Huerfano County, Pueblo County, and Las Animas County, Colorado.
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Mauger, Mark Alan
Mark Alan Mauger - Pueblo Chieftain - October 25, 2005 - Mark Alan Mauger, age 48, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on Oct. 22, 2005. He is survived by his loving wife, Karen, of 25 years; his parents, Bill and Dee of Beulah; his sister, Deanna (Dennis) Day of Casper, Wyo.; his sons, Calvin, Kyle and David (Dawn) of Pueblo; and his beloved grandchildren, Ethan and Tarynn. Mark was a machine-weld shop foreman employed for over 28 years by what is now TTCI in Pueblo and taught welding courses at Pueblo Community College. Being the parent of a cancer survivor, Mark volunteered as a member of the board and performed many services for Dream Weavers. At Mark's request, there will be no public viewing with immediate cremation and a private memorial service to follow. A reception in his memory for his family and friends will be 12:30 p.m. Thursday, at the Fellowship of the Rockies. In lieu of flowers, food and gifts, donations may be made to Dream Weavers in Mark's memory through the funeral home office.
Alex Mauldin - Huerfano World - September 14, 2000 - This Week in La Veta History - 1946: Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Mauldin and baby from Denver attended the family reunion here, which was the first time they were all together since the death of Alex Mauldin 14 years ago.
Maulin, Josie Irene
Josie Irene Maulin – Pueblo Chieftain - January 14, 1990 – Josie Irene Maulin passed away Friday, Jan. 12, 1990. She was born Jun 14, 1905, in Missouri and came to Pueblo in 1948 from LaJunta. She was married to Richard W. Maulin, who preceded her in death in 1977, as did a son Virgil Maulin and two brothers, Russel Cannon and Taylor Cannon. Survived by son Walter D. (Carol) Maulin, Pueblo; daughter, Lillian Seger, Dallas, Texas; seven sisters, Mae Dean Wayt and Genelle Russell, Colorado Springs; Geneva Russell and Vivian Bauske, Clovis, NM; Pauline Elms, Seattle, Wash; Mary Robison and Grace Greathouse, LaJunta; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services, 10 am Monday, First Church of the Nazarene. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.
Mauller, John Jr.
John Mauller Jr. - Florence Citizen - February 16, 1935 - John Mauller Jr. Killed, Three Are Injured In Wreck - Car Crashes Inot Stalled Truck On Third Street At Dusk Friday Evening - Grim tragedy struck the John Mauller family last night when John Mauller Jr., 17, was almost instantly killed while returning home from an errand for his mother. Mauller was killed when his car struck a stalled truck belonging to Tony Moschetti in front of the Moschetti home on East Third street in Rainbow Park at 6:30 Friday evening. John Griffin, 12, who was riding with Mauller when the accident happened is in serious condition at Graves Hospital in Canon City, Tony Moschetti, 55 is also in the hospital badly injured, while Mrs. Tony Moschetti is recovering at home from severe scalp lacerations. The accident happened when Mauller was returning home from a trip to Rainbow Park to buy eggs for his mother. He was driving along Third street toward Florence, and in the dusk, as his car came over a rise in the road, failed to see the stalled truck until too late to avoid striking it. Moschetti was attempting to crank the truck when it was struck, and Mrs. Moschetti was seated in the cab of the truck. The impact of the collision knocked the truck forward crushing Moschetti to the ground, and knocking Mrs. Moschetti down. The two boys in the car were crushed and torn by the terrific impact. Mauller apparently receiving a broken neck and young Griffith a broken foot and head injuries. Moschetti received a broken pelvic bone and a broken hip. Ambulances were summoned from Florence and the injured were brought into town for medical aid. Little John Griffith, unconscious, was first taken to his home, but was later removed to Graves hospital. Moschetti was rushed directly to Graves hospital in Canon City. Mrs. Moschetti was taken to her home and a physician summoned to care for her. The body of John Mauller, who was dead when doctors and ambulances arrived, was taken to a local mortuary. Coroner C.H. Graves, Sr., of Canon City investigated the accident, and ordered an inquest, which will be held at the Holt chapel at 3:30 or 4 o'clock this afternoon. The truck was badly damaged and the Mauller roadster was completely demolished by the force of the collision. John Mauller, Sr., operates the Sinclair Filling Station on East Main street, and was formerly cashier of the Security National Bank of Florence. Moschetti is a well known and successful truck gardener. All of the principals in the tragic accident are well known here, and the entire community was shocked and saddened by the tragedy. John Mauller Jr., had been working with his father at the filling station after school hours, and had a wide acquaintance thru the community. Reports from Graves hospital early this afternoon indicate that both of the injured are better and will recover. Little John Griffith is still in a dazed condition, but has partially regained consciousness. He has not as yet been told of his friend's death. He is suffering from a broken right ankle, face lacerations, and a possible slight brain concussion, Moschetti is suffering from a broken pelvic bone, a broken hip and cuts and bruises about the face. He too is better this afternoon, and while he will be bedfast for several months as a result of the accident, attending doctors do not regard his condition as critical. The dead boy, John Raymond Mauller Jr., was born in Florence on March 11, 1918 and had lived here all his life. Several years ago he was an active member leader in the local troop of Boy Scouts. He was a student at Florence High School, and was employed after school hours and on Saturday at his father's filling station. Besides his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mauller, Sr., he is survived by four sisters Dora Lee, Louise, Mildred and Ruby Mae. Funeral services will be held from the Presbyterian Church at two o'clock Monday afternoon with Rev. James R. Burchfield officiating. Burial will be in Union Highland Cemetery. John Mauller's sisters Married a Telck and a Lewis. Union Highland Cemetery Florence, Colorado Record # 3870 Block # 4H (note see #311) John Raymond Mauller, Jr. birth 1918 Mar 11 Florence, Fremont Co. Colorado death 1935 Feb 15 Rainbow Park, Fremont Co., Colorado
Maura, Rose T.
Rose T. Mauro – Pueblo Chieftain - February 10, 1990 – Rose T. Mauro, 95, died in Walsenburg, February 8, 1990, after a lengthy illness. Born in Trinidad, March 28, 1894, to Ralph and Margaret Niccoli. Married Frank Mauro, Oct. 9, 1909, in Trinidad. They moved to Walsenburg in 1915 where he operated Walsenburg Creamery, and she raised seven children. Member of St. Mary Church, Walsenburg. She was predeceased by her husband Frank, May 2, 1969. Children: Ernest, 1938, Philip, 1987; Frances (Tatsy) Kilmurray, 1989. Living relatives include children: Josephine Kopine, Walsenburg; Frank Mauro, Ojo Caliente, NM; Gerald Mauro, Los Angeles, Calif.; George Mauro, Albuquerque, NM. 13 grandchildren, a niece, and two nephews. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 am Monday at St. Mary Church. Interment, North St. Mary Cemetery. Family respectfully requests the omission of food and flowers. Contributions may be made to St. Mary School.
Carlo Maurello - Pueblo Chieftain - April 4, 1931 - Carlo Maurello, age 36, died Friday evening in the city. He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Tony Pagano, Mrs. Sam Gagliano and Mrs. F. Maurello, all of Pueblo. The body is being cared for by the Geo. F. McCarthy Funeral Home. Announcements later. Pueblo Chieftain April 7, 1931. The funeral of Carlo Maurello will take place Tuesday morning at 9:30 from the chapel of the Geo. F. McCarthy Funeral Home and from Mt. Carmel church at 10 o'clock. Mr. Maurello was a member of the Longmont post of the American Legion. Recitation of the Rosary will take place this evening at 7:30 in the chapel. Pueblo Chieftain - April 7, 1931 - The funeral of Carlo Maurello will take place Tuesday at 9:30 from the chapel of the Geo. F. McCarthy Funeral Home, and from Mt. Carmel church at 10:30. Interment, Roselawn.
Mary Maurello - Pueblo Chieftain - October 21, 1997 - Mary Maurello - Mary went into the loving arms of our Lord, Oct. 19, 1997. Born on June 7, 1912, to the union of Nick and Michelina Appuglise. Mary is survived by her loving husband, Pete, and would have celebrated their 63rd wedding anniversary in November. Survived by daughters, Joan (Tony) Venuto, Margie (John) Lane, all of Pueblo, and Theresa (Carl) Aronson of Portland, Ore. Mary was a loving grandmother to Nick Venuto, John (Kathy) Lane, Lisa (Bruce) Runyan, Pete (Cindy) Venuto, Christy (Sam) DeNardo, Joe (Wendi) Lane, David and Steven Aronson, Kathy Lane and special grandson and granddaughter, David Beard and Kristina Paukune. Mary was a wonderful Nana to her six little great-grandchildren which she adored. Mary is also survived by brother, Louie Appuglise-sister-in-law, Lucy Perricone of California- and special cousins, relatives and many friends. Mary retired from St. Mary-Corwin Hospital in 1978. Mrs. Maurello was a member of St. Patrick and St. Joseph Church parishes, St. Theresa and Fidelity Lodge. She loved to knit and crochet. Her afghans, baby booties and little trinkets were given to others with love. Mary was an avid cook and loved to cook spaghetti for her family every Sunday. She was a hard worker who always thought of herself last. Mary was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and friend to all who knew her. She had a great sense of humor and brought joy to our lives everyday. We will miss you Mae! Rosary, Wednesday, 7 p.m. and funeral Mass, Thursday, 10 a.m., St. Joseph Church. Entombment, Roselawn Mausoleum. Family may be contacted at 1172 S. Supple Circle.
Pete Maurello - Pueblo Chieftain - November 19, 2001 - Pete Maurello went into the loving hands of our Lord Nov. 17, 2001. Pete joins his wife, Mary, the day before their 67th wedding anniversary in heaven. Preceded in death by his father, Tony Maurello; three sisters; and two brothers. Pete is survived by daughters, Joan (Tony) Venuto, Margie (John) Lane, all of Pueblo, and Theresa (Carl) Aronson of Portland, Ore. Pete was a loving grandfather to Nick Venuto, John (Kathy) Lane, Lisa (Bruce) Runyan, Pete (Cindy) Venuto, Christy (Sam) DeNardo, Joe (Wendi) Lane, David and Steven Aronson and Kathy Lane. Pete was a wonderful Papa to his 10 little great- grandchildren, which he adored. He is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Pete was a lifelong resident of Pueblo and a farmer whose heart was always on the St. Charles Mesa. He retired from CF&I in 1974 and spent most of his 30 years in the Ball Mill. Pete was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and friend to all that knew him. He will always be remembered for his hardworking spirit and the gift of giving to others. Nov. 18, 2001, will mark the first day away from work in 93 years! He was a man of great faith. His arms and his home were always open to people in need. Mr. Maurello was a member of St. Joseph's and St. Patrick's Church. The family would like to thank the staff at the Villa Pueblo Nursing Home, St. Mary Corwin hospital and Dr. Christian Hulett for their wonderful and compassionate care. We will miss you, Pete! He will lie in state Monday, noon until 5 p.m. The family will be present for visitation Tuesday, noon until 5 p.m., at the funeral home. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's Church. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. The family respectfully requests the omission of food and flowers.
