James W. Yaden, 71, passed away April 3, 2005, in Pueblo, Colorado. Survived by his wife of 43 years, Janet Yaden; sons, Ed (Carla) Yaden of Broomfield, Colo., John Yaden of Pueblo, Steve (Carolyn) Yaden of St. Mawgan, England; grandchildren, Kyle, Kristen and Jonah Yaden and Amanda and Sarah Yaden; siblings, Elmer P. (Dorothy) Yaden of Colorado Springs, Shirley (Don) Mathews of Pueblo, Jacob Yaden of Pueblo, Wayne (Martha) Yaden of Quilcene, Wash. and Barbara (Thom) Ladner of Pueblo; numerous nieces and nephews. James was born to Elmer and Ina Yaden on Dec. 30, 1933, in Pioneer, Tenn. He served in the U.S. Army at the conclusion of the Korean Conflict and retired as a rehabilitation counselor for the State of Colorado. Past Master of Silver State Lodge #95, AF&AM and member of Southern Colorado Consistory. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Masonic Rites by Silver State Lodge #95, AF&AM will be held 11 a.m. Friday, April 8, 2005, at Roselawn Cemetery columbarium. Those who desire may make memorials to Shriners' Hospital or Sangre de Cristo Hospice, C/O Montgomery S Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, Colorado 81003. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. I am very sorry to read about Mr Yaden. he was an very hard worker with the Rainbow Girls and Eastern star.He will be a missed part of the Pueblo Masonic Family.

  2. Janet and Family-
    We were so sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. He was a good friend, a good all around person, and he will certainly be missed. You have the wonderful memories of your years together, and may they be a comfort to you and your family in the days to come. Our sincere sympathy to you at this sad time.
    Richard and Pearl Gibson

  3. Dear Janet and Family of Jim: We were extremely saddened to hear of Jim’s death. I have always kept Jim in mind, because of my long work history with Jim. He was a fine man and was always very courteous and honorable, and, we did share our funny and heartache moments. I especially admired how much he loved you, Janet, and often spoke highly of you. He also loved his children so much and was very proud of all of them. I never forgot Jim and always thought of him even though we did not stay in touch. May God bless you all. Our faith tells us that Jim is at peace and resting in Our Heavenly Father’s mansion. God bless all of you. With love and prayers, Patricia and Mando Reyes

  4. Dear Steve, Carolyn and the Yaden family,
    Our sincere sympathy for you and your family at the time of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you always.
    Sincerely, Chris & Maile Ortiz and family

  5. Mrs. Yaden and family; We want to offer our sincere sympathy to you in the the loss of Mr. Yaden. Our thoughts are with you.

  6. Dear Janet,
    So sorry to hear about Jim. I knew last time I saw him he was pretty sick. I’m caring for a very sick husband so I know what you’ve been through. Probably not much anyone can say to help the grief one must feel.
    as I look around at most if not all my older female relatives who were widowed years before, I know you survive. I suspect I’ll be like them when it happens to me, I just never talk about it. It sounds trite and I don’t mean it to be but have courage and enjoy what you have realizing that we here have so much to be thankful for. Fondly Kathy Bacino

  7. Barbara and family please accept my personal condolences for your loss.
    from Dora and class of ’61’

  8. Mr. James W. Yaden was a mentor to me in may ways. I will always thank him for the guidance and support he gave me.
    You will be missed.

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