A. Julie O'Callaghan, beloved wife, mother and friend, passed away on March 10, 2010. She was born in Waukee, Iowa on January 7, 1926, and resided most of her life with her family in Pueblo. Julie was a gentle, loving, giving, kind spirit who was first and foremost devoted to God and her family. She also had a passion for music (playing piano, organ, and accordion with a beautiful soprano voice), gardening, natural foods/health, and psychology. She is survived by her loving husband of 60 years, R.J. (Pat) O'Callaghan; her six children, Mike (Paula), Eddie (Patty), Cathy Black (Marty), Diana O'Callaghan Awrey (Howard), Robert, and Danny (Christine). She is also survived by her sister, Anne Matheson (Don), brother, Eddie Sepich; along with 13 nieces and nephews; 15 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Viewing will be held at Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors (1317 N. Main) on Monday, March 15, 2010, between 5-7 p.m. The Rosary will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 16, 2010, at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart (11th and Grand), followed by the funeral Mass. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. Reception will follow the burial at the Albany Event Center (125 E. 7th Street). Flowers may be sent directly to the funeral home. Online condolences to montgomerysteward.com.

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  1. I Wish I could have been there today with you Uncle Pat & all my cousins & family. And while she never forgot any of us with all her kind cards & letters & prayers – I’m sure you all know she will always be with each of you.
    She is at peace her Lord and her mom & dad now.
    All my family wishes all your family strength & prayers.
    Love & Miss You all much

  2. Even though I couldn’t be there in person today,I am there in spirit and heart.i will miss Aunt Albina’s thoughtful letters and cards, she never forgot me. We will all miss her. My sympathy’s are with you.

  3. Altho’ we are not there with you in CO, we ARE THERE with you in love and spirit! We care about you and share this difficult time with you. Fond memories of times spent with your loved one in years past, will continue to linger in our hearts and minds. We shall always remember her “playing and singing”, her special smile and her beautiful roses she loved to share! She is safe in the ARMS OF JESUS NOW “SINGING WITH THE ANGELS”! MAY HIS PEACE AND COMFORT BE YOURS IN A SPECIAL WAY!
    With loving sympathy,
    Verne and Nancy Luellen

  4. Dan, so sorry to hear about your mother. She was always a friendly happy woman.Hope you and yours are doing well.

  5. To the O’Callaghan Family.
    We have Known the Pat and Julie for fifty years and we are saddened by their loss. Please convey our sincere condolences to the family. We would be in attendance if we were in the vicinity, but distance is a barrier.

  6. O callaghan family.i would like to give my deepest condolences to you.i pray a blessing over your mothers passing.i also give a blessing over your lives.may the good lord jesus christ give comfort and peace in your loss.a special hello to my friends,robbie & danny.god be with you both.I hope you are doing well.It’s been for ever since i have seen you.sorry for your loss.we lost our mother two yrs ago to cancer.we really miss her.be strong.seek gods comfort & peace. god bless you .charles(butch) garbiso.your old nieghbor on grant st.take care. 🙂

  7. To The O’Callaghan Family;
    I would like to express my sincere sympathy to all of you. Although I haven’t seen your mom in years, I remember her kindness when I was little. It’s very hard loosing your mother, but just know she is your Angel watching over you. Many blessings to you as you go thru this difficult time.

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