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Lopez, Jeremy Richard Guadalupe
January 31, 1980 -August 22, 2021
Jeremy R. Lopez, Age 41 of Albuquerque began his journey into the arms of our Creator on August 22, 2021.
Jeremy was a native Albuquerque resident and graduated from Rio Grande High School. He carried a Bachelor’s degree in Business which he used in his career as an Auto Finance Manager. He was a kind, caring, compassionate man who always had a smile to share.
Jeremy was preceded in death by father, Willie Gallegos; grandfather, Julian G. Lopez; uncle, William (Bill) Lopez; aunt Heather Vento, aunt Denise Gilliam. Jeremy is survived by his partner, Jennifer Trevizo; his mother, Jacqueline Lopez Gallegos of Albuquerque; his brother, Julian J. Lopez and partner, Florence Luna of Albuquerque; grandmother, Bennie Gallegos of Los Lunas; uncle, Jerry A. Lopez of Albuquerque, uncle, Jeff Lopez and partner, Patricia Hernandez of Albuquerque, uncle, Jeral A. Lopez of Albuquerque; aunt, Camilla Casias and husband, Jerry of Montrose Colorado, uncle, Jimmy Gallegos and wife, Shirley (Irene) and family of Los Lunas; aunt, Josephine (Martha) Sanchez of Los Lunas and family, and aunt, Tammy Chandler of Albuquerque; great aunt, Jolanda Lopez of Peralta, great aunt, Carmen Martin of Albuquerque; great uncle, Orlando Lopez and wife, Juanita and family of Los Lunas; cousins, Jeff Lopez Jr. and wife, Kay and family of Taft Texas, Justin Lopez and wife, Candice and family of Albuquerque, Kandice Casias and family of Montrose, CO, Sharri Gilliam and family of Albuquerque, Shannah Tuepell and husband, Curtis and family of Colorado, Travis Lopez of Albuquerque, Cory Chandler of Albuquerque; niece, Corinna Lopez and partner, Antonio Baca of Albuquerque, niece, Jaylen Velasquez of Albuquerque and nephew, Jacob Velasquez of Albuquerque. A special acknowledgement to the numerous extended family and friends who he loved and who loved him.
Jeremy was passionate about his family, fishing, work and helping the less fortunate and would take hats, gloves and blankets each winter and pass them out to the homeless. Please keep his tradition of helping those in need by donating to: joyjunction.org/donate-money in his honor. Joy Junction is a nonprofit donations-only organization that works to handle the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of homeless women, children and families throughout New Mexico and provides clothes, food, shelter and safety to those in need. For the safety and well being of all family and friends during these uncertain times, the family will have a Memorial Celebration of Life gathering at a later date. To view information or leave a condolence please visit www.garciamortuary.com
717 Stover Ave. SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
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