Mary Lee Konty

date of birth December 25 1944

date of death February 8 2014

 

Mary Lee (Sabo) Konty, 69, passed away on February 8th, 2014 at her home in Tigard, OR following a lengthy illness.  She was a Pueblo resident for fifty-six years.  She was preceded in death by her parents, Jim and Lee Sabo; her step-son, Marty Konty; and her brother-in-law, Phil Konty.  

Mary Lee is survived by her husband, Larry Konty of the family home and by her two sons:  Brent (Kristine) Ford and their twin daughters, Lindsey and Chelsey of Coon Rapids, MN; and Bart (Marilyn) Ford and their children, Tyler and Brooke of Sherwood, OR.  

She is also survived by her step children:  Mark (Melissa) Konty and their sons, Jackson and Trevor of Georgetown, IN; Desiree (Brandon) Harris and their children Colin, Hanna, and Tyner of Fort Worth, TX; and Kevin (Kymberly) Konty and their children, Clyde and Stella of Brooklyn, NY; and her sisters- and brothers-in-law, cousins, nieces, nephews, a lifetime of friends, and her special friend, Jacki Carothers of Pueblo. 
Cremation and interment have taken place in Oregon.  Donations can be made to Immaculate Conception Mission, c/o San Juan Catholic Community, PO Box 590, Monte Vista, CO 81144. 

21 tribute candles have been lit

Candle lit by Staff at Crown Memorial Center Our sincere condolences.

Candle lit by ML, I love you so much. Larry

Candle lit by Patricia Aragon Reyes Dear Larry and Family, Sending my prayers and condolences to all of you. Will always remember Mary Lee and our days at the St. Scholastica Academy; we stayed in touch for a few years after, then just through our other classmates. And Larry, I remember our growing up in Canon City and St. Mike's, then was happy to hear that Mary Lee and you were married. May you feel the love and mercy of Our Lord and His comfort be yours. God bless Mary Lee and Mother Mary pray for all. (Friend, Patricia, Pueblo, Co)

Candle lit by Cecelia Woods I send my sympathy and prayers Mary Lee is in the thoughts and prayers of the SSA Girls Love and Hugs Cecelia

Candle lit by Mary Jo Dierks Clough I am so sorry about Mary Lee. I will always remember her as a happy, carefree classmate that everyone loved to be around. Growing up in Canon City and remembering Larry in grade school was a very happy and carefree time. My prayers are with you both. Mary Jo Schutte-Clough

Candle lit by Roland and Lynne Simon Mary Lee will always live in our hearts. She was such a special person! Our sincere condolences to her family.

Candle lit by Marlene My thoughts and prayers for the konty family I have enjoyed 4years of great times with Mary Lee she always laughed and made boarding school fun.she is in a better place.May Memories comfort her family.

Candle lit by Marilyn Ford Mom & Grandma you are a angel to us and we know you will always watch over us as you always have. We truly love and miss you! I will take care of the family just like you taught me. I Love You Always & Forever.....Marilyn

Candle lit by Marilyn Ford Mom & Grandma you are a angel to us and we know you will always watch over us as you always have. We truly love and miss you! I will take care of the family just like you taught me. I Love You Always & Forever.....Marilyn

Candle lit by Brent Mother, you are truly an inspiration to me. You've shown me how to love and be loved. You've provided me with the strength to endure the toughest situations. Your guidance has allowed me to be the Father and Husband that I am today. For these, I Thank You. I Love You Mother - Brent Until I see you again, "Day Tripping Ma"...........

Candle lit by Carol Robida Kennedy My sincere sympathy for your loss of Mary Lee and I was very upset to see it. She and I were friends as children in Pueblo. Her mother and dad were good friends of my mother, Bertha Robida. I too am 69 years old. I was gone from Pueblo many years as I married someone in the Air Force and we lived many places. When I came back here I attempted to find her but our parents were deceased and no one I asked knew of her. If Jacki Carouthers can contact me I would appreciate it as I would like to hear more about her life and family. My sincere sympathy to all of you. Sincerely, Carol Robida Kennedy (carolrobida@msn.com)

Candle lit by Katie Kelley Berumen Bart, so sorry to see the funeral notice in the Pueblo paper. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. God bless!

Candle lit by Kris Ford I was so fortunate to have Mary Lee is my mother in law! She is deeply missed already & will always be in our hearts.

Candle lit by Mich True Mom, you taught me the most important lessons...how to love, compassion for all of God's creatures, and how to laugh! I will miss you more than words can express! To Larry, Bart, and Brent, my heart is broken, I can only imagine how you must feel, I'm so sorry for your loss and I'm sorry I couldn't be there to hug you all in person! Love you! Mich

Candle lit by Russell Sealy My God's grace and peace be with your family today and always. The void of your loss will always be there so may love and memories always fill your hearts with smiles, laughter, and joy. Mary Lee, you were truly a blessing to have in this world. May peace be with you on your journey to heaven and may peace be with your husband, Brent, Bart, and their families as they continue their journey with you in their hearts.

Candle lit by Jonathan Kraemer Bart, my deepest sympathies to you and your family. I still remember her babysitting me before school when I was in 3rd grade at Beulah Heights. God Bless.

Candle lit by Dan Boitz Growing up with you and being around you was extremely special. Your smile and warm heart will live with me forever. I feel your presence as that "Angel" on my shoulder. RIP beautiful lady!!

Candle lit by Janice Espinosa Daugherty So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with Mary Lee's family. May your memories of loving times help ease your loss. I remember Mary Lee from St. Scholastica Academy. She always had a friendly smile to share. She was always a beautiful person, both inside and on the surface.

Candle lit by Helen Guadagnoli Dear Larry and Family, I am so sorry to hear about MaryLee, she was a treasure in my heart and life for over 40 years..I loved her and miss her already. I cannot know the pain in you're hearts but I hope the memory of her lovely smile will help to ease the sadness as the thought helps mine. I know her family was her life, with love. Helen Guadagnoli

Candle lit by Gary Ford You touched the lives of many people and in a very positive caring manner. You raised two wondeerful Sons and gave both of them all the tools needed to be great loving husbands, fathers and compasionate, seccessful businessmen. May the Lords Grace be with your entire family, and May You Rest in Peace Forever.

Candle lit by Ed & Iris Housand Ed and I were sad to hear that Mary Lee passed away. We worked together for several years and didn't realize until we received your Christmas card that Mary Lee was so ill. She was a good person and may she rest in peace. Larry you were Mary Lee's hero and she will be waiting in heaven for you.