February 22, 1993 ~ September 6, 2021

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

Matthew Harvey Dean Niccoli, 28, went on a super cool Treasure Hunt with Jesus on September 6, 2021.  Survived by his Parents, Douglas and Cheri Niccoli; Fiancé, Sheena Cordova; Siblings, Justin (Christine), Samuel, Noah (Ivana), Buddie and Connor (Abby); Nephews, Giovanni and Luca; Four Legged Children, Chubby and Mammas; Future Son in Law, Alan Fernandez; Grandparents, Tom and Mary Ann; Aunts and Uncles, Troy (Ann), Bruce (Roberta), Nicole (Jeff) Montgomery, Jason (Denise), Herman Catron, Patricia Taylor, James (Sandy) McClure, Tom (Debbie) McClure, Melody McClure, Dan McClure, Velvet (Robert) Serena; Numerous cousins and countless friends.  Preceded in death by Grandparents, James and Mary McClure; Special Uncle, John McClure; Aunts and Uncles, Grace (Dave) Faix, Mary Catron, Michael Taylor, Robert Mellon, Darlene (Karl) Hoyt and Brian Niccoli; Cousins, Patrick and Thomas McClure and Chrissy Jordan.  Matthew was born to Douglas and Cheri on February 22, 1993, in Pueblo and graduated from Goal Academy in 2010.  Matt recently worked for McCarthy Solar Plant.  Before that he was at the Chemical Depot, Center for Disabilities, Aerotek, Haliburton, Vestas, Rocla, Wal-mart, a Freelance Piercer and Boone Guest Homes.  Matthew enjoyed loving his fiancé Sheena and her son Alan. His little brother Sammy was his best friend and Twin and he loved watching Sammy’s progress and cheering him on.  His greatest joy was his nephews and he loved playing with them and spoiling them. He was always ready for a game of family football, spending time with his brothers and his huge family, camping, riding his motorcycle and getting Tatted (very proud of each of them).  He was always ready to help at the ranch, enjoyed spending time with friends that became family, cooking for those he loved; especially when he was experimenting with new dishes (he desired to be a chef).  Matt has been playing cards with his momma from the time he was real little, he loved playing Nertz and other games that he thought he could beat her at.   He was always creating new designs for his Hooligan Brand and loved his Bullies.  He enjoyed spending time at 7th Street Station, piercing, listening to music, enjoying the outdoors, snowboarding, peddle biking, socializing and always ready to watch a good movie and binge watching series on Netflix.  Matt was the co-creator, President and member of the Hooligans and a member of Low Town Bullies.

Viewing in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel, Wednesday September 15, 2021 from 2:00pm to 5:00 pm, family viewing 5:00pm to 7:00pm.  Cremation to follow viewing.  Celebration of Life at 10:00am on Thursday September 16, 2021 at Praise Assembly of God on 2000 Troy Ave with the Pastors Kenn Musselwhite and Jim Urie officiating.  Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

Services

Viewing: September 15, 2021 2:00 pm - September 15, 2021 7:00 pm

Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel
1317 N. Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003

719-542-1552
http://www.montgomerysteward.com

Memorial Service: September 16, 2021 10:00 am

Praise Assembly of God
2000 Troy Avenue
Pueblo, CO 81001

719-544-9686

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  1. CandleImageDoug and Cheri,
    We are so sorry for your loss of Matthew. We pray that your memories of your precious son will bring you comfort.
    Gary and Jacki Cunningham

  2. CandleImageMatt. I wish we could have had more memories brother. You’re so very missed. I hope you visit me in my dreams and I’m so sorry that it had been way too long since we took a shot together. Give Stacy a hug for me and please try to beat her at a game of pool. Ride on bro. We love you. ❤

  3. CandleImageWe weren’t real close friends. It never stopped you from hugging me every time I saw you, laughing at me, and making me laugh. Your smile is infectious. Thank you for always making me feel like I belonged. You will be missed.

  4. CandleImageMatthew Harvey Dean, You were a big part of my life. Ill never forget the day I met you when I was 19 you were 18 we were just kids. You were in my life for many years and you truly made me who I am today. You gave me so many memories I can not even count. You gave me my love of tattoos, piercings and of course my love for you. My heart goes out to your family and to Sheena. I am truly sorry for your loss.

  5. Doug and Cheri I am so sorry for your loss. I will always remember having Matthew in first grade. So kind, caring, polite and always so happy. I loved that little boy and all his brothers that followed. He was such a good big brother. I was able to talk to Matt years later and just as polite and friendly as in first grade. I pray for God’s comfort for you and your family.

  6. CandleImageMatthew I remember having you in Sunday School. You were always rambunctious and a happy child! You were always such a good big brother to all of your little brothers as they came along! Rest in Jesus’s arms!!!

  7. CandleImageMatt you were always kind and welcoming! Your smile was contagious! Thank you for loving my daughter and bringing so much joy to her! Rest well

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