Raymond Charles Arellano

November 16, 1951May 17, 2020

ARELLANO, Raymond Charles, 68, of Broomfield, CO, passed away May 17, 2020. Born in Pueblo, CO, he was a Conductor for Union Pacific Railroad, having retired in 2012 after 39 years and 6 months of service. Raymond loved to fish, golf and traveling with his wife of 47 lovely years. He was a kind and loving man who loved to make people laugh. He always had encouraging, great words of wisdom. Raymond was a God fearing man who was predeceased by his father Reuben Arellano, grandma Estrella Arellano, God-father - Uncle- Narciso Arellano and mother-in-law Lucy Rodriguez and is survived by his wife Esther Arellano, son Ray Arellano (Angelica), mother Caroline Arellano, brother Richard Arellano (Victoria), Sister Gloria Gutierrez (Ramon) and grandchildren Justine Arellano and Michelle Arellano. If people want to send contributions, the family has a go fund me


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Rios Family

May 25, 2020

We will always remember the joy and laughter you brought to our family. Thank you for taking me (Joe) and teaching me how to fish, and being part of my life.
We will miss you.

John 10:27-29

“My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. I give them eternal life, and they will never perish, and no one will snatch them out of my hand. My Father, who has given them to me, is greater than all, and no one is able to snatch them out of the Father’s hand.”

Jerry & Sandy Schwien

May 22, 2020

To Ray & Family
When we had the pleasure of meeting your Dad, we could tell he was a sincere and principled man. He passed his values onto to you. One of the greatest things a Dad can do. We could tell he loved his family.
Jerry & Sandy Schwien

Ray Arellano

May 20, 2020

Dad you were my hero, the one I turned to for advice and guidance. You loved me unconditional your words of wisdom I will never forget. I will miss hearing you say “my son my son my #1 son”. You taught me how to be a hard worker, pray and serve the Lord. You blessed my life and so many others with your sense of humor. I love you and will forever miss you.

Annette Everett

May 20, 2020

Uncle Ray so many memories, when you walked into the room you lite it up, your sence of humor amazing, I will miss your sarcastic funny loving remarks. May you rest in peace, I know you are already in heaven making all the Angels laugh with joy.. I love you... prays to Auntie and Ray Jr..

Angelica Perez

May 20, 2020

Raymond, you have impacted my life in so many ways and I can’t thank you enough for giving me godly advice and being my spiritual father. I could not ask for a better father-in-law! You and your family truly were God sent to me! I love you and I will truly miss our talks!


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