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William "Anthony" Gutierrez
January 10, 1959 ~ November 1, 2023 (age 64) 64 Years Old
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William Anthony Gutierrez, 64, a lifetime “Salt Creeker”, went home to his heavenly father on November 1, 2023 surrounded by the love of his life, Cathy and his immediate family. Anthony is preceded in death by his parents Stanley & Virginia Gutierrez, his in-laws Lorenzo & Jennie Martinez, brother-in-law Abran Guerra and his niece Sarah Gutierrez. He leaves to cherish his memory: his wife Cathy Gutierrez, sons Alex & Nathan Gutierrez, and daughters Jennifer Greenfield & Nichole Martinez. He is also survived by his grandchildren Alexandria Gutierrez, Addie Greenfield & great grandson Adrian Colby; as well as his siblings Ed (Paula) Gutierrez, Vangie Guerra and Louis Gutierrez. And of course, his beloved dog Buddy. He will be greatly missed by his large extended family and countless friends.
Anthony was born and raised in Salt Creek and was viewed by many as the historian of the area and neighborhood hype man until his end. He loved his community and was always happy to remind anyone that Pueblo grows the best chile in the world.
In his career he worked many years at the Pueblo West Golf Course, ABC Plumbing and dedicated many volunteer hours to St Joseph Parrish.
Since Anthony met Cathy he shared his love for camping and fishing with her as they spent many weekends with their daughter, niece, cousins and friends in the woods enjoying the outdoors. Many fish stories about the “big one” that got away originated on these trips.
One of Anthony’s other talents was a deep knowledge of music that led to him becoming a DJ for local parties & family events. He enjoyed all kinds of music and was often challenged to “name that tune”, and he very rarely lost that challenge.
Anthony’s life was one of hard work, an immeasurable love for his family and dedication to his Lord. He was known for his compassionate spirit, quick wit, and lively storytelling. His passing left a void in the hearts of many.
Rosary, 6p.m., Thurs. Nov. 9, 2023. Funeral Mass 10a.m Fri. Nov. 10, 2023, both at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Inurnment, Roselawn Cemetery.