Huerfano County, Pueblo County, and Las Animas County, Colorado.
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Iacabone, Mary C.
Mary C. Iacabone - Pueblo Chieftain - June 14, 1998 - Mary C. Iacabone, 76, passed away June 13, 1998. Survived by her children, Alfonso (Fedilia) Silva, Louise (John) Herrera, Kathy (Carl Zamora) Iacabone, James (Diane) Iacabone, Richard (Gerry) Iacabone and Elizabeth Mora, all of Pueblo, Barbara (Fernando) Aragon, Thornton, Colo., Rose (Ted) Suazo, Lakewood, Colo., Roberta (Norbert) Espinoza, Northglenn, Colo., and Tomas (Gloria) Iacabone, Espanola, N.M.- 33 grandchildren- 28 great-grandchildren- four great-great-grandchildren- sister, Margaret (Felix) Perea, Pueblo- and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her husband, Pascal Iacabone Sr. - son, Pascal Jr. - two grandchildren- and one great-grandchild. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Viewing, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday.
Joseph G. Ianne - Pueblo Chieftain - January 08, 2002 - Affectionately known as "Gump" to his close friends, passed away Jan. 5, 2002. He is preceded in death by his parents, Rosario and Rose Ianne; wife, Virginia "Trapani" Ianne, Sept. 2, 1992; sisters, Josephine Pullaro, Susie Bendetti, Jennie Messina, Frances Maroney, Mary Nally and Theresa Marino; and brother, Tony Ianne. Joe is survived by brothers, Mike Cortese and Carmen Mastreno, both of Pueblo, and numerous nieces and nephews. Viewing from 2 to 7 p.m. today, T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Shrine of St. Therese, followed by entombment at Roselawn Cemetery. Military honors by Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team. The family requests the omission of food and flowers. Pueblo Chieftain January 13, 2002 A special thank you to doctors E. John Bagale, Marlow Sloan, Vaughan Cipperly and Alan Bickel, for the wonderful care you gave to Joseph; the staff at St. Mary-Corwin hospital (fifth floor), Rita Maloley (social worker), the staff of Life Care Center, the staff and residents of Pueblo Regent Retirement Center and to Michele Lewis and the staff at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. A special thank you to Catherine Shew for her kindness and friendship; and to his special friends, Frank and Carole Ricotta and family. The family of Joseph Ianne.
Tony Ianne - Pueblo Chieftain - July 13, 1988 - Tony Ianne. Mass of Christian Burial, noon today, St. Francis Xavier Church. Entombment with Eagles and Elk rites at the Roselawn Mausoleum.
Josephine Ibanez - Huerfano World - December 3, 1992 - Josephine Ibanez, 85, died Nov. 18, 1992. Born Mar. 19,1 907, in Huerfano County, the daughter of Juan and Faustina Valdez, she married Segundo Ibanez Nov. 1, 1924. Survivors include her sons, George Ibanez and Ed Ibanez, two sisters, Victoria Gonzalez, Denver and Freida Choury, California; 11 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral mass was from St. Mary Church Nov. 21. Burial was in North St. Mary Cemetery.
Anthony Icabone - Pueblo Chieftain - January 07, 2005 - Anthony Icabone, 83, passed away Jan. 1, 2005. Survived by his wife of 58 years, Cynthia Mary Icabone; sons, Dennis (Sue) Icabone of Kalamazoo, Mich., and Gregory (Amy) Icabone of La Veta, Colo.; granddaughters, Marissa, Jenny Rose and Abigail; and grandson, Layton. Anthony was born Dec. 9, 1921, in Pueblo and served in the U.S. Army during WWII. He owned and operated Icabone Air Conditioning and Heating in Pueblo. Anthony enjoyed hunting, fishing and he and Cynthia enjoyed playing golf. Private family services were held. Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association or Alzheimer's Association, through the funeral home.
Icabone, Beulah May
Beulah May Icabone - Pueblo Chieftain - April 29, 2002 - Beulah May Icabone, (nee Finnell), passed away April 28, 2002. She was preceded in death by her husband, Alfred L. Icabone, in 1979. Surviving Beulah are her two children, Ron (Cathy) Icabone and Aliene (Dwight) Montoya; and five grandchildren, Damon and Blake Icabone, Dustin, Dante and Alana Montoya, all of Pueblo. She is also survived by one sister, Vera Fields of Vinita, Okla.; several in-laws; numerous nieces and nephews and many friends. Born on Aug. 1, 1914, in Vinita, Okla., she moved to Pueblo in 1935. Beulah enjoyed all people, horse racing, and card games. The family wishes to thank the staff of Life Care Center (station one) for the comfort and care provided during the last few days of her life. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Shrine of St. Therese. Entombment to follow Roselawn Mausoleum.
Evelyn Icabone – Pueblo Chieftain – November 1, 2006 - Evelyn Icabone passed away Oct. 31, 2006. Preceded in death by her beloved husband, Frank Icabone; brother, Joseph Cacciavillani; and sisters, Delia DelliQuardi and Sylvia Vandetti. Survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Friday, Shrine of St. Therese. Entombment, Roselawn Mausoleum. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association in Evelyn's memory. The family will receive friends in the church hall.
Ice, Darrell H.
Darrell H. Ice - Pueblo Chieftain - February 13, 1999 - Darrell H. Ice, 81, passed away Feb. 12, 1999. Survived by his wife, Annie Ice- adopted granddaughter, Kristi Koschke and her family- and two sisters, Edith McComb and Olive Hoffmeister, both of Topeka, Kan. Preceded in death by four brothers and three sisters. Mr. Ice was in the Merchant Marines during World War II. He also worked at CF&I for 42 years and enjoyed playing golf at City Park. Graveside service, 10 a.m. Monday, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Viewing, noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. The family respectfully requests the omission of food and flowers.
Iiams, Blanch Lucile
Blanche Lucile Iiams - Pueblo Chieftain - December 23, 2003 - Blanche Lucile Iiams, 88, passed away Dec. 21, 2003. Born Dec. 5, 1915, in Shamrock, Okla., and was a Pueblo resident most of her adult life. Blanche was preceded in death by her parents, Sam and Edna Ricks; husband, Virgil Iiams; brothers, Sammi and Glenn Ricks; and sisters, Beulah Lea Scharton, Eula Mae Miller and Oleta Quigley. She is survived by sisters, Wynona McPhail, June (Caldwell) Beck and Lou Ruzanski; brothers, Jack, Bill (Maryann), Jake (Lillian) and Everett (Pat) Ricks. Also survived by nephew, William D. "Billy" Scharton III; niece, Martha Rable; and numerous other nieces, nephews and friends. Blanche was affectionately known as "Anie" to those who knew her well. She worked several jobs during her adult life, but most of her time was dedicated to being a loving and caring wife, aunt and friend. Blanche was a longtime member of Park Hill Christian Church. She will lie in state at the funeral home from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. today and Friday. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 27, 2003, at Park Hill Christian Church, 1401 E. 7th St., with the Rev. Dr. Charlene Nimmo officiating. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Park Hill Christian Church or to Sangre de Cristo Hospice, through the funeral home.
Iles, Nellie Rose
Nellie Rose Iles - Pueblo Chieftain - October 25, 2002 - Nellie Rose Iles passed away Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2002, in Clinton, Utah, at her home that she shared with her daughter, Sandra, and John Mulligan. Nellie was born Sept. 16, 1907, in Higginsville, Mo., to Robert Henry and Margaret May (McDonald) Ray. Nellie married David Bradley Iles on Oct. 24, 1925, in Kansas City, Mo. She is survived by her nine children, David (Eileen) Iles and Henry Iles, both of Grand Junction, Colo., Nadine (Gene) Lindberg of Pueblo, Colo., Fay Neifert of Citrus Heights, Calif., JoAnn (Bob) Thompson of Vinal Haven, Maine, June Huddleston of Commerce City, Colo., Jeanie (Dick) Nichols of Idaho Falls, Idaho, Sandra (John) Mulligan of Clinton, Utah, and Jimmie (Sandy) Iles of Pueblo, Colo. She is also survived by 26 grandchildren, 55 great-grandchildren and 14 great-great-grandchildren. Nellie was known to many as "Mom Iles." She was preceded in death by her husband, Bradley (Pop) Iles, on Jan. 24, 1967, and also four grandsons. Viewing will be noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, 2002, and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 28, 2002, at Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Interment will follow the service at Imperial Memorial Gardens.
Ilgenfritz, Mildred G.
Mildred G. Ilgenfritz - Pueblo Chieftain - December 05, 2002 - Mildred G. Ilgenfritz, 73. Born Dec. 12, 1929. Departed this life Dec. 2, 2002. Cremation has taken place.
Barisa Illich - Rocky Mountain News – June 3, 1911, Page 5 - Barisa Illich at Pueblo, a steel worker, aged 37, was perhaps fatally shot by an unidentified man with a shotgun. Charles Erwin was placed under arrest an hour later. He admits shooting in the park, but asserted he did not fire at Illich. He shot in the air to frighten off three men. Illich has been unconscious since the shooting and is at the point of death.
Illick, Peter M.
Peter M. Illick - Pueblo Chieftain - May 14, 2004 - Peter M. Illick, Santa Fe, N.M. formerly of Pueblo went to be with the Lord on Sunday, May 9, 2004 after a brief illness. He is survived by his wife, Cynthia Illick, daughter, Leslie Illick, mother, Catherine Illick, sister Kris (Ted) Lindvay, mother-in-law, Blanche Langowski, sisters and brothers-in-law, Jennie (Angelo) Montez, Beth Dosen, Johnna (Tim) Morgan and nephews and nieces, Henry Montez, Susanne and Samantha Dosen and Cassandra and Nicholas Morgan. He is preceded in death by his father, Ira Illick and his father-in-law, Henry Langowski. Peter was an English professor at the University of Southern Colorado from 1971 until his retirement in 1999. Peter was a poet and honored by the Colorado Council on the Arts for his excellence in poetry. His poetry has been published in multiple journals and anthologies. While at the university he was honored as outstanding faculty member of the year and was instrumental in starting a library in the Canon City prison. He was also a former member and president of the Pueblo Historical Society. He was a commissioned officer in the United States Navy and served his country in Kodiak, Alaska. Pete was a lifelong member of the Sky Corral R/C Club in Pueblo West. During his membership he served as contest director, club president and newsletter editor. He was also a lifelong member of the Academy of Model Aeronautics. His passion and enthusiasm for aviation manifested itself through his outstanding and renowned craftsmanship as a true scratch builder of model airplanes. He also built airfoils for Princeton University aviation research. Peter was a loving and generous husband, father, son, brother and uncle. He was a wonderful teacher and loved by his students. He was the kind of friend who was cherished by those fortunate enough to know him and lucky enough to enjoy his original wit and an unforgettable sense of humor. Robert Frost said, "We love the things we love for what they are." Peter's memory will be loved and treasured in our hearts forever. A memorial service is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. Saturday, May 15, 2004. The service will be at the First Church of the Nazarene at 84 Stanford located at the corner of Stanford and Northern Avenue. Dear friend Sally Foulks will lead the memorial service. Family will receive guests following the service at the Mozart immediately following the service.
Imboden, Frank W.
Frank W. Imboden - Wray Rattler - January 04, 1917 - Born, Wedded, Died, on Christmas - The 25th of December – Christmas Day – has been the birthday, wedding day, and dying day of one Pueblo man. The Rev. Frank W. Imboden, pastor of the Northern Avenue Methodist church, died after a week's illness with double pneumonia. The day was his fifty-ninth birthday and the thirty-seventh anniversary of his marriage. A celebration of the wedding anniversary had been planned but was prevented by his illness.
Imes, Robert Wendell II
Lt. Col. Robert "Rob" Wendell Imes II - Pueblo Chieftain - January 09, 2005 - Lt. Col. Robert "Rob" Wendell Imes II. Viewing, 12:30 p.m. Monday, Beulah United Methodist Church. Military memorial service, 1:30 p.m. Monday, Beulah Community Center.
Imhof, Violet M.
Violet M. Imhof - Pueblo Chieftain - June 25, 2006 - Violet M. Imhof died peacefully at age 94 in Indianapolis, Ind., on June 19, 2006 after a brief illness. She was a long time Pueblo West resident who was known to many as the Candy Grandma for her habit of bestowing little hard candy mints on people who seemed to need cheering up. She said that she gave them to "good boys and girls" which, by her definition, included anyone under the age of 60. Retired at 84 from a part-time position at San Isabel Electric Association, she was active in the local SCORE chapter and a volunteer with services to the aged. She was married for 63 years to John Imhof who preceded her in death. She was the beloved mother of Violet I. Meek (Don M. Dell), John R. (Bette) Imhof, and Richard H. (Nancy) Imhof, the grandmother of six and the great-grandmother of seven. Interment will be at Roselawn Cemetery in Pueblo on Tuesday, June 27, 2006. The family requests that any memorials be made to Tabor Lutheran Church to the scholarship fund in honor of John Imhof. Local arrangements are being handled by Roselawn Cemetery and Funeral Home.
