Mario A. Aguilera, Sr., born June 13, 1934, in Chile. Passed away on July 12, 2016. Beloved husband to Eliana Aguilera for nearly 60 years; father to Mario Jr. (Beatriz), Mauricio (Sussy), Enzo (Karen) and Marcelo (Kim); grandfather to Kena, Esly, Audrey, Jeremy and Antonio. Mario retired from Johnson Electric of Pueblo, was a founding member of Pueblo Rangers Soccer Club, held a U.S. National Soccer Coaching License and retired as a volunteer from the Pueblo Regional Library and Dorcy Cancer Center. The family extends a special thank you to Frontier Hospice, loving family members and caring friends and neighbors. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Celebration of life, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, July 23, 2016, in the Montgomery & Steward Reception Hall. In lieu of flowers or gifts, please donate to cancer research. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Os dejo mis condolencias m�s profundas en respeto del fallecimiento de Don Mario Aguilera. Fuimos vecinos en Pueblo durante mi ni�ez y juventud. He vivido con mi familia en el otro lado de donde vosotros os vivido durante los 70 y los 80. Mis hermanos y yo fuimos amigos de Marcelo, Mario ll, Enzo y Mauricio. Perd�na me por mi retraso en saludar os. Es por el motivo que vivo en Madrid, Espa�a desdedesdy hace muchos a�os y por eso me enter� de los hechos de su fallecimiento hoy. Otra vez, os doy mis deseos y condolencias m�s sinceras. Saludos cordiales, Ricardo Minet de Araoz

  2. We are so sorry for your loss. Mr. Aguilera was always a gentleman and treasured friend at La Renaissance. I feel fortunate to have known him. Our thoughts are with you.

  3. Dear Iliana and family. It is with deep sadness we share your sorrow. We are not in Pueblo at this time but we are there in love and prayer. John and I will always remember how Mario and your family shared your love and support with my parents upon their arrival. May God keep and bless all of you with peace and rememberance. John and Flora Lenhart

  4. On behalf of the League of Women Voters of Pueblo, I would like to express our sympathy to the Aguilera family, especially to Mario, who has been so helpful to us. I understand this is a difficult time, and please know that you are in our hearts and prayers.

  5. Eliana and family. Sorry to hear about your loss. I will pray for all of you. Your friend-Vito Maurello

  6. Mario and his loving wife, Eliana, have been my friends for almost 40 years. We had fun times going to the Nuggets basketball games in Denver and enjoyed some good meals with a nice bottle of wine . He never forgot me when I moved away and I always looked forward to his phone calls. I remember him as an intelligent, fun loving man who was fiercely proud of being a U.S. citizen…celebrating his arrival here each Sept. He was quick to help those in need and a dedicated swimmer and devoted soccer fan, who was very proud of his family. A man can ask for no better friend than, Mario. I will miss you, my friend. My heart is with your sweet wife and children. You will not be forgotten. Ken Ward

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