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Albert Joe Lucero

Born: 9/5/1939, Jarales, New Mexico
Death: 1/5/2021, Grand Junction, Colorado
Viewing: Private
Service: 01/13/2021, 12:00 pm St. Pius X Catholic Church with live streaming on Spanish Valley Mortury facebook page.
Interment: 01/13/2021, 1:30 pm

Albert and Betty Lucero passed away on January 5 2021 in Grand Junction, Colorado from an unexpected illness, Albert was born on September 5 1939 (81) and Betty was born on June 16 1944 (76) They were married for 62 years

Albert and Betty Lucero moved to green river in 1971. Albert started working with the railroad. He then became a volunteer fireman and started flagging. Betty worked at numerous motels and then became care giver. They enjoyed going out fishing and camping but most of all they enjoyed time with their family.

Albert and Betty are survived by their kids Albert Lucero, Daniel Lucero, Davy Lucero(Sandy) Connie Escalante(Ramon) and Betty’s family Sol(Debbie)Trujillo, Billie Trujillo(spouse) Albert’s family Phil (Eva)Lucero and by 20 grand kids and 21 great grand kids.

A Private Family Funeral Services will be held Wednesday January 13, 2021 at 12:00 noon at St. Pius X Catholic Church with live streaming on Spanish Valley Mortuary facebook page. A Private viewing will be held at 11:00 am for immediate family only. The burial will follow the services at the Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery, about 1:30pm where friends and family can attend. Masks are required.

Tributes:

I met Albert and Betty when I was traveling to Saint Michael the Archangel Mission in Green River. They both always had a smile and were willing to help with any project at the Mission. They loved their family and were proud of all them. May perpetual light shine upon them.
- Catherine Kane

I was lucky enough to work with Albert and Betty as their family advocate. They always made me feel so welcome at their home and in their lives. I had a great deal of affection for them and admiration for their love and support of family. They both adored their grandchildren, and were willing to make their lives better in anyway they could. I will miss them. They will comfort each other in heaven. I think they may have been a little lost without each other.
- Denice Hoffman

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They Live OnThey Live On

   Those we love remain with us
   For love itself lives on;

   Cherished memories never fade
   Because one loved is gone.

   Those we love can never be
   More than a thought apart;

   For as long as there’s a memory,
   They live on within our heart.

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