Immel, Harry W.
Harry W. Immel - Pueblo Chieftain - November 27, 2002 - Harry W. Immel, 84. Born Dec., 17, 1917, passed away Nov. 24, 2002. Survived by his loving wife of 62 years, Nina Immel; children, Jerald (Jane), Ralph (Mary Lue) and Karen K. (Art) Bernal; seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Harry was an avid outdoorsman and well-known businessman as well as a very caring person who will be sadly missed by family and friends. Visitation, 4 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29, Roselawn Chapel. Funeral service, 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 30, Roselawn Chapel. Reception to follow, Roselawn Reception Room.
Immroth, Millie M.
Millie M. Immroth - Pueblo Chieftain - October 17, 1986 - Mrs. Millie M. Immroth, 92, of Colorado Springs, formerly of Pueblo, passed away Oct. 15, 1986. Survived by her daughter, Mrs. Beatrice M. (Clifford E.) Shackelford, Colorado Springs; daughter-in-law, Mrs. Illa Mae Immroth, Denver; one sister, one brother, six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Predeceased by her husband, Henry J. Immroth, on March 15, 1965, and son, Vernon H. Immroth, on June 20, 1985. Graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at Mountain View Cemetery with the Rev. Edward Paup officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the First United Methodist Church Memorial Fund or the Pueblo County Heart Unit, direct or through the funeral home office. She will lie in state Sunday until 8:30 p.m.
Impy, Stephen D.
Stephen D. Impy – Leadville Carbonate Chronicle – September 8, 1913 – Funeral of Stephen Impy – The remains of Stephen D. Impy were interred in the Evergreen cemetery yesterday afternoon beside the grave of his brother, who was buried there several years ago. The funeral services were held at the chapel of the Moynahan and O'Malia Undertaking company at 2 o'clock. Impy died Thursday at the insane asylum at Pueblo where he had been an inmate for several years. At one time he was a barber here at the corner of Harrison avenue and State street. One sister, Mrs. R. M. Ball, is known to survive him. Carbonate Chronicle – September 8, 1913 – Death of Steve Impy – Steve Impy, an inmate of the insane asylum at Pueblo, who at one time was a barber here at the corner of State street and Harrison avenue, died at the asylum yesterday. His sister, Mrs. R. M. Ball, wired Coroner O'Malia that his remains will be shipped to Leadville for burial. The body is expected to reach here this morning. Private funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 o'clock at the Moynahan and O'Malia Undertaking company chapel.
Incerto, Leona M.
Leona M. Incerto - Pueblo Chieftain - February 28, 1998 - Leona M. Incerto, born April 11, 1922, passed away Feb. 27, 1998. Preceded in death by her husband, Louis Incerto Sr., in 1988, and son, Dennis Buck" Incerto, Oct. 24, 1994. Survived by children, Louis Buzz" (Patsy) Incerto, Josephine Laird and Dennis Garcia, Kathy (Chuck) Martinez, Carolyn Pechak and Bob Capps- and daughter-in-law, Darla Incerto, all of Pueblo- and brother and sisters, John (Frances) Arguello, Cecilia Sands and Dolores (Joe) Trujillo, also of Pueblo. Also preceded in death by mother, Mary Arguello- father, Flory- sister, Edna Gutierrez- brothers, John Rendon and Floyd Rendon- granddaughter, Marie Ann Incerto- and great-grandson, Shon Tres Martinez. Also survived by 12 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Mrs. Incerto was a member of Our Lady of Mount Carmel parish, Pueblo Aerie 145 Ladies Auxiliary (FOE), active in AARP and the Democratic Party and a volunteer instructor at John Neumann School. Rosary, Sunday, 7 p.m., and funeral Mass, Monday, 10 a.m., Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. The family may be contacted at the home of Kathy and Chuck Martinez, 412 Palm.
Angelo "Spraggs" Incitti - Pueblo Chieftain - December 15, 2001 - Angelo "Spraggs" Incitti, 73, born Jan. 13, 1928, in Sopris, Colo., went to build mansions in Heaven on Dec. 12, 2001. A master carpenter, respected by everyone in his trade, as a skilled craftsman. Retired from School District No. 60. Preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Francis Incitti; sister, Mary Jane; children, Jack and Michelle; as well as many other loved ones. Survived by his wife, Patricia Incitti; children, Terry Baker, "Randy" (Lana) Baker, Ron (Ruby) Incitti, Todd (Tracie) Baker, Jeff (Joie) Baker, Joseph (Andrea) Incitti, Julie (Frank) Donley and Patty (Kenny) Padilla; numerous loved grandchildren; brothers, Sam (Pat) Incitti, Corky (Faye) Incitti, Domenic (Cathy) Incitti and Joseph (Shirley) Incitti; sister, Angie (Binda) Cunico; and nephews and nieces. The family of Angelo wishes to give special thanks to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice. At his request there will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, Dec. 17, 2001, at St. Anne Catholic Church, 2701 E. 12th St., with Rev. Father James E. Friel and Rev. Father John O'Flynn as celebrants. Those who desire may make memorials to the Children's Diabetes Foundation, c/o the funeral home.
No newspaper name or date - Baby Found On La Veta Road - A new-born baby was found buried in a grave about two and a half inches deep Monday afternoon by Onofre Romero. Romero was out hunting on the old La Veta road where it goes over the hill at Mutual and noticed the fresh dirt and dug into it with his hands and found the baby. The baby has recently been buried as car tracks were still clear around the grave.
Inge, Mary Elizabeth
Mary Elizabeth “Betty” Guthrie Inge - Pueblo Chieftain - July 30, 2004 -Mary Elizabeth “Betty” Guthrie Inge, 94, longtime La Junta resident, passed away July 29, 2004. She was born Jan. 25, 1910, in Oswega, N.Y., to William and Louise Guthrie. She and her late husband, Reuben, owned and operated the Inge Shoe Store for over 30 years. Betty was very active in various organizations and civic events. She is survived by daughters, Nancy Baker of La Junta and Sally (David J.) Buikema of Alexandria, Va; nine grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, two brothers and three sisters. Funeral Mass, 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 2, at Our Lady of Guadalupe/St. Patrick Parish with Father Paul Montez officiating.
Ingham, Lucile M.
Lucile M. Ingham - Pueblo Chieftain - August 22, 1987 - Lucile M. Ingham passed away Friday, Aug. 21, 1987. Survived by her sister, Helen R. Mercer, Pueblo; nieces, Marilyn Mercer and Pauline Carter, both of Decatur, Ill. Predeceased by a brother, Edward H. Mercer, in 1965. Born Oct. 9, 1905, in Chicago, Ill., and had been a Pueblo resident since 1974. Member of the St. Paul United Methodist Church and Chapter P, PEG, in Illinois. There will be no viewing or visitation. Cremation at the Rouch Crematorium. Memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Penthouse of the Villa Pueblo Towers, 1111 Bonforte, with the Rev. James Keesey officiating.
Ingo, Bessie P.
Bessie P. (Musso) Ingo - Pueblo Chieftain - October 21, 2001 - Bessie P. (Musso) Ingo went to be with her Lord on Oct. 19, 2001. She was born Feb. 14, 1909, in Pueblo. Bessie was married on Nov. 10, 1929, to Tony Ingo; they had three loving children. She is survived by her daughter, Rose Roderick; and her son, Sam (Dorothy) Ingo; sister, Ann Massarotti; and a brother, Dominic (Frances) Musso; 14 grandchildren, Betty (Ted) Roop, Bob Roderick, Phyllis (Don) Montoya, Tony (Barb) Roderick, Joe Roderick, Anthony (Gail) Ingo, Rick (Jerri Lynn) Ingo, Sam (Kriste) Ingo, Beth (Jim) Rider, Mary (Kerry) Sabott, Brenda (Bob) Smith, Chris (Pete) Elich, Janette (Ed) Reinert and Janelle Hinds; 26 great-grandchildren, Russ (Amy) Roop, Ted (Renee) Roop, Kristin Montoya, Syvanna and Laci Roderick, A.J. and Nona Ingo, Austin Wallingford, Brice and Tyler Ingo, Sam III, Chad, Lane and Tuff Ingo, Giovanni, Gianna, Sammi Jo, and Robin Rider, Brent and Kerri Sabott, Tiffany, Colby and Nico Smith, Jericca and Jacob Elich, and Hunter Reinert; two great-great-grandchildren, Lloyd and Jake Roop; sisters-in-law, Ann and Ida Musso; stepson, Albert Mendicello; and numerous nieces and nephews who will miss her a great deal. Bessie lived at her home by herself doing everything on her own until last month when an infection got the best of her health. She was preceded in death by her husband of 57 years, Tony; her loving daughter, Ruth Hinds; sons-in-law, Al Hinds and Bob Roderick; parents, Rose and John Musso; and siblings, Virginia Colletti, Rose Dazzio, Sam, Charles, John, Pete, Joe and Tommy Musso; and stepdaughter, Florence Mendicello. Bessie was employed by School District No. 70 in food service until her retirement in 1974. For over 12 years, Bessie baked cookies and candies for any special occasion and designed immaculate wedding cakes for numerous young couples. She is famous in Pueblo for all the St. Joseph Tables she made and assisted in making. She loved flowers, gardening and shopping until a broken hip slowed her down. She then found a new favorite pastime, word search puzzles to which she mastered over 100 a week. Bessie was a member of St. Joseph Church in Blende, the St. Theresa Society Lodge and the Eagles Auxiliary No. 145. Bessie will lie in state on Monday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a rosary to follow at George McCarthy Historic Chapel at 7 p.m. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday, St. Joseph Church. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery.
Ingo, Carl Frank
Carl Frank "Kelly" Ingo - Pueblo Chieftain - May 16, 2004 - Carl Frank "Kelly" Ingo, 88, passed away May 14, 2004. Survived by his wife, Mary, of 67 years; son, Fred (Arlene); grandsons, Mike and Marc (Wendi); and great-grandson, Cody. Other survivors include sisters, Rose Maurello and Sara (Tony) La Savio; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Carl was preceded in death by his brother, Sam Ingo. A lifetime St. Charles Mesa resident and farmer, Carl was employed by CF&I for 44 years and retired as a foreman from the grader blade department. A devoted husband, father, grandfather and most recently, great-grandfather. Carl enjoyed fishing and gardening. He took great pride in his garden and was happy sharing his crops with friends and relatives. Carl also enjoyed trips to Las Vegas and Cripple Creek. Most of all, Carl enjoyed spending time with family and friends, but was happiest when he was able to help others with gardening and landscaping concerns. In his words, "If you have time to do something, you have time to do it right the first time." As a dedicated farmer, gardener and CF&I employee, he passed on a strong work ethic to everyone he came into contact with. During the past few years, Carl dedicated much time and energy into caring for his wife. Viewing, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday, at the funeral home. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m., Tuesday, St. Joseph Church in Blende. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery.
Dominic Ingo – Eagle County News – September 29, 1923 – Pueblo – Direct informations have been filed in the District Court against Vitto Danno, John Danno and Carlo Valento, charging the three with the murder of Dominic Ingo of Chicago and Charles Carlino of Vineland, near the Baxter bridge, on Sept. 10. Colorado Springs Gazette – May 15, 1926 – Two Men Killed in Outbreak of Pueblo's Ancient Blackhand War – Danna Brothers Shot Down from Closed Automobile as They Stood on Street; Posses Closing in on Quartet of Slayers Trapped in Coal Camp Near Walsenburg – Pueblo, Saturday, May 15 (AP) – Two men are dead and a third wounded in the most recent outbreak of Pueblo's Blackhand war. Two brothers, the third of one family, were fatally wounded yesterday afternoon by assassins and an innocent bystander was wounded by a stray shot. Pete and Tony Danna died last night. They were shot down at 1:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon when they were standing in front of a pool hall in the heart of the business district. Sam English, owner of the pool hall, was shot in the leg. Capture of the murderers is regarded as certain by officers at an early hour this morning for the occupants of the murder car are said to be trapped in a coal camp near Walsenburg and posses from three cities are closing the net drawn around the murderers' rendevous. Late developments last night indicated without a doubt, police and the sheriff said, that the killing was a result of the blackhand war of many years' standing. The murder car, a Hudson coach with curtains drawn, passed slowly in front of the pool hall where the Danna brothers were standing, and shot from sawed-off shotguns cut the brothers down before they had time to draw their own weapons. Doctors in attendance stated that both of the men had received from 30 to 40 shot, the bodies being literally torn to pieces from the heavy charge. Their brother, John, was killed in July, 1925, in an alleged blackhand killing but no arrest had ever been made in that case. The two killed yesterday were said to be leaders of the same faction as Frank Bacino, murdered in Denver a short time ago. Pete Danna was out on $10,000 bond in connection with the notorious black hand battle near Baxter, Colo., in September, 1922, in which John Ingo, Dominio Ingo and Charles Carlino were killed. Carlino was a brother of Sam Carlino, one of the four men Pete Danna alleged to have been in the automobile from which the shooting was done Wednesday.
