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Olinger Funeral, Cremation & Cemetery - Crown Hill

7777 West 29th Ave, Wheat Ridge, CO

OBITUARY

Tony Sisneros Jr.

November 23, 1954March 14, 2020
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Tony Sisneros Jr. was born November 23, 1954 in Ocate, New Mexico. His family moved to Denver in his early childhood and he graduated from West High School. He joined the army in 1973. In August of 1973 he married Delphia Pacheco; they were married happily for 47 years. In 1975 while serving in Landstuhl, Germany his son Eric was born. He completed his service in 1976 and returned to Denver where he attended trade school and pursued a career as an automotive and heavy equipment mechanic. In 1980 his daughter Christina was born. He retired after 30 years with the Colorado Department of Transportation in 2015 to spend more time with his family. During his retirement he enjoyed watching game shows, westerns, various family sitcoms and his favorite- professional wrestling. Tony was a role model and mentor to many. Tony was a loving husband, father and grandfather who left a lasting impression on everyone he met, who's life was taken too early. Tony will be missed dearly by all.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, March 19, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Friday, March 20, 2020

Memories

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Renee Robinson

March 20, 2020

What a wonderful man Tony was and he always had a smile on his face.

Barb Martinez

March 19, 2020

The Sisneros Family have been neighbors and friends for 35 years. More than that, we are family. Tony will be greatly missed.

Bob Alexander

March 18, 2020

Tony was, and always will be my friend.

Barb Alexander

March 18, 2020

I will forever remember seeing Tony's huge smile. It was there, without fail. He was a great person and will be missed.

Benjamin Aragon

March 17, 2020

Uncle Tony was is and always be one of the biggest role models of my life he show us how to be a man take care of our families and most of all have fun and enjoy life. One of the things I will miss the most is when he'd yell Benjie and no matter what I'd say yeah and he'd say shut up and we all would just laugh love you uncle miss you!

Gordon Martinez

March 16, 2020

Back in our younger days, Tony & I enjoyed riding our bikes at nite when all the crazy drivers were off the road. Good times! Tony came to the rescue many times when I thought I knew how to fix a vehicle, Greatest mechanic I've ever known. We've had the honor to have the Sisneros family as neighbors for 35 years. They will always be family to us. Tony my homeboy, I will miss you & that big smile. Rest in peace Master Tony, Weedhopper Gordon will miss you.

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