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Lewis Charles Trujillo

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Lewis Charles Trujillo, age 58, of Goodyear, Arizona passed away on December 20, 2020 in Goodyear, Arizona. He was born April 15, 1962 to Robert Trujillo and Maxine Heckart in Gallup, New Mexico.

Lewis died peacefully at home surrounded by his family. He was a loving, devoted and loyal husband, father, grandfather, son, and brother. He made friends wherever he went. You would never have to ask him for twice for help. He made everyone laugh until they cried. He will be greatly missed by family and friends everywhere.

Lewis is survived by his wife, Francine, his sons; Eric Trujillo, Kevin Trujillo and his wife Joy, his sister; Elizabeth Diaz, his brothers; Angelo Trujillo, Steven Trujillo, and Robert Trujillo Jr., his parents; Maxine and Mark Heckert, as well as his three grandchildren; Lucian, Makaelynn, and Nickolas. He is preceded in death by his brother, Thomas Trujillo, his father; Robert Trujillo, his paternal grandparents; Pete and Mary Trujillo, and his maternal grandparents; John and Connie Silva.

The family has selected Angelo Trujillo, Elizabeth Diaz, Rob Mathers and David Radosevich to act as pallbearers for the service to be held.

A funeral mass will be held Monday, January 11, 2021 at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church at 10:30AM. Burial services will be held at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery following the funeral mass.

The family suggests that in lieu of flowers to make a donation in Lewis’s name to www.als.az.org.

6 Comments on “Lewis Charles Trujillo

  1. God Bless You my Dear Brother Lewis 🙏🏼 You will truly be missed, but your not in pain and at peace. Until we meet again I Love You forever and always ❤️So sorry for your loss 💔 My prayers are with you Francine,Eric,Kevin,Joy, Lucian, Makaelyn, Nickolas. . May God Bless and be with you all🙏🏼

  2. Lewis hired me a a foreman and gave me a lot of trust. He was a great supervisor and we became friends quickly. I admired his drive and enthusiasm and how much he cared for those he worked with. I missed him when he left. My prayers are with Lewis’ family. May you find peace in this time of sorrow.

  3. Lewis you have always been a wonderful friend and brother to me when we were all just getting out of high school I used to love to hang out with you and Francine at your apt. in Gallup we would all laugh at the hilarious joking around and enjoyed each others company . Best times of my life were then, we were all finding our way. You skyrocketed my friend it was no surprise . You always strived to be the best, a quality I always admired . God has brought you home and now you bask in the glory of our Lord Jesus. A new body, no more tears no more pain. I’ve missed you , but I’m happy for you and your beautiful family that you are at peace.

  4. Lewis, may you rest in peace. You lived life to the fullest and at the end, fought the good fight. I admired you for it. Shelly and I will miss you, our friend. You will be remembered as a good, hard-working and loving man; it was a pleasure knowing you. Fran, you and the family were the light of his life and I know that he loved all of you much. May God be with you.

    Shelly and Julio Benezra

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