July 20, 1924 ~ October 29, 2020

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

Peter Angelo Dell, 96, passed away Oct. 29, 2020. Survived by wife of 75 years, Virginia Mae Dell; children, Michael Angelo Dell, Anthony Paul Dell and Virginia “Ginger” Mae (Douglas) Veltri; grandchildren, Lauren Dell, Matthew John (Brianna) Dell, Angela (Vincent) Malara, Francis (Jami) Blackford, John (Ashley) Blackford, Dell (Rachel) Veltri and Virginia Mae Veltri; great-grandchildren, Anthony John Dell, Nico James Dell, Braeli Blackford, Owen Blackford and Presley Blackford, Dell Veltri and Audrey Rose Veltri. Preceded in death by parents, Angelo Peter and Eileen R. (Cola) Dell; son, John Peter Dell; and granddaughter, Ava Lynn Dell. Peter was born July 20, 1924, in Pueblo, Colo., owned his own CPA firm and was past president of the CPA Board. There will be no visitation or public services. Private family interment, Roselawn Cemetery. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. CandleImageTo the entire family of my Uncle Pete, my heart aches with you and for you. Time passed does not diminish my loving memories of Peter. My prayers and condolences to all my cousins, and my Aunt Virginia.

  2. Virginia and family
    We were all so sorry to hear of Peter’s death. He was such a nice man. We enjoyed visiting with
    you when we came to Pueblo. Peter and Colman were cousins and the family resemblance is very clear especially in their later years.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Love,
    Martha and family.

  3. My professional association with Pete was very congenial and rewarding, we had a lot of interaction and pleasant idea exchange. We respected each other’s professionalism. Our prayers are with Virginia and the family.

  4. Prayers for Peter’s loved ones to greet him and help in his transition into heaven. May God hold you all near. Peter was such a kind, sweet man. He will be sorely missed.

  5. Mrs Dell and family, Our deepest sympathy to you in the loss of Mr Dell. I enjoyed his friendship and time spent with both Mr and Mrs Dell. We enjoyed our travels as we ran our errands together.
    Thoughts and prayers to Mrs Dell.
    Loney and Beverly Cordova

  6. Ginger,Doug and Dell Family. Maureen and I send our condolences. As a young teenager I will always remember him treating me with respect.God Bless you all.

  7. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time. Mr. Dell and John have have finally been reunited after all of these years. Surely, a glorious celebration! Our families will forever have a bond.
    May God bless your family.

    Ron and Rich Pike

  8. We were deeply saddened to hear of Peter’s passing. Just as you were blessed to have Pete as a husband and father, Pete was graced to have you as wife, daughter and sons. There should be no question that Johnny was waiting with St. Peter to welcome Pete into Heaven
    Sincerely,
    Billy and Kathy Vail

  9. We were saddened to learn of Peter’s passing. We know you are thankful to have had Pete as a husband and father, just as Pete was graced to have had you as wife, daughter and sons. No doubt that Johnny was waiting with St. Peter to welcome Pete into Heaven.
    Billy and Kathy Vail

  10. CandleImageMy deep condolences at Peter’s passing. May the void be filled with warm memories, smiles, laughter and a sense of peace.

  11. So very sorry to hear of the loss of Peter. I had the honor to work for him in the middle 80’s. Tony and Ginger also worked at the office. I enjoyed working there.

    I remember when Pete would take all of the office staff to the Pioneer for lunch!! And great Christmas celebrations at “Nic’s”.

    God Bless you all!

  12. My deepest condolences and love reaches out to Mrs. Dell, Ginger and family, and all members of the wonderful Dell Family. Our family’s connection goes back at least 100 years, to the childhood friendship between Mr. Dell’s mother, Eileen, and my daddy Mike “Tudor, ” in the “old neighborhood.” It was that connection that led to the friendship that Ginger and I have shared since students at Central High. As Ginger and Doug’s kids followed in the tradition of attending Central, where I taught for almost 35 years, I often got to see and visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dell at school activities and events. What wonderful, fun, friendly people! I loved seeing them and sharing stories and such. Mr. Dell was a very nice, very kind, very intelligent man and I am honored to have known him and his family. It will be a huge void that will never, ever be filled, but he leaves behind a family that he truly lived for and treasured and that brought him so much joy! Celebrate his long, happy, love-filled, prosperous life! Again, my most sincere sympathy to all.

    Respectfully,
    Lois Conatore-Houpe

  13. Dear Virginia, Michael, Tony, Ginger, and family, I am so sorry to hear of your husband‘s and father‘s passing. My most heartfelt condolences are with you at this time.
    Kathy (Saich) Wicklund

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