William "Bill" McEwan

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December 19, 1943 ~ May 23, 2021

Born in: Cincinnati, Ohio
Resided in: Pueblo West, Colorado

William “Bill” McEwan, 77, passed away May 23, 2021, in the arms of his family. Survived by his wife of 54 years, Linda McEwan; children, Victoria “Vicki” (Tom) Myers and Michael “Mike” (Angele) McEwan; grandchildren, Abby (Cooper) Snowbarger, Will Myers, Peyton McEwan, Kasey McEwan.
Bill’s priority was his family, but he always loved children and sports. He coached children of all ages in baseball, soccer, & basketball. After he retired, he volunteered at the Eastside Pueblo Boys and Girls Club and was named “Volunteer of the Year” in 2012.
A memorial celebration of life is being planned for late June. Details will be announced at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to:

Firefit Kids,
ATT: Tim Trujillo
1551 Bonforte Blvd
Pueblo, Co 81001


First Presbyterian Church Pueblo
220 W 10th St.
Pueblo, Co 81003

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  1. Linda & family, I’m saddened for you as you must take this journey on earth without the “physical body” of Bill. He was truely a gentle man & a loving soul. I remember all the fun times we had, especially all of our New Years get togethers… our crazy poker games & I bet there’s not many who have celebrated & rang in a new year by banging on pots & pans!!😂😍🤗. I am so thankful for the wonderful memories that I have. Treasure the memories & celebrate his “going home”. I’m certain that’s what Bill would want. Just think, now he’s with Ron, Steve & Andy & if there’s a golf course there, I bet they’re playing some “heavenly” golf! And, in Heaven there are NO “split checks”. I love all of you & will be praying for the peace that surpasses all understanding to comfort you!

  2. Dear Linda and family,
    It was only by chance (and a nagging feeling) that I found out about Bill’s passing. Although we haven’t connected in many years, Abe and I think about…and talk about…our times together often. Abe often tells the story about how he promoted Bill at Jerris Mounds and hired him at Maytex. I often tell the story about the week I spent with Bill…in the car…how he insisted on being home every night with you, no matter where we were…be it Oklahoma City, San Antonio or Lufkin. My throat hurt from our singing to his oldies cassettes, and my tush hurt from sitting in the car.
    Steve Feder, Phil Daleuski and Gary Senft all send their love to you, and I hope we get to talk and reminisce when you are able.
    Love always,
    Barbara and Abe Bader

  3. I am sorry for your loss. Bill’s father was my Mother’s brother and while we did not know one another personally, we have kept in touch through family ties.

  4. Aunt Linda, Vicki, Mike (and Uncle Bill) – oh my heart. How I wish I could take away some of the pain for you all. Cling to those happy memories, and we know there were a million!! Your house was always the party house – and it was Bc you and Uncle a bill brought THE FUN!!! I have the best memories of being at your home, and it being full of laughter! Always. Just the very best family, full of love and fun, and that will never change. I have thought of you all every day since hearing the news. Just another piece of our wonderful family together again up in Heaven – oh how I can’t wait to join them all one day! Love you all so so much.

    • I, too, have a lot of wonderful memories of your visits when you, Andy, and Steve would come. Even though my visit to your home in Texas was for a sad reason (when Ronnie passed), I remember how gracious you were. Thanks for your very sweet note here on Bill’s page. I’m sure he’s reading it, too!

  5. Oh Linda, I am so sorry. Bill was one of my favorites in the family. He always went out of his way to make sure everyone was having a great time at all the gatherings. Bill was truly one of the sweetest people I’ve ever known. You and Bill had such a wonderful marriage that everyone admired.
    So much love to you and the rest of the family – Lois

    • Good to hear from you, Lois. But I sure wish it were under different circumstances. Thanks for your comments. He was definitely one of the sweetest people I’ve ever known, too. I’ll miss him terribly.

  6. Linda and family,
    Words are not adequate to express how much I will miss Bill, both on and off the golf course.
    As we remember all the things that made Bill unique and special, we send our love to each of you.

    • Both of you have been such good friends to Bill and to me. Thanks for always being there when we needed somebody.

  7. I’ve only known Bill for a few years. We met on the golf course. I will always remember the first time we played and Bill was hitting his driver off the fairway. I thought what the heck is he doing. Well, he was hitting it 200 yards up the middle that’s all. I will remember Bill as a gentle gentleman. I will miss our golf outings.

  8. Dear Linda and Family, I think back to when you and Bill walked into my office in Pueblo West. Thinking what a kind and gently person Bill was and the great conversation Bill and I had about gardening. Then how our lives came together again with ALP. Bill was a first class gentle man. May memories of Bill bring peace to your hearts.

    • Thanks so much, Judy, for those memories. Bill was all that you said, and I do have peace knowing that he is no longer suffering.

  9. We are so blessed to have known such a wonderful, joyful and loving man. We are so sorry for your loss and pray for peace and comfort during this time.
    Heaven has gained a treasure.

  10. Jerry and I are saddened that Bill has passed away, and trust you’ll find the comfort and strength that only God can give…”that peace that passes all understanding.”

  11. Vic,
    My heart hurts for you. I remember your parents visiting during college. Your dad’s eyes would just radiate happiness when he was around you. You were so loved! May wonderful memories bless you with strength.

  12. Dear Linda, Vickie, Mike, and grandkids,

    Bill’s passing is a loss to you and his many friends which words cannot begin to express. We remember his upbeat personality and his matchless sense of humor. We’re grateful to have known him and you and will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

    With all our love,
    Dave and Gail.

  13. Heaven just opened the gate for one of the most caring, loving, compassionate and humorous person, my brother in law Bill. Get the ball fields and golf courses ready for the next Field of Dreams. We will miss you here but will meet again on the 18th hole.

  14. Dearest Linda and Family: So sorry for your loss, words can’t express enough my sympathy. Praying for everyone to feel the Lord’s covering and comfort during this heartbreaking period. One day you can all be together again with Bill where there will be no sadness, sickness, or death and you can continue the joyfulness of being a complete family again. God bless you all.

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