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Pearl Shackelford - Pueblo Chieftain - December 07, 2003 - Pearl Shackelford passed away Dec. 4, 2003, in Pueblo. Born Aug. 23, 1919, to Harry J. and Mary Etta (Lackey) Clark, she married LeRoy E. Shackelford on June 11, 1939. Pearl is preceded in death by her parents; husband, LeRoy; son, Thomas; brothers, Fred, Carl and Earl Dutch Clark; and sister, Mabel (Clark) Law. She is survived by brother-in-law, Robert Park; and many loving nieces and nephews. A graveside service will be held 11 a.m. Monday, at Mountain View Cemetery, with Pastor Mark Apodaca, officiating. The family thanks Kay and the staff at Sangre de Cristo Hospice and the Pavilion for their loving care of Aunt Pearl. Contributions to Sangre de Cristo Hospice in lieu of flowers.
Shackelford, Thomas R.
Thomas R. Shackelford - Pueblo Chieftain - March 10, 1986 - Thomas R. Shackelford, Albuquerque, N.M., March 5, 1986. Survived by his mother, Pearl E. Shackelford, Pueblo; grandmother, Minnie Renzelman, Pueblo; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Preceded in death by his father, LeRoy E. Shackelford, March 11, 1980. Graveside service, 11 a.m. Tuesday, Mountain View Cemetery. The family requests food and flowers be omitted. Contributions in his memory may be made to a charity of the donor's choice.
Shackleton, O. W.
O. W. Shackleton Colorado Weekly Chieftain February 7, 1878 The coroner's jury has returned a verdict of death from apoplexy in the case of O. W. Shackleton, who died suddenly in Denver a few days since.
Shaddy, Krangy J.
Krangy J. Shaddy- Huerfano World Journal - March 26, 2009 - Krangy J. Shaddy, 81, of Aguilar, died March 19, 2009. Mr. Shaddy is survived by a sister, Gloria Miller, Denver; a brother, George (Rose) Shaddy, Pueblo; two nieces, Diane Miller and Debra Lynch, both of Pueblo; two nephews, David (Christie) Shaddy, Highland Ranch, Craig (Linda) Shaddy, Littleton; numerous great nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his wife, Bernadine Tretter Shaddy, his parents, Krangy M. and Margaret Shaddy, a brother-in-law, Jack Miller; two nephews, Jackie and Gary Miller; and a friend, Angela Cuzzetto. Memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, April 2, 2009, at the St. Anthony Church in Aguilar. There will be a cremation, and then a private family burial at Fairmont Cemetery in Denver. In lieu of food or flowers, donations can be made in his name to the TSJC Education Fund.
Shady, Justin Dean
Justin Dean Shady - Pueblo Chieftain - November 23, 1986 - Justin Dean Shady, Fountain, died Nov. 20, 1986. He is the infant son of Randall and Karen Shady. Brother of Randi Jo Shady; grandson of Charles and Marlynn Reynolds, Pueblo, and Richard and Virginia Shady, Mill Hall, Pa.; great-grandson of Delia Dudley, Pueblo, Hazel Reynolds, Brooklyn, N.Y., and Margaret Linsey, Mill Hall; nephew of Kelly and Mark Fletcher and Leslie, Sherri and Shelly Shady, all of Pennsylvania; and Kevin and Katrina Reynolds, Pueblo. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Monday at Iron Horse Chapel, Fort Carson. Service and burial Wednesday in Mill Hall.
Shafer, Florence B.
Florence B. Shafer - Pueblo Chieftain - February 13, 2002 - Age 102, of Pueblo, died Feb. 9, 2002. She is preceded in death by her loving husband, Melvin Shafer, 1986. Also preceded in death by two brothers and six sisters. Florence is survived by daughter, Carol Morse of Clearwater, Fla.; and three grandchildren, Sabrina (James) Garoutsos, Tammy Howard and Ryan Morse. Also survived by 5 great-grandchildren. Florence was a member of the First Presbyterian Church. She continuously gave back to the community through volunteer work. Florence did the sewing for many nursing homes in town up until she was over 100 years old. Her greatest talent of sewing was her gift of love to family and friends. Mrs. Shafer also volunteered at First Southern Baptist Church to help the "Old People" of the church. Funeral service, 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 14, T.G. McCarthy Rose Chapel. Interment to follow, Mountain View Cemetery.
Shafer, Melvin L.
Melvin L. Shafer - Pueblo Chieftain - October 10, 1986 - Melvin L. Shafer, a resident of Pueblo since 1931, died Oct. 8, 1986. A veteran of the U.S. Army, he served in France during World War I, Mr. Shafer was a member of First Presbyterian Church and a life member of San Isabel Disabled American Veterans 2. He is survived by his wife, Florence B. Shafer; his children, Carol Morse and Frederick Barker; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Rose Chapel, T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home, with the Rev. Willard Gray officiating, interment at Mountain View Cemetery, with honors, by Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team. Visitation from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and S a.m. to service time Saturday.
Shaffer, Ellis Warren
Ellis Warren Shaffer - Pueblo Chieftain - January 31, 1998 - Ellis Warren Shaffer passed away Jan. 29, 1998. Survived by his wife, Isabel Babe" Shaffer, of the family home- children, Norma (Doug) Villers, Pueblo, Colo., and Donna Cookie" (Darrell) McIntire, Lakewood, Colo.- and daughter-in-law, Ginger Shaffer, Pueblo, Colo. Grandfather of Ray Shaffer Jr., Danny Shaffer, Dixon Villers, Kim Villers, Donna Trenker, Dynell Sheppelman and Dynette McIntire. Great-grandfather of Sean Schneider, Brianne Hoak and Brent Trenker. Preceded in death by son, Ray Shaffer, in 1979, two brothers and two sisters. Mr. Shaffer was a member of Christ the King parish and Pueblo Elks No. 90. Rosary, Sunday, 7 p.m., George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Funeral Mass, Monday, 10 a.m., Christ the King Church. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. The family respectfully requests the omission of food and flowers. Memorial contributions may be made in his name to the Elks Laradon Hall or the National Federation of the Blind.
Shaffer, Georgia M.
Georgia M. Shaffer - Pueblo Chieftain - February 28, 1999 - Georgia M. Shaffer, 86, of Pueblo, passed away Feb. 25, 1999. Mrs. Shaffer was born in Florence, and graduated from Central High School in 1931. She moved to Pueblo in 1925 and resided in the same home for 74 years. She retired from the Pueblo Army Depot in 1978 and was honored for Meritorious Service. Mrs. Shaffer was a member of Broadway Christian Church for 47 years, where she served as treasurer and church secretary. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star, Job's Daughters and Broadway Bells. Survivors include her sons, Richard Shaffer of California, Dale Shaffer, Denver- daughter, Margaret Brister, Louisiana- 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Tuesday, Broadway Christian Church, with interment to follow at Imperial Memorial Gardens. There will be a reception at Broadway Christian Church following the interment.
Shaffer, Isabel Emily
Isabel Emily "Babe" Shaffer - Pueblo Chieftain - November 08, 1999 - Isabel Emily "Babe" Shaffer, born Feb. 27, 1908, in Pueblo, passed away Nov. 6, 1999, at the age of 91. She is survived by her children, Norma (Doug) Villers, Pueblo, Donna "Cookie" (Darrell) McIntire, Lakewood, Colo.; and daughter-in-law, Ginger Shaffer of Pueblo; grandchildren, Ray Shaffer Jr., Danny Shaffer, Dixon Villers, Kim Schneider, Donna Trenker, Dynell Sheppelman and Dynette McIntire. Also survived by great-grandchildren, Sean Schneider, Brianne Hoak and Brent Trenker. She is preceded in death by husband of 69 years, Ellis W. Shaffer who passed away in 1998; son, Ray Shaffer, who passed away in 1979 and one brother. Mrs. Shaffer was a member of Christ the King Parish since its inception, the Altar & Rosary Society and also Bishop's Guild. Having never been a dancer, her greatest pride was in her daughters' dance studios. Rosary, 7 p.m. Monday, George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Mass, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Christ the King Parish, followed by interment, Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of food and flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Christ the King Parish, 2005 Building Project in her memory.
Shaffer, Lois K.
Lois K. Shaffer - Pueblo Chieftain - February 09, 2002 - Lois K. Shaffer, 94, passed away Feb. 7, 2002. Memorial services, 11 a.m. Monday at the Peacock Family Chapel. Private family interment will be held at Fairmount Cemetery.
Shaffer, Ruth G.
Ruth G. Shaffer - Pueblo Chieftain - January 30, 1987 - Ruth G. Shaffer, 94, died Thursday, Jan. 29, 1987. in Trinidad. She was united in marriage to John C. Shaffer in Raton, N.M. He preceded her in death in 1944. She was president of Altrusa Club, member and past matron of Eastern Star Chapter 1, secretary of American Red Cross, member of United Presbyterian Church. She is survived by many friends, including Mr. and Mrs. C.E. (Hazel) Short of Trinidad. Service for Mrs. Shaffer will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 31, 1987, at Campbell-Lewis-Cotter & Sons Funeral Home, with the Rev. Leonard Goering officiating, followed by interment at Masonic Cemetery.
