January 14, 1964 ~ May 18, 2022

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

Robert “Rob” Tracy Constuble, age 58, passed away on May 18, 2022, after a nine-month long battle with cancer. He was in his home in Rye, Colorado, surrounded by family & friends. Rob was born in Pueblo, Colorado on January 14, 1964 to Eugene & Nellie Constuble. He spent much of his time in Pueblo County. Rob married Renee McFarlin on August 8, 1998 in Coaldale, Colorado. In 2004, he partnered with JJ Quick to start Country Quality Pest Control desiring to provide quality services throughout the Pueblo & nearby areas. Rob was dedicated to providing the best service to his customers, many of which were considered friends. He was in the pest control business for over 30 years. Rob had a passion & love for Brangus cattle. He enjoyed raising them and spent several years of his life breeding & selling them. Rob loved to share his knowledge of cattle with anyone who would listen. He will be remembered for his love of the outdoors, spending time with family & friends hunting, fishing, woodworking & building things, as well as his love for “hot rods”. Rob was a simple, honest, straight forward & caring man who was dedicated to his family.
Survivors include his wife of 23yrs. Renee; sons, Marcus (Kaylie) and Matthew Constuble; step- children, Craig McFarlin, Joshua (Kellee) McFarlin, Desma (Greg) Norris; grandchildren, Tristan Constuble, Emma, Kaila, and Hannah McFarlin; siblings, Ronald Constuble, Randy Constuble, Terri (Bill) Klamm, Bruce Constuble, Greg Constuble, Sharlene (Bill) Eckhardt; several cousins, nieces, and nephews.
Preceded in death by parents, Eugene and Nellie Constuble; brother, John Constuble; and half-sister, Yvonne Samuels.
Memorial Service will be 10 a.m., June 6th, @ Hatchet Ranch Venue, 7600 Hatchet Ranch Rd., Pueblo, CO 81004.
Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. CandleImageSorry to hear about this loss. You’ll be missed uncle Rob. You and Uncle Greg always entertained us as kids.

  2. CandleImageI am so saddened to learn of Robert’s passing. He sprayed my house for many, many years, and quickly became a good friend. He would always help me if he could with small things around my house, like he and AJ fixing my refrigerator door. He always shared pictures with me of renovating their house in Rye. He would also share pics of cars, and cattle.

    God Bless all of his family and friends.

    Traci

  3. Great Guy worked with him for several years at Terminix. We both had our separate companys after that and had a good relationship. Robert will miss you, Renee and family our thoughts are with you. Paul & Cyndi Bersagel

  4. I have had some great bosses in my life, but Rob was the best boss I ever had. He was a straight shooter, reliable, and a man of his word. He was a great craftsman, and knew how to build just about anything. The best part was Rob was always willing to share that knowledge. God Bless

  5. CandleImageGrowing up next to him. He was always the sweetest man. My brother an I learned so much from him. We are so grateful to have known him.

  6. CandleImageRobert was an amazing man with a beautiful soul. I was able to witness his true and caring friendship with his friends. Along with his great work ethic, while taking care of his costumers. He truly cared about people and it was very noticeable. Sending prayers and love to you and all of the family and friends that are grieving the loss of this wonderful man. God is close to the broken-hearted and will be always be with you. God bless you all🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻

  7. CandleImageMy wife Susan & I are so sorry to hear of Robert’s passing. We met him through his service and quickly became good friends right away. Robert asked how I heard of the business and I said process of elimination. Four other places failed to answer the phone. You picked up the phone so you were it. Over the years we’d talk about most anything but we knew he was especially proud of his house in Rye. Every time we needed Robert again he would show us photo updates as he progressed further on it. Of course he proudly talked about his grandchildren as any proud grandpa would. We will miss him dearly. Our thoughts and prayers our with the family at this most difficult time. Robert you will be missed.

  8. CandleImageHe was a good friend I Remember going up to his house when it was not finished I loved coming to my parents house and spraying bugs

  9. So sad to hear this. Rob took care of our house spraying. Such a nice guy, always enjoyed talking to him when he was there. My thoughts and prayers to his family.

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