February 11, 1948 – September 9, 2019
Robert Calderon, 71 of El Paso Tx died on Monday, September 9, 2019 surrounded by close family and friends. He was born on Feb 11, 1948 in El Paso to Candelario and Maria Lydia Calderon. He served in the U.S Army and served 2 tours in Vietnam. Robert had many friendships created over the years, always the life of the party. He enjoyed golfing with his buddies, singing with friends and family and grilling on Sundays. He will truly be missed. He is survived by his wife Blanca Calderon, his 3 children Melissa Denzer(Shawn), Robert Calderon Jr(Cindy) and Michael Calderon(Crystal). His 5 grandchildren Christian, Emma, Ryenne, Robert III and Theodore. He is also survived by his siblings Candelario Calderon Jr, Anne Moncibaiz and Joe Calderon. His stepsons Juan Pablo, Julio Cesar and Jose Hernandez. Robert is preceded in death by his loving parents Candelario and Maria Lydia Calderon. Services will be held on Thursday Sept 12, 2019 with a viewing from 10 to 11:30am at Hillcrest Funeral Home @ 5054 Doniphan. Mass will be held at St Jude Catholic Church located at 4006 Hidden Way at 12:15pm. , followed by his interment with Honors at Ft Bliss National Cemetery.
- Blanca Calderon, Wife
- Robert Calderon Jr., Son
- Michael Calderon, Son
- Melissa Denzer, Daughter
- Candelario Calderon Jr., Brother
- Joe Calderon, Brother
- Anne Monsivas, Sister
- Mr. Calderon also leaves 4 grandchildren of whom he was very proud of and cherished.
- Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, September 12, 2019
- Commital Service Thursday, September 12, 2019
September 12, 2019
Bobby was such a good friend to me, never
let me down . I'd always made a mental note
to try and locate him ; and then life would interfere.
I remember his laugh and his beautiful voice ,cause
he loved to sing . My condolences to the family . All
I can say is : "I miss you , Bobby."
September 11, 2019
It was a week ago today that we last spoke to say hello and to ask how we were doing. Life just has a way to change it all up!
Thanks for being an awesome brother to me and being there when I needed you most.
I salute you brother!
Until we meet again...Joey
September 11, 2019
My cousin Bobby was very funny and I will always remember when we had a family gathering at Grandma Sara’s house and my mom, Tia Lily, Tia Espe, and all my Tios were there and Bobby was sitting with us and our grandma gets up from her chair and Bobby made this squeaky noise and it actually sounds like it’s coming from Grandma getting up and he had us all laughing. I was laughing the hardest cuz my stomach hurt from the laughter. I will always remember him that way and I know he has my mom and Tia’s and Tio’s laughing up there in Heaven. I love you Bobby. I know we will see each other one day and all our loved ones.