February 18, 1937 ~ October 23, 2019

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

Leslie J. Hayworth, 82, passed away Oct. 23, 2019. Survived by wife, Wynona Hayworth; children, Debi (William) Schwabe and Edward Hayworth; grandchildren, Timothy Filler and Taylor Rose Hayworth; and great-grandchild, Hayden Hayworth Weeks. Preceded in death by parents; and daughter, Sandra Even. Leslie was born to Leslie and Elizabeth Hayworth on Feb. 18, 1937, in Pueblo, Colo. He was in the U.S. Army from 1955 to 1961, worked for 34 years at West Plains Energy and was co-owner of L.H. Welding and Fabricating, LLC. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium with no services. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. Kenny and I are deeply saddened to hear of Les’ passing. He was a devoted family man and a loving uncle. He will be deeply missed. Please accept our sincere condolences.

  2. CandleImageI am so sorry to hear of Uncle John’s passing. What a great man! I am so glad that The Brothers were able to spend time together. Prayers for Aunt Wynona, Debi, Eddie and the whole family.

  3. Dear Wynona and Family,
    Bill and I were truly saddened to hear of your loss. Our sincere sympathy and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Praying God gives you the strength and comfort you need at this time.
    Our love

    Bill and Marilyn

  4. Dear Wynona and Family
    Bill and I were truly saddened to hear of your loss.
    Our sincere sympathy and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
    Praying Gods strength and comfort are with you all.

    Our Love,
    Bill and Marilyn

  5. I remember les helping ed, work on cars ,motorcycles when were kids.I remember all of us going to st.chares peak motorcycle trail riding les,my father ,ed ,jeff merten ,larry merten ,bil colvin I remember les and someone else having to help repair someones motorcycle (chain?) on the backside of green horn mountain!With much love , to Wynonna,Ed,Debbie.Mark(Marv)Patterson

  6. I grew very fond of (Les) John as I was one of his employees at Centel and West Plains Energy. John took me under his wing and treated me like one of his family. We had a lot of good times traveling out of state as well as working in the local power plants. Learned a lot from John and thinking of his family at this time of loss.

  7. Condolences to John’s family. I graduated with him from Central High School, class of 1955. Myy son Brian graduated with his son-in-law Bill Schwabe from County High School in 1975. Glad he had a wonderful life.

  8. In addition to those of John’s Central High School, 1955 classmates whose names appear above on this page and on behalf of all the rest of his classmates, some of whose names may follow, we, his surviving classmates, all offer sympathy and condolence to his family and close friends for your loss. We share in that loss. We appreciated his Wildcat companionship. We mourn his passing.

  9. I remember John very well during our Central High school years. My prayers go out to his family, and may God grant you some comfort in this trying time.

  10. The Hayworth Family,
    We are all so sorry for your loss. Greg called me while we were in Texas. Mark was having surgery which was very successful. We all have many fond memories of Les going back to 1969 when we first moved to Pueblo. We became friends immediately sharing fun family times together over the years. He was very special in so many ways and was always willing to help out whenever any need arose. He was loved and well respected by all those who were honored to have known him.
    Please know we are keeping you all in our prayers at this sad time.
    With love and sincere sympathy,
    Gordon, Helen, Jeff, Mark and Kevin Murley
    Pueblo

  11. CandleImageDear Ed and family,
    So sorry to hear about Les.
    Just found out today of your loss.
    Deeply saddened to hear the news.
    Deepest sympathy.
    God bless.
    Phil, Kathy Albano and boys

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