Gregory T. Naglich, 38, passed away Sept. 22, 2004, in Pueblo, Colorado. Survived by his siblings, Lynn Elaine Cechin of Lewisville, Texas, Robert John Naglich of Sterling, Colo. and Richard Martin Naglich of Pueblo; uncle, Martin (Charlene) Naglich of Pueblo West; and cousins, Mark and Angie Naglich. Preceded in death by his parents, Robert and Ethel Naglich. Greg was born July 7, 1966, in Pueblo, and worked at Target Warehouse. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. It is Nov. 2004 and I am just learning of Gregs death. I am not even sure what happened. Greg was a huge part of my life for so many years, and I have never stopped loving him. Today I am very sad. I hope you are dancing with the angels baby…You will always be in my heart…I will miss you Greg…Rest in peace my love…Stacy

  2. Greg was a good friend and I am sorry to hear of his death. Excellent guitarist who wanted to have fun and a laugh.
    Rest in Peace Greg.

  3. My deepest sympathy to the Naglich family. I worked with Greg at Target and he was my neighbor on 22nd Street when I lived in Pueblo. I always knew if I needed help, he be there and he was. He was a very nice young man, way to young to be gone. You should be proud of him. He had a great laugh and a wonderful smile, of which he was always doing both. God bless you all during this difficult time.

  4. Greg you are without a doubt one of the greatest persons I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. It breaks my heart to to see you gone. I’ll alwyas remember boxing night at your house and the fun times we had.

  5. no one will ever know how much greg influenced my life, we shared four years together. ” Greg I will never forget you” Always and forever
    Richelle Seifried

  6. I knew Greg for about three weeks. He was a very nice person. I am sad that he is gone and has passed away at such a young age.

  7. My deepest sympathy to all you who are Greg’s family. I met him 10 years ago when I moved back to Pueblo. I had a broken heart and he helped me to heal it. We joked and I introduced him as my big brother and me as his little sister. He was a wonderful person and I regret losing touch with him.
    Please accept my sincere condolences.

  8. To Greg’s family and friends, my sincere condolences on Greg’s passing. He was my roommate and you couldn’t help but love the guy. He was a person who would do anything to help anyone out and had a great heart. God bless you all. Rest in peace Greg.

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