Robert William Sturtevant

robert sturtevant

August 12, 1926 ~ November 4, 2020

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


August 12,1926 – November 4, 2020

The Sturtevant Family announces with great sadness and much love the passing of Robert William Sturtevant on November 4, 2020 at the age of 94 years. He will be lovingly remembered by his children: Robert Lee and his wife, Betty and John (Stu) and his wife, Sally.  His favorite pet cat, Baby, will also miss him a lot. Mr. Sturtevant was preceded by his wife Patsy Lee Sturtevant. Bob was born and raised in Pueblo, Colorado and served in the United States Navy from August 4, 1944 to June 21, 1946.  He then worked as a Craneman at the CF&I – Colorado Fuel and Iron for 36 years. Bob took pride in being a Navy veteran and working as a Craneman at the CF&I.  After work he enjoyed shooting pool and drinking beer with his buddies. He was great at telling jokes.  Bob’s passion was building street rods and working on his projects around the house.   Bob loved his cat Baby, his pickup, and his home on the St. Charles Mesa.  Bob liked to help people and was a great friend. He wished that his body be cremated at Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors Inc. Pueblo, Colorado.  Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, there will be no private viewings.

“We will always carry your memories in our hearts.  Rest in peace, Pappy.”

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  1. I knew Bob for many years, he was a genuine soul and a great friend to all who knew him. I feel privileged to have known him. Cheers Bob, Lord knows you had a good ride sir. Love and respect to the family.


  2. Uncle Bob, Aunt Betty, Chad and girls, Todd and family, my condolences go to each of you. Sorry for you loss. 🖤❤️🖤❤️

  3. To the Sturtevant Family, our thoughts and prayers out to you. Our deepest condolences to the family. May this Sailor RIP with his loved one. “Fair winds and following sea”. God’s blessings and comfort in our Lord’s arms.

  4. Bobby, Betty and family, our thoughts are with you during you time of grief and sorry. May God comfort you with his arms around you. May Mr. Sturtevant rest in peace on the golden shores of heaven. May his cat Baby find a good loving home. We thank Bob for his time in the service.
    Sincerely, Sharon and Jess (Jesus) Segura.

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