Tomas Ernesto Romero

Tomas Ernesto Romero

Our beloved father, grandfather, and great-grandfather passed away Sunday October 25, 2020 at his home in Des Montes. Tomas was born in 1925 to Donaciano and Crucita Romero. He was the only son with seven older sisters. Tomas was a proud veteran of the United States Army and served in World War II. He participated in the European Theatre of War and fought in The Battle of the Bulge.  Tomas married Maria Juanita Martinez on November 7, 1949, his 24th birthday in Arroyo Seco N.M. Together they raised five sons. He was a hard worker and had a dry sense of humor. Tomas enjoyed watching baseball, boxing, and raising cows. He will be forever missed. . He is preceded in death by his parents, his beloved wife, Juanita and sons, Richard Romero and Reynaldo Romero. Tomas is survived by his sons, Donaciano(Rosalie) Romero, Leo(Olga) Romero, Ronald(Kim) Romero, daughters-in-law, Gloria and Pam Romero, 14 grandchildren,and 16 great-grandchildren, sister, Claudina R. Torres, and sister-in-law, Eva Martinez. Private family services will be held Friday October 30, 2020. Military honors and interment will be at the Santa Fe national cemetery. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Arrangements by Rivera Family Funeral Home, Taos.  To share a memory, please visit our website at www.riverafuneralhome.com

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Ellen Marshall

We did not personally know Mr. Romero, but often saw him out on his property in Des Montes over the the years. We've been fortunate to get to know his son, Don, and know how dedicated he was to his father's well-being. Mr. Romero certainly lived an honorable life, and we know he will indeed be missed. Our condolences to the entire family. Love and Peace from Ellen Marshall & John Onderdonk - San Antonio, Texas.

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