George J. Pugh

Denver, Colorado

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My sincere condolences to Mrs Leberta Pugh on the lost of your beloved husband. May you find comfort and hope in God"s words such as Ecclesiastes chapter 9verses 5and 6and Acts chapter 24verse 15.Sincerely yours.

No doubt Mr. Pugh will surely be missed. May God provide the family with comfort during this time.

Mr Pugh was my fathers very best friend. Want the family to know we loved him very much and will always be remembered as one of the few very honest, sincere men we ever knew. I will never forget him and he is now walking along with my dad, the streets of gold. From my family to yours, we offer our sincere condolences
and we will see him again.

George was such a wonderful person to work with and know. Kind man that served God, Country, the State of Colorado, family and friends.

George always demonstrated integrity, setting an example for many to follow.

George was a man of great integrity and humble personality. I was hired at Colorado Department of Transportation by Mr.Pugh and had worked directly to him and with him for four years before his retirement. He was very inspirational and was a role model for the black engineers and others in the department. May Rest In Peace.

George was the first African-American role model hired by the Colorado Department of Transportation. He had a long an distinguished career, mostly in Traffic Engineering. He was a mentor and role model for all black engineers who have followed at CDOT, and until his move to Pueblo a few years ago, came by annually to check to see how we were progressing. George always had a word of encouragement and inspiration, and was one of the kindest people I've ever met. He will be sorely missed.

Our prayers are with you all. George's spirit will live on. He was such a wonderful person I had the pleasure of working with and friendship.


God will provide the family with strength & comfort in knowing God will listen to their prayers.


George's Obituaries

Denver. Beloved husband of Mrs. Lebertha Pugh; devoted brother, uncle and friend. Visitation Tuesday, 4-9pm, Kirk Chapel. Celebration Service Wednesday, 11am, Macedonia Baptist Church, 3240 N. Adams St. to Ft. Logan National Cemetery. Please share condolences with the family at

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