Ella Shaft - Huerfano World - December 2, 1993 - This Week in Walsenburg History - 1918: Ella Shaft, 24, of this city, died of Spanish influenza. [Editor's Note: Ella Mellisa Shaft died November 24, 1918. Obituary listed Walsenburg World, November 28, 1918, and World independent, November 29, 1918, page 4.]
Shafter, Mildred M.
Mildred M. Shafter - Huerfano World - October 8, 1998 - Mildred M. Shafter, 72, of San Leandro, CA, formerly of Walsenburg, died September 30, 1998 at her home in California. Born July 28, 1926 to Simon and Isabel Aguirre Pino in lower Badito, she was raised in the Pino family homestead in the Huerfano County area. She attended Badito grade school and graduated from Huerfano County High School in 1945. She and her husband, Ernest, owned and operated their own business in California and she ranched all her adult life in Colorado. Mrs. Shafter is survived by her husband, Ernest, San Leandro; a son Joey Shafter; brothers and sisters, Leonard Pino, San Leandro, Savino, George, Albert, and Edward Pino, Walsenburg, Della Rincon, Manchester, CA., Patricia Steffani and Caroline Wilson, Sacramento, CA, and Roy Pino, Denver, numerous nieces and nephews. Rosary will be from St. Mary Church in Walsenburg at 7 p.m. Thursday (today) and funeral mass will be at 10 a.m. Friday from St. Mary Church. Burial at a later date in Pino Cemetery in Lower Badito.
Shahan, Jessica Nicole
Jessica Nicole Shahan - Enid News & Eagle - September 8, 2006 - Enid, OK - The funeral for Jessica Nicole Shahan, 18, of Alva, will be 1:30 p.m. Saturday at First Assembly of God Church, Alva. Burial will be in Alva Municipal Cemetery. Arrangements are by Wharton Funeral Chapel, Alva. She was born Dec. 6, 1987, in Pueblo, Colo., to Rodney and Vicky Prophet Shahan and died Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2006. She attended school in Rye, Colo., until 1995. She attended Burlington schools until 1997 and then attended Alva public schools, graduating with in 2006. She was a member of Alva First Assembly of God Church and Impact Youth. Surviving are her parents, Vicky and Rodney and one brother, Clayton, all of Hardtner, Kan.; two half sisters, Kacy Everheart and Kelly Shahan, both of Darlington, Ind.; two half brothers, Sam of Darlington and Jamie Reed of Penrose, Colo.; and grandparents, Dean and Marie Prophet of Pueblo. Memorials may be made through the funeral home to Jess's Love Fund.
Shain, Joseph Ignatius
Joseph Ignatius Shain - Denver Rocky Mountain News - September 10, 1999 - Joseph Ignatius Shain, 58, of Denver died Sept. 5 in Denver. Private services were held. Mr. Shain was born in Trinidad on Oct. 1, 1940. He married Evon Shall, 1984. He was retired from the Aurora Water Treatment Plant. He was a member of American Legion Post 0211. Survivors include his wife; sons Jack of Walsenburg, Joseph of Denver; stepdaughter Julie Chavez of Thornton; stepson Mark Daniels of Denver; sisters Charlotte Statael of Arvada, Geraldene Ferri of Commerce City; eight grandchildren.
Major Shall Pueblo Colorado Daily Chieftain April 25, 1874 Through a private telegram received in this city yesterday, we learn that Major Shall, who was wounded in the Baxter-Brooks disturbance in Little Rock, Arkansas, is dead. Major Shall visited this city last winter and remained several months.
Shallcross, A. P.
A. P. Shallcross Pueblo Colorado Daily Chieftain March 12, 1875 A. P. Shallcross, Esq., of Denver, well known in this city died at his home on Wednesday last of pneumonia, the result of a severe cold contracted while in discharge of his duty as a fireman, at the burning of the Planter's House.
Shama, John Eli
John Eli Shama - Huerfano World - December 3, 1998 - John Eli Shama, 71, of Walsenburg, formerly of Ohio, died November 27, 1998. Born November 18, 1927 in Akron, Ohio to Eli and Sady Farra Shama he was a retired captain in the US Air Force. He came to reside in the Colorado State Veterans Nursing Home on September 23, 1996. Survivors include, his wife, Dilek, Uniontown, Ohio; a son, Dennis Shama, Denver; a daughter, Dora Shama, Chicago, IL, a brother, Ossie Shama, Akron and five nieces. Funeral service was from the St. Johns Greek Orthodox Church in Pueblo. Burial was in Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver.
Shane, Barbara Cooper
Barbara Cooper Shane - Pueblo Chieftain - April 15, 2005 - Barbara Cooper Shane passed away quietly on Wednesday, April 13, 2005, at the Sangre de Cristo Fuentes de Vida Hospice Care Center. At her request, there will be no service. Cremation has taken place. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Barbara's memory to the hospice center through Adrian Comer Funeral Home.
Shane, Louise Phyllis
Louise Phyllis Shane (Martucci) - Pueblo Chieftain - September 01, 2001 - Louise Phyllis Shane (Martucci) 77, (Aug. 7, 1924 to Aug. 24, 2001) Born in Berwind, Colo. Entered into rest on Aug. 24, 2001 after a long battle with cancer. She was preceded in death by her father Joseph and Mary Martucci of Colo., brother Anthony Martucci of San Jose and father of her three children, ex-husband J.D. Shane of Pueblo, Colo. She is survived by her three children and spouses, Karen Kreitas, Kathy Mitchell and Michael Shane, stepson Aaron Freitas, Grandchildren Kelsey, Kara Mitchell, Ryan, Nichole Shane, one great grandchild Riley Freitas, all of Calif. Her lifelong friend of 74 years Helen Lapp of Pueblo, Colo. attended services. Louise will be buried with her mother Mary Martucci in Calif. A loving, devoted mother, she will be greatly missed.
Shaneff, Karl P.
Karl P. Shaneff - Pueblo Chieftain - June 13, 2000 - Karl P. Shaneff, 82, passed away June 10, 2000, at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital. Born Aug. 14, 1917, in Indianapolis, Ind. He retired from the Los Angeles Times Newspaper production department with more than 32 years service. After moving to Pueblo, Karl worked at the Stag Tobacco Shop in the Pueblo Mall for 11 years, and also delivered Meals on Wheels to Pueblo shut-ins. He enjoyed going to Cripple Creek and Las Vegas, and visiting his friends (the employees) of 29th Street Safeway Store, who would help him do his shopping. Predeceased by his parents, Pandel and Theodora Shaneff; his buddies, (dogs) "Little One" and "Ruff." Survived by his beloved wife, Isabell A. Shaneff; children, Renee (Louie) Nocera, Michael Butchko, Carl (Irene) Shaneff, Gary Shaneff, Vera "Tootsie" Estrada, Larry (Lyn) Guerrero, Elizabeth Guerrero, William (Karla) Guerrero; one brother, Steve (Olga) Shaneff; 13 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren. Rosary vigil, 7 p.m. today, Angelus Chapel. Funeral Mass, 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Cathedral of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Rev. Ron Roche celebrant. Interment, Roselawn. Family will receive friends at 919 Central Court.
Shaner, Clifford S.
Clifford S. Shaner - Pueblo Chieftain - May 14, 1986 - Clifford S. Shaner, age 73, passed away May 12, 1986, at a local nursing home. Survived by his wife, Sarah of the family home; two sisters, Velma (Paul) Dugan, Colorado Springs; Gertrude Lofland, Las Vegas, Nev.; and one brother, Noble (Agnes) Shaner, Pueblo. Numerous nieces and nephews also survive. Preceded in death by his parents and two brothers. Employed as an electrician for 40 years at CF&I Steel Corp., retiring in July 1980. He was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying fishing and hunting. Service, 10 a.m. Friday, May 16, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1001 Constitution, with Bishop Arthur Bertenshaw officiating. Interment, Roselawn Cemetery. Visitation to begin Thursday.
Shaner, Sarah B.
Sarah B. Shaner Pueblo Chieftain September 03, 2006 - Sarah B. Shaner, 88, passed away Sept. 1, 2006. She is preceded in death by her husband, Clifford S. Shaner; three brothers and three sisters. Sarah is survived by her sister, Georgia I. Perkins; sister in-law, Frances Davis, both of Pueblo; also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. In memory of Sarah, donations may be made to a charity of your choice. Viewing, 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, T.G. McCarthy Funeral Home. Funeral service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2006, T.G. McCarthy Rose Chapel, with interment to follow at Roselawn Cemetery.
John Shanks - Huerfano World - March 1, 1990 - This Week in La Veta History - 1921: David Firm had his grandson John Shanks, who was killed in a boxing match, buried in the family plot in the La Veta Cemetery.
Shanks, William C.