Robert Maurello - Pueblo Chieftain - November 10, 1986 - Robert Maurello, 96, of Long Beach, Calif., formerly of Trinidad, died Nov. 6, 1986, in Long Beach. He was born April 1, 1890, in Luca, Italy. Mr. Maurello was a prominent retail produce businessman in Trinidad for many years. He is survived by son, Victor J. (Lucille) Maurello of Aurora; daughters, Pearl (Paul) Manno, Santa Barbara, Calif.; Josephine Maurello, Commerce City; Janette (Ralph) Mason, Anaheim, Calif.; daughter-in-law, Rosa Faye Maurello of Pueblo; 19 grand-children, 14 great-grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews. Mr. Maurello was preceded in death by his wife, Lucy, October 1968; sons, Marion J. Maurello in 1968 and Sam Manuel Maurello, September 1961. Visitation, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Mullare-Murphy Funeral Home. The family may be contacted at the funeral home from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday. Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Holy Trinity Catholic Church with the Rev. J. Patrick Walsh, S.J. officiating. Interment, Trinidad Catholic Cemetery.
Mauro, Cora R.
Cora R. Mauro - Pueblo Chieftain - May 25, 1999 - Cora R. Mauro, 98, a lifetime resident of the Vineland area, passed away May24, 1999. Mrs. Mauro retired from the Pueblo Army Depot after many years of dedicated service. She is remembered by her family as an adoring mother and grandmother. Preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, Frank A. Mauro Sr.-son, Frank A. Mauro Jr.- four brothers and two sisters. Survived by daughter, Lucille (Jim) Wilson- daughter-in-law, DarLynn (Leonard Hoody) Mauro- seven-grandchildren-- 15 great-grandchildren- and a very special niece, Rosemary(George) Luby. Visitation will begin on Wednesday at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 28, 1999. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery.
DarLynn Mauro - Pueblo Chieftain - February 25, 2003 - DarLynn Mauro, 69, born Sept. 20, 1933, passed away Feb. 22, 2003. Preceded in death by her husband, Frank A. Mauro Jr.; and brother, Bill Olson. Survived by her children, Ken (Cindy) Mauro, Dana Lisac, Roger (Jennifer) Mauro and Beth (Vic) Maurello; brother, Jim (Phyllis) Olson; and sister-in-law, Chris Olson. Grandmother of Bellavia Mauro (Wesley), Amelia Mauro, Wade (Timmi-Jo) Lisac, Brad Lisac (Michelle), Leann Lisac (Pat), Christopher Mauro, Zachariah Mauro, Zephaniah Mauro, Destiny Mauro, Dayna Mauro, Jeffrey Mauro, Anthony Maurello, Nina Maurello and Anna Maurello. Also survived by a great-grandchild soon to be born in July and as well as numerous other relatives and friends. DarLynn loved the Colorado mountains, her home in South Fork, camping, gardening and flowers and family gathering with Christmas being her favorite day of the year. Viewing, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, at the funeral home. Rosary, 7 p.m. Tuesday, and funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Wednesday, both services held at St. Joseph Church in Blende. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be to the American Cancer Society in DarLynn's memory.
Mauro, Emily Teresa
Emily Teresa Mauro - Pueblo Chieftain - December 28, 1997 - Emily Teresa Mauro, Dec. 26, 1997. Wife of Frank Buck" Mauro, who passed away July 23, 1976. Mother of Barbara B.J." Carlton, Robert (Judy) Mauro, Elaine Gardner, and William Mauro, of the family home, Donald Mauro, Frank (Roberta) Mauro, all of Pueblo. Sister-in-law of Grace Mauro and Louise Mauro of Pueblo. Also survived by 16 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Mrs. Mauro was a lifetime member of St. Therese Parish (Vineland). In 1962 she was the first person in Pueblo to sell potica. She was a multi-talented woman and had many hobbies including oil painting. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday, St. Joseph Church. Interment, Roselawn. Family will receive friends at the family home following the service.
Frank Mauro – Eagle Valley Enterprise – May 4, 1917 – Explosion in Hastings Mine – Note: Frank Mauro is listed among the dead of the Hastings Mine disaster, April 27, 1917. Frank Mauro: Italian, age 40, married with eight surviving children. He was a “roadman” for the Victor-American Fuel Company; cause of death was an explosion due to an open safety lamp. Source: Denver Public Library, "Colorado Mining Fatalities.” Click here: http://www.kmitch.com/Huerfano/hastings.html for in depth coverage of this disaster.
Mauro, Frank S.
Frank S. Mauro - Huerfano World - May 8, 1969 - Frank S. Mauro, Walsenburg Businessman, Civic Leader, Dies - Frank S. Mauro, longtime Walsenburg resident, died Friday at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital in Pueblo after a brief illness. He was 84. Mauro had been in business in Walsenburg for 54 years, organizing the State Brokerage and Manufacturing Co. in 1915. In 1917 he started the Walsenburg Creamery, which still manufactures Mountain Gold dairy products. In 1932 Mauro became president of the Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs Co. in Ojo Caliente, N.M. Also active in civic affairs, he served 10 years on the Walsenburg City Council, was a charter member and former president of the Walsenburg Rotary Club, a life member of Lodge 1086, BPO Elks, a member of the chamber of commerce and of St. Mary Parish. Mauro was born at Grimaldi, Italy, and came to the United States at the age of 12. He and his wife, Rose, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in 1958. He is survived by his widow, six children, including Gerald of Pueblo, Frank S. Mauro Jr. and Mrs. Joseph Kopine, both of Walsenburg. Scripture Rosary Service will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at St. Mary Church of Walsenburg. Celebration of the Mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Monday at the church. Burial will be at North St. Mary Cemetery Monday.
Mauro, Gerald M. Sr.
Gerald M. "Barracuda" Mauro Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - September 19, 2004 - Gerald M. "Barracuda" Mauro Sr., 87, cashed in his chips on Sept. 15, 2004, in Pueblo. Born on May 9, 1917, in Walsenburg, to Frank S. and Rose Mauro, who preceded him in death along with his brothers, Ernest and Phil Mauro; and sister, Frances Kilmurray. Survived by his sons, Gerald M. Mauro Jr., Reggie W. Mauro; his daughters, Mary Jo and Andrea Joy Mauro; brothers, Frank S. Mauro Jr. and George T. Mauro; sister, Josephine M. Kopine; granddaughters, Tessa, Jenna and Kasey Mauro; and numerous nieces and nephews. Gerald was a sophomore at North Carolina State University studying engineering when he was called to duty by his country in 1942. He was a decorated Army veteran of World War II receiving the Silver and Bronze stars and wrote extensive memoirs of his experiences in Europe, Africa, D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge. After the war, Gerald worked at his father's dairy, Mountain Gold Creamery in Walsenburg, was part-owner of Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs in New Mexico, lived in Los Angeles for 20 years where he was a sales manager at the Hansen Chevrolet Co., and was owner of Jerry Mauro Auto Sales in Pueblo. An avid sports fan, Gerald enjoyed playing golf, gin rummy, poker and was a lifetime bridge master. Gerald was a member of the FOE No. 145. Viewing, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 20, 2004, at George McCarthy Funeral Home. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21, at George McCarthy Chapel. Inurnment, Veteran's National Cemetery, Santa Fe, N.M., with military honors. After the funeral service, please join family and friends at Red's Alibi Lounge, 1107 S. Prairie Ave., for a celebration of Gerald's life.
Geraldine (Jeri) Mauro - Pueblo Chieftain - December 28, 2002 - Geraldine (Jeri) Mauro, was born April 7, 1942, and departed this world on Dec. 27, 2002. She was preceded in death by her parents, Helen Lee and Russell Drury; and her father and mother-in-law, Walter and Louise Mauro. Jeri is survived by her husband of 43 years, Walter J. Mauro; her children, Walter J. Mauro Jr. and Cynthia Mauro; and her grandchildren, who affectionately called her “Goo,” Michael A. Mauro, Nicholas A. Fagerstedt, Maranda M. Mauro, John Robert Mauro and Walter Johnathan Mauro. Also survived by her sister, Darlene (Clark) Cord; brothers, James (Beverly) Drury and Jack (Joanne) Drury; sister-in-law, Pat (James) Coyne; and brother-in-law, Thomas (Jo Ann) Mauro; godchildren, Russell J. Drury and Alyssa M. Cuchiara; numerous nieces and nephews; and Jeri's very special friend of 43 years, Patty (Frank) Pryor. Jeri was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Her greatest pleasure in life was making sure her family was happy and well taken care of. She was an accomplished artist providing her family and friends with her paintings filled with her talent and love. Jeri was a beautician for many years. She also worked at St. Mary-Corwin Medical Center, Minnequa Bank and Lawyers Title. Jeri loved to travel. She said the highlight of her life was going to Europe the summer of 2001. She has been in every state in the Continental U.S. and 21 countries. One of her favorite stops was Las Vegas, Nev., where she and her family spent this last Thanksgiving. Rosary, 6 p.m. Sunday, and funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Monday, Shrine of St. Therese. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. The family respectfully requests the omission of food and flowers. Please make donations to the Shrine of St. Therese in her memory. The family may be contacted at the family home.
Mauro, Louise C.
Louise C. Mauro - Pueblo Chieftain - February 03, 2000 - Louise C. Mauro, 86, passed away Feb. 2, 2000. Preceded in death by her husband, Walter A. Mauro in 1995. Survived by her children, Patricia (James) Coyne, Walter J. (Geraldine) Mauro, all of Pueblo, and Thomas M. (JoAnn) Mauro of Denver. Grandmother of James (Roberta) Coyne, Jeffrey (Jean) Coyne, Jackie (Doug) Helzer, Walter J. Mauro Jr., Cynthia Mauro (Jim Martin Jr.), Amy (Jason) Sunahara and Andrea Mauro. Also survived by 11 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded also in death by her parents, two brothers and five sisters. Mrs. Mauro was a member of the Daughters of Isabella, was also active in PTA, serving a term as president, member of the Boys and Girl Scouts, and the Democratic Party where she served as precinct chair and election judge for more than 50 years. She was an avid Yankees and Rockies baseball fan, and enjoyed dancing at Eagles and Elks. Also a member of Altar and Rosary Society and a cancer sewing group at the Shrine of St. Therese. Rosary, Friday, 7 p.m. and funeral Mass, Saturday, 10 a.m., Shrine of St. Therese. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. Those wishing may make contributions to the Shrine of St. Therese Building Fund.
Mariann Mauro - Huerfano World - April 17, 2008 - Mariann Mauro, 84, born April 17, 1923, passed away April 11, 2008. Preceded in death by her grandson Kevin McIntire. She is survived by her loving husband of 68 years, Frank; children, Mick (Toni) Mauro, Gary (Eri) Mauro, Donna (Don) Zinko, Randee (Viron) Huff; eleven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. She was a member of PTA, Library Board, Cub Scouts, 4-H Club, Church groups, Civic League and P.E.O. Mariann enjoyed traveling, antique shows, writing children's books, politics, reading, playing Bridge, history and helping others. She loved spending time with her family and cherished her time with her grandchildren. She was retired from real estate. Mariann was passionate for the causes she embraced. Memorial services will be held on Thursday, April 17, 10 a.m. at George McCarthy Historic Chapel. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Mariann's memory to St. Jude Children's Hospital through the funeral home office. Reception immediately following the services at Latronica's Restaurant, 1143 E. Abriendo Avenue. Funeral arrangements under the direction of George McCarthy Funeral Home.
Mauro, Marilyn June
Marilyn June Mauro - Pueblo Chieftain - October 10, 2004 - Marilyn June Mauro, 54, passed away Oct. 7, 2004. She is preceded in death by her parents, Joseph William “Bill” and Clara Mauro. She is survived by her aunts, Connie Combatto and Rosemary (George) Luby, both of Pueblo; also survived by numerous cousins, family and friends. Marilyn was employed at Pueblo Diversified Industries, and was a member of Shrine of St. Therese Catholic Church. Viewing will be 2 to 5 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Funeral Mass will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2004, at Shrine of St. Therese with interment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery. The family respectfully requests the omission of food and flowers. Family will greet friends and relatives following interment at graveside.
