McGaha, Stella
Stella McGaha - Pueblo Chieftain - October 15, 2003 - Stella McGaha, 80, passed away Oct. 13, 2003. Survived by her children, Raymond (Rita) Jacobs, Rosemary Jacobs, both of Seaside, Calif., David (Sharon) Jacobs of Watsonville, Calif., Eileen Choate, Nancy (Emil) Romero, Charles (Elaine) Jacobs, Maureen (Eddie) Gomez, Alicia (Maclovio Jr.) Martinez and Brian Algien, all of Pueblo, and Monica Abbas (Anthony Gonzales) of Las Vegas, Nev.; grandchildren, Lisa (Jose) Hernandez, Richard, Michael, Becky and Jennifer Jacobs, David (Eloise) Davila, Cyndi (Vincent) Iglesias, Yvette (Larry) Oblander, Christine (Jaime) Gorales, Monica (Thomas) McDonald, David Allen Jacobs, Eddie (Diana) Romero, Felicia (Paul Jr.) Bueno, Anna (Dennis) Rivera, Shirell Jacobs, Keila (Johnathan) Jacobs-Hathaway, Phillip (Erica) Gomez, Andrew Gomez, Kendra Martinez (Jesse Baca), Nick White, Brandi and Ashley Martinez, Ghassan Al-Hilal, Aaron Gonzales (Nicole McCain), and Nathan Gonzales (Desiree Sandoval); 40 great- grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; and sister, Rose Valdez. Also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, other family members and wonderful friends. Preceded in death by her first husband, Sam Jacobs Jr.; second husband, Charles McGaha; parents, James and Lucy Armijo; her grandmother who raised her, Cleofas Quintana Read; and brothers, John and Benny Armijo. Stella was born May 9, 1923, in Arboles, Colo., and was a descendant of George Read, who was one of the original signers of the Declaration of Independence. She was one of the founding members of Las Hermanas and Van Ministries at Holy Family Catholic Church. She was happy to make her Cursillo on Feb. 8, 1981. Stella grew up in Walsenburg, Colo. She lost both of her parents at the young age of 16 and married Sam Jacobs in the same year. Stella resided in the Monterey Bay, Calif., area for many years of her life, which she loved and spoke of frequently. She was a factory worker in the sardine canneries of Cannery Row and Fisherman's Wharf. Living in the Bay area presented some of the most challenging and fondest memories of her life. Stella moved to Pueblo in 1962. She encouraged education and her love of reading to everyone. Stella loved to sing, take long walks and listen to music, especially the Big Band Era. She always looked for the good in people and encouraged kindness and forgiveness. She was a devout Catholic who believed in the power of prayer and held a special place in her heart for Sister Alice, Sister DeChantel and Father Woodward. Stella's greatest love was for her children, and especially her grandchildren. Her eyes and smile illuminated when they walked into a room. She showered them with hugs and kisses and called them her precious angels. Stella loved to cook and was known for her cinnamon rolls, peach cobbler and delicious tortillas. She never wanted anyone to leave her house hungry. Stella will be deeply missed by all who knew her and whose lives she touched. Heaven has gained one of its greatest angels. We love you, Mama. Viewing will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at the funeral home. Rosary will be 6 p.m. today and funeral Mass will be 10 a.m. Thursday; both at Holy Family Church, 2827 Lakeview, with the Rev. Father Jesse Perez as celebrant. Interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery.

McGann, John Wesley
John Wesley McGann - Yampa Leader - September 12, 1910 - Pueblo -With a tablet administered to cure a cold firmly lodged in his throat, John Wesley, the 2-year-old son of Mrs. James McGann, choked to death before the obstruction could be removed.

McGee, Carl Richard
Carl Richard McGee - Pueblo Chieftain - August 28, 1999 - Carl Richard McGee, 89, a former Pueblo and Denver resident, died Aug. 25,1999, in Colorado Springs. Visitation will be held on Sunday, Aug. 29, 1999,from 2 to 6 p.m. at Swan-Law Funeral Directors, 501 N. Cascade Ave. Services will be held on Monday, Aug. 30, 1999, at 2 p.m. at the Lehmberg Chapel, 420N. Nevada Ave. Interment will be at Memorial Gardens Cemetery, 3825 Airport Road at 1 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 30. Carl was born July 28, 1910, in Vernon, Texas. Mr. McGee proudly served his nation during World War II in the U.S. Navy and was a retired Prudential Director, having begun his career in 1965 as a district agent and rapidly working his way to become Director of Agencies of the Western Region. Prior to his retirement, he stepped down from Director to Manager and was instrumental in starting up the Colorado Springs Prudential office, so he could care for his ailing wife, Virginia. Mr. McGee was a50-year member of the Masonic Lodge. Mr. McGee is survived by his wife, Ruth Granfield McGee- two grandchildren, Greg Hobbs and Sherri Arnhold- four great-grandchildren, Dustin, Summer and Autumn Hobbs and Paul Arnhold- two stepdaughters, Cheri Stoker and Carole Thurston- and three step grandchildren, Shannon Larson, Andrea Stoker and Cody Thurston. He is preceded in death by his wife, Virginia McGee- a daughter, Shirley McGee Hobbs- two grandsons, Steve Hobbs and Jeff Hobbs- three brothers, Royce, Clayton and Mac- and two sisters, Jeniveve McGee and Ruth Hubbert.

McGee, Catherine
Catherine McGee – Pueblo Colorado Weekly Chieftain – September 18, 1873 – Fatal and Distressing Accident – Late last Saturday night Mrs. Catherine McGee, mother of the wife of Mr. Nat Kearny, a worthy citizen of the western portion of the city, met with a fearful accident that resulted fatally. She fell down a stairway and died from the injury in a few hours. The deceased was a native of Ireland, for many years a resident of Scotland, and had been twenty-four years in this country and about one year, in Pueblo. This sudden and violent taking away of this venerable lady, who had passed through so many of the storms and so much of the sunshine of this life, was extremely distressing to the family, and their grief was unconsolable. They have, however, the sincere sympathy of many friends in this hour of deep affliction, and the far off friends of the deceased, while they must grieve for loss of the loved one, can have the consolation that her last hours were spent with loving relatives and friends. The services were conducted Sunday evening by the Rev. Mr. Green, of the Episcopal Church, and were peculiarly and beautifully impressing.

McGee, Joseph T.
Joseph T. McGee - Pueblo Chieftain - January 2, 1987 - Joseph T. McGee, 65, of Las Animas, Dec. 31. Peacock, La Junta.

McGee, Margaret
Margaret McGee - Pueblo Chieftain - December 8, 1987 - Margaret McGee was born in Saguache, Colo., and passed away Dec. 6, 1987, in Pueblo. She had resided in Fort Collins for many years and had been a pueblo resident since 1984. Mother of John L. (Gertrude) Pim and Robert Pim; sister of Hester (Bob) Roberts of Durango. Also survived by two grandchildren. Cremation and no local services. Cremains to be interred in Del Norte at a later date.

McGee, Molly Anne
Molly Anne McGee - Pueblo Chieftain - January 26, 2000 - Molly Anne McGee passed away Jan. 21, 2000. She is survived by her husband; children, Robert McGee, California, Randall (Debra) McGee, Brush, Colo., Susan (Pete) Damiani, California, George (Lucie) McGee, California, and Mary Smith, Pueblo; and 12 grandchildren. Predeceased by parents, Robert and Esther Robinson. Service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Park Hill Christian Church. Please note change in place of service. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

McGee, William
William McGee - Pueblo Chieftain - May 18, 1999 - William McGee, 87, longtime Pueblo resident, passed away May 15, 1999, at Fort Lyon Medical Center. He participated in the Normandy Invasion of World War II(June 6, 1945). Retired after 20 years in the U.S. Army Infantry. He is survived by his wife, Mary- children, Calvin, Rosemary, William Jr., Elizabeth, Thomas, James- 13 grandchildren- and one great-grandchild. Predeceased by his son, Douglas. Private at Montgomery &Steward Funeral Chapel, Pueblo.

McGeehan, Hugh
Hugh McGeehan – Carbonate Chronicle – March 31, 1913 – Will Attend Funeral – Mrs. Neal McGee of Pueblo and her two small children arrived in the city yesterday to attend the funeral of Mrs. McGee's brother, Hugh McGeehan, today. The services will take place from his late residence at 702 East Fourth Street at 9 o'clock this morning and from the Church of the Annunciation at 9:30. Carbonate Chronicle – March 31, 1913 – Funeral of Hugh McGeehan – Hugh McGeehan, for twenty-five years a miner in the Leadville district, was buried in St. Joseph's cemetery yesterday morning. Brief services were held at his late residence, 702 East Fourth street at 9 o'clock, with the principal services a half hour later at the Church of the Annunciation, the Rev. Father William J. O'Malley officiating and singing the requiem high mass. Messrs. Dennis Shea, James McHale, William Kelly, John Savage and John Smith acted as pall bearers. Mr. McGeehan had lived for a number of years at 702 East Fourth Street, with his brothers William and Cornelius McGeehan with whom he followed the mining business in this district. A sister of his, Mrs. Neal McGee of Pueblo, also survives him, and was present with her two small children at the services yesterday. The deceased was born in Ireland, but came to Leadville from Scotland where he had sojourned for a year or so. During the past year and a half he had been prevented from mining by the ailment that resulted in his death Wednesday.

McGehee, Opal M.
Opal M. McGehee - Pueblo Chieftain - February 21, 2001 - Born Oct. 31, 1921, in Canon City, went to join her husband on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2001. She attended school in Colorado and went to work at the NYA in Grand Junction, Colo. She then went to work at the Hill Air Force Base in Utah until the end of World War II. She married Lyle McGehee on Sept. 8, 1946, and they made their home in Pueblo, where she worked at Head Start and the Foster Grandparent Program until she retired in 1995. She is predeceased by her loving husband, Lyle, of 52 years; her parents; two sisters; and three brothers. She is survived by her sisters, Edith (Melvin) Walters of Colorado Springs and Wilma (Richard) Hobson of Albuquerque, N.M.; brother, Harvey (Geneva) Franklin of Lakewood; and numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation will be 3 until 6 p.m. Wednesday at Adrian Comer Garden Chapel. Graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 22, 2001, at Imperial Memorial Gardens Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made to the Foster Grandparent Program in Opal's name.

McGehee, Philip Benton
Philip Benton McGehee - The Baton Rouge Advocate - December 06, 1993 - Philip Benton McGehee: Died Sunday evening, Dec. 5, 1993, in Baton Rouge. He was 75, a native of Greensburg and a resident of Baton Rouge. He was a retired from the LSU Campus Police Department and a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. Visiting at Welsh Funeral Home, 6700 Florida Blvd., 8 a.m. until religious services at 10 a.m. Tuesday, conducted by Reader Earnest Harrison. Burial in Greenoaks Memorial Park. Survived by wife, Naomi Morgan McGehee; two sons and daughters-in-law, Philip W. McGehee and Thomas M. and Coy McGehee, all of Baton Rouge; three sisters, Thelma M. GRIFFIN, Baton Rouge, Clarissa M. STONE and Lovie M. HANKS, both of Pine Grove; and a granddaughter, Wendye McGehee, Walsenburg, Colo. Preceded in death by parents, five brothers and three sisters.

