December 23, 1928 ~ June 18, 2020

Born in: La Garita, CO
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Agnes “Aggie” V. Lucero, 91 ½, was born on her uncle’s ranch in La Garita, Colo. on Dec. 23, 1928, to Manuelita and Esequiel Medina and passed away June 18, 2020. Aggie was married to Frank J. Lucero on Oct. 28, 1946, who preceded her in death. Also preceded in death by her parents; and a son, Michael. Survived by her children, Patricia (Patsy) Lowry, Frank (Elena) Lucero, Sarah (Abel) Chavez, Paul Lucero, Sharon (Duane) Lucero-Walker, Jim (Connie) Lucero; eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; three great-great grandchildren; and numerous extended family who regarded Aggie as a second Mom. Aggie was a fun-loving, kind, gentle soul who loved life, loved to sing and make others laugh. She was a homemaker while her children were at home making life for them so happy and fun doing everything she could to teach them the finer things of a simple life. She worked at the Monte Vista Hospital and ended her career as “Girl Friday” for a doctor’s group. When she learned to read, she read everything with great gusto and enjoyed her book club so much. Aggie didn’t know many strangers, she was the “nicest person I know” people would say. Aggie did her best to instill in her children a love for the Catholic faith. Funeral services will be a family affair on Thursday, June 25, 2020 with interment of ashes at the Homelake Veterans’ Cemetery next to her “Frankie” at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to Sangre De Cristo Hospice. Online condolences,

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  1. Dear Lucero family,
    My sincere condolences to you in the passing of your mom. What a lovely photo you posted. Of course, I remember her from many years ago; she was beautiful then too. Your folks were wonderful people and you have sweet memories to help as you go thru this hardship. Blessings to all. Beverly Trujillo

  2. We are so sorry to hear of Aggie’s passing. She was a wonderful woman who leaves a great legacy in her children and grandchildren. Thinking of all of you, Troy, Chere, Mitchell and Quinn Plane

  3. Aggie, thank you for adopting me as part of your family. The minute I met you I knew you were special! You had a big heart and a wonderful family! Your family will be in my prayers! I love you!

  4. My deepest sympathy to the Lucero family. What wonderful memories I have of Frankie and Aggie through the years. Aggie always had a ready smile and hug! May God bless you at this sad time. David

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