Mauro, Michael A.
Michael “Mike” A. Mauro - Pueblo Chieftain - March 04, 2003 - Michael “Mike” A. Mauro, passed away March 1, 2003. He is preceded in death by wife, Rose J. (Clementi) Mauro; brothers, Sante, Pete, Frank, Ernest “Red,” Louis “Pep” and John Mauro; sisters, Jennie Piastro, Julia Colian, Rose Roop, Ann Rucker and Louise Hough. He is survived by daughter, Bette J. (Lewis A.) Caricato, Brighton, Colo.; two granddaughters, Lisa Caricato, Westminster, Colo., and Pamela (John) Webb, Louisville, Colo.; great-grandsons, Anthony and Nicholas Webb. Also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and special relatives. Mike was a member of the Shrine of St. Therese. He worked for Clementi Truck Line, managed Arapahoe Grocery and assistant manager of a Safeway store. He retired from Safeway in the late 1970s. Mike was a true family man, a devoted husband, father and grandfather. His family will deeply miss him. Visitation, 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, March 6, 2003, at the funeral home. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Friday, March 7, 2003, Shrine of St. Therese with interment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Those who wish may make memorial contributions in memory of Michael A. Mauro to the Odyssey Health Care Hospice, Inc., 2460 W. 26th Ave., Suite 250-C, Denver, CO 80211 or through the funeral home office.
Mauro, Michael F.
Michael F. Mauro - Pueblo Chieftain - October 15, 1997 - Michael F. Mauro, born April 6, 1929, passed away Oct. 13, 1997. Preceded in death by his parents, Floyd and Rose Mauro and his son, Patrick Mauro. Survived by his wife, Margaret- and sons, Mike, Dan (Vonda), Ted and Dave (Tisha) Mauro- sister, Antoinette (George) Guagliardo- grandchildren, Lisa, Ryan, Tiffani, Chris, Danielle, Amy, Marvin, Matthew, Casey, Tyler- and by his great-granddaughter, Cheyenne. Michael graduated from Lakeside Vineland High School in 1947 and attended Pueblo Junior College. He retired from the Pueblo Depot Activity in 1980 with 30 years of service to manage the family farm. He retired from farming in 1994. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Thursday, St. Joseph Church, Blende, with interment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Viewing hours are 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. There will be a dinner for family and friends following the interment at St. Therese Church, Vineland. Arrangements by McCarthy Rose Chapel, 329 Goodnight.
Mauro, Rose Theresa
Rose Theresa Mauro - Huerfano World - February 15, 1990 - Rose Mauro, 95, of Walsenburg, died in Huerfano County Medical Center Feb. 8, 1990, after a lengthy illness. Born in Trinidad Mar. 28, 1894, to Ralph and Margaret Niccoli, she attended school in Hastings near Trinidad. She married Frank Mauro in Trinidad Oct. 9, 1909 and they moved to Walsenburg in 1915 where he operated the Walsenburg Creamery and Ice Plant and she reared seven children. She was a past member of Catholic Daughters of America, Prairie Rangers, Walsenburg Civic League, Woman's Club, a 4-H leader, and several bridge clubs. She was a member of St. Mary Church and the Tabernacle Society. Survivors include a daughter Josephine Kopine, Walsenburg; three sons, Frank Mauro, Ojo Caliente, NM; Gerald Mauro, Los Angeles, CA and George Mauro, Albuquerque, N M; 13 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, a niece and two nephews. Mass of Christian Burial was Monday from St. Mary Church. Burial was in North St. Mary Cemetery. J.M. Antle Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Mauro, S. E.
S. E. Mauro - Yampa Leader - October 3, 1913 - A collision between a motorcycle and an automobile resulted in fatal injuries to S. E. Mauro, a D. & R. G. fireman at Pueblo.
Mauro, Thelma Josephine
Thelma Josephine Mauro - Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph - February 16, 1978 - A rosary will be said for Thelma Josephine Mauro, 42 Villa Drive, Pueblo, at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Evergreen Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Omer Foxhoven officiating. Born in Trinidad March 12, 1913, Mrs. Mauro, 65, died Monday in a local hospital. She had been a resident of Pueblo for the past five years and formerly owned A. C. Market in Weston. She recently had been employed at Bed and Bath Shop in Pueblo. Mrs. Mauro was married to Albert R. Mauro in 1940 in Trinidad. She was a member of Christ the King Catholic Church in Pueblo. She is survived by a son, Albert R. Mauro Jr. of Colorado Springs; a sister, Marguerite Sayers of Colorado Springs; and two granddaughters. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Divine Redeemer Catholic Church with the Revs. James Fox and George Andrews co-celebrants. Entombment will be in Evergreen Park Mausoleum. Evergreen Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Yolanda Mauro - Pueblo Chieftain - November 16, 2002 - Yolanda Mauro passed away Nov. 12, 2002. Services will be held in Spokane, Wash.
Maxson, Warren O.
Warren O. Maxson - Pueblo Chieftain - October 07, 1997 - Warren O. Maxson, born April 22, 1913, passed away on Oct. 6, 1997. Preceded in death by his wife, Edith M. Maxson. Survived by children, Wilma Sanders, Seymore, Mo., Shirley Riley, Ava, Mo., Judith Hall, Pueblo, Colo., James Maxson, Salt Lake City, Utah, Gerald Maxson, Hamilton, Kan., Joan O'Dell, Tekamah, Neb., William Hutt, Minden, Nev., and Phyllis Reifschnider, Carmichael, Calif.- a sister, Ethel Coupland, Omaha, Neb.- and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Cremation, Almont Crematory. At his request, no services will be held. The family may be contacted at 2233 E. Eighth St., No. 227.
Maxwell, Delfinia G.
Delfinia G. Ortega Maxwell - Pueblo Chieftain - August 04, 2001 - Age 63, departed this life Aug. 1, 2001, following a terminal illness. Born Dec. 12, 1937, in Manassa, Colo., she graduated from Lake County High School in Leadville in 1956 and Gamper Institute of Practical Nursing in 1959. She received her associate of applied science degree in August 1974 from the former Southern Colorado State College. She attended the University of Arizona College of Liberal Arts pre-nursing program and received her certificate in 1978. She also attended Prima County Community College in Tucson, Ariz., and received her LPN certificate in October 1981. She retired from nursing with over 33 years' service. Before moving back to Pueblo, Mrs. Maxwell lived in Tampa, Fla., and Tucson, Ariz. She married Paul A. Maxwell in Pueblo on July 14, 1964. Survived by her husband, Paul; daughter and son-in-law, Lydia A. and Joe Wilson; her mother, Mary Ortega; siblings, Jerri (Louie) Madrid, Leonard (Polly) Ortega, Joyce Rivera, Delbert (Patsy) Ortega, Rose (Rudy) Gonzales and Judy Ortega; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends who will miss this grand lady. Mrs. Maxwell is preceded in death by her grandmother, Emilia Sandoval; father, Delfinio Ortega; brothers, Delfinio Ortega Jr., Joseph S. Ortega; sisters, Frances Muniz, Betty Vigil; brothers-in-law, Rudy Romero and Carlos Rivera. Scripture service, 10 a.m. today, Angelus Chapel, Rev. Robert Carden officiating. Entombment, Roselawn.
Maxwell, Helen Louise
Helen Louise Maxwell - Huerfano World - May 29, 2003 - Helen Louise Maxwell, 82, of Walsenburg, died Friday, May 23, 2003, at the Walsenburg Care Center where she had been a resident. Mrs. Maxwell was born on May 10, 1922 in Jenks, OK, to Ashil Delbert and Merola Cantrell Garrison. She is survived by her children, Bill (Sandy) Thurman, Tom (Terry) Thurman, Patricia Cruz and Harriet Louise Risley; sisters, Erma Hirning and Wanda Gay Henderson; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and friends. Preceded in death by her parents and brothers, Clarence and "Sonny Boy" Garrison. Graveside service Tuesday, May 27, 2003, at the Huerfano Masonic Cemetery with Pastor B.J. Worthen officiating.
Maxwell, James Raymond
James Raymond Maxwell - Pueblo Chieftain - July 18, 2001 - James Raymond Maxwell passed away July 12, 2001, in Walsenburg. James was born Dec. 29, 1924, in Pueblo to Ray E. and Edna V. Smith Maxwell, who preceded him in death. He served in the U.S. Navy during WWII and was employed by SRDA. in Pueblo for many years. He is survived by his sister, Joyce Ruth (Walter) Shade of Texas; niece, Linda Keith (Kenneth) Baronski of North Carolina; nephews, Joseph W. (Amy) Schade of Missouri, Jimmy Jay (Kathye) Schade of Texas, Christopher Ray (Kellee Rae) of Pennsylvania; aunts, Flossie E. Maxwell of Florence and B. Darlene Smith of Pueblo; numerous grandnieces, nephews and cousins, including Edna L. Davenport, Charles F. (Stephany) Campbell, Dennis R. (Kymberly) Smith of Pueblo, Donna L. (Robert) Alston of Minnesota and Keith E. (Lucinda) Smith of Texas. Cremation in the Davis Crematory. Inurnment in the family plot in Roselawn Cemetery.
Maxwell, Lucian B.
Lucian B. Maxwell - Colorado Daily Chieftain - August 3, 1875 - Death Of L.B. Maxwell - Lucian B. Maxwell, well known as one of the pioneers of Southern Colorado and New Mexico, died at his residence at Fort Sumner, San Miguel county, New Mexico, on the 16th of July after a long illness. Of him the Cimarron News and Press said: “The deceased had long been prominent in our territorial history, was widely known, and was universally respected and publicly esteemed. His intimate connection with the fortunes and progress of this section of the country where his destiny was cast, and through a period of nearly forty years, --embracing the most pregnant and stirring events preceding and following the memorable war between the government of the United States and the republic of Mexico, --his patriotic acts rendered to his country, his self sacrifices at the time, his subsequent forecast, enterprise, energy, and constantly bestowed noble charities, --all cannot but consecrate the man with almost a sacredness of regard in the remembrance of the unprejudiced, the appreciative, and the grateful among our people. The compeer and associate of St. Vrain, of Carson, of the Bents, of Hatcher, of Jones, of Wooten, of Williams, and a host of early pioneers so well known to and highly estimated by the public – a sharer with them in all the varied experiences of mountaineer life that make a story alone of fearless adventure and perilous daring, and ultimately a success of (at the time) a wild and inhospitable region, his was the deserving merit to endear himself to the popular heart, and even irrespective of race, to win common and universal approbation and respect. Mr. Maxwell was born in the town of Kaskaskia, state of Illinois. When quite a mere child, however, he was removed to St. Genevieve, Missouri, in which later state he is supposed by many to have had his nativity. When about seventeen years of age, in company with the late Kit Carson, he came with Col. Ceran St. Vrain, William, Charles and George Bent, -- the former of the Bents subsequently provisional governor of New Mexico, and murdered in the Taos revolution of 1847, and all now likewise no more, -- to this territory. They were all for some years at the “Old Bent Fort” on the Arkansas river, where the then young Carson and Maxwell, as the regular hunters for that famous trading post, in frequent adventures with surrounding war-like Indian tribes, greatly distinguished themselves, in fact, laid the basis of an afterward national reputation. Their subsequent career as pioneer trappers, and explorers of the before unknown Rocky Mountain ranges – in excursions even to the Pacific slopes, especially as guide to Col. Fremont on the latter's first expedition as pathfinder – are familiar to every reader. Mr. Maxwell left Taos, long his previous place of residence, in 1847, and at the time of the revolution mentioned, and settled at Cimarron. In this place he lived a number of years, improving and beautifying his well known ranch, and contributing to the development of the great mineral wealth and other valuable resources of the Maxwell grant. His sale to the English company of this grant, some few years ago, is also too fresh in the minds of many to require comment. After the sale of this grant, however, he purchased from the government the site of Fort Sumner, then an abandoned military post, and where he has since resided with his family up to the time of his decease. About the year 1848, he intermarried with a daughter of the late Judge Beaubien, of Taos, an affectionate wife and most estimable lady. He leaves several children. He was about 57 years of age at the time of his death. Possessed of large wealth – at one time called the Croesus of the west with a generous heart, liberal disposition, and knowing naught but all kindly sympathies – truly will his friends mourn his loss.