McGhee, Charles G.
Charles G. “Chuck” McGhee - Pueblo Chieftain - October 30, 2000 - Charles G. “Chuck” McGhee, 70, of Olney Springs, died Friday, Oct. 26, 2000, at Parkview Hospital in Pueblo. Owner of Pueblo Milk Transport from 1944 until 1995. Survived by wife, Betty, of the home; son, Jim (Linda) McGhee, Olney Springs; sister, Juanita (Clyde) Treat, Las Cruces, N.M.; four grandchildren, Becky McGhee, Philadelphia, Jason (Shana Lee) McGhee, Pueblo, and Tia and Joslynn of Olney Springs; and great-grandchildren, Dalhton and Darrian McGhee, Pueblo. Visitation, 2 until 7 p.m. today at Griffy Family Funeral Home in Fowler. Services, 2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30, 2000, at Griffy Family Funeral Home in Fowler. Burial in Fowler Cemetery. Family prefers memorials to Crowley County Ambulance Fund and may be sent in care of the funeral home.

McGill, Anna Mae
Anna Mae Robinson McGill - Pueblo Chieftain - April 15, 2003 - Anna Mae Robinson McGill, born Sept. 20, 1921, passed away April 14, 2003. Survived by her loving husband of 63 years, James McGill; children, James (Becky) McGill, Richard McGill, Cheryl (Dennis) Caporicci and Doug (Jackie) McGill; grandchildren, Brian (Julie) McGill, Brandon (Yvette) McGill, Aaron McGill, Deanna (Eric) McCoy and Nicholas Caporicci. Also survived by great-grandchild, Sarah; three brothers, Albert (Melanie) Robinson, Robert (Frances) Robinson and Bud (Evie) Robinson as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Cremation, Almont Crematory. Memorial Mass, 1 p.m. Wednesday, Shrine of St. Therese. Private family inurnment. In lieu of food and flowers, donations may be made to the Shrine of St. Therese in her memory.

McGill, Charles Hamilton
Charles Hamilton McGill - Pueblo Chieftain - March 19, 1976 - Charles Hamilton McGill, March 17, 1976, in a local hospital after a long illness. Father of Mrs. Elizabeth J. "Betty" Howlett, Denver, and Mrs. Harlan F. (Gwen) Melvin, Alexandria, Va. Grandfather of J. C. Melvin, Alexandria, C. A. Howlett, Phoenix, Ariz.; Ms. Sharon Rikhoff, Denver, and Miss Cheryl Howlett, Denver. Great-grandfather of Chad A. Howlett, Phoenix. Member of Retired CF & I Club. Born Feb. 10, 1894, in Uniontown, Pa. Pueblo resident since 1912. Employe of the CF & I Steel Crop from 1912 until retiring in 1961 as a master mason. His wife, Sarah G McGill, died Aug. 21, 1975. Graveside services 1 p.m. Saturday at Mt. View Cemetery, with Dr. C. W. Ebbert, Pastor of First Congregational Church, officiating. The body will lie in state, Davis Memorial Chapel until noon Saturday. Friends may call at the family home, 1224 Brown.

McGill, Ernest G.
Ernest G. McGill - Huerfano World - April 16, 1992 - This Week in Walsenburg History - 1914: Ernest G. McGill, manager of the Western Stores at Maitland, committed suicide in a Pueblo hotel. Brandon Bell - April 17, 1914 - Mine Man Ends Life - Ernest McGill Sends Bullet Into His Heart - Victor American Employe Bids Mother Good-bye, Tells Wife of Love, and Hints at Short Accounts - McGill came to Pueblo Friday. He was en route to Denver to confer with officials of the company. He formerly lived here and spent half a day with his parents and six brothers. Saturday morning he left, saying he was going to take an early train to Denver. Instead, he went to a hotel, engaged a room, and after writing three letters to his mother and wife, it is evident that he placed the revolver against his left breast and pulled the trigger. He leaves a widow and two children at Maitland. McGill was considered a most promising young man, who had made good with the corporation by which he was employed. His father is John McGill, 829 South Union avenue. The family expresses the greatest surprise that their son and brother could have been in financial straits, as it was known that he was making a good salary, and he was thought to have been living carefully and making the most of his opportunities. During the afternoon the mail man delivered a letter to Mrs. McGill, the mother. To her surprise, it was from her son, signed “Ernest,” and she was informed in a few words that he desired to be buried in a certain black suit which he had left at home. He closed with, “I wrote Lucille, and insist that she use just as little as possible in putting me away, as she will need all that she can save.” In his letter to his wife, McGill said: “I want you to kiss me on the lips and tell me that you still love me, and that you forgive me all the suffering I have caused my poor wife and children. I am not leaving your [sic] anything but the insurance and some stock, and this is my greatest regret. I owe the company more than I am worth.” Another line says: “My dear wife, how many times I have wished I had taken your advice and behaved myself, for I know now that you really love me. I love you better than I do my own life.”

McGill, Mae A.
Mae A. McGill - Pueblo Chieftain - December 04, 1999 - Mae A. McGill, 74, of Fort Collins, died Nov. 24 at Poudre Valley Hospital. She was born April 12, 1925, in Pueblo to J.W. McGill and Claudine Fink McGill who precede her in death. She graduated from St. Patrick's High School in Pueblo in 1942 and never married. She was a Western Union operator and receptionist for George McCarthy Funeral Home in Pueblo. Member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Pueblo. Survived by brother, Jim McGill, Pueblo; sister, Margaret Dayton, Fort Collins; special friends, Ross and Eva Knittel, Pueblo; and eight nieces and nephews. Memorial Mass, 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Pueblo, Father Edward Pettit officiating. Interment, Valhalla Cemetery, now Imperial Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Pueblo. In lieu of flowers or food, contributions may be made to St. Patrick's Church Building Fund in Pueblo.

McGill, Sarah G.
Sarah G. McGill - Pueblo Chieftain - August 22, 1975 - Sarah G. McGill, August 21, 1975, in a local hospital after a long illness. Wife of Charles H McGill of the family home, 1224 Brown, Mother of Mrs. Elizabeth J (Betty) Howlett, Colorado Springs, and Mrs. Harlan F. (Gwen) Melvin, Alexandria, Va. Grandmother of J. C. Melvin, Alexandria, C. A. Howlett, Phoenix, Ariz.; Mrs. Sharon Rikhoff, Denver, and Miss Cheryl Howlett, Pueblo. Great-grandmother of Chad A. Howlett, Phoenix, AZ, and sister of Mrs. Anna L. Patterson, Connellsville, Pa. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Member of First Congregational Church. Born March 17, 1885, in Dunbar, Pa. Pueblo resident since 1915. Mr. and Mrs. McGill were married July 15, 1915. Graveside services 10 a.m. Monday at Mt. View, with Dr. C. W. Ebbert, officiating. The body will lie in state until 9 a.m. Monday.

McGill, Shirley Jeanne
Shirley Jeanne McGill - Pueblo Chieftain - March 12, 2005 - Shirley Jeanne McGill, 72, passed away March 10, 2005. Preceded in death by her father, Patrick McGill, on Oct. 4, 1985; mother, Myrle Robertson, on Oct. 7, 2004; stepfather, Louis Robertson; and her special companion, Buffy. Survived by her cousins, Mary (Tom) Allen and Dr. Richard (Joyce) Allen; special friends and caretakers, Sandra and Fred Rodriguez; Dr. Christopher and Jeanette Louie, Dr. Stephen and Debbie Vialpando; Mel and Mary Spence; and Don and Elsa Gade. Shirley was born Sept. 3, 1932, in Pueblo. She graduated from Pueblo Catholic High and CU with a master's in special education. She retired from Carlile Elementary School after 34 years with Pueblo School District 60. Shirley loved her students and had their best interests at heart. She was caring and helpful to her students and her many friends. Member of Pueblo Chapter No. 34, OES, Rosemont Auxiliary, Delta Kappa Gamma, CEA-NEA and past president of Alpha Delta Kappa-RHO Chapter. Viewing at the funeral home, 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday. Funeral service, 3 p.m. Monday, March 14, 2005, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Pastor Ray Hawkins officiating. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. As a tribute to Shirley's love for animals, memorials may be made to Animal Welfare or Pueblo Zoo through the funeral home.

McGinn, James I. (Mrs.)
Mrs. James I. McGinn - Huerfano World - August 1, 2002 -This Week in Walsenburg History - 1916: Mrs. James I. McGinn, almost 18, the former Hazel Pett, died in Aguilar.

McGinty, Patricia (Sister)
Patricia McGinty - Pueblo Chieftain - July 12, 1987 - Sister Patricia McGinty, Sisters of Saint Francis, 52, died July 10, 1987. Sister Patricia was born in Evanston, Ill, July 3, 1935, and entered the Rochester, Minn., Franciscan Community in 1955, from St. Juliana Parish, in Chicago, Ill She began teaching in St. Paul, Minn., in 1955 and also taught in Austin, Minn., 1960-1965; in Bogotá, Colombia, 1965-1969; and in Chicago. She celebrated her silver jubilee as a Franciscan sister in 1980. She had served locally as a parish worker at St. Peter Parish in Rocky Ford and had worked in parish ministry in Boone and Avondale since 1980. She was named the parish's pastoral associate in 1986. Sister Patricia is survived by two brothers, Charles (Lori) P. McGinty, Long Grove, Ill, and John J. McGinty of Boone; and by nephews Mike, Tim, Brian, Shannon, and Erin McGinty. A wake will be held between 2 p.m. and 10 p.m. Sunday at St. William's Church in Boone. Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday at Sacred Heart Church in Avondale. Burial will be at St. Vrain Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. William Church, Boone, or Sacred Heart Church, Avondale, c/o Sacred Heart Parish, Avondale 81022.

McGlothlin, Joseph E. M.
Joseph E. M. McGlothlin - Pueblo Colorado - January 1980 - Joseph E. M. McGlothlin, late of 1702 Keeler [Pueblo, Pueblo County], passed away Monday [Jan. 15, 1980] after a lengthy illness. Mr. McGlothlin was born May 4, 1898 in Hillside [Fremont County] and worked for CF&I Steel Corp. from 1918 until 1923, then worked for the D&RG Railroad as an engineer. He was married to Mary P. Sanders, Sept. 12, 1955. He was a member of Locomotive Engineers Local No. 29. He was predeceased by his wife, Mary, Dec. 25, 1979, [three] brothers [Earl, Thomas, and William] and one sister [Hattie McCrillis]. Memorial service 11 a.m. Friday, Davis Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. Wayne Ward officiating. Cremation. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, Colorado Division Inc., Pueblo County Unit, 635 W. Corona No. 216, Pueblo 81004, direct or through our office. Family will meet with friends after the service.

McGlothlin, Lucille Margaret
Lucille Margaret McGlothlin - Pueblo Chieftain - October 01, 2002 - Lucille Margaret McGlothlin. Lucille passed away Sept. 30, 2002, at Life Care Center in Pueblo, Colo. Lucille Margaret Spencer was born in Telluride, Colo., May 30, 1913. She was educated in Telluride, Rocky Ford and Lansing, Mich. Her daughter, Karen (Alex) DeLay of Pueblo West, Colo.; son, Merritt (Carolyn) McGlothlin of Tucson, Ariz.; and a grandson and two great-grandchildren survive her. Lucille lived her adult life in Rocky Ford, Grand Junction, Denver and lastly Pueblo, Colo. Inurnment and private graveside ceremony will be held at Lone Tree Cemetery in Telluride, Colo.

