June 19, 1937 ~ October 22, 2021

Born in: PUEBLO, CO
Resided in: PUEBLO, CO

Service for Alene Pichler:

Alene Jean Pichler, 84, passed away on October 22, 2021, with family at her side.  She was born on on June 19, 1937, in Pueblo, Colo. to John and Chloie Teck, who precede her in death.  Survived by her 3 children, Sheree Beauvais (Becky Thornton) , Jean (Brad) Hurt, and Brenda (Kent) Johnson, 5 grandchildren, Benjamin and Matthew, Sarah and Aryn, and Amber; 7 great-grandchildren; siblings, twin brother, Alan, Ronald and Barbara; and 3 nephews.
Alene was the manager of the U.S. Government Printing Office Bookstore for 34 years. For many years, she had the highest sales in U.S Government bookstores. She maintained lifelong friendships with many who came into the bookstore. She loved: her family, flowers, planting flowers in the Spring, the mountains, houseplants, birds, babies, children, classical, Christian, and country music, poetry, art, SW themes, browsing in stores, socializing, reading on any subject, politics, game shows like jeopardy wherein she could answer the majority with correct questions, crosswords, newspapers, and watching religious programs with Bible in hand. She was loved by her family and friends. She will be missed.
She was empathetic to the various needs of society and believed with her whole heart in giving. She was generous and compassionate. Alene was always there to help anyone.
Her funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2021, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with interment following at Mountain View Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Lewy Body Dementia Association. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

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Funeral Service: October 27, 2021 10:30 am

Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel
1317 N. Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003

719-542-1552
http://www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. CandleImageHi Ms. Verletic,

    I am Alene’s daughter. I just happened to be looking through the posts for my mom and was happy to find a new one. It meant a lot to read about your memories. I miss her. She was an amazing person. She talked about her friends from far away that were in her line of work. Her favorite time of year was Christmas. I wish I could have helped her to stay in touch. Thank you so much for reaching out.

    Brenda Johnson Pueblo, CO 3/17/22

  2. CandleImageTo the Pichler Family,
    I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one, Alene. I began to search the internet when I did not receive a Christmas card from my friend and coworker, Alene. I worked at the central office of the Government Printing Office. My heart sank when I found about her passing. At Christmas time I always reach out to my former co-workers and friends. It was indeed a pleasure to work with Alene, she was always pleasant and helpful to anyone she met.
    May the God of peace reside with her until we meet again. My love and best regards for you.
    I live in Maryland. Worked for years at the main GPO in Washington, DC.
    Verletic DeVane

    • Hi Ms. Verletic.

      I just happened to look at the postings for my mother, Alene, even though it’s been months . It meant a lot to read about your thoughts. My mom’s favorite time of year and holiday was Christmas. It was hard for her to not stay in touch with friends. She talked about the people she knew from her job that lived in other states. I wish I could have helped her stay in touch. Thank you so much for writing. I miss her…

      Brenda Johnson, daughter. 3/17/2022

  3. To the family of Alene I send my heartfelt sympathy. She was a wonderful classmate and I remember
    most her beautiful smile and outgoing personality. May God Bless each of you and heal your hearts.

  4. It is with great sadness that I send to you, Alene’s family and her close friends, the sympathy and condolences of those remaining members of her 1955 Pueblo Central High School Wildcat classmates. Alene was one of our constant and dependable leaders. Her never-flagging school enthusiasm raised our spirits. Her academic achievement urged us all to try harder. She helped us to permanently identify ourselves with contributions to the school Central High Times newspaper and to the 1955 Wildcat Tales school annual. She was one of the classmates who would today elicit a great many responses of “Yes” to the question, “Do you remember Alene Teck? Hard to forget Alene. Each time we honor a newly deceased classmate, we become more and more aware of how small the class has become and how soon we will all be joining Alene and the rest of them. But, today, it is our honor to pay tribute to one more, one of the best.

    • Dear Duke,
      Thank you. That was a kind tribute for mom. Reading those words describing who she was, warmed our hearts and filled us with gratitude. Thank you. Brenda

  5. Dear Brenda and sister’s and family,
    I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of your mom. My heart goes out to all of you. Brenda, i always remember “doing her up” before an event. She was a beautiful and intelligent lady. My heart goes out to all of you.💜

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