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, age 47, a lifelong resident of Pueblo, Colo., died April 27, 2007.

He was born Feb. 22, 1960, in Pueblo, to Samuel A. and Dorothy L. Ingo.

Anthony was the co-founder and operator of Precision Pest Control. He enjoyed watching his kids and other kids on the Pueblo Mesa participate in sports and 4-H, and teaching kids about raising and properly feeding 4-H livestock projects.

He was an avid Pueblo County Hornet fan, and most importantly, he loved to watch his cattle graze at the ranch or out on pasture.

Anthony was a past member of the Pueblo County Fair 4-H board, founder of Pueblo’s Best 4-H club, and the Kick Off to Summer Jackpot Show. His other Pueblo County 4-H involvements included superintendent of the Overall Livestock and Swine division, and Beef superintendent.

He is survived by his wife, Gail L. Wallingford-Ingo; children Anthony “A.J.” Samuel Ingo Jr., Nona M. Ingo, and Austin R. Wallingford; his parents, Samuel and Dorothy Ingo; siblings Rick and wife Jerri Ingo, Sam and wife Kriste Ingo, and Beth Ingo-Rider and husband Mike Pannunzio-Williams; his parents-in-law, Robert “Two Bears”, Jann Miller and Rick Wallingford; and nieces and nephews: Gianna, Samantha, Bailey, Robyn, Tiffany and D’Arcy/Sam, Chad, Brice, Tyler, Giovanni, Lane, Tuffy, Heath, CJ, Bryon, Gage, Isaiah, and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and special friends.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Tony and “Little Bai” Bessie Ingo and “Mac” and “Grand Bum” Violet McDonald; godparents Al ad Ruthy Hinds; uncles Bob Roderick and Dick McDonald; cousin Dale Armstrong; and special friend Kenny Tamburelli.

Services were held May 2 in Pueblo. Interment followed at Roselawn Cemetery.

The Anthony Ingo Scholarship Fund has been created in honor of Anthony and his efforts on behalf of 4-H. Donations to that fund may be mailed to: Sunflower Bank, 1701 South Sante Fe, Pueblo, Colo., 81006. For more details, please call Jackie Bottini at (719) 240-0443.

Friends may send online condolences at MontgomerySteward.com.

, age 74, a longtime resident of Elbert, Colo., died May 6, 2007, in Parker, Colo.

She was born in Dodge City, Kan., to Carl and Elsie Ward on Oct. 30, 1932. The family moved to Elbert in 1945, where Carleen remained the rest of her life.

She married Bryce Gresham on July 26, 1950. Carleen and Bryce farmed and ranched west of Elbert, and they were blessed with two sons, Danny and David. Carleen loved her family very much, especially her grandchildren, and spent countless hours on bleachers watching their sporting events. Her pride and joy was the recent addition to her family of her great-grandson.

Carleen worked for Elbert School District #200 for 30 years as Secretary to the Board of Education. Through the years, Carleen was active in the Elbert County Republican Party, Colorado State Republican Women, and a member of the Elbert Christian Church.

She loved to travel and enjoyed annual reunions with her many first cousins, sightseeing and visiting. She loved to dance and play cards. Planning the redecorating of her home, and landscaping of her yard provided many hours of enjoyment. She actually enjoyed remodeling and wasn’t quite finished with all her projects. She loved lunching and shopping with friends and was a true social butterfly.

Carleen is survived by her husband Bryce; son Danny and wife Kim; granddaughter Amanda and husband Andrew Chodera of Castle Rock, Colo., and grandson Russell Gresham and future wife Kristina Oldenburg, both of Falcon, Colo.; and one great-grandchild, Roland Chodera. She is also survived by a sister, Jackie and husband Larry Duran of Scottsdale, Ariz.; sister-in-law Marjorie and husband Richard Cole of Colorado Springs, Colo.; and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents and her son, David.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the Elbert Christian Church, PO Box 37, Elbert, Colo., 80106; or the Elbert Cemetery in care of Don Cole, PO Box 151, Elbert, Colo., 80106.