Ingo, Elizabeth A.
Elizabeth A. Ingo - Pueblo Chieftain - July 20, 2003 - Elizabeth A. Ingo, 83, of Pueblo, went home to be with the Lord on July 19, 2003. Born on Sept. 29, 1919, in Salida, Colo., the youngest of the 10 children of Louis and Teresa Manguso, both now deceased. Survived by her three children, Jim Towns and Sam (Shari) Ingo of Pueblo and Phyllis (Jon) Avalos of Castle Rock. She was married to James E. Towns until his death in 1949, and then to Sam S. Ingo, until his death in 1999. Her brother, Tony Manguso; and her sister, Margaret Cabibi reside in Pueblo. Her sisters-in-law, Josephine (Tom) Pomeleo, Vivian (Carmen) Arrigo and Kathryn Dunkel; and her brother-in-law, Anthony (Francis) Ingo all reside in Pueblo. She has four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. She goes to join her deceased sisters, Anna Brothers, Sister Rose Catherine, Jessie Alexander and Jennie Elich; and her deceased brothers, Louis Manguso, Ralph Manguso and Felix Manguso. She was a lifetime member of St. Francis Xavier Parish of Pueblo. Viewing, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday. Rosary, 6 p.m. Tuesday and funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Wednesday; both services at St. Francis Xavier Church. Entombment, Roselawn Mausoleum.
John Ingo – Colorado Springs Gazette – May 15, 1926 – Two Men Killed in Outbreak of Pueblo's Ancient Blackhand War – Danna Brothers Shot Down from Closed Automobile as They Stood on Street; Posses Closing in on Quartet of Slayers Trapped in Coal Camp Near Walsenburg – Pueblo, Saturday, May 15 (AP) – Two men are dead and a third wounded in the most recent outbreak of Pueblo's Blackhand war. Two brothers, the third of one family, were fatally wounded yesterday afternoon by assassins and an innocent bystander was wounded by a stray shot. Pete and Tony Danna died last night. They were shot down at 1:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon when they were standing in front of a pool hall in the heart of the business district. Sam English, owner of the pool hall, was shot in the leg. Capture of the murderers is regarded as certain by officers at an early hour this morning for the occupants of the murder car are said to be trapped in a coal camp near Walsenburg and posses from three cities are closing the net drawn around the murderers' rendevous. Late developments last night indicated without a doubt, police and the sheriff said, that the killing was a result of the blackhand war of many years' standing. The murder car, a Hudson coach with curtains drawn, passed slowly in front of the pool hall where the Danna brothers were standing, and shot from sawed-off shotguns cut the brothers down before they had time to draw their own weapons. Doctors in attendance stated that both of the men had received from 30 to 40 shot, the bodies being literally torn to pieces from the heavy charge. Their brother, John, was killed in July, 1925, in an alleged blackhand killing but no arrest had ever been made in that case. The two killed yesterday were said to be leaders of the same faction as Frank Bacino, murdered in Denver a short time ago. Pete Danna was out on $10,000 bond in connection with the notorious black hand battle near Baxter, Colo., in September, 1922, in which John Ingo, Dominio Ingo and Charles Carlino were killed. Carlino was a brother of Sam Carlino, one of the four men Pete Danna alleged to have been in the automobile from which the shooting was done Wednesday.
Ingo, Mary Mercede
Mary Mercede Delliquadri Ingo - Pueblo Chieftain - December 3, 2006 - Mary Mercede Delliquadri Ingo, 92, passed away Nov. 30, 2006. She was preceded in death by her husband, Carl Frank Ingo; and her parents, Sebastian and Rosina Delliquadri. She was born on March 19, 1914, in Pueblo. Survived by her son, Fred (Arlene) Ingo; grandsons, Michael (Shawndee), and Marc (Wendi); and great-grandsons, Cody Ryan and Caden Michael. Other survivors are her sister, Lucy (Frank) Colletti; sisters-in-law, Rose Maurello, and Sara (Tony) La Savio; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her brothers, Ralph Delliquadri, Joe (Mary) Delliquadri and Tony (Josie) Delliquadri; and sisters, Angelina (Frank) Soldano, Carlina (John) Catulli and Florence (Les) Silvio. She enjoyed knitting, crocheting, needlepoint and other crafts. She made many beautiful items for family and friends until declining health made this impossible. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Mary was an excellent cook and baker, always making cookies, cakes and pies and often sharing them with friends. Friends and family were always welcome and no one ever left hungry, as she always insisted on preparing a meal. In later life, she found a new love, her cat, Elizabeth, that became her constant companion. During the last two years she was able to live at home with the loving assistance of caregivers. They became a second family for her. Included are, Edwina Rogers, Darla Haught, Shirley Cervantes, Nancy Dittmore, Mary and Dr. John Gentry, Lisa Kovicich and Debbie Rich. Edwina's sons, Ardin and Elwin, became her adopted grandchildren. A special thanks goes to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice and Palliative Care, and to Pete Massaro, her Eucharistic minister, who brought many weeks and months of peace and happiness. Viewing, 1 to 5 p.m. Monday, at the funeral home. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday, St. Joseph Church. Entombment, Roselawn Mausoleum.
Salvatore Ingo - Pueblo Chieftain - February 14, 1944 - Card of Thanks - We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the acts of kindness, messages of sympathy, beautiful floral offerings and spiritual bouquets received from our many friends in our sad bereavement in the loss of our beloved husband and father, Salvatore Ingo. We especially wish tot hank the Independent Order of Sicillians, and Mrs. Dalio, Mrs. Rose Ingo, Mrs. Carl Giarratano, Fred, Sam and Tony Ingo.
Ingo, Sam S. Jr.
Sam S. Ingo Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - December 28, 1999 - Sam S. Ingo Jr., 84, passed away Dec. 27, 1999. Survived by his wife, Elizabeth A. Ingo; and children, James R. Towns, Phyllis (Jon) Avalos and Sam (Shari) Ingo. Grandfather of Jonny Avalos, Shelli (Sergio) Marquez, Sam Ingo and Kate Ingo. Great-grandfather of Nico and Shaela Marquez. Also survived by his sisters, Josephine (Thomas Jr.) Pomeleo, Vivian (Carmen) Arrigo, and Katherine Dunkel; brother, Anthony Wayne (Frances) Ingo; in-laws, Jessie Alexander, Jennie (Edward) Elich, Anthony (Lucille) Manguso and Margaret (S. Phillip) Cabibi; as well as special uncle, Sam Geonetta; great-aunt, Bessie Ingo; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents, Sam S. and Mary Ingo. Sam was a member of the American Legion Post No. 203 after serving four years in the United States Army during World War II. After returning from the war, he became a meat cutter for several local stores until his retirement at which time he was able to tend to the garden he loved. Funeral service, Wednesday, 2 p.m., St. Francis Xavier Church. Entombment, Roselawn Mausoleum. In lieu of food and flowers, the family wishes that donations be made to your favorite charity in Sam's name.
Ingo, Samuel A. III
Samuel A. Ingo III – Pueblo Chieftain - August 18, 2009 - Samuel A. “Sammo” Ingo, III, 22, passed away Aug. 16, 2009, as a result of a vehicle accident. Survived by his father, Sam (Kriste) Ingo, Jr. of Pueblo; mother, Rhonda (Jim) Bowie of Pueblo West; stepfather, William Flynn; grandparents, Sam and Dorothy Ingo of Pueblo, Pat and Patty Delin of Pueblo West, Mark and Yvonne Klune and Gene and Darlene Ley, all of Pueblo; twin brother, Chad (Allegra) Ingo of Pueblo West; his other siblings, Brandi Flynn of Pueblo West, Lane Ingo, Tuff Ingo and Bailey Ingo, all of Pueblo, and Ashley Flynn of Pueblo West; uncles and aunts, Rick and Jerri Ingo and Beth Rider, all of Pueblo, Jim and Linda Delin and Edward Delin, all of Des Moines, Iowa, and Raymond Delin of Sioux City, Iowa; great-grandmother, Leota Delin of Des Moines; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Preceded in death by his uncle, Anthony “Uncle Roni” Ingo; and his loyal pet and best friend, “Tank.” Sammo was born Jan. 26, 1987, in Pueblo. He was a car salesman for Pueblo Dodge. He loved fishing, riding motorcycles and golfing. He was also a Broncos and Rockies fan. Viewing from 2 to 7 p.m. Thursday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with the family present from 5 to 7 p.m. During the viewing, a personal message may be written on Sammo's casket or on a memory card, which may be placed in the casket. Those attending the service are encouraged to wear comfortable and casual attire. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 21, 2009, at Praise Assembly of God, 2000 Troy Ave., with Pastor Darren Wilson officiating. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Those who desire may make memorials to the Sammo Ingo Fund, through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, Colo. 81003.
Ingo, Tony M.
Tony M. Ingo - Pueblo Chieftain - February 23, 1986 - Tony M. Ingo of 27881 Highway 50 East, Feb. 22, 1986. Husband of Bessie (Musso) Ingo and father of Rose (Robert R.) Roderick and Samuel A. (Dorothy) Ingo, both of Pueblo. Father-in-law of Al Hinds and Albert Mendicello, also of Pueblo; and grandfather of Betty (Ted) Roop, Robert Roderick, Phyllis Roderick, Tony (Barbara) Roderick, Joe Roderick, Anthony (Sharolyn) Ingo, Richard (Jerri) Ingo, Samuel (Rhonda) Ingo Jr., Beth Anne Ingo, Mary (Kerry) Sabott, Brenda (Robert) Smith, Christine Hinds, Janette Hinds, Janelle Hinds, Edward Mendicello, Diana Mendicello and Matthew Mendicello. Great-grandfather of Russell and Teddy Roop; Kristin and Bobbi Roderick; Tiffany Smith; Anthony and Nona Ingo. Survived also by numerous loving nieces and nephews and the following brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Rose Dazzio, Sam Musso, Tom (Bernice) Musso, Charles (Jennie) Musso, Pete (Ida) Musso, Isabel Musso, John (Ann) Musso, Ann Massarotti, and Dominic (Frances) Musso, all of Pueblo. Predeceased by daughters, Ruth Hinds, Jan. 2, 1986, and Florence Mendicello, 1968; great-grandson, Brody Smith, 1985; and parents, Salvatore Ingo and Rose Ingo. Also predeceased by brothers and sisters, Fred Ingo, Sam Ingo, Catherine Giarratano; and mother-in-law and father-in-law, John Musso and Rose Musso. A lifelong St. Charles Mesa resident and farmer, Mr. Ingo was a member of St. Joseph Parish; Florence Elks Lodge 611; the Christopher Columbus Lodge of Pueblo; Pueblo Eagles Aerie 145; Eagles REACT; CF&I Retired Men's Club, USWA Local 2102, and the CF&I Fin and Feather Club. He was employed at the CF&I Steel Corp. for 30 years, retiring in 1966. At the time of his retirement, he was employed in the open hearth. He also managed the Westland Theaters for many years. Mr. Ingo enjoyed fishing, hunting, and traveling with Mrs. Ingo. They celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary Nov. 10, 1985. Services, St. Joseph Church. Rosary recitation, 5 p.m. Monday, and Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Tuesday. Interment, Roselawn.
Ingraham, Dewayne L.
Dewayne L. Ingraham - Pueblo Chieftain - October 04, 2005 - Dewayne L. Ingraham, Sr. of Henderson, Colo. Father of Kenneth (Susan) Ingraham, Dewayne L. Ingraham, Jr. and Peggy (George) Nightingale. Also survived by seven brothers, one sister, three grandchildren and one great-grandson. Funeral service today at noon at Westminster Christian Church, 96th Ave. at Lowell Blvd., Westminster, Colo. Interment follows at Elmwood Cemetery in Brighton. In lieu of flowers, donations suggested to Namaste Comfort Care, 1633 Fillmore St., Suite 300, Denver, CO 80206.
Lillian “Jackie” Ingraham - Pueblo Chieftain - June 07, 2003 - Lillian “Jackie” Ingraham passed away June 6, 2003. Survived by her husband, Jeff Ingraham; daughter, Peg (Ken) Dabbs, Golden, Colo.; and grandchildren, Kathern and Max Dabbs; by her son, Jim (Ellen) Ingraham, Greensboro, N.C.; and granddaughter, Colleen (Steve) Long; and great-grandchildren, Niko and Kevin Long; by her sisters, Doris Thatcher and Betty June Nunn; and brothers J.O. Peek and Lonnie Ray Peek; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives, including Carolyn Connor. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Sunday, T.G. McCarthy Rose Chapel. Those who wish may make contributions to Sangre de Cristo Hospice in Jackie's memory.
