueblo; several nieces and nephews. Rosary recitation, 7 p.m. Thursday; Mass of the Resurrection, 9 a.m. Friday, both at St. Benedict's Church, Florence, with the Revs. Michael Murray and Louis Stovik. Entombment at Shrine of Rest Mausoleum, Colorado Springs.
Dussart, Louis F.
Louis F. Dussart - Pueblo Chieftain - April 26, 1987 - Louis F. Dussart, 81, late of Vineland, passed away April 24, 1987. Survived by son, Ronald (Linda) Dussart, Pueblo; grandchildren, Michael (Stacy), USMC, San Clemente, Calif.; R. Mark, Matt, Dawn, all of Pueblo; one great-grandson, Ronald Joseph Dussart II; a sister, Josephine Sutak, Alamos a; brothers, George, of Walsenburg, and Fred; and numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his wife, Helen, on Jan. 13, 1987. Member of St. Therese in Vineland, Elks Lodge No. 0611, Florence and United Mine Workers. Rosary, 7 p.m. Monday, April 27, 1987. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 28, 1987. Both services at St. Therese in Vineland with the Rev. Louis C. Stovik officiating. Entombment, Shrine of Rest Mausoleum, Colorado Springs. The body will lie in state from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. The family may be contacted at 1261 Lane 20 1 2.
Dussart, Marguerite T.
Marguerite Theresa Dussart - Huerfano World - March 1, 1990 - Marguerite Theresa Dussart, 70, of Walsenburg, died in Pueblo Feb. 22, 1990, after a brief illness. Born Apr. 30, 1919, in Pictou, the daughter of Joseph and Anna Simons, she married George Dussart in Denver Dec. 30, 1939. For a short period in the 1940's she worked for Sporleder Selling Co. She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary, Post #16, serving as president from 1979 to 1989, the Tabernacle Society and St. Mary Church. Survivors include her husband of 50 years, George, Walsenburg; two sons George Dussart, Westminster and Richard Dussart, Greeley; two grandchildren, an aunt and cousins. Mass of Christian Burial was Monday from St. Mary Church. Burial was in North St. Mary Cemetery. J.M. Antle Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Dusterdick, Ronald William
Ronald William Dusterdick - Pueblo Chieftain - June 14, 2005 - Ronald William Dusterdick, born Oct. 13, 1949 in Ogallala, Neb. passed away on June 5, 2005 in the Gunnison Valley Hospital, Gunnison, Colo. Ron resided in Rye, Colo. for the past 10 years with his wife Dr. Anna Maria Juan. Ron received his Professional Engineer degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and his Master of Business Administration from the Golden Gate University, San Francisco. Affiliations: Boy Scouts of American, Eagle Scout; the Fraternity of Alpha Kappa Lambda (AKA), UC Boulder chapter; and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc., Chairman, San Francisco. Ron is survived by his wife, Dr. Anna Maria Juan; parents, William and Lorraine Dusterdick; brother Mark Dusterdick and his family, wife Kelly and daughter Michelle; sister, Christine Grubb and her family, husband Ed and children, Adam and Jennifer; and his son Steve Dusterdick. A memorial will be held in Ron's honor on Sunday, July 10, 2005 at 1:00 p.m. at the Colorado City Metropolitan District's Community Center, 4705 Santa Fe Drive, Colorado City, Colo. Family and friends welcome. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Diabetes Association.
Delacy Dutch - Wray Rattler - January 11, 1917 - Three Injured in Auto Crash - Delacy Dutch of Pueblo is lying at the point of death at Bethel hospital, as the result of an automobile accident, one mile south of Colorado Springs, in which his machine failed to make a turn and crashed into a telegraph pole. With Dutch in the car was Miss Helen Martin of Pueblo and R. G. Barger, 22, of this city. Miss Martin suffered the breaking of both legs and Barger has a broken kneecap and a fracture of the left leg.
Duthie, Richard G.
Richard G. Duthie - Huerfano World - April 29, 1999 - Richard G. Duthie, 69, of Walsenburg, formerly of Littleton, died April 22, 1999 in the Colorado State Veterans Nursing Home where he had been a resident since 1995. Born December 18, 1929 in Cheyenne, WY, to Robert and Helen Webb Duthie, he served in the US Air Force during the Korean War. He is survived by three children, Laurie D. Travis, Margery D. Olde and Daniel J. Duthie; two brothers, Alastair and Robert Duthie; three grandchildren, nephews and nieces.
Muriel Dutschke - Bryan-College Station Eagle - May 18, 2004 - Muriel Dutschke, May 3, 1941 — May 7, 2004 - Services for Muriel Dutschke, 63, of Iola are set for noon Monday at Hillier Funeral Home in Bryan. The Rev. Philip McLarty will officiate. Burial will be in Martins Prairie Cemetery. Visitation will be from 10 a.m. to the time of services Monday at the funeral home. Mrs. Dutschke died Friday in College Station Medical Center. She was born in Trinidad, Colo., and lived in Iola for 30 years. She was a homemaker and a member of First Presbyterian Church. Survivors include her husband, Lennis Dutschke of Iola; three sons, Phillip H. Balanga of Iola, Charles D. Balanga of Kurten and William L. Balanga of Denver; two daughters, Shelia C. Balanga Brewer of Iola and Lynne M. Floyd of Bryan; her mother, Barbara S. Moon of Denver; 20 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the Christian Children's Fund, Attn: Honor Someone You Love, 2821 Emerywood Parkway, Richmond, Va. 23294.
Dutton, J. F.
