June 4, 1950 ~ March 23, 2020

Born in: Bronx, NY
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Kenneth Llewellyn, 69, passed into God’s arms, March 23, 2020, after a lengthy illness. Survived by wife, Carol (Janezich) Llewellyn; sons, Matthew Llewellyn (Juan Abad) of New York City and Jeffrey Llewellyn (Lawrence Bernal) of San Francisco; sister, Maureen (Patrick) Doyle of Long Beach, N.Y.; nephews and nieces, Chris (Taryn) Doyle of Riverview, Fla., Melanie (Jimmy) Johnson of White Plains, N.Y. and Jennifer (Travis) Madsen of Denver; sister-in-law, Mary Jane Noakes of Denver; and other nieces, nephews, cousins and loved ones along with Allie, his Italian Greyhound. Preceded in death by parents; in-laws, Carl and Mary Janezich; and brother-in-law, Michael Noakes. Ken was born to John and Margaret Llewellyn on June 4, 1950, in Bronx, N.Y. Worked for VAE Nortrack Rail and retired in 2014. He was hard-working making sure to provide for his family and his children’s education. Generous and willing to help his neighbors, he was a blood donor since 1976. He gave over 30 gallons of blood and saved “countless” lives. He was a terrible cook with his infamous “Spanish” rice– think canned tomatoes and Uncle Bens. He loved his ice cream and treats as much as a well-done (burnt) steak and potatoes with a salad, always no dressing. You knew he enjoyed his food when he’d flip the spoon out of his mouth and smile. His drink of choice was a tomato beer with salt. His pastime was to play the horses at Belmont. He was a loving husband, dad and brother.
Ken was a member of Sacred Heart Cathedral and the Eagles. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward. Live-stream service to be announced at a later date If able, donate blood in memory of Kenneth Llewellyn. If unable, monetary donations may be given to American Red Cross. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com. A celebration of his life will be announced at a later date.

We love you and miss you dearly


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Memorial Service:

Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel
1317 N. Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003


Room: Postponed

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  1. Carol,
    Ken was a wonderful husband, father, and friend. As you know he was a very giving person and always ready and willing to help whether it was a stranger or a friend. With the last visit I had with Ken in the hospital he was stoic and viewed his situation realistically with grace. He taught me courage with the strength he had dealing with his chronic illness. His loss will be felt for quite sometime.
    Love Debi

  2. Carol,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Ken was a good man. He was there for you and you for him. I will always remember the Hawaii cruise we took. It was such a fun time.
    Please feel free to call me when you need someone to talk to.
    Hugs, Rose

  3. CandleImageDear Carol, to you and your sons, and all Ken’s loved ones, my condolences and prayers. Though I didn’t know Ken, personally, he seems like a “salt of the earth” kind of man! Really good and caring about humankind. It’s marvelous that you have chosen the Red Cross and blood donations as his memorial contributions. What a wonderful way to continue his presence and goodness in Pueblo!
    I will be with you all, via the web, for his funeral. May Ken continue to bless all those he loved so well as he lives his new life in God!
    Sister Noreen Ellison, SC
    Royal Oak, MI

  4. Carol, Matt, and Jeff,
    Ken was a wonderful man and friend. I will never forget the many acts of kindness he exhibited to my parents. Matt and Jeff routinely shoveled snow helping my parents. Ken’s guidance of his sons taught us all to be good people to others. He always ended a conversation by saying, “have a great day”, and he meant it. Our family will miss Ken’s smile and friendship.
    Respectfully, The Bridgman family

  5. Carol, I am keeping you in my prayers during this time of sorrow. God be with you. May many great memories of good times gone by make you smile. Pam Andrew Keller

  6. CandleImageSo sorry to hear of his passing. I once visited him way back when, when I went out to Colorado. He was very gracious and dad to see me leave. He was very jovial! I’m his cousin. Terry Moloney is my mother.
    God Bless him

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