Joaquin Jack Flores

joaquin flores

October 1, 1950 ~ May 16, 2021

Born in: Frederick, CO
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Joaquin Jack Flores, 70, passed away Sunday, May 16th, 2021.  Survived by wife, Kathy; son, Damian (Aimee), two grandchildren; son, Joaquin (Sara), three grandchildren, one great-grandchild; daughter, Stacey (Michael) Carbajal, three grandchildren; daughter, Sara (Christopher) Mascarenas, and seven grandchildren. Preceded in death by his parents, Amancio and Trinidad Flores; son, Nathaniel; daughter, Selah; one grandchild; and several other family members and loved ones who greeted him in glory.  Joaquin was born October 1st 1950, in Frederick, Colo. He was a selfless man, who would go out of his way to help others.  He faithfully served the Lord day after day:  whether he was bringing donuts, making coffee for people at his church, or stopping by to visit his grandchildren.  He was prepared to minister to anyone.  He loved talking about the Lord more than anything.  These talks about Jesus will be missed and the source of so many precious memories to his children.  He loved working on wood projects; putting together puzzles; gardening; traveling with his wife, family, and friends; drinking coffee; and especially sharing the gospel. He was a Vietnam Marine Veteran.  He was a member of Family Worship Center for the last several decades, where he ushered, led Bible studies, brought donuts, made coffee, cooked, and was a part of Iron Sharpens Iron (ISI) Ministries.  He joyfully shouted “glory” often during the Pastor’s sermons. He co-pastored beside his wife, Kathy, at New Beginnings Church of God for approximately five years.  He served the Lord in intercession and followed His Word, honored his wife, taught his children well, loved others, and loved the Lord.  He fought the good fight. He finished the race. He kept the faith.  Memorial service, 10 a.m. Tuesday, May 25, 2021, at Family Worship Center, 3800 Parker Blvd.  Online condolences,


Memorial Service: May 25, 2021 10:00 am

Family Worship Center
3800 Parker Blvd.
Pueblo, CO 81008


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  1. My deepest condolences on your loss. Jack’s was one of the first friendly faces we met when we stared attending FWC. It is so good to know we will see him again.

  2. When I met Jack I was just finding my footing and my place in the church and with God he helped me find my path sorry for your loss Kathy

  3. When I think of Jack, words like kind, selfless, dedicated, and loving come to mind. He made the people around him feel good. We are lucky to have had him in our lives.

  4. I am deeply saddened at the news of Jacks passing. I fondly remember the many years we worked together. He was a friend and a Marine brother. My sincere condolences to the family. He was a good man and he will be missed. Semper Fi brother!

  5. Our family will miss Jack’s smiling face and warm greetings. Jack was very much a part of our twins upbringing at FWC. He would greet them with a hug, hand them a gold dollar and give a kiss to them on their heads.
    My most memorable time with Jack (in addition to prayer) was when we were serving at Horn Creek helping to dig trenches for their water lines. The time and stories exchanged that day will always be with me! His service in the ISI Men’s ministry was faithful and he brought a special love from the Lord Jesus that is unforgettable. Brother Jack we will miss you.

  6. I’ll always remember how Uncle Jack always gave the $1 coins to each of the kids

    Brother Jack we will miss you

  7. I’ll miss his hugs and kisses on my cheek when I saw him and he’d say “Hi baby” 🙏🥰

  8. I will always remember Jack’s warm welcome everytime I came to your house, and his servant heart everytime we got together. I will really miss him.

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