David V. Horsman, 75, passed away March 2, 2013. Survived by his wife, Norma; children, Pam (Tom) McChesney, Chris (Charlotte), Rob (Deena), Tim; ten grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; half-sister, Michelle; and cousin, Jay. Memorial Service, 1 p.m. Saturday, March 9, Montgomery & Steward Chapel. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to American Diabetes Association or American Heart Association through the funeral home. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Oh my friend and tumbleweed partner, bingo buddy and “see thaaaaat” co-conspirator in Texas… I’m sorry to read about your Dave. Please know that my heart is breaking for you and all your kids. There is no doubt that Dave will be missed by all the people who love and knew him, but not one so much as you. I won’t go on with all the standard sayings about this time because you, my friend, know my heart. Love to all the family.

  2. So sorry for your loss. Enjoyed all the stories at Pueblo Sporting Goods. Korean War Veteran. Marine. Gunsmith of record. Buffalo hunter. Friend to General of Venezuela. Bill Cody ain’t got nothing on Dave: I will miss him.

  3. Uncle Dave will realy be missed by us .I was going through some old photos the other day and found some of Dave and Norma’s wedding and of the kids when they were small it gave me some great memories of good times and great family. God Bless Dean Jarad and Chris

  4. I was sorry to hear of Dave’s passing. I worked with Dave at Golden Aluminum both at the Fort Lupton and San Antonio mills. he was a good man and fun to be around. The world will miss the smile and happy face.
    mark selepack

  5. I first met the Horsman family when I was working at Golden
    Aluminum Company in Colorado. Dave could
    always take a bad situation and put a positive spin on it. He always was quick
    with a joke to lighten the mood and would share little life lessons when he saw
    you struggling. Working with Rob, Chris and Tim it is very apparent that these wonderful
    traits will live on through his sons. Dave will be missed my thoughts and
    prayers are with the Horsman family during this time of sorrowfulness. I hope
    the memory of the times spent with Dave will help fill the void in their hearts
    during this time of remembrance
    John Bellendir

  6. So sorry to hear about Dave. Our deepest sympathy to my sister and her children. I will always remember “Damn Norma” at Cucharas when we were still living in Valdez. Remember to good memories of Dave and all the years you were able to spend together.
    Ed & Josie

  7. I worked with Dave at Golden Aluminum. We called him Horse.

    He was the best supervisor I ever had. He was smart,funny and always had a good story. I was very sad to hear of his passing.May your memories grow more precious in your hearts with time. My Heartfelt Sympathy.

    Pat Espinoza

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