Mary "Elsie" Maxwell - Albuquerque Journal – July 26, 2002 - Mary "Elsie" Maxwell passed away at her residence on Monday, July 22, 2002. Mrs. Maxwell was born to Flavio A. Chacon and Lucinda Martinez Chacon in La Lama, NM on October 25, 1934. Elsie is survived by one son, Arnold L. Maxwell and wife, Karen of Albuquerque; three daughters, Veronica Fastnacht and husband, Paul of Albuquerque, Maxine Maxwell and Jim Beyer of Albuquerque, Ann Maxwell and Zeke Chavez of Rio Rancho, NM; three brothers, Tom Chacon and wife, Lucille of Littleton, CO, Ray Chacon of Denver, CO, Clifford Chacon and wife, Jean of Albuquerque; and one sister, Linda O'Donnell and husband, Fred of Trinidad, CO; eight grandchildren also survive. She was preceded in death by her husband, Arnold L. Maxwell; and one son, Dean Maxwell. From 1964 to 1968, Elsie volunteered at Mesa View Elementary as "Room Mother" for her children's classes and as a helper in the school's cafeteria. From 1968-1974, she volunteered at Casa San Jose with Margaret Gutierrez, helping the unwed mothers with their newborns. It was through that program that Charlie Begay, one of the program's children came to live with the Maxwell's as a foster child for about a year. Then from 1974-1977, she directed the "Guitar Choir" at St. Teresa Church which was 21 members strong and included her four oldest children. In February, 1976, she became the President of the First Legion of Mary at St. Teresa under the direction of Fr. Valentine Young, O.F.M. in 1977, she volunteered at the Grants Health Department and worked under the direction of local nurse, Margaret Bonomo. In 1983, she worked at Grants Health Store. This was where she really increased her interest and knowledge in herbs and their healing properties. On August 15, 1988, she became a Eucharistic Minister under Father Howard's direction and took communion to the sick. Elsie taught CCD, Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, for many years both at home and at St. Teresa School. In 1979, she worked at Kriegler's Deli for about a year as a cook with her daughters, Maxine and Ann and her sister, Linda. From 1992-1999, she was a volunteer and substitute teacher at St. Teresa School where her granddaughters, Vanessa and Sandra attended. Visitation will be from 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. on Friday, July 26, 2002 at Grants Mortuary Chapel. A Rosary will be recited on Friday, July 26, 2002 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church with Father Emeric Nordmeyer, O.F.M. officiating. Funeral Mass will be on Saturday, July 27, 2002 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church. Burial will follow at Grants Memorial Park. Pallbearers include Cpl. Vanessa Maxwell, Sterling Davidson, Fred O'Donnell, Zeke Chavez, Jim Beyer, Ronald Maxwell. Honorary Pallbearers include Sandra Maxwell, Alexandria Maxwell, Mariah Maxwell, Matthew Maxwell, Kristopher Maxwell, Marcus Maxwell, Shannon Shiveley, Dominic Casados, Krystalee Casados, Brian Maxwell, Paul Cordova, Troy Chacon, Paul Fastnacht and Joe Silva. In lieu of flowers, Elsie had requested that donations be made to St. Teresa Catholic School, PO Box 668 Grants, NM 87020.
Maxwell, Max R. Sr.
Max R. Maxwell Sr. - Pueblo Chieftain - October 13, 1997 - Max R. Maxwell Sr. passed away Oct. 11, 1997, in Pueblo. He was born on Feb. 18, 1913, one of 12 children to Elmer J. Maxwell and Abby Ann Frey Maxwell in Hutchinson, Kan., and came to Colorado with his family in 1917. Max was a member of the Sheetmetal Workers Union, and he enjoyed hunting, fishing, and woodworking. He will be remembered as a loving family man and a good neighbor. His survivors include his wife, Flossie- son, Max R. Mick" (Jeanne) Maxwell Jr.- grandchildren, Mary K. Oyster, Linda M. Aranci, Amy L. Bottom- six great-grandchildren, Rhiannon C. Oyster, Danielle Oyster, Levi T. Oyster, Sarah J. Aranci, Nicole E. Aranci, and Catelyn Bottom- five brothers, Walter, Glenn, J.D., Junior and Kenneth Maxwell- one sister, Abby Jane Cline- as well as numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. s will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 15, 1997, in the Davis Memorial Chapel with interment to follow in the Roselawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that contributions in memory of Max be made to the charity of your choice.
Maxwell, Milton P.
Milton Patrick Maxwell - Pueblo Chieftain - June 27, 2003 - Milton Patrick Maxwell, 60, of Pueblo, passed away June 25, 2003. Born March 20, 1943, in Blanca, Colo. Preceded in death by one daughter, Lesta Maxwell Chavez. Survived by his wife and friend, Gloria Maxwell; sons, Everett (Christine) Medina and Milton Maxwell Jr.; daughters, Reetha (Steve) Medina and Gloria Serna; one granddaughter, five grandsons. Viewing, 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, and funeral service, 11 a.m. Monday; both at Romero Chapel. Cremation to follow. Relatives and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall after service.
Maxwell, Mortimer E.
Mortimer E. Maxwell - Pueblo Chieftain - November 17, 1987 - Mortimer E. Maxwell, 64, died Nov. 16, 1987. Graveside service, 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Brookside Cemetery, Rye.
Rose Maxwell - Huerfano World - September 30, 1999 - Rose Maxwell, 84, died at her home in Hutchinson, KS, Sept. 29, 1999. Born in Maitland Feb. 10, 1915 to the late John and Marie Mihalic Zorich, she was a lifetime resident of Walsenburg until moving to Hutchinson in 1994. She married Mike Maxwell Aug. 16, 1937 in Del Norte. He died in 1994. Survivors include a son, Vernon Maxwell, Santa Clara, CA; a daughter, Sharon Ansel of Hutchinson; a brother, Theodore Zorich, Colorado City; two sisters, Elza Hyrick, Buffalo, NY, and Wilma Freeman, Arlington, TX; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. She was a homemaker and a member of United Methodist Church of Walsenburg. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 1 from Boies-Ortega Chapel in Walsenburg. Burial will be the Upper-Huerfano Gardner Cemetery.
May, Carl A.
Carl A. May - Pueblo Chieftain - May 31, 1987 - Carl A. May, 77, May 30, 1987. Survived by wife, Jeanette; son, Leonard Gregory; daughter, Carole Faix; grandchildren, Susan, Shelly, Mark, Christopher, Shea, Eric and Jill; and great-grandson, Timothy. An electrician at Colorado State Hospital, retired in 1974. A founding member of Prairie Avenue Baptist Church and a longtime volunteer driver for the Pueblo Meals on Wheels program. Born Feb. 5, 1910, in Liberty Center, Iowa. A Pueblo resident since 1953. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Tuesday at T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Ted Bridgeman, pastor of Prairie Avenue Baptist Church, officiating, and former pastor of the church, George White, assisting. Friends are welcome to call at the family home, 2426 Ontario, or to pay respects at the funeral home from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. today or until 8 p.m. Monday. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Meals on Wheels, care of SRDA.
Carol May - Delta County Independent – February 17, 2006 – Delta, Colorado - Carol May, formerly of Eastlake and Crawford, died Saturday, Feb. 11, 2006, in New Oxford, Pa. She was 87. Mrs. May graduated from Crawford High School in 1936. She worked for School District 12 in Adams County for 24 years, retiring in 1980. In 1985 she moved to Emmitsburg, Pa., to be close to her daughter. She enjoyed cooking, sewing, gardening and spending time with her family. Mrs. May is survived by a daughter and her husband, Shirley and Don Morris of Emmitsburg, Md.; a stepson and his wife, Donald and Marva Lea of Grand Junction; seven grandchildren, Kirk Morris and his wife Cheryl of Fairfield, Pa., Kristine Kraus and her husband Mike of Oviedo, Fla., Kathi Efland and her husband Steve of Winterspring, Fla., Laurie Fonay and her husband Gary of Hobbs, N.M., Carolyn Brown of La Veta, Greg May of Denver, and Doug May and his wife Chris of Grand Junction; and 15 great-grandchildren. Mrs. May was preceded in death by her husband, Boyd May; three sisters and their husbands, Naomi and Milton Wyatt, Lenna and Frank McQueary and Virginia and Otis Porter; and three brothers, Donald Bear, Lynn Bear and his wife Evelyn and William “Billy” Bear. A funeral service will be held Saturday, Feb. 18, at 10 a.m. at the First Congregational Church of Eastlake. A private interment will be held at a later date at Crown Hill Cemetery in Wheatridge.
May, Jeannette L.
Jeannette L. May - Pueblo Chieftain - September 10, 2004 - Jeannette L. May, 88, was called home by her Lord on Sept. 8, 2004. Born Dec. 2, 1915, in Brilliant, N.M., Jeannette lived most of her adult life in Pueblo, where she served many years as a registered nurse, attending the births of thousands of babies at St. Mary and St. Mary-Corwin hospitals. A founding member of Prairie Avenue Baptist Church, she passes to her final reward secure in the hope of eternal life and joyfully anticipating a reunion with departed loved ones: parents, Andrew and Elizabeth; siblings, Sarah, Ervin and John; and spouses, Leonard and Carl. She leaves to cherish her memory three generations of family, including daughter, Carole Fulton; son, Leonard (Lori) Gregory; grandchildren, Susan, Shelly, Mark, Chris and Shea; and six great-grandchildren. Having experienced world wars, the Great Depression, widowhood and the indignities of advanced age, Jeannette certainly was no stranger to pain and sorrow. But her characteristic wonderful sense of humor, combined with a deep and abiding love of life, accounted for a disposition much more sunny than sad. Recalling the countless mischievous gags and delightful grandma stories, her family smiles, abundantly thankful for the blessing of her life. Visitation, 1 to 5 p.m. Friday, at the funeral home. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 11, 2004, T.G. McCarthy Rose Chapel. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice in her memory.
May, Kenneth K.
Kenneth K. May - Pueblo Chieftain - October 22, 2002 - Kenneth K. May, 88, born Feb. 2, 1914, passed away Oct. 19, 2002. He is survived by his daughter, Judy Dettenrieder; son, Ron May; grandchildren, Kelly Buhlmann, Mike May, Kerry Toomey, Marc Dettenrieder and Bryan Dettenrieder. Kenneth resided in Colorado Springs, Colo., with his wife, June May and family from 1946 to 1988, at which time he returned to Pueblo, where he passed away at his home. He operated Ken's Standard Service on Colorado Avenue and Nevada in Colorado Springs. He loved the mountains of Colorado and enjoyed spending time there. Funeral service, 1 p.m. Wednesday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.
