Sharlie Dawn Piserchio

August 13, 1958May 4, 2021

Sharlie Dawn Piserchio, 62, passed away May 4 2021 in Pueblo, Colorado. She was born in Pueblo to Philip and Caroline Piserchio. Sharlie graduated from East High School. Sharlie is survived by her sister Catherine Piserchio, nephew Preston (Zoë) Gomez, niece Holly Fairbairn, Brendan (Kaila) Ferrendelli, Michaella Fairbairn, niece Cynthia (Saul) Mendoza, Corey (Mark) Espinoza, Jett Espinoza, Nicole Mendoza, niece Cassandra Kus, Elijah Kus, Elyssa Kus, Zander Kus, nephew Matthew (Monique) Woods, Sirius Woods, dear friend Christy, and many other friends and family. She was preceded in death by her parents Philip and Caroline Piserchio, brother Loren Piserchio, sister Wendy Piserchio, and nephew Christopher Piserchio. A memorial service will be held Saturday May 15, 2021 at 2pm at TG McCarthy Funeral Home.


  • Preston Gomez, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Brendan Ferrendelli, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Zoë Casarez, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Michaella Fairbairn, Honorary Pallbearer


  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, May 15, 2021


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Mary Alice Bartunek

May 16, 2021

Shar was one of the first people
I met when I moved to Pueblo. Caroline and Shar were in the news stand. Always so happy to say Hi and offer me popcorn. Shar had a beautiful spirit and loving attitude.
She will be dancing in heaven
with Caroline and her Dad.
My condolences to the family
Shar will inherent the wealth of a wonderful life.

Jane Christine "Christy" Furman

May 15, 2021

Sharlie was a student in my art class in 1976 at East High School. She was having a "Girl Fight" with a cousin I think in the art storage room. We worked everything out and became friends for the next forty-five years. My pillows are embroidered by Sharlie and kitchen tea towels, too. We'd go to movies and out to lunch and shopping. One of the most wonderful things about Sharlie was that she cared more about everybody else and their family than she did herself. She always asked about my daughters and my family. No holiday was complete without a call to or from Sharlie. We called each other "Sis" and I loved her. I will never forget Sweet Sharlie.

David Robinson

May 13, 2021

Blessings to your life, Sharlie. I remember the neighborhood and playing as young kids on Comanche.

Lois Conatore-Houpe

May 12, 2021

I remember Sharlie with warm and wonderful memories. I had the joy and blessing of getting to know her when I ran the "College For Living" and "Citizen Advocacy" programs through then-USC and the ARC of Pueblo. This was way back in the very late 1970s and early 1980s. Sharlie was so fun and enthusiastic and very friendly and welcoming to all. She made our bowling outings and picnics and banquets and dances even more fun. She was always so proud of things she accomplished or did, and deservedly so. She was also very, very encouraging to others. Over time, I lost contact with her, but I have never forgotten her. I'm just one of so many, many more whom Sharlie touched so deeply. I am glad to have known her. She had such a wonderful spirit that will always remain in our hearts. I am sure this is a difficult loss for Sharlie's family and friends. My most sincere condolences to all. Be comforted to know that Sharlie spread her love to so many people and truly touched our hearts.

Deepest sympathy,
Lois Conatore-Houpe

Veronica Herrera

May 11, 2021

My prayers and sympathy to the Piserchio family. Shar , like the rest of the family was always so gracious and warm. May she rest in the Lord s kingdom 💜🙏🏽🌹🕯