Deloyce Marion Dell

deloyce dell

August 16, 1944 ~ January 9, 2023

Born in: Beatrice , NE
Resided in: Pueblo West, CO

Deloyce Marion Dell, 78, of Pueblo West, was born to Audrey and Marion Dell in Beatrice, Neb. on Aug. 16, 1944, and passed away on Jan. 9, 2023, in Pueblo, Colo. He was raised on the family farm where he was involved in 4-H and enjoyed showing his livestock. He moved to Colorado after finishing high school and was drafted into the United States Army in 1965 and served two years at Fort Rucker, Ala. Deloyce was married to Julie Hayes in 1966 in Greeley, Colo., and two children were born from this union, daughter Brenda Gomez and son Robert Dell. He was the Terminal Manager and salesman for HVH Transportation in Pueblo, Colo. for 28 years. Deloyce enjoyed fishing, golfing, cooking, working outside in the yard, and working on various projects in his garage.

He is predeceased by his parents; sister-in-law Cindy; and second wife, Bernice (Aguirre) Dell. Deloyce is survived by his brothers, Rick (Gloria) Dell, and Terry Dell; first wife, Julie (Dell) Kuehn; girlfriend, Pam Ginther; daughter, Brenda (Larry); son, Robert (Jade); step-daughters, Carol Martinez, and Arleen Serna; and grandchildren, Jared Gomez, Sierra Gomez, and Benjamin Dell. He will be remembered as a kind soul with a heart of gold.

There will be no visitation. Funeral service, 10 am, Jan. 23, 2023, at First Church of the Nazarene, 84 Stanford Dr. in Pueblo. Interment will follow at Pikes Peak National Cemetery in Colorado Springs. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Sangre de Cristo Community Care,1920 Valley Dr, Pueblo, CO 81008

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Funeral Service: January 23, 2023 10:00 am

First Church of the Nazarene
84 Stanford
Pueblo, CO 81005


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  1. I have such wonderful memories with you, grandpa. I so greatly wish that we had more time to spend with you. I will always remember how supportive you were of my achievements and I wish I could still call you when I have good news. I am thankful for the time that I was able to spend with you and I will cherish our memories forever.

    Love you,


  2. As the sun rises each morning, I awaken and realize that you are gone. Sadness fills my heart and never fades away. One day, the sadness will be replaced with all of the wonderful memories of the times we spent together. I was blessed with having a father like you, who was resilient, kind, and loved me unconditionally. I know that you will be watching over me as I walk in your footsteps on the path we made together.

    I love you,
    Your daughter Brenda

  3. Memories to savor – a loss to grieve. May the memories be greater than the sorrow
    Condolences from a cousin never known but a shared heritage.
    Bill Shafer

  4. For the Wonderful Man I Love… In a world where a lot of people settle for the ordinary, you’re an exceptional man who has the kind of integrity others can admire and respect. In a world where a lot of people take more than they give, you’re a caring man who is willing to reach out and do your best for others. In a world where a lot of people make do with imitations, you’re a real man who is honest and gentle, yet strong in all the ways that really matter. In a world where a lot of people never find the right person to love, I feel so very blessed that I had you in my life. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the Joy you brought into my life. You will live on in my heart forever. Rest in peace my friend, my sweetheart…I Love You! Pam~

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