Justin Romero gained his wings on June 2, 2023. He was born and raised in Colorado Springs. He was born on December 17, 1983 to Freddy Romero and Juanita Romero-Useman. Justin passed at the young age of 39.

He is preceded in death by his grandma and grandpa Romero; his grandma Crocker; and his father, Freddy. He is survived by his wife, Sophia; and children: Alise, Julian, Jennaveyah, Jeeyah, and they are expecting another blessing in December. He is also survived by his mama bear, Juanita; dad, Tom; and siblings: Heath and Tracy, Janine and Jaime and many other family and friends.

Justin was a devoted husband, father, brother and friend. He loved his family and friends more than anything else. He loved grilling, cooking, baseball, pool, and lowriders, but most of all he loved spending time with his closest friends (which was all of them) and his family. Justin had the biggest heart, kindest eyes, and would help any and every one in a heartbeat. He was of Christian faith and recently surrendered his life to the Lord.

A visitation will be held on June 12, 2023 at Shrine of Remembrance from 5pm-7pm. His funeral service will be held June 13, 2023 at 10am at Shrine of Remembrance, and the reception will follow at 1pm at Timeout Sports Bar and Lounge. Burial will be on Wednesday, June 14, 2023 1pm at Evergreen Cemetery.

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  1. Justin was the best friend I’ve ever had he was loyal, understanding, loving, and extremely generous. Justin was in my life weekly for the last few years and he will be missed in deepest most sincere manner ….he was more than a friend he was the true definition of a brother and I’m Shattered to hear of his departure. I Love you my brother; Heaven has gained a precious Angel

  2. We are so sorry for your loss. We love you and Alise and Julian and Jennaveyah and Jeeyah and the little one on the way! Im praying for your strength and comfort. We are here if you need us. We love you. Auntie Dianna and family.

  3. We love yu Justin yu have been a part of the fam for 100 years we been thru it yu and sophia always had my back wen everyone else was downing and doubting me I love yu and even tho we also had words a lot cause we was both hard headed yu was my nephew and never turned yur back told me if i needed anything dont hesitate to hit u up 💙 ❤️ this is a very sad time Boi but I know u got us from up their now ….sophia 😢 I love yu guys and if yu need anything at all and I can help I got u guys even of its just to bring yu cigs just hit
    Justin will b missed

  4. My heart goes out to you Sophia and kids, 10 yrs ago when we first got here to the springs you and Justin were the first people that we met and you guys became family and I’m still in shock to know that Justin is gone. He was a loving husband father abs friend. May he rest in parodies and watch over you all.

  5. I first met Justin in 6th grade at Gorman Middle School. We had a lot of classes together and used to hangout in the courtyard. Got into a lot of trouble in those days. Grew up with him always knowing he had my back and got to share some good times and good laughs over drinks in later years. He was always cool and kind to everyone even if they didn’t deserve it. I only just found out today that he passed away. I can’t believe he’s actually gone. I have no idea how he died, and frankly I don’t want to know. Because I’m more than happy to tell you how he lived. My deepest condolences to his family and loved ones. I’ll do my best to live my life in a way that would make him proud. Justin, you’ve impacted my life beyond measure and I’ll be sure to see you again in heaven my dear friend. But not yet, I’ve got much business to take care of here first. You will be greatly missed. And I thank God for blessing me with the great privilege and honor of getting to have you in my life. I love you my friend.

    – Jose Luis Morales

  6. Justin bro, I don’t even know what to say.. I’ve known you since the 1st grade. We were always close and then we just lost touch. I always figured there would be time to reconnect. This is a huge loss for everyone that knew you. It breaks my heart. We’ll meet again one day. Tell God to save a spot for me. We’ll kick back and drink some brews like old times. Rest in Peace,
    Love you brother.

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