Harry J. Pehoviack, 55, passed away Sept. 4, 2013. Survived by his mother, Jean Hubbs of Pueblo; brothers, Frank, Lee and Paul Pehoviack; sisters, Ann Videtto and Julie Pehoviack;half-siblings, Richard and Barbara; numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his father, Frank. He was born May 11, 1958, on Mother's Day, to Frank and Jean (Coffin) Pehoviack in Las Vegas, Nev. Harry worked at Fazoli's and enjoyed music, walking his dog, Boomer, visiting with everyone he met, and watching fire trucks. He was a longtime member of the YMCA in Pueblo and Long Beach, Calif. There will be no viewing. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 13, 2013, at Our Lady of the Meadows, 23 Starling Dr., with Msgr. James King as celebrant. Memorials may be made to PAWS No Kill Animal Shelter through the funeral home. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Harry’s missed and loved dearly by our family. He is pictured below with me (his oldest sister, Barbara) on Saint Patrick’s Day. We shared many happy times & he was my little prankster as a child as he loved to chase me around our old oak tree. He also enjoyed participating in Shannon’s annual childhood Halloween/ birthday celebration when she was growing up and he lived nearby in Southern California. His fun loving gusto for life brings joy to my sorrowful heart. Laughter and happiness is the great gift he brought to everyone, and his joy will carry us through. May God bless you during this sad time and always. Barbara Hazlett & family

  2. Dear Aunt Jean, My heart is with you. I loved Harry and it’s so good to read these notes and see that others appreciated his humor and good heart. He made me laugh a lot. He was a good man and some day we’ll see him again. Maybe I’ll be up to wrestling him then :0) My prayers are with you all, he was loved and he gave a lot of love, that is a life well lived. Love from Harry’s cousin, Jo Coffin-Dziengel

  3. My prayers are with Harry and all those that were close to him. He was always a fun loving Uncle that enjoyed the laughter of my sister and I as children when he would visit us. His passing is so sudden and he was so young to go so soon. I know he is in Heaven amongst others that we have lost and he will be missed. Love Shannon Hazlett

  4. Our heartfelt condolences go out to all of our family members for the lost of Harry. We always appreciated his innocence and wonderful sense of humor.
    We will always remember his excitement and enthusiasm during the family’s visit to Laughlin AFB, Texas in 1971. We hope it gives you comfort and peace knowing that he is in the arms of God.

    Richard and Linda Pehoviack

  5. Jean, I am so sorry for your loss. I no longer have a current phone number for you. I can’t come Friday but will be thinking of you. Harry and I had some good laughs and I can see that smirk of his right now that he had when he was laughing and smiling. Bless his soul. – Cheri Ward YMCA

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