William C. (Bill) Shanks - Pueblo Chieftain - August 25, 1999 - William C. (Bill) Shanks, 82, passed away Aug. 22, 1999. He was born Feb. 13,1917, in Black Oak, Ark. Survived by his wife, Kathryn- sons, William (Pamela), Michael, Jon (Irene)- and daughters, Paula (John) and Patricia. Also survived by seven grandchildren as well as several nieces and nephews. Bill was a United States World War II Navy veteran, having served on submarines in the South Pacific. He retired with 23 years of service as an auditor with the U.S. General Accounting Office, Detroit, Mich., in 1977 and returned to his beloved state of Colorado. At his request, cremation, Almont Crematory, with no services. In lieu of food and flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association at 1157 W. Abriendo Ave., Pueblo, 81004.
Shannon, Helen E.
Helen E. Shannon - Pueblo Chieftain - November 08, 1998 - Helen E. Shannon, 90, formerly of Kim and La Veta, died Nov. 6, in Rocky Ford. Services, 2 p.m. Tuesday, at the Kim Baptist Church with Rev. Maynard Bowen of the Prairie Bible Chapel officiating. Interment, Kim Cemetery. Survived by sons, Robert (Barbara) Shannon of Kim and Harvey (Phyllis) Shannon of Des Moines, N.M.- daughters, Eleanor (Jim) Foley of La Veta, Cecilia (Dave) Manning of Phoenix, Ariz., and Mary (Garry) Mayfield of Kim- and by numerous nieces and nephews.
Richard Shannon - Pueblo Chieftain - January 29, 2006 - Richard Shannon, 74, passed away unexpectedly Jan. 26, 2006. He was born Nov. 23, 1931, in Bon Carob, Colo. Preceded in death by parents, Paul Shannon and Maria Andrealita Shannon; siblings, John B. Shannon and Lucille Shannon. Richard is survived by his devoted wife of 45 years, Margie; daughters, Maria (Dominic) Mannino, Suzanne (Ernie) Chavez, Judy Shannon; son, Richard (Brenda) Shannon, all of Pueblo; grandchildren, Michelle, Dominic, Kristi, Anthony Mannino, Cheyenne, Dakotah Chavez, Emilio, Gabriel, Keana Pacheco, Gina Fresquez, Richard and Javien Shannon; sisters, Anna Marie (Ernest) Abeyta, Joan Shannon, Mary Jane (Wayne) Shupe, Theresa (Jerry) Murray, Edna (Rudy) Jimenez; brothers, Edward (Judy) Shannon, John Shannon; brothers- and sisters-in-law, Ernie (Barbra) Ortiz, Louie (Donna) Ortiz, Billy Ortiz, Bobby Ortiz, Rosella Leanord, Patty Boutelle and Nina Summet. Also survived by very special friends, Frank Vigil (brother), Tito Martinez and Ted Portillos; godchildren, Mechele Trujillo, Marco Macalusso Jr., Bret Ortiz; and numerous relatives and friends. Richard retired from CF&I Blast Furnace in 1980 after 30 years. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, riding horses, camping and spending time at the ranch in Bon Carbo before his accident in 1979. He cherished his family and friends. Richard especially enjoyed spending time with each of his grandchildren. He leaves many cherished memories. Richard will be sadly missed by his family and friends. Visitation noon to 4 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Rosary 7 p.m. Monday and Funeral Mass 11 a.m. Tuesday. Both services at Holy Family Church. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.
Shanstrom, Harvey M.
Harvey M. "Gus" Shanstrom - Pueblo Chieftain - June 17, 1987 - Harvey M. "Gus" Shanstrom, 1030 W. Orman, June 15, 1987. Husband of Norma A. Shanstrom. Father of John Mark Shanstrom (and his fiancιe, Gloria Wasserman), Denver, and Marcia (and her husband, Maj. William) Fruland, Middletown, R.I. Grandfather of Sarah, Tyler and Bonnie Fruland. Brother of Morris Shanstrom, Pueblo; Edith Beatty, Arkansas, and Helen Quimby, Colorado. Also survived by his mother-in-law, Blanche Marshall, Pueblo. Mr. Shanstrom was preceded in death by his granddaughter, Meghan Shanstrom. He was a lifelong Pueblo resident and the owner-operator of Opp's Barber and Beauty Supply for many years. Mr. Shanstrom was a veteran of service with the U.S. Coast Guard during WW II and was active in many civic and fraternal organizations. Service, 11 a.m. Thursday, George McCarthy Historic Chapel, conducted by Father Fred Johnson. Interment, Fort Logan National Cemetery, Denver. Friends who wish may make memorials to Cancer Research, Children's Hospital, Denver, through the funeral home office.
Shanstrom, Norma A.
Shanstrom, Norma A. - Colorado Springs Gazette - April 2, 2009 - Shanstrom, Norma A., 80, passed away March 31 in Denver, CO. She was preceded in death by husband, Harvey Gus Shanstrom. Mother of Mark (Gloria) Shanstrom of Denver and Marcia (William) Fruland of Colorado Springs; grandmother of Sarah (Mike) Brenholt, Bonnie Fruland, Tyler Fruland and Megan Shanstrom; sister's Priscilla, Vera, Marilyn and Carol and many nieces and nephews. Throughout her life in Pueblo Mrs. Shanstrom modeled for Peggy Sue's Dress Shop and was popular with both local and national beauty supply companies and shops modeling the newest hairdos. She was active in the Elks and Junior Chamber of Commerce, was a member of the Daughters of the Nile and a passionate reader. She moved to Denver in 1989. Memorial Service, Friday, 1 p.m., Cameron Church, 1600 South Pearl Street, Denver. Contributions suggested to Denver Public Library, Community Relations Dept., 10 W. 14th Avenue Parkway, Denver, CO 80204.
Shapley, E. S. (Infant of)
Infant Shapley Pueblo Chieftain February 18, 1901 Died Sunday, February 17, 1901, at the family residence, 1206 east Tenth street, infant child of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Shapley. Funeral services were held yesterday at 2 o'clock at the family home. Interment Riverview.
Sharon, Goldie M.
Goldie M. Sharon - Pueblo Chieftain - December 31, 2003 - Goldie M. Sharon, 80, of Fowler, died Monday, Dec. 29, 2003. She was born July 16, 1923, in Thomas County, Kan., the daughter of Ray Everett and Lula Edna Storm Mansfield. She was raised in the Boone area and attended schools in Boone and Nepesta. She worked as a cook and waitress in many restaurants in Pueblo, Fowler and Rocky Ford. She married Wheeler R. Sharon, Aug. 9, 1950. She worked at the Fowler Library and baby-sat for many Fowler families. Survived by husband; and the following children, Robin Douglas and Bonnie Rogers of Roseburg, Ore., Dwight (Ike) Nelson and Linda Rogers of Mesquite, Nev., Patricia (Patty Ruth) and John Black of Fowler, Richard Ray and Loretta Sharon of Olney Springs, Colo., Amelia (Amy) Lu and Jim Wingard of Pueblo, Colo., William (Bill) Joseph and Barbara Sharon of Burlington, Colo., Kay Lynn and Larry Reed of Amargosa Valley, Nev., Netta Faye and David Cummings of Fowler; a sister, Lois Sharon of Pueblo; and a brother, Raymond Mansfield of Fowler; 23 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by parents; a sister, Edna Lee; and one great-grandchild. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004, at Fowler Christian Church. Memorials to Fowler Ambulance Fund may be sent in care of the funeral home.
Sharon, Marie Esther
Marie Esther Sharon - Pueblo Chieftain - October 19, 1999 - Marie Esther Sharon, 87, passed away Oct. 15, 1999. Visitation, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday at the funeral home. Graveside service, 2 p.m. Thursday, Fowler Cemetery, Fowler, Colo.
Bernice Sharp - Pueblo Chieftain - April 22, 2002 - Passed away at her home in Pueblo on Thursday, April 18, 2002. She leaves behind her husband of 56 years, Thomas; one daughter, Barbara (Gary) Sloan; grandchildren, Geri (Pat) Cordova, all of Pueblo, Matthew (Lucy) Sloan of Denver; great-grandchildren, Abby and Aaron Cordova, Justice Sloan and his baby brother who will be born this summer; sisters, Lois Bustos, Henrietta Bustos, Donna Peacock, Betty Cordova; and a brother, Bill Schmidt and their families. Bernice will be greatly missed by her fellow members of Rebecca Circle and the First United Methodist Church, as well as numerous friends and neighbors. During her lifetime, Bernice dedicated herself to making a wonderful home for her family, was a loving wife and mother, supported and participated in school and club activities with her daughter and was actively involved in her church. Cremation in the Davis Crematory. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, April 26, 2002, in the First Methodist Church, 310 W. 11th St., with the Rev. Jean Schwein officiating. Private inurnment will take place in the Upper Huerfano Cemetery at Gardner, Colo.
Sharp, Brian L. Sage
Brian L. Sage Sharp - Pueblo Chieftain - June 02, 1998 - Brian L. Sage Sharp, 33, of Las Animas, formerly of Lamar and McClave, died May 30, 1998. Funeral services 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 3, 1998, at Valley Memorial Funeral Chapel, Lamar. Burial in the Wiley Cemetery. Visitation, 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. today and from 8 a.m. to service time Wednesday. Memorial contributions to the Parkview Baptist Church Memorial Hedge Fund.
