Arthur David Vallejos

arthur vallejos

June 20, 1957 ~ October 7, 2021

Born in: Pueblo, CO
Resided in: Broomfield, CO

Services for Arthur David Vallejos:

Arthur David Vallejos, 64, passed away October 7th, 2021. Survived by his beautiful wife of 38 years, Christina Vallejos; his son, Christopher (Lindsey) Vallejos; his two grandchildren, Emerson and Landon Vallejos; his mother, Margie Vallejos; brother, Danny Vallejos; sister, Diane (Nathan) Ruiz; brother, Donald (Gloria) Vallejos; sister, Darlene (Paul) Martinez; brother, Anthony (Andrea) Vallejos; brother, Roger (Cindy) Vallejos; brother, Alan (Kathy) Vallejos; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Preceded in death by his father, Pedro “Pete” Vallejos; his, brother Pedro “Pete” Vallejos, Jr.; and his grandparents, John and Catherine Vallejos and Jose Ignacio and Hilaria Salazar.

Arthur was born to Pedro “Pete” & Margie Vallejos on June 20th, 1957 in Pueblo, Colorado.

He was a 1975 graduate of East High School in Pueblo, Colo. and would go on to attend the University of Southern Colorado. In 1979, he found employment as a Bank Teller at Pueblo Bank & Trust and for the next 23 years he would work in various management positions within the commercial and federal banking industry. In 1980, he would fall in love with one of his regular customers, Christina Romero. By 1982 he would move to Denver, Colo. where he became the Western Regional Supervisor in the Check Processing Unit at the Federal Reserve Bank. On April 23,1983, he would marry Christina and they would welcome their only son, Christopher, one year later. From 1997 to 2002 he would serve as the Branch Manager at North Valley Bank in Broomfield, Colo. and for the next 10 years he would work for the State of Colorado at the Department of Real Estate Commission and in the Department of Education at Front Range Community College until his retirement in 2012. He enjoyed cheering on his Denver Broncos & Colorado Rockies, going out dancing with his wife, playing Blackjack, vacationing all over the world, visiting with his parents & siblings, but most of all spending quality time with his wife, son, daughter-in-law and his beloved grandchildren.

Visitation, 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 14, 2021, and funeral service, 10 a.m. on Friday, October 15, 2021, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Eric Ruiz officiating. Interment, Imperial Memorial Gardens.


Visitation: October 14, 2021 5:00 pm

Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel
1317 N. Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003


Funeral Service: October 15, 2021 10:00 am

Montgomery & Steward Funeral Chapel
1317 N. Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003


Graveside Service:

Imperial Memorial Gardens
5450 Highway 78 West
Pueblo, CO 81005


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  1. Sending my deepest condolences to you cousin Christina and Chris. I will keep Art and your family in my prayers. 🙏🏼♥️

  2. Christina, Christopher, Lindsey and the entire Vallejos family we’re sending Our Deepest Sympathies. I know the loss is great for all of you, but know that he is in a much better place where there is no suffering. I’ll continue to keep you all in my prayers.
    Please reach out if there is anything I/we can do.

    Paula & Ike

  3. My Condolences to My Vallejos Family , Aunt Margie, Christina , Christopher and family. Brothers and Sisters My prayers and Love are with You All. May God”s comfort and peace surround you all through sad time.

  4. Love and prayers to the entire family.

    To me, Art was a dear friend and amazing prankster. He could make you belly laugh like crazy and you could see a mischievous sparkle in his eyes when he was about to pull a practice joke. We worked together at the Federal Reserve Bank and there was always something going on in town to watch and attend, which we did. We often walked down the 16th street mall on breaks and caught up on each other’s lives together. I feel privileged that Art shared his life with me. Though he had this live out loud attitude he was a private and thoughtful person. We went out together after work and had drinks and talked about how blessed we were with our families. When things were frustrating on the job or something had gotten us down we would go to Elitch Gardens and play wack-a-mole and ride the roller coaster and turn our down day from screams of frustration to hoots and cheers of delight.

    Art dearly loved Christina. He told me how he fell in love with Christina, she was his muse and his partner to the laughter and his life. She could take anything he dished out and went all in with the practical jokes, even if they were started suddenly in public. We saw each other at the grocery store and Art yelled out to me, “hey Nelly did you remember to pick up the preparation H for yourself.” He never ceased to make me laugh.

    When Christopher was born I can imagine this was one of the proudest days of his life and Christina’s. Art fiercely loved Christopher and he was a dad who worked hard to understand and rise to the challenges of being a father who helped guide him as well as be a confidant and friend. He told me how proud he was of the choices Christopher made and the direction of his future.

    I will remember Art’s infectious smile and that I once was the person who caught him off guard with an elaborate practical joke involving his winning free coffee for a year from a local radio station. Or the infamous story of Art leaving work and standing in a crowd of people at the May D & F tower looking up with everyone and hearing, “Here he comes!” Who knew they were releasing the ashes of one of the local corner saxophone players onto the 16th street Mall and the ashes landed in everyone’s hair. That was a chuckle for days at coffee break.

    My heart shattered when Christina called me and told me the new of Art’s leaving. I will remember him in my heart and keep his laugher in my head when times are rough. Cheers to you my friend. I thank you for letting me and Scott into your life. I raise a toast to you with a kamikaze and cold beer.

    Nelly and Scott Arthur of Snowmass Village

    • Oh my goodness I forgot about the 2 am or 4 am calls! With no apology – just hey you should be be awake I’ve got to tell you this! Or it’s 4 am? That’s ok you have to get up anyway and go to work. Let me tell you this story first.

  5. My Dear Sister Chris and Family, our heart hurts for you all during this difficult time. Our memories of Art are precious. I will always remember him referring himself as my favorite brother in law.
    We will continue to pray for You, Christopher, Lindsey and your beautiful grandchildren.
    Praying also for Art’s Mother and family. May our Heavenly Father give you peace and comfort.
    Love from Dorothy and Tim ❤🙏


  7. Love and prayers for the whole Vallejos family. We miss Uncle but know we will meet again. We love you Auntie Chris, Christopher, Lindsey and kids.
    Love, Suzy and Charlie Maxwell

  8. The entire Vallejos family is in our thoughts and prayers. Sending our love and healing to you all.
    The Dill family

  9. our Friends we new since highschool , He is a Hoot , like to party , always had fun together , going
    to miss him very much. Chris if you need anything please call , Be strong for you kids and grand-kids’
    my family sends prayers to your family . love ya forever Barbara -Rod and Family !

  10. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers as you go through this difficult time. Rest in Paradise Nino.

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