McGlothlin, Mary P.
Mary P. [Sanders] McGlothlin - Pueblo Chieftain - January 14, 1980 - Mary P. [Sanders] McGlothlin, late of 1702 Keeler [Pueblo, Pueblo Co., CO], passed away [December 25, 1979] at her home. Survived by her husband, Joseph McGlothlin [deceased Jan. 15, 1980]; one son, and two grandchildren. Also survived by three brothers. Mrs. McGlothlin was born Sept. 6, 1916, at Gardner [Huerfano County], Colo., and was married to Joseph McGlothlin Sept. 12, 1955. She was predeceased by a sister, Arlene Boyd. Memorial service 11 a.m. Tuesday, Davis Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. Wayne Ward officiating. Cremation. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Pueblo County Heart Unit, P.O. Box 1658, Pueblo 81002, direct or through our office. The family will meet with friends after the service.

McGlothlin, Phoebe
Phoebe Mann McGlothlin - Pueblo Colorado - September 1936 - Phoebe McGlothlin Expires at Age of 82 - Mrs. Phoebe Mann McGlothlin, 82, died yesterday [September 12, 1936] at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George F. McCrillis, 431 East Corona Avenue [Pueblo, Pueblo County]. Mrs. McGlothlin owned and operated a ranch near Hillside [Fremont County], Colo. for 28 years but she has made her home with her daughter for the past several years. She was a member of the Mesa Baptist church. Funeral announcements will be made later. Besides Mrs. McCrillis, Mrs. McGlothlin is survived by the following children, Earl McGlothlin, La Plata N.M.; Mrs. Elizabeth Caughman, [Buena] Vista, Colo.; William J. McGlothlin, Hillside, Colo.; Arthur [Henry A.] McGlothlin, Phippsburg, Colo. and E. J. McGlothlin, Pueblo [all since deceased]. She is also survived by 19 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

McGonigal, Joe
Joe McGonigal (a.k.a. M'Gonnigal, McGonigle) – Joseph McGonigal -Telluride Daily Journal - June 2, 1922 - Two Murdered When Jealous Suitor Shoots - Mine Watchman Kills His Rival in Home of the Girl - Uses a Shot Gun - Girl Flees but Her Head Is Blown Off by Pursuer - Trinidad, Colo., June 2 - Ella Centers, aged 25, and Wilbur Ferguson were foully murdered here last night by Joseph McGonigal, a jealous suitor. Miss Centers, the daughter of the boarding house keeper at the Royal mine, was in her home last night with Ferguson, who was writing a letter. McGonigal, a watchman at the Jewel mine, entered the house and shot Ferguson, who died immediately. The Centers girl fled, but was pursued by McGonigal who blew her head off with a shot gun. It is believed that the shooting took place over the hand of Miss Centers. Ferguson, of Saco, Maine, and a student in the School of Mines, was a temporary watchman at the Royal mine and boarded at the Centers' home. Miss Centers accepted the attentions of Ferguson and this made McGonigal furiously jealous and the double killing resulted. Immediately after the shooting McGonigal was arrested. It was found that he had a bullet wound in his foot, but this wound is believed to have been self-inflicted. Golden Colorado Transcript - June 8, 1922 - Popular Mines Student Murdered at Coal Camp - Wilbur Ferguson, prominent athlete and one of the most popular students of the School of Mines, was shot and instantly killed at Aguilar last Thursday by Joe McGonigal, a watchman. The shooting occurred in the dining room of the mine boarding house where Ferguson was sitting at a table writing. J. C. Williams, master of the Golden Masonic lodge, of which order Ferguson was a member, made a trip to Aguilar last Saturday to get the correct information concerning the murder, and found that the shooting of young Ferguson was a cold blooded affair and without provocation. On Thursday morning Ferguson was in the dining room writing a letter to his mother. McGonigal suddenly entered the room, carrying a sawed-off shotgun. He ordered Ferguson to get out of the house. Ferguson looked up from his writing, but made no move to arise from his chair, and with that McGonigal drew down on him with the gun and fired. The charge of buckshot entered Ferguson's chest. When McGonigal first entered the dining room, Ella Centers, daughter of the boarding house keeper, and with whom McGonigal was infatuated, was at work in a pantry adjoining the dining room. Another girl was with her. Just before the shot was fired the Centers girl rushed into the room, apparently with the idea of preventing the shooting. When Ferguson fell the girl rushed out of the house and into a deep arroyo, McGonigal running after her. McGonigal ran along the edge of the gulch and finally got just above the girl. She fell on her knees and pleaded with him to spare her life, but, taking slow and deliberate aim at her, he fired, killing the girl instantly. Several men working on a bridge nearby were witnesses to this killing. After shooting the girl, McGonigal fled to his own room in the boarding house and fired several shots from a revolver into his hat brim. He then sent a bullet into his foot and went into the room where Ferguson was lying. He placed the revolver about (?) Ferguson and then threw himself on the floor, pretending to be unconscious. State rangers entered the house and found the killer in that position. He was yanked to his feet, and the only thing he would say when questioned as to his motive in killing Ferguson and the girl was "Dead men tell no tales." Ferguson's right hand still grasped the fountain pen with which he had been writing, showing that there had been no fight. McGonigal had been known in the coal camp for some time as an all around bad man. The coroner's jury brought in a verdict Saturday to the effect that the killing was premeditated and felonious. Young Ferguson left Golden soon after school closed to take a job as watchman at the Royal mine at Aguilar, planning in this way to earn money to aid him in completing his college course. The Royal mine is owned by the National Fuel Company and officers of that company told Mr. Williams Sunday that Ferguson had so impressed them that a much better position was being prepared for him. Ferguson was one of the most popular men in the School of Mines, and was a favorite with students, faculty members and townspeople in general and his untimely death has brought great sorrow to this community. During the war Ferguson enlisted in Maine and served overseas in a machine gun company. After returning from France he came to Golden and entered the School of Mines as a freshman. He became a general favorite at once, and was elected president of the freshman class. He took a prominent part in athletics and all student activities and last fall was one of the mainstays of the Mines football team. He had been elected president of next year's junior class. He was a member of the Masonic order and of the local chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ferguson, live in Saco, Maine, and he also leaves one brother. The body was taken to Denver and services were held at the Olinger mortuary yesterday morning, being attended by many lodge and fraternity brothers of the deceased, as well as many other friends. The remains have been shipped to the home in Maine for interment.Colorado Public Defender - April 26, 1924 - Joe McGonigal (a.k.a. M'Gonnigal, McGonigle), Trinidad (Las Animas County). W-W. Hanging. McGonigal was convicted of murdering Wilbur N. Ferguson, a student at the Colorado School of Mines, and Ella Centers, the daughter of the owner of a rooming house where both Ferguson and McGonigal lived. McGonigal, forty-two, worked as a watchman at a mine, and at one time had been prominent in the affairs of the United Mine Workers. He shot Ferguson inside the house, and Centers fled in terror. McGonigal chased her and killed her with a shotgun as she pleaded for her life. Several nearby workmen witnessed the murder. McGonigal then returned to the house and, apparently to create a self-defense claim, shot himself in the foot, which later had to be amputated. The state alleged that the McGonigal committed the murders while drunk and that he was jealous of the personal relationship between Ferguson and Centers. McGonigal's sole defense was insanity, although he only proffered jail prisoners, and no experts, to support that claim. In contrast, three psychiatrists testified that the defendant was sane. On appeal, the defense attorney failed to file an abstract of the record and brief. The court reprimanded the attorney and cited him for contempt, but permitted him to continue on the case. The conviction was later affirmed, and after the governor granted a one-month stay of execution to evaluate McGonigal's sanity, he was hanged with the “old water type” gallows.

McGoodwin, Ethel
Ethel McGoodwin - Pueblo Chieftain - March 24, 1987 - Ethel McGoodwin, 83, longtime Las Animas resident, died March 21, 1987, in Shawnee, Okla. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Tuesday at United Methodist Church in Las Animas. Interment in Las Animas Cemetery.

McGovern, J. Edward
J. Edward McGovern - Pueblo Chieftain - July 17, 1987 - J. Edward McGovern, 1718 Iroquois, July 15, 1987. Husband of Mrs. Jeanne McGovern, who passed away Sept. 26, 1986. Father of Sarah E. Luke, Pueblo, Jane Ann (John) Bernard, El Paso, Texas, and Martha M. (Mike) Romero, Quantico, Va. Brother of Margaret Fossceco, Pueblo. Survived also by 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A lifelong resident of Pueblo, Mr. McGovern had been employed by the CF&I Steel Corp. and the California Oil Company prior to his retirement from Dana Corp. in 1962. He was an active participant at Sacred Heart Cathedral but a member of Christ the King Parish. Rosary recitation followed by Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m. Friday, Christ the King Church. Interment, Roselawn. Friends who wish are asked to send memorials to the American Lung Association in care of the funeral home office.

McGovern, Jeanne Elizabeth
Jeanne Elizabeth McGovern - Pueblo Chieftain - September 27, 1986 - Jeanne Elizabeth McGovern, 1718 Iroquois, Sept. 26, 1986. Wife of J. Edward McGovern. Mother of Sarah E. Luke, Pueblo, Jane Ann (John) Bernard, El Paso, Texas., and Martha M. (Mike) Romero, Quantico, Va. Grandmother of Kathryn (Tom) Pitts, Anne Luke, Joan (David) Black, John Luke, Ken (Bonnie) Bernard, Keith (Donnita) Bernard, Kevin Bernard, Eddie Romero, Jennifer Romero and Bobby Romero. Great-grandmother of Jeremy Smith, Matthew Smith, and Holly Black. Sister of James N. (Irene) McCoy and Arthur H. (Virginia) McCoy. She served on the School District 60 school board and worked for more than 29 years at the Pueblo and Greenwood Medical Clinics. Cremation, Almont Crematory. Memorial service, 3 p.m. Sunday, First Presbyterian Church, conducted by the Rev. John M. Ross. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in her name to First Presbyterian Church Building Fund.

McGovern, Marjorie Faye
Marjorie Faye McGovern - Pueblo Chieftain - May 24, 1986 - Marjorie Faye McGovern, a lifetime Pueblo resident, late of 3027 Eighth Ave., passed away May 22, 1986. Mrs. McGovern was a former owner and operator of Grove Drug. She was educated at the University of Colorado School of Pharmacy and was editor of the university's annual in 1949. She was a member of St. Pius X Church, the Kappa Alpha Theta, Rhochi, Hesperia, Mortar Board, the Pueblo Country Club and was past president of Pueblo Service League. Mrs. McGovern is survived by two sons, John (Darleen) McGovern of Louisville and Martin McGovern of Houston, Texas; one grandson, Devin McGovern and one granddaughter, Layne McGovern, both of Louisville; one cousin, Carl M. Grove of Albuquerque, N.M.; and her stepmother, Jean Grove of Pueblo. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert J. McGovern, in 1975, and a son, Robert A. McGovern, in 1979. The rosary recitation will be at 8 p.m. Monday in the Adrian Comer Garden Chapel and the Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St. Pius X Church, with Father Leonard Racki and Father Louis C. Stovik officiating. Interment will be at Roselawn Cemetery. The family respectfully requests the omission of flowers. Those who wish may make donations to a Memorial Scholarship at the University of Colorado School of Pharmacy or to their favorite charity through the funeral home office.

