OBITUARY

Louis Darrell Chacon

April 30, 1961January 3, 2020

Louis Darrell Chacon passed away on Friday, January 3, 2020 at the young age of 58. He was born April 30, 1961 in Denver, Colorado to the late Manuel and Charlotte Chacon. In addition to his parents, Louis is preceded in death by Charlotte Ramirez Chacon. Louis was a loving son and brother to 3 Sisters Rosiero Lovato ( The late Joseph Lovato ) Manuela ( Nella) Lovato Frederick Lovato Theresa Chacon 3 Brothers he proceeded in death Jess Chacon Delores Chacon Ralph Ramirez(Bess Ramires) Bonifacio(Chuck) Chacon Cyndi Chacon 9 niece's and nephew's Chenalle Lovato Joseph Lovato Pamela Martinez Gregory Lovato Jessica Lovato Sharon Lopez Michael Lopez Karen Ocañas Tony Ocañas Paul Lovato Sasha Johnson Phil Johnson Sadie Chacon Caroline Pfahl Richard Pfahl and 30 great niece's and nephew's and 19 great great niece's and nephew's and a life time of friend from childhood to adulthood his special friends Rosemary Munis life time brothers Neal Mondschein Don Bove Castello brother's oleander brothers and the Hoskiss family.

Louis’s life-long best friend was his dog Oscar Willie. He will forever be sadden without his master.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Memories

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Sasha Chacon Johnson

January 11, 2020

Dear Uncle Lou,
I’m having such a hard time with your passing, I just don’t want to believe it, it’s too hard, the pain is too much but I know you wouldn’t want us to be sad, but we all are, deeply heart broken. Death is such a hard thing for my mind and heart to process, what I learned in my dad’s passing is that it will take time, years to work through this loss, and I’ll always wish we had more time with you! I will honor you by trying to move forward each day as you did, with strength, courage, openness, gratitude and zest for life! You’ve crossed over now Uncle, give my love to my dad and Grandma Charlotte! You will always be missed 💚

Bob Ward

January 10, 2020

I was saddened to hear of Louis death. We were neighbors, schoolmates, friends back in the day in the old Park Hill neighborhood! Unfortunately, I personally do not participate in social media. Therefore, I missed out on what was a wonderful life and human being to those that knew him intimately, according to the posts listed. I found out of his passing through childhood friends. I would like to share a memory: To this day, every time I hear Led Zeppelin’s song, Cashmere, I think of Louis!! Was on the old eight track cassettes! Sitting in my old ‘68 VW Bug!! Let’s just say , he was enjoying a “smoke”, myself a beverage! We would rock out to that song over and over!! God speed Louis! My heart felt condolences to his family and friends! Playing Cashmere. Rest In Peace my friend!

Jennifer Adams

January 10, 2020

Louis came into my life about a year ago. A friend suggested I connect with him on Instagram.
Louis and I became brother and sister over this year. He posted things that will touch my life forever. The day he died he posted a song for me from an artist I’d never heard from. He signed it as my brother. I cry every time I listen. As Louis taught me so much over this past year. I have true love for my brother. A-Ho Louis. You are ascending, and flying with angels now. Love you forever my brother ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Jennifer Hampton

January 10, 2020

I went to high school with Louis. A lot of us called him Loui back then. I remember that he was especially warm and thoughtful. I always felt comfortable with him. Once, he and I were chatting at a party that took place right after I graduated from high school in 1981. I was planning to go away to school in Vermont. I told him that I was feeling scared and like I would miss home a lot. He said "Well, at least you're dealing with it now." I think he helped me to be more aware of my own feelings at that crossroads in life. Just a good person, Loui was. I will miss him. I also enjoyed his wonderful posts on Face Book. Thank you, Loui, for sharing your gentle spirit with us.

Kim Andresky

January 10, 2020

A truly great human being, I did so love knowing you Louis. I will be reminded of you in every meadow, every mountain, every stream. Always love brother..

Theresa Chacon

January 9, 2020

My dearest brother. You had the biggest heart, non judge-ment person I know. You taught me so much. I'm greatful you allowed me to journal with you your life. Oscar Willy is heart broken as I am. Brother I love you so very much . Thank you for the journey we traveled with this disease. I know your with Daddy, Mom and brothers. I know this will be hard for me Iwe went to every appointment together I never wanted you to feel you were alone. I thank you letting me part of that. You taught me so many things. You loved life , good food, wonderful conversation and when posting you took time researching and reading what you posted. Your heart and soul is your gifts yo each of us. Oscar Willy is heart broken he can figure this out.

I'll have to learn to cook like you Did, you spoiled me dealy.

I will Love You Always and for ever. Louis fly throgh the skies I will be looking for you. 💔🐕

Sister Theresa

Kim Grantham

January 8, 2020

From the second I met you at Cousin Cyndi and Chacon's wedding I loved you! So many great memories with you in Denver that Wedding Weekend! So glad we got to share more family time together in West Branch when you were last here dog sitting for Cyndi's dogs and we threw the impromptu Party with all the Rummells Cousins at Herb and Lou's! You ended the night with "Always Love Sister" when I dropped you back off at Cyndi's house that night as you did each and every time I talked to you! You will be forever missed! 💔 Always Love our Sweet Lou! ALWAYS LOVE ❤🌹❤🌹

Della Timmons

January 8, 2020

Louie my dear sweet friend. You gave so much to so many of us. I love you, I will miss you but I know you are truly in Paradise with all of your brothers, your dear sweet Mother & Father. You will live for ever in my heart & in so many of our hearts. You will truly be missed. Rest in peace that you so deserve. God Bless you Louis D. Chacon..🙏❤️

chenalle Lovato

January 8, 2020

My uncle Lou. I'm sure going to miss you but I know your with grandma Charlotte and grandpa Manuel and your brother's and my dad I'm sure there will be days you will come and visit me and guide me the way I promise you I will take care of my mother your sister and help Karen with aunt nella and do our best to watch over aunt theresa I'll miss you on our birthdays April will for sure be sad but I'll look up at the sun rise a sing to you ok I love you uncle louise I'm going to miss you dearly watch over us ok

Tommie Storms

January 8, 2020

Thank you for your positive presence, uplifting word and warm embraces, Lou. I love you with my full heart, whenever you cross my mind.

There is a Jewish proverb that says something like, no man ever dies who remains in the memory of even one. In that case, may you live forever, my friend.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY