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Louis Levinio Archuleta
July 20, 1942 ~ October 16, 2023 (age 81) 81 Years Old
Louis Levinio Archuleta, 81, passed away October 16, 2023. He was born July 20,1942 in Walsenburg, CO to parents Benjamin and Elodia (Lara) Archuleta who precede him in death along with; in-laws, Mario and Antonia Batuello and sister-in-law, Rosemary Fall.
Louis worked as a foreman at Ryerson Steel in California before returning to Colorado to help his father on the family ranch. Louis retired with 25 years of service from the Colorado Mental Health Hospital in Pueblo and the Trane Corp. as a security officer.
He enjoyed ranching, gardening, growing the hottest chilies, often saying a day without chili is like a day without sunshine! He looked forward to family traditions of making empanadas, tamales and pizzelles at Christmas time. He loved sports and became an avid fan of the NFL Raiders. He enjoyed many games with his family. He also enjoyed traveling to many countries with his family. He liked the challenge of fixing things. He was very patient and meticulous in all his work.
Louis was a family man. He and his loving wife shared a beautiful marriage. He loved his children so much, and his grandchildren and great grandchildren were the apple of his eye. Although he was a man of few words, he always shared his words of wisdom and life lessons with his family. He was so impactful. Louis was a man of God and family first.
Louis leaves to cherish his memory, his wife, Constance Archuleta; his children, Renee (Mike) Gallegos, Louis (Debbie) Archuleta Jr. , Kimberly (Dr. Raymond) Quiñones; grand-children, Kayla Archuleta (Greg), Kendra (Nate) Ochoa, Emily (James) Boizot, Garrison (Gabriela) Ortiz; Sabrina (Josh) Walsh, Parker(Michael) Smith; great-grandchildren, Kolby Prater, Konyr Prater, Kasyn Prater, Clayton Boizot, Liliana Smith, Carlene Boizot, Graesen Ortiz, Wyatt Levinio, and Gracie Anne; sisters, Consuelo (Don) Sedillo and Margaret (Joe) Garcia; brother, Paco (Lori) Archuleta; sisters-in-law, Sylvia (Gary) Seaborn and Pat Fritcher; several nephews and nieces who will love and miss him dearly.
Rosary 10:30 am with Funeral Mass to immediately follow at 11 a.m. Friday November 3, 2023 at Our Lady of the Meadows Catholic Church. Online condolences, www.angeluspueblo.com