J. F. Dutton - Wray Gazette - November 24, 1905 - Five More Bodies found Pueblo - Aug 15 —Three more bodies of victims of the Eden disaster were recovered by the searching parties Saturday and two on Sunday, and all were identified soon after being taken to the morgue. With the identification of Mrs. Belle Stoffey the list of identified dead now numbers eighty-four. Those found to-day are: Miss Vinnie Selby, Pueblo; J. F. Dutton, Pittsfield, Illinois; A. S. Dennis, Denver; T. W. O'Bannon
Dutton, Margaret Lucille
Margaret (Meg) Lucille Dutton - Pueblo Chieftain - September 24, 2002 - Margaret (Meg) Lucille Dutton, died on Sept. 21, 2002 after a long battle with cancer. Meg was born on Sept. 11, 1933 at the family home in Monte Vista to Walter Wesley and Amy Marie Stephens. Meg was a retired professional secretary. She worked at several different occupations during her career including photo retouching, floral design, and as office manager for several doctors in Pueblo. Meg was an exceptional artist who enjoyed painting beautiful pictures for her family and friends as well as selling several pieces of her work. Meg was a member of the Pueblo Art Guild and won numerous awards for her paintings. Survivors include her husband Raymond Dutton of the home, daughter Carol (Dave) Lee of Tenn., son Robert (Kathy) Cowan of Calif., stepson Richard (Jolene) Dutton of Monte Vista, stepdaughter Ann Carr of La Junta. She is also survived by grandchildren, Christopher Lee, Zachary Lee, Erin Cowan, Bill Dutton, Bob Dutton, Jennifer Carr and great-grandchild Jessica Dutton. Margaret is also survived by her sisters Charlotte Sheeley, Evelyn Boydstun, and brothers Richard Stephens, and John Stephens. Meg was preceded in death by her parents and one sister Jeanette Short. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday at 11am at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Monte Vista. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that you make contributions to Sangre de Cristo Hospice in Pueblo through the (Dave) Lee of Tenn., son Robert (Kathy) Cowan of Calif., stepson Richard (Jolene) Dutton of Monte Vista, stepdaughter Ann Carr of La Junta. She is also survived by grandchildren, Christopher Lee, Zachary Lee, Erin Cowan, Bill Dutton, Bob Dutton, Jennifer Carr and great-grandchild Jessica Dutton. Margaret is also survived by her sisters Charlotte Sheeley, Evelyn Boydstun, and brothers Richard Stephens, and John Stephens. Meg was preceded in death by her parents and one sister Jeanette Short. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday at 11am at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Monte Vista. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that you make contributions to Sangre de Cristo Hospice in Pueblo through the funeral home office.
Dutton, Walter H.
Walter H. Dutton - Pueblo Chieftain - March 3, 1930 - The remains of the late Walter H. Dutton are in care of Hill & Staley mortuary. Funeral announcement later.
Duval, Grace V.
Grace V. Duval – Pueblo Chieftain – January 20, 1937 – Duval, Grace V., 61 years, died Jan. 19, at local hospital. Sister of Mrs. Daisy Eggert of Great Falls, Mont. Announcements later.
DuVall, Clara M.
Clara M. DuVall - Albuquerque Journal – January 14, 2004 - Clara M. DuVall, 82, a former resident of Corrales, passed away on Monday, January 12, 2004 in Rio Rancho. Clara was born October 24, 1921 the daughter of Vicente Lovato and Annie Wolford Montano in Pueblo, Colorado. She came to New Mexico from Sacramento, California. She had been a member of the St. Bernadette Alter Rosary Society. Clara was preceded in death by her husband, Harry A. DuVall in 1982. She is survived by two children, Robert Tixier of Rio Linda, CA, and Thomas Tixier of Sacramento, CA; five sisters, Helen Martinez, Stella Montano, Margaret Garcia, Delores Baros, and Ester Montoya; four brothers, Gilbert Montano, Lawrence Montano, Vicente Montano, Jr., and Alex Montano; and four grandchildren. A Private Graveside Service will be held at St. Mary's Cemetery in Sacramento, CA. Arrangements by Vista Verde Mortuary Rio Rancho, New Mexico 892-9920
Duvall, John R.
John R. Duvall - Pueblo Chieftain - June 26, 2005 - John R. Duvall, 83, of Pueblo, born on July 16, 1921, in Boulder, Colo., passed away on June 22, 2005. John is preceded in death by his loving wife, Bernadette T. DuVall; granddaughter, Crystal B. McDowell; and nephew, Gary Hunyada. Survived by his children, Mikal (Len) Keating, Clint (Nancy), John (Nancy), Jim (Jill), Sam, Leonilla and Matthew (Linda) DuVall; 30 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren; sister-in-law, Elizabeth Hunyada; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. John was a decorated veteran and served in the Army and National Guard during World War II. Retired from the Federal Aviation Agency after 20 years of service. He will be genuinely missed and loved by those who truly knew him. Rosary will be held, 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 28, 2005, in the Roselawn Funeral Home Chapel. Memorial Mass, 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 29, 2005, at St. Therese Catholic Church. Special Service by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.
DuVall, Robert L.
Robert L. DuVall - Pueblo Chieftain - February 23, 2003 - Robert L. DuVall, 77, passed away Feb. 21, 2003. Survived by his wife, Lois DuVall of the family home; children, Michael (Carol) Collins of Colorado Springs, Mark (Susan) DuVall and Holly (Gerald) Kitt, both of Pensacola, Fla., Dawn (Sam) Rowley of Colorado Springs, and Heather Thompson of Pueblo; sisters, Evelyn Merrill of Montrose, Colo. and Lois La Croix of Long Beach, Calif.; brother, B.E. (Josephine) DuVall of Fort Morgan, Colo.; numerous grandchildren; and great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by his parents, Carlton and Myrtle DuVall; three brothers and three sisters. Bob was born July 21, 1925, in Kit Carson, Colo., and was a longtime Pueblo resident. He retired as a clerk for the Santa Fe Railroad after which he worked at the Midtown Lounge and Roc Café. Bob served in the U.S. Navy during WWII in the South Pacific. Member of First Congregational UCC; American Legion and the West Park Volunteer Fire Department. “Old Bob” was loved and will be missed by his family. There will be no viewing. Funeral service will be held 10 a.m. Wednesday at the First Congregational United Church of Christ, 228 W. Evans, with the Rev. Jonathan Winans officiating. Interment and Military Honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team will follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Memorials may be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice through the funeral home.
Effie Duzenack - Pueblo Chieftain - December 7, 1987 - Effie Duzenack of Northglenn, Dec. 5, 1987. Mother of Lillian (John) Robinson, Monroe, Va., Alma (Harry) Hudran, Pueblo, Mary Jane (Roland) Lase, Northglenn, Mable Sanders, Littleton, Paul (Betty) Duzenack, Craig, and Loretta (Bob) Kochis, Colorado Springs. Also survived by 20 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren, one great-great-granddaughter and numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by husband, George M. Duzenack; a son, Lawrence; a daughter-in-law, Virginia, and grandson, Robert. Services, St. Mary Church: Rosary, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Thursday. Interment, North St. Mary Cemetery. In lieu pf flowers, family suggests masses or donations to St. Mary Church. Mrs. Duzenack will lie in state Wednesday afternoon at Boies Almont Chapel until time of rosary.
