Alisa A. 'Lisa' Golob, 54, was born Aug. 24, 1960, and passed away Jan. 6, 2015. Survived by her father, Frank Golob; brothers, Andrew (Nicki) Golob, Danny (Lisa Neeser) Golob and Frank Golob; niece, Drue; and nephews, Brogan and Will Golob. Preceded in death by her mother, Mimi Golob. Lisa was a registered nurse and worked in quality assurance at Parkview Medical Center. The family thanks Parkview and Sangre de Cristo Hospice House for the excellent care they gave Lisa. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Celebration of Lisa's life with an open house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015, at Olde Towne Carriage House, 102 S. Victoria Ave. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 1207 Pueblo Blvd. Way, Pueblo, CO 81005 or an animal rescue organization of choice. Online condolences,

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  1. Sending Hugs and Prayers to the Family,R.I.P. Lisa, may your Memory live forever in the hearts of your friends and Family.

  2. I am greatly saddened by the news of Lisa’s death. She was a member of the Pueblo-PW-Women-Hikers-with-Social-Dogs Meetup Group since July 2012. Lisa brought Tristan & Quinn on several of our hikes and events held in Beulah, Colorado City, and Pueblo. We had such a great time together!
    Lisa, you are missed! Please watch over all of our pups that have crossed over to the Rainbow Bridge, & we will meet up with you again someday, on the trails of Heaven.

  3. I am so sorry to hear of Lisa’s passing. I hiked with Lisa and her dogs many times at the Mountain Park. She was a member of our women with dogs hiking group and we always enjoyed seeing her with Tristan and Quinn. My heart goes out to her family.

  4. Drew, Freena and Frankie. So Sorry for your loss. Freena, you take care and get that leg healed, so you can try and straighten out my golf game. Harvey Penick of Elmwood.

  5. Dear Freena, Danny, Drew and Frank Martin,
    I am so sad to learn that your lovely and smiling Lisa is not with us any longer. Chad and I cannot be there tomorrow, and we regret that we cannot join you to celebrate Lisa’s life — but what a lively, giving life she led. I can see from what others have shared that she made significant contributions and there are people and 4-footed friends) in the community who are so lucky to have had her help, encouragement and support.
    We will be in touch very soon. Hoping you are filled with happy memories, to help ease the pain just a little bit.
    All my love,
    Jane Wilson and Chad Wilson

  6. Lisa and I served together on the Board of the Southern Colorado Kennel Club for several years. She was always ready to take care of any job that needed to done with an attitude that made you want her on your committee. She was sweet caring and fun to be with and although I only saw her at club events I will miss her welcoming smile.

  7. Drew, Frankie and the entire Golob family, I am so so sorry for the loss of your dear sweet Lisa. Thinking of all of you and praying for peace at what must be an incredibly hard time for you all. Love and huge hugs, Kristy Jones

  8. To Frank and the Golob Family, We cannot even begin to understand what you’re going through right now, but we would like to offer our prayers and condolences to you and your family. Ray and I spend many years soaking in the
    water and enjoying the sun with Lisa and Frank working at City Park and
    Mitchell Pool. We remember Lisa as always being cheerful who loved working with young people. We are privileged to have known Lisa.

    We are truly sorry for your loss. Lisa will be missed and she will never be forgotten, may her soul rest in peace. May God bless you and your family during this time and always, Patie and Ray Vigil


  10. Lisa will be missed by all in SCKC. She was a lover of animals. As long as we did Feet N Fur Lisa was always there, usually with the most donation to our cause, with a handful of dogs and did our fun walk. She will be missed. Prayers to her family. Carol Kuhns

  11. I will always remember Lisa while working at City Park Pool. We both worked a night shift job at St. Mary\’s Corwin and after our shift we would head to the pool. Taking turns trying to catch up on sleep in the blistering sun…..but hey we had great tans. I am not surprised to hear Lisa remained a nurse, she was always a very compassionate person, friending everyone and everything (dogs) she met. I will hold Lisa close to my heart and I hope the Golob family can take comfort in knowning, Lisa\’s energy will never die, it will encircle us all. I will feel her good energy every time I look and feel the warmth of the sun.

