In Memory

Tino Monarez

Faustino  "Tino" Monarez In Loving Memory
Born September 5, 1942 Newton, KS.  Passed Away March 13, 2013 Thornton, CO.

Faustino Monarez, 70 years of age, of Thornton, CO, passed away on March 13, 2013 of Interstitial Lung Disease. Faustino Monarez was born in Newton, KS on September 5, 1942.  He graduated from Newton High School and continued on to receive a draftsman certification. 

Faustino Monarez was Honorably Discharged from the Army in 1968. Faustino Monarez was married to Jasmine J. Monarez on June 29, 1996; they were married 17 years. 

Faustino Monarez worked as a mechanical designer for Sundstrand Fluid Handling, Maxtor, and drove the “Call & Ride” bus for RTD.  He enjoyed fishing, dancing, socializing, and family gatherings.  He was also actively involved in volunteering for the Point of Faith Radio Station, church activities, homeless of downtown Denver, and serving at the Mother’s Day and Christmas Tea’s at the Crossroads Church of Denver. 

Faustino Monarez is survived by (wife) Jasmine J. Monarez, (children) René Monarez, Joseph Monarez, Robert Lara, Laura Lara, August Lara, (grandchildren) Dalton Monarez, Kellen Monarez, Elisha Monarez, Caleb Monarez, Janessa Lara, Tristan Lara, Enrique Lara, Rhiannon Lara, Elijah Whitelaw, Shandella Lara and Lynnette Gallegos, (great grandchildren) Payton Bracken, (brothers) Emilio Monarez, Willie Monarez, Jimmy Monarez, Louie Monarez and (sisters) Catherine Vela, Sally Juarez, Ollie Raya, Mona Koehn and other family and friends. 

Faustino Monarez is preceded in death by (parents) Locadio and Maria Monarez and (brothers) Carlos Monarez and Angel Monarez. 

In lieu of flowers, you can provide a financial contribution to the following organizations in Memory of Faustino Monarez:  Wounded Warriors 

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10/12/14 01:10 AM #1    

Larry H Clark

I have many fond memories of Tino in our younger yrs in Grade School and into High School.  I learned many dirty words in Spanish ,Playing in the rail yard , the YMCA and alot of good ole street play.  I'm sure Tino's family still misses him

Take Care Big Guy,Love ya, Larry

10/15/14 02:03 PM #2    

Judy Donaldson (Winsky)

I remember Tino from being in the same 5th and 6th grade classes at Lincoln Grade School here in Newton.  I also, remember that he always had a twinkle in his dark brown eyes and a slight grin on his face.  He was a very quiet kid but he seemed to enjoy playing with the other boys at recess.  As I read the article in Memory of Tino's passiing away,  I reflected on that period of time and our days of growing up in the 50's, and how life seemed simpler and our friendships with our classmates back then, are now precious to us:)  May God bless all of Tino's family and friends.  Fond memories of  Classmate Judy (Donaldson) Winsky


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