Sharp, Herley Dana
Herley Dana Sharp Albuquerque Journal May 7, 2002 - Herley Dana Sharp, age 51 a resident of Houston, TX, died unexpectedly May 2, 2002, while on assignment in Phoenix, Arizona. He was widely respected as a Certified Trainer and Crane Rigging Specialist with Baldwin Industrial Services. A friend says, Dana was a good man tried, tested, and true- whether son, father, brother, husband, or friend. Good Old HD always came through! Dana is survived by his wife, Jeanette; daughter, Maggie; son, Justin; and stepson, Brent Kirby, all of Houston. He is also survived by his parents G. Robert and Emily Sharp of Albuquerque; his sisters, Amanda and husband, Richard Thompson of Trinidad, Colorado; Melissa Sharp of Moline, Illinois; Amy and husband, Stephen Rhutasel of Albuquerque; niece, Liza Lee and husband, Scott Norris of Peralta; and five other nieces, nephews and a grand nephew. Memorial services will be held Wednesday, 4:00 p.m. at French Mortuary, Lomas Blvd. Chapel, 10500 Lomas Blvd. NE, with Pastor Rick Donaho officiating. French Mortuary, 1050 Lomas Bld. NE.
Sharp, John E.
John E. Sharp - Pueblo Chieftain - September 11, 2002 - John E. Sharp, age 59, left this world on Sunday, Sept. 8, 2002, peacefully in the arms of his loving wife of 42 years, Enie. John leaves to cherish his memory, daughters, Becky (Steve) Elizondo and Johna (Mark) Bassi; his mother, Mary Sharp; and sister, Connie Sharp, both of Seattle. Predeceased by his father, John Sharp in 1992. His pride and joy were his grandchildren, Markie Lynn, Jeremiah and Mario Bassi and Stephanie Rae Elizondo. John also adored his special extended family, Sheri (Randy) Wills and their daughters, Brianne and Miranda, Ed Reinert and sons, Hunter and Joshua Dominguez. He was an avid hunter, fisherman, knife maker and gun enthusiast. He was a member of the Mesa Shooters Gun Club. John and Enie loved to spend time in the great outdoors. He was an honorable, loyal and true friend and was always there for those who needed him. Enjoyed by all who knew him, John was always ready with a joke and a contagious smile. He will be missed by many close friends. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m., Friday, Sept. 13, George McCarthy Historic Chapel. In lieu of food and flowers, contributions can be made in John's memory to his grandchildren's college fund, the John E. Sharp Memorial Fund, established at Pueblo Bank & Trust.
Lee Sharp - Huerfano World - December 27, 1990 - Lee Sharp, 81, of Canon City, died Dec. 20, 1990, in that city. Born April 18, 1909, in Gardner, to William A. Sharp and Tina Mae Millsap, he was a rancher on the family ranch until 1954 when he went to work for the State Highway Department. He was a highway maintenance foreman until he retired in 1974. Mr. Sharp was a member of Gardner Methodist Church, Grange in Gardner, Elks Lodge, Walsenburg and school board of Gardner for several years. He moved to Pueblo 18 years ago after he retired from the State Highway Department. He then moved to Canon City two years later. Survivors are children, Leatrice Schafer, Walsenburg and George Sharp, Pueblo; brother, Tom Sharp, Pueblo; grandchildren and, two great-grandchildren. Memorial service was Saturday at Holt Family Chapel of the Garden. Cremation through Holt Family Funeral Home Crematory.
Sharp, Lyle C
Lyle C. Sharp - Pueblo Chieftain - April 29, 2002 - Lyle C. Sharp, 83, passed away April 27, 2002. He is preceded in death by his wife, Annabell Palmer Sharp. Survived by his children, Lyle Sharp Jr. (Vickie) of Louisville, Ky., Robert (Charlene) Sharp, Gig Harbor, Wash., Samuel (Shirley) Sharp, Beulah, and Kelley (Don) Mangin of Pueblo. Mr. Sharp retired from the city of Pueblo as director of aviation. He was a past master of AF&AM Pueblo Lodge No. 17; member and 33rd degree Mason with Southern Colorado Consistory; member of Pueblo Chapter No. 7 of Order of Eastern Star and the York Rite Bodies; life member of BPOE No. 90 of Pueblo ; and Sons of the American Revolution. Visitation, noon to 7 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Graveside Rose Croix services, 10 a.m. Tuesday at Imperial Memorial Gardens.
Sharp, Thomas N.
Thomas N. Tom Sharp - Pueblo Chieftain - April 30, 2003 - Thomas N. Tom Sharp passed away April 28, 2003. Tom was born in Walsenburg, Colo., on June 22, 1920, and was raised on his family's ranch. During his life he was a cowboy, he built airplanes and drove 18-wheelers, hauling everything from livestock to gasoline. He is a Past Master of Silver State Lodge No. 95 AF&AM, and Past High Priest of the Royal Arch Masons, Chapter No. 12. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church for 47 years and most recently a member of the Antioch Baptist Church, where he has found many new friends and another caring church family. Tom was preceded in death by his dear wife of 56 years Bernice; his brother, Lee; and sisters, Lillian and Pearl. Left to cherish his memory are his loving wife, Grace; daughter, Barbara (Gary) Sloan; grandchildren, Geri (Pat) Cordova, all of Pueblo, Matthew (Lucy) Sloan, of Denver; great-grandchildren, Abbey and Aaron Cordova, Justice and Ethan Sloan. He will also be greatly missed by Grace's children, additional family of whom he was very fond and proud, Jean (Ken) Van Pelt, Dave (Donna) McKenzie, Dan (Donna) McKenzie, Dennis (Michelle) McKenzie and Don McKenzie and their children, several nieces, nephews and a multitude of friends. Cremation in the Davis Crematory. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, May 2, 2003, in the Davis Memorial Chapel with Masonic memorial rites by Silver State Lodge No. 95 AF&AM. Contributions in memory of Tom may be made to the Antioch Baptist Church or the Silver State lodge No. 95 Education Fund through the mortuary.
Sharp, Velma M.
Velma M. Sharp - Pueblo Chieftain - September 14, 1997 - Velma M. Sharp, 93, of McClave, died Friday, Sept. 12, 1997. Graveside funeral services and burial, 10 a.m. Tuesday, Fairmount Cemetery, Lamar. Visitation, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, Valley Memorial-Lamar. Memorial contributions to the charity of the donor's choice
Betty Sharpe - Pueblo Chieftain - March 01, 2003 - Betty Sharpe, 78, left us Feb. 26, 2003. Survived by husband, Marvin; children, Beverly (William) Maxey and Gary (Roberta) Sharpe; and sister-in-law, Joy Fouts. Betty served in the Cadet Nurse Corps during WWII. Her professional life was devoted to public health nursing in several locations, including the Pueblo City-County Health Department, 1984-1989. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Monday, March 3, 2003, King of Kings Lutheran Church, Pastor Mark Crates officiating. Family has requested the omission of flowers and food. Memorial contributions may be made to King of Kings Lutheran Church or Sangre De Cristo Hospice.
Sharpe, Edith R.
Edith R. Sharpe - Pueblo Chieftain - June 04, 2000 - Edith R. Sharpe, wife of the late Lee H. Sharpe; mother of Richard (Kathy) Sharpe of Salida and Karen (Dan) Studen of Pueblo; stepmother of Georgia Cooper of Santa Fe, N.M., and Nadine (Marcus) Smaby of Firecrest, Wash.; sister of Loraine Rickman of Littleton; grandmother of Luke Sharpe of Salida and Amanda Sharpe of Lakewood. Rosary, 10 a.m. and Mass 10:30 a.m. on Monday, June 5, 2000, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Salida. Interment at Fairview Cemetery. Visitation Sunday, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Lewis and Glenn Funeral Home in Salida. Memorial contributions to the Heart of the Rockies Regional Medical Center, through the funeral home, P.O. Box 925, Salida, 81201.
Shasteen, Jammie Brice
Jammie Brice Shasteen - Pueblo Chieftain - July 19, 2006 - Jammie Brice Shasteen, born Mar. 3, 1961, Denver, Colo. died July 16, 2006 on Pine Ridge Reservation, S.D. Beloved son of Tommy and Lora Shasteen who preceded him in death. Survived by Wife Leslie, Children Amy and Nick, Grandson Duke, Twin Brother Jimmie and Lisa Shasteen. Burial and service held in S.D. with memorial services to follow in Pueblo. Notice of memorial will be given.
Shattuck, Guy T.
