Connie Corsentino

connie corsentino

October 23, 1923 ~ November 8, 2004

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Connie Corsentino, 81, passed away November 8, 2004. Survived by her husband of 57 years, Samuel J. Corsentino; children, Mary Beth Corsentino of Pueblo, Joe (Janice) Corsentino, Rosemarie (Dave) Shier, both of Trinidad, Pattyanne Corsentino of Denver, and Carla Hendrickson of Pueblo; sister, Sue Lietz of Sacramento, California; grandchildren, Morgan Shier, Darby Shier, Sara Jane Shier, and Sam Corsentino; and her granddog 'Lady.' Preceded in death by her parents, Liberato and Marianina Tizzarelli. Born in Pueblo, Colorado on October 23, 1923. Connie was a member of Holy Family Church, Ladies Fidelity Lodge, Columbian Federation and Ladies Auxiliary of Eagles Lodge #145. She was also an active chairperson for the Democratic Party and was one of the founders of the Pueblo Community Soup Kitchen. She will lie in state at the funeral home from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. today. Funeral Mass will be held at 10 a.m., Friday at Holy Family Church, 2827 Lakeview Ave., Pueblo, with Reverend Father John O'Flynn as celebrant. Entombment, Roselawn Cemetery Mausoleum. Those who desire may make memorial contributions to the Pueblo Community Soup Kitchen through the funeral home. Online condolences,

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  1. Mary Beth and family,

    I am so sorry about the death of your mother. I did not realize until this morning that it was your mother who passed away. I read the wonderful article about her in the Chieftan. She has left a wonderful legacy and I know that you will miss her terribly. I am sorry that I won’t be able to be at the service, but I will keep you in my prayers. May God be with you during this very difficult time.

  2. Sam Corsentino and Family,

    We pray for you in your time of great sorrow. We are joyful she led a full and rich life and the impacts she had on so many people. We are inspired by her Charity work and activism in the community. Her spirit has encouraged us to give of ourselves. She is missed and will always be remembered. Please accept our condolences and apologies for not being able to attend services.

    David, Wendy and Blake Dunki

  3. Mary Beth and family:
    I just wanted to say that I am really sorry for your loss and the pain that you are going through. Mary Beth was my 4th and 5th grade teacher at Fountain Elemetary. I remember always seeing Connie at the Church festival and she was always so happy and enjoyed herself. She was one of the nicest people I have ever met and she really cared about the people in her community. My thoughts and prayers and with you and your family, Mary Beth. Peace be with you.

  4. Sammy Corsentino & Family,

    Sammy although we haven’t seen one another in many years, my wife and me would like to extend our sincere sympathy to you and your family on the loss of your dear Connie. May God Bless and comfort you and your family during this time.

    Your friends.

  5. To The Corsentino Family,

    I wish to extend my deepest sympothy and prayers to all of the family members. The loss of your beloved Connie can never be replaced. Although, the many beautiful memories and warm love she shared with you will be ones that will live with each one of you for the rest of your lives. May God Bless and comfort all of you during this difficult time.

    My prayers are with all of you.

  6. Connie will be greatly missed and, in fact, she already has been. The last two times we have gone to vote I, Midge, went to the wrong table because I didn’t see the Corsentinos. When we got to the right table/booth we asked where are Connie and Sam? We have really missed you being there. Just not the same. Our prayers are with you Sam.
    Tom and Midge

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