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Adrian Comer Funeral Home
2710 North Elizabeth Street
Pueblo , CO 81003
(719) 542-5912
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Davids Mortuary
128 Broadway Avenue
Pueblo , CO 81004
(719) 542-1984
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Funeral and Creamation Care of Colorado
44 East Spaulding Avenue
Pueblo , CO 81007
(719) 547-3069
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Imperial Memorial Gardens
5450 West State Highway 78
Pueblo , CO 81005
(719) 564-0920
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McCarthy George F Almont Funeral Home
401 Broadway Avenue
Pueblo , CO 81004
(719) 542-4434
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McCarthy George F Almont Funeral Home McCarthy Kevin F
4304 Street Andrews Drive
Pueblo , CO 81001
(719) 542-4145
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Montgomery and Steward Funeral Directors Inc
14th & Main Street
Pueblo , CO 81003
(719) 542-1552
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Mountain View Cemetery of Pueblo
1315 Acero Avenue
Pueblo , CO 81004
(719) 564-6023
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Romero Family Funeral Home
110 Cleveland Street
Pueblo , CO 81004
(719) 583-1313
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Roselawn Cemetery and Funeral Home
1706 Roselawn Road
Pueblo , CO 81006
(719) 542-2934
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Southern Colorado Crematorium
1317 North Main Street
Pueblo , CO 81003
(719) 542-1552
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T G McCarthy Funeral Home Inc
329 Goodnight Avenue
Pueblo , CO 81004
(719) 543-5611
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Local Obituaries and Funeral Notice News


Obituary for Edward Stevens

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Edward leaves her to cherish his memory his loving wife of 40 years, Patricia D. Stevens; eight children, Vickie Borden, Lonnie Stevens and Rochelle Stevens, all of Utah, Mark (Mary) Stevens, of Pueblo, Colo., Anthony (Linda) Stevens, of Birchwood, Amanda Owens (Brian) of Cleveland, Tenn., Teresa (Michael) Thomas, of Ooltewah and Misty (Jesse) Rogers, of Cleveland, Tenn.; one brother, Robert Jerry Chambers (Lillian); 14 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; very special friends Bob & Barbara Massengale; and a host other extended family members.A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012, at Fort Hill Cemetery in Cleveland, TN with Robert E. L. Walker III, Michael Thomas, Brian Owens, Terry Chambers, Jerry Chambers Jr., and Logan Chambers serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be Jesse Rogers, Hunter Chambers and Bud Suttles.You are encouraged to share a memory of Edward and/or your personal con... (Chattanooga Press)

DEALING WITH THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM - Arizona Public Media (blog)

Thu, Jan 19, 2012
Reid Park Zoo’s elephants to San Diego, keeping them together as many Tucson residents had demanded. As a native, Rothschild must know the perils of pachyderm politics in the Old Pueblo. The admonition that you can’t fight City Hall gets flipped around when it comes to Tucson and its elephants. City leaders have gotten their trunks caught in the ringer more than once over these giants. Our latest elephantine episode was on the cusp of controversy when the deal with San Diego was struck. For you newcomers, here’s an abbreviated history of Tucson’s elephant issues. Our first zoo elephant was Sabu, an Asian male bought from a petting zoo when he was two years old in 1966. By 1970, he was a big brute, an...

Night After Night, Dec. 15, 2011 - San Antonio Express

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
Their latest CD is “Healin’ Time.” Headliner Harlan, out of Houston, serves up gritty Texas songwriter roots music. He’s working with the “Tips & Compliments” CD. The Latin Breed at Pueblo Hall, 3315 Northwestern. Legendary Tejano and Chicano rock band performs at this Christmas dinner and dance party. Doors open at 6 p.m.; dinner at 7; music at 8. Admission $15; call 210-520-7400 for reservations. Online at www.pueblohallevents.com. Monte Montgomery at Sam’s Burger Joint. One of America’s true guitar heroes and singer-songwriters is a homegrown musician who dazzles and flies on his Alavarez guitar. His latest album is a self-titled effort. Also on the bill is Delbert McClinton’s son, singer-songwriter Clay McClinton. Snowbyrd at Boneshakers. Volatile brothers Chris and Scott Lutz lead this punk-inspired rock and alt-country band. The music can range from twangy to dreamy to Taco Land crunch. Check out the album “Diosdado.” The fun, South Side Christmastime package is rounded out with Advance Cassette, Chris Gavito and Los Magneticios. SUNDAY Hot Club of Cowtown at Gruene Hall. This hot trio of fiddler Elana James, guitarist Whit Smith and upright bassist Jake Erwin play western swing and roots country like it’s going out of style. 4 p.m. No cover. Miss Neesie & the Ear Food Gospel Orchestra at the Cove. The zydeco, blues and Cajun big-band led by Express-News music writer Jim Beal Jr. and his wife, Neesie, carries on its charity gospel tradition by stirring in traditional and popular Christmas songs into the spiritual mix every third or fourth song. Music from 1-3 p.m. Free. Wednesday, the band goes into unplugged mode with fiddler Hank Harrison at Olmos Bharmacy. TUESDAY Rodney Hayden at The Phoenix Saloon in New Braunfels. The traditional country-styled singer/songwriter will celebrate the release of the live CD/DVD he recorded at The Phoenix in September. — Submitted by Jim Beal Jr., Hector Saldana and John Goodspeed.

