October 28, 1921 – June 8, 2018
Primitivo Romero, age 96, of Thornton, Colorado passed away on Friday June 8, 2018. He was born in Anton Chico, New Mexico on October 28, 1921. He shared his life with his beloved wife, Mary "Mandy" Romero, they were married in Denver, Colorado on June 1st 1947. Primitivo's loving family includes his children: Sally Sandoval, Joseph Romero, Rudy Romero, Lorraine Harding, John Romero, Evy Graziano, Paul Romero, Susan Apodaca, Darlene Romero, and Kathy Martinez. Continuing on Primitivo's memory are also, his 22 grandchildren, 33 great grandchildren, and 33 great great grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his wife Mary Romero, his son Joseph Romero, his parents, and his brothers & sisters.
A Recitation of the Rosary for Primitivo will be held Monday, June 18, 2018 beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church located at 3050 W 76th Ave in Westminster, Colorado. A Memorial Mass will occur Tuesday, June 19, 2018 beginning at 9:30 a.m. also at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church located at 7595 North Federal Boulevard, Westminster, Colorado.
Fond memories of Primitivo and expressions of sympathy for his family may be shared at the guest book below.
- Recitation of the Rosary Monday, June 18, 2018
- Memorial Mass Tuesday, June 19, 2018
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June 19, 2018
So many memories of the loving, caring man of God I called Papa. One story Papa shared with me was when I was a little girl and I fell down cutting my lip. He carried me crying to the doctor to get stitches & held me as I cried. He said he cried because I cried. Over the years I have seen that same compassion & love over & over with my family. My Papa taught me that loving & serving Jesus was the most important thing we could do & he lead by example including praying without ceasing for his family. Although I miss my Papa so much I know he is walking streets of gold in Heaven with my beautiful Mama. Thank you Papa for loving me! Your daughter, Lorraine
June 14, 2018
My most cherished memories of my Abuelito are probably the simple moments, like following him around while he did his day in and day out tasks. I loved watching him shave, I used to think it was so neat watching him slather soap on his face with his shave brush. And then sharing meals with him, I used to wish I could use my tortilla to scoop up my food the same way. To watching him tune and play his guitar, work with his tools in his tool shed, to watching him love each of my children by singing to them and squeezing their little hands the list could go on and on, and as such so will his legacy. To say I will miss him is a tremendous understatement, but thankfully I can say I have countless memories to hold onto until we meet again.