McGowan, Henry Dove
Henry “Mac” Dove McGowan - Pueblo Chieftain - August 31, 2004 - Henry “Mac” Dove McGowan, 71 years old of Littleton, Colo., died Friday, Aug. 27, 2004 at Littleton Adventist Hospital after a long battle with leukemia and lymphoma. Mr. McGowan was born August 29, 1932 in Joliet, Illinois to John Henry and Katie (Dove) McGowan. He married Naomi Hogue on July 10, 1955 in Joliet, Illinois. Mr. McGowan graduated from Joliet Township High School in 1952. He attended what is now Arkansas State University on a football scholarship. He also ran track and was a Golden Gloves boxer. In addition to his college career he served in Korea as a Marine. Mr. McGowan joined the Colorado State Patrol in 1964 and was stationed in Pueblo, Greeley and most recently Denver. He retired as a Major from the Colo. State Patrol in 1993. Henry McGowan was a member of the Bear Creek Evangelical Presbyterian Church. He and his wife supported the Mendenhall Ministry and he was a trained Stephen Minister whose purpose was to give aid and comfort to the terminally ill. He was active in and past president of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the FBI National Academy. Henry (called “Papa” by his grandchildren and great-grandchildren) was a wonderful story teller who enjoyed golfing and fishing. He especially loved traveling in his motor home and spending time with his wife and family who loved him very much. Survived by Naomi “Nonnie” his wife of 49 years. Sons Darrell and In McGowan of Colo. Springs; Roger and Vieda McGowan of Greeley. Daughters Lori McGowan of Oakland, Calif.; Marcia and Greg Taylor of Aurora; Karla McGowan of Aurora; Renee McGowan of Littleton. Brother Wheatley; sister Irma, brothers-in-law Clarence and Lee. Many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nephews and nieces. Funeral services are at 10a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 1 at Bear Creek Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 3101 South Kipling, Lakewood, Colo. Mortuary, Newcomer Family Funeral Home and Crematory. Naomi McGowan requests that any contributions be made to your own favorite charity in Henry McGowan's name.

McGowan, John J.
John J. McGowan – Leadville Carbonate Chronicle – October 16, 1911 – Around the City As Seen By Our Reporters on Their Daily Rounds – From the Herald Democrat and the Evening Chronicle – From Monday's Daily – The death of John J. McGowan at the county hospital Saturday marks the passing of ____ _____ ____ ___ ___ ____ _______ characters that have made the pages of the history of this camp good reading. Among these characters is the man who just missed joining a company that “struck it rich;” the man who did “strike it” and spent it all; the man who sold a claim for a pittance and afterward saw others get rich. All these characters Leadville boasts of. Some of them are still living. But John J. McGowan was different from all of them. His life story does not tell of how he missed getting rich or how he was once rich. He was never rich, and he never had any prospects of getting rich. The peculiar note of McGowan's song of life was that he was always GOING to get rich. His mining “deals” consisted of one long series of organizations of paper companies. More often, though, he did not take the trouble to describe the property on paper. Most of the corporations that he organized were but the figments of his vivid imagination. He was an organizer who never organized anything. And yet his castles in Spain brought him some revenue. They at least kept him out of the county hospital for a number of years. McGowan had the faculty of being able to transform his fairy mining schemes into good substantial boarding house fare. In this respect he was superior to most dreamers who got nothing for their dreams but a pile of rags in a garret and a diet of bread and water. A glance at McGowan's method in cashing his dreams might be helpful to that class of persons who concern themselves with the architecture of air castles. McGowan kept (a) close tab on the boarding houses of Leadville. He had boarded at most of them for a year or more, and he always paid his bills. He never failed to do that when the landlady became anxious and asked him about a settlement. McGowan believed in paying up; that was one of the rules of his life. So when the landlady spoke to McGowan he would take out a fountain pen and say: “My dear madam, you are not aware, I take it, that I am interested in the organization of a mining company of which I am to be chief stockholder and president.” As a rule the landlady would reply that she was not aware of anything of that sort. Then McGowan, who all the time had been waving the pen importantly, would turn to the pad of paper on the table and write a few words in a fine flourishing hand that made the landlady think he surely must be a president of some sort. He would then hand the woman a statement to the effect that he owed her such and such an amount and that he would pay it to her in the stock of such and such a company. Then McGowan would hunt a new boarding place and pay the landlady her bill in “stocks.” After a time the landladies of Leadville had got all the stocks they needed in this life, and McGowan lost his credit. So he began to watch for new places to open up where he might introduce himself and leave a promise of his stocks. It had got to a point where he couldn't get a meal at the places where there was no lead of introducing himself. That is how the old dreamer cashed his dreams. It shows a certain amount of ingenuity and uniqueness. The average dreamer starves to death with a hundred schemes in his head and nothing in his stomach. But McGowan was an extraordinary dreamer; he knew how to get his board, if not his fortunes, from his wildcat schemes. In this way McGowan stepped around the expediency of begging or receiving charity. That was the point on which he was ____. He took offense at the offer of a “helping hand.” He had been an expert bookkeeper in his day, and had earned a good salary in the employ of the Clatlin (?) Company of New York. Very likely, it was the memory of his former vocation (?) and the knowledge of his ability that kept him from begging or receiving alms. He finally had to give up the struggle to side-step charity and go to the county hospital. By the time that he went he was so broken in health and so weak that it is likely that he had not enough spirit left to care whether he was paying board with imaginary stocks or living on the charity of the county. He kept a diary and set down punctiously (?) the state of the weather each day, the success he had in securing a loan and the menu for breakfast. One or two excerpts from the diary gives the keynote to the latter part of his life that was spent in effecting “loans” in preference to accepting alms and of boarding on the strength of his “stocks” in preference to becoming a beggar. “May 16 – Heard today that ---- made a good strike in silver. Must see him about a loan.” “June 3 – Got a loan of five from ---- today. Food is good. Must begin to think on paying board.” “June 5 – Got ½ pint from ---- today. Had oatmeal for breakfast.” “July 18 – Consulted Madam ---- today. She told of my past, present and future. Said I would get a paper in a few days. Would be rich.” McGowan knew the geology of Leadville thoroughly and located many claims. He had brains and imagination. He could conceive great things, but he lacked the “something” that is necessary to make dreams realities. He could have outlined on paper any of the great schemes that have materialized in this camp and are now paying propositions. But McGowan was not the man to execute what he planned. That he was an imaginative genius without being a practical one is shown by the remark that people make of him now that he is dead. “He was one of the 'millionaires' of Leadville, but his millions were in his mind.” So they were “all in his mind,” but with a little executive talent in his make-up they might have been in his pocket. Note: The quality of this article was very poor. Leadville Carbonate Chronicle – October 30, 1911 – Around the City As Seen By Our Reporters on Their Daily Rounds – From the Herald Democrat and the Evening Chronicle – From Monday's Daily – M'Gowan's Son-In-Law Heard From – Word was received last week by Coroner O'Malia from the son-in-law of John J. McGowan, who died over a week ago in Leadville. After an attempt to locate the family of the deceased in Pueblo it was found that H. S. Payne, the son-in-law, had moved to Los Angeles, Cal. He has made arrangements for the funeral which will be held some time this week. In a letter found, among the possessions of the late McGowan, from Mr. Payne, it appears that McGowan's daughter knew nothing of the indigent circumstances of her father, and it is likely that old John J. with all his pride took pains to keep his people in Pueblo ignorant of the fact that he had one foot in the county hospital and that it was a question of but a few months when the other would go in. The letter confirms the opinion advanced by many of McGowan's friends and acquaintances that the old “mine promoter” was extraordinarily sensitive on the subject of his financial distress. It appears from the letter that Mr. Payne was at the time of writing holding a good position as chief clerk to the master mechanic of the Denver and Rio Grande shops in Pueblo. In the letter he assumes that McGowan is a prosperous mining man. Judging from what is known of McGowan's character it seems probable that McGowan himself conveyed this impression. It was of the peculiar traits of his mind to pose as a well-to-do promoter of a mining scheme of vast proportions. If he carried this air of prosperity among his acquaintances it is all the more probable that he would carry it in his communications with his relatives. Leadville Carbonate Chronicle – October 30, 1911 – Around the City As Seen By Our Reporters on Their Daily Rounds – From the Herald Democrat and the Evening Chronicle – From Friday's Daily – Funeral of the Late J. J. McGowan – The funeral of the late John J. McGowan was held yesterday from the chapel of Moynahan and O'Malia's undertaking parlors. The remains were interred in Evergreen cemetery. The pallbearers were: Dan Healy, Sam McGowan, Hugh Duffy, William Martin, Robert Walsh and John Kearney.

McGrann, Terrence J.
Terrence J. McGrann - Pueblo Chieftain - August 04, 1998 - Terrence J. McGrann, 62, passed away Aug. 3, 1998. Survived by his daughter, Erin E. (Nathan) Somes, Pueblo- mother, Rita McGrann- sister, Rita (Joseph) Boyle, all of Tulsa, Okla.- and brother, Edward C. (Shirley) McGrann III, Pinedale, Wyo. Also survived by daughter-in-law, Janet McGrann- and granddaughter, Shawna L. McGrann, both of Villa Park, Ill.- as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by son, Sean E. McGrann- brother, Michael McGrann- and father, Edward C. McGrann Jr. Cremation, Almont Crematory. , Wednesday, 10 a.m., George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Private inurnment, Friday, Imperial Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice in his name in care of the funeral home office.

McGrath, Ann Theresa (Sister)
Sister Ann Theresa McGrath - Pueblo Chieftain - November 12, 2006 - Sister Ann Theresa McGrath, 86, passed away Nov. 6, 2006 at the Sisters of Charity infirmary in Cincinnati, Ohio. Born Marie Katherine McGrath on May 9, 1920, she graduated from Pueblo Catholic High School. She took her vows Aug. 15, 1943 at the age of 23 and taught in several different Catholic schools during her 40 plus years of teaching. Preceded in death by her parents, James and Sarah McGrath, 6 brothers and 2 sisters. She is survived by her brother Lawrence McGrath of Pueblo and sister Helen O'Donnell of Joliet, IL, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. Services will be at the Sisters of Charity in Cincinnati.

