March 19, 1934 ~ July 25, 2020

Born in: Pueblo, CO
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

John Filler, 86, passed away peacefully at home on July 25, 2020. Preceded in death by parents, James and Anna (Baker) Filler; brothers, Frank, Joe and Carl; and granddaughter, Brandie Perez. John leaves behind to cherish his memory his wife, Myra; sons, Michael (Janice) and Mark (Laurie); daughters, Judy (Kim) Demicell, Joyce Gittins ( Jeff Freeman), Janet Trevithick and Jennifer Loppnow (Aaron Randall); eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Private family service has taken place. The family will celebrate his life at the family home, come-and-go, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, August 8, 2020. Broncos and Rockies attire is requested. In lieu of food or flowers, donations may be made to lbda.org/donate for Lewy Body Dementia research or to Frontier Hospice, 4718 N. Elizabeth, Pueblo, CO  81008  The family would like to offer special thanks to Dr. Kari Coffey and Stevey Bayes R.N. for their loving care of our husband and father. Online condolences, www. MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. CandleImageOur prayers and thoughts are with the family. Judy, your dad was a ray of sunshine during rough times. He was always smiling and always happy. He will be sorely missed by all. May God now grant you the peace and serenity during this time of loss.
    Love, Pete and Susie Juba

  2. I enjoyed all the times John would stop by my office when he was delivering supplies and we would visit. I will always treasure the craft he made & gave me when I retired.Thank you for sharing that picture of John. That is how I will always remember him. John was a very special man. Rest in Peace John. He loved you very much Myra.

  3. My Deepest Sympathy to Myra and Family. Sorry for your loss. I will always treasure all the crafts and especially the one John gave me.

  4. CandleImageDear Myra and family. Elaine Guadagno and the John Guadagno family sends our prayers and hugs. Dad always spoke fondly of his cousin Johnny Filler. They had a lot of stories of their growing up together. They are having a time of it now in heaven!

  5. My condolences to the family .My parents and John were good friends.I met John through my parents.I used to tell him because of his business that he was the only guy that had his name in every bathroom in town.He would just laugh.He was such a nice person .Always laughing.To his family May God bless you and comfort you.My parents were Bob and Ann Leffler

  6. CandleImageI was sorry to hear of Mr Filler’s passing, an acquaintance of my father. He would always greet you with a smile and a kind word. I enjoyed visiting with him after mass; discussing bowling, family, and his talents in woodworking. My condolences to the family, he will be missed.

  7. I feel honored to have known John Filler! I will always remember all the awesomely funny stories he told. Stealing a car, peeing down a vent hole! Sometimes I didn’t know if he was making it up or was a true story. But it didn’t matter because either way it got everyone laughing more than I thought possible! A bright light in the world has been extinguished but it will never be forgotten.

  8. CandleImageI was so saddened to hear of Mr. Filler’s passing. I was blessed to grow up on Bramblewood and know the kind and funny man that he was. My deepest and most sincere condolences to the entire family.

  9. I was blessed to grow up on Bramblewood and be neighbors with the Filler family, Mr. Filler was always kind and funny. My heart is saddened of his passing and I send my most sincere and deepest condolences to the entire family.
    Fran(Francetta Brown) Plummer

  10. We are thankful everyday that John Filler was a part of our life. He added so much joy and friendship to our lives. We love you all, you are daily in our thoughts and prayers. Please know we are always here for you.

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