Arthur Vigil, 84, of Colorado Springs, CO passed away on February 21st surrounded by his loving wife and family.

   Arthur was born on April 29, 1935 in Villanueva, NM to Frank and Ramona Vigil who preceded him in death.

    Arthur joined the United States Marine Corps in 1954 where he served in Korea.  He retired from the United States Postal Service after 34 years of distinguished service where he received numerous awards.

   Arthur is survived by his beloved wife and sweetheart of 62 years, Lucia M. (Gutierrez) Vigil, married October 12, 1957. They have four sons and one daughter: Arthur (Mary) Vigil Jr., David (Brenda) Vigil, Stephen (Gracie) Vigil, Theresa (John) Gonzales and Edward (Joanie) Vigil; 14 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.

   In addition to being a dedicated husband, loving father and grandfather, Arthur loved football, especially the Denver Broncos, camping, fishing, traveling, and watching country western shows and politics. Throughout his entire life he held an unwavering faith in God which he shared with those who surrounded him by his example and by word. He was a life time member of Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church.

   Arthur will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

   A Rosary will be at 10:30 a.m. with 11:00 a.m. Mass on Thursday, February 27, at Our Lady of Guadalupe, 2715 E. Pikes Peak Ave.  Interment follows at Evergreen Cemetery and a reception will follow interment back at the church.

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  1. We pray that your heart and soul will find peace and comfort during this difficult time.

  2. We pray for the love and healing light of Christ to strengthen you through this time of loss. Put your trust in Him and know that He is always with you. So very sorry for the loss Art he was a proud, religious man that’s smile could light up a room.

  3. Arthur Vigil is one of my father’s younger siblings. He has always been one of my dearest and special uncles. I have fond memories visiting him and his family in Colorado Springs, and earlier in Kansas. I am also very fond of my Aunt Lucy, who has always treated me very kindly and with great love. I have wonderful memories of childhood days hanging around with all of my cousins, Arthur Jr., David, Steve, and Theresa, and Eddie. Uncle Art is one of God’s special sons, and I am sure he is very happy, being in the presence of our blessed and loving Father in heaven. Uncle Art you will be very missed in this life by everyone who’s lives you have touched. Special condolences to all of the Arthur Vigil family and their close family and friends.
    Love, your nephew,
    Frank J. Vigil and family.

  4. To All Of the family,
    Our condolences go out to the whole family. We will keep you all in our prayers. May you find comfort in the fond memories your family have made together.

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