Duzenack, George G.
George G. Duzenack - La Veta Signature - July 21, 1983 - George G. Duzenack, 80, of La Veta, died Tuesday July 12, at St. Mary Corwin Hospital after an illness of about a month. Mr. Duzenack was born at Rouse on January 26, 1903. He was reared in the coal camp and on the family homestead on Bear Creek where he lived until 1913 when the family moved to a ranch and farm on the Huajatolla. He married Lillian Marie Brgoch on January 19, 1936 and they lived on the ranch and farm until 1959 when they moved into town at the time Mr. Duzenack retired. Mr. Duzenack was a member of Christ the King Church of La Veta. He is survived by his wife, Lillian Marie, of La Veta, three daughters, Henrietta "Paps" Frank, Georgina "Jean" Drury, and Adelyn "Tootie" Millsap, all of Pueblo, and Gladys "Babe" Disert, San Lorenzo, New Mexico, a sister, Susie Youhouse, Pueblo, seven grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews. Preceding him in death are his parents, Steve and Susie Duzenack, three brothers, Steve, Andrew, and John Duzenack, two sisters, Anna Zubal and Mary Glinsky. Wake services were held Thursday, July 14, at Christ the King Church. Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at 10:00 a.m., Friday, July 15 at Christ the King Church. Interment was in the La Veta Cemetery. Family requested omission of flowers in lieu of contributions to the American Cancer Society. Boies Almont was in charge of the arrangements.
Duzenack, George M.
George M. Duzenack - Pueblo Chieftain - January 13, 1977 - George M. Duzenack, 82, 220 Russell, Walsenburg, died suddenly at his home Saturday evening, January 8, 1977. He was taken to Huerfano Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead from an apparent myocardial infarct. Mr. Duzenack was a native of Walsenburg, born January 2, 1895. He was reared at the mining camps of Pryor and Rouse and went to work in the coal mines at the age of 12. He worked for 25 years in the mines and served overseas in the Army during World War I returning to Huerfano County to continue working in the mines. He was married to Elizabeth Effie Cook June 16, 1920. They lived in the La Veta area and Mr. Duzenack worked at Oak View Mine until he retired. Mr. Duzenack then operated the family ranch in Huajatolla Canyon, southeast of La Veta. In 1964, he sold the ranch and moved to Walsenburg to the Kansas Avenue address. Mr. Duzenack was a member of St. Mary Church. Survivors include his wife, Elizabeth Effie Duzenack, Walsenburg; five daughters, Mrs. Lillian Robinson, Monroe, Va., Mrs. Alma Hudran, Pueblo; Mrs. Mary Jane Lase, Northglenn; Mrs. Mabel Sanders, and Mrs. Loretta Kochis, Widefield; a son Paul Duzenack, Maybell; 19 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Wake services were held at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, January 11, at St Mary Church. Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at 10 a.m., Wednesday, at St. Mary Church. Burial was in North St. Mary Cemetery. Boies Almont was in charge of arrangements.
Duzenack, Lillian M.
Lillian M. Duzenack - Huerfano World - March 31, 1994 - Lillian M. Duzenack, 81, of La Veta, died Saturday, Mar. 26, 1994 in Life Care Center in Pueblo where she had been in residence for a little over a week. Mrs. Duzenack had been in failing health for the past four years and spent part of these years with her daughter, Henrietta Frank in Pueblo. Born Dec. 19, 1912 in Delauga, a coal camp in Las Animas County, she was reared in Walsenburg where she graduated from high school. She later attended a business school and worked as a secretary to a Walsenburg attorney until her marriage to George G. Duzenack, Jan. 19, 1936. The couple then moved to the family ranch and lived there until 1959 when Mr. Duzenack retired at which time they moved to La Veta. Mrs. Duzenack was a member of Christ the King Church in La Veta and belonged to the SNPJ Lodge. Gardening, cooking, and crocheting were her interests. Survivors include four daughters, Henrietta Frank, Georgina Drury and Adelyn Millsap, all of Pueblo, Gladys Disert, San Lorenzo, NM; seven grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Funeral service was from Christ the King Catholic Church in La Veta. Burial was in La Veta Cemetery.
Duzenack, Mike H.
Mike H. Duzenack - Walsenburg World – August 19, 1921 – Page 1 - American Legion to Bury Bodies of Heroes Brought Home to Rest - Bodies of two of Huerfano county's boys who gave the supreme sacrifice in the service of their country arrived in the city Thursday evening. The train was met by the local Post of the America Legion and the bodies taken to Furphy's undertaking parlors, from where they were taken to their homes. The bodies were shipped from Jersey City on the 14th at 12:40 a.m. where they landed from France. Both boys were killed in action. John Jenkins was a _______ Company H, 109th Infantry, and was killed in action Oct. 8, 1918, during the Argonne-Meuse Offensive. Mike H. Duzenack was a member of Company C, Eighth Machine Gun Battalion, Third Division, and was killed in action during the Argonne-Meuse Offensive. The bodies are in charge of Huerfano Post No.16, American Legion, and at a meeting Wednesday night final arrangements were made for burial. Every ex-service man in the county is asked to step into line and pay his last respects to those who gave the supreme sacrifice. It is with sympathy and pride that the local Post asks the citizens of the county to turn out and pay their respects to their hero dead. The bodies will lay in state at the Court House from 10:00 o'clock Sunday morning. The funerals will be held separately in the afternoon because of their church conference at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon. The funeral for Mike Duzenack will be held at 1:30 p.m. from the porch of the court house, from where the body will be escorted to the Catholic church for funeral services there, after which burial will be made to the Catholic Cemetery by the American Legion. The funeral of John Jenkins will be from the porch of the Court House at 3:30 p.m. from where the body will be escorted to the Methodist church for services & after church services burial will be made in the Masonic Cemetery by the American Legion.
Steve Duzenack - Huerfano World - August 22, 1991 - This Week in Walsenburg History - 1921: War heroes John Jenkins and Steve Duzenack were laid to rest Sunday after their remains were returned from Europe.
