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Carlos Roybal

Carlos Feliciano Roybal

Monday, January 5th, 1953 - Sunday, April 26th, 2020
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Carlos Feliciano Roybal
1/5/1953 ~ 4/26/2020

Carlos Feliciano Roybal (67) passed away on April 26, 2020 due to complications with the Covid 19 virus. He was born on January 5, 1953 in San Isidro Norte, New Mexico to his parents, Carlos (Erinea) Roybal. He grew up in Las Vegas, New Mexico and Dora, New Mexico. He attended Dora High School and later moved to Greeley, CO. He married Debbie Garcia on February 2, 1990 in Greeley.

Carlos was self-employed as a courier. He loved his family, his children, and his Grandchildren. He was an avid fisherman, loved camping, sports of all kinds, especially baseball. He worked hard at teaching his kids about the meaning of life. He was a strong Christian man, and especially loved to make people laugh. They attended Calvary Chapel in Greeley together.

Preceding Carlos in death are his mother Erinea, his sister Maggie, and his baby brother Richard.

He is survived by his wife Debbie Roybal of Greeley,his father Carlos, his children; David Villareal of Greeley, Rachelle (Jason) Peterson of Greeley, and Herminio “Chuey” Garcia of Greeley. His Grandchildren remember him well; Enriques, Isaiah, Josiah, Elijah, Tyus, Mya, Ayla, Elizabeth, Zavior, Zander, and Zia, Melodee and Sabastian. He also has 3 Great Grandchildren. His siblings; Mary Lou (Martin) Gurule, Diane Trevino, Alvin (Maria) Roybal, Henrietta Roybal, Jerry (Valerie) Roybal, and Gene Roybal, all from Greeley.

Please make donations to the American Cancer Society. To leave condolences for Carlos Roybal’s family, please visit www.adamsoncares.com
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Mark Fode

Posted at 10:19pm
I worked many years with Carlos and his wife, and enjoyed visiting with them. They are hard workers, dedicated to being dependable as well as friendly. I will miss Carlos and send my prayers to his family.
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Piele Family

Posted at 10:51am
Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
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Peter Derk

Posted at 01:20pm
I'd see Carlos a couple of times every week at work, and he always had a laugh or a smile. He added a little joy to the day for a lot of people. I'll miss seeing him, and I know a lot of others will, too.
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Connie Epley

Posted at 08:51pm
We recently got reacquainted with Carlos after many years....and when we caught up with him again, it was like we just saw him the day before.. He was a great Guy back in the eighties and an even greater Guy in the last few years. He will be sorely missed. May you Rest In Peace Carlos!!!!

Barry and Connie Epley
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Jim Ullmann

Posted at 04:33pm
Debbie and Family. I met Carlos at our radiation treatments. Not a place we wanted to be, but he and myself and five other patients became good friends. In fact, going to our treatments became fun and overpowered the real reason we were there. After our patient graduation, we continued to get together for lunch and have more good times. Carlos would sit back and quietly smile at the rest of us when we got a little loud and crazy. Carlos will be sadly missed at our gatherings, and forever in our hearts and our lives. Our Deepest Sympathy Jim and Sherry Ullmann
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