Cynthia Diane 'Bunny' Pisciotta October 31, 1942 – September 4, 2012 Cynthia was born in Bisbee, Arizona to Frank W. Garrett and Nancye Margaret Russell- Jones Garrett. She was married to Samuel James Pisciotta for 51 years of Pueblo, Colorado where they made their home. She is survived by Sam along with their four children and families. Samuel William Pisciotta (Nancy), Pamela Diane Pisciotta Cordova (Steve) both of Pueblo. Richard Alan Pisciotta (Stephanie) of Staunton, Virginia, and Michael Douglas Pisciotta (Katie) of Hollywood, California. Also, by five grandchildren: Brittaney Wisdom (Wesley), Kelsey Pisciotta, Heather Constuble, Samuel G. Pisciotta, Nicholas Pisciotta. One Sister, Sharon Dee Shenk (Glen). Also, by numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and three sisters, Blanche Louise Brock, Nancye Carol Head, and Billie Jean Waggoner. Cynthia was co-owner of the Captain Sam's Family Athletic Club in Pueblo where she worked beside her husband for 43 years. She enjoyed spending time with family and friends, studying the Course in Miracles, traveling, writing, and researching family genealogy. Cynthia had a book published under her pen name Laura Garrett in 1987. Memberships: Order of the Eastern Star (Chapter No. 7) and Daughters of the Nile Ruhamah Temple (No. 71) There will be a celebration of Cynthia's life at 2:00 pm Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012, at the Pueblo Shrine Club, 1501 McCulloch Blvd, Pueblo West. Six miles south of the main entrance. Cremation will have preceded the 'Celebration of Life.' Memorials to PAWS, PO Box 11208, Pueblo, CO 81001 or or Al Kaly Shrine Transportation Fund, 635 W. Corona, Suite 120, Pueblo, CO 81004. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Sam and Family,
    We so wish to send our sincerest sympathy in the loss of Cynthia. Please know that all of you are in our thoughts and prayers. May God continue to bless all of you during this difficult time.

    Our love,
    Cathy Montera & Ginny Burger

  2. Sam
    The words “I am sorry” seem meaningless when you lose the person you have loved for so many years. I hope that God will give you the strength to continue your journey and that you will find comfort in knowing that Cynthia is not in pain and will be waiting for you when you can be together again. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!!
    LOVE MARGARET

  3. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. I am glad I was able to meet Cindy and she was a great neighbor to my parents!

  4. Sam and Nancy and Pisciotta family,
    Thinking of you as you cope with the loss of your mother. The loss of a parent is a difficult time that leaves us with a void in our hearts. May you find peace in the memories you hold dear and comfort in one another.
    Anna (and Henry) Roman

  5. Although we knew Cynthia a short time, we remember the fun times we shared as neighbors. We will miss this delightful lady.

  6. I love you truly yes I do
    you are the one the one and only
    I love you truly! <3
    Thank you for being my Godmother, and a wonderful friend to my mom, and our family.i know your shining down on us from heaven. you were already an angel on earth <3

  7. Sam and Nancy and the entire Pisciotta family: Please accept our deepest sympathy in your time of sorrow. May God bless and keep you all. Dave Hagberg and Bettie Heard-Hagberg and family

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