Richard May - Huerfano World - May 24, 1990 - This Week in La Veta History - 1881: Richard May, formerly a resident here, was murdered by Indians in the La Plata country.
May, William K.
William K. May - Pueblo Chieftain - July 21, 2002 - William K. May, 78, passed away July 19, 2002. Survived by his son, Daniel K. May of Palo Alto, Calif.; sister, Maurine (Jim) Marcum of Pueblo; and nephew, Jim (Kathie) Marcum and family of Pueblo. Preceded in death by his parents, Ida and William Hughes May; and brother, Milan May. William was born on Dec. 25, 1923, in Chicago, Ill. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps as a flight officer and glider pilot. William was noted for being the first glider pilot to land on D-Day. Also while serving his country, he received a purple heart. He lived and worked as a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service in Phoenix, Ariz. After retiring, he resided in Batesville, Ark., in the late 1980s moved to Fedhaven, Fla., and in 1996, moved to Pueblo. Member of VFW, Military Order of the Purple Heart and Glider Pilots Association. At his request, there will be no viewing or service. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Inurnment will take place in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, DC.
May, William Robert
William Robert May - Pueblo Chieftain - April 16, 2000 - William Robert May, age 73, of the St. Charles Mesa, passed away April 12, 2000. Survived by his wife of 50 years, Mary Alice May, and his children, Karen (Rick) Harrison, Bob (Jacque) May, Chuck (Anna) May, Debbie (Tony) Frankmore and Dan May. Grandfather of Stephanie May, Wesley and Kendra May and Jacob, Jessica and Joshua Frankmore. Also survived by his sister, Madelyne (Irvin) Thacker; mother-in-law, Minion Gust; sister-in-law, Mildred (Don) Mattingly; brothers-in-law, Riley (Rosie) Gust and Sterling (Katherine) Gust; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, George and Dorothy May. Mr. May was a World War II Army Air Corps veteran, a member of Pueblo Elks No. 90 and was very active in local politics with the Democratic Party. He retired from the CF&I Steel Corporation with 32 years of service. Bob treasured his time with his family and friends, exploring the many trails throughout the county and especially enjoyed puttering in his workshop and attending auctions. At his request, cremation, Almont Crematory. Memorial service, Tuesday, April 18, 2000, 10 a.m., George McCarthy Historic Chapel. In lieu of food and flowers, memorial contributions may be made in his name to the Ronald McDonald House in care of the funeral home office. Family and friends may contact the family at the family home.
Mayber, Claude P.
Claude P. Mayber – Pueblo Chieftain – August 5, 2006 – Claude P. Mayber, passed away Aug 3, 2006, in Pueblo. Claude was born Nov. 12, 1930, in Chickasha, Okla., to William and Patsy Mayber. He was a veteran of the U.S. Marines, having served during the Korean War. He owned and operated Lewis and Mayber Concrete for many years before retiring in 1990. Claude was a generous person who always was willing to help his neighbors and friends and especially enjoyed making people laugh. He was an avid fisherman and hunter and served as a shooting coach for many children. Claude also loved playing the guitar, singing and sharing his homemade wine and jerky with family and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; and his brother, Les. His survivors include his wife of 56 years, Pansy; son, Guy (Tracey) Mayber; daughter, Becky (Brian) Gray; grandchildren, Mikiele, Lexi, Kendra, Mitchell and Blake; brother, Dave (Vivian); sisters, Kitty and Daisey (Wilbur); as well as several nieces, nephews and other relatives. No viewing. Cremation has taken place. Private family interment will be in the Imperial Memorial Gardens. The Mayber family will receive friends from 3 to 7 p.m. Monday, August 7, 2006, at 402 W. Archer Drive in Pueblo West.
Mayber, Muriel Margaret
Muriel Margaret Dent Mayber - Pueblo Chieftain - August 31, 1999 - Muriel Margaret Dent Mayber passed Aug. 29, 1999. Born to the union of Ellen and Howard Dent, Dec. 25, 1911, at Ashland, Ky., and resided in Pueblo since1920. Married Robert L. Mayber June 20, 1934. Member of Christ the King Church, and Christ the King Church Choir, Bishop's Guild, Cenacle of the Blessed Sacrament, and Pueblo Police Women's Auxiliary. Employed by Sears Roebuck, and Belmont Shoe Store, and operated Fountain Drive Inn. Muriel was a devoted wife, mother, sister, and grandmother. Preceded in death by husband-daughter, Jane Ann Mayber- brother, Jack Dent- and sister, Charlene Scott. Survivors include three children, Patricia F. (Kendall) Esgar, Ellen Mayber, both of Pueblo- and son, Robert L. (Jo) Mayber, North Platte, Neb.- sisters, Margie (Bob) Grinstead, Marion Devereaux- and brother, James (Irma) Dent-grandchildren, Ric (Domonica) Esgar, Jacque (Dennis) Zabukovic, Kendall EsgarII, Rob (Sandy) Mayber, Chan Mayber, and Molly Mayber- great-grandchildren, Brandon (Shelly) Esgar, Daneya Esgar, Ryan (Karlie) Zabukovic, Kerstien Zabukovic, and Robby and Cassy Mayber- and one great-great-granddaughter , Laine Zabukovic- special granddaughter, Patricia A. Esgar- and many nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass, 7 p.m. today. Recitation of the rosary, 9:30 a.m. Wednesday with both services at Christ the King Church. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. At her request there will be no viewing. Family will receive friends at the church immediately following the Mass.
Maye, Thelma Elizabeth
Thelma Elizabeth Metz Maye - Pueblo Chieftain - September 30, 1997 - Thelma Elizabeth Metz Maye, age 88, passed away Sept. 28, 1997. Preceded in death by her husband, Lawrence H. Maye. Survived by her daughter, Beverly- and son-in-law, William Flaucher, Monument, Colo. Grandmother of Kenneth, Tyrone, Danielle and Kylene Flaucher. Also survived by her sister, Lucille Walters- brothers, John Metz and Richard Metz, all of Pueblo- and numerous nieces and nephews. Also preceded in death by brother, Earl Metz and sister Lois Ooley. Mrs. Maye was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church, past worthy matron, Melita Chapter, O.E.S., Pasadena, Calif., Daughters of the Nile, Billings, Mont., and past advisor, Rainbow Girls. Cremation, Almont Crematory. , Friday, 10 a.m., Wesley United Methodist Church, Dr. George Elgin officiating. Memorial contributions may be made in her name to the Shriners Crippled Children's Hospital through the funeral home office.
Mayer, Douglas Arnold
Douglas Arnold Mayer - Pueblo Chieftain - August 19, 2000 - Douglas Arnold Mayer of Canon City passed away Aug. 17, 2000. He was born Feb. 5, 1977, in Garden City, Kan. Doug will be remembered for his love of the outdoors, to include hiking, fishing and hunting. He was an avid collector of rocks, trinkets and Mickey Mouse treasures. He is survived by his mother, Emmajean M. (Mark J.) Sullivan, Penrose, Colo.; father, Chris A. (Irene) Mayer, Pueblo West; grandparents, Eileen Mayer-Swallow, Pueblo, and Ray Sullivan, Pueblo; brothers and sisters, John (Alana) Mayer, Wetmore, Colo., Nancy Mayer, Greeley, Colo., and Michael (Patricia) Mayer, Canon City; Christian Brother, Mitch Huey, also of Canon City. Also survived by numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and extended family members and beloved friends. Preceded in death by grandparents, Henry Mayer, Johnnie W. Reese and Mary Louise Reese, and Reta C. Sullivan. Memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, Aug. 21, 2000, at Beaver Park Friends Church, 120 Illinois Ave., in Penrose, Colo., with Chaplain Clinton Langdon officiating. Family will receive friends at a dinner reception to follow in the church basement. Private inurnment to follow at a later date. In lieu of flowers, family respectfully requests donations be made to Parkview Episcopal Medical Center Foundation Third Floor Southwest.
Mayer, Eleanor Constance
Eleanor Constance Mayer - Pueblo Chieftain - September 21, 2002 - Eleanor Constance Mayer, age 86, passed away on Sept. 13, 2002, at the Terrace Heights Care Center in Boulder, Colo. She was born in Ellsworth, Kan., and grew up in La Junta, Colo. She lived most of her life in Pueblo from 1932 to 1995, moved to Longmont, Colo., in 1995, and then to Boulder, Colo., in 1999. For many years she worked as a nurse's aide and served on the Colorado Republican Women's Committee. She had a wonderful spirit and enjoyed visiting family and friends, playing pool, needlework projects and crocheting beautiful afghans. She had an entry in the state fair for many years. Eleanor is preceded in death by her parents, Henry and Beulah Mayer; her sister, Mydra Jane; and brother, Robert. She is survived by her nieces, Sheryl Hoffman, Melinda Endres, Jennifer Greenwood, Heather Mayer; and her nephew, Robert Mayer. Interment will take place at the Fairview Cemetery in La Junta, Colo. Correspondence may be sent in care of Jennifer Greenwood, 2316 Atwood St., Longmont, CO 80501.
Mayer, Ruth L.
Ruth L. Mayer - Pueblo Chieftain - August 10, 1999 - Ruth L. Mayer, 73, lifetime Pueblo resident, passed away Aug. 9, 1999. Ruth was born at home in Undercliffe, Colo., to Robert C. and Lillian Mayer who precede her in death as do her brothers, Henry and Robert Mayer. Survived by her sister, Vivian Mayer of Montrose, Colo., as well as numerous nieces and nephews and extended family. Graveside service will be held Wednesday, Aug.11, 1999, at Roselawn Cemetery. The family may be contacted through Vivian Mayer, 310 Pine View Drive, Montrose, Colo., 81401, phone (970) 249-0991.
Mayer, Tillie A.
Tillie A. Mayer - Huerfano World - June 4, 1998 - Tillie A. Mayer, 80, of Walsenburg, died May 30, 1998 in St. Mary Corwin Hospital where she had been a patient for five days. Mrs. Mayer was born Sept. 15, 1917 in Gordon to Joseph and Louise Mochnik Zupancic. She was a member of St. Mary Church and worked for Dick Abstract Company, the Krier Insurance Agency and the USDA office. She retired from Huerfano Memorial Hospital and recently was a volunteer at Head Start. Survivors include her children, Jim E. Mayer, Raton, NM, and Debra Hudak Elkins, WV; a sister, Eva Balich, Walsenburg; a brother, Edward Zupancic, Denver, grand-children, step grandchildren, a step great-grandchild, nieces and nephews. Memorial service from St. Mary Church was on Wednesday. Cremation. Burial in Roselawn Cemetery in Pueblo.
Vivian Mayer - Pueblo Chieftain - December 23, 2004 - Vivian Mayer died peacefully at home on December 17, 2004. She was born February 8, 1923 at home in Undercliffe, Colorado to Robert C, and Lillian Mayer who precede her in death as do her siblings, Henry, Bob and Ruth Mayer. Vivian was a life-long resident of Colorado who retired from The Pueblo Army Depot where she was a civil servant. Vivian helped to run the Mayer Ranch which was homesteaded by her family in 1888. Vivian then moved to Montrose Colorado to be near her son Bruce Kinion who survives her. She is also survived by 1 grandson, 2 granddaughters, 4 great-grandchildren, 1 great-great-grandson, 2 sister-in-laws, numerous nephews, nieces and cousins who all love her dearly. A Memorial Service will be held at Adrian Comer Garden Chapel on December 26, 2004 at 1:00 p.m. A reception will follow at Grace Community Bible Church, 1405 25th Lane. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to Hospice.
