January 13, 1960 ~ December 24, 2020

Born in: Pueblo, Colorado
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Service for Michael Medonich

Michael Paul Medonich, 60, passed away Dec. 24, 2020. Survived by sister, Kathy (Joe) Baranowski. Preceded in death by parents, Jack and Josephine Medonich; and brother, John Mark Medonich. Mike was born on January 13, 1960, in Pueblo and was an automotive key technician for Perfect Key. He enjoyed cooking, fishing and his furry cat friends. Special thank you to Gene Stanko and Mercado Motors. Due to COVID restrictions, private family service with livestream at 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 31, on his obituary page at www.MontgomerySteward.com  Memorials may be made to Sangre de Cristo Hospice, 1207 Pueblo Blvd. Way, Pueblo, CO  81005

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  1. CandleImageEnjoy the clouds and sunsets in Heaven. All cats go to Heaven. I’m told BBQ is popular in Heaven too. Enjoy!😇

  2. Michael was a great neighbor and wonderful friend, a thoughtful nice man whose life was taken much too soon. RIP God bless your soul. You are now in a better place. The pain has ended. Forever.

  3. CandleImageMike was a great guy, I’ve known Mike for many many years. Mike had a wonderful disposition & was always sincere in everything he did. Spent many a time over on Joliet with Mike & Johnny. Seeing Mike over at Joe Tomato’s is where I frequently ran into him. First thing Mike would always ask me when I saw him was, “How’s Karla? I will miss seeing Mike around & will always remember how he made me laugh. Until we meet again, 🙁
    May God rest his beautiful soul & may he rest in peace forever. Amen

  4. Mike you were a good man, a good soul, a good friend and a good brother. One day you didn’t have a care in the world and the next you are told you have an aggressive form of cancer. There is no way to understand why you except in faith and I have faith that you have not left us. We will remember you and you will touch us at moments when we’re least expecting it but also at times when we know exactly what we would say to you – like when the Browns eventually beat the Broncos in an AFC championship. I’ll be talking to you brother. I would also like to say how grateful I am that you had a friend like Gene and to thank him for being there for you and for Kathy over these past weeks. You can tell a lot about someone by their friends and through your friends everyone can see you made this a better world.

  5. Michael is a great friend and a good man. I will always remember his smile and positive outlook towards life now matter what the situation was. We are friends from high school and will meet again on a bright new day !

  6. Our sincere condolences to the family. Mike was a friend that will be missed! Rest In Peace
    Dan and Caroline Fresquez

  7. My sincere condolences to the Medonich family. I had the pleasure of being friends with Mike. We had a lot of fun together as young adults, and I have always considered him a good friend. Several of his friends, cousins, and I would often refer to Mike affectionately as “Med.” He was truly kind-hearted, fun, and cool. I am sure he will be missed.
    Rest in peace “Med.”

    Mike Siegel

  8. CandleImageMike, your friendship was such a blessing to my dad, Eugene Stanko. You two shared memories only friends can dream of knowing each other as long as you did. May you rest in the sweetest peace.

  9. Mike you were truly a awesome person. You were always able to make a person feel good and always made people around you smile. May God bless and be with your family .

  10. CandleImageYou will be missed my friend. Sunday mornings will never be the same at our favorite laundry place. May you rest in peace.

  11. To my friend Mike, miss you my friend. It was fun hanging out with you at our class reunion and all the times in high school with the all of us friends…God bless my friend…Termite” Richard Romero..

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