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She was born June 24, 1943, in California, raised in Pueblo ... family and friends. Much gratitude to all personal care and medical providers. Special thanks to her personal care provider, Frances Finn. Rosary, 6 p.m. Monday July 21, Romero Family Funeral ... (The Pueblo Chieftain)
PUEBLO - Members of a Pueblo family who lost loved ones ... her children died without life insurance and she didn't have the money to pay for a funeral plot. For her family, the crosses were akin to visiting a grave site. "I couldn't bury my children ... (NBC News)
Visitation will be held from 2 p.m. until 9 p.m. on Friday with a Rosary at 7 p.m. The funeral home ... Romero and wife, Michelle, of Coteau, Daniel Romero and wife, Amber, of West Palm Beach, Florida, and Jason Romero and wife, Julie, of Durango, Colorado ... (The Daily Iberian)
The festive, emotional atmosphere was more akin to a wedding reception hall than the staid halls of Pueblo County Courthouse as dozens of excited friends and family ... Colorado Springs registered nurse, who was there with his partner Randy Romero, a stay ... (Colorado Springs Gazette)
Police moved in on Ronquillo at the Romero Family Funeral Home after he pulled into the funeral home parking lot. Ronquillo's father called the police tactics, "absurdly unprofessional." "I could see those tactics on a dangerous individual, but my son had ... (Denver Channel ABC News)
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