January 25, 1925 ~ June 16, 2016

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

Ronald Moreschini, DDS, 91, passed away June 16, 2016, while doing what he liked best, working in his garage on one of his cars, with a wrench in his hand. Survived by his son, Dr. Richard (Laura) Moreschini; grandchildren, Charlie Paige Moreschini, Jessie Cecile Moreschini, and William Harley Moreschini; sister, Carmen Moreschini; numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his wife, Marguerite Jean Moreschini; son, Ronald BonDurant Moreschini; brothers, Victor Moreschini and Richard Moreschini. Ron was born to Dominick and Rose Moreschini in Pueblo, on Jan. 25, 1925. He was an aircraft welder and machinist at Gobatti & Sons prior to dental school. He graduated from University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Dentistry. He was a First Lieutenant in the US Army and served near the front lines as a dentist, during the Korean War. In 1949, Ron met Marguerite Jean Middelkamp in the building of his first dental office, leading to marriage in 1951. Ron's goal was to practice dentistry from graduation until he was 90; he exceeded this goal and practiced until the day he died. He cared about his family, friends, staff and patients more than they will ever know. There will be no viewing. Funeral service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 21, 2016, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Followed by military honors by Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team and interment at Roselawn Cemetery. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. Dr. Ron was as kind and gentle a man as anyone could imagine. Pueblo will be a little less of both with his passing.

  2. Dear Ricky, Sorry to hear of uncle Ron’s passing.I have very fond memories of him back in the 60’s and 70’s.End of an era for our families.Condolences to you and you’er family. God bless. Marion.

  3. So sorry to hear of Dr. Ron’s passing. He was my dentist from childhood. Rich it’s always hard to lose the last connection to your childhood. Our thoughts are with your family.

    Harry & Carol Nachtigall

  4. The sun is a little skewed today I cant see my shaddow….but I know I’ve left a mark on every road I’ve travelled….

  5. Gregg, Kieth, and Russell Caple, Chrys Benfatti
    Dr. Rick and Family. We were so saddened to here of Dr. Ron’s passing. We share the pain of your loss. May the remembrance of our youth bring joy and comfort today and forever. Love You!!

  6. He was a genius, he was the reason I became a dentist. What a man, could talk about any subject in depth. Sorry for your loss Rick he is a great memory for me. Eric Berry

  7. Our sympathy and prayers go out to your family. What a life Dr. Ron lived – doing what he loved to do and serving so many people over the years. Working with his family. With gratitude for a life well live. Rev. Dave York

  8. Dr. Ron – you were the best! You would always say, “we can fix this.” Never any pain in your dental chair. You always brought back my smile. I know you’ve had a wonderful life. I’m thankful for your dental care. You will be missed. Sylvia Brooks

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