Michael J. Darcy

michael darcy

December 15, 1941 ~ December 4, 2019

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

Michael J. Darcy, 77, passed away Dec. 4, 2019. Survived by his sister, Patricia Lawless; special friend, Donna Perko-Mulay; ex-wife, Teri Darcy; and nephews and nieces, Jim, Steve, Rose, Carrie, Elizabeth, Dan, Tom and David. Preceded in death by parents; brother, Tom Darcy; and brother-in-law, Al Lawless. Michael was born to Tom and Rose Darcy on Dec. 15, 1941, in Pueblo, Colo. Mike was a Vietnam Veteran and served in the Air Force from 1965 to 1968. For years he helped with sales and mechanics for the family business Silver State Trailers. For nearly 20 years, Mike was the Maintenance Supervisor at St. Mary-Corwin Hospital. He then enjoyed working part-time as a school bus driver/attendant for School District #60. Mike loved spending time with family and friends. In his free time he enjoyed playing cards and games, going to musicals and plays and gathering with high school friends. Mike was an all around Handy-Man. He could fix anything and was willing to help anyone at anytime. Mike always loved telling jokes and his laughter was contagious. He was a member of Eagles #145 and Elks Club. He was also the Ambassador at The Regent Retirement Community. Rosary followed by Mass, 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019, at Our Lady of the Meadows, 23 Starling Drive, Pueblo, Colo. Military honors and interment, Roselawn Cemetery. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com


Rosary: December 10, 2019 9:30 am

Our Lady of the Meadows
23 Starling Drive
Pueblo, CO 81005


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  1. Billy Melonas
    March 26, 2020

    I was unaware until today that Mike had passed away. I met Mike over 30 years ago when I started to work at SMCH. He and I became good friends. He, some other acquaintances from work and I would occasionally go out for breakfast. We had a great time. He was a special person with his personality and the way he always greeted you when you called him by phone. My condolences for his best friend, Donna and family.

  2. Please accept our sincere love and sympathy in the passing of your loved one. May God’s peace, strength and encouragement be with you in a special way now and in time to come.
    Mike was a good man, may he safely rest in peace.

    With loving thoughts and prayers,

    Verne and Nancy Luellen (friends of Donna Perko Mulay)
    Harlingen, Texas

  3. Mike was always one of my favorite cousins. He always had a smile on his face and I loved his laugh! Love you, Mike!

  4. Mike Darcy was one of the most genuine men I have ever known. Kindness, compassion and humor were his mantras. My Aunt Detty and I spent many fun with them–Big Tom, Rosanna, Pat and Little Tom. An exemplary family for any young person to emulate. God bless you, Mike.
    Sincerely, Sandra L. Fitzgerald

    • I met Detty on a trip to Bermuda in the seventies. Her last name was Darcy at the time. She was from Ohio then. I suspect her surname has changed – can you give me her current name? I would love to contact her, possibly through Facebook.

  5. Mike was one of the most genuine men I’ve ever known. Goodness was his middle name. I have many
    fond memories of Mike, Pat, Little Tom, Rosanna, and big Tom. They were an exemplary family for any young person, such as myself, to emulate. My deepest sympathies to the Darcy family and would love to see them again.
    Sandra Fitzgerald

  6. Mike, I will always cherish your friendship. Together with Donna and some of our other classmates, you helped me get through a divorce and other difficult times. May you Rest In Peace! Looking forward to all of us being together for a heavenly reunion ❤️

  7. Mike and I went to st. Pats grade school together and I’ve seen him off and on over the years. He was always so friendly as we commiserated over our early years. So glad he and Donna became such good friends and I send my condolences to her.

  8. I worked with Mike in SMCs Maintenance dept. I was the secretary and Mike worked the afternoon shift. Mike was the nicest, most humble and considerate man I ever worked with! I had nothing but admiration for him. He was a great handyman and could fix anything. I enjoyed conversations with Mike for he had a wonderful earful sense of humor and a good demeanor. I will sure miss him. My sympathy to Donna and all of his family. Rest in peace dear Mike!

  9. Mike, I am glad to have known you when you were married to Teri. Your smiling face and positive attitude always brightened up any occasion. I know you will be missed by many. Rest in peace. Love, Your sister-in-law, Maria

  10. I’m so glad I got to spend some time with you once again, Mike. And I’m glad I got to see your wonderful family again, and see Ralph and Sharon again, and meet Donna and your other friends. And I’m glad you are at peace now. Teri

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