Ingraham, Velma V.
Velma V. Ingraham - Pueblo Chieftain - May 11, 1986 - Velma V. Ingraham, 73, of 735 Vine, died May 10, in Pueblo. Service, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Griffy-Horber Funeral Chapel. Burial in Las Animas Cemetery.
Iva Leonardelli Ingram - Pueblo Chieftain - February 29, 2004 - Iva Leonardelli Ingram died in a Colorado Springs hospital on Feb. 24, 2004. She was born in Ottawa, Ill., to Lloyd Earl and Willard Iva Thompson on May 10, 1920. She lived also in Decatur, Ill., and Pueblo, Colo., before moving to Colorado Springs with her husband, William Ingram, M.D., in 1971. She served as his office manager until her death. For a number of years, Mrs. Ingram was employed by the Tempo Stores and was one of their premier managers and salespersons in the furniture and interior design departments in the 1960s. She won numerous awards for her sales skills. Mrs. Ingram enjoyed Southwestern Indian arts and crafts and knew many artists and their families, even to the third generation. At one time, she was active in the Medical Society Alliance and set a record for recruiting members. Mrs. Ingram is survived by her husband, her sister, Barbara Griffiths of Urbana, Ill.; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was beloved for her kindness and thoughtfulness and will be missed by her family and friends. Visitation will be from 3 to 6 p.m. - Pueblo Chieftain - February 29, 2004, at Swan-Law Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, March 1, 2004, at Pauline Chapel, 9 El Pomar, Colorado Springs. Burial will follow at Evergreen Cemetery.
Sam Ingram - Aspen Tribune - May 20, 1896 - Died At The Asylum – Sam Ingram, Sent From This County Passes Away – Sheriff Strawbridge received a dispatch last evening from the asylum authorities at Pueblo announcing the death of Sam Ingram, a patient sent from this county. No particulars were given. Ingram was a miner and occupied a cabin near the head of Galena street. He lived a lonesome life and imagined that a mine (of) great richness existed beneath the cabin. He was committed by Judge Rogers of the county court last week. Aspen Weekly Times – May 23, 1896 – Death of Samuel Ingram – It was reported late last night that Sheriff Strawbridge had received a telegram from Pueblo, announcing the death of Samuel Ingram, of this city who was adjudged insane and sent to the asylum of that city last week.
Ingram, Walden Wendle
Walden Wendle Ingram - Pueblo Chieftain - August 10, 2004 - Walden Wendle Ingram, 90, passed away Aug. 3, 2004 in Pueblo. Preceded in death by parents; brothers; sister and first wife Evelyn. Survived by wife Opal, daughter Eileen (Dale) Krumm of Twin Falls, Idaho; son Wayne (Laurell) Ingram of Filer, Idaho; step-sons David (Sally) Wood, Celina, Texas, Allen (Linda) Wood, Pueblo, step-daughters Leona (Sharky) Baker, Tempe , Ariz. and Linda (Joe) Musso, Montrose, Colo.; many grand-, great- and great-great grandchildren. Services were held at Alderette-Pomeroy Funeral Home, Aug. 7, 2004 in Raton, New Mexico. Memorials may be made to the Gideons or the donor's choice.
Jacquelyn "Jackie" Beverly Ingram-Ferguson - Pueblo Chieftain - February 05, 2005 - Jacquelyn "Jackie" Beverly Ingram-Ferguson, 76, was taken by her angels to be with her Lord on Feb. 3, 2005. Jackie enjoyed life to its fullest and always managed to find joy and laughter even in the worst situations. Though life handed her many obstacles, she overcame them with enthusiasm and determination. Jackie now is dancing and singing with the angels and is free of pain. Survived by her children, Sandra Sue Lappen, Pamela Jean (Arthur Frank) Vogel and Doyle Donald (Teresa Ann) Painter; grandchildren, Angela Thomas, Troy Zurel, Donald Painter, Jacquelyn Painter and Cynthia Painter; and five great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by her husband, Troy Harold Ingram; parents, Otto and Minnie Strehlow; two brothers; and two sisters. Jacquelyn was born Oct. 16, 1928, in Denver, and was a credit investigator for Citi Corp. She was a member of the Bennett Baptist Church, Order of the Eastern Star Dawn Chapter 125 in Aurora and We Are Singles of Pueblo. Viewing will be held at the funeral home from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. today and from 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday. Funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 7, 2005, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with the Rev. Paul Ray officiating, concluding with the Eastern Star Service. Interment at Bennett Cemetery in Bennett, Colo. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Hepatitis C Foundation through the funeral home.
Inman, John B.
John B. “Happy Jack” Inman – Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – November 18, 1875 – Parties just from Lake City, report Happy Jack, of Oak Creek, killed. Some trouble arose between Jack and another party, in which Jack received two pistol balls. The other party is seriously wounded. Pueblo County Daily Chieftain – November 18, 1875 – The Shooting of Happy Jack – A Tragedy on the Upper Arkansas – Mr. Joe Abrams, who has just returned from a hunting expedition on the Upper Arkansas, gives us the following particulars of the murder of John B. Inman, formerly of Donophan, Kansas, better known on the Upper Arkansas country as “Happy Jack,” which occurred on Saturday, the 30th of October, last: Mr. Abrams states that he in company with Messrs. Dorsey and McCreary, went up the Arkansas on a hunting expedition, and in a small gulch about two miles from the Arkansas river, near Pleasant Valley, came to the camp of John R. Hall, better known as “Arkansas,” who, according to his custom for the past three or four years, had located there to hunt during the winter. At the camp was also “Happy Jack,” who was Hall's partner in the winter's hunt, and a man named Maguire, better known as “Missouri,” of whom Hall had purchased a wagon, harness and mule, paying him forty dollars in cash and promising to pay eighty dollars additional in venison, having four weeks time in which to deliver the latter. After Mr. Abrams and party had been in camp a short time, they found that Maguire was distrustful of Hall, and after talking with Inman and finding the latter would stand by him, told Hall that he (Maguire) was afraid he (Hall) would cheat him out of his team, and wanted his outfit back. Hall told him he could take back his outfit or remain and get his venison, just as he liked. During this time Inman had been pretty full of whisky, and Hall remonstrated with him, telling him that if he intended to be his partner in the winter's hunt he must keep sober. This enraged Inman, and from Thursday until Saturday morning he did his best to get Hall to fight, insulting him in every way. Hall avoided the fight and allowed Inman to say just what he chose without resenting it. On Saturday morning Inman and Maguire concluded to leave the camp, and the latter went for his remaining mule, while the former took charge of the wagon and went to dividing the provisions with Hall. During the division, while Hall was kneeling on the ground, Inman tried to draw his knife, but Hall seeing the movement, jumped quickly up, and drawing his revolver, said: “Jack, we've had enough of this. You have tried to get a fight out of me for several days. Now if you must and will fight, go to the wagon and get your pistol and we'll fight it out.” Inman went to the wagon and after fumbling about in it a while, returned without his pistol, shook hands with Hall, and taking his share of the provisions went down the gulch towards his wagon. About this time Mr. Abrams, who had been temporarily absent from camp, returned and was sitting in front of the tent with Hall, the latter telling him that Inman and Maguire were going away. Just then Mr. Abrams noticed Inman coming towards them and remarked the fact to Hall. Inman came up in front of them, and placing one hand against a tree, remarked that he had come for those things he left. Hall, without getting up, reaching into the tent and handed out a pair of blankets, a coat, and some other articles. Just as Hall laid the last article out, Inman drew his pistol and calling out, “Die, you s-n of a b---h!” shot at Hall. Hall dodged and sprang to his feet drawing his revolver. Both parties stood behind trees and fired three shots each, Hall's last shot striking Inman between the eyes. Hall immediately went for a doctor, and on his return on Sunday, found Inman alive, though unconscious. The wounded man died at twelve o'clock the same night. Hall immediately went with the remainder of the party to Ula, in the Wet Mountain Valley, where after a hearing before Justice Davis, he was discharged. This case is another evidence of the fact that men who are so exceedingly anxious to find a fight generally succeed in finding one, usually to their sorrow.
Inman, Mae B.
Mae B. Inman - Pueblo Chieftain - March 6, 1987 - Mae B. Inman, a Pueblo resident since 1913, late of 3443 Overton Rd., passed away March 4, 1987. Mrs. Inman was a former member of the Pythian Sisters. She is survived by two sons, Robert H. Inman of Pueblo, and Roy L. (Eva) Inman of Griffin, Ga.; one brother, George (Dorothy) Rosenberg of Durango; and one grandson, Johnny K. (Brenda) Inman of Atlanta, Ga. She was preceded in death by her husband, Harry K. Inman, in 1972. A graveside service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Mountain View Cemetery with Mr. Charlie Ernst officiating. The family respectfully requests the omission of food. Those who wish may make donations to their favorite charity. The family may be contacted at 3443 Overton Rd.
Inman, Merle R.
Merle R. Inman - Pueblo Chieftain - June 19, 1986 - Merle R. Inman passed away unexpectedly June 17, 1986. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Mildred Inman, of the family home; daughter, Mrs. Doris Green, Pinole, Calif.; son, Denzil Inman, Denver; grandfather of Dorne Webster, Keystone, Colo., William Green Pinole, Laurel Gould, Denver, and Julie Green, Topeka, Kan.; brother of Mrs. Ina Drain; Colorado Springs. Member of Silver State Lodge 95, AF&AM, and BTU, having retired as engineer on the C&W Railroad in 1966. He was born on July 30, 1901, in Independence, Kan., and was a veteran of World War I. Cremation. Memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in the chapel of the Rouch Funeral Home. Those who desire may make memorials to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Colorado, 333 Court St., Suite D-5, Pueblo 81003, or a charity of their choice.
Inman, Mildred M.
Mildred M. Inman - Pueblo Chieftain - November 06, 2002 - Mildred M. Inman, 92, passed away Nov. 3, 2002. Survived by her children, Denzil J. Inman, Centennial, Colo., and Doris Green, Pinole, Calif.; brother, John Aldrich, Denver, Colo.; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild and several other relatives. Born April 2, 1910, in Eva, Okla., and had been a Pueblo resident since the 1920s. Preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, Merle R. Inman. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 3 p.m. Saturday in the Chapel Mausoleum at Mountain View Cemetery, 1315 Acero. The family will host a reception following the service and the scattering of her cremains in the Mountain View Scattering Garden.
Moses Inman - Basalt Journal - November 9, 1907 - Frank Loughmiller pleaded guilty to murder in the second degree in the District Court at Trinidad and was sentenced to the penitentiary for fifteen to twenty years. Loughmiller shot and killed Moses Inman Oct. 14th at Weston. He was crazed with drink at the time and claimed to have no recollection of his act the following day. The men quarreled over a livery bill of 70 cents.
Inskeep, Dorothea A.
Dorothea A. Inskeep - Pueblo Chieftain - July 24, 2005 Dorothea A. Inskeep, 75, passed away July 21, 2005, after a hard battle against cancer. She was born on Aug. 24, 1929, to Wilson and Mildred Biegert, in Shickley, Neb. Survived by her husband, Harry Inskeep; daughter, Jeannette (Ken) Jones, Longmont; four grandchildren, Kenny and Sheridan Jones, Grant and Megan Inskeep; special daughter, Diana Inskeep, Conifer; and four nephews. Preceded in death by her first husband, Jerry Novak in 1983; and sister, Fern Gent in 1997. In 1967, Dorothea moved to Pueblo to work at the Pueblo Depot following the Sioux Depot closure. She retired in 1973. Viewing, 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Funeral service, 10:30 a.m. Monday, Belmont Church of the Nazarene, with Pastor Chuck Gibson officiating. Interment, Fort Logan National Cemetery at a later date. Friends and family will be received at the church following the service. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society in Dorothea's memory.
Irby, Jesse D.
Jesse D. Irby - Pueblo Chieftain - March 01, 1998 - Jesse D. Irby, 68, of Pueblo, passed away Feb. 27, 1998. Preceded in death by his wife, Ann Elizabeth Irby, Feb. 20, 1995- and brother, Owen R. Irby, Jan. 8, 1998. Survived by his children, Travis (Cindy) Irby, Barbara Irby, Jennifer Irby- grandchildren, Joey (Dan) Mathews, Shane Shell, Sonny Shell, and Sarah Elizabeth Malouff- great-grandchild, Dan Hunter Mathews IV- sisters, Dorothy Ann Moran, Wilsi Lee (James) Fielder. Mr. Irby owned and operated Irby Jewelers in Pueblo Mall since 1980 for 18 years. He served in the Air Force during the late '40s. , Monday, 1 p.m., Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Cremation, Imperial Crematory.
Irelan, Ann L.
