Fermin Salazar

Fermin Michael Salazar Jr.

Monday, July 9th, 1951 - Tuesday, April 14th, 2020
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Fermin Michael Salazar, Jr. 68, of Greeley, passed away on April 14, 2020 in Greeley, CO. He was born to Fermin Salazar, Sr. and Helen (DeLaTorre) Salazar on July 9, 1951 in Greeley, Colorado.

Fermin grew up in LaSalle and graduated from Valley High School. He participated in football, wrestling and summer baseball. After graduating high school, he completed his Associate’s Degree from Aims Community College in Greeley. He worked at Kodak over 20 years in engineering/maintenance as a sheet film supervisor/advisor.

Fermin enjoyed building cars. Fermin was a gentle, kind person and dearly loved his family especially his mother, son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter. He valued his friendship with Norman Yago and cousin, Christina DeLaTorre. He and his sense of humor will be dearly missed by all who knew him.

Fermin is survived by his son, Bryan (Maggie) Davis; granddaughter, Katie Davis; his mother; siblings, Anita Salazar, Benita (Pablo) Salas, Patricia (Rudy) Robles, Rick Salazar, Connie (MJ) Warmhoff and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his father. Services will be held at a later date. Fermin will be buried at Eaton Cemetery.
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    Eaton Cemetery
    500 South Christensen Avenue
    EATON, CO 80615
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Jim Ells

Posted at 08:38pm
Sadened to hear of Fermin passing ,thoughts and prays to Helen and Anita and all family.Will miss chats about cars and laughs about life and La Salle . Will be missed
Jim Ells

Christina DeLaTorre

Posted at 12:28pm
I am sad that Fermin won’t be here to describe his last built car to me, but I will remember dearly our conversations & hearing about his hobby & granddaughter he so loved.

Deb Smith

Posted at 03:49pm
We are so saddened to hear of Fermin’s passing. Stan remembers what a great kicker he was in football and we both remember his great sense of humor. Sending heartfelt condolences to his family.

Stan and Deb Smith

J Simmons

Posted at 04:31pm
Rest In Peace, Fermin. Our condolences to his friends and family.

Tom and Julie Simmons

Helen Salazar Posted at 12:02am

Thank you for caring.

Mark Moreno

Posted at 10:53am
I am surely going to miss you Fermin. I can remember all the laughs you brought me at Mac's truck stop and to show me your latest motor head projects. You were a genius and both laughter and creativity. I will never forget our first Stugis trip together and after a long ride we stopped at rest area, pulled out our bags and later the auto sprinklers went on, soaked us to the bone got our bikes soaking wet. We stood on the dry side walk in our underwear, you found a dry cigarette, lit it up and asked me what were all the truck drivers were looking at. There was the genius again, found comedy in a very wet situation. I will see you that truck stop a again. I will wash your windows, check your oil, air your tires anytime. Love ya! Man.
Mark Moreno


Helen Salazar Posted at 12:02am

Mark, it means so much to us that you shared this. We could just see and hear Fermin in this story. You described him well. Thank you so much. Helen and family.

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