OBITUARY

Anthony C. Gettler

April 15, 1924August 4, 2019

Anthony C. Gettler, “Nino” to family, went to be with the lord August 4, 2019 after 95 beautiful years on this earth.

He is preceded in death by his wife Virginia, parents Charles and Flora Gettler, sister, Patricia Rosales. He is survived by his siblings Stella, Charles, and Rosella, children Michelle, Tess (Pam), Charlie, and Anthony (Johanna), Grandchildren Danielle, Ryan, Neal, Francesca, Dustin, Nicole, and Patrick, 9 great-grandchildren, and special family friend, Lynda.

Special thank you to the staff at Frontier Home Hospice. Rosary 6pm Fri. August 9 and Funeral 10am Sat. August 10 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Reception to follow interment.

  • FAMILY

  • He is preceded in death by his wife Virginia,
    parents Charles and Flora Gettler,
    sister, Patricia Rosales.

    He is survived by his siblings Stella, Charles, and Rosella,
    children Michelle, Tess (Pam), Charlie, and Anthony (Johanna),
    Grandchildren Danielle, Ryan, Neal, Francesca, Dustin, Nicole, and Patrick,
    9 great-grandchildren, and special family friend, Lynda.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Mario N. Aguero
  • Sean Chavez
  • Neal Gettler
  • David L. Lambert, Jr.
  • Mike Rosales
  • J. Rosales

Services

  • Rosary Friday, August 9, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, August 10, 2019

Memories

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Carla Lucero

August 17, 2019

I can always remember Uncle Tony and Aunt Virgina always being so hospitable. Whenever my Dad (Richard Lucero) and I would come to the state fair we always stopped to visit. We would always stay for a day when my Grandparents would make their annual trip to New Mexico. Their home was always welcoming and Uncle Tony had a quiet spirit about him. I was always impressed with the beautiful yard he kept. I can remember him either leaving or coming home from the steele mill,with his large metal lunch box in hand. I often wondered what good eats were locked away in that box. I enjoyed hearing stories of family and friends spoken with him between my Dad and Grandparents. Uncle Tony had a strong love of family. As an adult I would come to Pueblo to shop every once in awhile I would run into Uncle Tony he would be buying greeting cards. We would exchange a hug get a quick update on family and say goodbye until the next time we met. I could always count on a Christmas card in the mail every year. We should all be so lucky to live a fullfilled life of 95 years as Uncle Tony he was an AMAZING man. Im sending Love and Paryers to my cousins at this time of our loss.

Jaime Kafati

August 5, 2019

Our thoughts are with the Gettler family. It is our prayer that you find comfort in the Lord’s promise to eternal life. May God bless you and console your hearts during this difficult time. Semper Fidelis,

The Kafati family

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