Night After Night, Dec. 15, 2011 - San Antonio Express

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
Their latest CD is “Healin’ Time.” Headliner Harlan, out of Houston, serves up gritty Texas songwriter roots music. He’s working with the “Tips & Compliments” CD. The Latin Breed at Pueblo Hall, 3315 Northwestern. Legendary Tejano and Chicano rock band performs at this Christmas dinner and dance party. Doors open at 6 p.m.; dinner at 7; music at 8. Admission $15; call 210-520-7400 for reservations. Online at www.pueblohallevents.com. Monte Montgomery at Sam’s Burger Joint. One of America’s true guitar heroes and singer-songwriters is a homegrown musician who dazzles and flies on his Alavarez guitar. His latest album is a self-titled effort. Also on the bill is Delbert McClinton’s son, singer-songwriter Clay McClinton. Snowbyrd at Boneshakers. Volatile brothers Chris and Scott Lutz lead this punk-inspired rock and alt-country band. The music can range from twangy to dreamy to Taco Land crunch. Check out the album “Diosdado.” The fun, South Side Christmastime package is rounded out with Advance Cassette, Chris Gavito and Los Magneticios. SUNDAY Hot Club of Cowtown at Gruene Hall. This hot trio of fiddler Elana James, guitarist Whit Smith and upright bassist Jake Erwin play western swing and roots country like it’s going out of style. 4 p.m. No cover. Miss Neesie & the Ear Food Gospel Orchestra at the Cove. The zydeco, blues and Cajun big-band led by Express-News music writer Jim Beal Jr. and his wife, Neesie, carries on its charity gospel tradition by stirring in traditional and popular Christmas songs into the spiritual mix every third or fourth song. Music from 1-3 p.m. Free. Wednesday, the band goes into unplugged mode with fiddler Hank Harrison at Olmos Bharmacy. TUESDAY Rodney Hayden at The Phoenix Saloon in New Braunfels. The traditional country-styled singer/songwriter will celebrate the release of the live CD/DVD he recorded at The Phoenix in September. — Submitted by Jim Beal Jr., Hector Saldana and John Goodspeed.

Night After Night, Dec. 15, 2011 - San Antonio Express

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
Their latest CD is “Healin’ Time.” Headliner Harlan, out of Houston, serves up gritty Texas songwriter roots music. He’s working with the “Tips & Compliments” CD. The Latin Breed at Pueblo Hall, 3315 Northwestern. Legendary Tejano and Chicano rock band performs at this Christmas dinner and dance party. Doors open at 6 p.m.; dinner at 7; music at 8. Admission $15; call 210-520-7400 for reservations. Online at www.pueblohallevents.com. Monte Montgomery at Sam’s Burger Joint. One of America’s true guitar heroes and singer-songwriters is a homegrown musician who dazzles and flies on his Alavarez guitar. His latest album is a self-titled effort. Also on the bill is Delbert McClinton’s son, singer-songwriter Clay McClinton. Snowbyrd at Boneshakers. Volatile brothers Chris and Scott Lutz lead this punk-inspired rock and alt-country band. The music can range from twangy to dreamy to Taco Land crunch. Check out the album “Diosdado.” The fun, South Side Christmastime package is rounded out with Advance Cassette, Chris Gavito and Los Magneticios. SUNDAY Hot Club of Cowtown at Gruene Hall. This hot trio of fiddler Elana James, guitarist Whit Smith and upright bassist Jake Erwin play western swing and roots country like it’s going out of style. 4 p.m. No cover. Miss Neesie & the Ear Food Gospel Orchestra at the Cove. The zydeco, blues and Cajun big-band led by Express-News music writer Jim Beal Jr. and his wife, Neesie, carries on its charity gospel tradition by stirring in traditional and popular Christmas songs into the spiritual mix every third or fourth song. Music from 1-3 p.m. Free. Wednesday, the band goes into unplugged mode with fiddler Hank Harrison at Olmos Bharmacy. TUESDAY Rodney Hayden at The Phoenix Saloon in New Braunfels. The traditional country-styled singer/songwriter will celebrate the release of the live CD/DVD he recorded at The Phoenix in September. — Submitted by Jim Beal Jr., Hector Saldana and John Goodspeed.

