Elvin 'Bud' Ham, 86, passed away in Pueblo, on Sept. 16, 2014. Preceded in death by his beloved wife, Shirley; parents, Marvin & Leatha; sister, Betty Lockett; in laws, Gerald (Glada), William, & Marlene McDowell. Survived by sons, Rod (Kember) & Rick (Patti); grandchildren, Nicholas Ham, Jeni Ham, Joni (Sam) Melendrez, & Joey (Kristen) Ham; great-grandchildren, Kylie, Sammy, Bella, & Zachary; brothers and sisters-in-law, Gordon McDowell, Carole (J.A.) Carmack and Elaine (Raymond) Nation; and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Monday, September 22, 2014, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Mr. Ham was a wonderful dental patient at New Outlook Dental Center Dr. Kyle Schulz. He always brought joy and a nice smile to our office, we will miss him.

  2. Mr. Ham was a wonderful dental patient at New Outlook Dental Center Dr. Kyle Schulz. He always brought joy and a nice smile to our office, we will miss him.

  3. We all grew up in Penrose, and the difference in ages didn’t matter. It was all one big happy country group. I will always remember Buddy Ham and how he was ready to visit whenever he saw you. We were so lucky to see him at his last birthday party.

  4. We all grew up in Penrose, and the difference in ages didn’t matter. It was all one big happy country group. I will always remember Buddy Ham and how he was ready to visit whenever he saw you. We were so lucky to see him at his last birthday party.

  5. Mr. Ham was my husband and my son’s barber for several years, in the 1960’s. Our son was a year old when he had his first haircut and we have a picture of the two of them in one of our albums. That was nearly 50 years ago. May you be given all the strength you need to adjust to this loss of a very special man. I wish peace and comfort to you today and in the days to come.

  6. Mr. Ham was my husband and my son’s barber for several years, in the 1960’s. Our son was a year old when he had his first haircut and we have a picture of the two of them in one of our albums. That was nearly 50 years ago. May you be given all the strength you need to adjust to this loss of a very special man. I wish peace and comfort to you today and in the days to come.

  7. So many happy memories with my Uncle Bud. He was always happy to see us and we had so much fun when we came to Pueblo to Uncle Buds and Aunt Shirley’s. I will miss you. Love to all at this sad time. Vickie

  8. So many happy memories with my Uncle Bud. He was always happy to see us and we had so much fun when we came to Pueblo to Uncle Buds and Aunt Shirley’s. I will miss you. Love to all at this sad time. Vickie

  9. Mr. Ham was my barber as a kid and friends with my parents. I always remember his smile and positive outlook. What a great man. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time of loss.

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