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Allnutt Funeral Service – Drake Road Chapel

650 W. Drake Rd., Ft. Collins, CO

OBITUARY

Prudencio Junior Gonzales

1 April, 197020 March, 2020

Prudencio Jr. III “The Bug”, passed away Friday, March 20, 2020 in Fort Collins. Prudencio was born April 1, 1970, in Greeley, the son of Prudencio Gonzales II and Carmen Ramos of Fort Collins, CO. He attended schools in Fort Collins. He was a very hard working man, his work was his pride. His love was his family. His passion was the drums, old school music and fun. He was a boxer for Choice City Boxing Club in Fort Collins, an easy going fishing man, very respectful, liked to tell jokes and was willing to lend a helping hand. We know he has left a huge impact on all those he has met along his road of life.

Prudencio is proceeded in death by his grandparents, Prudencio Gonzales and Jesusa Gonzales, Grandmother Margaret Ramos and his sister Sylvia Gonzales, along with many of our beloved.

He is survived by his parents, Prudencio Gonzales II and carmen Ramos of Fort Collins, son Prudencio Gonzales IV and two grandchildren Siena and Eusebio Gonzales, two brothers, Nino (Amanda) Gonzales from Greeley and Ezekiel (Vanessa) Gonzales from Fort Collins; one sister, Tina Castro from Greeley and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, and uncles. Unfortunately, we are unable to have services due to current world circumstances.

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Abby Landow

March 26, 2020

I will always have many great memories of Jr. but I think the thing I will miss the most are the prayers that he lead with his street family. He always said the prayers in Spanish so even though we didn't know exactly what he was praying for, his prayers were inspirational and powerful to us. I am sad and heartbroken that Jr. Is gone, but comforted to know he is there with many street brothers and sisters & blood relatives who adored and loved him as much as I did. You will missed by all but know that your concrete family loved you very much and you will always be a part of our hearts and never forgotten.

Aily Bott

March 26, 2020

I went to school with Jr. Since elementary. In third grade I called him Prudencio anfd he wanted to be called Jr. I was teasing him. He threw a rock at me. We always laughed about it into our adulthood. What a good heart he had. Sad to hear he left to soon. The only way I feel better about the situation knowing he is with Cheva now and with God. God bless to the family and friends. Im sending love, light and prayers.

Margaret DelaRosa

March 24, 2020

To the Gonzales family we want to send our condolences to all of you. Jr was a very respectable young man whenever he would see us always would give us hugs and always would address is with calling us compadre and comadre. So sorry for your loss our hearts go out to you 🙏

Elaine Bueno

March 24, 2020

Jr. I remember your sincere smile, since you were a young boy on Gallup Rd. You have always shown me great respect. I am sad to know such a wonderful light has gone out. Rest in peace

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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