McGrath, Daisy Kate
Daisy Kate “Kay” McGrath - Pueblo Chieftain - March 31, 2003 - Daisy Kate “Kay” McGrath Kay McGrath passed away peacefully at home on March 29, 2003, after a prolonged illness. Born Daisy Kate Waite on Feb. 28, 1920, in Bristol, England, to William Whitley and Florence Morris Waite, she matriculated (her words) from the Hugh Sexey School. As a young woman, she survived the German blitz during WWII and married her husband Neill B. McGrath M.D. on Oct. 3, 1945. She immigrated to the United States as a GI bride in 1946 arriving on a Liberty Ship in New York City. She and her husband, Neill, first lived in Lamar, Colo., before he moved to a medical practice in Michigan and later in Florence, Colo. They lived briefly in Denver before moving to Pueblo in 1965 for the remainder of their lives. Her husband, Neill, predeceased her on July 31, 1987. Surviving her are two children and their spouses; Elaine and John Sartoris of Beulah, Colo., and Brian and Susan McGrath of Boise, Idaho. There are also five grandsons, Peter Sartoris, Neill McGrath, Christopher McGrath, Colin McGrath, and Tristan McGrath. She is also survived by two sisters, Violet (Jack) Young of Bristol, England, and Heather Braam of Capetown, South Africa; her brother, Leslie (Barbara) Waite of Bristol, England; and brother-in-law, Rev. Owen Butler of Taunton, England; as well as many nieces and nephews. Kay McGrath was particularly proud of being both American and English - she never renounced her English citizenship and friends will remember that, tongue-in-cheek, she sometimes flew the Union Jack on July 4th. The person she most admired, Winston Churchill, was also half-English and half-American. She greatly enjoyed the Colorado mountains and wildlife, particularly feeding hummingbirds, collecting mushrooms, and bird and bear watching. She was a person of great good humor and probing and broad intellect. One of her favorite pastimes was provocative discussions and friendly arguments with her children and grandchildren. In fact, she liked to argue that in her opinion the best things about America, the Plymouth Colony, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Episcopal Church were the intellectual creations of dissident Englishmen. She was a loving and proud grandmother and was always an interesting and stimulating companion and teacher to her grandsons. Kay was a member of many organizations, the PEO chapter CI, the Cuerna Verde Association, the Wednesday Morning Book Club, Dow Jones Investment Club, longtime member of Ascension Episcopal Church (Altar Guild and Rector's Guild). She also volunteered in many organizations to improve Pueblo such as the Broadway Theatre League, KTSC-PBS, and the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center. Friends will remember that she was an avid tennis player, a nature lover and particularly fond of Airedales. Kay will be greatly missed by family and friends. Kay's family wants to express their deepest appreciation for the kindness and wonderful gestures of friendship from all her friends, the very caring and professional people from Sangre de Cristo Hospice, and the love and spiritual support from the clergy at Ascension Church. At her request, there will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial Service will be held 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 1, 2003, at the Ascension Episcopal Church, 18th and Grand, with the Rev. Dr. Ephraim Radneo officiating. In lieu of flowers, please offer up donations to Ascension Episcopal Church Memorial Fund, Sangre de Cristo Arts Center, or Sangre de Cristo Hospice, c/o the funeral home.

McGrath, Dani
Dani McGrath - Pueblo Chieftain - December 30, 1999 - Dani McGrath, 68, of Las Animas, Colo., died in St. Mary-Corwin Hospital, Pueblo, Dec. 29, 1999. Survived by two sons, T. Shawn McGrath and Kevin (Joyce) McGrath; two grandchildren, Sean and Heather McGrath, all of Las Animas. Cremation and no service. Private inurnment in Las Animas Cemetery.

McGrath, Ella C.
Ella C. McGrath - Westland News - August 14, 1919 - In Memory; Life's race was well run, Life's work well done, Life's crown well won, Now comes rest. Ella C. McGrath was born in Lacon, Illinois, September 15, 1878. She attended public school there until her family moved to Colorado in 1887, settling at Towner. She continued her education at Towner and Pueblo. Later she went to San Francisco and entered a business college. After completing this course, she was employed in the office of the T. J. Morgan Plumbing Co., later going to El Paso, Texas, with that firm and worked for them until the fall of 1909, when she returned to her girlhood home at Towner. Here she was employed by the Towner Mercantile Company and later by W. H. Mayne. She took an interest in her work and her employer's welfare became her own. She was appointed postmistress in February 1915, and here as well as in other work, the desire to improve the service became an absorbing interest. No one can fill her place. She gave her life freely that she might lighten the burden of others. The body was frail for so great a task. She was never strong and on August 2 she passed to the Great Beyond., She was buried in Roselawn Cemetery at Pueblo. The writer knew Ella McGrath many years and has never known a more beautiful, helpful and unselfish life. Though frail in body, she was strong in the spirit of love. She never counted the cost to herself but was ever thoughtful of others and anxious to help them. Her young life touched those with whom she came in contact and all are better because of her influence. In sickness and sorrow, after a long and tiresome day, her hand helped, her voice and her smile cheered. Ellas' life did not belong to her home or her family alone, but to the community in which she lived. Her passing is a personal loss. She will be missed by all who knew her. No word of reproach or of slight is over spoken of her; there is no memory of her except of loving administrations. She left the richest bequest that can be given to the world, a radiant, spotless example, which will live and vibrate throughout the ages. There is no death! The stars go down, To rise upon some fairer shore; And brighten Heaven's jeweled crown; They shine forevermore. And ever near us, though unseen, The dear immortal spirits tread; For all the boundless universe Is Life; There are no dead.

McGrath, James Joseph
James Joseph McGrath - Pueblo Chieftain - September 15, 2005 - James Joseph McGrath passed away unexpectedly on Sept. 13, 2005, as the result of a heart attack. Jim was born Dec. 3, 1935, in Pueblo to James and Sarah McGrath. He was preceded in death by his parents, four brothers, two sisters and his first grandchild, Ryan Sammon. His survivors include his wife of 45 years, Kay McGrath; son Mitch (Cindy) McGrath of Thornton; daughter, Marni (Douglas) Sammon of Parker; grandchildren, Bailey and Trey Sammon, Jimmy McGrath and Sasha Cioffoletti; brother, Larry McGrath; sisters, Sister Ann Therese and Helen O'Donnel, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was a great father, grandfather and a wonderful husband. His children and grandchildren were the light of his life. Cremation has taken place. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 16, 2005, in the Davis Memorial Chapel. Please omit food and flowers. Contributions may be made to the Colorado SIDS Program, Inc., through the funeral home in memory of Jim and his grandson Ryan Sammon.

McGrath, Kathleen T.
Kathleen T. McGrath - Colorado Springs Gazette - May 8, 2009 - Kathleen T. McGrath, 84, died Wednesday, May 6, 2009 at Cedarwood Health Care Center in Colorado Springs in the loving presence of her children. Kathleen was born in Paxico, KS to Philip A. and Theresa M. (Seeling) Meinhardt. She was united in marriage to Gerald McGrath at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Paxico, KS on November 25, 1948. He died March 22, 2002. She is survived by 10 children; John McGrath of North Attleboro, MA; Tom McGrath of Anchorage, AK; Mary Novak of San Diego, CA; Dan McGrath of Rector, AR; Loretta Giddings of Peyton, CO; Jane McGrath of Ridgway, CO; Kevin McGrath of Pueblo West, CO; Mike McGrath of Anchorage, AK; Linda Berg of Colorado Springs, CO; and Bob McGrath of Colorado Springs, CO; 16 grand- children; six great- grandchildren; a sister; Rosemary Boston of Topeka, KS; and three brothers; Jerome Meinhardt and Robert Meinhardt, both of Paxico, KS and Florian Meinhardt in California. Preceding her in death are son, Ed McGrath; daughter, Jean Kovel; and brothers, Edmund, Joseph, Clement and Clayton. Kathleen had been a resident of the area for 44 years. Previously she lived in the farming community of Wheaton, KS. She was a retired private duty nurse. She was an active member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Visitation will be from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Friday at Blunt Mortuary, 2229 W. Colorado Ave. The Rosary will be held Friday as well at 6:00 p.m. at Blunt Mortuary. A memorial mass will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 2030 W. Colorado Ave. Burial will be at Fairview Cemetery, 1000 S. 26th. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Silver Key Senior Services, 2250 Bott Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80904. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Silver Key Senior Services, 2250 Bott Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80904. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Silver Key Senior Services, 2250 Bott Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80904.

McGrath, Marian B.
Marian B. McGrath - Pueblo Chieftain - April 26, 1987 - Marian B. McGrath, a Pueblo resident for 23 years, late of 41 MacAlester Road, passed away April 25, 1987. Mrs. McGrath was a member of the Christian Church of Bowie, Texas, and the Retired Enlisted Association Auxiliary Chapter No. 20. She is survived by her husband, Robert McGrath of the family home; one son, Jim Hustler of California; two brothers, William Hinton of Pampa, Texas, and J.C. Evans of Granbury, Texas; two grandchildren; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Ronald and Beverly Heruth of Manitou Springs and Ralph and Marie Collins of Idaho; one sister-in-law, Ruth Collins of Oregon; one brother-in-law, John McGrath of Idaho; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother. The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Adrian Comer Garden Chapel, With the Rev. Donald Saul officiating. Interment will be in the Retired Enlisted Association Memorial Gardens in Roselawn Cemetery. Those who wish may make donations to the Retired Enlisted Association Auxiliary Chapter No. 20 through the funeral home office.

McGrath, Neill B.
Neill B. McGrath, M.D., - Pueblo Chieftain - August 2, 1987 - Neill B. McGrath, M.D., 168 Dunsmere, July 31, 1987. Husband of Kay McGrath and father of Elaine (John) Sartoris, West Point, N.Y., and Brian (Susan) McGrath, Boise, Idaho. Survived also by grandchildren, Peter Sartoris, Neill, Christopher and Colin McGrath and his sister, Jeannette Albersheim, Silver Spring, Md. Born Aug. 8, 1917, in Lamar, Dr. McGrath had been a Pueblo resident since 1965. He was a member of Ascension Episcopal Church and served in the U.S. Army Medical Corps during World War II. He established a general medical practice in Florence for 11 years and then served a pathology residency in Denver and later served as Chief of Pathology at Parkview Episcopal Hospital. He was a member of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, the American Society of Anatomical Pathologists and was a member of the Colorado Medical Society. Cremation, Almont Crematory. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Ascension Episcopal Church will be conducted by Father Fred Johnson. The family respectfully requests the omission of flowers. Memorials may be made to the Pueblo Heart Unit, P.O. Box 1658, Pueblo, Colo., 81002.

McGrath, Paul D.
Paul D. McGrath - Pueblo Chieftain - July 09, 1999 - Paul D. McGrath, 91, longtime Prowers County resident, passed away July 6,1999 . Funeral services, 10 a.m. Monday at the Peacock Chapel. Interment, Fairmount Cemetery. Visitation, 2 until 5 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.

McGrath, Robert L.
Robert L. McGrath - Pueblo Chieftain - September 11, 1987 - Robert L. McGrath, late of 41 MacAlester Road, passed away Sept. 10, 1987. Mr. McGrath retired from the U.S. Army after 20 years of service and worked as an occupational therapist at the Colorado State Hospital. He was a member of the Retired Enlisted Association, the American Legion, the DAV, and the Occupational Therapists Society. He is survived by three sisters, Marie Collins of Boise, Idaho, Ruth Collins of Nyssa, Ore., and Beverly Heruth of Manitou Springs; one brother, John McGrath of Eagle, Idaho; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his wife, Marian B. McGrath, in April 1987. The funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Adrian Comer Garden Chapel, with the Rev. Dale Rogers officiating. Interment will be in the Retired Enlisted Association Memorial Gardens at Roselawn Cemetery. Those who wish may make donations to the scholarship fund of the Retired Enlisted Association through the funeral home office.

