Gary C. Newton, 56, of Pueblo, passed away Saturday, January 26, 2008. A lifetime resident of Pueblo is survived by his wife, Deborah Newton; children, Tiffany and Aaron Newton; stepchildren, Shannon, Jason and Fred Skubal; grandchildren, Hillary and Jonathan Patton, Kyle, Chelbie, Karlee, Kailee, Rikkie, Raelynn and Zarron Skubal; sister, Cherie Hefty; niece & nephew, Kristi & Brad Kinney. Gary was employed as an outside salesman with Western Supply Company from 1972-1984 and Industrial Gas Products 1984-1998. Memorial service will be held 1 p.m. Saturday February 2, 2008, at North side Christian Church 29th and High St. Pueblo, CO. Online condolences, MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. Gary and I grew up together. I lived on 22nd Street in Pueblo across from his brother, Neale. In the summer of ’64 and ’65 we spent many hours with other friends on his block. The “gang” used to skateboard near Kathy and Barbie Brady’s house on 24th Street during the “Sidewalk Surfin'” years. He was one of the nicest friends I had. I know how much you must miss him now. May God bless you and strengthen you during this difficult time and may the love of family and friends carry you through.

  2. Dear Debi and Family,

    I am so sorry to hear about Gary, If there is anything I can do please let me know. I have to work Saturday and can’t get off but I wanted you to know I was thinking about you. If you need anything please call 719-924-2042 or 970-590-7597.

  3. Dear Cheri and family. My deepest and sincerest condolences in the loss of Gary. Many years have passed since we all have seen one another but just seeing your brothers name in print brought back precious memories of years gone by and old school days at Freed and Centennial. I have you in my thoughts and prayers…
    It is difficult to lose someone so young. I know!!!
    God Bless you and help you through this difficult time.
    Sincerely,
    Sandy Allen Betts
    Class of 1970

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