Suzie Duzenack - Huerfano World - July 1, 1950 - Last Rites Conducted for Gold Star Mother - Walsenburg - Suzie Duzenack, for 57 years a resident of Huerfano County, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Glinsky, 813 W. 6th. She was born in Kijov, Austria on August 2, 1862 but had been in the United States 62 years. She formerly lived in La Veta but for the past eight years had made her home with her daughter. Mrs. Duzenack laid claim to being the only remaining Gold Star Mother of World War I left in the county, having lost her son Mike, in that war. She is survived by four sons, Steve, Andrew, and George, all of La Veta, and John of Walsenburg; three daughters, Mrs. Mary Glinsky and Mrs. John Zubal, both of Walsenburg and Mrs. Andrew Youhouse of Delcarbon; two nieces in Stratford, Conn.; 27 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Rosary services will be held at 7:30 tomorrow night at the home of Mrs. Glinsky. The funeral procession will leave there at 9:30 Saturday morning and the St. Mary Church at 10. Interment will be in the St. Mary Cemetery by the Furphy Mortuary.
Thomas Duzenack - Denver Rocky Mountain News - April 19, 1999 - Thomas Duzenack, 63, of Lakewood died April 3. Services were April 8, with entombment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mr. Duzenack was born in Walsenburg on June 2, 1935. He married Patricia A. Otis, 1958. He worked for Geddes Wholesale Lumber, Hartmuller Lumber and Front Range Lumber. He was a member of Knights of Columbus Council No. 4844, Lakewood Elks and Clock and Watchmaker Society. Survivors include his wife; son Kirk of Denver; daughter Anne M. Hribar of Arizona; brother Albert of Washington; sisters Verna of Walsenburg, Elizabeth Tomsic of Denver; a grandson.
Duzenack, Thomas G.
Thomas G. Duzenack - Denver Post - November 22, 1996 - Thomas G. Duzenack, U.S. Mint employee, 76 - Thomas G. Duzenack, a Denver resident, died Saturday in Walsenburg. He was 76. A service was Wednesday at Fort Logan National Cemetery. He was born March 5, 1920, in Walsenburg. Duzenack was employed at the U.S. Mint. He was a member of Disabled American Veterans and Veterans of Foreign Wars. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and gardening. He is survived by his wife, Irene; a son, Richard, Longmont; a sister, Katherine Stephenson, Boulder; and brother, Michael, Westminster. Contributions may be made to the Hospice of St. John, 1320 Everett Court, Lakewood 80215.
Frankie Dvorsky – Greenhorn Valley News – September 27, 2002 – Courageous Frankie Passes Away Sunday – The brave son of Billie Jo and Dave Dvorsky (formerly of Rye) died Sunday due to illness, but most likely walked into heaven to a large applause for a courageous battle fought. The eleven year-old, stricken with leukemia just four years ago, was well publicized in local news for his loving attitude and active lifestyle. Once in remission, then rediagnosed with the illness just last year, Frankie touched the hearts of many Pueblo and Greenhorn Valley residents. In March, they rallied in his support to earn much needed funds for various expenses while he was awaiting a bone morrow transplant. Although he fell too ill for the procedure, family members said one could never tell he was a sick little boy. The day before he passed, Frankie had a high fever, then recovered for the rest of the day to enjoy his brother's first birthday party. That was typical of Frankie's thoughtful nature. Frankie's services were held Wednesday, Sept. 26. He is survived by his parents; sister Alexis; and brothers Daucin and Justin; grandfather Raymond Cordova; grandmother Nancy Dvorsky; and special friend Hunter Golab.
Jack Dwier - Pueblo Chieftain - May 19, 2001 - Jack Dwier, 68, passed away May 17, 2001. Preceded by his parents, Tom and Clara Dwier, one sister and nine brothers. Survived by his loving wife of 45 years, Helen Dwier; children, Jeff Dwier, Dennis Dwier and Kathy Martinez. Also survived by grandchildren, Kendra Martinez, Shawn Martinez and Tabitha Dwier; great-grandchild, Elijah Martinez; brother, Carl Dwier; sisters, Dorothy Rhodes and Clara Bell "Dukie" Dwier; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. In 1961, Jack was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army. He is best remembered as working in the material handling department of CF&I Steel for 26 years until his retirement. Jack was a loyal member of the Eagles Lodge No. 145 and the Steelworkers Union No. 2102. As a loving father, he hoped for his children to surpass his efforts and learn from his hard work. He was a role model to his children, his wife's soul mate and his grandchildren's hero. He will be sadly missed by all of those who knew and loved him. Memorial service, noon Monday, at the Pueblo Christian Center, 1605 S. Pueblo Blvd.
Dwight, Margaret Frances
Margaret Frances “Meg” Dwight - Pueblo Chieftain - November 04, 2003 - Margaret Frances “Meg” Dwight 68, Oct. 31. Born in Trinidad, Colo. Feb. 8, 1935. To Leland S. and Alice Power. Predeceased by parents, brothers, Walter, Tom, sister, Edna and first husband Bob Short. Survived by husband George L. Dwight of the family home whom she married Nov. 18, 1974 at Ely, Nev. Son Chad, Calif.; daughter Kathy, Denver; brothers, Howard, Ft. Worth, Fred (Pat) Calif., many friends and relatives. Graduated Trinidad High 1954. Meg courageously accepted her second round of cancer as Gods will. She was dearly loved by all, human and animal alike. At her request, cremation no services. Please omit all donations
Dwyer, Jimmie J.
Jimmie J. Dwyer - Pueblo Chieftain - April 17, 2005 - Jimmie J. Dwyer, 68, born Jan. 29, 1937, passed away April 15, 2005. Survived by his wife, Rosemary Dwyer; children, Windy Priebsch and Shawn (Michelle) Dwyer; and grandchildren, Natasha and Ashley Priebsch, and Devin, Dallas and Kaylee Dwyer. Also survived by brother, Larry (Bev) Dwyer; sister, Jeanette Caligaris; brother-in-law, John Caligaris; special nephew, Steve Caligaris; special uncle, John Hagerman; numerous nieces, nephews, relatives, friends; and special friend, Derek Spinuzzi. Jimmie loved life and could turn a bad day into a good one. He loved the Broncos and the Rockies, and he treasured his family. At his request, cremation with no services to be held. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the family for his grandchildren's college or future, in care of the funeral home office.
