Dick D. Lepetsos

dick lepetsos

November 20, 1937 ~ June 27, 2022

Born in: Pueblo, Colorado
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Dick D. Lepetsos, 84, born Nov. 20, 1937, in Pueblo, Colorado, passed away June 27, 2022. Survived by his wife of 61 years, Marcia; 3 sons, Greg (Jill), Pete and Nick (Debbie); 6 grandchildren, Nicole, David (Destiny), Emily, Megan, Katy and Alex; 2 great-grandchildren, Natalie, Maddie; and sister, Elizabeth. Preceded in death by his grandson, Andrew. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Services pending. Memorials may be made to Make-A-Wish Foundation, 1702 E. Highland Ave., Suite 400, Phoenix, AZ  85016 https://secure2.wish.org/site/SPageServer?pagename=donate_today&chid=100-000 or charity of choice. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com.

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  1. One of my earliest memories is of Dick in his little convertible with the huge “AHH-OOH-GUH” horn. He always seemed like the epitome of cool. Mischievous, handsome, bright, and a lovely father-figure. He will be sorely missed, and I feel grateful to have known him. Much, much love to the entire Lepetsos clan.

  2. Kay and I wish to express our sympathy and condolences to Marcia and Dick’s other family members. Dick was a wonderful friend and neighbor, a great fun tennis partner, an outstanding restauranteur and an all around great guy. He will be missed. He will be in our prayers.

  3. Sorry to hear of Dick’s passing. You and Dick were and are the nicest people you can ever know. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  4. I have some fond memories of Mr. Lepetsos from my early band days at Freed. Although it’s been a long time ago now, it still think of him occasionally and was sad to hear of his passing. My condolences to the Lepetsos family.

  5. Marcia, I just learned of Dick’s passing. A really good friend and neighbor. All blessings, thoughts and prayers for you today. Bob Shirley

  6. My thoughts and deepest sympathy to the Lepetsos family. Dick was such a kind and gracious classmate. He, as well as many other classmates who have gone before us, will always hold a special place in our hearts.

  7. Among so many Class of ’55 friends of mine, Dick was the premier guy, my neighbor (615 Dittmer) and, at times, my counselor. Dick was three months younger than me, so it should not puzzle me, yet I still ask, “Why does the life cycle take the good guys so soon? ” Dog gone it. He was, what we on the street would say, “Dick was a Gentle Man, a prince and one to remind us to ‘Stay Nice.'” G’day, good person, Dick.

  8. Our deepest sympathy to the Lepetsos family. We will always remember and appreciate his friendship, the kindness he always showed, and how he cared for his community. Love to his family.

  9. Dear Marcia and family, I only knew Dick for a very short period of time, and we would tease each others about our rivalry. Have been thinking about you both, quite a bit. Sending hugs, prayers, and tons of love. Robin, from therapy.

  10. In behalf of the remaining members of Pueblo Central High School’s 386 members of Dicks class of 1955, we wish to express our sympathy and condolences to his family and close friends. He was everyone’s friend, a part of everyone’s high school story. He was a laudable student and an enjoyably musician. He graciously served in several class officer positions. As the years mount up, we witness more and more classmates depart from us, each taking a part of us with him or her. We find that can no longer say, “Hey, remember the time when we. . .? Rest in peace, Dick. You have served and represented us well.

  11. Marcia and family, I am sorry to hear of Dick’s passing. Your family was always so kind to me and my family when I worked at Park East back in early 80’s. He was a very kind man and I was blessed to have worked for him. Prayers to you all.

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