Ann L. Irelan - Pueblo Chieftain - April 9, 1987 - Ann L. Irelan, April 6, 1987. Wife of Archie Irelan, who passed away in 1975. Mother of Robert L. (Tamara) Irelan of Socorro, N.M., and Carl V. (Connie) Irelan of Crestview, Fla. Also survived by two sisters, Eunice Caton, Saco, Mont., Connie Gunter, Lenexa, Kan., and grandson, Joseph Irelan, Crestview, Fla. Preceded in death by three brothers. Mrs. Irelan taught school in La Junta from 1945 until 1951. She then moved to Las Animas and became an X-ray technician and retired in 1972. At that time, she moved to Canon City and while living there she painted and wrote poetry, some of which was published. She was married to Archie Irelan on June 11, 1930. Services, 10 a.m. Thursday, Wilson Almont Chapel. Interment, Lakeside Cemetery, Canon City.
Ireland, Alva H. (Mrs.)
Mrs. Alva H. Ireland - Wray Rattler - November 25, 1915 - Woman Ends Life in Depot - Cañon City – Disappointed because she had missed her train to Pueblo. Mrs. Alva H. Ireland, 50 took a seat next to a little girl in the crowded Santa Fe waiting room here, drew a .38-caliber revolver and shot herself through the head. She died in a few minutes.
Ireland, Maurice F.
Lt. Maurice F. Ireland - Huerfano World - May 20, 1993 - This Week in La Veta History - 1946: An army station in the Philippines has been named Camp Ireland in honor of Josephine Falk's brother, Lt. Maurice F. Ireland, who was killed at Luzon.
William Ireland - Pueblo Chieftain - July 08, 2005 - William Ireland, 54, passed away July 4, 2005. Service in Grand Junction.
Thomas iron - Colorado Daily Chieftain – August 24, 1875 - Thomas Iron was killed at the Summit district, San Juan, on Tuesday last, while working in the Del Norte tunnel. It appears that he was tamping a blast, when it exploded, instantly killing him and severely wounding a Mexican, who happened to be in the tunnel at the time.
Irons, Earl W.
Earl W. Irons - Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home – May 2003 - Earl W. Irons passed away May 13, 2003 at the age of 84, at Trinidad State Nursing Home. He was born in Swastika, NM on January 12, 1919 to William and Hazel (Conn) Irons. Earl attended elementary schools in Trinidad and Trinidad High School. He was a truck driver and entered the U.S. Army in 1941. Earl received a Good Conduct Medal and Bronze Service Arrowhead for participating in the initial attack of the Southern Philippine Campaign. He also received four Bronze Battle Stars for participation in East Indies, Papua, New Guinea and South Philippine campaigns. Earl was honorably discharged May 21, 1945. After his enlistment, Earl worked for the State Highway Department and numerous trucking firms in Wyoming and Colorado until his affiliation with Star Texaco Oil Company where he spent many years until his retirement. Earl was united in marriage to Dorothy (Kerby) Jones on September 5, 1954 in Trinidad, Colo. His wife Dorothy passed away in September of 2000 and he was also preceded in death by his parents, two brothers Bob and Russell Irons, and sister Lucille Van Arsdale. Survivors include stepchildren Helen (John) Veltri, Don (Irene) Jones and Roberta Jones, four grandchildren Bruce (Diane) Veltri, Cindy Rhoads, Shelly Jones and Greg (Kerry) Jones, 8 great grandchildren and 7 great-great grandchildren. Also surviving are sisters Margaret Lea, Bertha (Jim) Hestiuman, Dorothy Irons and numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial Service for Earl will be held on Friday, May 16, 2003 at 11:00 a.m. at the First Christian Church, 200 S. Walnut, Trinidad, Colo. with Pastor Cary Nelson officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of the Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home.
Irsik, Albina A.
Albina A. Irsik - Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph - June 05, 1992 - Albina A. Irsik, 72, died June 2, 1992, in Aurora. She was a homemaker. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to noon today at Howard's Mortuary, 1720 Clarkson St., Denver. Howard's is handling arrangements. Mrs. Irsik was born Nov. 6, 1919, in Victoria, Kan., to Paul and Anna (Knoll) Sauer. She was married April 20, 1938, in Garden City, Kan., to Ralph C. Irsik, who survives. She also is survived by three sons, Ralph of Colorado Springs; John F. of Georgetown, Texas, and Edward E. of Berthoud; 13 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. A daughter, Mary Jane Whitman of Denver, died in May 1989. Memorial contributions may be made in care of Howard's Mortuary, 1720 Clarkson St., Denver.
Irvin, Evelyn Louise
Evelyn Louise Hobbs Cowan Irvin - Pueblo Chieftain - January 21, 2001 - Evelyn Louise Hobbs Cowan Irvin, 82, born July 16, 1918. Passed away Jan. 20, 2001. Survived by husband, Roy W. Irvin; children, W. Milton (Beverly) Cowan and Kathryn (William) Burdette; grandchildren, Charles Milton Cowan and William Henry Burdette Jr. Also survived by three great-grandchildren; mother, Vera Hobbs; sister-in-law, Betty Draper; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by first husband, Willard Floyd Cowan in 1993; granddaughter, Tracy Nicole Cowan; and brother, Oneal Hobbs Jr. Evelyn was a member of Central Christian Church, ADA Chapter No. 34, Eastern Star, Good Sam's Club and Daughters of the Nile. Cremation, Almont Crematory. Memorial service, Monday, 11:30 a.m. at Central Christian Church.
Jordan Irvin - Pueblo Chieftain - November 03, 2003 - Jordan Irvin passed away Oct. 31, 2003. Survived by wife, Naomi Benjamin Irvin; brother, Orville (Wilma) Benjamin; nieces, Audrey Andrus, Beverly Ausfahl, Mattie Robertson Collins, Viola Westley Davis; nephew, Orville B. Benjamin; second cousin, Richard Whatley; and a host of great nieces and nephews and cousins. Preceded by mother and father, Virginia and Joseph Irvin; siblings, Elizabeth Irvin, Joseph Irvin Jr., Beatrice Westley, Frank Irvin and Eddie Irvin. Jordan was born in Pueblo and graduated from Pueblo public schools. He worked at the Denver Rio Grand Western Railroad in the maintenance department. Viewing, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Funeral, 1 p.m. Tuesday, Imperial Memorial Chapel.
Irvin, Naomi Mina
Naomi Mina Irvin - Pueblo Chieftain - February 15, 2004 - Naomi Mina Irvin, 88, passed away Feb. 12, 2004, in Pueblo, Colo. Naomi was born Sept. 26, 1915, in Pueblo, to Willis and Wilhemina (Mina) Benjamin who preceded her, along with her loving husband of 63 years, Jordan L. Irvin; sisters, Clara Cornell and Eugenia Whisnat; brothers, Paul, Wilbur and Elmer Benjamin. Survived by her brother, Orville (Wilma) Benjamin; nephew, Orville (Rosemary) Benjamin; nieces, Audrey Andrus, Beverly Ausfahl, Paula (Thomas) Broome, Sandra Benjamin, Barbara Jacobson, Beulah Broome and Godria Thrower; and a host of grand- and great-nieces and -nephews. Naomi retired with 20 years of service from the Pueblo Army Depot. She graduated from Central High School, was a member of the First AME church. She was active for many years in the American Legion Auxiliary and the Eastern Star. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Monday, at Imperial Funeral Home Chapel, with interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of food and flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association through the funeral home office.
Nina Irvin - Pueblo Chieftain - February 21, 1986 - Nina Irvin, 93, passed away Feb. 20, 1986. Predeceased by her husband, J. Earl Irvin, in 1954. She was the mother of Kathryn (Leo) Murphy of Santa Fe, N.M., and Jeraldine (Austin) Kochenberger of Pueblo. Also survived by eight grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Member of Eastern Star No. 7, Cactus Rebecca Lodge, Daughters of the Nile and First Baptist Church. Graveside service at 2 p.m. Saturday in Roselawn Cemetery with the Rev. David Horton officiating.
Irvine, Bobby III
Bobby Irvine III - Pueblo Chieftain - October 12, 2000 - Bobby Irvine III, 23, was born in Pueblo, Colo., on Dec. 29, 1976. Bobby went to be with his Heavenly Father on Oct. 6, 2000. Preceded in death by his great-grandparents, Charles and Frances DeLuca. He is survived by father, Robert Irvine II; mother, Luanne (Mike Peek) Irvine; son, Nicolas Boldyreff; sister, Veronica Irvine; brothers, Chuck (Rachel) Irvine and Joshua Irvine; grandparents, Robert (Ruth) Irvine I, Charles (Mary) DeLuca; aunts and uncles, Chip (Debbie) DeLuca, Shawn (Erik) Barola, Amy DeLuca, Tom DeLuca, Clare (Conrad) Orndoff, Jeff Cowling, Lisa (Don) Hoffman, Cindy (Dave) Grever, Scott (Debbie) Irvine, Ruth (Richard) Ayala; and numerous cousins. Bobby graduated from Central High School in 1995. He then joined the Navy and was stationed in Norfolk, Va. Bobby was a Second Class Petty Officer on the USS Enterprise CVN65. Bobby loved the ocean, mountains and Star Trek. Visitation, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Joseph Church at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 13. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. The family will meet immediately following the interment at the Steel City Eagles on 3801 Thatcher.
Jacob Irvine - Colorado Weekly Chieftain - January 9, 1879 - A man named Jacob Irvine, a consumptive, was found dead in his bed at the Commercial hotel yesterday morning. The deceased was a resident of Jamestown, Missouri, and had been in the city about three weeks.
Irvine, James Royal
James Royal Irvine - Pueblo Chieftain - January 30, 1999 - James Royal Irvine passed away on Jan. 28, 1999. He was born March 27, 1906, in Syracuse, Kan., to John Royal Irvine and Ethel Lela Mellison. James retired from CF&I in 1968. Mr. Irvine was preceded in death by his wife, Bess M. (Dunn) Irvine on Dec. 19, 1994. He is survived by his two daughters, Sharon L. (Frank) Griesan of Pueblo and Sandra Irvine of Nashville, Tenn.- five granddaughters, Sue L. (Jeff) McKinstry, Dr. Regan Heusinkveld, Alisa Logan, Jessica Hague and Sarah Logan- five great-grandchildren, Heather Potestio, Kortney Korber, Lauren and Carrie Heusinkveld and Leif Hague. A graveside will be held on Saturday, Jan. 30, 1999, at 11 a.m. in the Imperial Gardens Cemetery with Rev. Ginny Bettendorf of Vineland Methodist Church officiating. The family wishes to thank all the staff at Sharmar Village Care Center.
Irvine, Mary Ellen
Mary Ellen Irvine - Rocky Mountain News - September 27, 1994 - Mary Ellen Irvine, 94, of Denver died Sept. 4 in Wheat Ridge. Services were Sept. 8 at Berkeley Park Chapel. Mrs. Irvine was born Sept. 18, 1899, in Huerfano County. She married Joseph Irvine on Dec. 5, 1917. She was a homemaker. Survivors include a son, John of Westminster; six daughters, Molly Mustard of Davis, Calif., Zelda Gravelle of Denver, Rosemary Mapps of Wheat Ridge, Janet Irvine of Denver, Nancy Morris of El Cajon, Calif., and Nona Metelnicki of Kansas City, Mo.; and a sister, Della Nesbitt of El Cajon.
Irwin, James A.
James A. Irwin - Pueblo Chieftain - November 26, 1945 - Irwin, James A., (died) Saturday, Nov. 24 (1945), hospital. Husband of Nellie Irwin of the home, 157 Idaho. Step-father of Anna Mae Dolman, father of Ethel Irwin of 310 W. Adams, son of Mrs. Mary Irwin and brother of Miss Elizabeth Irwin of 805 Berkley Ave. Private Christian Science services Tuesday, 2 p.m. Davis mortuary chapel. To Roselawn.
Lester Irwin - Yampa Leader - May 25, 1907 - Pueblo - While hunting on the Goodnight ranch, three miles west of here, Lester Irwin, fourteen years old, son of Mrs. James Massey of 712 East Abriendo Avenue, was mortally wounded by his own shotgun, which was accidentally discharged while he was climbing a fence. The charge struck him in the face, neck and chest, and he died two hours later at St. Mary's hospital. Young Irwin, accompanied by two other boys, left Pueblo to spend a few hours hunting along the Arkansas River. He had sighted game in the field and was climbing over a fence when the hammer of his gun struck a post and the gun was discharged, sending the entire discharge into his body.
Irwin, Mary S.
Mary S. Irwin - Pueblo Chieftain - May 24, 2003 - Mary S. Irwin, 85, passed away May 22, 2003. Preceded in death by her husband, Clinton Irwin; and son, Thomas Trujillo. Survived by children, Delma Trujillo, Gilbert (Jean) Trujillo and Albert Quiming; nine grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren. At her request, cremation with no services.