McGrath, Thelma Leslie
Thelma Leslie McGrath - Pueblo Chieftain - December 16, 2004 - Thelma Leslie McGrath, 71, of Pueblo, went home to be with the Lord Dec. 13, 2004. Born Feb. 26, 1933, in Pueblo, Colo. Preceded in death by son, Edwin McGrath; parents, Frank and Ardath Beebe; brother, Frank (Bud) Beebe; sister, Alice Bigley. Survived by daughters, Ardath (Tony) Sisnroy and Leslie (Butch) Berckefeldt; daughter-in-law, Marilyn McGrath; brother, Edwin (Thelma) Beebe; grandchildren, Jeremy (Donna), Nicole McGrath, Tom (Stephanie), Julie (Tim) Sisnroy, Wendy (Sean) Perkins, Cory (Anna) and Eric Berckefeldt; and five great-grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. Thelma retired from Estes Industries in Penrose after 25-plus years. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Pueblo Zoo. Visitation, noon to 5 p.m. Thursday, and funeral service, 10 a.m. Friday; both at Romero Chapel. Relatives and friends will be received at Romero Courtesy Hall after service.

McGrath, Thomas J.
Thomas J. McGrath - Pueblo Chieftain - June 15, 2004 - Thomas J. McGrath, 82, passed away June 12, 2004. He is preceded in death by his wife of 54 years, Virginia; his parents, James and Sarah McGrath; and brothers and sisters, Mark, George, Joseph, Margaret and Elizabeth. He is survived by his children, Victoria (Mike) Prater and John G. (Leslie) McGrath; grandchildren, Jean Marie Frazier, Colleen Pataska and Judith Prater; six great-grandchildren; sisters, Sister Ann Therese McGrath, SC, of Mount St. Joseph, Ohio, and Helen O'Donnell of Brookfield, Ill.; brothers, Lawrence (Diane Bachman) McGrath and James J. (Kay) McGrath; brother-in-law, Arthur L. (Shirley) Gilbert; sister-in-law, Carol (Paul) Ray; cousin, Donald Hansen; numerous nieces and nephews; and special friends and caregivers, Grace and Regis. Tom was a graduate of Central High School. He served in the U.S. Navy for six years during World War II. He was an employee of Aquila, formerly Centel, where he retired in 1987 after 39 years of service. Tom "Wampa" was a caring man. He cared for his wife at home to the very end. He was a great husband, father, father-in-law, wampa and friend to so many special people; and brought love and life into our hearts. Tom led a full life. If you ever needed help with electrical things or to fix your oven, Tom was the man to call. He was good with his hands and tools, and if you ever helped him, you better know what you were doing. Tom is gone, but will never be forgotten. We love you dearly, Wampa. Funeral Mass will be 10 a.m. Friday, June 18, 2004, at Christ the King Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens.

McGraw, Carl A.
Carl A. McGraw - Pueblo Chieftain - June 07, 2006 - Carl A. McGraw passed away June 5, 2006, in Pueblo. Carl was born Aug. 29, 1919, in Garden City, Kan., and had lived in Pueblo since 1946. He was a veteran having served in the U.S. Army during WWII. Carl was employed as the general foreman in the Rail Mill at the CF&I for nearly 40 years and then worked at the DOT Test Track for several more years before retiring in 2000. He was a longtime member of Central Christian Church in Pueblo and was active in the Boy Scouts of America. Carl coached several area baseball teams and was an accomplished athlete himself, having won numerous medals in the Senior Olympics. He enjoyed all outdoor activities including fishing, hiking, backpacking and wildlife, and cherished his time spent during frequent family gatherings. Mr. McGraw was preceded in death by his son, Mark in 1998. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Marjorie McGraw; his children, Judy (Bill) Thomas of Pueblo, Pat McGraw of Pueblo, Michael (Kathy) McGraw of Denver, Cathy (Russ) Yoder of Morrison; a daughter-in-law, Terri Martinez-McGraw of Pueblo; siblings, Phil (Betty) McGraw of Loveland and Shirley (Dick) Fine of Pueblo; 11 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Mr. McGraw will lie in state, 2 to 8 p.m. today, at the mortuary. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Thursday, June 8, 2006, Central Christian Church, 1902 N. Hudson. Private interment, Imperial Cemetery. Donations in memory of Carl may be made to the Central Christian Church in Pueblo.

McGraw, Doris
Doris McGraw - Pueblo Chieftain - November 20, 2004 - Doris McGraw, 88, passed away Nov. 19, 2004. Among her survivors is her son, Clayton (Winona) McGraw of Pueblo. There will be no viewing or services. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

McGregor, James D.
James D. McGregor - Yampa Leader - August 20, 1904 - Miss Stella McDonald, principal of the Central high school at Pueblo and Dr. James D. McGregor, who were both lost in the Eden wreck, would have been married in a few weeks, their engagement having been announced during the last month.

McGrew, Mary
Mary McGrew - Denver Rocky Mountain News - August 27, 1999 - Mary McGrew, 83, of Denver died June 25. Services were June 30. Mrs. McGrew was born in Walsenburg on Aug. 2, 1915. She married Mac W. McGrew. Survivors include son Michael of California; two nieces.

McGuffey, Bernadette C.
Mrs. Bernadette C. McGuffey - Pueblo Chieftain - April 30, 1987 - Mrs. Bernadette C. McGuffey passed away April 28, 1987. Survived by her husband, Harold McGuffey of the family home. Born Oct. 20, 1921, in Hawaii, and had been a longtime Pueblo resident. She was a member of the Catholic Church. There will be no viewing. Graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday in the Fowler Cemetery.

McGuffey, Harold E.
Harold E. McGuffey - Pueblo Chieftain - December 27, 2002 - Harold E. McGuffey passed away Dec. 17, 2002, in Pueblo. He was born July 31, 1921, in Montrose, Colo., and was employed as a truck driver for the Dixon Paper Company. Among his survivors are his sister, Wilma Goodwin of Pueblo. No public viewing of services. Cremation, Davis Crematory.

McGuin, Jerry N.
Jerry N. McGuin - Pueblo Chieftain - April 09, 2004 - Jerry N. McGuin passed away April 4, 2004. He is preceded in death by his parents, Denny and Jo McGuin; sister, Maxine Lyle. Jerry is survived by his loving wife of 21 years, Sharon; children, Don (Tanya) McGuin, Pam (Todd Mrotek) Behrendt, Dee (Clint) Gookin, Joh Jones, June (Ramiro) Gonzalez; grandchildren, Breken, Tristan, Timber, Nick, Malinda, Austin, Madison, Destiney, Rily, Henry and Crystal; also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and close friends. Jerry served two tours in the Navy during the Vietnam Conflict, one tour as a Navy Seal. He received the National Defense Service Medal and the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal. He was a lifetime member of the VFW Post in Gunnison, Colo., a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie No. 3367 and a member of St. Joseph Church in Blende, Colo., where he served as a eucharistic minister for many years. In 1995, Jerry had a successful kidney transplant. Vigil service, 6 p.m. Sunday, April 11, 2004, at T.G. McCarthy Rose Chapel. Memorial Mass, 2 p.m. Monday, April 12, St. Joseph Catholic Church. Military honors will be presented by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team.

McGuiness, Joseph Patrick
Rev. Monsignor Joseph Patrick McGuinness - Pueblo Chieftain - April 22, 2001 - Rev. Monsignor Joseph Patrick McGuinness, 73, passed away April 16, 2001, in Cortez, Colo. Father Joe, as he was lovingly called, was born in Dublin, Ireland, on May 5, 1927, the eighth child of Patrick Joseph and Helena (nee Cahill) McGuinness. He was ordained June 15, 1952, in Thurles, Ireland, for the Diocese of Pueblo. He continued to serve as a priest to the Catholic parishes in Pueblo and throughout Southern Colorado, most recently in Cortez. He was actively involved in the activities of the Catholic Church including Marriage Encounter, and acted as chaplain for the Catholic Daughters and the Knights of Columbus. In 2000, Father Joe was named as Papal Chaplain which gave him the title of Monsignor. He loved to golf, enjoyed photography and fishing, and was a great fan of all sports. Survived by his siblings, Philomena Chidley of Swindon, England, Marie (Brendan) Sealy of Dublin, Ireland, Kathleen Lang of New York, N.Y., Carmel (Martin) Holmes of Dallas, Texas, Michael (Phyllis) McGuinness and Bernadette (Gabriel) Peelo, both of Dublin, and Noel McGuinness of South Hampton, England. Preceded in death by his parents and brother, Patrick McGuinness. He will lie in state at the funeral home today from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Vesper service will be held 7 p.m. today and Mass of Christian Burial will be held 10 a.m. Monday. Both services will be at Sacred Heart Cathedral, 11th and Grand, with the Most Rev. Arthur N. Tafoya as celebrant. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Diocese of Pueblo Clergy Benefit Society through the funeral home.

McGuire, C. M.
Dr. C. M. McGuire - Walsenburg World-Independent - April 1, 1932 - Dr. C. M. McGuire Died at Humiston Iowa on March 27. Word was received this week of the death, at Humiston, Iowa, of Dr. C. M. McGuire, former resident of Walsenburg. Burial was at Lewisburg, Iowa, on Tuesday, March 29, under the auspices of the Masonic fraternity. No details were received in the letter sent to the local Masonic Lodge, but it is known by the friends of Dr. McGuire here that he had been confined to his bed for the past three years, following a paralytic attack. During all that time his mind was perfectly clear, but he was completely paralyzed on one side. Dr. McGuire and Mrs. Eva McGuire were practicing physicians in Walsenburg during the 90's and early 1900's, under the firm name of Drs. C. M. and Eva McGuire, and have a host of friends among the old timers of Walsenburg. Dr. McGuire took up a homestead north of Walsenburg and developed the first coal mine in what is now the Del Carbon district, and was instrumental in having the D. & R. G. spur extended to that point. Dr. and Mrs. McGuire came to Walsenburg from Humiston, Iowa, and returned there when they left Walsenburg on account of Mrs. McGuire's health. Mr. McGuire's father owned some Iowa farm land and the doctor invested much of the capital he acquired in coal mining in additional farm land in that vicinity. During his residence in Walsenburg, Dr. McGuire was closely connected with civic affairs and was a member of the town board. He belonged to Huerfano Chapter No. 27 A.F.& A.M., and took all the higher degrees in Masonry. He was also a member of other fraternal orders, and was connected with the Presbyterian church of this city. While a resident of Walsenburg Dr. McGuire was also interested in other lines of industrial endeavor. Huerfano World - April 9, 1992 - This Week in Walsenburg History - 1932: Dr. C.M. McGuire died in Iowa. He and his wife lived here in the 1890s and early 1900s and developed the first mine in the Del Carbon district.

McGuire, Phyllis Elaine
Phyllis Elaine McGuire - Pueblo Chieftain - November 09, 2003 - Phyllis Elaine McGuire was born on Oct. 4, 1922, in Momence, Ill., to Samuel Henry Lucas and Bethel Jane Harlan, both born in Momence, Ill. Phyllis retired from the Colorado Women's Correctional Facility as a vocational instructor in August of 1978. She formerly resided in Canon City and has resided in Pueblo, Colo. during her retirement. Phyllis passed away on Nov. 4, 2003. She was preceded in death by husbands, Carl Buck of Yuma, Ariz., and Paul McGuire of Goodland, Kan. She is survived by her three daughters, Linda K. “Lynn” (Bill) Johnson of Canon City, Colo., Susan J. (Wayne) Fox of Centennial, Colo., Sally A. Buck of Boone, Colo., seven grandchildren, Brinda, Jill, Joni, Amanda, Kari, Brady and Ryan; and eight great-grandchildren. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 10, Imperial Memorial Gardens 5450 Highway 78 West, (One mile west of Pueblo Blvd. and Northern Ave.) with reception to follow at family home. Donations may be made to Statuary Memorial Garden Fund for Life Care Center at 2118 Chatalet Lane of Pueblo, or through the funeral home office in her memory.

