OBITUARY

Gary Joseph Sandoval, Jr.

December 16, 1980May 6, 2019
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Gary Joseph Sandoval Jr., age 38 passed away on Monday, May 6, 2019. Gary was born December 16, 1980 in Thornton, Colorado.

A visitation for Gary will be held Thursday, May 16, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM. Following the visitation will be a funeral service at 2:00 PM both at Olinger Highland Mortuary Chapel located at 10201 Grant Street in Thornton, Colorado.

Fond memories of Gary and expressions of sympathy for his family may be shared at the guest book below.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, May 16, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, May 16, 2019

Memories

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Jamie Schlener

May 18, 2019

Dareth Cruz

May 17, 2019

Dareth Cruz

May 17, 2019

G was my best friend till the very end he still is... and my partner for 10 yrs. I have too many memories to share but what mainly bonded us was our geekness for comic books and videos games. We had so much fun over the years. We traveled we cosplayed we just had the best time together. I miss him... his smile... his voice... his energy... his love. He lives on in my heart and our children

Jamie Schlener

May 17, 2019

G.J.
Even though I have not spoke or seen you in many years, you have made a life long impression on me. A peace of my heart has gone with you. When I think of you all I remember is all the fun times we had together. You were such a sweet loving soul.

Randy Brooks

May 17, 2019

G.j or as we all called him G... He is a very loving soul.. I was a younger cousin to him... And because I was young I didnt get to share a lot of memmories with him.. The ones I do share with him will be treasured forever... Ive know G all my life.. From the time I was born him and candi was plotting on how to torture me..lol.. me and g.j didnt get along at first I think it was because we both wanted to play with my sister.. But one day we finally played with each other and was good friends since... He all ways stuck up for me when all the other cousin's was picking on me. He was like a big brother to me.. I looked up to him.. He was the coolest person I know.. I loved that he could draw anything stright out of his mind.. He was a one of a kind person and no one could ever replace him.. He showed me my first comic book.. I watched my first horror movie with him... It was Jason takes Manhattan... We all used to see who could stay up the longest and the first one to sleep got make up and shaving cream ..of coarse it was allways me..... I love you cousin I hope to see you in the next life... You will all ways be my G

Brandy Olivas

May 15, 2019

GJ was a sweet soul. He was laid back, easy going and cool as hell. I can still hear his laugh. I’m grateful that he was my cousin and will have tons of love for him forever.

Mike Olivas

May 15, 2019

Mike Olivas

May 15, 2019

Out of the entire family - GJ was the most talented artist of all. Everything he put onto paper came straight out of his head. I always admired that about him. As twisted as some of his art could be - It was always bad ass and amazing. HE was bad ass and amazing! I will love and miss him always! Love u G!
Uncle Mike

Matt Walker

May 14, 2019

GJ was a magnificent friend and I am forever grateful to have known him and to have been a part of each others lives.

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