Gregory Alan Dorsey, born Sept. 21, 1948, in Pueblo. A fighter who bravely faced numerous trials throughout his life courageously lost his battle with cancer and WALKED into the gates of heaven on July 6, 2010. Preceded in death by his parents, Robert and Josephine Dorsey; and sister, Laura Schwab; and wife, Linda Dorsey. Survived by his children, Aedra (Dominic) Magdaleno, Carrie (Shava) Dorsey, Tara (Alzado) Adame and Brian Dorsey. The absolute love and joys of his life, his grandchildren, Cassidy Nolan and baby boy Magdaleno, Ava, Olivia and Mia Adame. Also survived by Bobbi Zangaris, Jeff (Lisa) Dorsey, Tracy (Randy) Roybal; sister-in-law, Georgette (John) Beggs; former wife, Lyn Brown; beloved pet, Buddy; also numerous nieces and nephews. Greg graduated from South High School in 1966 and loved his classmate 'family' enjoying their get-togethers every chance he got. A lifelong insurance agent, Greg could be found at The Deli everyday on his lunch hour answering phones and telling the latest jokes he had heard or made up. His love of his life was evident in the friendships he sustained through the years and the new ones he made daily. Special thank you to his team of nurses at Parkview skilled nursing, especially Carrie and Tammy, for all their care and support. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. In loving memory of Greg, The Deli will be closed Friday, July 9, 2010. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Friday, July 9, 2010, in the Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel. In lieu of flowers and food, donations may be made to PBS or Craig Hospital through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, CO 81003. Online condolences,

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  1. To the Dorsey family Greg was a great guy. He was not one to feel sorry for himself. He had so much strength and made you smile just seeing him. Now in heaven he can walk and has no more pain. May he rest in peace…

  2. I wanted to let you know that Greg was such a good friend to me. I have been amazed by his strength so many times. When I think I am having a bad time with something, Greg comes to mind and I know how to handle whatever comes by watching Greg! I will miss his friendship very much.

  3. Greg and Linda are at peace now playing cards together, what a sense of humor Greg had for all
    of us My thoughts are with Tara and Brian love, Margo

  4. We’re going to miss Greg’s sense of humor, his sensitivity, the warmth of his smile and the twinkle in his eyes. Greg was a caring man who told a great story with a wonderful laugh. We’re very sad for this loss

  5. To the Dorsey family, all of us. If hard luck and trials can make us stronger they made Greg not only strong enough to face an enormous number of problems in his life but strong enough to face his life with an amazing spirit, sense of humor and total lack of self pity. He treated his family with love and his friends like family. I am sure freedom from his pain and earthly body is a joy and he so deserves to be free. Rest in peace dear friend.

  6. So sorry to hear about Greg. He was such a wonderful person. My thoughts and prayers are with you all in this great time of sorrow.

  7. Jeff, Lisa and family…Sorry to hear of the passing of your brother. The first time I saw him was years ago at the sandwich shop and little did I know that wife Linda would sell me my home across the street from you, my good neighbor. Peace be with both of them.

  8. To the whole Dorsey family, we are so sorry for your loss. Greg was a really wonderful person, and we had the privelage of growing up across the street and being neighbors and playmates. To Bobbi, Jeff, Tracy and the extended family your all in our thoughts and prayers. Love your friends and neighbors Janice Spinuzzi, Angela Spinuzzi-Lisac, Mia Spinuzzi, Mike Spinuzzi

  9. Tara, Brian,Aedra & Carrie, Our condolences to you all Your Dad was remarkable…I can remember going to visit them one day in the fall, and your Dad was outside in his wheelchair, raking the lawn! Your whole entire family was a huge impact on my life!! You come from wonderful caring people! It’s been great seeing what wonderful adults you have become!! I’m glad I got to see you all again (after being gone for a while). I Loved seeing your Dad everyday, hearing a new joke & just seeing him SMILE!! But I never saw a smile more brighter then when his Grand-daughters would run up to him!! I know ,that as long as I live, I will NEVER meet a person that was more courageous,more independent, or more Happy than Greg Dorsey!! He will never be forgotten, and you should be so proud to be a part of him!!

  10. It saddened me so very much to hear of Greg’s passing. He was such a good friend in high school and was so much fun to be with. Being so far away from Pueblo, I have missed our “South family” but friends have told me what a big part Greg was. I am glad I got to talk to him in the hospital last year. We had a great phone conversation and remininesced about old times. He is truly one of a kind and will be missed. Rest in peace dear friend.

  11. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Greg was such an insperation to us all, he never felt sorry for himself and always had something nice to say. He will be missed by many.

  12. In spite of Greg’s handicap he always was up-beat and had a smile. We loved to hear him talk about his sports with enthusiasm over a beer. We wished that we lived closer so we could have spent more time with him. For his children, he left a lot of wonderful values and good examples to follow. We will miss him dearly. chuck and barbara

  13. Tara, Brian, Aedra and Carrie, and all of his family
    Please accept my deepest condolences. Greg was a Dear Friend and classmate. We go back along way. Our Mother’s were very dear friends, so I have known Greg my whole life. He fought a good fight, and now he is at peace. We will all miss him, and we will keep you and Greg in our thoughts and prayers.

  14. Tara and family,

    I am so very sorry for your loss. I know you have had a rough time with many losses. I just want you to know that my prayers are with you the girls and your entire family during this time of loss. Just remember that you have many friends who are here to support you through all of this.

    Shane Ammeter

  15. Greg was my best childhood buddy. We had so many good times growing up on Hollywood Dr. We used to play in the new houses and over by the water tower. We were once on the same Old Timers team. I will never forget what a good friend he was. God bless Greg and may his soul rest in peace.

    Buddy Kline

  16. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. It’s been such a rough few years for your family and your many losses. Greg was a dear and wonderful friend and he will be missed by so many! His great smile was always an inspiration to us and we loved him dearly. We’re sure he is WALKING around heaven with Linda and Laura and his folks, free from pain and the constraints of this earthly life! Blessings to you all.

  17. To my brother of 23 years, you welcomed me with open arms, kind heart & a huge sense of humor. Your kindness & love will not be forgotten; you will live on throughout all the lives you have touch. You are free now. I love you & will miss your jokes, your smile but you will always be in my heart. Lisa

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