David Lawrence Lazarz, 65, of Colorado City, Colo., born September 3, 1941, in Ludlow, Mass. was received into the arms of our Lord, Feb. 10, 2007. Preceded in death by his parents, Walter and Velma Lazarz and his daughter, Michelle. He is survived by his loving wife, Denise Lazarz; son, Shawn (Susan) Lazarz; sister, Renee (Gary) Miller; brother, Carl Lazarz; nephew, Casey (Victoria) Edwards; niece, Dena Osborne; grandchildren, Sarah Wolfe, Chris Celli, Shayna Lazarz, Kayli and Jake Lazarz; great-grandson, Jaxon Wolfe; great niece and nephew, Tara and Spencer Osborne. David's passion was fly fishing and hunting. Few could match his skills in either sport. He will be sadly missed by so many. At David's request, there will be no service. In lieu of flowers or gifts, please make a donation to the American Cancer Society through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, Colo. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. This my grampa I miss him With my whole heart Theres not a day that goes by without him popping up in my thoughts I think about him a lot He was a good grandpa and a good man good To his family everyone misses him a lot he’s always gonna be watching over me I wish he was still Here to take me hunting or fishing That’s what he loved to do I bet he would’ve loved to do it with his grandson it’s always gonna forever Be rest in peace And fly high with the angels Miss you a lot grandpa David Lawrence lazarz forever Gonna be watching over me Making sure I’m good I hope my grandma is doin good to Miss you a lot grama denise

  2. This my grampa I miss him With my whole heart Theres not a day that goes by without him popping up in my thoughts I think about him a lot He was a good grandpa and a good man good To his family everyone misses him a lot he’s always gonna be watching over me I wish he was still Here to take me hunting or fishing That’s what he loved to do I bet he would’ve loved to do it with his grandson it’s always gonna forever Be rest in peace And fly high with the angels Miss you a lot grandpa David Lawrence lazarz forever Gonna be watching over me Making sure I’m good I hope my grandma is doin good to Miss you a lot grams denise

  3. Dear Denise and family,

    I was so sorry to see David’s passing in the newspapaer. All I could think was I hope he was out fishing or hiking in the mountains when he left us. Denise, I’ve been giving you hugs and tears since I read his obit in the paper. I wish I could do it in person but I know how David never wanted to cause a fuss and understand he didn’t want any services. Just realize that I am with you and your family during this sad time. Please give Carl our sympathy also. If you want or need anything please call. 543-4316. Love, Lynn and Michael

  4. I will miss Dave’s enthusiasm and love of the outdoors…his memory will alway’s be with me everytime i pick up a flyrod and walk in the woods. I feel his presence will alway’s be with me..

  5. A Sincere Expression of Sympathy – to you & your family in this time of sorrow. Saw Carl about a month ago & he told us of David’s illness. So little time, so much to do…will you be staying around? Can we be of any help…please call if you need anything out of the ordinary or otherwise. Words do not express how sadness can take over, but I’m sure you realize he is in a better place…maybe even fishing!!…

    We sure feel the pain too. Denise, be brave and keep up the chin. Always, Susie & Dahl Morgan

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