Jean Ruth Hallock, 82, passed away June 3, 2018. Survived by husband, Donald V. Hallock; children, Jim (Jan), John, Donald Jr. (Lois), Mary Hughes (Stark) and Anne Bergstrom; brother, Kenneth (Rebecca) Van Es; brothers-in-law, Richard (Anne) and Thomas (Fran); 12 grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by parents, June and Kenneth Van Es; and brother, John Van Es. Jean was born on September 11, 1935, in Sheboygan, Wis. and was a retired nurse and homemaker. She enjoyed family, especially her grandchildren. She loved her pets, needlecraft, the Denver Broncos, swimming with her friends at the YWCA, league bowling, world travel with her husband, reading and cooking for family and friends. Jean was very active in church councils and committees and volunteered for activities with the American Red Cross. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Celebration of life, 1 p.m. Saturday, June 9, at Ascension Episcopal Church, 420 W. 18th St. Interment will take place at a later date. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to Ascension Episcopal Church, 420 W. 18th St., Pueblo, CO 8003 or the Pueblo YWCA, 3200 Spaulding Avenue, Pueblo, CO 81008. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. I had the pleasure of picture framing Jean’s beautiful needlework for many years. She always brightened my day and football was always up for discussion. My condolences to the Hallock family.

  2. I took care of Jean during her final days here on this Beautiful Earth. It was my absolute pleasure and honor taking care of a retired nurse. Donald never asked for anything while at Jean’s bedside and it goes to show how much he truly cared for his wife. I had the pleasure of meeting two of her son’s and her brother as well. I send my condolences to the Hallock family. Take care!

  3. My condolences to the Hallock family. I have fond memories of all of you from my high school days. Mrs Hallock (sorry, I cannot call her “Jean”) was a wonderful woman. She welcomed me into her home and treated me as her son. Always so kind (though she got a little angry at Don and I when we made a rash decision and left for Wildwood, NJ late in the evening …”Your sisters were so much more organized when they planned a trip”. She was right…of course).

    My thoughts and prayers are with all of you!

  4. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of Jehovah God’s wonderful hope for Jean. Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time.

  5. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of Jehovah God’s wonderful hope for Jean. Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time. JW.ORG

  6. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of Jehovah God’s wonderful hope for Jean. Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time. JW.ORG

  7. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of Jehovah God’s wonderful hope for Jean. Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time. JW.ORG

  8. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of Jehovah God’s wonderful hope for Jean (Acts 24:15). Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time (Revelation 21:4).

  9. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of Jehovah God’s wonderful hope for Jean (Acts 24:15). Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time (Revelation 21:4).

  10. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of Jehovah God’s wonderful hope for Jean (Acts 24:15). Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time (Revelation 21:4).

  11. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of Jehovah God’s wonderful hope for Jean (Acts 24:15). Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time (Revelation 21:4). JW.ORG

  12. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of Jehovah God’s wonderful hope for Jean (Acts 24:15). Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time (Revelation 21:4). JW.ORG

  13. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of Jehovah God’s wonderful hope for Jean (Acts 24:15). Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time (Revelation 21:4). JW.ORG

  14. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of Jehovah God’s wonderful hope for Jean (Acts 24:15). Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time (Revelation 21:4). JW.ORG

  15. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of God’s wonderful hope for Jean (Acts 24:15). Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time (Revelation 21:4). JW.ORG

  16. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of God’s wonderful hope for Jean (Acts 24:15). Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time (Revelation 21:4). JW.ORG

  17. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of Jehovah God’s wonderful hope for Jean (Acts 24:15). Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time (Revelation 21:4). JW.ORG

  18. I’m sorry for your loss. May the peace of mind can be found in the knowledge of Jehovah God’s wonderful hope for Jean (Acts 24:15). Meditating on this hope’s benefits for each of you is a comfort for this time (Revelation 21:4). JW.ORG

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