Johanna Dwyer – Carbonate Chronicle – June 18, 1917 – Mrs. Johanna Dwyer – Mrs. Johanna Dwyer, a pioneer resident of Leadville, who was taken to the state insane asylum at Pueblo May 26, died at the asylum this week, probably Wednesday, according to a telegram received by County Judge O'Mahoney from Dr. H. A. La Moure, superintendent of the institution. The date of her death was not given, the message announcing only that she had died and inquiring if she leaves an estate. Mrs. Dwyer was adjudged insane by the lunacy commission of the county court, May 25, after mental derangement which had troubled her for several years became marked. Until then she had been cared for for several months at the county hospital. She leaves property here consisting of several mining claims, two Leadville lots and one dwelling. M. J. Kilkenny was appointed last month as guardian of the estate. Carbonate Chronicle – July 23, 1917 – Johanna Dwyer's Will – The late Johanna Dwyer, long before she became demented it is believed, made out a will disposing of her property here, it developed yesterday when the document, which had been held for safe keeping by August Meister of St. Louis, a relative was received by County Judge O'Mahoney. Mrs. Dwyer who died June 12 last at Pueblo, made the will in May, 1913. Her estate consists of the Pilgrim mining claim and the Little Alice claim, both in Lake county, and lots 408, East Fourteenth street and improvements, lot 22 and south 4 feet of lot 22, block 4, St. Louis Smelting and Refining company's addition to Leadville. This property will be distributed among eight relatives, each being given an eighth interest. The relatives are Alice, Henry, Lulu and William Koechling, John, Eulia, George and August Meister. Henry Koechling of Jefferson county, Mo., was made executor of the will by the pioneer woman. In admitting the will for probate, Judge O'Mahoney appointed Attorney A. B. Crosswhite as attorney for the estate. Mrs. Dwyer was adjudged insane in the county court May 25 last. She died at the state asylum at Pueblo, June 12. According to the will which said she was 64 years old in 1913, she was 68 years old.
Dwyer, Josephine C.
Josephine C. Dwyer - Pueblo Chieftain - November 25, 1986 - Josephine C. Dwyer, late of 232 Broadway, died Sunday, Nov. 23, 1986, having been in failing health for the past five years. Born March 20, 1901, in Orange, Va. Survived by two nieces, Peggy Harmon, Orange, Va.; Jean Carpenter, Montpelier, Vt.; and good friends, Rose Morrow and the Viles Alternate Care Home. Mrs. Dwyer played the piano for the IOOF Lodge No. 8 for 32 years. Preceded in death by husband, Harold F. Dwyer, August 1977; sister, Mrs. Leroy Harmon and stepdaughter, Mrs. Maxey Perry. At her request, no services. Cremation, Davis-Wallin Crematorium.
Rosemary Dwyer - Pueblo Chieftain - September 27, 2005 - Rosemary Dwyer, 67, departed this life to join her husband in eternal life on Sept. 23, 2005. Preceded in death by her husband of 40 years, Jimmie Dwyer. She is survived by her children, Windy Priebsch and Shawn (Michelle) Dwyer; grandchildren, Natasha, Ashley, Devin, Dallas and Kaylee. She also is survived by her sisters, Pauline Patton and Chris Olson. Rosemary loved taking care of and spending time with her family. At her request, cremation with no service.
Dyberg, Julius Abraham
Julius Abraham Dyberg - Pueblo Chieftain - August 15, 1999 - Julius Abraham Dyberg, 78, died Aug. 11, 1999, in Florence, Colo. He is survived by his sister, Elva Dyberg of Florence, and cousins, Doris Ortiz of Thornton, Colo., Kathy Taylor of Deming, N.M., and Charley Corliss of Silver City, N.M. A veteran of World War II, he served in the U.S. Army Air Corps. He was a retired construction worker and was a member of the VFW. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 17, Chapel, and interment at 2p.m. the same day at Fort Lyon Cemetery, Fort Lyon, Colo. Those wishing may make contributions to the VFW Building Fund, 1021 Main St., Canon City, Colo.81212.
Dye, Fredia D.
Fredia D. Dye - Pueblo Chieftain - February 01, 2002 - Age 92, passed away Jan. 31, 2002, in Pueblo West. Among her survivors are her daughter, Joyce (Bob) Zinn; and grandchildren, Dennis Maltbie, Kristie Crespin and Shelly May, all of Pueblo area. Services will be held in Oklahoma.
Loren Dye - Huerfano World - October 21, 1993 - This Week in La Veta History - 1914: Died, Loren Dye, 69, a resident of La Veta since 1878. He was a member of Co. A, 1st Missouri Cavalry and married Eliza Stucker in 1878 in Missouri. His wife and daughter, Mrs. Robert Ownbey, survive.
Dye, Orville L.
Orville L. Dye - Pueblo Chieftain - April 07, 2000 - Orville L. Dye, 92, of Walsenburg, passed away April 5, 2000. Born on March 27, 1908, in Longmont, Colo. Cremation has taken place.
Dyer, E. F.
E. F. Dyer – Pueblo Colorado Daily Chieftain – August 13, 1875 – Lake County – From a letter recently received from Lake county, we make the following extracts: “All quiet now in the upper valley of the Arkansas river, but Brazee's court commences at Granite to-day, and we cannot tell, where we sit, what is hidden in the womb of the future. I am informed that Gov. Routt is determined to push things in Lake county, because we are small and easily handled, no doubt. We are so very little that we are not at all dangerous to handle. There is no need of sending a territorial posse to overawe the people into submission, as one man, having proper authority, can arrest every one of the anti-Gibbs-Dyer party in Lake county, but I very much doubt if they would allow themselves to be bullied, brow-beat, and insulted by barbarian militia from another county or counties. I would not be responsible for the consequences. It is barely possible, but not very probable, that they might be welcomed by bloody hands to hospitable graves. I am positive that we are abundantly able to regulate our own matters, without any outside aid or interference. E. F. Dyer was assassinated by one or two fanatics, no doubt, but not by the whole people of Lake county, and if so, why should the entire people have to bear the blame and be threatened with fire and sword. The people court investigation, and if all are proved to be breakers of the law, let us all be punished; and if only one or two are guilty, punish them, but not the innocent, and, as I said before, the people of Lake county, or enough of them, are loyal to the laws of Colorado, and are ever ready and anxious to assist in enforcing law and order.”
