OBITUARY

Julian Arambula

September 5, 1928September 27, 2020

Julian Arambula-Arambula, 92 years old, Sept 5, 1928—Sept 27, 2020 known to his friends and family as Don Julian, was born in Morelos, Coahuila Mexico. He immigrated to the USA at a very young age. He worked in agriculture as a farmhand and worked over 30 years at Longmont Foods. He loved woodworking and he was a fixer! He never took his car for any mechanical work, change of tires or oil changes! He did it all himself. He was a great example of great work ethic and responsibility. His favorite hobbies were wood working and fishing. He had many close friends and it seemed everyone knew him. He lived in Platteville for 48 years with his late wife Martha Ruiz de Arambula and their 3 daughters.

He is survived by is his youngest daughter, Claudia Arambula of Denver, Colorado; 6 Grandkids and 13 Great grandchildren; nieces and nephews as well as Familia Sanchez in Lasalle, Colorado. Special thanks to Elsa Sanchez (Patricia) his niece who always went above and beyond to help him when he needed it most.

He was preceded in death by his wife Martha and 2 daughters: Ana Maria and Elva Rosa.

He will be missed! We Love him dearly!

Memorial Mass will be held 10:00 am, October 6th, 2020 at St. Nicholas Catholic Parish in Platteville, Co 80651. Rite of Comital will be 1:00 pm, in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Greeley, Co. Masks will be mandatory! If you have cold symptoms a cough, Fever or sick in any way please stay home. We ask for no physical contact please. A hand on the shoulder or your hand over your heart is best. We appreciate your support and Love. We are working on having his service Live streamed. We will provide the information individually.

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Services

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Tuesday, October 6, 2020

  • Rite of Committal

    Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Memories

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Rosaura Moreno

October 2, 2020

We always enjoyed visiting Tio and Tia in Colorado. Fishing indeed was one of his favorite pastimes and he and Dad had that, the wood working and tinkering around the house in common. Tio and my Dad planted the pecan and pine trees I have at my house in Lubbock, Texas, and for that and many other beautiful memories, I am truly thankful to God and Tio and Tia who always welcomed us in their home.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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