Gabe J. Sisneros
June 29, 1971 – May 2, 2019
Gabe had a bigger than life personality. He made friends with everyone, always was joking, had a positive attitude and influence on those around him.
Gabriel Joe Sisneros (Gabe) was born in Pueblo, Colorado on June 29, 1971 to Eva (Valdez) Sisneros and Jose Sisneros. Gabe lived most of his life in Pueblo and Denver, Colorado. He and his wife recently moved to Grand Junction, Colorado where he passed on May, 2, 2019.
Gabe met his wife, Mona, in Denver on April 9, 1993 and they got married on June 9, 1994. They have two children, Gabriel (Denver) and Katarina (Fort Collins).
Gabe is survived by his wife, Mona, his children; Gabriel and Katarina, his mother; Eva Sisneros and his siblings; Matt Sisneros, Nick Sisneros, April Sisneros, Christa Sisneros all of Denver, Colorado and Nick Sisneros, Shanghai, China.
Gabe was a fleet mechanic for Excel Energy in Grand Junction, Colorado, after being transferred from Excel in Denver, Colorado. He belonged to the IBEW Local union 111. He was a mechanic for many years for Douglas County School District.
Gabe graduated from Alameda High School and obtained two Associates degrees. He served in the Marine Corps.
Gabe enjoyed weight lifting, dirt biking, detailing cars, camping, and experimenting in the kitchen.
What Gabe loved most was his family. He and Mona were best friends and a great team. He was very proud of his children and made them his priority.
He is preceded in death by his father, Jose Sisneros.
In lieu of flowers you can send your condolences to the family Mona Sisneros and Children 3023 Fallawater Street Grand Junction, CO 81504
Celebration of Life services for Gabe will be held at a later date.
- Services are being planned at this time. Please check back for updated service information.
Gabe J. Sisneros
May 16, 2019
Cousin Gabe was one of my first friends. As young kids, we both spent a lot of time with our Grandma Stella and Grandpa at their home in Pueblo, CO. We played paper dolls, we sat on the front porch and learned about all the neighbor's lives, we laughed, and we ate fresh tortillas every day. He loved to laugh and he loved to be goofy. As we got older, I got to witness him finding true love with Mona. What a team they were. And then he became a father and their sweet family just radiated love and fun. Gabe was a truly good man. He knew when times were hard or sad, that sometimes laughter may not be a magical fix ... but it made those times just a *little* easier. So as I say goodbye to my dear cousin, I'm sending memories of laughter into the universe - promising that I will always remember that laughter when I see a sway of the clouds. I'm sending love to his beautiful family during this time and always.
Cathy Sisneros Chung
May 12, 2019
Gabe loved his family so much, he always put his wife and kids first. I respected that so much in him. He will be missed greatly by all of his family and friends. I am proud to be his auntie.