Jimmie Acosta

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  1. Steve & Darlene

    My condolences to the family, I loved my uncle Jimmy, and will miss him lots. He will always have a special place in mine and my family’s hearts. He has been so giving, and loving. He gave me my special name of mooch which will always stay with me forever. There was nothing that he would not do for me or my family that included Steve’s family as well. My friends loved him. I will always remember him by his hats, I have always bought my grandson’s the same kind of hats you know the fishing kind and called them Uncle Jimmy hats. My heart goes out to all of you. May God grant you with the peace and many happy memories for you and your Dad that will last forever. Love you all, Darlene

  2. Mike and Phyllis Mesa

    Andrea and Selene– Our sincerest condolences for you. Your Dad was a very good man. All of our memories of him are good. He was a very giving man, he always offered to help in some way or another. When I was younger I would always look forward to your Mom and his visits. He would always come equipped with 16 ounce bottles of Pepsi (which he would share with everyone of course). Our last memory of him was when he rode over to our home on his motorcyle he was always so active. May the wonderful memories of your Dad be what sustains you through the years. It will get easier. May God bless you through your grieving days. To the brothers and sisters and families: Our sincerest condolences also for your loss and God bless you all.

  3. Bill and Betty Evans

    We only met Jimmie a few times but have known Andrea for 20 plus years. Andrea is like one of our kids and we have shared many happy times with her. We offer our condolences to her, Selene and all the rest of the family in this time of loss.

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Life Stories

Jimmie Acosta

In Loving Memory

Born:
September 8,1938 Denver, Colorado

Passed Away:
May 11, 2009 Thornton, Colorado

Memorial Service
6pm at Northglenn Christian Church 1800 E 105th Pl, Northglenn CO. A dinner and reception immediately follows the service.
 
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“Jimmie Acosta, 70 passed away May 11, 2009 in Thornton, CO Jimmie was a Colorado Native born September 8, 1938 to Carl and Lena Acosta. He is survived by his Daughters Andrea Acosta and Selene Martinez, Grandchildren Avelino and Maya, Brothers Ronald, Max, Ernie, Richard, Rudy and Jeff. Sisters Eleanor, Marilyn, Vivian, Charlene, Rose, Debbie , Donna, Mickey and Rita. He is preceded in death by his Grandson D’Anthony Rey, Brothers Tony, Manuel, Toby, Peanuts ,Alan, Sister Ruthann, Mother Lena Borrego, Father Carl Acosta. Jimmie loved to take long walks and ride his bike. He was easy to recognize with his hat, t-shirt and jeans. He loved to watch westerns and listen to music. He was a jack-of-all-trades and would help anyone at anytime. You could usually find him at a neighbor

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  1. Steve & Darlene

    My condolences to the family, I loved my uncle Jimmy, and will miss him lots. He will always have a special place in mine and my family’s hearts. He has been so giving, and loving. He gave me my special name of mooch which will always stay with me forever. There was nothing that he would not do for me or my family that included Steve’s family as well. My friends loved him. I will always remember him by his hats, I have always bought my grandson’s the same kind of hats you know the fishing kind and called them Uncle Jimmy hats. My heart goes out to all of you. May God grant you with the peace and many happy memories for you and your Dad that will last forever. Love you all, Darlene

  2. Mike and Phyllis Mesa

    Andrea and Selene– Our sincerest condolences for you. Your Dad was a very good man. All of our memories of him are good. He was a very giving man, he always offered to help in some way or another. When I was younger I would always look forward to your Mom and his visits. He would always come equipped with 16 ounce bottles of Pepsi (which he would share with everyone of course). Our last memory of him was when he rode over to our home on his motorcyle he was always so active. May the wonderful memories of your Dad be what sustains you through the years. It will get easier. May God bless you through your grieving days. To the brothers and sisters and families: Our sincerest condolences also for your loss and God bless you all.

  3. Bill and Betty Evans

    We only met Jimmie a few times but have known Andrea for 20 plus years. Andrea is like one of our kids and we have shared many happy times with her. We offer our condolences to her, Selene and all the rest of the family in this time of loss.

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