OBITUARY

Bruno Euresti Jr.

August 2, 1947November 3, 2005

Bruno Euresti Jr., 58, of Denver died Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005, in Denver.

He was born Aug. 2, 1947, in Fort Collins to Bruno and Genoveva (Garcia) Euresti and moved to San Marcos, Texas.

On June 14, 1965, he married Irene Elizabeth Hernandez in Greeley.

From 1965-68, Mr. Euresti lived in Pontiac, Mich., where he worked for the Grand Truck Western Railroad. From 1968-95, he lived in Greeley and worked for Monfort and Labor Union Local 720 in construction before moving to Denver.

A loving husband and devoted father, grandfather and uncle, Mr. Euresti was a very respected man among his family, friends and co-workers. He would help anyone in need and distributed dollar bills and burritos to the homeless. He enjoyed casinos, playing cards and pool and liked to get out and about among people.

Survivors are his wife, Irene Elizabeth Euresti of Denver; a daughter, Andrea Lynette Euresti of Denver; two sons, Bruno Euresti III, also of Denver, and Juan Euresti and wife LeAnn of Greeley; five granddaughters, Elizabeth Nunez and husband Joe and Hillary and Alexus Euresti, all of Greeley, and Unique Cisneros Euresti and Jasmine Delgado Euresti, both of Denver; two grandsons, Christopher Euresti and Juan Euresti Jr., both of Greeley; and a great-granddaughter, Leslie Nunez of Greeley.

Also surviving are five sisters, Paz Ramirez of Mountain View, Calif., Caroling Rios and husband Esequel of Rio Hondo, Texas, Nancy Euresti of San Antonio, and Eloisa Salazar and Marcie Saucedo and husband Ray, all of Greeley; and a brother, Cipriano Euresti and wife Janie of Greeley.

His parents; three sisters, Guadalupe, Reyes Salazar and Pauline Padilla; two brothers, Juan and Enfemio Euresti; and a granddaughter, LaToya Cisneros Euresti, preceded him in death.

Services will be 7 p.m. Monday, November 7, 2005 and 10 a.m. Tuesday, November 8, 2005 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 2222 23rd Ave., Greeley. Interment will be in Eaton Cemetery.

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