Marcos Andres Trujillo
Marcos, on a beautiful fall day in September 33 years ago you brought us light and happiness into our lives our little boy and then brother to Antonio. You left us suddenly and we are devastated by your passing. You were preceded in death by Grandpa Anselmo, Great Grandmother Aurora Pacheco, and Great Uncle Joe Pacheco all people that loved you dearly. He is survived by his father, Leonardo Trujillo and mother Elizabeth Jaramillo of Santa Fe, brother Antonio Trujillo of Albuquerque, Grandmother Agueda Trujillo of Espanola, Grandmother Catherine Jaramillo and Grandfather Salomon Jaramillo of Adelino, NM, and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Early in life you showed your compassion, love, intelligence, and artistic ability. You started school in the Bernalillo Public schools where your mom worked, and until 6th grade. You then attended Santa Fe School for the Arts, Santa Fe Waldorf School, and then you finished high school at the Desert Academy. After a year at UNM you returned to Santa Fe to earn an Associates of Art at Santa Fe Community College. You then returned to CNM in Albuquerque to earn an Associates in Machining Technology. You were hired at Stainless Motors in 2013 where you worked for 9 years until November 2022.
You loved to travel Disneyland, Grand Canyon, Japan, and the highlight of your travels, Spain. Your description of Spain only took one word “Great”. He volunteered for many years at the Santa Fe Japanese Festival. He enjoyed hiking and took his brother and friends to the places around Santa Fe to hike with him. He enjoyed good food and enjoyed grilled pizza nights where everyone created their own pizza a shared their creations. He was multitalented in his artistic abilities. He painted, worked in pottery, sculpture, and drawings he submitted to the Santa Fe School for the Arts Yearbook and the Desert Deserter.
A celebration of the life of Marcos Andres will be held March 24th, 2023 at 12:30 pm at the Nancy Rodriguez Community Center, 1 Prairie Dog Loop, Santa Fe 87507. Please call or text your RSVP to Leonard (505) 660-8181 or Liz (505) 412-0800 by March 17th if you plan to attend. Marcos's favorite colors are blue, gray, and orange.
Honorary Pallbearers: Megan Cohen, Chris Trujillo, Tomas Atencio, and Noah Hull.
The family of Marcos Trujillo has entrusted the care of their loved one to DeVargas Funeral Home & Crematory of the beautiful Espanola Valley. www.devargasfuneral.com (505) 747-7477