Lucille C. Lessar, 83, passed away Oct. 18, 2010. Survived by her beloved husband, Harry R. Lessar; children, Harry (Judy) Lessar, Jr. of Virginia Beach, Va., Ken Lessar and Brian (Belinda) Lessar, all of Pueblo; grandchildren, Shane Lessar, Bridgett Lessar, Joshua Lessar, Trent Lessar and Michelle Lessar; four great-grandchildren; three sisters; one brother; numerous nieces and nephews. Lucille was born Dec. 13, 1926, in Ludlow, Colo. and was a longtime Pueblo resident. Lucille married Harry on Dec. 21, 1948, in Walsenburg. Their life together was a true love story. Lucille was also a wonderful mother and nanny. Viewing from 2 to 5 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Service, 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 22, 2010, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Deacon Jake Arellano officiating. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com ******

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  1. Brain,Belinda,Josh,Trent,
    Our prayers are with you, she was special. she was a very friendly and warm person, she always made a person feel like family. Just remeber we are here for you.
    Louis&Pauine Shisler

  2. Continued from part one:
    One of my favorite memories was coming “home” to see her and Uncle Harry, and her insisting on making me something to eat, usually spaghetti. I remember sitting there watching her cook while we talked, her typically in Italian, with lots of hand gesturing. I will never forget any of my times with her, as every moment was special and treasured.
    Aunt Lucille is truly the best of us all. I always felt that when God gave us Aunt Lucille, he really had blessed us with an Angel on Earth. Be honored and feel proud if you were lucky enough to have shared part of your life with her. To the family, thank you for sharing your wife and mother with us all, we are all better people for having known her. I will miss and Love you forever.
    With love your niece,
    Bonnie Lessar, daughter of Martin and Helen Lessar
    Also from my family: Larry Johnston, and children Katrina, her husband Chris Wiese and their daughter Kayla, and my son, Bryan Schmidt.

  3. In loving memory of my Aunt Lucille, also known as my 2nd mother,
    As I look back on my memories of Aunt Lucille, the thing I will remember the most is that while growing up and even to her last breath she always loved me unconditionally. She shared her faith with me and taught me how to worship. She was always there for me, and she helped teach me to have confidence in myself to help me succeed in life.
    She accepted me for myself, and never asked me to change or be someone that I wasn’t. I could always talk to her about anything and she was one of my dearest confidants. She always comforted me when my life was troubling and she always welcomed me to her with an open heart, lots of trust and unconditional love. She never thought badly of me. She helped me to see the difficult days as a step to something better. Because of Aunt Lucille, I knew I was never alone. Continued in part two: Bonnie Lessar

  4. Very Sorry about your loss. May God Bless and watch over you all! From, Gerald and Kim Niccoli and the Niccoli family, in Trinidad.

  5. Brian,

    We are sorry to hear of your mother’s passing.

    Our condolences to you, Belinda,Josh and Trent.

    Steve, Lisa, Alexandria and Ryan Clough

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