|Birth: ||Feb. 2, 1928|
Las Animas County
|Death: ||Feb. 19, 2000|
Patrick, 72 of Denver passed away Feb, 19. Services were Feb 24, with inurnment at Fort Logan National Cemetery. Mr Lucero was born in Trinidad on Feb. 2, 1928.He married Corine G. Sanchez, 1947. He served in the Navy. He was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars No. 1. Survivors include his wife: daughter Patrica of California; sons William and Joseph, both of Denver; brother Edward of California; sisters Georgia Fitzgerald and Agnes Ozuk, both of Denver, Dell Sullivan of California; seven grandchildren; six great-grandchidren.
Patrick was a best friend, but also a Father figure to me. When I was eighteen I was hired at a trucking company called Acme Delevery Service. Pat at the time was Fifty. There was Pat with open arms, there, showing me the ropes. He really did teach me a lot about on how to be a good worker. Pat, also was a jokester. We both made it fun a work, always playing tricks on each other. He should of never taught me that because sometimes I got carried away. When that happened I would be running away from him as he chased me down. However he also kept me in line from getting into trouble. Our relationship was not just at work.
I was always welcome at his home. He also was the first to co-sign for my first line of credit. After Pat retired we continued to keep in contact. He then started having problems with his health. It was so sad to see a slow process of him leaving us. Not only was Pat Lucero a friend, but I will always claim him as a family member. He was a second father to me. I think we all need an elderly person as a friend in our lives. I miss you Pat and will never forget you.
A SPECIAL THANKS TO CAPE CODDER FOR SPONSORING PAT'S MEMORIAL. YOUR AN ANGEL.
Note: IM WORKING ON GETTING A COUPLE OF PICTURES OF PATRICK
Fort Logan National Cemetery
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Originally Created by: Concetta
Record added: Nov 04, 2008
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