Joseph Louis Blazon
April 2, 1950 – September 30, 2019
Joseph Louis Blazon, born in Longmont Colorado on April the 2nd 1950 to Lee and Frances (Cortez) Blazon. He was the second youngest of 8 siblings and the orneriest of them all. He grew up as a farmer in Mead and graduated from Longmont High School in 1968. He enjoyed sports from a young age, playing long into his adult years on numerous baseball/softball and basketball leagues in and around Longmont. He served as a coach for his son in many sports and loved fishing, his nuggets, rockies and most of all his broncos. Joe “Louie” worked as an electrician in IBEW local union 68 for more than 30 years and he was a devout Catholic. Joe is remembered by all as a person always joking around, having fun and being silly.
Joe is survived by his two children, Valerie (Cesar) Beltran of Brighton, and Joseph (Melissa) Blazon of Westminster, 2 beautiful granddaughters, Lorena Beltran and Sofia Blazon, and 6 incredible grandsons, Cesar Beltran Jr., Joseph Brandon Bagwell, Bradley Bagwell, Aaron Beltran, Trenton Blazon and Alec Beltran. He is survived by his childhood friend and first wife, Lupe Blazon.
He is also survived by his siblings, Leroy (Margaret) Blazon, Marvin Blazon, Teresa (Joe) Yellowhorse, Henry (Esther) Blazon, Frank (Patti) Blazon, Gladys (Tony) Perez, and Jerome (Connie) Blazon. He had numerous nieces and nephews that he adored.
He was proceeded in death by his parents Lee Blazon and Frances Cortez Blazon, one nephew, Gilbert Marvin Blazon and one niece Bonnie Blazon.
Our dad fought a long hard battle struggling with stage 4 cancer since January of 2013, he never complained no matter what was put before him, we are eternally grateful to the following people that allowed us more time with him:
Dr. Iona Hinshaw and staff, RMCC Midtown
Dr. Cynthia Kelly and staff, OrthoONE PSL
All the nurses at PCM
In lieu of flowers donations can be made in his memory to the Colorado Limb Preservation Foundation 303-429-0866 or directly at:
The rosary for Mr. Blazon will be held Monday October 7th, 2019, 6pm at Howe Mortuary. Mass will be held Tuesday October 8th, 2019 at 10am, St. Johns Catholic Church in Longmont. Inurnment will follow mass at Longmont Mountain View Cemetery, at 11am in Longmont. Following the inurnment at the cemetery, a reception will be at the Longmont Moose Lodge.
- Rosary Prayers Monday, October 7, 2019
- Funeral Mass Tuesday, October 8, 2019
- Inurnment Tuesday, October 8, 2019
- Reception Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Joseph Louis Blazon
October 8, 2019
I am praying for family healing.
My wife just got out of the hospital. I am sad that I will have wait to give Sr. a hug. Also I am sad to find out that I missed his service.
I met Joe and his Brothers at Rocky Flats. I also went to apprenticeship school with Joe. I cherish many fun/great memories. Loved his great laugh. I talked to him last year and knew he had cancer. He didn't let on that is was advanced.
My friend Jose "staloco" Rest in Peace.
GOD please comfort and heal Joe Jr. ,Valerie and whole family. Amen and Amen
October 8, 2019
I always looked forward to working with Joe! He was a kind gentle man with a big heart and immense love for his family. I am truly saddened by his departure from this earth but they say God always takes the best ones home first! You will be missed Joe, by many of us who had the opportunity of getting to share your journey with you! My condolences to your family! Praying for you all during this difficult time!
Rose Z-Nursing@ PCM
RN CJ Cullinan
October 7, 2019
Nurse CJ here. I worked with Joe mainly for the evening and night shifts. He akways smiled when I arrived. It was easy to get him to laugh at a joke. We shared Hispanic roots yet his Spanish was amazingly poor, and he knew it. :) I found his family to always be available for a talk about life, sports, and anything that tickled his fancy. Their patience at all times was admirable. Thank you "Brandon" for your support so many times. My appreciation for working with Joe and getting to know his family is immeasurable.
October 7, 2019
To the Blazon family,
We are sorry to hear of Joe's passing...we are honored to have known Joe, Hank, Leroy, Marvin, Frank, Jerome and Gladys for many years..may all the fun and loving memories of Joe give you comfort at this time sorrow..our prayers and thought are with you all..
Luis Lopez, Rhonda, Louie, Frankie and Carol
October 4, 2019
I can't say enough about how much I love and appreciate him. He was such a great man. He was always a fun loving, positive influence, caring, roll model, energetic,wise,loving, strong and I can go on and on about how he touched my heart and everyone that knew him. He was not my step dad he was a dad to me in my eyes!!! We loved talking about are Bronco's and nuggets he gave me advice and direction I could always talk with him through the the good and bad. I will never forget you!!! I love you!!! Rest in peace I know you will greet us in heaven with open arms and a big smile on your face.