Kerie Lynn Cetin, born Feb. 18, 1972, passed away Nov. 9, 2012. Preceded in death by grandparents, William and Anna Mae Berckefeldt, Joseph and Hedwig Cetin; and other aunts, uncles and cousins, and beloved pets, Pug and Beej. Survived by parents, Raymond and Sharon Cetin; aunt and uncle, John and Anna Marks; Godmother, Dorothy Bradish; cousins, Bill (Jody) Hugley, Bob (Carolyn) Hugley, Diana Hugley, Helen Hribar and other cousins and their families. Graduated from South High School in 1990 and the University of Southern Colorado. She worked for School District 60 for 14 years at the elementary level before her illness. Kerie considered the students 'her kids' and she wanted them to call her Miss 'C.' Kerie was an avid book reader and enjoyed collecting Hallmark ornaments, Swarovski crystal, Beanie Babies and Barbie dolls. She was a fan of WWE Wrestling. She enjoyed traveling world-wide with her parents. She also had a collection of Hard Rock t-shirts from every major city she visited. Kerie will be greatly missed for her wonderful sense of humor and her funny laugh. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Service, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with the Rev. Dr. Rick Calhoun officiating. In lieu of flowers and food memorials may be made to PAWS for life through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, CO 81003. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. I’m sorry for the loss of a lovely lady. I knew her throughout school and loss touch when I left the state but she was never out of my heart or mind. I’m so sorry you loss her. My prayers are with you and her.—Diana Swope(Young)

  2. Dear Sharon and Ray,

    I was so sorry to hear of your loss. I well remember Kerie as a small child and the challenges she faced. Last year when I came to Pueblo for the CNB Christmas party, it was a delight to be able to see her. I know she brought much joy into your lives, and I know how much you must miss her; and yet I also know that she is in a happy and trouble-free place now – a place where you will eventually join her and see her sweet smile again. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

    Love,

    Sheri

  3. Dear Ray and Sharon……. Only by chance did I find about the loss of Kerie. Mom’s cousin in Pueblo, Maxine Webb, saw the obit in the paper and called me to let me know…. I am so sorry for your loss. When my dad passed away and we were there for his funeral, I so enjoyed Kerie and her wonderful sense of humor and laugh. May God bring you comfort and peace and many sweet memories of her and the many lives she touched. God Bless you……Kowana (Morlan) Capagli

  4. I was very saddened when I heard about the loss of Kerie.

    My thoughts and prayers are with you Sharon and Ray. I have known Kerie since
    elementary to the present. She was always one of the sweetest friends that anyone could have. I always enjoyed my birthday/slumber parties that she came to when we were younger, we had a blast. She definitely had a great laugh which will be missed. In the last several years, I had enjoyed her coming into my gift shop and watching her pick out her favorite kitchen fairie for her or her Mom and catch up on what was going on in our lives. I will definitely miss her coming in to my shop just to say hi. It was always nice seeing her when she came by.

    I am sorry I was not able to make it to the service today but my thoughts an prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.

    May she rest in peace and be free from any pain now.

    My thoughts and Prayers,

    Melissa Bourell

  5. Sharon & Ray, I’m so so very sorry to hear about Kerie. She was such a beautiful person inside and out. You were very blessed to have a wonderful child in your life.Our prayers are with the both of you at this time of sorrow. I’m soory we can’t make the service, but know that our hearts, thoughts and prayers will be with you.
    Michael & Veronica Ortega

  6. Kerie was someone I could count on when I called her to sub for me in District 60. The kids liked her and everything was done that I had asked her to do. My sympathy for her family at this difficult time.
    L McArthur

  7. Sharon,
    I am so sorry to hear about your loss of Kerie. Just from hearing you talk about her when I worked next to you made me feel like I knew her personally. She was a sweetheart and is now watching over you and Ray. Thinking of you both during this very difficult time.

    Kandace Gecewicz

  8. Sharon and Ray,
    We are so sorry for the loss of Kerie. She was a delightful woman and had such a zest for life. We will not be able to attend the service but our thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Char and chuck

  9. Sharon and Family….I am so saddened by your tragic loss. You know that her illness is no longer hurting her. I cannot attend the service, but will be there with you in thought and spirit. My deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. My prayer for you is that you feel the closeness of the Lord and find comfort at this difficult time.
    Sandy Lukehart

  10. Sharon and Ray,
    It has been many years since working with you at Hunter Bros., but I saw this in the paper and just wanted to let you know, we are thinking of you and so sorry for your loss. I am so glad you had the two photos with the obituary.

    Jack and Norma Gwartney

  11. I went to South with Kerie, and we always hung out after school. Ray and Sharon, I am so very sorry for your loss. Just know that she is in God’s glory now and no longer in pain. May her soul rest in peace.

    Always, Crystal Cruz and Bertha Beck

  12. Ray & Sharon, We’ve been friends forever, and recently neighbors. My hear goes out to you both, a child is so precious in one’s life! Please accept my heartfelt sympathy How fortunate she was to have had such special parents.! Neighbor: Bernice

  13. Ray and Sharon,

    My heart goes out to you and your family on the loss of your daughter. While I did not know Kerie personally, she was part of a very fine family. Just know that I am thinking of you at this painful time.

    Skip Ladd

  14. There is no words at this time to ease your pain, just keep Kerie’s memory close to your heart. She was truely a delight to know, and I will always remember her catagious laugh and energetic style. Kerie love her treasurer finds for her collections and took time to share with others. In a way Kerie lives in all of our hearts and will always be remembered.
    Ray & Jaci

  15. We are very sorry to learn of Kerie’s passing. She will always be in our memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with Sharon and Ray and the rest of the family in Pueblo. We wish we could be there with you.
    Colleen (Fortner) and Charles Templer

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