Elisa Aragon, 86, passed away April 25, 2005, in Pueblo, Colo. She was preceded in death by her infant daughter, Viola Aragon; parents, Amadita Gomez and Vicente Vigil; sisters, Amalia Gomez, Mabel Vigil and Jennie Navarro; brothers, Faustin Vigil and Enrique Molina; grandsons, Orlando Aragon, Jr. and Andy Aragon; daughter-in-law, Barbara Jean Aragon; and special friend, Dalia True. Survived by her sons, Fernando Aragon, Jr. of Denver, Orlando (Bonnie) Aragon of Pueblo, Antonio Aragon, Sr. of Rocky Ford, and Leandro Aragon of Denver; daughters, Rebecca Aragon, Gloria Chavez, Carolina Aragon, all of Pueblo, and Victoria (Michael) Seamon of Windsor, Colo.; niece, JoAnn (Philip) Maldonado; granddaughter, Desri Barrett, whom she raised; sisters, Angelina (Daniel) Rael, Isabel (Fred) Montoya, Rose Cortez, Mary Archuleta, Mabel Vigil, and Marie Vigil; brothers, Ben, John, Joe and Rudy Vigil; sister-in-law, Emma Molina; brother-in-law, Hilbert Navarro; and grandchildren, Fernando Aragon III, Elisa Romero, Justina Aragon, Angela Aragon Herrera, Yolanda Reichert, Diego Aragon, Daniel Chavez, Antonio Aragon, Jr., Athena LaPera, Adriana Aragon, Ramôn Vigil, Antonio Vigil, Cara Vigil, Sara Seamon, Michael Seamon, Philip Jr. and Kala Maldonado. Also survived by her great-grandchildren, Nathan Ressler Aragon, Victoria LaPera, Eddie LaPera, Alexia Romero, Rylee Romero, Olivia Aragon, Orlando Herrera, Ariel Herrera, Isabella Reichert, Darren Aragon, Derrek Aragon, Heather Fulton, Daniel Chavez, Jr., Andrea Trujillo, Alorah, Mia, Lilliana and Aelias Vigil, Gabriel Aragon, Malerie Jackson-Aragon, Abigail Aragon-Larson, and Barrett Burton; special nieces and nephews, James (Harriet), Arthur, Leo (Leonella) and Danny (Gail) Gomez, Pat (Victor) Ortiz, Theresa (Daniel) Godinez, Mary Aguilar, Lori Ann (Steven) Pratt and Kathy (Rick) Arriaga. Elisa was born in Cimarron, New Mexico. She raised her children and worked in various jobs. She retired from SRDA as a foster grandparent and worked at Washington School. She was a member of La Sociedad de las Carmelitas de Nuestras. Elisa's family would like to thank Hospice, especially Wanda, for being there in our time of need. You are very much appreciated. Visitation at the funeral home Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Recitation of the Rosary will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday and Funeral Mass will be held at 1 p.m., Thursday, April 28, 2005. Both services will be at St. Leander Church, 6th and Monument. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Those who desire may make memorials to Parkinson's Foundation through the funeral home. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. To the entire family: Granny is in Heaven, now; her memories regained, her health restored, she is without pain. Life will be different without your Mama or your Granny, but always remember the things she taught you. She will live in your heart, forever. We pray that your sorrows, soon subside. You’re all in our thoughts and prayers. Be kind to one another, you’re all her babies, even her grown children, ESPECIALLY her grown children. Mono, you’ve earned your wings, now live your life until they are needed; Granny would want you to! We love you all, Karen, Don and Rexie.

  2. Aragon Family, Mike, Vickie, Sara & Michael. Our condolences to you and your entire family. Our prayers are with you and all your loved ones.
    The Rocha Family,
    Dave, Veronica, Matt, Crystal & Destinee!

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