Let the memory of Veronica be with us forever
  • 62 years old
  • Born on October 21, 1952 in La Junta, Colorado, United States.
  • Passed away on November 27, 2014 in Pueblo, Colorado, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Veronica Trujillo, 62, born on October 21, 1952 and passed away on November 27, 2014. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Sandy Wilkins on 21st October 2017
Happy Birthday Sister! Today is not a day for sadness but a day for celebration. A celebration when you entered this world. A celebration for the years you brought laughter and joy to your family. A celebration for the lives you touched with your love and care. You will always be in our hearts and greatly missed. Love, Your Sisters, Brothers and Dad
Posted by Sandy Wilkins on 28th November 2016
Dearest Sister, Another year has come and the grief we feel is as painful as the day we all said goodbye. We are consoled by our memories of you but it is only temporary. Wanting to see you and talk to you weighs heavy on our hearts. Until we meet again, we will have to be content seeing you and talking to you in our dreams. Rest peacefully sister. Love and miss you, Your Sisters, Brothers and Dad
Posted by Sandy Wilkins on 22nd October 2016
Happy Birthday sister. I know it's one day late writing it in words. But don't think I forgot. It was just the opposite. You were on my mind and in my heart all day. Yesterday we said goodbye to Zeke and Cassandra's dad and as I prayed for him and for Liz and the kids I know you heard me wish you a happy birthday. You have a familiar face to join your group in heaven and from what I hear, he has a great sense of humor. I miss you and hope you and momma celebrated your special day together with lots of laughter. Love and miss you!!
Posted by Sandy Wilkins on 5th December 2015
Just One More Time Just one more time I want to hear your voice and see your smiling face. Just one more time I want to hear you quote lines from" Steel Magnolias" with your southern flair. Just one more time I want to taste your chocolate strawberries and devour the fudge you make with love and care. Just one more time I want us girls to sit around mom's dining room table and share stories that make us laugh until our bladders almost burst. Just one more time I want to see that eyebrow raise in disapproval or raised when you are feeling naughty. Just one more time I want to say I love and appreciate you for the care you gave our mother. Just one more time will never come because a year ago today we laid you to rest. So, until we meet again, rest peacefully my dear sister.
Posted by Christine Kimel on 27th November 2015
We thought of you with love today, But that is nothing new. We thought about you yesterday, And the days before that too. We think of you in silence, We often speak your name. Now all we have are memories, And your picture in a frame. Your memory is our keepsake, With which we'll never part. God has you in his keeping, We have you in our hearts. Forever in our hearts... With love from Your Sisters, Brothers and Dad
Posted by Sandy Wilkins on 21st October 2015
I'm missing you, especially today. So many birthdays shared between us. Your first away from home. A blanket of memories and laughter I use to comfort me when I have my lowest days. The day I said goodbye left a hole of grief I cannot fill no matter how much I try. But, today is a day to celebrate you on this side of heaven for the 62 years of love you brought into my life. Happy Birthday Sister!
Posted by Laura Wilkins on 19th April 2015
Love and miss you Aunt V ❤️ give grandma a huge hug & kiss from us.

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