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He was the kindest, gentlest man I ever met. He always made you feel spcial and at ease. He had a heart of gold. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to the family. He will be sorely missed!!


Posted by: Beth Gochie - Pueblo, CO   Dec 30, 2010

My heart is aching as I write memories of a wonderful, loving, caring, and humorous person. Reskie helped me overcome my fear of dentists. We always joked about the time he gave me two black eyes after extracting some teeth 46 years ago. As time went on, he became our entire family dentist. Most importantly , he was our friend. We've gotten to know and love not only him, but his entire family. We certainly will have a void in our lives. Our sympathy and love goes out to the Oreskovich family. Sandy and Allan Juno, and all the "Pech's"


Posted by: Sandy Juno - Pueblo, CO   Dec 30, 2010

Tony Sr. was the nicest person I have ever met. Always went out of his way to say hello even in different languages. My heart goes out to you and your family. Adios Amigo and God Bless.....


Posted by: Al Herrera - PuebloWest, CO   Dec 30, 2010

Years ago when we were living in San Francisco my wife and I were looking for a dentist when she told me about her dentist back in Pueblo. How he knew how to administer the novacaine so it never hurt. I found it hard to believe there was a painless dentist but I had no reason to doubt her. When we moved back to Colorado and begin seeing Tony I was amazed that her stories were true. He was much

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Posted by: Robert Smith - Pueblo, CO   Dec 30, 2010

Besides being one of the men, other than my father, that I most admired, Dr. T. was one of the nicest and kindest men I've ever known. One of my fondest memories that I like to tell is of my early days as a patient of his. I used to smoke and he'd bring me a cup of coffee and an ash tray and let me smoke a cigarette and drink coffee while I was waiting in the dentist chair!

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Posted by: Jack Passanante Jr. - Pueblo, CO - Friend/Patient for many years   Dec 30, 2010

Our hearts broke upon hearing the news of Tony's passing. He was the kind of person everyone enjoyed & loved. His ability to make you feel comfortable and special every time you saw him, he would tell us stories of my Mother & Father and always ask how they were, He reminded me in many ways of my own father, a perfect gentleman. Our love and prayes are with you all.


Posted by: Michael & Paulette Menor Mike & Michelle Kersten - Pueblo, CO   Dec 30, 2010

Tony, you were taken too early. The world so needs your laughter, your love and your talent. I have known you for as long as I have had teeth. I was just a kid, when my dad brought me into your office well over forty years ago. No dentist since has ever measured up. Its because I wasn't just going to the dentise, I was sharing time with someone who always cared about me and my family. My teeth and my heart will never be the same.


Posted by: Marilyn Glaubensklee - Newark, CA   Dec 30, 2010

“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart!” This quote from Helen Keller reminds me of Tony--he was all heart and he made you feel like you were the only person in the room when he talked with you---he was never too busy to ask about you and your family--never too busy to share a snack or chat about the old days---never too busy for all

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Posted by: Carolyn Glaubensklee - Pueblo, CO   Dec 30, 2010

I extendmy heartfelt sympathy to the family of Dr. Tony Oreskovich Sincerely, Frank M. Jerbich


Posted by: Frank M. Jerbich - IL   Dec 30, 2010

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Posted by: Catherine Perrone - CO   Dec 30, 2010