Giles T. Ebert, 57, of Pueblo, Colo., began his journey on May 4, 1947. And while his path changed a number of times he held fast to the belief of 'going with the flow.' His journey ended March 3, 2005. With his passing he will join his dad, Oliver H. Ebert; wife, Patty; daughter, Shelby; brother-in-law, Robert Garnett; as well as other family and friends. Remaining behind to cherish his memory are his mom, Mary Ebert; wife, Jane Garnett; children, Anthony (Maggie) DiMatteo, Andy (Renee) DiMatteo, David (Andrea) DiMatteo, Brian (Colleen) Amman, Brenda Amman and Kolby Ebert; nine grandchildren, including Micah, Miles, Brendan and Liam. Also survived by sisters and brothers, Kathleen Campbell (Richard), Jeanette Ball, Shirley DeVore (Kent), Sharon Donley (Rick), Mary Lou Gradisar (Gabe), John Garnett (Gloria), Ray Garnett (Doris), Tom Garnett (Kathy), Jim Garnett; his second mom and dad, Dick and Jerri Wilberforce, and a very large circle of friends. At his request, there will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A joyful memorial service will be held 11:00 a.m. Monday, March 7, 2005, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Pastor Alex Howard officiating. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice through the funeral home. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. The healing ceremonies we held for Giles will remain in my memory. I have witnessed a healing ceremony among the Lakota and it is a moving event. It’s about love and community and I feel that Giles felt that and god bless him for being willing to be open to it. He was a good man. Many thoughts are with the family and he will be missed by many.

    YOU’RE STILL HERE
    by Richard Lepinsky

    At the finest level of my being,
    You’re still with me.

    We still look at each other
    At the level beyond sight.

    We talk and laugh with each other,
    In a place beyond words.

    We share time together in a place
    Where time stands still.

    We are still together
    On a level called Love.

    But I cry alone for you,
    In a Place called reality.

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