Granger Dyer - Colorado Weekly Chieftain - January 9, 1879 - Mr. Granger Dyer, a brother-in-law of Mr. Charles Goodnight and well known in this section of country, was, we are informed, shot and killed at Fort Elliot, Texas, on the 23d of December. We have not learned the particulars of the sad affair.
Dyer, William E.
William E. Dyer – Pueblo Chieftain - July 7, 2009 - William E. "Bill" Dyer, 82, passed away July 3, 2009, in Pueblo. Bill was born in Atoka, Okla., and was adopted at an early age by Houston and Pearl Dyer. He moved to Colorado in 1952, and married his loving wife, Thelma Horstman Dyer in 1971. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, an aunt, two sisters and a great-granddaughter, Elizabeth Penrod. Bill is survived by Thelma's children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, including Verla and Ron Noakes of Pueblo, Shawna Torri of Pueblo, Brenda and Andrew Kwang of Kremmling, Colo., and Kristi, David, Alison, Sarah and Joshua Penrod of Paducah, Ky. Bill was lovingly known to his grandchildren and great-grandchildren simply as "Gumpy." He retired from the CF&I and was a 64-year member of IOOF. He enjoyed bowling, square dancing and visiting with his CB buddies, who knew him as "Okie Bill." He was a gentle man with a deep, enduring faith and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Viewing, 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 8, 2009; funeral service, 2 p.m. Thursday, July 9, 2009, both at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. Interment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery
Dyess, Lelia Esther
Lelia Esther Dyess - Pueblo Chieftain - March 02, 2005 - Lelia Esther Dyess, 95, passed away at her residence, Pueblo Villa Towers, Feb. 28, 2005. Survived by her nieces, Jackie Mallatt and Pam Garagosa, Sacramento, Calif., Georgia Brown, Elk Grove, Calif., and LaVina Perkins, Mount Carmel, Ill.; and nephews, John and Gordan Kirkland, Mount Carmel, Ill. Also survived by special friends and caregivers for many years, Virginia Daniels Vail and John Giarratano. Preceded in death by her husband, Lynn F. Dyess. Lelia was born Jan. 15, 1910, to George and Cora Sharpe in Keensburg (Wabash County), Ill. Lelia's wit, humor and devoted friendship will be missed by all who knew and loved her. At her request, there will be no viewing or service. Private interment will be at Mountain View Cemetery.
Dyess, Lynn F.
Lynn F. Dyess - Pueblo Chieftain - March 17, 1987 - Lynn F. Dyess passed away Monday, March 16, 1987. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Esther Dyess, of the family home, sister-in-law; Mrs. Cecelia Dyess, Lamesa, Texas; and several nieces and nephews. At his request there will be no viewing or services. Cremation. Those who desire may contribute to a charity of their choice in memory of Mr. Dyess.
Dyke, Richard S.
Richard S. Dyke - Pueblo Chieftain - August 20, 2001 - Age 73, passed away Aug. 18, 2001, following a long and courageous battle with cancer. Born Nov. 23, 1929, in Pueblo, Colo., to Ulrick S. and Florence Dyke. Richard loved to play pool with his friends at the Elks Club and loved spending time in Cripple Creek playing the slot machines with his loving wife Jill, of 21 years. “Rich” was also a true blue Colorado Rockies fan, clear up to his last inning. His father, Ulrick, precedes him in death. He leaves to honor and cherish his memory, mother, Florence Dyke; wife, Jill Dyke; his six children, Patrick (Tammy) Robles, Linda (Keith) Shaffer, Mark (Kim) Robles, Donna (Eric) Mohney, Paul (Barbara) Robles and Kimberly Ann Robles Trujillo (Kirk). Rich also had 10 grandchildren whom he loved dearly, Katie, John, Jacob, Kasey, Justin, Mathew, Sarah, Joshua, Jennifer and Dylan. This loving man came to our family in 1979. With a new family of seven, he took on his new role of both husband and father with a loving hand and a kind heart. We the children of Richard S. Dyke are honored and proud to have known this man and to have been given the privilege of calling him Dad. He will remain forever in our hearts and souls as a one-of-a-kind man who had enough love in his heart to share himself with all of us. Our utmost respect and heartfelt love goes with our dad “Rich” up to the heavens above. Rest in peace dad. We will love and miss you all the rest of our lives. Until we meet again, your loving kids, Patrick, Linda, Mark, Donna, Paul and Kimberly Ann. Our sincere gratitude to Dr. G, 4 South Wing at Parkview hospital, and to Michelle and Stella from Sangre de Cristo Hospice. We thank you. At Rich's request, no services will be held.
Dyker, Hazel I.
Hazel I. Dyker - Pueblo Chieftain - January 2, 1987 - Hazel I. Dyker was born April 9, 1803, In McClave, Colo., and died Dec. 30, 1986, in Pueblo. Wife of Clyde E. Dyker of the family home. Mother of Ramona. (Stanley) Green, Jeannenene (Rudy) Acosta, and Jeannette Langosh. Also survived by 10 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, two sisters and one brother. She a member of the Order of Eastern Star NO. 7. Service, 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 2, T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Contributions may be made to the charity of your choice.
Dykes, Evelyn Ashley
Evelyn Ashley Dykes - Pueblo Chieftain - December 01, 2004 - Evelyn Ashley Dykes, 90, a long-time resident of Rye, passed away Nov. 29, 2004, at Life Care Center of Pueblo. She was born Aug. 6, 1914, in Corning, Calif., to Hamilton T. and Nellie Rusk Ashley. Evelyn was preceded in death by her husband, Melvin J. “Mutt” Dykes; and by her sisters, Pauline Warden and Edythe Wilson. She is survived by her sons, Melvin J. “Jim” (Marie) Dykes of Denver and Thomas A. (Linda) Dykes of Colorado City; four grandchildren, Timothy (Melanie) Dykes of Littleton, Colo., Kelly (Stewart) Beasley of Broomfield, Colo., Michael (Stephanie) Taft of Gunnison, Colo., and Lisa Taft of Denver. In addition, she is survived by two great-grandchildren, Stacy and Jessica Taft of Gunnison, Colo.; and numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, Dec. 3, 2004, at Adrian Comer Funeral Home. Service, 2 p.m. Friday, at Adrian Comer Garden Chapel, followed by interment at Mountain View Cemetery. A reception will follow at First Presbyterian Church, 10th and Court. In lieu of food and flowers, memorial gifts may be made in her name to Rye Home United Methodist Church, Rye, Colo.