Guy Trigg Shattuck - Pueblo Chieftain - July 09, 2002 - Guy Trigg Shattuck, 80, passed away July 7, 2002. Survived by his wife, Mildred Jean Shattuck; son, Larry (Eloise) Shattuck; daughter, Marilyn Novak; grandchildren, Jason, Lisa and Jarret Shattuck and Jennifer Novak; stepson, Lew Core; step-grandsons, Sean Core, Jeremy and Joshua Stewart and Jess Turner; cousin, Naomi Schade; and numerous nieces and nephews. Guy was born Aug. 19, 1921, in La Cyge, Kan. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He worked for Schade Sawmill of Florence, Colo., and as a chef extraordinaire in numerous restaurants. Member of St. Paul United Methodist Church, IOOF and DAV. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, July 10, 2002, at St. Paul United Methodist Church, 107 E. Routt, with the Rev. Tom Peacock officiating. Private inurnment, Mountain View Cemetery Garden Columbarium. Those who desire may make memorials to St. Paul U.M.C. through the funeral home.
Shattuck, Robert Duane
Robert Duane Shattuck - Albuquerque Journal September 13, 2006 - Robert Duane Shattuck, 63, passed away Monday, September 11, 2006. He was born May 17, 1943 in Pueblo, CO. He is survived by his mother, Yvonne (Babe) Shattuck; his brother, Samuel and wife Pat; daughters, Staci and Amy; ten grandchildren; two nieces and one nephew; and one great-niece and three great-nephews; his fiancιe, Beverly Simen. Rosary will be recited on Wednesday, September 13, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. at French Mortuary - Westside Chapel with a viewing to be held at 6:00 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Thursday, September 14, 2006 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, 1502 Sara Rd. Rio Rancho, NM. French Mortuary 9300 Golf Course Rd. NW (505) 897-0300.
Rosemary (Rosie) Stupar Shaufler - Pueblo Chieftain - November 20, 1999 - Rosemary (Rosie) Stupar Shaufler, 55, born July 3, 1944, passed away Nov. 18, 1999, after a long, courageous battle with diabetes. Left to cherish her memory is her father, Stanley Stupar of Pueblo; brother, Robert Stupar of Pueblo; sister, Sandra (Joseph) Genova of Aurora; children, Kristine (Burt) Trujillo of Pueblo West, Debbie Shaufler, and Pete Longo of Pueblo. Also survived by grandchildren, Tony and Monica Trujillo, Britiany Shaufler, Nichole and Kirsten Longo; mother-in-law, Laura Shaufler; sister-in-law, Nelda (Richard) Hijar; brother-in-law, Gary (Linda) Shaufler; and niece, Vanessa Hijar, all of Pueblo. Preceded in death by her husband, Carl Shaufler; mother, Hilda Stupar; and father-in-law, Rex Shaufler. Rosemary was a strong and courageous person who loved her family dearly. She loved the Denver Broncos and would always watch the games on Sunday with her Popa. She also loved her dog, Bear. She enjoyed reading and talking with family and friends whenever possible. Rosemary retired from AT&T in January of 1993 after 23 years of service. Rosemary will be sadly missed by all of those who knew and loved her. The family would like to thank the nursing staff at the Life Care Center of Pueblo. These wonderful women who gave Rosemary love, friendship and courage at a time when she needed it the most. Again, thank you. Viewing, Sunday, noon to 5 p.m., George McCarthy Funeral Home. Memorial service, Tuesday, 10 a.m., George McCarthy Historic Chapel. Inurnment, Roselawn Cemetery.
Shaufler, Thelma Marie
Thelma Marie (Williams) Shaufler - Pueblo Chieftain - January 25, 2005 - Thelma Marie (Williams) Shaufler passed away on Jan. 22, 2005 after a long battle with breast cancer. Thelma was born on July 20, 1931 in Little Rock, AK to her parents Frances and Leman Shaufler. She is preceded in death by her parents, survived by children Linda Deltondo, Bill Williams, Tom Williams, husband Dan Williams, brother Stan (Mary Beth) Shaufler, Toney Shaufler, sisters Geri (Howard) Farver, Julie (Ivan) Hargis, and numerous nieces, nephews, grandchildren, and great grandchildren. Thelma was a beloved mother, wife and sister. With help from Sangre de Cristo Hospice, her husband and sons were able to care for her in the family home in her final days. Relatives and friends will be received at 2291 Chantala Ave. at 1pm on Sat., Jan. 30th.
Shaver, H. J. Buck
H. J. "Buck" Shaver - Colorado Springs Gazette - April 29, 2009 - Buck Shaver left this life on April 24th, 2009, to begin his new eternal life in heaven. He was surrounded by his loving wife of 64 years, his two sons, and his daughter-in-law. Buck is survived by his wife Margaret, his two sons Bob (Cindy) and Weldon (Dee), and his four grandchildren Darlene, Jason, Kristi, and Alexis. He loved his family very much and was always willing to share his time and his love with them. Buck was a member of Grace Presbyterian Church where he served faithfully for over 35 years. Buck was born in Colorado Springs to Walter and Grace Shaver in 1926. He was preceded in death by his parents and his older brother Vern Shaver. Buck grew up in Colorado Springs and graduated from Falcon High School where he met the love of his life, Margaret. They were married on April 7th, 1945 shortly before he left to serve his country in World War II. Upon returning to Colorado Springs, he worked as a mechanic and eventually opened his own garage with his friend Grier Manning. Buck and Grier not only ran a successful business but they also shared a passion for auto racing. They formed a very successful team, with Grier as the driver, and Buck as the crew chief. They competed in the Rocky Mountain Midget Racing Association at tracks in Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Denver and many other tracks in the western United States. Buck also worked at Perkins Motor Company for 25 years in the service department. He had many loyal customers who would only talk to Buck because he is the only guy who can fix my car. His love for automobiles led him to the Veteran Motor Car Club of America (VMCCA) where he served as a board member and president. He loved to restore vintage automobiles and participate in local and national tours with the VMCCA. He won many awards for his own restored cars such as his 1940 Buick Century, his 1932 Chevrolet Roadster, and his 1933 Chevrolet Truck. He always helped others in the club and will be missed by all of his VMCCA family. A Memorial Service to celebrate Buck's life is planned for 4:00-6:00 pm on Friday, May 1st, at Grace Presbyterian Church, 2511 North Logan Ave. in Colorado Springs. The family would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to the staff at The University of Colorado Burn/Trauma ICU. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be sent to University of Colorado Hospital Burn/Trauma Unit, PO Box 6510, Aurora, CO 80045.
Shaver, Harold D.
Harold D. Shaver - Pueblo Chieftain - December 23, 1987 - Harold D. Shaver passed away Dec. 21, 1987. Mr. Shaver served in the U.S. Air Force during World War II and retired from the PAD. He was a member of Lake Avenue Baptist Church, a charter member of Elks Lodge 2456 of Monte Vista and a member of Sky Corral RC Club. Survivors include his wife, Freda L. Shaver, of the family home; two stepsons, Owen L. Rodgers of Denver and Raymond L. Rodgers of California; seven grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, four cousins and one aunt. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in the Lake Avenue Baptist Church, with the Rev. Harold Tuttle officiating. Interment will be at Imperial Memorial Gardens. Those who wish may make donations to Lake Avenue Baptist Church Memorial Fund or Sky Corral RC Club.
Shaver, J. M.
J. M. Shaver Durango Democrat March 12, 1903 Wreck on C. &. S. Near Trinidad, Colo., Last Night One Killed Trinidad, Colo., March 11 A collision of passenger and freight trains on the Colorado & Southern at Beshoar, 12 miles south of here, tonight, resulted in the death of one man and the injury of two more, one of whom will probably die. Dead: J. M. Shaver, fireman passenger train, unmarried. Injured: John Carroll, engineer freight, scalded legs, head cut, will probably die; C. W. Fitz, fireman freight, legs scalded, head cut, will recover. None of the passengers were injured
Shaver, Priscilla M.
Priscilla M. Shaver - Pueblo Chieftain - October 06, 2004 - Priscilla M. Shaver, 100, born Feb. 28, 1904, passed away Sept. 28, 2004. Preceded in death by her husband, Herbert S. Shaver in 1962; and grandson, Kenneth Lee Shaver. Survived by her son, Herbert J. (Erma) Shaver; grandchildren, John S. Shaver, Herbert D. Shaver and Susan M. Cover; and great-grandchildren, Anthony Shaver, Ashley Shaver, Jeremy Cover and Hailey Cover. Also survived by her sisters, Catherine Durgin and Theresa Via. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 8, 2004, Christ the King Church. Donations may be made to Christ the King Church in Priscilla's memory.
