Johnathon Paul Santistevan
January 25, 1961 – January 6, 2020
Johnathon P. Santistevan, 58 years 11 months 19 days, gave his beloved soul to God in his eternal service. He was a loving father, husband, brother, son and grandpa whose heart was always with his family. Born January 25, 1961 in Albuqerque, New Mexico and a graduate from Columbine High School Class of 1979. He departed this life on January 6, 2020 surrounded by the ones he loved most in the privacy of his home. He is survived by the love of his life, Debra; his children, George (Esmerelda), Johnathon, Harrison, and Ashleigh (Joshua); grandchildren, Leslie, Khali, Georgie, Landin, Roselynn, Ryila, Nicholas, Luka Jace, Jozie Kate, Evan and Ethan; two great-grandchildren, Analiyah and Angelina; his father Apolonio (Cecelia), brothers David (Valerie), Joseph (Liz), and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his beloved mother Terry L. Santistevan. John was a self-made man who created a successful business with the love of his life and best friend, Debra. You could find John usually in one of three places, at the pool hall instilling his love of the game into whoever wanted to learn, fly fishing, always chasing that “big one”; or enjoying the outdoors with his family and friends. He has left a legacy behind, and touched so many lives. He was so loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. A celebration of Life will be held on January 11, 2020 at 1:30 PM at Crown Hill Mortuary with Reception to follow.
- Celebration of Life Saturday, January 11, 2020
Johnathon Paul Santistevan
January 11, 2020
We played pool league against each other.
We did a few deals on a pool cue and a case.
He was always a good guy to play and deal with.
Taken too soon.
RIP my friend.
January 10, 2020
I only got to meet you and be around you 2 times, once over dinner and once at your cabin in Pine, Deb found a genuine sweet man in you, you were just so kind with me and Russ as if you had known us forever.
When I first heard, I was devastated and still am. I will always remember your sweet smile, kindness and big heart that I got to see and got to know in those visits.
R.I.P. kind soul.
January 9, 2020
I have many fond memories of you Uncle John. I am sorry that your no longer here in physical form but am more greatful your no longer in pain. I know many many loved ones were waiting on you with open arms . Your were an important person in many peoples lives. Your generous heart and laugh are something I will forever cherish. My condolences to all of you in this most unimaginable loss. My prayers, thoughts, and love are with you all. God Bless.