Mayes, Leo Sr.
Leo Mayes Sr. - Huerfano World - April 12, 2007 - Leo Maes Sr. Succumbs - Leo Mayes Sr., loving husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather left this world to be with the Lord on April 9, 2007. Leo was born to Edward and Celedonia Maes on March 23, 1927 in Aguilar. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Ben and Dan Maes, sisters, Alice Rogers, Celia Chavez, Rafaelita Maes and Mary Maes, and great-granddaughter, Mariah Maes, and his faithful and loving pets, Misty and Sam. Leo served in the Armed Forces for several years, which took him overseas to France. Upon his return, he became an agent telegrapher for the Colorado and Southern Railroad and worked at the local train station until his retirement after 44 years of service in 1989. Leo was very active in sports - enjoying baseball, fishing, bowling and most of all golf and especially enjoyed taking an active part in the sports his sons participated in while growing up. Once he could no longer swing a golf club, you could still find him at the Walsenburg Club House playing cards with “the rummy bunch.” Leo loved Walsenburg and considered it a good place to raise his and Sue's children whom he affectionately called “our tribe of Israel.” He was actively involved in his community serving on various city boards and giving 12 years of service as mayor of Walsenburg. He was active in St. Mary's Parish and school, serving as the Grand Knight in the Knights of Columbus. Leo was known for his wit and sense of humor, and those memories will bring smiles and warmness for years to come to the faces and hearts of those who dearly love him. He leaves to cherish his memory, his wife of 63 years, Susie Maes; six sons, Dennis (Donna), Norman, Ed (Elaine), Leo Jr., (Debra), Ken (Kendra) and Robert (Veronica); five daughters, Leona (Dennis) Kendall), Bernadette (George) Langbein), Lori (Stephen King), Dee (Mario Sandoval) and LaVerne Wilaby. Grandchildren left to cherish his memory are: Melissa Maes-Johnson, Lise Maes, Stephanie Thomas and Brandi Martinez, Daniel Maes, Sarah Langbein, Jennica and Leo Maes III, Eric Vigil, Travis and Kourtney Maes, Susan and Lauren Sandoval and Trebor Maes along with 15 great-grandchildren; sisters, Pauline Gallegos and Helen Davidson, and a host of other relatives. Leo was loved dearly by his family and will be missed by all that knew him for the kind and gentle man that he was. Rosary at 7 p.m., Friday, with a memorial mass Saturday at 10 a.m. Both services will be at St. Mary Church, Walsenburg. Interment North St. Marty Cemetery with military honors.
Mayes, Patrick Kendrick
Patrick Kendrick Mayes - Walsenburg World - May 5, 1928 - Patrick Kendrick Mayes, son of G. A. Mayes of La Veta is Dead. One of twin brothers, the sons of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mayes, of La Veta, died at his home there Thursday from complications following scarlet fever. The youth would have been 16 years old on May 26. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mayes; an older brother Fred; his twin brother, Pete; his grandmother, Mrs. Mayes; and an aunt, Mrs. Rita Kincaid, all of La Veta. Funeral services were conducted yesterday at the grave in the La Veta cemetery by the Rev. E. J. Reaves of the Methodist church of La Veta. Benafiel's mortuary directed arrangements. Huerfano World - May 25, 1989 - This Week in La Veta History - 1928: Kendrick ''Pat" Mayes, the 16-year-old twin son of Mr. and Mrs. G.A. Mayes of Cuchara Camps, died of scarlet fever.
Albert Mayfield - Pueblo Chieftain - June 7, 1955 - Albert Mayifeld (sic), of Watts, Calif., died June 4th. Survived by widow, Mrs. Fannie Mayfield, of Watts; mother, Mrs. Mary Mayfield; brother Willie Mayfield, and cousins, Mrs. Ella Stewart and Mrs. Jesse Belle Jones, both of Pueblo. Body will arrive in Pueblo Thursday. Service announcement later. Thursday, June 9, 1955 - Albert Mayfield body will arrive this Thursday. Funeral services Saturday 2 p.m. in our chapel of Remembrance. The Rev. C. L. Martin will officiate. Interment Mountain View Cemetery.
Mayfield, Alice Belle
Alice Belle Mayfield - The Pueblo Chieftain & Star Journal - September 17, 1933 - Mrs. Alice Belle Mayfield at 1333 Cypress St. Sept. 15. Wife of Levi Mayfield, of Pueblo, mother of Mrs. Mattie Oldham of Rye, Mrs. Madge Tonyton, Ft. Scott, Kan.; James Mayfield, Stone City, Grover Mayfield, Devon, Kan., and Guy Mayfield, Shafter, Calif. Sister of Mrs. D. B. Meech, Ft. Scott, Kan., and J. E. Johnson, Devon, Kan. Member of the Methodist church. Services, 10:30 a.m. Monday, Davis Mortuary chapel. To Mountain View.
Mayfield, Everett P.
Everett P. Mayfield - The Pueblo Chieftain - September 14, 1967 - Everett P. Mayfield, late of 524 Cactus, passed away at a local hospital Sept. 13. Husband of Mrs. Fanny B. Mayfield of the family home. Father of Raymond Mayfield, Pueblo, and Louie Mayfield, Memphis, Mich. Grandfather of four. Also survived by three brothers and three sisters. Mr. Mayfield, a Pueblo resident for the past 21 years, was employed as plant operator for the City Water Works. Funeral services will be held 10 a.m., Saturday in Valhalla's Garden Chapel with the Rev. Wm. Seder, Temple Baptist Church, officiating. Interment Pueblo Memorial Gardens.
Mayfield, Fannie B.
Fannie B. Mayfield - The Pueblo Star Journal - June 16, 1971 - Mrs. Fannie B. Mayfield, of 524 Cactus, at local hospital Tuesday. Mother of Louie N. Mayfield, Memphis, Mich.; and Raymond D. Mayfield, Pueblo. Sister of Mrs. Dorothy May Kent; Pittsburg, Kan. Grandmother of Allen and Joey Mayfield, Pueblo, and Joanne and Steve Mayfield, of Memphis, Mich. Resident of Pueblo 25 years. Announcements later. The Pueblo Star Journal; Pueblo, Colorado; Thursday; June 17, 1971 Page 4B; Column 1 Mrs. Fannie B. Mayfield - Funeral service 11 A.M. Friday, Valhalla Comer Garden Chapel; Interment Imperial Memorial Garden.
Mayfield, Grover L.
Grover L. Mayfield - Pueblo Chieftain - April 02, 2003 - Grover L. Mayfield, 60, went to be with the Lord on March 31, 2003. He is preceded in death by his father, Grover Cleo Mayfield. Grover is survived by his mother, Josephine Galbraith; children, Allen (Lori) Mayfield, Kelly Mayfield and Rochelle Mayfield; 14 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. He loved singing and playing music, and was an avid Broncos fan. He also enjoyed spending time with his family. Viewing, 5 to 7 p.m. today, at Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Funeral service, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, April 3, 2003, at Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Interment will take place at Beaver Park Cemetery in Penrose.
Mayfield, James L.
James L. Mayfield - Pueblo Chieftain- January 18, 2002 - Age 86, passed away Jan. 15, 2002. Graveside service, 11 a.m. today at Fort Lyon National Cemetery, Las Animas, Colo.
Mayfield, Janet Elaine
Janet Elaine Mayfield - The Pueblo Chieftain - August 14, 1937 - Janet Elaine Mayfield, at hospital Friday, Aug. 13. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mayfield; sister of Shirley Louise Mayfield, all of the family home, 1725 East Fifteenth street; grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. John Mayfield, Pueblo and Bernard Tahash, Los Angeles, Calif. Services 2 p.m. Saturday. Davis mortuary chapel. To Mountain View.
John Mayfield - The Pueblo Star Journal and Sunday Chieftain - May 21, 1950 - John Mayfield, died May 20 at local hospital. Survived by his wife Mary Mayfield of the family home, 1110 W. Mesa, and two sons, Willie Mayfield of New York City and Albert Mayfield of Los Angeles. Announcements later.
Mayfield, John Henry
John Henry Mayfield - The Pueblo Chieftain - October 16, 1950 - John Henry Mayfield, Sunday, Oct. 15, at the home 1840 E. Fourth. Father of Charles, Raymond and Harold Mayfield; Mrs. Pete Headley and Mrs. Russell Venezio, all of Pueblo; Lester Mayfield, Englewood, Calif. Grandfather of 16 and great grandfather of eight; brother of Mrs. Dora Walker, and Mrs. Amy Claunch, Fort Scott, Kan.; Mrs. Eva Roumbaugh, Melrose, N.M. Mrs. Mattie Scott, Laramie, Wyo.; Clifford Mayfield, Garland, Kan.; and William Mayfield, Schoupa, Kan. Member of the First Church of the Nazarene. A resident of Pueblo since 1922, coming from Holly, Colo. and was a retired farmer. His wife, Sarah Evelyn Mayfield, died Jan. 7, 1949. Services 2 p.m. Wednesday, Davies Memorial Chapel Rev. James S. Barr officiating. To Mountain View.
Mayfield, Levi E.
Levi E. Mayfield - The Pueblo Chieftain - February 22, 1938 - L. E. Mayfield Expires at Ranch - L. E. Mayfield, a resident of Pueblo county for the past 15 years, died Monday at his farm home, five miles north of Stone City. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. C. E. Oldham and Mrs. Clyde Toynton, Rye; three sons, J. W. and G. C. Mayfield of Stone City and J. H. Mayfield of Shater, Calif.; two sisters Mrs. Wilma Bridgese, Crothesville, Ind., and Mrs. Frank Williams, Cove, Ore., 19 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.
Mary Mayfield - The Pueblo Chieftain - July 28, 1961 - Mrs. Mary Mayfield, 1110 W. Mesa, July 27 at the family home. Survived by a son, William Mayfield and cousins; Mrs. Ella Stewart and Mrs. Jessie Belle Jones, all of Pueblo. A resident of Pueblo for 57 years and a member of Bethlehem Baptist Church. Arrangements later. The Pueblo Star Journal and Sunday Chieftain - July 30, 1961 - Page 8A, Column 1 - Mayfield - Mrs. Mary Mayfield. Funeral services Monday 2 p.m. Bethlehem Baptist Church with the Rev. O. B. McClendon, officiating. Interment Mountain View Cemetery.
Mayfield, Phyllis Jean
Phyllis Jean Mayfield - The Pueblo Chieftain - August 28, 1932 - Phyllis Jean Mayfield, the 18-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mayfield, 945 Beulah Avenue, passed away at a local hospital Saturday, August 27. Besides her parents she is survived by grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mayfield, Pueblo, and Bernard Teah of Glendale, Calif. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, August 29, in the chapel of the Davis Mortuary. Rev. R. C. Dunn will officiate. Interment will be at Mountain View Cemetery.
Mayfield, Roy D.
Roy D. Mayfield - The Pueblo Chieftain - May 20, 1944 - Roy D., at home, 626 E. River, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester R. Mayfield; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John Mayfield, Pueblo, and Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Vocke, of Holly, Colo. Arrangements later.
