December 21, 1959 ~ June 28, 2018
Born in: Pueblo, Colorado,
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado
Rodney Stefano, 58, passed away June 28, 2018. Survived by his children, Mike, Mario, Kristie (Steve), Tony Stefano; parents, Ralph and Judy Stefano; grandson and favorite fishing buddy, Dayton Garcia; sister, Renee (Sam) Simmons; nieces, Kaylee and Jenna Simmons; and great-nephew, Blake Brown. Preceded in death by late wife, Suzanne Stefano. Rodney was born Dec. 21, 1959, in Pueblo. He was blessed with many friends. His passion was riding his Harley. He will be missed by all that knew him. We will have a final ride on Saturday, July 7, meeting 11:30 a.m. at Classic Q's, 1715 S. Prairie Ave., and ending at Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors' banquet hall, where the family will greet friends from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. for a celebration of his life. Cremation, Montgomery and Steward Crematorium. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com
We send out deepest condolences to all of the family. He was a dear friend that will be missed. May God Bless you all. Jimmy and Cheryl Olds
Ralph, Judy and family….John and I were so sorry to hear about Rodney’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. God bless!
RIP RODNEY “We will miss you.” Horse and Dawn Dawn
Rest In Peace Rod. We always remember the good times and I’ll never forget all of our times skiing with you teaching me how. And turning me on to ZZ Top from the coolest 8 track player a car could have! The love you had for your family all around, especially Uncle Sonny, our grandparents, your kids, your mom and dad, sister, grandkid, everyone. Being proud in high school of being your and Rennee’s little cousin. And you showed me how to drink a Schooner at Schooners which was just downright cool and grown up. Playing foosball and pinball for days on end. Your best Christmas gifts in the basement of cars and stuff that went fast and was cool. Eating non stop at the holidays; Italian and American! I know we hadn’t talked for over 20 years and just started again in January. What a ride cousin, love ya man. May God be with you and everyone around you forever. For God didn’t give us the Spirit to be Timid, but he gave it to us to be Strong, Loving and Self Disciplined. You were a true master.
Bob and I send our condolences to your family We will remember all of you in our daily prayers. Please know we are are thinking of you and your entire family at this most difficult time.
Ralph, Judy and Family, Our Hearts and Prayer’s go out to you all. Rodney was such a a GREAT person here on earth, and GOD must have really needed another GREAT person, to take Rodney from us her on this earth. Remember we will see Rodney and our loved ones once again when we get that call for our final resting place in GODS Kingdom! May you all find peace and strength in this difficult time! GOD BLESS!!!
We will miss you my brotha always. Mike and Lisa Santistevan
Our deepest condolences. Our “brother” Rod was a beautiful soul. His laughter filled our hearts whenever he was around. Every time he came to the house I would make him eat (lots) and he would tell me “No more Sis! You feed me too much!” Until we feast and ride again our brother…. You will be greatly missed!
Judy, Ralph and family,
We share in your sadness and send you healing prayers & comfort. Rodney will be sorely missed.
The Jenkins family
RIP Rodney! You’re riding free now my friend but I’m still going to miss you.