Charles Shaw Pueblo Chieftain November 23, 1917 Charles Shaw, age 41 years, died at a local hospital yesterday afternoon. The remains are at Davis & Vories. Summit County Journal - December 1, 1917 Dreams Man Is Dead; Finds Body - Pueblo A dream led Mrs. Charles Shaw of Independence, Kan., to hurry to Colorado in search of her husband, who had gone to Cripple Creek. She found his body in the insane asylum here, where he died. In her dream, she says, she saw him lying murdered, beaten to death. Pueblo Chieftain - November 24, 1917 Coroner's Jury Finds Insane Man Died of Natural Causes An investigation into the death of Charles Shaw, inmate of the state hospital for the insane, who died at the hospital Thursday was held yesterday afternoon by Coroner Ray Taylor, and a coroner's jury at the Davis-Vories mortuary. Shaw was committed to the asylum Monday from Cripple Creek. His death occurred suddenly and when his wife arrived Thursday afternoon she noticed bruises on his face and head and neck and demanded an investigation by the coroner. Coroner Taylor had a postmortem examination made by Dr. W. F. Rich. Dr. Rich testified at the inquest yesterday afternoon that he found a large number of bruises on the body of Shaw, all of which were of a superficial character and did not cause death and in his opinion were not contributing causes to the death of Shaw. Dr. Rich said that he found the man's stomach and bowels and kidneys to be diseased and that his brain showed evidences of disease. He declared that death was due to weak heart action brought about by the general run-down mental and physical condition of the man. Ward attendants and ward nurses at the asylum testified that Shaw had been admitted to the asylum and that he was assigned to the violent ward after the first day. They said he was affected by insane ideas of a grandiose character. The man was permitted to mingle with the other inmates in the recreation hall for a few minutes Wednesday morning, and while there became involved in a fight. He was thrown down and pummeled by one of the other inmates, but they were separated and Shaw was returned to his room. Wednesday evening he was permitted to leave his room again and meeting another inmate in the toilet he became involved in a second fight. During this fight Shaw was struck with a porcelain vessel before the ward attendants could separate them. Thursday morning Shaw was quite ill and hardly able to stand on his feet and he was in the care of a physician up to the minute of his death which occurred about noon Thursday. The coroner's jury found that Shaw's death was due to natural causes. The jury was in conference only a few minutes when the verdict was reached. The body of Shaw will be returned to his former home in Sydney, Ohio, and will be accompanied by his wife and two children. Before the illness which resulted in his being sent to the asylum here he was employed in Cripple Creek as a barber. He was 45 years old.
Shaw, Elizabeth Emery
Elizabeth Emery Shaw - World Independent - March 6, 1946 - Mrs. Elizabeth Emery Shaw, wife of Richard E. Shaw of 236 East Sixth Street, died at her home last evening. She was born in Scotland and came to this country when a girl. Besides her husband she is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Fred Simpson and Mrs. Victor Burke of Longmont, Colo., Mrs. George Haddow and Mrs. Harry Ralya of Walsenburg, and Miss Joyce Shaw of Walsenburg; and by three sons, William J. Shaw with the Seabees in the Pacific, Richard E. Shaw Jr. of Denver and John W. Shaw of Trinidad. Also by one brother, William Cook of Lake Tahoe, Calif. She was a member of the Pythian Sisters, American Legion Auxiliary and of the W.B.A. Funeral services under the direction of the Unfug-Peet mortuary will be announced later.
Flora Shaw - Huerfano World - October 18, 1973 - Funeral Service being held today for Mrs. Flora Shaw. Mrs. Lawrence (Flora) Shaw died Monday morning, Oct. 15, 1973 at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital, where she has been a patient for the last three days. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today, Thursday, in the Furphy Lawson Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Ward Barter officiating. Mrs. Shaw, 80, has been a resident of Huerfano County all her life, having lived in La Veta, Loma Park and Toltec during the last 20 years. Born May 12, 1893, in Walsenburg, she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Sellers and was married to Lawrence Shaw in Denver in 1927. He died in 1935. Mrs. Shaw was the sister of Mrs. Dorothy Langosh of Pueblo, Thomas Snedden of Walsenburg, John and George Snedden of Tacoma, Wash., niece of Mrs. Dorothy Westbrook of Toltec, and aunt to several nieces and nephews. Burial will be in Masonic Cemetery, Walsenburg.
Shaw, Harlan William
Harlan William "Bill" Shaw - Pueblo Chieftain - June 19, 2001 - Harlan William "Bill" Shaw died June 15, 2001, in Pueblo. Bill was born in San Jose, Calif., on May 27, 1934, to Harlan and Leola Shaw who preceded him in death. Mr. Shaw was a photographer for many years before moving to Pueblo in 1978 where he had been employed as a truck driver. He served in the U.S. Army in Germany. Bill leaves to mourn his passing his former wife, Kaye Shaw of Colorado Springs; a stepdaughter, Mary Kaye Shawcross; and his grandchildren, Angie and Tony Shawcross, all of Littleton. Cremation in the Davis Crematory. Interment with graveside services will follow at a later date in the Fort Logan National Cemetery in Englewood, Colo.
John Shaw - Walsenburg World - March 9, 1916 - Suicide at Mayne - John Shaw, a blacksmith of Mayne, Colo., committed suicide by hanging himself to a rafter of his back porch last Friday night. The body was found early Saturday morning. The cause of the suicide is unknown. Shaw was an old-time resident of Huerfano County. He leaves a widow and several children.
Shaw, John Jr.
John Shaw Jr. - Huerfano World - December 29, 1977 - John Shaw Jr., 58, 220 East Grand Avenue, died apparently of a heart attack, Wednesday, Dec. 21, 1977. Mr. Shaw was taken to Huerfano Memorial Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival. Born at Pryor Nov. 15, 1919, Mr. Shaw attended Walsenburg schools, graduating from Huerfano County High School in 1938. He enlisted in the Army in 1941 and served until 1945. He then returned to Walsenburg where he began working for the Neeman Garage. He later worked in coal mines, first at Big Four, then with CF&I mine, and Allen Mine at Weston, until 1970 when he suffered his first heart attack. He was forced into retirement, and had several heart attacks since 1970. He had spent a week in the hospital in September. Mr. Shaw was a member of the United Mine Workers of America, VFW and the BPO Elks, No. 1086, Walsenburg Lodge. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mary (Biggi) Shaw, and his mother, Mrs. Susanna Shaw, of Walsenburg; a brother, Paul Shaw, Grand Junction; four uncles, five aunts, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 24., at St. Mary Church. Graveside services were conducted at Masonic Cemetery by UMWA and VFW. Boies Almont was in charge of arrangements.
Shaw, John Sr.
John Shaw Sr. - Huerfano World - November 16, 1972 - John Shaw Sr., of 125 Walsen Avenue, Walsenburg, died at Huerfano Memorial Hospital Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 8, 1972, after an illness of nearly five months. Shaw had suffered a stroke in August and since then two more. Funeral services were at Boies Chapel, Saturday with the Rev. H. Ward Barter officiating. United Mine Workers services were held at the Masonic Cemetery. Shaw was born in Glasgow, Scotland, Sept.l7,1897. He came to the United States and settled in Huerfano County in 1905. He worked forty-five years in the coal mines, last working in the mines at Sunnyside for the Major Coal Company in 1950. He then became the filter plant operator for the City of Walsenburg until he retired in 1955. Shaw was married to the former Susanna Soltis Feb. 22, 1919. He was a member of the United Mine Workers of America and had been president of the local union, and had given the Mine Workers burial services for many years. He was also a life member of Walsenburg Lodge, 1086, BPO Elks, and the Huerfano Lodge, 27, AF and AM. Shaw is survived by his wife Susanna, a son, John Shaw Jr., both of Walsenburg; another son, Paul Shaw, of Grand Junction; two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Snyder, La Junta and Mrs. Margaret Knox, Florence; two grandsons, nieces and nephews. Boies Almont were in charge of the services.
Shaw, John W.
John W. Shaw Durango Democrat February 12, 1909 Another Old Pioneer Gone At 10 o'clock yesterday morning John W. Shaw breathed his last at the home of his daughter, Mrs. E. E. Waters, of Mancos. He was 86 years of age. The survivors of the dead man are his wife and six children, they being Mrs. Henry Bollinger of La Plata City, Mrs. C. M. Reynolds of Animas City, Mrs. E. E. Waters of Mancos, Mrs. L. A. Thombs of Pueblo, Mrs. Frank Wigglesworth of Denver and Charles Shaw of Silverton. Deceased was one of the early settlers in this county, at one time running the Shaw hotel at Animas City. Together with Joe Dobbins he operated toll roads between Durango and Pagosa and Mancos. He was a member of the San Juan Pioneer association, having joined at its second meeting, which was held in Durango in 1896, at which time he lived on the Mancos and was engaged in stock raising. John W. Shaw was the son of Joseph and Eliza B. Shaw and was born in Albany, N. Y., April 17, 1827. He came to Black Hawk, Colo., in 1860 afterwards resided in Pueblo, where he located a ranch on what is now the site of South Pueblo. He came to Animas City on July 7, 1876. He was well known all over the San Juan district. The remains will be brought to Durango Saturday if the roads are open and interment will take place here Sunday. Slowly but surely the list of old timers is growing smaller and each has left his certain distinguishing mark for the future historian. They were a heroic band of trail blazers.
Shaw, Kenneth M.
Kenneth M. Shaw - Pueblo Chieftain - June 03, 1998 - Kenneth M. Shaw, 68, formerly of Las Animas, passed away May 22, 1998. Graveside s will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, June 5, 1998, at the Las Animas Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Shriner's Hospital for Children through the funeral home office.