Michael Irwin - Huerfano World – July 27, 2006 – Third Suicide – La Veta suffered its third suicide in three weeks with the death of Michael Irwin, 44. Irwin was the owner of Cuchara Valley Glass. Irwin recently went through a divorce and moved to Stonewall in Las Animas County. According to the Las Animas coroner, Irwin died approximately July 15, and his body was found on July 19. The week before, Jack Britton ended his life while in the last stages of cancer, and the week before that, Leonard “Chip” Jones ended his at home. The odds of three people killing themselves in three weeks from a town of less than 1,000 residents is very small. According to a CDC government website, the probability of suicide for any given person is 0.000046. The probability of one suicide in a town of 1,000 is 1-0.0000461 * (1-0.000046) 999, or 0.0044 percent, and the probability of three suicides in a town of 1,000 are 0.0000463 * (1-0.000046) 997, or 0.00000000001 percent, or 1 percent * 1011.
William Irwin - Huerfano World - June 13, 1991 - This Week in La Veta History - 1914: William Irwin, a resident of La Veta for 28 years, died in Canon City. He is survived by his wife, daughters Lillie Irwin, Mrs. C.E. Hampton, Mrs. A. Lougheed, Mrs. Parson Brown, sons Juan and Charles. [Editor's Note: William Irwin passed away in June 1914. Obituary listed World Independent, June 13, 1914, Page 1.]
Isaac, Earl Louis
Earl Louis Isaac - Pueblo Chieftain - July 25, 2004 - Earl Louis Isaac slipped peacefully from his earthly bonds and went to be with his Lord July 22, 2004. He had been a resident of Pueblo since 1941. Earl Isaac was born Dec. 12, 1915, to Clarence and Dessie Isaac in Mildred, Kan. He left the farm to come to this area for the drier climate, working at local dairies and eventually retiring after 36 years with CF&I. He enjoyed fishing, traveling and camping with the Pueblo Good Sam Clubs. He was active in his church, previous Faith United Methodist church, as head usher. He was active with delivering Meals On Wheels. Earl was an avid family man who always put the needs of others before his own. He was predeceased by his parents; two sisters, Euleta and Margaret; his first wife of 25 years, Mildred Pauline Davis; an infant son, Ronald Earl Isaac; an infant granddaughter, Michelle Reeves; his second wife of 32 years, Phyllis Jacqueline Green; and his third wife of six years, Simone Clarice Foreman; four brothers and a sister survive him, Art (Pauline) Isaac of Mountain Home, Idaho, Bill Isaac of Greenfield, Mo., Don (Dorene) Isaac of Iola, Kan., Larry (Carolyn) Isaac of Lamar, Mo., and Elaine Page of Iola, Kan. His loving marriage of 25 years to Mildred Pauline Davis was blessed with four daughters (and spouses) whom survive, Helen (Lloyd) Collins of Woodland Park, Pauline (Clarence) McDonald of Boulder, Judith (Pete) Ringleman of Eureka, Calif., Brenda (Ron Drew) Reeves of Sedalia; eight grandchildren, Daniel (Marilyn) Collins of Las Vegas, Nev., Sue (Frank) DiRanna of Parker, R. Scott Collins of Woodland Park, Pam McDonald of Shoreville, Minn., Mark (Theresa) Jones of Milwaukie, Ore., Mynde (Paul) Sousa of Napa, Calif., Kim Reeves of Sedalia, Shania Drew of Sedalia, and seven great-grandchildren, Chris Collins of Florence, Justin Schumacher of Woodland Park, Tasha DiRanna of Parker, Belle DiRanna of Parker, Chelsea (Derek) Inman of Nampa, Idaho, Steven Sousa of Napa, Calif., and Ashley Sousa of Napa, Calif. He is also survived by stepchildren (of Phyllis Green) Sharon Henley of Newport, Ore., Deanna Bradford of Depoe Bay, Ore., Dennis Green of Denver; and 13 additional step-grand-and great-grandchildren (of Simone Foreman) Phyllis (Al) Bray of Pueblo, Elsie (Wayne) Henderson of Spokane, Wash., Sharon (Bob) Geise of Blaine, Wash., and Ed VanDerPas of Scottsdale, Ariz. Viewing, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral, 2 p.m. Tuesday at Imperial Chapel. Interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Memorials may be made to the charity of your choice through the funeral home.
Isaac, Kim Li
Kim Li Isaac - Pueblo Chieftain - February 15, 2006 - Kim Li Isaac, 39, of Pueblo, passed away unexpectedly on Feb. 12, 2006. In tribute to a life well lived. You left us too young and too soon; a wonderful mother, daughter, wife, sister and friend. We will love you always. Kim is survived by husband, Dennis Parker; children, Amanda Parker, Vincent Isaac Parker, Victor Isaac Parker and her unborn son; parents, John and Linda Isaac and Bradford and Winifred Pusey; siblings, Jeffrey, Jennifer, Randy, Tom and Cara; and nieces and nephews, Grace, Andrew, Henry and Katie. Viewing from 1 to 3 p.m. today, with funeral service to follow at 3 p.m., at Romero Chapel. Cremation to follow.
Isaac, Lila Marie
Lila Marie Isaac - Pueblo Chieftain - October 12, 2003 - Lila Marie Isaac, 75 years young, former Crowley and Pueblo resident, died peacefully Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2003, at the home she shared with her daughter, Karen; and son-in-law, Bill, in Corpus Christi, Texas, following a short illness. Lila was preceded in death by her loving husband of 48 years, Gerald L. Isaac; two infant daughters, one granddaughter, and one grandson. She was born March 31, 1928, to Joseph W. Robbins and Dollie Perle Johnson Robbins in Louisville, Neb. She came to Colorado in 1945 with her parents; brothers, Kenneth and Ivan; sisters, Lola and Dolores; and fiancé, Gerald. On Dec. 26, 1946, she and Gerald were married in Vernal, Utah. They lived in Rangely and Wiley, Colo., before settling in Pueblo. Gerald and Lila were both graduates of the Licensed Senior Psychiatric Technician program and worked 30 years in that capacity at the Colorado State Hospital. Their many loving and loved friends were co-workers at CSH. Lila's lifetime focus was her family, and her interests all revolved around the family. She loved living the farm life with Gerald in Crowley from 1962 to 1991. She loved gardening, canning, sewing, crocheting, churning butter, working on the land and with the animals. Lila was known by family and friends for her great cooking-especially 'made from scratch' apple pie, homemade egg noodles with roast and mashed potatoes and her special chocolate Karen's cake. Her joy and passion (along with Gerald) were her grandchildren. The families traveled together to many places including Canada, Seattle, Yellowstone, Disney, California, Washington D.C., to name a few, and her most recent trips to Granbury, Texas, for a family Christmas, then to Louisiana and Florida in May 2003, to meet up with her beloved grandson, Steve. She rarely missed an activity of the grandchildren. Whether it was births, graduations, school programs, weddings, ball games, swimming lessons, band/choir concerts, open houses, parties, ROTC events and especially hundreds of tennis matches, Grandpa and Grandma Isaac were always there. Lila leaves many friends and relatives including her two sisters, Dolores Lewis of Missouri, and Lola (Paul) Feldhaus of Washington; and many nieces and nephews. She is survived by two daughters, Kathleen M. Christian and Karen L. Heist; son-in-law, Bill E. Heist; six grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. They are Sean (Tammy) Christian, and Shelby and Shanna, Kelly (Ron) Vollmering, and Scarlett and Tristan, Tara (Tom) Ordish, Eryn (Reginia) Christian, and Ian, Tammy (Wade) Clark, and Cheyenne, and Steven C. Heist. The family extends special thanks for the many prayers, phone calls, and cards sent to Lila during her illness. They gave her great joy. Viewing will be noon to 5 p.m. today; and funeral services will be 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 13, 2003, both to be held at Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Interment will follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens.
Isaac, Olympia Julia
Olympia Julia Isaac - Pueblo Chieftain - July 30, 1998 - Olympia Julia Isaac, 38, died July 26, 1998, from injuries sustained in an auto accident in Wheatland, Wyo. Born on Oct. 29, 1959, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, to the union of Giovanni and Orlene Eremondi, who survive her. She resided in Colorado Springs from 1995-1998. Surivived by her spouse, Rev. Father Peter Isaac, who was the former Rector of St. Michaels Church in Pueblo- children, Desiree Isaac, Elijah Isaac, Jesse Isaac and Rosanna Isaac- brothers, David, Thomas, Timothy and Nicholas Eremondi. Services will be officiated by the clergy of the Rocky Mountain Deanery of the Orthodox Church in America. Divine liturgy, 9 a.m. Friday, July 31, 1998, St. Mary's Orthodox Church in Calhan, 19485 N. Calhan Hwy., with funeral service following. Parastas, 7 p.m. Thursday, July 30, 1998, St. Mary's Orthodox Church in Calhan. Burial, St. Mary's Cemetery in Calhan, Colo. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Andrews Orthodox Church, 298 Bert St., Delta, Colo., 81416. Family contact, Father Nicholas Dotson, 541-3336, or pager No. 279-2771.
Isaac, Simone C.
Simone C. Isaac - Pueblo Chieftain - May 10, 2003 - Simone C. Isaac passed away May 8, 2003, in Pueblo. Simone was born in Aberdeen, Idaho, on Feb. 24, 1913, and had lived in Pueblo since 1986. She was an accomplished seamstress and an active member of Sonrise United Methodist Church. Simone was preceded in death by a husband, Guy Foreman, in 1982. She is survived by her husband, Earl Isaac; children, Phyllis (Al) Bray, Edwin VanDerPas, Elsie (Wayne) Henderson, Sharon (Bob) Giese; a brother, Don (Arlene) Roberts; a sister, Joanne Morris; 13 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Isaac will lie in state at the mortuary on Sunday from noon until 5 p.m. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Monday, May 12, 2003, in the Davis Memorial Chapel. Cremation will follow. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Mrs. Isaac may be made to the Sonrise United Methodist Church Building Fund, direct or through the mortuary.
Isaacson, Alice May
Alice May Isaacson - Colorado Springs Gazette - December 28, 1995 – Alice May Isaacson, 90, a retired co-owner of the Standard Oil bulk plant in Pueblo, died Dec. 24, 1995, in Colorado Springs. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Swan-Law Funeral Home, 501 N. Cascade Ave. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the funeral home's Cascade Chapel. Burial will be in Grand Junction. Mrs. Isaacson was born July 24, 1905, in Rockville, Neb., to Emil and Oline (Olsen) Dwehus. She was married June 12, 1929, in Kearney, Neb., to Ray E. Isaacson, who is deceased. She is survived by ten nieces and nephews. Her brother and three sisters are deceased. Mrs. Isaacson was a graduate of Kearney State Teacher's College. She had been an area resident since 1963 and was a member of First Presbyterian Church and the World Affairs Council. She enjoyed traveling and playing bridge. Memorial contributions may be made to First Presbyterian Church, 219 E. Bijou St., Colorado Springs 80903.
Isaacson, Patricia L.
Patricia L. Isaacson - Pueblo Chieftain - August 11, 2002 - Patricia L. Isaacson, 75, passed away Aug. 8, 2002. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Monday, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. A private inurnment will be held in the Fireside Memorial feature of the Mountain View Chapel Mausoleum.
Isbell, George T.
