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Lucille Cordova

November 7th, 1940 - March 9th, 2024

Lucille Cordova passed away on March 9th, 2024. She was born to Martin and Candelarita Lopez on November 7th, 1940, in Monta Vista, Colorado. Lucille is survived by her daughters Jeanette (Wiley) Coleman, Yolanda Cordova and Laura Vargas. She is also survived by her grandchildren Raymond (Eva), Christina (Mark), Jaclyn, Andrew, Mercedes (Adolfo), Phylicia and Deljanae; as well as 12 great-grandchildren.



A viewing will be held at Aspen Mortuaries in Lakewood, CO (1350 Simms Street, Lakewood, CO 80401) on Thursday March 21st, from 12 pm to 4 pm. 


Rosary & Mass

A Rosary will be held on Friday March 22nd, at 9:15 am at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church (2645 E 48th Ave. Denver, CO 80216) with a mass to follow. 



Immediately following mass, family and friends are welcome to join the funeral procession to Mount Olivet Cemetery for a closing ceremony and interment. 



Carl Park Ccommunity Center

5401 Meade St, Denver CO 80221

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Jeanette Cordova Coleman

I am a big Broncos fan because of my mom. I remember always watching the games when I was younger wearing our Orange Crush T-shirts cheering on our quarterback Craig Morton. Love 💕 you mom. I am happy that you and daddy are back together again 🥰

Published March 21st, 2024

Jazmin Barrientos

I will miss my great grandma, Im happy that you are with grandpa again❤️‍🩹

Published March 19th, 2024

Yolanda Cordova

I will miss my Mom going on Vacation with me. She loved Las Vegas. We were always at the casinos in Black hawk. Love you Mom.

Published March 19th, 2024

Adrienne Atencio

Love you Nina.

Published March 20th, 2024

Phylicia Gillespie

I love and miss you so much grams! I know you’re up there with gramps playing poker ♥️ I will miss our vacations!

Published March 19th, 2024


What is your earliest memory of Lucille?

Grandma Cordova would always have fresh home made tortillas & sopapillas ready when we got home from school.

Published March 19th, 2024

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