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Clyde Donald Pacheco, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Thursday, October 9, 2008, at his home in Austin. He was ninety-three years of age.

Clyde Donald Pacheco was born to Abe Pacheco and Kitty Wahl on September 23, 1915, in Hotchkiss, Colorado. He spent his childhood in Hotchkiss, Colorado, and graduated from High School there in 1936.

On September 20, 1968, Clyde married Zee Bright in Hotchkiss, Colorado. Clyde and Zee celebrated over forty years of love and marriage together this year. Zee survives.

Clyde was a coal miner for twenty-seven years. He was a member of the United Mine Workers of America for seventy years. He was also a member of the Paonia Assembly of God. His interests included woodworking, fishing, traveling, and he loved to go dancing. Most importantly, Clyde loved his family and he enjoyed the trips he made with his wife for the winters.

Clyde is survived by his loving wife, Zee Pacheco of Austin, CO; two daughters, Gwendolyn Addington and her husband Ron of Peoria, AZ; and Sharon Maynes and her husband Rex of Grand Junction, CO; two step children, Ron Hanks of Hotchkiss, CO; and Constance Harrison of Texas; and one sister, Hazel Branom of Grand Junction, CO. Clyde is further survived by four grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and three great great-grandchildren.

Clyde was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Harry and Tom Phillips; and three sisters: Margaret Dove, Mary Dove and Lilly Flynn.

Clyde Donald Pacheco, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Thursday, October 9, 2008, at his home in Austin. He was ninety-three years of age.

Clyde Donald Pacheco was born to Abe Pacheco and Kitty Wahl on September 23, 1915, in Hotchkiss, Colorado. He spent his childhood in Hotchkiss, Colorado, and graduated from High School there in 1936.

On September 20, 1968, Clyde married Zee Bright in Hotchkiss, Colorado. Clyde and Zee celebrated over forty years of love and marriage together this year. Zee survives.

Clyde was a coal miner for twenty-seven years. He was a member of the United Mine Workers of America for seventy years. He was also a member of the Paonia Assembly of God. His interests included woodworking, fishing, traveling, and he loved to go dancing. Most importantly, Clyde loved his family and he enjoyed the trips he made with his wife for the winters.

Clyde is survived by his loving wife, Zee Pacheco of Austin, CO; two daughters, Gwendolyn Addington and her husband Ron of Peoria, AZ; and Sharon Maynes and her husband Rex of Grand Junction, CO; two step children, Ron Hanks of Hotchkiss, CO; and Constance Harrison of Texas; and one sister, Hazel Branom of Grand Junction, CO. Clyde is further survived by four grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and three great great-grandchildren.

Clyde was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Harry and Tom Phillips; and three sisters: Margaret Dove, Mary Dove and Lilly Flynn.

Clyde Donald Pacheco, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Thursday, October 9, 2008, at his home in Austin. He was ninety-three years of age.

Clyde Donald Pacheco was born to Abe Pacheco and Kitty Wahl on September 23, 1915, in Hotchkiss, Colorado. He spent his childhood in Hotchkiss, Colorado, and graduated from High School there in 1936.

On September 20, 1968, Clyde married Zee Bright in Hotchkiss, Colorado. Clyde and Zee celebrated over forty years of love and marriage together this year. Zee survives.

Clyde was a coal miner for twenty-seven years. He was a member of the United Mine Workers of America for seventy years. He was also a member of the Paonia Assembly of God. His interests included woodworking, fishing, traveling, and he loved to go dancing. Most importantly, Clyde loved his family and he enjoyed the trips he made with his wife for the winters.

Clyde is survived by his loving wife, Zee Pacheco of Austin, CO; two daughters, Gwendolyn Addington and her husband Ron of Peoria, AZ; and Sharon Maynes and her husband Rex of Grand Junction, CO; two step children, Ron Hanks of Hotchkiss, CO; and Constance Harrison of Texas; and one sister, Hazel Branom of Grand Junction, CO. Clyde is further survived by four grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and three great great-grandchildren.

Clyde was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Harry and Tom Phillips; and three sisters: Margaret Dove, Mary Dove and Lilly Flynn.

Clyde Donald Pacheco, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Thursday, October 9, 2008, at his home in Austin. He was ninety-three years of age.

Clyde Donald Pacheco was born to Abe Pacheco and Kitty Wahl on September 23, 1915, in Hotchkiss, Colorado. He spent his childhood in Hotchkiss, Colorado, and graduated from High School there in 1936.

On September 20, 1968, Clyde married Zee Bright in Hotchkiss, Colorado. Clyde and Zee celebrated over forty years of love and marriage together this year. Zee survives.

Clyde was a coal miner for twenty-seven years. He was a member of the United Mine Workers of America for seventy years. He was also a member of the Paonia Assembly of God. His interests included woodworking, fishing, traveling, and he loved to go dancing. Most importantly, Clyde loved his family and he enjoyed the trips he made with his wife for the winters.

Clyde is survived by his loving wife, Zee Pacheco of Austin, CO; two daughters, Gwendolyn Addington and her husband Ron of Peoria, AZ; and Sharon Maynes and her husband Rex of Grand Junction, CO; two step children, Ron Hanks of Hotchkiss, CO; and Constance Harrison of Texas; and one sister, Hazel Branom of Grand Junction, CO. Clyde is further survived by four grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and three great great-grandchildren.

Clyde was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Harry and Tom Phillips; and three sisters: Margaret Dove, Mary Dove and Lilly Flynn.


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