Renee A. Cordova-Maes, 42, of Pueblo, passed away Feb. 22, 2014. She was born Sept. 28, 1971, in Leadville, Colo. Survived by her parents, Jose and Lorraine Cordova; brother, Michael Cordova; son, Alexander Noah Maes; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family, and many friends. Renee worked in finance, banking, and accounting. She enjoyed baking, cooking, and caring for others. Above all, she loved spending time with her son, family, and friends. She was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Visitation, 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, Feb. 28, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Recitation of the Rosary, 10:15 a.m., followed by Mass at 11 a.m., Saturday, March 1, St. Joseph Catholic Church in Blende.

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  1. i am sorry for your loss of Renee.
    Although I did not know her personally, the beautiful words that others have written about her, shows that she was a very kind and loving person.
    The pain of losing a person as loved as she was, can be overwhelming.

    Our heavenly Father promises us that very soon he will ‘swallow up death forever, and wipe the tears from all faces’ Isaiah 25:8.

    What a wonderful future hope that is.

    There is much Bible based comfort to be found on the website

  2. So sorry to hear this news. On behalf of my sisters, Janice and Linda Hitcher, We pray that you find peace and comfort in the days to come and that memories ease the pain thru the years.

  3. I had the pleasure of working with Renee and also was a customer when she worked for the credit union. She always had time for a smile and a hello how are you doing where ever you saw her. She and her son are in our prayers

  4. Renee you will be missed. You were a warm, happy person. My heart goes out to your family and son Alex. Rest in peace.

  5. Our condolences to all that loved Renee, May God Bless You and we will keep you in our prayers. She was such a beautiful person.

  6. We are so very sorry for your loss. Renee was always so kind and friendly. She gave us a hug each time she saw us and always had a smile. She will be missed and our prayers are with all of you.

  7. Renee was a darling positive person who had a heart of gold –I am so glad she got out of Lake County and back to her family in Pueblo–god bless you sweetie !!!!!

  8. Renee was a Ray of Sunshine on this Earth! She made me laugh and I know God has plans for her in Heaven! I miss you very much! I Talked to her two days before she passed. We Laughed for 20 minutes. The World was a better place with her in it and now Heaven has another Angel who is not in Pain or Suffering any longer. You will Always be tucked away in my Heart. May you Rest In Peace. Your Florida Friend Will

  9. It was a privilege to have known Renee. We were classmates at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville. She was a good friend and a great inspiration. She loved to laugh, as she brought great joy to me and Chico during the time we spent together. She was a wonderful person. We will cherish the memories of Renee forever.

  10. Talk about someone who had a heart
    of gold, I truly believe heaven got a special Angel. Renee was a wonderful friend, no matter where
    I seen her she was either talking to someone or helping someone out and if she
    did not get a chance to speak with you she would make a gesture or share her
    special smile… Renee was a great Mom
    as the many times we came in contact was when she was with her son at the
    swimming pool or out and about. Matthew
    and I will miss her as she was beautiful person from heart to soul, Renee will
    be sorely missed in the Leadville community.
    My prayers and condolences go out to her Mom, Dad, Brother and Son and all
    the other people she touched. I also apologize
    we will not make it to her celebration of life, but please know she is in our
    thoughts and will never be forgotten.

    God Bless Matthew and Annette Mascarenaz & Family

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