McHenry, Lena B.
Mrs. Lena B. “Mrs. Mac” McHenry - Pueblo Chieftain - June 20, 1972 - Mrs. Lena B. “Mrs. Mac” McHenry passed away Sunday night in a local hospital. She was the mother of Mrs. Helen Pachek and Mrs. Margaret Grahek, both of Pueblo; Samuel J. McHenry, Albuquerque, N.M.; Floyd A. McHenry, Costa Mesa, Calif.; Roberta Phillips, Pueblo, and Victor W. McHenry, Columbus, Miss. She was the sister of Mrs. Della Bittner, Canon City; Roy Perkins, Pueblo; Elmer Perkins, Denver; Clyde Perkins, Tabernash, Colo.; Mrs. Ruth Wright, Montrose, and James Perkins, Denver. She also had 20 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. Mrs. McHenry was a member of Central Christian Church and had been a resident of Pueblo since 1943. She was employed by Parkview Episcopal Hospital for 21 years as a practical nurse. Funeral services will be held at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Valhalla Comer Garden Chapel, conducted by the Rev. Charles Whitmer. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.

McIellan, William Douglas
William (Bill) Douglas Mclellan - Pueblo Chieftain - February 17, 2004 - William (Bill) Douglas Mclellan , 63, a native and former resident of the San Luis Valley area, died in Brighton, Colo. on Feb. 12. Survived by wife Judy and 9 children, William, Suzanne, Jamie, Sean, Sarah, April, Grace, Michelle, Jody and three brothers Robert, Patrick and Timothy. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Feb. 21, at the Brighton Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 1955 Jennifer Court (corner of 19th St). In lieu of flowers, please send contributions to Hospice of Peace-Denver, or The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York.

McIlroy, Mercy B.
Mercy B. McIlroy - Pueblo Chieftain - March 11, 1999 - Mercy B. McIlroy, 88, born on June 3, 1910, in San Francisco, Calif., passed away March 8, 1999. A Pueblo resident since 1938, she was predeceased by her husband, Dr. Richard H. McIlroy Sr., who died on Feb. 9, 1996. She is survived by her children, John B. McIlroy of Laguna Beach, Calif., Dr. Richard H. McIlroy Jr. of Columbus, Ind., Mrs. Rollin (Ann) Thompson of Carmel, Ind., and Mrs. William (Joan) Briggs of Jamestown, R.I., and seven grandchildren. Mrs. McIlroy was a member of First Presbyterian Church where a reception will be held at 10:30 a.m. today. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the organization of the donor's choice in her memory.

McIlvain, Marie P.
Marie P. McIlvain - Pueblo Chieftain - August 15, 1999 - Marie P. McIlvain, 94, passed away Aug. 12, 1999. Survived by her daughter, Betty Hundley of Pueblo- grandchildren, Robert (Lorraine) Hundley of Pueblo, Carol White of Pueblo and James (Judy) Goldsmith of Dover, Del.- 4great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren- and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her husband, William - daughter, Billie Moore- and granddaughter, Gail Hundley. Born to William Terrence and Leora Belle (nee Mock) Diamond on Feb. 25, 1905, in Fowler, Colo. Marie loved being with her family. She will lie in state from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. today at the funeral home. Graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday, Aug. 16, 1999,at Mountain View Cemetery with Pastor Jim Singelton officiating.

McIntire, A. P.
A.P. McIntire - Huerfano World - November 27, 2003 - This Week in Walsenburg History - 1916: Died, A.P. McIntire, a pioneer of Sharpsdale who has resided in the county 36 years. He leaves a widow, daughters Mrs. A.S. Neely of Cameron and Mrs. W.N. Wycoff, Greeley, and two brothers, Fremont and Alvi S. of Walsenburg. [Editor's Note: A. P. McIntire died November 27, 1916. Obituary listed Walsenburg World, November 30, 1916, Page 11.]

McIntosh, Dixie C.
Dixie C. McIntosh - Pueblo Chieftain - March 02, 2006 - Dixie C. McIntosh, 88, passed away Feb. 27, 2006. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

McIntosh, H. B.
H. B. "Mac" McIntosh - Huerfano World - November 3, 1994 - A memorial gathering was held at the Colnar Ranch in Morning Glory for H.B. "Mac" McIntosh, husband of Gladys Colnar McIntosh, who died July 1, 1994 in the University of California, San Diego Medical Center. He was 75. His ashes were placed on the hill overlooking the ranch next to John and Eva Colnar. Mac was an avid fisherman, fishing the rivers and lakes of Colorado every summer for the past 50 years. Attending were his wife Gladys of 52 years and their two sons, Jim McIntosh and John McIntosh, and their wives and children, all of La Mesa, CA; John and Gene Colnar and their son Tim and wife and daughter, Robert Colnar, wife and son, all of Pueblo; Steve and Michele Ernest, Colorado Springs; Edward and Erma Stajduhar, Trinidad; Lee and Margaret Crump and Nick and Eva Balich, Walsenburg.

McIntosh, Henry J.
Henry J. McIntosh - Pueblo Chieftain - September 16, 1986 - Henry J. McIntosh was born in Suffield, Colo., Sept. 4, 1907, and died in Colorado Springs, Dec. 13, 1986. Husband of Mabel M. McIntosh of Colorado Springs. Father of Henry T. (Kathryn) McIntosh and Marilyn McIntosh. Grandfather of David, Krista, and Michael McIntosh. Brother of Jeanette Hughes and Thelma (Doyle) Brown. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Mr. McIntosh was employed by AT&T in Pueblo for 26 years, was a member of South Pueblo Lodge No. 31, AF&AM, the "Pioneers" at AT&T and a former member of First Baptist Church of Pueblo. Service at 10 a.m. Wednesday in First Baptist Church with the Rev. David Horton and the Rev. Tom Elsey officiating. South Pueblo Lodge No. 31, AF&AM will also participate with interment in the Masonic Cemetery in Trinidad Wednesday afternoon. The family prefers contributions to First Baptist Church of Pueblo.

McIntosh, Neoma M.
Neoma M. McIntosh - Pueblo Chieftain - December 12, 1998 - Neoma M. McIntosh passed away Dec. 9, 1998. Wife of Lyman D. McIntosh who preceded her in death as did her parents, Umphrey and Zelpha Roser- three brothers, George, Ernest and Alfred Roser- and two sisters, Geneva Avara and Oleta Sheppard. Survived by daughter, Jacqueline (Jim) Rutledge of Aurora, Colo.- two grandsons, Jeffrey Rutledge, of the family home, and Lyman (Tonie) Rutledge of Aurora, Colo.- five great-grandchildren- sisters, Irene Hindman of La Junta, Colo., Rella (Clarence) Correll, Yoder, Colo., and Winona (John) Powers, Pueblo- one brother, Jim (Peggy) Roser, La Junta, Colo.- five brothers-in-law, Bill of Texas, Dwight (Nancy) of Fowler, Ed (Frances) of Oregon, Malcom of Oregon and John McIntosh of Falcon, Colo.- three sisters-in-law, Juanita Fleming of Texas, Mary (Cole) Miller of La Junta, Colo., and Dorothy (John) Kinkead of Arizona- and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Monday, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Visitation, noon until 5 p.m. today and Sunday.

McIntyre, Billie
Billie McIntyre - Pueblo Chieftain - June 20, 2002 - Billie McIntyre, 73, passed away June 15, 2002. She is preceded in death by her father, Clarence Edgar Constable; and her mother, Irabyrd Richards Hoggatt. She was dearly loved by her only son, Patrick (Pam) Mihelich; her granddaughter, Kassity Mihelich; and her great-granddaughter, Kayla Mihelich, all of Salmon, Idaho; beloved cousin of Norma Grey of Pueblo. Also survived by numerous cousins and friends. She was a lifelong resident of Pueblo and earned a degree in nursing from Southern Colorado State College. She worked as a registered nurse in local hospitals and nursing homes. She was a member of Lake Avenue Baptist Church. At her request, cremation with no viewing. Graveside inurnment service, 10 a.m. Friday, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may make contributions to the Alzheimer's Association through the funeral home office.

McIntyre, C. W. (Daughter of)
Daughter of C. W. McIntyre - Aspen Daily Leader - August 25, 1892 - The four-year-old daughter of Mrs. C. W. McIntyre of Canon City, died of spasms on the train between Chihuahua and El Paso.

McIntyre, Clara M.
Clara M. McIntyre - Pueblo Chieftain - July 03, 2005 - Clara M. McIntyre, 74, born Oct. 21, 1930, passed away June 29, 2005. Preceded in death by her husband, Thomas C. McIntyre in 1991. Survived by her children, Karen (Rick) Clements, Laura (Alan Sanders) Spehar, Claudia (Lyle) Thurman, Pam (Dave) Garren, and Scott (Carrie) McIntyre. Grandmother of Gena, Ashlei, Halie, Dillon, Taylor, Alyssa, Austin, and Madison. Also survived by three great-grandchildren; brother, Chuck (Barbara) Ford; and sister-in-law, Rose Ford. Also preceded in death by her brother, Frank Ford. At her request, cremation with a memorial service to be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, George McCarthy Historic Chapel.

McIntyre, David Richard
David Richard "Mac" McIntyre - Pueblo Chieftain - November 19, 1997 - David Richard "Mac" McIntyre, laid his burdens aside and entered into rest peacefully with his Creator on Nov. 17, 1997. Born in Morley, Colo., on July 30, 1925, David was the son of John H. and Nellie Bickerton McIntyre who precede him in death. There was coal dust in his veins and the heart of a CF&I Steelworker in his chest, but his passion was his family. He was duly proud of his service in the Army Air Corps during World War II and maintained an abiding fondness his entire life for the B-17, The Flying Fortress." Dave was an avid bowler who enjoyed the camaraderie and intricacies of the game. Mac" will always be remembered for his strong will, kind heart, solid values and keen wit. He leaves to cherish his memory and their life together of 48 years his wife, Shirley, of the family home -- a home they sweated to build together and shared for 38 years. The legacy he leaves of faithfulness, commitment and hard work can be found in his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Christine (Ronald L.) Armstrong, Pueblo, Carolynn (Patrick) Scully, Apopka, Fla., Cindy McIntyre, Pueblo, D.J. (Sharon) McIntyre, Denver, Michael (Lori) McIntyre, Pueblo, Melinda (David) Arguello, Denver, Merri Ellen (Paul) Bush, Osceola, Fla.- Brian (Kimalee), Richard and Kathryn Armstrong, Erin, Briget, David and Joseph Scully, Kari and Kristi Wright, Matthew, Tyler and Lindsay McIntyre, Becci McIntyre, Tazmann David Arguello and Savannah Arguello- Tyna, Lynn and Jonathan Askey, Ryan and Lisa Bush and Niklas Armstrong. Also survived by his sister, Marjorie Watts, aunt, Marion Bickerton, foster granddaughter, Savannah Armstrong, sister-in-law, Eileen (Robert) Comiskey- numerous nieces, nephews and extended family members. Also preceded in death by his brothers, John and Tom, sisters, Jesse Krummel and Frances Halstead, son, David Kevin and granddaughter, Kelly C. Armstrong. Cremation, Almont Crematory. , Friday, 4 p.m., George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Private inurnment, Imperial Memorial Gardens with military honors by the Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to your favorite charity in David's name.