Shaw, Lawrence Ward
Lawrence Ward Shaw - World Independent May 9, 1935 - Smoke From Fire In Old Globe Shaft Suffocates Cameron Miner Yesterday - Lawrence Shaw, of La Veta, Collapses as Last Group of Thirteen Reaches Fresh Air; Assistant Mine Foreman Also Overcome Directing Men - Death from suffocation for Lawrence Ward Shaw, 37, rope rider at the Cameron Mine, was the result of the fire in the Globe shaft at Cameron yesterday afternoon when Shaw, who with twelve other men had come from a point about two miles back in the workings of the mine after the general alarm, collapsed as the party reached fresh air. Gastano Savio and Tom Bodycomb, two of the party, said that just a few minutes before, Shaw had offered to help carry Dave Atken, assistant mine foreman, who had remained far back in the mine to direct the men to safety, and was overcome by the smoke. As the party reached fresh air, Shaw collapsed suddenly, Savio said. Atken was revived and today had completely recovered from the effects of the smoke. Shaw was dead when they got him out of the mine. Dr. G.M. Noonan, company physician, who was called to the mine, said that he found Shaw dead when he was lowered to the place in the mine where he collapsed. A mine rescue squad had worked over him for about 45 minutes without results. With C.A. Tallman, deputy coroner, R.L. Hare, general superintendent of the C.F. & I. company from Pueblo, and his assistant George Rupp, went into the mine last night to inspect the conditions there. An inquest probably will be held to determine the cause of Shaw's death. J.L. McBrayer, Cameron superintendent, said today following an investigation, that the cause of the short in the wiring which started the fire was a board dropped accidentally by one of the men wrecking the Globe tipple. He said the board scraped the insulation from one of the wires, which then came in contact with another wire starting the fire. McBrayer praised the work of the rope riders and young men in the mine, who waited until the last, allowing all the older workers to get out first. He said the work was handled as well as he had ever seen. Fire crews poured water down the Globe shaft until late last night and it is believed that the fire was completely extinguished. Company officials at Farr said today, that work could be resumed at any time. The mine was to be closed today anyway. The Globe shaft was an intake for the Cameron mine and after the fire started in the shaft, smoke was sucked quickly into the main workings of the mine. Five men were engaged in wrecking the Globe tipple to take it to Trinidad. Roco de Paulo, of Trinidad, recently purchased the tipple from C.F. & I. Co. Henry Ortega, who with Bud Holloworth, Alec Lucero, R.C. Chandler and Henry Holloworth, was helping drag timbers out of the shaft and dismantle the tipple, said that he was working directly (incomplete) make any headway with the blaze, and the Walsenburg fire truck was called. When they arrived, the old shaft house and tipple had burned to the ground. In the mine, the workers were making an orderly exit, according to several of the men in charge, and most of them were out by 3:30 o'clock. The group in which Shaw was making its way out came from the Sixth parting, nearly two miles in the mine. They were the last ones to reach the surface. It was between 3:30 and 4 o'clock when Shaw collapsed, according to the men who were with him. Shaw is survived by his wife, Flora, his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Shaw, of La Veta, a brother, Raneldo and sister, Aileen, of La Veta, and a sister, Mrs. Lilela Crothy of Silverton. He had lived in the county for 19 years, having come here from Nashville, Missouri. Funeral services will be announced later form the Unfug-Peet Mortuary. World Independent May 11, 1935 - Jury Says That Shaw Died From Suffocation - Story of Heroic Work of Younger Men at Mine Told on Stand at Coroner's Inquest Last Night; Shaw Aiding Rescue Workers Lawrence Ward Shaw, 37, rope rider at the Cameron mine "met death as the result of over-exertion, smoke and polluted air" said a coroner's jury last night following an inquest into the miner's death last Wednesday when the mine was filled with smoke from the burning Globe shaft, an intake to the mine. The heroic work of the younger men in the mine, including Shaw, during the evacuation of nearly 200 workers, some of them from a point about two miles back in the workings, was told on the witness stand last night. With Lee Boscia, another rope rider at the mine, Shaw made twelve trips into the smoke filled portion of the mine to conduct older men into the right manway in order that they would not get lost. There two men offered many of the older men parts of their clothing as they were emerging into colder air. Foreman Jim Jamison, who directed the evacuation work, said that Shaw was engaged in the work for about an hour and ten minutes. All of the younger men at the mine were praised by Superintendent J.L. McBrayer for the way in which they conducted themselves. Eight witnesses, including two doctors and six workers at the mine, testified before the jury. C.A. Tallman, deputy coroner, who investigated the case, was in charge of the inquest. Harvey Starbuck, deputy district attorney questioned the witnesses. Dr. G.M. Noonan as C.F. &I. company physician was first witness on the stand. He said that in his opinion, Shaw died from organic heart trouble. He said he based his opinion on the past record of the man, whom he had sent to Corwin hospital in 1933 and again in 1934 for medical attention. He said Shaw was dead when he reached the point about one and a half miles inside the mine where he fell, and that a rescue squad had administered artificial respiration for forty-five minutes. Dr. Noonan said he was present when Dr. S. M. Lamme performed the Post Mortem at the Unfug-Peet Mortuary, as was Dr. W.S. Chapman, but that the doctors did not hold a consultation. Superintendent McBrayer asked Dr. Noonan why he believed Shaw did not die from suffocation and Dr. Noonan replied that there was no discoloration in the face when he examined him in the mine. Dr. S.J. Lamme was called to the stand and testified that he was unable to determine the cause of death from the post mortem examination. He said that the lungs did not show sufficient reaction to cause death, but added that the body had been injected by the undertaker and therefore it was hard to determine the exact condition. He said the lungs were collapsed and parts of them were dark. Dr. Lamme said that Shaw's heart was normal. When recalled to the stand later, Dr. Lamme, answering Tallman's question, said there was no direct evidence of heart trouble. He said Shaw was a strong man in appearance. Jim Jamison, foreman at the mine, testified that he was called from the mine at 1:30 Wednesday afternoon. He said it took him twenty minutes to get out, and that when he saw the conditions above he went immediately back to the sixth parting and ordered all men out of the mine immediately. He said he phoned all parts of the mine from the sixth parting at 1:55. Jamison said with four other men, including Shaw, he stayed at the sixth parting and directed the evacuation. He said a group of men came along carrying Dave Atken, assistant pit boss, who had given out further back in the mine while directing the men at a point two miles back. He said Shaw offered to relieve the men carrying Atken, but was refused. He said they all started out and these were the last men, and that he had his hand on Shaw's shoulder when he dropped to the ground after taking about fifteen steps. He said that Shaw had been employed at the mine for over ten years and had been rope rider and parting tender for seven. Answering McBrayer, Jamison said there was no smoke at the point where Shaw fell. He said Shaw made twelve trips back into the mine to conduct men, and was doing this work for about an hour and ten minutes. Jamison said that one of the older men who was feeling low, Joe Barnosky, had been revived at that point by sprinkling water on his forehead. Shaw helped in this work. Frank Tomsic, one of the men who was helping to carry Atken, said Shaw tried to relieve him, telling him that he was fresh, and that Tomsic was tired from his long walk through the smoke. Tomsic refused him, however, and said that Shaw dropped fifteen steps later. He said Atken revived when he reached fresh air. Lee Boscia, who was working with Shaw was called to the stand and testified that Shaw tried several times to get him to let him take his position in the smoke section. He said that he and Shaw lent most of their clothing to older men as they came to that point. Boscia said that he held out hope for Shaw after he collapsed and that he worked on him for a long time administering artificial respiration. He answered McBrayer's question that the temperature was about . and out of it at that distance in the mine. Pete Carnusco testified that he saw Shaw fall. He said that the..(incomplete) stricken man did not again regain consciousness. Joe Barnosky testified next that he had some trouble getting from the smoke, as his legs gave out. Battiste Padoven testified that Shaw tried to relieve him also when he was helping carry Atken from the mine. He said several older men appeared in distress and he offered to help them. The jury was composed of Mike Valdez, Walter Westbrook, Tom Campbell, Jack Jennings, and Fred Ivey, all of Walsenburg, and Dominic Dewey of Toltec. Funeral services for Shaw will be held at La Veta tomorrow afternoon at the Methodist church with the Reverend T.L. MacAllister officiating. Interment will be in the La Veta cemetery under the direction of the Unfug-Peet. Pall bearers will be Walter Pisarcayk, Thomas Reese, Joe Benavidez, Lee Boscia, Jim Warrick, and Pete Cernusco. Shaw is survived by his wife, Flora, his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Shaw, of La Veta, a brother, Renaldo, and sister, Aileen, of La Veta, and another sister, Mrs. Lilela Crothy, of Silverton.
