Noah Courtland Craig Carrillo was born in Greeley, CO on March 31, 1994 to Cindy and Adam Carrillo. He was called home on August 23, 2020. He grew up in Greeley, CO where he graduated from Greeley Central High School.
Noah was gifted musically and spent a great deal of time developing his craft. He wrote and produced music. Noah played several instruments, but was especially good at playing the guitar. Noah brought joy and life to a crowd through his exceptional DJ work. Noah trained himself in the art and science of sound engineering and was so helpful to many churches in the Northern Colorado area setting up sound systems and teaching others how to operate them.
He loved history and could talk for hours on any given period of time. He loved being in the mountains and spent time there every chance he got. Noah was very gifted athletically. He wrestled varsity and played varsity football for Greeley Central. He loved working out, staying fit, and eating healthy. Noah fell in love with the ocean at his sister’s wedding. He always said he would always live near the Colorado mountains or near the ocean. He loved being a Colorado native and living near the Rocky Mountains. Noah was a gifted conversationalist. He could talk compassionately with a homeless person or just about anything with anyone. Noah’s best friend Jaxon, a 6 month German Shepherd was his greatest joy.
Noah was a blessing to his family, and was a beloved son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and uncle. He loved his family and his family loved him dearly.
Noah was preceded in death by his grandmother Tavita Martinez and his Uncle Aaron as well as several great grandparents and great uncles and aunts. Noah passed on to his home in Glory just hours before his grandfather Sonny Martinez.
Noah was a blessing who leaves a large family united in his memory, to honor him and his legacy of love, laughter and his passion for music. He lives on through his mom and dad, Cindy and Adam; his sister Kristen; his sister Brooke and brother-in-law Ilia; nieces Livi and Lucia; grandparents John and Lenore Carrillo; Uncle Gary and Aunt Linda; Uncle James; Aunt Sharon; Aunt Tina and Uncle Corey; Aunt Sandie and Uncle Virgil; Aunt Myke and Uncle David; Uncle John and Aunt Alicia; and too many cousins and loved ones to list.
Arrangements pending, private family services to be held at a later date.
Family and friends may leave condolences at www.adamsoncares.com.