Sarah Mayfield - Colorado Weekly Chieftain - February 7, 1878 - A little girl named Sarah Mayfield was drowned in the Platte at Evans on Thursday. The body floated under the ice and has not been recovered.
Mayfield, Sarah Evelyn
Sarah Evelyn Mayfield - Pueblo Chieftain - January 8, 1949 - Sarah Evelyn Mayfield, Friday, Jan. 7, at her home, 1108 E. 10th. Mother of C. R. Mayfield and H. J. Mayfield, Mrs. Russell Venezio and Mrs. Pete Hadley, all of Pueblo; C. B. Mayfield, La Junta, and Lester I. Mayfield, Compton, Calif. Grandmother of 16 and great-grandmother of seven. Sister of Tom Creamer, Dodge City, Kan; Clarence Creamer, Minneola, Kan.; George and Lon Creamer, Freewater, Ore., and Mrs. Susie Bronson, Pueblo. Member of the First Church of the Nazarene. A resident of Pueblo since 1923. Arrangements later.
Mayfield, Theodore N.
Theodore N. Mayfield - Pueblo Chieftain - August 1959 - Theodore N. Mayfield, August 5. Uncle of Mrs. Russell T. Wirth, with whom he made his home at 1117 Revere Lane, and Duain Steinshouer, Denver. Brother of several. Member of the Masonic and Odd Fellow lodges and the Methodist church, all of Mansfield, Wash. A resident of Pueblo for the past three years. One of the organizers of the Triplex Corp., now of Pueblo. Arrangements later. (That one was Column 2. The next one is from Column 3 and is below his picture.) Theodore N. Mayfield, Triplex Founder, Dies - Theodore N. Mayfield, 87, one of the organizers of the Triplex Corp. of America, along with the late Frank Lamb, died Wednesday at a local hospital. Mr. Mayfield had made his home with his niece, Mrs. Russell T. Wirth, 1117 Revere, since coming to Pueblo three years ago. He was born Oct. 27, 1872, in Kansas. A nephew, Duain Steinshouer, resides in Denver. The deceased was the brother of several. In his former home at Mansfield, Wash., Mr. Mayfield belonged to the Masonic and Odd Fellows Lodges and the Methodist church. Davis Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.
William Mayfield - The Pueblo Star Journal - April 20, 1970 - William Mayfield, lifetime resident of Pueblo, April 18 after a brief illness. Husband of Mrs. Bernice Mayfield of the family home. Father of Mrs. Doris Shealey, San Francisco, Calif.; James Willis, Hampton, Va., and Leon Willis, Pueblo. Brother-in-law of Mrs. Evergene Moore, Colorado Springs, and Cleophas Simpson, Denver. Cousin of Mrs. Jessiebell Jones, Mrs. Ella Steward and Orlando Steward, all of Pueblo. Six grandchildren also survive. He retired from Pueblo Army Depot in September 1965. A World War I veteran; member of NAACP; Steel City Elks Lodge 1564; IBPOE of W; American Legion Post 163, and Bethlehem Baptist Church. Funeral services 2 p.m. Wednesday from the church, with the Rev. F. L. Chandler officiating. Interment, Mountain View. Friends will be received at 1110 W. Mesa.
Abbie Mayhew - Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph – February 18, 1974 - Abbie Mayhew, Rush, Colorado, passed away Sunday evening at a Pueblo hospital. Arrangements later. (Chapel of Memories).
Mayhugh, Mareta L.
Mareta Lorraine Mayhugh - Pueblo Chieftain - March 13, 2002 - Age 90, passed away March 9, 2002. Survived by her daughters, Patricia E. Smith, Colorado Springs, and Elma Jane "E.J." Braukman, Littleton; grandchildren, Cynthia (Tom) Marion and Lynette (John) Glover, both of Puyallup, Wash., and Terri (Rodney) Fannin, Calhan, Colo.; three great-granddaughters; three great-grandsons; two nieces; two nephews; and six grand-nieces and grand-nephews. Preceded in death by her husband, Clay E. Mayhugh, in 1976; brothers, Richard, Murel and Adron Thompson; and sister, Inez Craddock. Born to Elmer and Nina (née Cornell) Thompson on Aug. 24, 1911, in Mineola, Kan. Mareta and Clay were married on April 13, 1935. Mareta served as docent at the Rosemount Museum for 22 years. She was a volunteer for the Genealogy Department at McClelland Library for 15 years and was also a volunteer for Share Colorado. She will lie in state at the funeral home Thursday from 4 to 6 p.m. Funeral service will be held 10 a.m. Friday, March 15, 2002, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, with the Rev. Robert Enck officiating. Interment will follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Those who desire may make memorials to the Rosemount Museum, c/o the funeral home.
Maynard, Alfred D.
Alfred D. Maynard - Pueblo Chieftain - December 15, 2004 - Alfred D. Maynard, 88, passed away Dec. 14, 2004. Al was born July 11, 1916, in Lumberton, N.M., to Luther and Bertha Maynard, who preceded him. He also is preceded by his daughter, Sharon Gene Hamilton (Maynard). Survived by his loving wife of 65 years, Mary Ellen; son, Kenneth David (Anita Darlene) Maynard; son-in-law, David Hamilton; grandchildren, Jeffrey David Maynard, Michelle Lynn (Karl) McCall, Kimberly Pierce (Pat) Schoneck, Tina Darlene (Eric) Smidt; great-grandchildren, Megan Schoneck and Chaz and Shaina Smidt. Visitation, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, and funeral service, 11 a.m. Friday; both at Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery.
Maynard, J. S. (Mrs.)
Mrs. J. S. Maynard - Colorado Daily Chieftain - September 16, 1875 - Mrs. Maynard, wife of Captain J. S. Maynard, says the Tribune, committed suicide at the Grand Central Hotel yesterday by taking strychnine. She died about twelve o'clock, though the evidence goes to show that she took the poison about seven. She was attacked by the usual symptoms of strychnine poisoning soon afterwards, and Dr. Williams, her family physician, was sent for. Mrs. Maynard asked him if he could keep a secret. He answered affirmatively and she then told him she had swallowed the poison. She said she had taken as much as would lie on a five cent piece, and told him that it was useless to make an effort to save her. Other physicians were, however, sent for and every effort was made to relieve her. But all the aid that could be had was of no avail, and she died without leaving any explanation of her conduct. A letter directed to her husband was found under her pillow, and it is quite probable that this will throw some light upon the subject. Captain Maynard left last Wednesday for a place about twenty miles distant from Pueblo, and was consequently absent yesterday. He was telegraphed to and a messenger sent from Pueblo with the dispatch, but no reply had been received up to twelve o'clock last night. Captain Maynard is a stock dealer, and is well known here. Mrs. Maynard was about forty years old and leaves no children.
Maynard, Mary Ellen
Mary Ellen Maynard - Pueblo Chieftain - December 29, 2004 - In loving of Mary Ellen Maynard - Sept. 2, 1920 to Dec. 24, 2004. Preceded in death by her loving husband of 65 years Alfred (Pinky), her daughter, Sharon Hamilton and her parents. Survived by son, Kenneth (Anita); son-in-law, David Hamilton; Grandchildren, Jeffrey Maynard, Michelle McColl (Karl), Kimberly Schoneck (Pat), Tina Smidt (Eric); Great Grandchildren, Megan Schonek, Chaz & Shaina Smidt. She worked for the State Hospital for over 20 years and was a member of Calvary Baptist Church for almost 45 years. Viewing, Thursday Dec. 30, 2004, 10a.m. to 5p.m. Services, Friday Dec. 31, 2004 11a.m. at Imperial Gardens. Interment following at Mt. View Cemetery.
Phyllis “Elaine” Mayne - Pueblo Chieftain - April 10, 2004 - Phyllis “Elaine” Mayne born 2/2/45 Passed away 4/8/04 in the comfort of her home after a short yet courageous battle with Brain Cancer. Elaine touched the lives of everyone she met with her wit, her intelligence, her unique personality and her desire for knowledge. She had a love for her 2 special kittys, birds, gardening and the outdoors. After graduating college in Oklahoma, she volunteered for the Peace Corps, which started a life of extensive travel and curiosity for other cultures. Her last ten years were characterized by her love for Land Title Guarantee Co., the work she did there, and the people she came to know. She was deeply loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
Robert Mayo - Huerfano World - March 31, 1994 - Robert Mayo, 56, died in Pueblo of an apparent massive heart attack Mar. 22, 1994. Born in Pueblo he was married to former Walsenburg resident Jean Sabec. Survivors include his children, Mark Mayo, Pueblo; Bryan Vigna, Pueblo and Robert and Kelli Mayo and Staci Maloney, all of Phoenix, AZ; 12 grandchildren. Funeral was from St. Patrick Church in Pueblo. Burial was in Roselawn Cemetery.
Mayo, William H.
William "Bill" H. Mayo - Pueblo Chieftain - November 02, 1997 - William "Bill" H. Mayo, 35, of Pueblo, passed away Oct. 29, 1997. Born on May 6, 1962, in Pueblo. Preceded in death by his grandfather, Rosco Otis Ramber, 1983- great-grandmother, Ida Jewell Koschke- and grandmother, Emelia Joy Rambo, both in 1995. He was a long-distance truck driver for most of his career, only recently getting his dream job of being off the road with HVH. When not on the road, he loved spending time with his family, fishing, and working in his garage and yard. He is survived by his wife, Terri Mayo- three daughters, Ivory Rose, 10, Olivia Megan, 7, and Emilia Clarise, 2, all of the family home. Also survived by his father, Peter Allen Mayo- and his mother, Belva Jean Mayo of Pueblo- brother, Greg (Sandi) Mayo, Pueblo- sister, Michielle (Raymond) Ortiz, Pueblo West. Survived also by numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, in-laws, friends and co-workers. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him. The family respectfully requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to a trust fund for The Mayo Children" through Pueblo Bank and Trust. to be 10 a.m. Monday, Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Family and friends will gather at 123 Carrillon immediately following the service. Arrangements by Adrian Comer Garden Chapel, 2710 N. Elizabeth.
Jean Mayo-Castello - Pueblo Chieftain - June 21, 2000 - Jean Mayo-Castello, 59, passed away June 20, 2000. Jean was a lifetime Southern Colorado resident, the last 40 years in Pueblo. She worked as a collector at Intermediaries Inc. for 20 years before retiring last year due to health reasons. Her job at the collection agency enabled her to make many acquaintances throughout her career. She is survived by her husband, Rudy Castello; mother, Ellen Tice; sons, Bryan Vigna and Mark (Mary) Mayo along with step-daughter, Kathy (Pete) Gonzales, all of Pueblo. Also survived by loving brothers, Ed (Janice) Sabec of San Antonio, Texas, and Steve (Violet) Tice of Colorado Springs. She was the dear grandmother of Tara Vigna, Lindsey Vigna, Jared Mayo, Kyle Mayo, Zachary Mayo, and Mark Mayo Jr. Jean was very close to her aunts --- Ruth Andreatta and Kay Springer of Walsenburg, along with JoAnn (Ray) Schultz and Betty (Joe) Viola of Pueblo. Godmother of Bridgette Lauricella and special friend of Midge Montgomery and brother-in-law, Frank Bubnich. Preceded in death by her father, Steve G. Tice, in 1993 and husband, Robert E. Mayo, in 1994. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Anyone who was close to Jean knew that she was truly an angel sent to help out everyone in time of need. She always wanted to do whatever it took to make other people happy, and she always looked past the negative and for the silver lining in problems that her family and friends may be having. So many people depended on her because she went out of her way to take care of everyone. She was the rock hard cornerstone of her family, as everyone went to Grandma Jean when they needed something. She loved to cook and often times would cook extra for her friends and family. Despite her severe health problems the past 18 months, she would rather worry about everyone else than complain about herself. It is hard to imagine how anybody could be missed more than Jean, and her family and friends grieve tremendously for her. She will lie in state at the funeral home today from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Funeral Mass will be held 10 a.m. Friday, June 23, 2000, at St. Patrick Church, 226 Michigan, with the Father Edward G. Pettit as celebrant. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Huerfano World - June 29, 2000 - Jean Mayo Castello, 59, of Pueblo, died June 30, 2000. She is survived by her husband, Rudy Castello, Pueblo; her mother, Ellen Tice; two sons, Bryan Vigna and Mark Mayo; two brothers, Ed Sabec and Steve Tice; six grandchildren; four aunts, Ruth Andreatta, Kay Springer, Joan Schultz and Betty Viola and two uncles, Chris and Ben Skarmas. Mass of Christian Burial was from St. Patrick Church in Pueblo. Burial was in Roselawn Cemetery.
