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Gilbert Cordova

November 7th, 1927 - March 31st, 2011

Gilbert Cordova passed away on March 31, 2011. He was born to Juan and Santa Anita Cordova on November 7, 1927. He was raised in Vaughn, New Mexico. Survived by his wife, Lucille Cordova; Daughters: Jeanette, Yolanda, Laura, Elaine, Barbara, Linda, Elizabeth & Ernestine; Son, John; Also survived by brothers: Art, Ernie and George Cordova and Sisters: Mary Blackwell, Linda Baca and Viola Quintana; and several Grandkids, Great Grandkids and extended family. Viewing and Rosary will be held at Aspen Mortuary of Commerce City on Tuesday, April 5, 2011 starting at 5 pm with the Rosary to begin at 6 pm. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church 2645 E. 48th Ave. Denver, CO 80216 at 10:30 am on Wednesday, April 6, 2011, followed by interment at Mt Olivet Cemetery. Reception to follow at the American Legion Hall 5421 E. 71st Ave. Commerce City, CO 80022. Birth: Nov 7, 1927, Sombrio, New Mexico Death: Mar 31, 2011, Thornton, Colorado

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Aspen Mortuaries - Lakewood

Aspen Mortuaries - Lakewood

Established in 1984, Aspen Mortuaries was founded with a singular purpose — to offer Lakewood families personalized end-of-life care. Our comprehensive services include a selection of caskets, urns, and memorial items designed to honor your loved one with dignity and respect. Whether you're considering cremation or a traditional burial, our team of experts help you plan a truly unique and meaningful memorial. A full-service funeral home, Aspen works with local cemeteries and has specialized services to veterans and their families, such as burial or interment at a national veterans cemetery.

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