OBITUARY

Anthony Dean Gutierrez

January 21, 1956May 2, 2019

Anthony Dean Gutierrez, 63, born Jan. 21, 1956, passed away May 2, 2019. A Rosary will be said at 9:30 am, Saturday, May 18, 2019, at St. Leander’s Catholic Church followed by Mass at 10:00 am. Online condolences can be offered at www.tgmccarthy.com

Services

  • Rosary Saturday, May 18, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, May 18, 2019

Memories

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Laura Nelsen

May 17, 2019

I worked with Anthony over the years, (from afar) in the Water Resources, Denver Office. Many of our interactions were by phone or email. But, whenever I was in the Pueblo Office, I enjoyed talking with Tony. He was always a smiling face and great person to be around; dedicated, genuine and kind. I know many of his coworkers will miss him tremendously.

shirley and mike wagner

May 17, 2019

My husband and I would see Anthony occasionally when we went to breakfast at the Southwest Grill, on Sundays. We enjoyed talking to him and could tell he was a very kind and special person. With our deepest sympathy and prayers in your loss.

Vivian Eickholt

May 17, 2019

Every time I saw Anthony he had a smile on his face and in his heart. He will always be special to me because of our shared loved for Jesus and the unborn. I'm sure he has a special place in heaven.

Janet Dash

May 16, 2019

I've been a coworker of Tony's for almost 18 years. He would bring me rocks that he found at a gage site to identify and share the great pictures he took while doing field work. He knew I especially liked the water scenes and birds. His latest was a beautiful bald eagle resting in a tree near Cucharas. Tony always said a day in the field was better than any day in the office! RIP Tony.

Carol Llewellyn

May 15, 2019

Tony and I were friends since the early 70s when he worked in the lab at SMC. I always enjoyed talking to him when we ran into each other. He was friendly and just a good guy. I was shocked to see that he passed as I didn't know he was ill. Rest in peace my dear friend. I offer my sympathy and prayers to his family.

Kimberly Whitney (nee Gretton)

May 14, 2019

I went to school with Anthony at Centennial. He was one of the few guys that were in our, mainly girls, lunch group. I remember his maroon-colored hair. When I came to one of our high school reunions, maybe our 20th, a gentleman with long gray-to-white hair and a long beard called to me. I said, "I'm sorry, I don't recognize you." Then he told me he was Anthony. I couldn't believe it! He'd always been in ROTC, so, of course, had a SHORT hair cut and, of course, NO BEARD! He was a great guy in school & later, too, when I repeatedly saw him at ACPC functions (walks for life & banquets). He will be sorely missed by many, but we WILL get to see him again! I wonder what color & length his hair will be then?

Vivian Sena

May 14, 2019

I know he will missed greatly by my mom Donna Taylor and our family. He was her neighbor and he was always there for her an my dad Dwight. Since my fathers passing she has relied on Tony for everything she needs. He always would check on her and take her to dinner. He was a great man. He is like family He will be missed immensely
Sena Family

Phillip Sena

May 14, 2019

A good man. He was like family. He will be missed..

Richard Gonzales

May 14, 2019

You will be greatly missed by my family and myself. Knowing what we have be taught all of our lives and the beliefs that we have in our hearts gives great comfort in knowing that you are With Our God Most High. Thank you for all you did for our church. It is and always will be greatly appreciated . I look forward to the day we will see each other once again. Your Brother In Christ Richard Gonzales.

Sophie Ruskin

May 14, 2019

What a wonderful caring person Anthony was. So busy helping people. Loved his catholic faith and would come in to my store and check on me and the store. You would miss him when you didn’t see him in a while. He would pop up and let you know he had been busy and he stop by with his side kick, his dog, I would always call her Daisy. I will miss your drop by visits Anthony thank you for being such a supportive loving friend . You are in the loving hands of our God. YOU MADE IT Sophie Ruskin

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY