Steve Gilchrist

steve gilchrist

September 6, 1948 ~ June 4, 2020

Born in: Denver, Colorado
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

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Stephen “Steve” Gilchrist, 71, passed away unexpectedly on June 4, 2020. Survived by sister, Linda (Bill) Heuston; children, Regina (John) McCoy and Stephanie (Chris) Kemp; and grandchildren, Cydney, Casey, Abbie and Zoe. Steve was born to Joseph and Dorris Gilchrist on Sept. 6, 1948, in Denver, Colo. He received a Bachelor’s Degree from Oklahoma State University, worked for 30 years as a meat inspector for the USDA and trained and showed cutting horses. After retirement, he enjoyed fly fishing, golf and sports shooting. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service to be announced at a later date. Online condolences,

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  1. I am sorry for your loss of Steve…I knew Steve thru the cutting horse world & had actually bought a horse from him…

  2. I was so sorry to hear about your father’s passing. I know this is a very sad and difficult time for you. You have my very deepest sympathy.

  3. My husband and I had the privilege of getting to know Steve 4 yrs ago. Not only did I clean his home on a regular basis, we got to be very close friends. We share small trips to Fowler Co to pick up meat, lunch at the Riverside, and a lot of laughs. We will miss our talks and the time we spent together. We will cross paths again.
    Mark and Loui Frankina

  4. Together we had the most Precious and Beautiful Gift. We were both blessed with our Daughter Gina. Everyday she brings Happiness and Joy. Thank you for her. As you are looking down from Heaven you can be at peace that Gina and John have taken care of every last thing on this earth for you. Rest with the Angels.

  5. I had the privilege of knowing Steve thru the cutting horse world. I, also, bought my cutting horse, Mr.Cutter Gem from Steve. RIP Steve & prayers & condolescences to your family. Nita Anderson

  6. We have been through a lot together. I always thought I could run faster than him, beat him up instead of him beating me up, during those two months every year that we were the same age!! I’m going to miss him so much. Rest In Peace up there!!! Love you.

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