Trish Long: Cavalryman statue a tribute to an El Paso businessman - El Paso Times

Sat, Dec 10, 2011
Mr. Harvie was highly esteemed both in business and social circles. He came to El Paso twenty-five years ago from Pueblo, Colo., to become master mechanic at the El Paso smelting plant. Later, he was one of the organizers and principal stockholder of the El Paso Steam Laundry, and at the time of his death he was vice president and general manager of Darlysire Harvie Iron and Machine company. "When the administration ticket for municipal offices was placed in the field recently the nomination for alderman was tendered Mr. Harvie without his knowledge or solicitation, and his last public appearance was when he attended the administration rally held in the courtroom of the forty-first district court. The death of Mr. Harvie will necessitate the nomination of another candidate for alderman on the administration ticket, but it is understood that action in this regard will not be taken for several days." El Paso cattle and mining man Percival Henderson, who died April 1918 of pneumonia, left a provision in his will leaving a sum of $15,000 to $20,000 for a statue to be erected as a memorial to his friend William Harvie "and to the memory of those pioneer settlers and soldiers who pushed through the Southwest and held it." Henderson specified only that the statue "be something that would be a credit to the community." Henderson also left $30,000 to the city of El Paso to be used in beautifying the city by building parks, public baths or buildings. The will also stipulated, "Certain of the books, tapestries and pictures of Mr. Henderson are to be distributed to the El Paso high school, the pub...

Fred A. Newton III - Ennis Daily News

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
West, both as an officer and criminal analyst. Some of those departments included Dallas (TX), Kansas City (MO), Pueblo (CO), and Colorado Springs (CO). During his police career he was sought after as criminal analyst and department advisor, and began a short consulting career with numerous police departments, taking him to California, Colorado, Michigan, and St. Croix, USVI. He was also the author of several papers on criminal apprehension and behavior, and co-author on a manual titled “Law Enforcement and the Elderly.”Mr. Newton became a career federal employee in 1981, and was appointed to the Senior Executive Service with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, where he worked with programs and plans in the National Preparedness Directorate, and was a Senior Advisor to the Director of FEMA. He transferred to the Department of Defense where he was responsible for a number of classified Defense projects, specializing in preparing for and the response to ...

Fred A. Newton III - Ennis Daily News

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
West, both as an officer and criminal analyst. Some of those departments included Dallas (TX), Kansas City (MO), Pueblo (CO), and Colorado Springs (CO). During his police career he was sought after as criminal analyst and department advisor, and began a short consulting career with numerous police departments, taking him to California, Colorado, Michigan, and St. Croix, USVI. He was also the author of several papers on criminal apprehension and behavior, and co-author on a manual titled “Law Enforcement and the Elderly.”Mr. Newton became a career federal employee in 1981, and was appointed to the Senior Executive Service with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, where he worked with programs and plans in the National Preparedness Directorate, and was a Senior Advisor to the Director of FEMA. He transferred to the Department of Defense where he was responsible for a number of classified Defense projects, specializing in preparing for and the response to ...

Fred A. Newton III - Ennis Daily News

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
West, both as an officer and criminal analyst. Some of those departments included Dallas (TX), Kansas City (MO), Pueblo (CO), and Colorado Springs (CO). During his police career he was sought after as criminal analyst and department advisor, and began a short consulting career with numerous police departments, taking him to California, Colorado, Michigan, and St. Croix, USVI. He was also the author of several papers on criminal apprehension and behavior, and co-author on a manual titled “Law Enforcement and the Elderly.”Mr. Newton became a career federal employee in 1981, and was appointed to the Senior Executive Service with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, where he worked with programs and plans in the National Preparedness Directorate, and was a Senior Advisor to the Director of FEMA. He transferred to the Department of Defense where he was responsible for a number of classified Defense projects, specializing in preparing for and the response to ...

Fred A. Newton III - Ennis Daily News

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
West, both as an officer and criminal analyst. Some of those departments included Dallas (TX), Kansas City (MO), Pueblo (CO), and Colorado Springs (CO). During his police career he was sought after as criminal analyst and department advisor, and began a short consulting career with numerous police departments, taking him to California, Colorado, Michigan, and St. Croix, USVI. He was also the author of several papers on criminal apprehension and behavior, and co-author on a manual titled “Law Enforcement and the Elderly.”Mr. Newton became a career federal employee in 1981, and was appointed to the Senior Executive Service with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, where he worked with programs and plans in the National Preparedness Directorate, and was a Senior Advisor to the Director of FEMA. He transferred to the Department of Defense where he was responsible for a number of classified Defense projects, specializing in preparing for and the response to ...




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