Francisco Villa

Frank Villa SR.

Monday, August 28th, 1944 - Monday, March 23rd, 2020
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Francisco (Frank) Villa was born August 28, 1944 to Delfino and Micaela (Segura) Villa in Ft Morgan, Colorado. He was the first of 7 Children. His last day on Earth was March 23rd of 2020. In his last moments he was joined by his daughter Stephanie (Villa) Brekke, and his wife Patricia Ann Villa.

Frank is survived by his Wife Pat Villa, his son Frank (Echo) Villa, Son Mike Villa(Kelly Stewart), daughter Stephanie (Chad) Brekke granddaughters Micaela Villa, Maria Brekke, Sarah Brekke, grandsons Jacob (Kati)Villa, Seth Villa, Josh Villa, Nathan Villa, Matthew Villa, Brandon Brekke Charlie Brekke. He is survived his siblings sister Judy (Albert) Mecillas, sister Lupe Gabaldon Villa, brother Casey Villa, brother Manuel Montez, and brother Daniel Montez.

Frank is preceded in death by his Mother Micaela, His Father Delfino, and his brother Delfino.

Frank grew up in Goodrich, Colorado until his family moved in 1954 to Wiggins, CO. Frank then Graduated from Wiggins HS in 1962 but not before meeting the love of his life, Patricia.

Frank met Pat in High School and they married on August 8th, 1964. He enjoyed taking his wife, Pat, and their children camping every summer. His favorite places to camp were Chambers Lake, Red Feather Lakes, and especially anywhere on the Poudre River. Frank was a very popular Little League Baseball Coach ,and a youth bowling coach in Greeley. He coached several little league teams, All Star teams and Senior league teams to league Championships along with youth state bowling teams. Frank made many memories with his family while fishing, hunting, and camping. He also made many memories for many youth on the baseball field and in the bowling alley.

During his high school days, Frank worked as a farm laborer. After graduation he went on to work in Wiggins at a local gas station. He also worked at the local elevator. At this time, Frank decided to become a volunteer firefighter. He soon finished his career with the Wiggins Volunteer Fire Department as an Assistant Fire Chief. He was then hired with the Colorado Department of Transportation in Wiggins and worked there before being moved to Pruitt reservoir for a year. When a good job opportunity arose in Windsor, he moved the family to Greeley and he went to work for Kodak for 2 years but ultimately returned to CDOT in Greeley where he retired after 23 years of service.

Memorial is pending. In lieu of flowers, Memorial contributions may be sent to Mark’s Funeral and Cremation Service, 9293 Eastman Park Dr, Windsor CO 80550.
The family will be sending all contributions to the Fighting Fish Sticks Junior Bass Club Youth Fishing.

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Jake Hoover

Posted at 10:25pm
Our condolences from my family to yours, you are all in our thoughts and prayers during this tragic time. I remember going hunting opening day for pheasant with Frank and the boys with my brother and dad. We always had a good time. Frank is going to be missed.

Baxter Family

Posted at 02:12pm
In memory of Frank Villa, Sr. and in sorrow, we extend our heartfelt condolences to the Villa family. We love you and wish we could be with you all.
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Jim Graham

Posted at 12:27pm
My deepest condolences to the Villa Families--I was honored to know Frank Sr for a long time---Not sure if I ever saw him without a smile on his face. I know where he is now--fishing in crystal blue waters with my dad. God gives us memories so we will have roses in December. I hope the fond memories will help you in this difficult time.
Jim Graham

Samuel Montoya

Posted at 11:01am
From the Montoya family -

We would like to offer our sincere condolences. Our prayers are with your family during this very difficult time. Please know that there is no more suffering. And he will be setting up camp for when it is our time.

Take care and God bless...

Sam Montoya


Posted at 07:01pm
Headed Camping
One of my favorite memories of dad. we were getting ready to head to Bellaire Lake in Red Feathers. I was about 10 and Mike about 7. We had a brown Chevy pickup with no camper so dad decided that since it was a beautiful day, while packing the bed of the truck, he would put our sleeping bag down. He had us lay down and got us all tucked in. Then he packed everything around us and told us not to be moving around. He said just relax and take a nap and we would be there in no time. I will never forget that ride! The sky was blue, the wind was blowing, we could here the sounds of the cars going the opposite way. I will never forget that old sleeping bag it was green and had pictures of National Parks on it. Mike and I discussed all the special places we were gonna go using that sleeping bag as a reference. Love Ya Pops, I still have a couple more to go to!

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