George T. Isbell - Colorado Daily Chieftain – August 20, 1876 - Whisky And Laudanum – Suicide of George T. Isbell – On Saturday last, George T. Isbell, late of Atchison, Kansas, came to this city. He applied for work at this office and on Monday was set to work as a compositor on the Chieftain. His behavior seemed a little singular, but it was charged to the infirmity of the craft, too much whisky, and but little attention was paid to his queer ways. He was a good compositor, and as long as he was busy at his work had nothing to say to anybody, except to ask necessary questions of his fellow workers. On Wednesday last he seemed to be impressed with the idea that he was about to be arrested for some crime, and talked about what he would do in case he were arrested, saying that he would not be taken alive, etc. On Thursday afternoon he came into the sanctum and told the writer of this article that he had come to Pueblo from Atchison on a railroad pass issued on account of the Inter-Ocean newspaper, and thought that he was about to be arrested for so doing. He seemed to be of the opinion that some of the railroad men were in the business office at that time arranging for his arrest. He stated also that he has been drinking heavily previous to his leaving Atchison. On all other subjects save this one he seemed perfectly sane, and showed no appearance of any inclination to be at all violent. We told him that he need be under no apprehension of being arrested, that the matter was a small one and that he was in no serious danger. He seemed satisfied and returned to his work, apparently much relieved. He had not been drinking at the time. On the same evening he went to see Mr. Bradley, agent of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe, who assured him that the matter was all right and that he was in no danger, whatever, of arrest. On Friday afternoon he again became restless and went out several times. About dark in the evening he went into the residence of Mr. R. Sherman, on Eighth street, and told that gentleman that he had purchased an ounce of laudanum and had swallowed it. He said he was going to be arrested, and asked for materials to write his wife. Mr. Sherman gave him paper and a pencil, and in the meantime sent for a doctor. Isbell then wrote the following: Pueblo, Col. August 18, 1876 – My Dear Wife and Darling Jessie: - I am to be arrested for using a pass James Montandon gave me. Good bye. God bless you. George – Mrs. G.T. Isbell, Atchison, Kansas. After writing this letter, he expressed a desire to lie down, which he did on a lounge in the room. Mr. Sherman told him not to give up in that manner, and the messenger returning with the news that the doctor sent for was not at home, Mr. Sherman and a neighbor raised Isbell up and proceeded to walk him down to the drug store of Drs. Clutter and Richardson. The aid of Policemen Bilby and Royer was called in, and the unfortunate man was kept stirring around. A galvanic battery was also applied, as well as sub-cutaneous injections of atropine. The patient objected strongly to the treatment, but the doctors and their assistants worked manfully to overcome the effects of the poison. All efforts, however, were in vain, and the unfortunate man died about six o'clock in the morning. His relatives in Atchison were immediately notified by telegraph. The deceased had been a compositor on the Atchison Champion for the past two years and was well known to the craft in that section of country. He had at one time been a local writer on some the Leavenworth papers and also on the Lincoln, Neb., Journal. He was apparently about thirty-five years of age. Nothing having been heard from the friends of the deceased his body was buried in the public cemetery yesterday afternoon. The cause of his death was so apparent that the coroner considered an inquest unnecessary.
Isele, Vincent J. Jr.
Vincent J. Isele, Jr. - Pueblo Chieftain - July 01, 2003 - Vincent J. Isele, Jr., 82, was born Oct. 11, 1920, in Memphis, Tenn., and passed away in Pueblo on June 29, 2003. Husband of Eleanor Isele, who preceded him in death on Feb. 25, 1992. He is survived by his daughters, Judith M. (Tony W. "Butch") Wodishek, Pueblo, Dianne M. (Jimmy D., deceased) Newbill, Silt, Sheri A. Isele, Lafayette, and Mary I. (Wayne A.) Overby, Fort Collins, Colo. Grandfather of Mark Wodishek, Christina, Bonnie (Jay Bonser), and Matthew Newbill, Tim and Katie Langhart, and Joey and Kenny Overby. Also survived by great-grandson, Andrew Bonser; brother, John W. (Mary E.) Isele, W. Memphis, Ark.; and stepsisters, Elizabeth "Liz" Morgan, Louisiana, and Martha Tennant of Florida. Preceded in death also by his sister, Shirley Watts. Mr. Isele was a veteran of World War II, having served with the 5th Army Air Corps, 90th B.G. as a navigator. He worked for 40 years with Southern Colorado Power and CENTEL, retiring in January 1986, as manager of engineering. He was a member of the 90th B.G. Association, the 5th Air Force Memorial Association, a life member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and of the Power Engineering Society. He also was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church and the Ecclesia Dei Latin Mass Community, Fountain. Recitation of the rosary, 7 p.m. Wednesday, and funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Thursday, both services at St. Mary Church. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery with military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team. The family respectfully requests the omission of food and flowers. Friends who wish may make donations to the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter or to St. Mary Church in care of the funeral home office. The family may be contacted at the Wodishek residence, 1419 Lane 22.
Thomas "Tommy" Isely - Pueblo Chieftain - June 29, 2005 - Thomas "Tommy" Isely, born Aug. 15, 1946, died of heart complications on Sunday, June 26, 2005, in Alamosa, Colo. At the time of his death, Tommy was a resident at Spencer House in Alamosa, and under the thoughtful care of Valley Hospice Services. A friend to all whom he met, Tommy spent his short life with friends and family in New York, New Jersey and Colorado. He is survived by sisters, Renee Isely Tobin, of Stamford, Conn., Jane Isely Kircher, of Jaroso, Colo., Catherine Isely, of Magog, Canada, and Lisa Binsee of Montreal, Canada; and brothers, Jeter Isely, of Wayne, Pa., and Peter Binsee, of Montreal, Canada. Tommy's parents preceded him in death, in 1954, and 1957. Tommy was a patient of Dr. Bruno Bettelheim, of Chicago, but spent his happiest years with his sisters' homes in Denver, and Alamosa. All who knew Tommy felt his warmth and sincere friendship. While more a child in his development, Tommy could, and would talk to anyone and made friends on airlines, in religious communities, and among a variety of police departments. He had a special fondness for monkeys and teen-aged drivers. The highlight of Tommy's year was his birthday party on August 15th. This was occasionally celebrated four or five times in a summer to accommodate the arrival of family and guests who could number up to 100, depending upon how many of his 5,200 girl friends appeared for the occasion. He will be buried next to his parents in Green Mount Cemetery in Baltimore. A memorial service/birthday party will be held at Spencer House later this summer. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Blue Peaks Development Services, Inc., 703 Fourth Street, Alamosa, CO. 81101. We are grateful for the love and care they gave to Tommy and the vital service they provide to the disabled in our community. Arrangements are in care of Rogers Family Mortuary of Alamosa.
Isenhour, Beverly Charlene
Beverly Charlene Isenhour - Pueblo Chieftain - July 31, 2003 - Beverly Charlene Isenhour, 73, passed away July 29, 2003. Survived by her husband of 50 years, Jack; children, Kathi (Greg) Musso and Steve (Melanie) Isenhour; grandchildren, Krysta Musso and Trystan Isenhour; sister, Barbara Herdman of Scottsdale, Ariz.; nephews and nieces. Preceded in death by her father, Wendell Beach; mother, Honey Glee Beach; and granddaughter, Kayleigh Musso. She was born in Iowa Falls, Iowa, on June 27, 1930. Beverly was a member of Delta Gamma and P.E.O Chapter CI. She was active in politics and served on the Colorado State Hospital Auxiliary, Bel-Nor Republican Women, Easter Seals Board, Service League, Junior League, American Red Cross, Ascension Episcopal Church, P.T.A. and Belmont Swim Club. She taught school in Pueblo District 60. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 2, 2003, at Ascension Episcopal Church, 18th and Grand, with the Rev. Annette Brownlee officiating. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials in Beverly's name may be made to Ascension Episcopal Church through the funeral home.
Isenhour, Kathryn M.
Kathryn M. “Katy” Isenhour - Pueblo Chieftain - November 22, 1991 - Kathryn M. “Katy” Isenhour, 104 died Sunday at Belmont Lodge, where she resided the past eight years. Born July 31, 1887, in Decatur, Ill. Her family moved to Crawford, Neb. where she lived until she married Clarence E. Isenhour, on Nov. 23, 1911. The couple made their home in Scottsbluff, Neb., where he was an agent for Midwest Life Insurance Co. Katy moved to Pueblo 1982. Mrs. Isenhour is preceded in death by her husband of 57 years; her son, Eugene; and four sisters. She is survived by her son, Jack (Beverly) Isenhour; grandchildren, Kathi (Greg) Musso, Steve Isenhour, Mark Isenhour, and Terri Hardy, also survived by several great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Services were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1991, at Benson-Jolliffe Funeral Home in Scottsbluff, Neb. Interment, Fairview Cemetery, Scottsbluff. A memorial has been established at the First United Methodist Church in Scottsbluff.
Isham, Frances C.
Frances C. Isham – Pueblo Chieftain – July 26, 1920 – Isham, Mrs. Frances C., aged 34 years, died July 25, after a lingering illness. She is survived by her husband, Roy I. Isham, a well-known employe of the Rio Grande R. R. She was a member of the Ladies' Auxilliary of the B. of R. T. No. 431. The funeral will take place Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the McCarthy funeral chapel Rev. E. E. Lyons will officiate. Burial will be at Roselawn.
Jack Iskra - Yuma Pioneer - February 4, 1910 - Primero Coal Mine Disaster - Horrible Gas Explosion in Colorado Fuel & Iron Company's Mine - May Be Over 100 Dead - Rescue Workers Find Twenty-Four Dead Bodies and One Man Alive - Primero, Colo., Feb. 1 (Tuesday) - Over 100 men are believed killed by a terrific explosion in the Primero mine of the Colorado Fuel & Iron Company at 4:30 yesterday afternoon. Note: Jack Iskra is listed among the dead of the Primero Mine disaster of January 31, 1910 through the Denver Public Library's collection entitled "Colorado Mining Fatalities." It lists Jack Iskra as an Austrian, age 21, and single. He was working as a miner for Colorado Fuel & Iron, and the cause of death was listed as an explosion of gas and dust. The newspapers list him as Jake Iskra. For complete coverage of this disaster go to: http://www.kmitch.com/Huerfano/primero.html
John Iskra - Yuma Pioneer - February 4, 1910 - Primero Coal Mine Disaster - Horrible Gas Explosion in Colorado Fuel & Iron Company's Mine - May Be Over 100 Dead - Rescue Workers Find Twenty-Four Dead Bodies and One Man Alive - Primero, Colo., Feb. 1 (Tuesday) - Over 100 men are believed killed by a terrific explosion in the Primero mine of the Colorado Fuel & Iron Company at 4:30 yesterday afternoon. Note: John Iskra is listed among the dead of the Primero Mine disaster of January 31, 1910 through the Denver Public Library's collection entitled "Colorado Mining Fatalities." It lists John Iskra as an Austrian, age 28, and married. He was working as a miner for Colorado Fuel & Iron, and the cause of death was listed as an explosion of gas and dust. For complete coverage of this disaster go to: http://www.kmitch.com/Huerfano/primero.html
Lorinda Isley - Huerfano World - March 26, 1992 - Lorinda Isley, 84, of Kingman, KS, died Mar. 17,1992, in Community Hospital in that city. Born Oct. 21, 1907, in Triol, Austria, she was a Kingman resident for most of her life. She was a retired nurse's aide. She married Dewey L. Isley in Pueblo in 1925. He died in 1952. Survivors include a son, Robert, Daly City, CA; a daughter, Marjorie Kinsler, Kingman; three sisters, Milly Morris, Walsenburg; Irma Collier, Kansas City, MO, and Mary Wilhelms, Wilmington, CA; and two grandchildren. Funeral service was Mar. 19 in Kingman. Burial was in Walnut Hill Cemetery in Kingman.
Isley, Mark Thomas
Mark Thomas Isley - Pueblo Chieftain - July 23, 2000 - Mark Thomas Isley, 42, passed away July 21, 2000. Survived by his wife, Pamela Isley; sister, Judy (Bob) Blackmore of Avondale, Colo.; brothers, John (Joyce) Stevenson of Pueblo and Jerry (Selma) Stevenson of Washington; numerous nieces and nephews, including special niece, Jera Luttrell, and special nephew, Mark Jason Wells. Preceded in death by his parents, Alfred and Marjorie Isley. Mark was a member of the BPOE No. 90. Visitation, noon to 7 p.m. Monday and 8 a.m. to service time Tuesday. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Cremation, Imperial Crematory. Donations may be made to the Shriners Children's Hospital through the funeral home in his memory. The family will receive friends at Fifty's West, 4065 Club Manor Drive, following the services.
Al Isringhausen - Pueblo Chieftain - December 18, 1998 - Al Isringhausen, 65, deceased on Dec. 15, 1998. He is survived by his loving wife, Karen- brother, Wayne- his natural children, Mark, Michael, Mary Jo and Patrick. Al's family tree had more branches than a willow, yet was strong as an oak, with stepchildren, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, all of whom were very special to their Poppa." He had been an entrepreneur in several business ventures of his own and a working partner in many others, most recently, Larry's Transmission. There was always a passionate hobby of one type of another in Al's life. It usually entailed taking something old that he could build and restore, such as antique cars or tractors. Service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 19, 1998, at the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with the Rev. Walter Pertain officiating. Family will receive guests at a reception following the service at First Southern Baptist, 301 Cleveland. In lieu of flowers or food, memorials may be made to the American Heart Association in care of the funeral home.
Isringhausen, Patrick L.
Patrick L. Isringhausen - Pueblo Chieftain - March 23, 2005 - Patrick L. Isringhausen, 30, passed away unexpectedly, March 21, 2005. Survived by his mother, Mary Antrim; stepfather, Clyde Antrim; children, Patrick Isringhausen and Ciarra Isringhausen, all of Pueblo; fiancee, Amy Flood of Pueblo; sister, Mary Jo (Steve) Mooring of Pueblo West; brothers, Mark Isringhausen and Michael Isringhausen, both of Pueblo; and nieces, Kendra Groves, Breanna and Tabitha Isringhausen; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and other relatives. Preceded in death by his father, Alphonse Isringhausen, on Dec. 15, 1998; grandparents, Frank and Josephine Croshal, Mary and Wayne Isringhausen. Patrick was born Feb. 7, 1975, in Pueblo, and was a lifetime resident of Pueblo. Member of St. Joseph Catholic Church. He will lie in state at the funeral home from 4 to 7 p.m. today, and from 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday. Funeral service will be held 2 p.m. Thursday, March 24, 2005, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 1145 S. Aspen Road, with the Rev. Father Richard Becker officiating. Interment will follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of food and flowers, those who desire may make memorials to the Patrick and Ciarra Educational Fund, c/o the funeral home.
