Elmo John Hancock

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July 9, 1963 ~ June 6, 2018

Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Elmo John Hancock, 54, passed away June 6, 2018. Survived by wife, Peggy; siblings, Edward (Charlotte), Freda (Russ), Tommy (Shelly), Kathleen and Craig (Adee); daughter, Jeana; sister-in-law, Mary (Chris) Porter; brother-in-law, Jerry Humphreys; mother-in-law, Marion Schaeffer; and numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Preceded in death by his parents. John was born to Augustine and Eddie Hancock on July 9, 1963, in Pueblo, loved football, played for Pueblo Crusaders, graduated from Centennial High School in 1983, was in the Army from 1983 to 1986, and enjoyed going to Thunderwolves games, boating and fishing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Viewing, 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Memorial service, 1:00 p.m. Friday, June 15, Parkhill Baptist Church, 4235 Parkhill Place with military honors Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Deepest condolences to you Peggy. My heart goes out to you during this difficult time. Many positive thoughts and energy are being sent to you from Trinidad. Rosalie Marquez and Bill Louthan

  2. My condolences to our Hancock family. My heart hurts for you all during this difficult time. Johnny was such a great Big Bro! Remember all the good times and great memories; hold those close to your heart! His smile and good heart will never be forgotten. Great big hugs and prayers to you all.

  3. Dearest FAMILY,
    I’m so VERY sorry and I know my card won’t make it to let you know how much I loved JOHNNIE … with his beautiful spirit and generous, kind nature … I’m glad Marty will be there for you … as he’s beyond grief and I know he and I would NEVER want to have had Johnnie to suffer …and when Greg died and I was grieving so also – my Catholic Monsignor said, do not be said and believe “he’s with you as he’s in Heaven …and I HAVE TO TELL YOU THAT TOO MANY THINGS HAVE HAPPENED FOR ME TO BELIEVE THAT HE IS INTERVENING WHEN I AM HAVING PROBLEMS. So keep him with you in your hearts & mind … I even, sometimes, ask Greg to help me solve something … and it happens! GOD LOVE YOU ALL …

  4. Bill and I are sad to hear of Johnny’s passing. He was always a friendly guy and loved everyone. I remember when we were young Mr. Hancock brought Johnny over because he had gotten his hands in battery acid. He was always a car guy and loved to fix things. He’s in the heavens above with his mom and dad. RIP my friend! Penny and Bill Pazier.

  5. My deepest condolences to all Hancock family. Johnny was a big teddy bear. I remember when I was a little girl we were at church for alter call I was holding Johnny’s hand. I was so scared I thought he was a giant. I asked my Grandma how does he fit in a bed? My Grandma just laughed at me. I have so many great memories with all the Hancocks. I will keep you all in my prayers.

  6. l worked with John and always found him very fun to be around, never a loss for words always seemed to be in a good mood. l will miss your friendship.

  7. So sorry to hear of Johnny’s passing. A sweetheart of a man, and so easy to work with. More people needed in the world like this man. Rest in peace, Johnny.

  8. I was so sorry to hear of John’s passing. I was his mail carrier for 13 years and he was never without a greeting….or a smile. His passing will leave a void in so many lives. My condolences go out to his family and friends. May he rest in peace.

  9. I will miss John very much. He was such a great guy and could never be replaced. All my love and prayers to his wife and my dear friend Peggy.

  10. So sorry to hear of his passing . Even though John & I had not seen each other since working together with the D.O.C. , I will still miss his friendship . He was a Great guy and will be missed .

  11. Pueblo and the world has lost a wonderful individual. He was a great co-worker and he will be sorely missed. Prayers and condolences to all John’s family and friends. I sure miss his smiling face. Bongi

  12. So sorry to hear about the passing of such a great, friendly, funny and caring guy. I loved working with him in the past. He is going to be missed by many. I loved his hugs every time I saw him. May god be with all of you during this difficult time.

  13. I am so sad to hear of the passing of Elmo. We went to high school together and he was a good friend. He looked out for me always, he was like a “big brother” to me. He had a kind soul and loved everyone with his smile and hugs. One of the good guys! I’ll miss you Elmo, rest in peace my big brother.

  14. To my special friend ed my heart goes out to you my friend I am so glad I got to see Johnny last year in Colorado Springs we had a good conversation about his and my surgeries ed please don’t hesitate to call me for anything I love you see you soon your friend and brother Ben Montoya

  15. I am so sad to hear about Johnny’s passing. Always smiling, joking and caring. I will always think of him when I go to the football games and miss seeing him at the State Fair working security. I first met Johnny when I was just a kid age 10. I will always remember him and will forever miss his great big hugs and smile.

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