Lew C. Core, 58, passed away Aug. 16, 2013. Survived by his son, Sean (Myrna) Core of Pueblo; stepsons, Josh (Angela) Stewart, Jeremy (Cassie) Stewart and Jesse (Crystal) Turner, all of Pueblo West; numerous grandchildren; brother, Larry (Eloise) Shattuck; nieces and nephews, Jason (Amie) Shattuck, Lisa (Jon) Novakowski; Jarret (Sarah) Shattuck; numerous great-nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his mother, Mildred (Guy) Shattuck; father, Howard Core; special friends, Ron Toly and Les Frey; and pet friends, Roper, Festus and Charlie. Lew was born April 30, 1955, in Denver. He was the owner/operator of 1st Alert, formerly Vanise Security, and longtime member of St. Paul Methodist Church. He had a special love for horses and 4-H. Lew was a close friend and mentor to many. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 5:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 23, 2013, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Ed Scriven officiating. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to Wild Mustang & Burro Program through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, CO 81003. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  2. I just heard about Lew’s passing today and wanted to offer my condolences to his family. I worked with Lew at Vanise from 1993 to 1997. We shared the same birthday, April 30th, and we often worked together on installations and service calls. Every day offered new and interesting experiences and I’ll always remember my time there as one of the most enjoyable jobs I’ve had.

  3. ,Bill R Merhoff Lew, we all ready miss you going past
    The Cowboy Supply daily and looking for your pickup. You were a good friend and I will miss our talks about antique saddles and tack. Now you can rest in peace.

  4. Sean, we are so saddened by the loss of your Dad. Please know you are in our thoughts & prayers. Roberta, Scott, Anna, Karl & Lori

  5. Lew you will be missed by many. Thank you for your friendship as well as being a mentor to Kiara and myself. The trails we rode together, the stories shared and much laughter will be remebered always. My deepest sympathy and prayers for the family.

  6. My Brother Lew. I was so Blessed to have had the opportunity to meet and talk with you on the phone a couple of years ago. We share the same love of people & horses. I know you are playing for the Lord and riding horses with Jesus daily. Love your Brother Mitch. For all my Brothers Family & Friends. Psalms 73:25-28

  7. Lew, I am so sorry you are gone but I know I will see you in heaven soon. I hope you have all of your answers now and are at peace. I wish I had more time with you. Love always, Your Little Sister, Michelle

  8. I was shocked and saddened to hear we have lost Lew. Always a great guy. Sean, Josh, Jeremy, Jesse and your families – our prayers are with you and hope the great memories of a honest and good man will give you comfort. Dave and Fe Ana Balsick

  9. Uncle Lew…I will always remember your joyful smile and kind eyes. I am so grateful I got to spend just a few hours with you while you were in Michigan. As with all who go before me…I wish I had more time to spend with you…truly saddened you are not on this earth anymore but looking forward to seeing your smiling face in heaven dear uncle.

  10. Saddened to hear of Lew’s passing. He was a kind, gentle man, who made all feel welcome in his presence and was a joy to be around. He was a good friend. He will be missed. My deepest sympathy to his family and friends.

  11. My deepest sympathy to all the family and friends of Lew. I will miss a good friend and our business relationship over many years that i’ve known Lew.

  12. My heart felt sympathy to friends and family of Lew. His singing and guitar playing inspired and entertained. May he enjoy time with his Lord and Savior with no more pain or tears.
    Candy Rodewald

  13. Am going to miss your service Lew as I am on the Colorado State Fair Rodeo Committee and that is where I will be Friday evening. If I couldn’t be at your memorial the Rodeo is probably the next most appropriate place for me to celebrate your life. You will be in my heart and thoughts as I honor you. You were a good man and good friend. Our discussions about the American west , horses , law enforcement , and what we shared in common with our family backgrounds will always provide me with precious memories. We last visited at the Pantry and those moments I will cherish. Vaya con Dios friend…i will always miss your special smile but will forever have your friendship. You were the kind of man I would hope I could be.

  14. RIP Lew. You will be greatly missed by all. You were an awesome man. You were my friend always. It’s hard to believe that you are gone.

  15. Lew you were a wonderful godfather to Sarah. She truely
    loved you. Thank you for all the horse rides, laughter; memories. We will
    miss you

  16. sorry tue hear lew is gone ,he was the kindest nicest man met him when i worked for his aunt cathren,he was always helpfull to me will miss u lew your frind always julie crockett

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