Dykes, Johnny Porter
Johnny Porter Dykes - Pueblo Chieftain - April 1, 1987 - Johnny Porter Dykes, 79, passed away March 27, 1987, in Colorado Springs. Father of Ronny Dykes and Charlene Cahill, both of Pueblo; Kenneth Dykes, Chambersburg, Pa.; Margaret Jean Laird, Fort Worth, Texas; Charlotte Sammons, Woodland Park, Colo., and Debbie Sue Dykes, Colorado Springs. Brother of Nora Warren, Alamagordo, N.M., and Irene Craig, Plainview, Texas. Survived also by 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Born April 29, 1907, in Bell County, Texas, Mr. Dykes had lived in Colorado Springs since 1941. He was a farmer. Services, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Evergreen Funeral Home, Fountain at Union, Colorado Springs, will be conducted by the Rev. W.W. Maple, pastor, Temple Baptist Church, Pueblo. Interment, Evergreen Cemetery. Those who wish are asked to make contributions to the Diabetes Association.
Dykes, Kenneth F.
Kenneth F. Dykes - Pueblo Chieftain - January 04, 2004 - Kenneth F. Dykes, 91, passed away Jan. 3, 2004, in Colorado Springs. Born Jan. 21, 1912, in Pueblo, Colo., to John and Ethel Dykes, who preceded him; along with his first wife, Dorothy Dykes; and his second wife, Avo Dykes; brothers John and Melvin Dykes; and sister Gladys Jones. Survived by his daughter, Sharon (Garry) Dykes-Modlens, of Colorado Springs; granddaughters Terri (Mark) Norman, of Colorado Springs, Tina (Jody) Hayes-Siltzer of Cheyenne, Wyo., Tricia (Mike) Hayes-Dunz of Colorado Springs; great-grandchildren, Brittany, Chelsea, Eric, Julia, Kate, Elena and Lucas; as well as sisters, Betty Dickerson, Verna Philben; sister-in-law, Evelyn Dykes; numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Kenneth retired with 37 years military service as top operations NCO for the Army National Guard. Kenneth enjoyed being a handyman and fishing, but his true love was his family. He will be greatly missed by all those who came to know him. Visitation, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, with the family present from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Tuesday, at the George McCarthy Historic Chapel, with military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team. Per his request, cremation will take place after the service with inurnment on Jan. 10, in Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of food and flowers please make donations in his memory to the American Cancer Society through the funeral home office.
Dykstra, Clifford Reid
Clifford Reid Dykstra - Pueblo Chieftain - January 23, 2000 - Clifford Reid Dykstra, 49, of Pueblo, went home to be with the Lord Jan. 21, 2000. Born May 30, 1950, in Pueblo. Preceded in death by mother, Charlotte Dykstra. Survived by his devoted wife, Lorraine Dykstra; children, Tiffany and Brandon Dykstra; father, Leland Dykstra, Pueblo; siblings, Helen (Keith) Christensen, Utah, Harry (Linda) Dykstra, Conifer, Colo., and Cathy (Alan) Luna, Arizona; in-laws, Louis (Sharon) LeRoux, Colorado Springs; mom, Agnes; dad, Jerry Monteith, Pueblo; Cricket (Harold) Monteith; Carroll LeRoux; special friend, Sue Turner; Laura (Jeff) Parker, LA; Frances (Chris) Torres; nephews, James E. LeRoux, Louis Paul LeRoux II, Joey Monteith, Billy Joe Parker, J.J. Monteith, George Naweli, Anthony Luna, Alan Luna, Brian Dykstra, Matthew Christensen, Jay Lay and Brad Willard; nieces, Susanne L. Naweli, Anna Willard, Allyson Christensen, Camber Lay, Jackie Monteith and Kelly Monteith; numerous relatives and very special friends. Clifford was a devoted husband to his wife and a hero to his children. He was a devoted member of Agape Fellowship Church. He was a member of Local Union 3405. He was also an avid Bronco fan, golfer and fisherman. His love, kindness and support touched many lives. He was a blessing to everyone he met. Special thanks to Lee Ann Bowen, Rachel Franco and all the staff on 5100, Hospice, for all their help and support, and his extended church family from Agape, who were always there for him. Viewing, 1 to 5 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at Romero Chapel. Memorial prayer services, 7 p.m. Tuesday and funeral service, 10 a.m. Wednesday, both at Agape Fellowship Church. Officiants, Pastor Larry Ruiz and Pastor Lawrence DeHerrera. Interment, Imperial Cemetery. Relatives and friends will be received at 3928 Fairfield. Military honors by Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.
Dykstra, Robert E.
Robert E. Dykstra - Pueblo Chieftain - September 03, 1997 - Robert E. Dykstra passed away at Parkview Episcopal Hospital after an extended illness. He retired from the Dana Corporation after 27 years. Robert served in the U.S. Navy armed forces and is a survivor of Pearl Harbor aboard the USS Pennsylvania. Robert had a real passion for golf, fishing and his dog, "Pepe." He is remembered as a great husband, dad and teacher by his wife, Betty- children, Marsha Dykstra Davis and Robert R. (Denise M.) Dykstra- five grandchildren- and five great-grandchildren. Also survived by sisters, Dorothea Hodges, Alice States and Katherine Dykstra- one brother, Leland Dykstra- and numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation, 1 until 5 p.m. today; 1 p.m. Thursday, both at Comer Garden Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. You may place your floral orders through the funeral home for your convenience. Arrangements by Comer Garden Chapel, 2710 N. Elizabeth.
