Michelle Manweiler

michelle manweiler

June 28, 1966 ~ August 17, 2020

Born in: The Dalles, OR
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Michelle Manweiler, 54, passed away August 17, 2020. Survived by husband, Kevin; sons, Joshua (Anitha) and Brenton (Calissa); grandson, Arjun; parents, Marilyn and Doug Irish; and brothers, Robert (Andrea) and Brad (Mel) Irish. She loved and enjoyed her family, friends and especially helping children. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Celebration of life, 10 a.m. Saturday September 5, 2020, at Fellowship of the Rockies, 3892 W. Northern Ave.  In lieu of flowers, donations in Michelle’s memory may be made to Sangre de Cristo Community Care: www.sangre.org/tribute-gifts/ Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com


Life Celebration: September 5, 2020 10:00 am

Fellowship of the Rockies
3892 W. Northern Ave.
Pueblo, CO 81005


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  1. Doug, Marilyn and Family, Our hearts ache for you and your family as you are going through this very difficult time. It’s hard to imagine all the memories you have accumulated over the years but I’m sure they will warm your soul as you remember. As others have said, there will come a day of gathering and “What a Day That Will Be”.

  2. Doug, Marilyn and Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this very hard time. It’s hard to imagine the pain and emptiness I’m sure you are all going through right now. But rest assured, as others have said, there will come a day of gathering and in the meantime, she will live on in your hearts and memories forever as you remember all the good times. God Bless.

  3. I known and worked with Michelle for a number of years and every time I spoke with her, she would light up with pride and joy whenever she talked about Josh and Brenton. She was so proud of you both and all you have accomplished. My heart breaks that she will not be there to witness all the future has in store for you. Just know that she would have been so proud and will be watching and guiding you from above.

  4. Our heartfelt thoughts & prayers go out to you Doug, Marilyn and family. Losing a child, no matter their age, must be one of the hardest and heartbreaking things to endure and understand. I know your strong faith will help you come to an understanding with time. We love you and are thinking of you in your grief.

  5. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you Doug & Marilyn, and to all the family. We are so very sorry at the passing of your daughter, Michelle. We did not know Michelle, but we do know the death of a loved one; especially that of a child at any age, is so very hard to bear. May all who had the pleasure of knowing Michelle be comforted knowing that others care & through enduring memories of precious times together. May God comfort you with His presence and the assurance that there is a great reunion to come when our time on this earth is done.

  6. Dear Doug and Marilyn, our hearts go out to you and your family, we are so saddened to hear of your loss. Our prayers are with you , I know God’s healing hands will be upon you all. Our love to you.

  7. We loved her energy and love for life. She will carry on that energy into the afterlife. She was such a blessing in her parents lives. She will live in spirit in all lives she has touched.

  8. I was blessed to have known Michele. She had an incredible bubbly energy around her and always made us smile. She had the most kind and giving heart. Even during her illness she was thinking of ways to help others. Love and prayers to her family.

  9. Michele and I worked together of 20 years. Even after she retired she continued to volunteer to help the students. She always spoke so highly of Kevin, Josh and Brenton. May peace be found in the arms of Jesus. <3

  10. Michelle, your laughter and smile will be sorely missed. I didn’t see you often, but when we bumped into each other you were so easy to pick up right where we left off from the previous time.

    Prayers to all the family. I know Michelle will be missed tremendously.

    Donna Batt

  11. Michelle, you leave a big hole in a lot of hearts. Your laughter, and smile, and your beautiful nails. RIP

  12. Josh, Brenton and family,
    I am just heartbroken to hear of your loss. Michelle would absolutely light up the dental office where I worked every time she walked in! It was just as if the party had started when she got there! I so enjoyed getting to know Michelle and both of you boys, you are always so much fun. Michelle’s love for you was so evident as she was so involved and carrying. I know this is a huge loss for your family and I will be praying for you in this very very difficult time. With love, Kim (your dental hygienist when you were young at Pueblo West dental)

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