Filbert Kim Hermosillo

November 2, 1951March 24, 2021
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Filbert Kim Hermosillo, 69 of Denver, Colorado, moved to his eternal home on March 24, 2021, surrounded by his loving family.

He was born in Denver on November 2nd, 1951. He was married to Elia Padilla on June 17th, 1972.

Filbert was retired but had taken on a role as the best Manny (man-nanny) ever. Prior to retirement, he worked as manager of a printing company, Busy Beee Printing for 22 years.

He had a passion for his grandkids, his family, his friends, and most of all, his savior.

Filbert is survived by his loving wife Elia Hermosillo, his children: Evelyn Jackson, and her husband Don; and Karin Marquez, and her husband Anthony.

He was adored by his grandchildren: Antonio & Elycia Marquez, and Isaiah Jackson.

He is also survived by his brother Simon Hermosillo, wife Lucinda; sister Julia Garcia, and sister Esther Alderman, husband Charles.

Filbert is survived by numerous nieces, nephews, and an extended family both blood and those that came into his life by design including honorary pallbearer Malakai Jackson and so many more.

Preceded in death by his mother Erlinda, his brothers Cruz, Jerry, Tony, Dave, and Tommy, and sisters Christine and Pat

Arrangements are as follows: Visitation: Thursday, April 8, 2021 from 5 PM - 7 PM Olinger Highland, 10201 Grant St. Thornton, Co 80229

Funeral: Friday, April 9, 2021 at 11 AM Thrive Church, 2720 W 92nd Ave, Federal Heights Co 80206 Interment following at 2 pm Olinger Highland, 10201 Grant St. Thornton, Co 80229


  • Don Jackson , Active Pallbearer
  • Anthony Marquez , Active Pallbearer
  • Josh Sosa , Active Pallbearer
  • Stu Greene, Active Pallbearer
  • Robert Leon , Active Pallbearer
  • Anthony Hermosillo , Active Pallbearer
  • Antonio Marquez , Honorary Pallbearer
  • Isaiah Jackson , Honorary Pallbearer
  • Malaki Jackson , Honorary Pallbearer


  • Visitation

    Thursday, April 8, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, April 9, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Friday, April 9, 2021


Filbert Kim Hermosillo

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Lee R. Padilla

April 9, 2021

Philbert will be missed by all of us. I remember Philbert as one of the most humble and kind souls I have met. He was married to my 1st cousin Elia. l have
fond memories of other times we would be together at family reunions and other visiting moments. It was such a joy with him and his family .There was never a dull moment,of course he was married to a Padilla. He was always kind and hospitable. I offer my family's deepest condolences. To all the family. He will. Surely be missed here but he will be enjoying his new found home in God's kingdom.

Shannon Quillian

April 8, 2021

I just want to say what a joy it was to be in Filberts presence. Such a man of God who loves his Lord so much and who could not say enough about his family ! He was very funny and I never left without chuckling a bit. His presence will be so missed at Thrive and I miss him. Shannon Q

Grace & Alfonso Arellano

April 8, 2021

We have so many memories of you Brother, and yet our words seem inadequate. You were more than a bro in law, you were our brother. It still doesn't feel real that you are gone from our presence. The assurance that comforts our hearts is that you are safe and healed in the very arms of Jesus. You will be missed more than you know. Our condolences to our sister Elia, our nieces Evelyn and Karin and all your family.. We will be reunited soon. We will cherish all our memories of you in our hearts. RIP brother.🕊⚘🕊

Doris Loida Espinoza

April 7, 2021

We loved Filbert- he came into the Padilla family and added an extra dimension of love, fun, laughter and compassion.

We kept in touch through Facebook and by phone when we could. We are going to miss our Primo, but lately our conversations were on “ all that really matters at the end is God, friends and family- “ —and that is where he invested his love, time, and effort , leaving us so many lessons for life.and cherished memories of our Primo who always had a smile on his face and a good word to say . Hasta Luego, Primo- we’ll meet again !

Connie Malacara

April 7, 2021

Uncle Filbert I will truly miss our talks and laughs. Say hello to my dad and family. I love you!🥲

Jennifer Lord

April 7, 2021

I have been trying to find the right words since the day I found out you went home to Jesus. I’ve realized I don’t have the right words because it’s too soon to be saying goodbye to you! They are only giving me 2000 words to write a memory, but I have 23 years worth of memories. The kids and I became a part of your family 23 years ago and I am so grateful to God for that, but when I said goodbye to you 5 years ago because we were moving to NY I thought that was hard. This is heart shattering! 😪. Thank you for being the kindest, most generous and loving person to these 5 rugrats who are proud to call you dad/grandpa/great grandpa! Until we see each other again, I love you! ~ Jenn

Teresa Mares

April 7, 2021

Remembering Filbert .......... Many years ago, we met Phil & family at the church. Our kids grew up running the halls together and he began assisting as a Royal Ranger Commander with Pastor Leonard and I must say, he loved working with those boys! He was gentle and caring with them all. That position suited him well. He has been a staple at Thrive Church for many years and not seeing him sitting in the pew on Sundays will be hard. We cherish the years we had with him and look forward to our reward one day when we will all meet again! Love and prayers to your family.

Christina & Ronnie Roybal

April 3, 2021

Our love and prayers out to aunt Elia, Evelyn, Don, Karin, Antonio, and grandkiddos.♡

Thank you uncle Kimmey for being the big brother my siblings and I had growing up. We lived from the big house, you lived upstairs with grandma Erlinda and my Leon family downstairs. We LOVED, baking, watching TV together, playing with a large collection of army men and being a jokester. I've got a good story to tell LOVED a memory of us with our King-Husky pup. Someday, I promise to share...♡

Thank you so much sweet uncle Kimmey for staying connected with us, being near when we needed you the most and sharing Elia and the girls. Although we're heartbroken, we understand it was time God called you home.♡

Love forever and always uncle and please watch over all of us until we meet again.♡

Berlinda Sandoval Bowman

March 31, 2021

My deepest condolences to the Hermosillo family. My thoughts,and prayers are with you during this difficult time. God bless you!
Love, Berlinda

Cheryl Mazur

March 31, 2021

Uncle Phil I miss you already. You always took the time to visit with me at family events. I will cherish you in my heart.


The Cook St. house where Dad grew up