June 15, 1931 ~ May 31, 2020

Born in: Pueblo, Colorado
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Funeral Mass:

Anthony Fasulo, 88, passed away May 31, 2020. Survived by his wife of 62 years, Lorraine; daughter, Lori (Joe, whom he loved greatly) Gagliano; brother, Charles (Nancy) Fasula; uncle, Tony Fasulo; cousin, Clara Rose; sister-in-law, Pat Sandoval; brother-in-law, Carl (Marjorie) Sandoval; and numerous nieces, nephews and god children. Preceded in death by parents, Joe and Rose Fasulo; and sister, Carla. Tony was born on June 15, 1931, in Pueblo, Colo., worked at CF&I as Oil Master of the main oil house and was co-owner of Rainbow Motors. He served in the Korean war as a U.S. Marine, was very proud of being from the capital of Pueblo, “Goat Hill” and was a member of the Eagles #145. Special thanks to Dr. Michael Rendler and staff and Dr. Laurence Berarducci and staff. We would also like to thank Dr. Lance Farnworth and staff and Dr. Charlene Hickson for their love and compassion for taking care of Tony to the end and their daughters, Camri, Weynishet and Chandler whom he loved as his granddaughters. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial Mass may be live-streamed 10 a.m. Friday, June 12, 2020, at https://www.montgomerysteward.com/obits/anthony-tony-fasulo/  The family will receive friends at noon on Friday, following the Mass, at Lori and Joe Gagliano’s home. Private inurnment, Mountain View Cemetery Chapel Mausoleum.

Services

Memorial Mass:

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

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

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  1. Beautiful beautiful service to say goodbye to a beautiful man who everyone enjoyed being around you will be missed Tony and our love to Lauri Lorraine and Joe

  2. After all these years as your neighbors and friends, we feel as though we have lost a member our own family, and at such a time as this when we can’t even come to the house to be with you. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you, Lorraine, Lori and Joe. We send you “virtual” hugs along with our prayers.

    John and Connie Strobel

  3. CandleImageMrs. Fasulo and Lori I am so sad with this news, Tony was a great person and you are always present in my heart! I send you my deepest sympathy and condolences. A hug with love. Milly Ortega, Chihuahua Mexico 52-6144067202
    Humberto Ortega hrodeo33@gmail.com

  4. CandleImageHi Mrs. Fasulo and Lori

    I had the happiness of meeting Mr. Tony Fasulo in 1986, during a school trip that I made to Pueblo and they very kindly hosted me at his house, making me feel like another member of his family. Some time later we were very pleased to receive the Fasulo family in Chihuahua, Mexico.
    Mrs. Fasulo, Lori, receive my deepest condolences. The Ortega family always remember them

  5. CandleImageAunt Lorraine, Lori & Joe,
    We will always remember with such love the time we spent over the years with Uncle Tony. He made us laugh, we loved listening to his stories, and he had a heart of gold.
    God bless you all during this very difficult time – we love you so much.

    Gene and Janet

  6. CandleImageHi Lori and Joe

    My dad told me about your father. My deepest condolences. I will keep you and your mom in my prayers during this difficult time.

    Love

    Nicole Gagliano

  7. CandleImageLori,
    We are thinking of you and your family. Sending thoughts and prayers. Love Ray and Dana Eccher

  8. Yes Fasulo, when you would see me you always talked and remember my dad Willie LeDoux.. You all hung out at rainbow motors .RIP Tony ..Willie’s daughter Loretta

  9. Lori and Joe

    Lori, just a reminder that God is keeping you and your family in His hands right now. He loves you and will take care of you.

    Love Uncle Mike

  10. A long time ago we did a lot of car business together I have been gone for quite a few years. Back then we were pretty good friends.

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