Shaw, Mary Biggi
Mary Biggi Shaw - Huerfano World - April 10, 2003 - Mary Biggi Shaw, born in Pueblo, Nov 22, 1919, to August and Margaret Biggi, her family soon moved to "Alamo" where her father worked as a coal miner. She always spoke fondly of the happy times her family enjoyed living in the coal camp. The family then moved to Walsenburg where following high school graduation from Huerfano County High School, she immediately began her 34-year career as secretary for the high school, the superintendents and the school district. During her years at the school she touched many lives. Upon leaving her job with the district, she was employed by Dr. Arthur Vialpando as business manager for many years. She married John Shaw, Jr. in 1947, who preceded her in death. She also was preceded in death by her parents and brothers, Harry and Domenic Biggi. She is survived by a sister, Irene Cernusco and her husband Frank, of San Francisco, CA; sister-in-law, Rosemarie Biggi, of Walsenburg; brother-in-law and wife Paul and Olga Shaw, of Grand Junction; sister-in-law, Adrienne Biggi, of Arcadia, CA; five nieces, four nephews and their children, all who loved her dearly. Her disease slowly robbed her of life and took her from us on April 6, 2003. We are thankful her battle is over and at last she is at peace. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her and especially missed by those who loved her. In lieu of flowers and food, those who wish may donate to a scholarship fund in Mary's name to be awarded to a John Mall High School senior interested in becoming a secretary. Memorial mass will be held Saturday, April 12, 2003 at 10 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church with Fr. Rich Wehrmeyer as celebrant. Inurnment will follow at the Masonic Cemetery. Arrangements made under direction of the Comi Funeral Home.
Shaw, Minnie Kay
Minnie Kay Shaw - Pueblo Chieftain - October 19, 1986 - Minnie Kay Shaw, 76, died Thursday, Oct. 16, 1986, in Tulsa, Okla. Survived by two sons, Jim Shaw and Herbert Shaw, both of Broken Bow, Okla.; seven grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mae Verquer, Pueblo, Bertha Stropas, Denver and Dorothy; three sisters-in-law, Carolyn Lochard, Ruby Smith, both of Trinidad, and Alberta Guzzo, Pueblo; and many other relatives. Graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 20 at Masonic Cemetery, with the Rev. Clyde Thompson officiating, followed by interment.
Shaw, Ranaldo S.
Ranaldo S. Shaw - World Independent June 26, 1950 - Man Found Dead in Car This Morning - It was reported from the sheriff's office that Ranaldo S. Shaw, 56, who lives north of La Veta on the graveled cutoff of Highway 111, was found dead in his car beside the Wahatoya Canyon road this morning. He was found by Bob Brgoch about 9 as Brgoch was coming to La Veta from his ranch. Brgoch went to the George Duzenack ranch and notified Tony Velarde, Undersheriff. Velarde and Gus Crump, County Coroner, who investigated, reported that Shaw was apparently on his way to work in the Wahatoya Canyon about 7:30 a.m. when he felt sick. He pulled over to the side of the road, leaned back and died, presumably of a heart attack. It was stated that Shaw had lived alone in La Veta all his life and that he is survived by his mother and two sisters. Crump said that no inquest will be held and that word from the family is awaited before funeral arrangements are made.
Shaw, Richard E.
Richard E. Shaw - World Independent April 21, 1947 Richard E. Shaw, 79, died Saturday night at the Main hotel from a sudden heart attack. He was born May 31, 1866 at Peoria, Illinois. Shaw formerly lived at Lafayette, Colorado. In 1916 moved to Huerfano county where he resided at Tioga, working in the mines in that district. He retired several years ago. Shaw has been a resident of Walsenburg since 1928. Shaw was engaged in a card game with several friends at his hotel room when he took ill. He died within a few minutes after the attack. He is survived by 5 daughters, Mrs. Fern Simpson, and Mrs. Mary Belle Burke, both of Longmont. Mrs. Elizabeth Haddow, Stansbury, Wyo., Mrs. Ruth Ralya, Pueblo; Mrs. Joy Lepich, Los Angeles, Cal., 3 sons, William, Los Angeles, Richard E., Denver, and John of Longmont. Two sisters, Mrs. Nellie Goddard, Lyons, Col., and Mrs. Parkings, Longmont, 14 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Shaw was an active and charter member of the Knights of Pythias. Funeral services will be held next Thursday afternoon, April 24, at 2 o'clock at the Methodist church, with Rev. Bauer officiating. Members of the Knights of Pythias will conduct graveside burial service, and also will act as pallbearers. Interment will be in the Masonic cemetery under the direction of the Unfug-Peet mortuary.
Susanna Soltis Shaw - Huerfano World - March 1, 1984 - Mrs. Susanna Soltis Shaw, 85, of Grand Junction, formerly of Walsenburg, died in St. Mary Hospital in Grand Junction, Tuesday, Feb, 28 1984. Mrs. Shaw was born Feb. 9, 1899 in Shenandoah, PA. She came to Walsenburg as a young girl and married John Shaw Sr. Feb. 22, 1919. Mrs. Shaw is survived by a son, Paul Shaw, Grand Junction; a brother, Paul Soltis, Walsenburg; two sisters, Sr. Rose Frances Soltis, Colorado Springs and Alice Head, California; three step-brothers and a step-sister, all of California, two grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews. Wake service will be held Friday at 7 p.m. at St. Mary Church. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Mary. Burial will be in Masonic Cemetery. Boies Almont is in charge of arrangements.
Shawl, Walter A.
Walter A. Shawl - Brandon News - September 22, 1921 - Investigation by authorities have so far failed to produce any clew [sic] that would aid them in learning the identity of the slayer of Walter A. Shawl, 42, a ranchman whose dead body was found near a well on his homestead near Branson. Shawl had been shot through the neck and had been dead about ten days, it is believed.
Shay, Warren J.
Dr. Warren J. Shay - Colorado Springs Gazette - February 25, 2007 - Dr. Warren J. Shay, (Col. U.S. Army, Ret.) D.V.M. age 83, a resident of Colorado Springs for over 20 years and formerly of Montrose and Grand Junction, passed away on Tuesday, February 20, 2007 at the Pikes Peak Hospice Residence. He was retired from the United States Army and was a local veterinarian for many years. Warren Joseph Shay was the first child of Pat and Beulah Shay. He was born in LaJunta, Colorado on January 21, 1924 on the way to Eureka, Kansas. With his two younger brothers, Bob and Frank and his little sister, Betty Shay Turner, the family moved to Kremmling, Colorado in 1932. Warren graduated from Kremmling High School and then attended CSU at Fort Collins. He graduated as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1945. He practiced for a time at the Denver Veterinary Clinic and then worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture until 1950 at which time he entered the United States Army. During his service, he worked in many locales including Asia and Europe and several other brief assignments. After serving in the Army as a Veterinary Service Officer for over 28 years, he retired in 1978 as an Army Colonel. In his retirement, he loved reading, golf, hunting and fishing. He met and married his wife, Susanna T. Watanabe Shay in Aurora. They had a wonderful marriage and shared beautiful memories together. He is survived by his loving wife and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and his sister. Memorial Services with honors will be held at 2:00 PM on Friday, March 2, 2007 at the Shrine of Remembrance "America the Beautiful" Chapel of Roses. Private inurnment will be at the Shrine of Remembrance Chapel Mausoleum. A luncheon reception will follow at the Olympian Plaza Reception and Event Center, 975 S. Union Boulevard. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in his name to the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, 610 Abbot Lane, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80905.
Shaydak, Bernard John
Bernard John Shaydak - Pueblo Chieftain - May 06, 2004 - Bernard John Shaydak, 83, passed away May 3, 2004. Preceded in death by his parents, John Shaydak and Helen Shaydak Haputa; his stepfather, George Haputa; and his brother, John C. Shaydak. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Josephine R. Shaydak; children, Dennis J. (Nancy) Shaydak of Westcliffe, Colo., Rosanne (Alan) Head and Lora (Gerald) Ure, both of Pueblo; grandchildren, Rebecca Shaydak, Las Vegas, Nev., Jennie Shaydak, Pueblo, Normagene (Ryan) Glosson, Fairbanks, Alaska, Jessica Chantaca, Westcliffe, Colo., Victor Head, Laramie, Wyo., Adam Head, Pueblo, Danielle Chantaca, Westcliffe, Colo.; two great-grandsons, Dillon Glosson and T.D. Chantaca; sisters-in-law, Helena Shaydak, Las Cruces, N.M., Rose Hruz, West Bend, Wis., and Eleanor Grad, Chicago, Ill.; brother, Edward Alesandro, Santa Fe, N.M.; cousin, Joe (Kristal) Shaydak, Fayetteville, N.C.; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives, including special cousin, Steve (Jeanie) Hiza, Pueblo. The family would like to especially thank the staff of Sangre de Cristo Hospice. Mr. Shaydak served in the U.S. Army during WWII and was a survivor of the 32nd Wisconsin Division, and served the entire war in the jungles of New Guinea. Bernie was a true cowboy. He will be remembered for his long walks, wonderful stories, constant love and ability to make you laugh at any moment. He was a member of the Shrine of St. Therese Parish; the DAV; the VFW; and was an avid fisherman and loved gambling in Cripple Creek. He was his grandson Adam's number one fan and rarely missed his hockey games. He encouraged and supported his grandson, Victor, with his future to establish his automotive career. He will live forever as a hero in our hearts. Visitation, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, at the funeral home. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Saturday, Shrine of St. Therese. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens, with graveside honors by the Pueblo Veteran's Ritual Team.
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