January 27, 1930 ~ March 4, 2021

Born in: Las Animas, Colorado
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Streaming of the service will be on the St. Francis Xavier Church Facebook page at:

https://www.facebook.com/StFrancisXavier1125/

Tony “Mister T” Trujillo, 91 years young, entered Heaven on March 4, 2021.  Survived by loving wife of 68 years, Bonnie Trujillo; six children and their respective families: Dr. Gloria (Pete) Sanchez, April Sanchez and son, (Jett Baker), Desiree Sanchez and children, (Christian, Camerin, Ckeanin “CK”), and Jude Sanchez and children (Jude II, Skylar, Kennedy), Theresa (James) Vigil, James Vigil and daughter (Madyson) and Jamie Vigil, Anthony (Debra) Trujillo, Christina (Nathan “Michael”) Chavez and children, (Justus, Daymn, Tonie), Tony Trujillo and son, (Cyrus), Geraldine (Tom) Martinez, Erica (Chris) Trujillo and children, (Alejandra and Izaiah Trujillo and Kenlee Manzanares) and Deidre Trujillo and son, (Elijah Trujillo) and Fred “Joe” (Janet) Trujillo, Adam Schoenthal, Brenda (Art) Aranda, Rhyli and Aidan Aranda. Also survived by brother, Adolph “Val” (Hope) Trujillo; sister, Mary Lucero; special friends, Karen “The Real Carrot” Quintana Planalp, Mario “Octubre” Madrid, Velasquez brothers “The Weethels” and Tina “Cajete.” Preceded in death by son, Anthony Jude Trujillo; parents, Joe and Jennie Trujillo; brother, Nestor Trujillo; and sisters, Margaret Sandoval and Betty Medina.

Tony was born Jan. 27, 1930, in Las Animas, Colo. He attended a one-room school in Crowley, Colo., and mentored his children and others on the importance of an education. He was a principled man who instilled in his family: a love for God, love for each other, moral integrity, honesty, a strong work ethic, respect for self and others, belief in accomplishment and social justice, a sense of adventure, and a respect for Mother Nature. Tony was employed for 35 years with the federal government that included the Pueblo Army Depot and later retiring from Fort Carson. He completed a civilian stint in Vietnam while working at the P.A.D.

Tony cheered for the Denver Broncos and was a true Green Bay Packers fan and Packers’ stockholder. Funeral attendees are encouraged to wear their favorite sports attire.

He enjoyed traveling and meeting people. He was a gift to family and friends. Many thanks to the doctors and staff at Parkview ICU for the love and care given to Dad.

Visitation, 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Rosary followed by funeral Mass, 9:30 a.m. Thursday, March 11, 2021, at St. Francis Xavier Church, 611 Logan Ave. with Fr. Selvakumar Xavier as celebrant. Services will be live-streamed via St. Francis Facebook page. Any concerns, contact Jamie at 719-250-6630. Interment, Mountain View Cemetery. Online condolences, www.MontgomerySteward.com

Services

Viewing: March 10, 2021 4:00 pm - March 10, 2021 6:00 pm

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

719-542-1552
http://www.montgomerysteward.com

Rosary: March 11, 2021 9:30 am

St. Francis Xavier Church
611 Logan Avenue
Pueblo, CO 81004

719-564-1125

Funeral Mass: March 11, 2021 10:00 am

St. Francis Xavier Church
611 Logan Avenue
Pueblo, CO 81004

719-564-1125

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  1. CandleImagePrayers are with you Aunt Bonnie & Family… Uncle Tony is a wonderful man and will be truly missed.

    Love Angela Madrid Walker

  2. CandleImageI have so many fond memories of Uncle Tony from when we use to spend out summers out in Colorado. He always made me feel welcomed, and I just remember him always being happy and he’s laugh. He had a great laugh that filled the room. I will miss you Uncle. I want to let all my family know that they are all in my thoughts and prayers and that I am sending them love and praying for comfort. Love you all.

  3. CandleImageMy condolences to the Trujillo family on their loss of a wonderful man. Uncle Tony will surely be missed.

  4. CandleImageMy condolences to the Trujillo family on their loss. Uncle Tony will surely be missed.
    Valentino Madrid

  5. He was and is the best brother in law I ever had he was more like a brother . I will surely miss him.
    Take confort that he is at pease and with the Lord.

  6. CandleImageDad, you have been a Blessing to our family! You are in our hearts forever!
    Now your with our Lord and Savior! Alleluia!
    Love Ya,
    Tom & Geraldine

    To everything there is a season and a time to every purpose under the Heaven. Ecclesiastes 3:1

  7. CandleImageThoughts and Prayers for all of the Trujillo family. I have so many great memories of Uncle Tony from my youth. He was one of the most generous and welcoming person that I have known. He always had a good joke to tell and he always made you feel part of the family. RIP Uncle! Until we meet again.

  8. CandleImageI am very sorry for the loss of a great man that I loved and respected.
    Sending our prayers and condolences to all the family,
    Ernie Lucero and family

  9. CandleImagePrayers sent to the entire Trujillo family! Your dad was amazing! God Bless and comfort you!

  10. CandleImageUncle Tony you were the kindest man I ever knew. With a laugh that always made everyone happy. You will be missed.
    Love Steven Madrid and family

  11. CandleImagePrayers and Condolences to all Of Uncle Tony Trujillo’s Familia! Heaven definitely gained an Angel! Please tell my Pops Jose Garfield Madrid, Aunt Rose Castro, Uncle Gilbert Madrid, Uncle Joe Benny Madrid, and Uncle Steve Madrid, hello from all of our Madrid Familia and Thank You for watching over all of us!
    I’m gonna miss talking and watching football with you Uncle but I know you’ll do whatever possible from above sending our beloved Green Bay Packers and Denver Broncos that special winning magic!
    Love you and miss you uncle! Till we meet again Rest In Peace!

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