Colette Dylla - Pueblo Chieftain - November 4, 2004 - Colette Dylla , age 80, died October 30, 2004 at Namaste Alzheimer Center, Colette was born November 5, 1923 in Kinsman, Illinois to Edwin and Veronica Lathrop. Colette formerly resided in Sioux Falls, Brookings, and Dell Rapids, South Dakota, Sparks, Nevada, Morris, Minnesota, Columbus, Ohio, and Pueblo, Colorado. Colette attended Business College in Sioux Fall, S.D. She worked as a telephone operator, and later as a receptionist at Dan Dugan Transport. She was active in the Catholic Women's Guild in Sparks, Nevada. In Pueblo, Colorado, she was involved with the local Right to Life Chapter. Colette had a variety of interests including sewing, doll collecting, and making stuffed bears for family and friends. She will be remembered for always having a smile on her face and her joyful laugh. Her parents, and her brother, Kenneth Dale Lathrop, preceded Colette in death. She is survived by her husband of 49 years, Anthony S. Dylla; her daughter, Denise Barringer (husband Randy); her son, Mark Dylla (wife Deb); her grandchildren, Gina and Corey Barringer, Danny, Jane, and Julia Dylla; her cousins, nieces, nephews, and many more. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:00am Thursday, November 4, 2004 at Namaste Chapel, 2 Penrose Blvd. Colorado Springs, Colo. 80906. Burial will be in Imperial Memorial Park at 1:00pm Thursday, November 4, 2004. Memorial Contributions in Colette's memory may be made to Namaste Alzheimer Center, 2 Penrose Blvd. Colorado Springs, Colo. 80906.
Hilda Dyman-Dabster - Pueblo Chieftain - May 02, 2004 - Hilda Dyman-Dabster, 95, passed away in Pueblo. Services will be held in San Francisco, Calif.
Dynes, Marvin Frank Sr.
Marvin Frank Dynes Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - September 21, 1986 - Marvin Frank Dynes Sr., late of 3934 Fairfield Lane, passed away Sept. 19, 1986. Mr. Dynes was a member of the First Southern Baptist Church, J. T. Council of Teamsters No. 3 and a route distributor for Keebler Co., for 24 years. Survivors include his wife, Sue Dynes of Pueblo; sons, Marvin F. Dynes Jr., Michael L. Dynes, Mark (Loretta) Dynes, David (Tami) Dynes; and daughters, Lydia (Martin) Braden and Cynthia M. Harpel; eight grandchildren; brothers, Melvin (Sharon) Dynes, Jerry Dynes and sisters, Betty (Dick) Van Meter, Carol VanDuesen, Margaret (Bill) Haley, JoAnn (Wayne) Roblia and Sharon Wallace. Funeral service will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23, in the Adrian Comer Garden Chapel with the Rev. Roy Spannagel officiating. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. The family may be contacted at 3934 Fairfield Lane.
Dyrland, Gertrude Helen
Gertrude Dyrland - Walsenburg World-Independent - May 4, 1945 - Gertrude Dyrland, wife of Glenn T. Dyrland, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus B. Linscott of La Veta, died at her home at Delvan, Ill. yesterday. She was 26 years of age. She was born April 30, 1919, at La Junta, and lived for a time in La Veta. She and her husband formerly lived in Jackson, Wyo., before moving to Illinois two years ago. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Patrick; by her parents; four sisters, Mrs. Lucy May Gordon, Ina Lee, Leatha and Berniece Linscott; and by four brothers, Joseph C., of the Navy air force, Pensacola, Fla., Waldo of Jackson, Wyo., and Thomas of La Veta. Funeral services will be at two o'clock Monday afternoon at the La Veta Baptist church, with the Rev. J. H. Gerault officiating. Interment will be in the La Veta cemetery, under the direction of the Unfug-Peet mortuary. Huerfano World - May 17, 2001 - This Week in La Veta History - 1945: Helen, 26, the wife of Glenn T. Dyrland and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Linscott, died, leaving four sisters and three brothers.
Dysinger, George Albert V
George Albert Dysinger V - Pueblo Chieftain - November 24, 2004 - George Albert Dysinger V, 90, passed away Nov., 22, 2004. He was a five-year resident of Pueblo West. Survived by his children, George (Evelyn Jo) Dysinger VI of Tulsa, Okla., David Dysinger of Potwin, Kan., and James R. (Debora) Dysinger of Dumont, Colo.; 15 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Preceded in death by his wife, Vivian Z.; daughter, Myrna Jean Witt; son, Mark Errol; and grandson, Michael Shane. George was born March 25, 1914, in Rosebud, N.M., and was an owner/operator of P&O Dry Cleaners in Hooker, Okla. He was a member of Hooker United Methodist Church since 1918, a member of Blue Lodge No. 366 in Hooker where he received the Distinguished Masonic Medal of Honor of the Grand Lodge of Okla. He was a 33rd Degree Scottish Rite Mason and a member of the Knights of the Rose Croix. George also served on the Hooker School Board for over 30 years. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 27, 2004, at the United Methodist Church in Hooker, Okla.
Dysinger, Vivian Zelma
Vivian Zelma Dysinger - Pueblo Chieftain - February 08, 2004 - Vivian Zelma Dysinger. Born Vivian Zelma Pittman to Charles G. and Hattie Catherine, Feb. 17, 1913, in Tyrone Okla. Married to George Albert Dysinger Jan. 28, 1936. Died Feb. 6, 2004, at her home in Pueblo West. Vivian lived, married, and raised her family in Hooker, Okla. Preceded in death by her parents; son, Mark Erroll; daughter, Myrna Jean Witt; and grandson, Michael Shane Dysinger. Survived by her husband of 68 years, George Albert; sons, George Charles (Evelyn) Dysinger, David Michael Dysinger, James Russell (Debora) Dysinger; son-in-law, Henry Witt; 13 grandchildren: including local family members, Rebecca (Brant) Dunn, Jay (Lisa) Witt, Deborah (Rod) Clark and Daniel (Karen) Witt; 21 great-grandchildren: including local family members, Kaleb (Amy), Hilary, Nathan and Bethany Dunn; Jesse and Leah Witt; Catherine, Levi, and Anna Clark; Benjamin, Joshua, Zachary, and Luke Witt; one great-great-granddaughter, Marguerite Dunn, two sisters, one sister-in-law, numerous nieces, nephews, in-laws, cousins and friends. The funeral will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2004, at the United Methodist in Hooker, Okla. Burial to follow at Hooker Cemetery.
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