Claudette 'Mo' Venturi

claudette 'mo' venturi

June 11, 1944 ~ August 30, 2003

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Claudette 'Mo' Venturi, born in Albuquerque, New Mexico on June 11,1944, passed away August 30, 2003, in Pueblo, Colorado, at the age of 59. Preceded in death by her parents, Sidney and Inez Craft; stepfather, Jack Carter; and brother, Craig Carter. Survived by her husband, C.R. 'Dick' Venturi; children, Kindra R. Venturi and Kimberly R. Venturi; sister, Clariece Brundy; grandchildren, Ashley Venturi, Parris Dove and Ty Dove; numerous nieces and nephews. Mo was a resident of Pueblo for 13 years and was employed by Dr. Michael Jarrett until the time of her illness. Mo was a dedicated and loving wife, sister, mother, grandmother and friend to all who knew her. She was surrounded by her family and numerous friends in the recent months and passed away knowing there were NO WHEELCHAIRS IN HEAVEN. Memorial service will be held 10 a.m. Friday, September 5, 2003, at the New Heights Baptist on 3304 Baltimore, Pueblo, with Pastor Walter Gragert officiating. Those who desire may make memorials to New Heights Baptist Church, through the funeral home.

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  1. Dick,
    We were so saddened to hear about Mo passing away. She was such a wonderful person, and we feel grateful to have had you two as our neighbors! Please remember that though we moved, we have kept you in our thoughts and prayers! Kelsey, Koto, Akemi & Kai

  2. Dick,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I can only imagine how great your loss is, but I’m only a phone call away. Your friend,

  3. I am so sorry for your loss. I was introduced to Mo by my son and talked to her when she came into the clinic for her doctors appointment. Mo will be missed greatly. She never gave up and was always sporting a smile. Her good nature and willing to care for all will be remembered fondly. My prayers and thoughts go out to the entire Venturi family.

  4. I am truly going to miss “Mo”. I haven’t seen her for about two years, but the memories of her will never go away. She always made me feel happy, loved, and made me laugh. I am really happy that I got a chance to meet and be apart of her life for a little while. During that time and still today I felt like she was one my grandmas. She was great. I really will miss her and the family. Best wishes. Love to the entire family, Shannon.

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