Dennis A. Ketchum, 61, passed away Feb. 24, 2011. Survived by wife, Linda; children, Dennis of Pueblo, Heidi Annis and Christienne Jablonski, both of Colorado Springs; siblings, Barbara Huffman and Ronald Ketchum; eight grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by a grandchild. Dennis graduated college, in 1988, with a computer science degree and retired from the Pueblo Police Department in 1979. Service, 1 p.m. Monday at Rocky Mountain Baptist Church, 2901 O'Neal Ave. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens. Online condolences, ******

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  1. I remember Dennis in high school and was sorry to hear of his passing. I thought of him often and actually also worked in law enforcement for many years…Federal, state and local police departments (including Pueblo PD before he did) through my careers. I’m sorry we never kept in contact. My condolences to his wife, Linda, and his entire family.
    Diana (Dillon) Glenn

  2. Dennis and I were close friends growing up on the south side of Pueblo. We also had another buddy that we hung out with, Brian Dahl. The three of us were always together at one of our houses. I can remember so many things we did and shared that would require so much space. Yes, we did get in a little trouble, but not the kind to get arrested for. Hard to believe we both became cops. I will miss this dear friend, along with so much memories.
    I only wish that I had kept in better contact with him and Linda. My best wishes and prayers for the family . an old friend… Mike Sheppard

  3. Dear Sister Linda and Family, We just want you all to know that you are in our prayers. Linda For the short time we have known you and Brother Dennis we have felt very close to you both. It is so good to know that a person you care for has gone to be with the Lord Jesus and one day we will be with him in paradise.May you all feel the love of your Church family and friends and feel the love of Jesus holding you and keeping you strong.God Bless you all.

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