McIntyre, Dorothy E.
Dorothy E. McIntyre - Pueblo Chieftain - December 04, 2005 - Dorothy E. McIntyre, 83, longtime resident of Pueblo, passed away peacefully in Littleton, Colo., on Dec. 1, 2005. She was born to Joseph and Mary Kahanic, and was preceded in death by her loving husband, John McIntyre; and brother, Joe Kahanic. She is survived by her children, Gary (Helen) Smith and Lujean Runco; grandchildren, Jamie, Gherri, Nicole; five very loved great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Dorothy enjoyed bowling, sewing for her grandkids and spending time with her loving family. She will be remembered as a very loving mother, grandma and great-grandma. Visitation, 5 to 7 p.m. Monday at the funeral home with family present. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Shrine of St. Therese.

McIntyre, Dorothy L.
Dorothy L. McIntyre - Pueblo Chieftain - February 24, 2005 - Dorothy L. McIntyre, 82, passed away Feb. 15, 2005. As per her request, no viewing or services. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium.

McIntyre, Helen M.
Helen M. McIntyre - Manteca Bulletin - May 1, 2004 - Manteca, CA - Helen M. McIntyre, Receptionist - Helen M. McIntyre, 80, died Wednesday, April 28, 2004 at her home in Lathrop. She was a native of Trinidad, CO, born on Oct. 11, 1923. She was a resident of the Tracy area since 1979. Helen is survived by her children, Roland Sena, Doug McIntyre and wife Christa of Reno, Nevada, Tim McIntyre, and Tom McIntyre and wife Ann Marie of Lathrop, Bill McIntyre of Idaho, Neal McIntyre and wife Vicky of Fernly, Nevada; siblings, Beatrice Herrera of Tracy, Eleanor Baca of Fremont, Delores Herrera and Rita Rodrigues of Hayward, Louis Martinez of Lathrop, Lawrence Martinez of San Pablo; 18 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Helen was a receptionist for Senior Advantage. She attended Our Lady of Guadalupe in Lathrop. She enjoyed crocheting, an avid movie watcher. She loved to go on vacation. Helen loved to spend time with her grandchildren and family. She will be remembered as a loving mother, grandmother and friend to many. Fry Memorial Chapel is in charge of funeral arrangements. Visitation will be Monday, May 3, 2004, 2:30 to 6:30 p.m.; Rosary will follow at 6:30 p.m. at Fry Memorial Chapel. A Mass will be held on Tuesday, May 4 at 10:30 a.m. at All Saints Catholic Church in Hayward, 22824 2nd Street. Interment will be at Holy Sepulchre in Hayward.

McIntyre, James
James McIntyre - Rocky Mountain News - December 20, 1911 - Death News Article - at Walsenburg, Colo., Dec 19, two men found frozen to death in the blizzard that swept this section for ten days. Both had been drinking and had been missing for days. They were Robert Burt and James McIntyre. Burt was discovered by the superintendent of the Rocky Mountain Mine, half buried in the snowdrifts. He started on a spree two weeks ago and disappeared from his boarding house at the Skinner mine during the intense cold last Monday. Burt's body was discovered in the snow and it is thought that he had tried to reach the entrance to the mine. Both men were without known relatives and will be buried by the county. Walsenburg World – January 11, 1912 - Died at Pryor, Colo., December 18, 1911 James McIntyre, age 65 years.

McIntyre, James Donald
James Donald McIntyre - The Baton Rouge Morning Advocate - February 05, 1991 - James Donald McIntyre Died Tuesday, Jan. 1, 1991, at his residence in Walsenburg, Colo. He was born Feb. 2, 1912, a native of Jackson, Ala., former resident of Baton Rouge, South Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia and Florida. He was former owner of Veneer Mill. He formerly worked in or operated veneer mills for Rathbone, Hair and Ridgeway Company, during which time he developed and patented a type of "air refiner," a special filter used in plant dryers. Memorial services were held at United Church of Walsenburg, Walsenburg, Colo., on Friday, Jan. 4, 1991, conducted by the Rev. Jeffrey Babb. Cremation was held at Almont Crematory, Pueblo, Colo. Survived by wife, Mary Bateman McIntyre, Walsenburg, Colo.; four daughters, Jackie M. Reynolds, Atlanta, Ga., Jean McIntyre Hodgkins, Waltham, Mass., Olivia Holloway McIntyre, St. Petersburg, Fla., and Nikki Joyce McIntyre, Baton Rouge; two sisters, Mary Gunn, Mobile, Ala., Ouida Tucker, Nashville, Tenn.; two grandchildren, Robert Charles Reynolds Jr. and Elizabeth Reynolds Turnage; a great-grandson, Kirby L. Turnage IV, all of Atlanta, Ga.; two step-daughters, Susan Demoulin, Clinton, and Donna Brink, Yardley, Pa.; nieces; nephews; as well as other step-children and relatives in South Alabama, Tennessee and New Jersey. Preceded in death by first wife, Pauline Doggette McIntyre; a sister, Ora Laird; other former wives, Olive H. Bass McIntyre, and Joyce Barnett McIntyre. He was graduated from Auburn College with an Electrical Engineering degree in 1933. In 1946, he built his own mill in Wagar, Ala., continuing to operate it while living in Jackson, Ala., until 1952, when he moved to Baton Rouge. He built McIntyre Veneer Co., Denham Springs, owning and operating this mill for nine years. He later lived in Winnfield, Denham Springs, and Kentwood, primarily operating veneer mills. During last 15 years of his life, he owned and operated a small business, Kent-Lite Electric Products, in his home. In 1986, he moved to Diamondhead, Gulfport, Miss. In November 1989, he moved to Walsenburg, where he and his wife were rehabilitating a ranch house on Huerfano River, in the shadow of Huerfano Butte and Spanish Peaks of Sangre de Cristo Mountains. He was a member of First Methodist Church, where he served on its board. He served on the board of First National Bank, Denham Springs. He has been listed in "Who's Who in the South and Southwest," served two years as president of Independent Veneer Manufacturers' Assn., eight years with Public Affairs Research Council, was past member of Louisiana Forestry Assn., and Kiwanis Club of Denham Springs. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to United Church of Walsenburg, 108 Kansas Ave., Walsenburg, Colo., 81089.

McIntyre, Mary
Mary McIntyre - Huerfano World - January 24, 2008 - Mary succumbs - Mary McIntyre, 86, was born Oct. 29, 1921 in Texas. She passed away on Jan. 21, 2008 in Walsenburg, CO. Mary was killed after a two-vehicle crash resulting in her death at approximately 5:15 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 21. The accident occurred on Hwy. 160 about seven miles west of Walsenburg. Mary was driving a 2000 Ford Focus and was traveling westbound on 160 when she crossed the double-yellow centerline and sideswiped an eastbound 2008 Utility flatbed trailer being pulled by a 1998 Kenworth tractor driven by John M. Sullivan, 44, Almond, WI, in the eastbound lane. After impact, the Ford rotated counterclockwise before coming to rest on its wheels facing south in the middle of both westbound lanes. The Kenworth and utility trailer continued eastbound on 160 and came to a controlled stop on the eastbound paved shoulder facing east. The Ford was equipped with an inflatable device, which deployed. McIntyre was not wearing a seat belt at the time. The Kenworth was not equipped with an inflatable device and Sullivan was wearing a seat belt. Mary joined our community in the early 80's. She brought many diverse talents to our community. Mary was an ample contributor to the Huerfano World with her column "Noted along the Way." Mary had many attributes. Mary, in her younger years was a grand swimmer, taught dancing lessons, was the first women licensed in the state of Louisiana to repair TVs, refurbished several houses to resell at a profit, and could sew skillfully, creating her daughter Donna Powell's wedding gown. Mary is preceded in death by her husbands James Jason Bateman and James McIntyre and daughter Susan Demoulin. She is survived by daughter Donna Bateman Powell and husband Roger, PA., stepdaughters Jackie, Atlanta, GA, Jean, Boston, MA, Holly, CA., and Nicki, LA. Survived by four grandchildren, Rusty Brink, Ellen Wright, Shelley Lemoine, and Jason Demoullin. Four great-grandchildren Kaitlyn Marie, Brandon Paul, Nicholas Jordan, and Courtney Elizabeth Lemoine. Viewing will take place at Boies-Ortega Funeral Home Friday Jan. 25,5 p.m.. to 7 p.m. Services will be held at the United Church Saturday Jan. 26,11 a.m.

McIntyre, Richard E.
Richard E. McIntyre - Pueblo Chieftain - May 14, 2001 - Richard E. McIntyre, recently of Highlands Ranch and former La Junta resident, died May 12, 2001, in Littleton. He was born Feb. 20, 1930, in Alton, Ill., the son of Thomas and Ruby (Davis) McIntyre. He played professional minor league baseball for five years before beginning a 35-year career with the Santa Fe Railway. He married Betty Yarbrough on June 23, 1950, in Mayfield, Ky. He is survived by his wife, Betty, of Highlands Ranch; daughters, Debbie McIntyre and Joanne McIntyre, both of Highlands Ranch, Laurie (Kenneth) Pearson and Jean (Ron) Armstrong, both of La Junta; son, Richard (Shelley) McIntyre Jr. of Wichita, Kan.; sister, Betty (Al) Budd of Kingman, Ariz.; 10 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Preceded in death by his parents and daughter, Betty Jane McIntyre. Services, 2 p.m. Thursday at the United Methodist Church with interment to follow in Fairview Cemetery.

McIver, Beulah Maxine
Beulah Maxine McIver - Pueblo Chieftain - March 10, 2000 - Beulah Maxine McIver, 78, a Pueblo resident, passed away at a local hospital in the evening hours on Wednesday, March 8, 2000. Born in Bolckow, Mo., Oct. 10, 1921, she was a resident of Pueblo and a member of the Shrine of St. Therese Parish since 1949. She worked as a waitress and a nurse until 1960. In 1961 she started her career as a co-owner/operator of several nursing homes. These homes were located in Pueblo, Walsenburg and Pampa, Texas. She had the distinction of becoming the first Director of Nursing in the first nursing home in Pueblo. Many years of her life were devoted to taking care of the ill and elderly of this and other communities. She retired in 1976 and started a new career/hobby with her husband Jim. They were proud owners and trainers of Quarter Horse Racing Stock. Preceded in death by husband, James "Jim" McIver, and grandson, Ricky James Turner. Beulah is survived by her daughter, Sandra Joe (Robert) Turner; grandchildren, Kenneth Andrew (Vickie) Turner, Allan Amos (Patricia Annette) Turner and Rachelle Beulah (Curtis) Rodman, two great-granddaughters, Brittany Lynn Turner and Mikayla Ann Turner; one great-grandson, Darian Lee Rodman; brother, Buford Wright, Missouri; very special niece, Velma June Nance; sisters-in-law; brothers-in-law; numerous nieces and nephews; great-nieces and great-nephews; and other relatives and friends. Visitation, 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 12, at the funeral home. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Monday, March 13, 2000, Shrine of St. Therese. Interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Tri-County Obituaries mcg-mcj
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