Joe E Maldonado Jr.

September 19, 1931June 23, 2020

Joe E. Maldonado, Jr. was born on September 19, 1931 in Red Wing, CO to Joe and Victoria Maldonado. He departed this life on Tuesday, June 23, 2020. He served in the US Army from 1952 to 1954 and was honorably discharged in 1954. He was married to Helen (Burry) Maldonado on October 12, 1960 in Pueblo, CO. He worked on many ranches and then drove truck for many years. He worked for several different companies in the Greeley area (including Shupe Brothers, Monfort and most recently Tri State Commodities). He retired from trucking in 2000. He is survived by his spouse, Helen, and their children: Dallas (Jodi) Maldonado, Gary (Terri) Maldonado, Randy (Denise) Maldonado and Shawna (Willy) Gutierrez. Grandchildren: Laura Maldonado, Dallas Maldonado, Holly (Cody) Hammond, Brooks Maldonado and Austin Maldonado. He is also survived by four sisters, and many nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held Saturday, July 18th at 11:00 am at Stoddard Funeral Home, Greeley, CO.


18 July

A Celebration of Life

11:00 am

Stoddard Funeral Home

3205 W. 28th Street
Greeley, Colorado

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Joe E Maldonado Jr.

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Deloris Cuba

July 1, 2020

I remember many summers spent with uncle Joe and aunt Helen. I remember many camping trips and I also remember uncle Joe driving the boat and pretty much teaching me how to ski. So much fun going to Boyd lake, Jackson reservoir, Glendo, fishing around Yampa. I remember him playing the guitar and singing. What fun to see him in his big rig and hearing him blow the horn. Most recently remembering him coming to bowling tournaments I participated in and getting together with all of us to go to Bruce's in Severance. He even made it to Vegas and watched me bowl. Going to eat when I ventured north was always a great time too. I love you and will miss you uncle. Thinking of aunt Helen and all the kids and grandkids. Love you all too.