Charlene Daisy' Catalano

charlene catalano

March 11, 1958 ~ May 15, 2017

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Charlene 'Daisy' Catalano, 59, passed away May 15, 2017. Survived by mother, Rose Kleinheim; brothers, Gary (Mary) Kleinheim and Steven Kleinheim; godson, Scott T. Kleinheim; companion, Gary Emery; special friend, Nettie; and numerous friends and family. Preceded in death by her father, Charles Kleinheim; and brother, Scott D. Kleinheim. Daisy was born to Rose and Charles Kleinheim on March 11, 1958, in Pueblo and was a bartender at several Pueblo area bars. She enjoyed the mountains, Cripple Creek, the Pueblo Reservoir and her fur babies and was a member of the SPCA. The family would like to thank Parkview South 1st Floor for the care given not only to Daisy but also the entire family. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Monday, May 22, 2017, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Online condolences,

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  1. Dear Rose and Steve, Our sincere condolences on the loss of your daughter,and sister, our prayers are with you at this time of you loss. You are great neighbors and if there is anything we can do for you, Please let us know,
    Robert Potter and Patti Carleo

  2. Rose, Gary, Steve, Monica and Scott and and family-
    Our prayers are with you during this time of loss of Charlene. May God give her rest and peace, and may He comfort your family with assurance that you will see her again.
    Love and blessings-

  3. Sending my sympathy to the family of Daisy. I met Daisy at PGAFCU and she was one of my favorite members. She was always so sweet and thoughtful. I will always treasure our friendship and will miss her dearly. My heart is broken with knowing I won’t be seeing her at the office. I remember how we connected it was talking about her maiden name she shared about her brother and nephew Scotty. I met little Scotty when he was a toddler at SSFCU and remember when he would come to the office with his Daddy. It broke my heart when her brother passed away…and how she wore that cute little black hat in his memory. Loved it at Halloween she would come dressed up as Elvira…she looked adorable….I have pictures of her dressed as Elvira…and from our annual meeting. Will treasure those memories always. RIP my dear friend…you were such a blessing…..I pray that your brother greeted you when you left your earthly home to go to your Heavenly home and feel no pain…but enjoy happiness and peace. Sending love and hugs,

  4. Wow, I’m really sad to hear abouit Daisy. She was a beautiful lady who I’ve known for a long time. May GOD rest her beautiful soul. RIP Daisy, you were a great gal. šŸ™

  5. I am so sorry for your loss. May the love from family and friends give you the strength you need. And may the promise at John 6:40 and Revelation 21:3,4 bring you a measure of hope and peace during this difficult time.

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