  12. When I think of Lisa, I will always remember our time at City Park Pool. We both worked a night shift job at St.Mary’s and after our shift we would head to the pool, taking turns trying to catch up on sleep in the blistering sun, but hey we had great tans. Lisa was a very compassionate person and always up for some fun, so it does not surprise me that she was still a nurse, taking care of sheltered rescued dogs, and being full of live. Lisa will be missed but I know her energy will encircle us all. I will always keep her in my heart and smile at her when I look up at the sun.

  13. My deepest sympathies to Lisa’s family. She used to bring Quinn to my place for agility and help me out when we had Fun With Agility classes at SCKC. Occasionally she’d bring Quinn to an agility trial. She was a sweet and gentle person whom I truly enjoyed. Please let me know if Quinn is in need of a home. Marsha Littau (I’m in the book)

  14. Lisa and I were classmates at Central also, and I will always remember her great smile and how she had so many friends. Only good memories. I hope the Golob family realizes that Lisa made a great impact in a lot of peoples lives and as a nurse, I’m sure she touched thousands of hearts. Rest in peace dear friend.

  15. To the entire Golob Family… I went to high school with Lisa as well as good ole Mitchell Pool. … we always kept in touch and I was lucky enough to have dinner with her this past summer at Latronicas!!! I will miss her so much! On behalf of my entire family you are all in our hearts and prayers… Marina Herrera

  16. I am also a high school classmate of Lisa’s, and all the photos posted here are exactly as I remember her….always with a smile on her face. Lisa was always friendly, kind and had a good sense of humor. She could brighten anyone’s day. Very saddened to hear of her passing and I hope her family takes comfort she joins past family as well as her four-legged family across the Rainbow Bridge. Peaceful rest.

  17. Lisa and I were in the same class at Central, 1978. We were in Bio II together our senior year and had a good time learning all about microbiology and how to properly use a microscope. She had a good sense of humor and managed to crack me up on more than one occasion…which, of course, got us in a wee bit of trouble–but not too much. I’m saddened to hear of her passing and will keep Lisa and her family in my thoughts. Peace.

  18. It is with great sadness that we learn of the loss of Lisa. She was a member and supporter of our organization The Mountain Park Environmental Center for many years and attended many of our outdoor activities. She was a regular hiker with Quinn and Tristen at our ” Zukes” Dog Hikes and we enjoyed her lively spirit and great love of the outdoors at all our gatherings. She will be sorely missed and we send thoughts of sympathy and compassion to her friends and family. She was a friend to MPEC and will be remembered.

  19. Lisa was a special friend to me. I have known her for the past few years and during this time she spent much of her free time doing the things she loved: hiking with the dog hikes at Mountain Park Environmental Center, taking yoga classes with her special teacher Julie Emmons at Open Studio Yoga in Pueblo and being outdoors as much as possible. She came on a wonderful retreat with me in the spring of 2013 when we got a huge snowfall and we had many fun moments playing in the deep snow and reflecting on what is most important in life. She loved people and animals and my granddaughter Scarlett enjoyed visiting her and getting to know her dogs in her living room. I will remember Lisa for a long time to come and I miss her but the many gifts she gave me are with me always. Attached are photos I took of her or of us together.

  20. so sorry for your loss. She was so young to have such a terrible illness. She is in a better place now with no pain!
    With Christian love. Nancy Schiffer and staff at Mother\’s Day Out Preschool

  21. Lisa and I went to Central High School together, she had a unique way of makeing lite of situations and always made me laugh and smile. Later our paths would cross both employed at Parkview Hospital. Lisa was a wonderful woman full of life and caring spirit. Lisa will be missed, my heartfelt condolences to her family.

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