Frank Jose Vigil

frank vigil

October 8, 1951 ~ November 11, 2021

Born in: Pueblo, Colorado
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Frank Jose Vigil, 70, of Pueblo, Colo., passed away November 11, 2021. Survived by his wife, Holly Elizabeth Vigil; sister, Maryjane (Sam) Cabello of Pueblo; brother, Tommy Vigil of Pueblo; nephew, Brook (Leigh Ann) Hathaway; niece, Nody (Greg) Hobbs; nephew, Thomas Casey (Hope) Hutchison Jr.; niece, Keri Hutchison; and numerous other family.

Frank served his country proudly in the U.S. Navy.  He retired as a broadcast technician from Channel 4 (KCNC) in Denver after 40 years of service.

As per Frank’s request, a private service will be held.

View current weather.

Memories Timeline


  1. I knew Frank Vigil for 32 years. I didn’t know him well and didn’t spend all that much time with him, yet am very saddened learning he has passedo. He was a kind sensitive man who was compassionate and caring for all of those around him—even those who spoke behind his back in a not-so-nice way. He understood human nature and none of that misbehavior seemed to bother him. He was devoted to his wife—almost to a fault, as he dutifully hosted or attended family gatherings for her sake, always choosing to please her. I’m sure he felt torn not being with his own blood family for holidays, but I guess he just “sucked it up”. Frank was a very gentle family man who was mostly content being home with his wife and dog(s). He made an impact in this world with his work and just generally how he interacted with people he encountered. We have lost another really good guy.

  2. Marc and I were so shocked and sad to see that Frank had passed. We were just talking about the two of you as we drove through your neighborhood a few weeks ago. We wondered how you were and what you were up to. It sounds like you are getting well known for your quilting. I know this must be so hard for you! We will keep you in our prayers.

  3. To my dear friend Holly. Words are hard to come up with when you see a friend has passed away. I thought your Frank was one special person. Always loved running into you two out and about and seeing him when we set up our quilt show. Holly I know God has Frank in his keeping and pray that brings you comfort. Sending my deepest condolences and love..

  4. Holly, Ted and I were so sad to hear about Frank. What a shock. He was always so good to help us all with the quilt show. I wish I had known him better…

  5. Holly, I am heart broken about Frank. I didn’t know him for very long but he was such fun to visit with. He was always a big help at the quilt show, he and Walter made a good team and did fast work of getting the job done. All your “S,F” friends are here for you.

  6. My thoughts are with the family at this sad time. Frank was such a good kind man. He will be sorely missed.

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle

  1. CandleImage
  2. CandleImage
  3. CandleImage
  4. CandleImage
  5. CandleImage
  6. CandleImage
  7. CandleImage
  8. CandleImage