Miguel Trujillo

Obituary of Miguel Donicio Trujillo

A most loving son, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend has been called by our Lord peacefully at his home with his mother at his side on April 7, 2022 in Las Vegas, New Mexico. He was born on January 1, 1991 in Las Vegas, New Mexico to Martha Avila. He was the official new year’s baby in 1991.

Miguel was cheerful and joyful while adapting to his life with disabilities. Miguel constantly improved his independence and sense of empowerment and outlook. He is a 2010 high school graduate from Highland High School from Albuquerque, NM. Miguel worked as a stockperson for Goodwill, Adelante and Lowes Grocery Store. He enjoyed watching scary movies, playing video games, riding NM State Fair carnival rides and being with his family.

Miguel is preceded in death by his great-grandmothers, Emma Roybal, Pablita Almanzar, grandfather Donicio Almanzar, Jr., Great-grand father, Jose Royal, and Donicio (Chato) Almanzar, Sr., Uncle Antonio (Tony) Almanzar, cousin Anthony Almanzar, Aunt Lupe and Keith Shirk, and his Nina Patsy Dimas

He is survived by his mother Martha Avila, sister Theresa Trujillo (Troy), brother Kevin Trujillo (Angelica), nieces Nevaeh, and Evangelyne, and nephews Hilario and Ezequiel and special aunts Mary Montano and Faith Rivera, Uncle and Aunt Harold and Lucinda Garcia, and Margaret Ludi, Aunt Lucille and Annabelle, Roque Padilla. He is also survived by his Nino Vincent Garcia and numerous cousins and friends.

 Arrangements are entrusted to the Riverside Funeral Home.

Rosary will take place on April 29,2022 at 9:00 am with funeral mass following the rosary at 9:30 am at the Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Las Vegas, New Mexico.

Our Lady of Sorrows church is located at 403 Valencia Street, Las Vegas, NM 87701.


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