Tony Ernest Garcia

May 27, 1928November 12, 2020

Tony E. Garcia was born on May 27, 1928 in Wagonmound, New Mexico to Juan and Fidelia Garcia. He was one of twelve children and married Dolores Bustos on June 18, 1955. Together they had two daughters Rose and Kathy, three granddaughters Jana (Jerome), Sonora (Bradley), Sierra (Chris) and seven great grandchildren; Dominic, David, Desiree, Riley, Wyatt, Addy and Avah. He is survived by two brothers Edward and Andy and four sisters; Irene, Theresa, Henrietta and Stella.

Tony served in the Army stationed in Korea and was a construction worker for the labor Union 720 for 30 years. He was a whole - hearted Bronco, Nuggets and Rockies fan, but only when they won. He enjoyed traveling, gambling, fishing and his weekly trips to the dollar store. Religion was important to him and he was always praying for his family and friends. Tony was a dedicated Veteran who proudly wore his military hat everywhere he went and was often thanked for his service. He was a larger than life person and left a huge impact on his family and friends. He will be greatly missed by so many but know he is in Heaven looking down on all of us.

We would like to thank Dr. Roesch and all the hospital staff with the 5th floor medical unit at PVH and Accent Care - Hospice for all the special care and support they gave Tony and our family. A private family graveside service will be held.



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Alyssa Romero

November 20, 2020

I have good memories of my brother. When he was in the army in Korea he wouid write to me he was my first brother. That went to the service it was real sad for all of us especially mom and dad. He was very protective of all his sisters I am going to miss him

Chris Garcia

November 20, 2020

My Uncle Tony was a great guy. I always enjoyed visiting with him as he could always keep me laughing nonstop.

Lupe & Frank Apodaca

November 20, 2020

May the love of family and friends comfort you , and
May God's Love grant you peace.
Our Deepest Sympathy

Michael Moya

November 18, 2020

So many wonderful memories of fishing, camping, family card games, football games, and a couple trips to Wagonmound NM. His smile and laughter were contagious. What an amazing Godfather! He was more of a mentor to me than he ever realized. I admired his hard work ethic, his empathetic heart, and his ability to forgive. He lived by the Golden Rule, and always treated others as he wanted to be treated. A humble servant of God that always prayed for other’s peace. Im so grateful to have my godfather an integral part of my life. I’m certain his laughter is echoing in heaven. Rest In Peace

Benjamin Brack

November 18, 2020

We have many years of being neighbors of Tony's and will always remember him working in his beautiful yard, with his smile and wave as we drove down the street. Our condolences go out to Tony's family and friends at this difficult time. He will be greatly missed. Ben and Susan Brack

Susan Barela

November 18, 2020

Aunt Dolores & family. Max and I are thinking of you all. Uncle Tony always had that infectious smile and laugh that will never be forgotten. He and my dad can now share their jokes together and laugh to their heart's content. Rest in Peace Uncle Tony.💔

Sierra Garcia

November 17, 2020

Losing you has left me with such an empty feeling inside. You have touched the lives of so many. I will forever cherish all our memories and laughs together. The girls and I love you so much! Fly high with the angels Pa! Save a seat in heaven for all of us ❤

Sonora Garcia

November 17, 2020

We miss you more than I can put into words Papa! I'm so thankful for all the amazing memories with you and the times spent together! For its not goodbye but see you later! I love you, rest easy grandpa! ♡

Art Romero

November 15, 2020

My deepest and sincere sympathy to the family.
RIP my good friend. From Art Romero and family

Charlene Garcia

November 14, 2020

My condolences to my Auntie Dolores and family. My uncle will be missed dearly. I have a lot of good memories of the wonderful relationship he and my Dad had. He was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather. May he rest in peace.

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