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Wilfredo Horacio Roybal

July 30, 1935 - July 31, 2021
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Kyle Briggs

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Wilfredo Horacio Roybal

July 30, 1935 - July 31, 2021

Wilfred Roybal also known as Willie to all. He was born on July 30, 1935 in Santa Fe New Mexico to  Ferminia and Adolfo  Roybal Sr He is preceded in death by his parents, wife Luz  Roybal , daughters Rebecca Martinez, Teresa Palencia, sons Gerald Roybal, Wilfred Roybal Jr., brother Adolfo Roybal Jr. And grandson David Martinez. Wilfred is survived by  his daughters Melvina Roybal, Cynthia Roybal and Brenda Bustillos , brothers Daniel and Jim Roybal , sisters Laura Roybal and Melvina Velasquez, 25 Grandchildren; 43 Great Grandchildren; 1 Great Great Grandchild and many beloved friends and relatives. Wilfred  had a love for the outdoors, He was a very hard working man ,every job he ever worked had to do with being outdoors  . He enjoyed just driving  taking in the scenery,.relaxing and fishing at the lake whenever it was possible. Wilfred lived a full life during his  86 years and in the end  he came to peace with the lord before he passed on July 31st 2021.

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Soledad Acosta
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Soledad Acosta
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Mari Rodríguez All my life I’ll keep with me all the great memories of US two, and how lucky I have been to have a grandpa like you! You will truly be missed. I love you grandpa 😔❤️
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Monica Diaz I love you abuelito. Thank you for all the memories you left us. Till we meet again ♥️
over 1 year ago

Johnny Velazquez Remembering our brother. Our brother, Wilfred(Willie) H. Roybal, went home to be with the Lord, on his 86th birthday, July 30th, 2021. A family member wrote the following upon hearing of Willie's passing. “He was reborn in heaven, the day he was sent to earth on his assignment.” We will never know what his assignment was, but of this we are certain, God knew, and so did our brother. He was a hard worker, who gave it his all, no matter what the job entailed. We can attest to the fact, that he was not a lazy person, but someone who took pride in his given tasks. He loved Law Enforcemant, and took pride in this endeavor. While residing in the city of Albuquerque, he was hired by the Bernalillo County Sheriff Dept. as a Deputy Sheriff. During the month of September, he would work on his days off at the New Mexico State Fair, as a Security Guard. Upon relocating to Colorado, he was hired as the Chief of Police, in a small community. How he loved this profession! We wouldn't be surprised, if his assignment in heaven, is directing traffic, lol. His second love was, driving semis, and tour buses. It became apparent, that he had, if you wish, a unique calling regarding the aforementioned. God had His loving hands on Willie, as Mom continually prayed for his salvation and safety. The Lord did answer her prayers, as he became a believer, and because of it, he is enjoying himself, in the presence of his Savior. We can only imagine the joy in Mom's face, upon Willie's arrival. Willie, You will be missed by those who loved you. One day, we will all be reunited, never to be separated again. What a glorious day that will be. We, Aunt Lorraine, Aunt Melvina, and Uncle Johnny, extend our deepest condolences, love and support, to our nieces, Melvina, Sherry Brenda, and Cynthia, during these trying times. We pray blessings, peace and joy, over the entire family.
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