Henry Mayor - Huerfano World - October 13, 1910 - Died at Walsen Mines, Colo., on Thursday, Oct. 6, 1910, Henry Mayor, age 49 years, 10 months and 24 days.
Miguel Mayorga – Eagle Valley Enterprise – May 4, 1917 – Explosion in Hastings Mine – Note: Miguel Mayorga is listed among the dead of the Hastings Mine disaster, April 27, 1917. Miguel Mayorga: Mexican, age 29, married with no surviving children. He was a miner for the Victor-American Fuel Company; cause of death was an explosion due to an open safety lamp. Source: Denver Public Library, "Colorado Mining Fatalities.” Click here: http://www.kmitch.com/Huerfano/hastings.html for in depth coverage of this disaster.
Howard Mayse - Huerfano World - November 14, 2002 - In Loving Memory of Our Brother-In-Law Howard Mayse, who died Nov. 13, 2001 and Uncle Joe Vigil, who died Nov. 15, 2001. - Verse - Sadly missed by Tina and Family.
Mazion, Jerry J.
Jerry J. Mazion - Pueblo Chieftain - January 21, 2002 - Jerry J. Mazion, 58, passed away Jan. 18, 2002. Survived by his wife, Rosie Zweber-Mazion; and son, Dan Mazion of the family home; daughters, Tina (Al) Vasques, Pueblo, and Tracy (Drew) Smith, St. Paul, Minn.; stepson, Michael Zweber, Texas; granddaughter, Thea Ose; and sister, Joanne (Al) Cranford. Preceded in death by his parents, Michael and Laura (Mead) Mazion. Born Aug. 10, 1943, in St. Paul, Minn., where he resided until moving to Pueblo in 1985 where he worked for Unisys until retiring in 1995. Member and president of the St. Mary-Corwin Volunteers. A veteran of the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. At his request there will be no viewing. Cremation at the Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A memorial Mass will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Christ the King Church, 1708 Horseshoe, with the Rev. Fr. Tom Adrians as celebrant. Interment will be held at a later date in Minneapolis, Minn. The family will receive friends prior to the service at a dinner reception from 5 to 7 p.m. in the church hall. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made to the American Heart Association or St. Mary-Corwin Volunteers through the funeral home.
Columbine Mazza – Pueblo Chieftain – September 11, 2006 - Columbine “Jackie” Mazza, 75, born May 6, 1931, passed away Sept. 8, 2006. Preceded in death by her daughter, Derna Mazza; and two sisters. Survived by her loving husband of 55 years, Frank Mazza; children, Barbara Thompson, Stephen Mazza, Shawn (Bobby) Blanc; grandchildren, Wayne (Darla) Thompson, Kurt Thompson, Kimberly (Jared) Ferrans, and Taylor Mazza; great-grandchildren; Kayleigh and Brenden Thompson, and Kindal Ferrans; four brothers, two sisters, numerous nieces and nephews, many loving in-laws, and special neighbors. She was a member of Christ the King Parish. She enjoyed going to Cripple Creek with her lifelong friend, Mary Pauletich and loved getting together with her family and spending time with her grandchildren. At her request, cremation. Memorial Mass, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2006, Christ the King Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Arthritis Foundation in her memory through the funeral home office.
Carolina Mazzone – Walsenburg World – March 17, 1922 – Mrs. Carolina Mazzone Dies – Died at Walsenburg, Colo., Wednesday, March 15, 1922, Mrs. Caroline Mazzone of pneumonia. The death of Mrs. Mazzone was very unexpected by the people of the city and by the family itself. Mrs. Mazzone was stricken with the flu which developed into pneumonia, from which she died after only a very short illness. Mrs. Mazzone was born March 18, 1859, and was 62 years, 11 months, and 17 days of age at the time of her death. Funeral services will be at the Catholic Church at 10 a.m., Saturday morning. Walsenburg World – March 21, 1922 – Funeral of Mrs. Carolina Mazzone – The funeral of Mrs. Carolina Mazzone was held at the Catholic Church Sunday morning at 10 a.m. The body was carried from the house to the church thru the ranks of the altar society of which body she was a member. The pall bearers were William Drier, John J. Pritchard, Ernest Krier, John Neilson, Charles Agnes, and Frank Mauro. At the church solemn high mass was held, and Father Licciotti told of the Christian virtues of the deceased in a few, well chosen words. Father Licciotti's remarks were as follows. Eulogy – Let peace come, let him rest in his bed that hath walked in his uprightness. – Isiah 57:2 My Dear Friends: There are occasions in our life when even the expression of sympathy appears to be an intrusion. There is a feeling of sorrow so very deep that even out of pity one thinks better leave the condolence alone. I experience this feeling now, dear friends, when I see sorrowing children and their widowed father gathered round the bier of their beloved mother and wife. Their grief appears too sacred, too intimate and mental to be disturbed. But for the sake of many friends of the family I see 'round me, I feel I must say a few words of sympathy, were it only as a last tribute of respect to one who commanded it so deservedly during life. “Let peace come, let him rest in his bed that hath walked in his uprightness.” These prophetical words contain a very comforting promise for all those who walk in this life the path of justice, of righteousness. A beautiful inheritance and a great reward is in store for them. This promise has been fulfilled in this dear departed mother and wife whose earthly remains are before us. She belonged to those who have walked in their uprightness and who strayed not to the way of evil and perdition. In all her life she was never known otherwise than walking in the justice, love and fear of God. She fulfilled conscientiously and faithfully all her duties, all the demands of her vocation and life. In her home life she distinguished herself by that true love that is ever ready to bring sacrifices; sincere and honest, simple and modest, she was industrious in the care of her family. To her husband and children she was a model of virtue, ever ready with advice and help, ever near to them with her pious prayers. For their sake she would have wished to stay longer with them, but she was used to the will of God in everything during her life, so in the last she submitted herself to the decree of God setting the limit to her life; the hour of parting came and of tears. The mother's place is vacant in the home, but she has an enduring place in the hearts of her grateful children and husband who will never forget her. Our departed friend was a very good Christian, very good catholic (article cut off). Carolina Largosimo - Walsenburg World – March 21, 1922 – Carolina Largosimo was born in Genoa, Italy, March 18, 1859. In February 1877, she was married at Memphis, Tenn., to Charles Mazzone, who was at that time a resident of Walsenburg. The bride and groom came immediately to Walsenburg and have lived in this city ever since. Deceased is survived by her husband, six daughters and two sons. The daughters are Clara Mazzone, Isabel Mazzone, Freida Mazzone and Lena Mazzone, all of Walsenburg; Mrs. William Tressel of Galesburg, Illinois; Ana Mazzone now known as Sister Carmila of the Atchison, Kansas, school of nuns, who is at present teaching school at Adkinson, Nebraska. The sons are C. Victor and Hermann Mazzone of Walsenburg. The children were all present at the funeral, as were also Mr. Wm. Tressel and four children from Galesburg; and three sisters of the deceased. (Article cut off)
Herman Mazzone - Pueblo Chieftain - June 28, 1983 - Herman Mazzone, 80, of Walsenburg, died Saturday evening, June 25, at Presbyterian Hospital in Denver where he had been a patient since May 18. Mr. Mazzone had undergone brain surgery which was complicated by a blood clot. Mr. Mazzone was born in Walsenburg on April 2, 1903. He was reared and educated in Walsenburg having graduated from St. Mary High School. He and Anna Ariano were the first two St. Mary High School students to receive a four year high school diploma. Upon his graduation from high school, Mr. Mazzone went to work for his oldest brother, the late Victor Mazzone in the insurance business and with other members of the Mazzone -family operated the business until he retired on January 1, 1975. Along with insurance, Mr. Mazzone assisted their insurance in income tax service when the Congress first passed the income tax law. He also was bonded and a State of Colorado Bank conservator when it was necessary to audit safety deposit boxes because of the State Inheritance Tax Law. Mr. Mazzone was also interested in civic and social activities of the Walsenburg community. He served as City Councilman and was Mayor of Walsenburg during the years of 1944-1945. He had also been City Clerk. He was a Life Member of Walsenburg Elks Lodge, No. 1086 where he served as Treasurer and the Lodge organist for many years. He had been a Rotarian, as well as a board member of the Walsenburg Golf Club and a member of the Pueblo Country Club, enjoying one of his favorite sports at which he was active until the summer of 1982 when he became ill. He was also a member of St. Mary Church. He is survived by his wife, Christy Kaiser Mazzone, whom he married on September 1, 1921, two daughters, Mrs. Peggy (Eugene) Mintz, Santa Clara, California and Mrs. Annette Ingels, Rancho Bernardo, California, six grand children, six great- grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Wake services will be held 7:00 p.m. St. Mary Church. Huerfano World - June 30, 1983 - Businessman, civic leader Herman Mazzone dies - Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m., Thursday (today) in St. Mary Church for former Walsenburg mayor and prominent businessman and civic leader Herman F. Mazzone. The-80-year-old Mazzone died Saturday evening, June 25, 1983, in Presbyterian Hospital in Denver where he had been a patient since May 18. Born in Walsenburg Apr. 2, 1903, he was reared and educated here graduating from St. Mary High School. After graduation Mr. Mazzone went to work for his oldest brother, the late Victor Mazzone, in the insurance business. With other members of the Mazzone family he operated the business until he retired January 1, 1975. Along with insurance, Mr. Mazzone assisted insurance customers in income tax service when the Congress first passed the tax law. He also was bonded and a State of Colorado bank conservator when it was necessary to audit safety deposit boxes because of the State Inheritance Tax Law. Mr. Mazzone was also interested in civic and social activities of the Walsenburg community. He served as City Councilman and was Mayor of Walsenburg in 1944 and 1945. He had also been City Clerk. He was a life member of Walsenburg Elks Lodge, No. 1086, where he served as treasurer and as organist for many years. He had been a Rotarian, a board member of the Walsenburg Golf Association and a member of the Pueblo Country Club. He was a member of St. Mary Church. He is survived by his wife, Christy Kaiser Mazzone, whom he married September 1, 1921; two daughters, Peggy Mintz, Santa Clara, CA, and Annette Ingels, Rancho Bernardo, CA; six grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Wake service was Wednesday in St. Mary Church. Members of Walsenburg Elks Lodge, No. 1086, will conduct the graveside service at North St. Mary Cemetery. Boies Almont is in charge of arrangements.
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