Y. Ito - Huerfano World - October 31, 1991 - This Week in Walsenburg History - 1909: Y. Ito, a Japanese, was killed by a fall of rock Friday in the Primrose mine. [Editor's Note: Y. Ito passed away October 21, 1909. Obituary listed Walsenburg World, October 28, 1909, Page 1.]
Ituarte, Jesus Manuel Torres
Jesus Manuel Torres Ituarte - Pueblo Chieftain - March 09, 1999 - Jesus Manuel Torres Ituarte, 41, of Walsenburg, died Saturday, March 6, 1999. Survived by his wife, Shirley Torres, Walsenburg; father, Luis Torres Sr.; brothers, Luis (Amelia) Torres, Valle de Allende, Chiquaqua, Ruben (Eva)Torres, El Paso, Texas, Jaime (Paulina) Torres, Francisco (Navi) Torres, Vallede Allende, Chiquaqua; sisters, Rosa Maria Torres, Juarez, Mexico, Letica (Raul) Suvia, Valle de Allende, Chiquaqua; step-children, Joe, Daniel, Connie and Rachel Montez; mother-in-law, Frances Lopez, Walsenburg; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, godchildren, sisters and brothers-in-law. Preceded in death by his mother, Juana Ituarte in 1991. Funeral Mass, St. Mary Church, 7p.m. Tuesday, March 9, 1999, with Father Mark Bettinger officiating. Interment, Plantion Municipal, Valle de Allende, Chiquaqua. Huerfano World - March 11, 1999 - Jesus Manuel Torres Ituarte, 41, of Walsenburg, died March 6, 1999 in Huerfano Medical Center. Born July 6, 1957 in Conception, Chihuahua, Mexico, to Luis, Sr. and Juana Ituarte Torres, he moved to Walsenburg 15 years ago. He worked in the gas department of the City of Walsenburg and with Day Masonry in the construction of the privatized prison in Walsenburg. He was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church and Eagles Aerie #1187. Survivors include his wife, Shirley, of the family home; his father, Luis Torres, Sr.; brothers, Luis Torres, Valle de Allende, Ruben Torres, El Paso, TX, Jaime Torres and Francisco Torres, Valle de Allende; sisters, Rosa Maria Torres, Juarez, Mexico and Letica Suvia, Valle de Allende; step-children, Joe, Daniel, Connie, and Rachel Montez, Walsenburg, mother-in- law, Frances Lopez, Walsenburg; aunts, uncles, nephews, god children, sisters and brothers-in-law. His mother died in 1991. Funeral mass from St. Mary Church. Burial in Planton Municipal Cemetery,
Mary Iuppa - Pueblo Chieftain - October 16, 1999 - Mary Iuppa, went to be with the Lord on Oct. 14, 1999. Survived by her sister, Helen (Clyde) Monnet; two sisters-in-law; and two brothers-in-law; numerous nieces and nephews whom she cherished; and special friend, Mary McKay. Preceded in death by her parents, three brothers and three sisters. She retired as a dedicated teacher from School District 70. She also belonged to Delta Kappa Sorority, American Business Women's Association, and the Retired Teachers Association. Memorial Mass in her honor will be held Saturday, 10 a.m., St. Francis Xavier Church. In lieu of food and flowers, the family respectfully requests donations be made to the American Diabetes Association, 1616 Duke St., Alexandria, Va., 22314 in her memory.
Ivan, John L.
John L. Ivan - Pueblo Chieftain - August 12, 1986 - John L. Ivan, of 904 E, B Street, Aug. 10, 1986. Brother of Stephanie Ivan and Primas Ivan Jr., both of the family home; John Dalfour, Laguna Beach, Calif.; Angie Sepesi, Mary Lest and Sylvia (Kelso) Ivey, all of Pueblo; Margie Lee and Ray Ivan, Hollywood, Calif.; Phyllis Sepesi, Cleveland, Ohio, and Ronald (Conniea) Ivan, Pueblo. Survived also by numerous nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents, Primas Ivan Sr., Jan. 12, 1955, and Josephine Ivan, March 11, 1979. A lifetime resident of Pueblo. Mr. Ivan was a member of Mt. Carmel parish and KSKJ, St. Joseph Lodge No. 7. He was formerly employed by Crews Beggs and White and Davis Department Stores in Pueblo and Kaufman's Department Store in Colorado Springs. He retired from Treasure Chest Reality of Pueblo. He was a veteran of service with the U.S. Army during World War 11 and was a recipient of the Purple Hart. Services, Mt. Carmel Church. Mass of Christian Burial, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and rosary recitation, 9 a.m. Wednesday, Interment, Roselawn. The family will receive friends at the church following the Mass Tuesday evening and at the family home, 904 E. B St.
Ivan, Stephanie J.
Stephanie J. "Fawnie" Ivan - Pueblo Chieftain - March 26, 2004 - Stephanie J. "Fawnie" Ivan, age 94, born Jan. 30, 1910, passed away March 23, 2004. Preceded in death by her parents, Primas Ivan Sr. and Josephine Ivan; sisters, Jean Balfour, Mary Lest, Angie Sepesi, Sylvia Ivey and Phyllis Sepesi; and brothers, John Ivan, Primas Ivan Jr. and Ray Ivan. Survived by her sister, Margie Lee of Hollywood, Calif.; and brother, Ronald W. (Connie) Ivan. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews; and great-nieces and -nephews. Stephanie was a member of the Western Slavonic Association and KSKJ St. Joseph's Lodge No. 7. She was a member of both St. Mary and Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church parishes and was a lifelong resident of the Grove neighborhood. The family would like to extend their thanks to the personnel and residents of Minnequa Medicenter and Child Care Center for their care and concern. Viewing, 8 a.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.
Milo Ivanisivoe - Bayfield Blade - August 31, 1911 - Milo Ivanisivoe, a Russian, was killed by falling under a moving freight train in the Tobasco yards, sixteen miles north of Trinidad.
Iverson, Grant T.
Grant T. Iverson – Pueblo Chieftain - August 01, 1998 - Grant T. Iverson passed away July 30, 1998. Survived by his sister, Jennie Myrand, Dickinson, N.D. - and numerous nieces and nephews. Grant was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Iverson- brothers, Irving and Robert Iverson- and parents. Funeral service, Monday, 11 a.m., George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. Viewing, Sunday, noon to 5, George McCarthy Funeral Home.
Michael Iverson - Colorado Springs Gazette - December 2, 1988 - Springs Man Killed in Pueblo Accident - Pueblo - A construction worker from Colorado Springs was electrocuted when the boom on a truck he was leaning against touched a power line at a construction site in south Pueblo, authorities said. Michael Iverson, 27, was pronounced dead at about 10:30 a.m. Wednesday. Police say Iverson and another man were using the truck to move wallboard for an expansion project at a Safeway store when the boom on the truck touched a 7,620-volt overhead power line. Iverson worked for Pioneer Materials West Inc. of Colorado Springs.
Iverson, William B.
William B. Iverson – Pueblo Chieftain – August 15, 2006 - William B. Iverson, beloved husband, father, grandpa, brother, uncle and friend went to be with the Lord Aug. 13, 2006, after a courageous battle with kidney cancer. Bill was born April 18, 1924, to Fred and Martha Iverson and grew up on a farm near Hitterdal, Minn. He married Ruth E. Mattson on Feb. 14, 1945. They moved to Cutbank, Mont., where their two daughters were born. Bill spent his entire working career as a journeyman plumber beginning in Cutbank, Mont., then Glendale, Calif., and finally in Pueblo, Colo. Bill was a faithful member of Hope Lutheran Church and King of Kings Lutheran Church where he served as a choir member and on various church committees. Bill's lifelong passion was music and he belonged to the local chapter of the Barbershoppers as a charter member for 37 years singing bass in many quartets and choruses. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters and one brother. He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Ruth E. Iverson; two daughters, Kathleen Iverson, Pueblo, and Louise (Brent) Holtcamp, Colorado Springs; two grandchildren, Jorgan and Britta Holtcamp, Colorado Springs; two sisters, Evelyn Wheeler, Moorehead, Minn., Della (Frank) Fredrickson, Phoenix, Ariz.; and one brother, Harold (Margie) Iverson, Fargo, N.D.; as well as many nieces and nephews. Bill will be remembered and missed by family and friends for his wonderful smile and sense of humor, his willingness to help others and his silent strength of character. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service to celebrate Bill's life, 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 17, 2006, King of Kings Lutheran Church. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Bill may be made to the King of Kings Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, 2561 Vinewood Lane, Pueblo, CO, 81005, or to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 1207 Pueblo Boulevard Way, Pueblo, CO, 81005.
Ivey, Helen Toliver
Mrs. Helen Toliver Ivey - Pueblo Chieftain - December 2, 2006 - Mrs. Helen Toliver Ivey, 100, of Pueblo, passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2006, at her home. She was born in Clarksville, Okla., and moved to Pueblo in 1933, after marrying Benjamin Grant Ivey. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Benjamin; son, Norval; daughter, Marjorie Ivey; and 10 siblings. Mrs. Ivey is survived by her daughters, Dorothy Lee, Helena, Ella Mae and Frances; and sons, Winford, Raymond and Benjamin; also survived by numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Mrs. Ivey attended New Hope Baptist Church and was a longtime member. At the family's request, a private service will be held.
Ivey, Maurice Sr.
Maurice “Brick” Ivey Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - July 16, 2002 - Maurice “Brick” Ivey Sr., 91, went to be with the Lord July 15, 2002, in Pueblo, Colo. Born Aug. 11, 1910, in Pueblo to Jessie and Anne Ivey who preceded him; along with his first wife, Edith Ivey; and sisters, Eunice Wilke and Floral Weber. Survived by his loving wife, Willadean Ivey; children, Dolores (Jerry) Ward, Phyllis (Al) Orr and Maurice (Lorene) Ivey Jr.; grandchildren, Doug (Betsy) Ward, Scott (Debbie) Ward, Greg (Val) Ward, Mark (Tina) Orr, David (Sharon) Orr, Maurene (Steve) O'Dorisio and Kristi (Dale) Spinuzzi; 12 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren. He retired in 1972 with 46 years of service as a conductor for the Missouri Pacific Railroad and was a member of Elks BPOE No. 90 and Eagles Aerie No. 145. Memorial service, 9 a.m. Thursday, First Congregational Church. Cremation according to his request. Donations may be made to the First Congregational Church Memorial Fund in his memory.
Ivey, Sylvia E.
Sylvia E. Ivey - Pueblo Chieftain - December 13, 1986 - Sylvia E. Ivey, a lifetime Pueblo resident, late of 822 E. Eighth Street, passed away Dec. 10, 19S6. Mrs. Ivey had worked at Colorado Supply, the PAD, and the Colorado State Hospital, from which she retired. She was a member of the St. Leander Church and was a PERA retiree. She is survived by her husband, Kelse Ivey; one stepson, James Ivey of Galveston, Texas; six sisters, Stephanie Ivan, Angie Sepesi and Mary Lest of Pueblo; Jean Balfour of Laguna Beach, Calif.; Margie Lee of Hollywood, Calif.; and Phyllis Sepesi of Cleveland, Ohio; three brothers, Primas Ivan Jr. and Ronald (Connie) Ivan of Pueblo; and Ray Ivan of Hollywood, Calif.; and numerous nieces and nephews. Mrs. Ivey was preceded in death by her parents, Primas Ivan Sr. in 1955; and Josephine Ivan in 1979, and by a brother, John Ivan in 1986. Services will be held at St. Leander Church, with Mass of Christian Burial at 7 p.m. Sunday and rosary recitation at 10 a.m. Monday. Interment will be in Roselawn Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the church following the mass and rosary.
Mrs. Ivy – Pueblo Colorado Daily Chieftain – August 19, 1875 – There was a sad and sudden death here on Saturday last. Mrs. Ivy, wife of Rev. Ivy, who used to live on the school land at Pueblo. Mrs. Ivy had been ailing for some days, the doctor prescribed salts. But by mistake administered cyanide of potassium. The lady died in less than three hours, the husband and father was absent.
John Izett - Basalt Journal - October 20, 1906 - While standing in front of a mirror, adjusting his necktie and collar, preparatory to starting for work and while apparently in the best of health, John Izett, manager of the St. John & Barnes plumbing establishment at Trinidad, dropped dead of heart failure without a moment's warning in the presence of his wife. Mr. Izett was formerly in business in Denver.
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