Ricky Antonio Aragon, 56, A resident of Chama passed away on January 24, 2022 due to injuries of a motorcycle accident.
Ricky was a loving brother, son, brother-in-law, and friend. He loved joking around, spending time with family and friends. He will be missed dearly by the people who knew him.
Ricky is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents Pete and Nellie Marquez, paternal grandparents Salomon and Anita Aragon, parents Olivia Grijalva and Lorenzo Aragon, brother Frankie Aragon, Aunts Bernie Montoya and Helen Valencia, Uncles Cipriano Marquez (Cippie) and Freddie Montoya, nephew John Joseph Lovato (J.J.), cousins Eddie Aragon, David Aragon, Boy Marquez, Monique Montoya, and brother-in-law Joseph Lovato.
Ricky is survived by his companion Reyes Rivas, daughters Jennifer Aragon of Los Alamos, Esther Lovato of El Duende, brothers and sisters, Andrew Aragon and wife Dora of Española; Juanita Aragon and companion Javier of El Llano; Anita Aragon and husband Luis of Medenales; Philip Aragon (Felipe) of Hernandez; Elizabeth Aragon and companion Roberto of Rio Chama; Nellie Lovato and husband Anthony of Hernandez; Salomon Aragon of El Llano. Uncles Gilbert Sr., Mike, Roman (R.A.) Aragon and wife Sylvia of Española, Antonio (Billy) Aragon of Española. Aunts Patsy Marquez of Pajarito, Mary Martinez and husband Ernesto of Los Luceros. Close niece Esperanza Lovato of Rio Chama.
Ricky is also survived by numerous grandkids, nieces, nephews, family, and friends that will truly miss him.
Mass for burial will be held at St. Patrick Catholic Church of Chama and cremation burial will be held Sacred Heart Church of Española.