Tomi Ann Trujillo, 92, and still fun loving. She was our Mom, Mama, Nana, Nana Tomi, our life and our champion. She was one of thirteen siblings, and her utmost love was her family. Her passion was swing and Mexican dancing, singing, making quilts and shopping. She was also known for making the best homemade tortillas, you never left her place hungry. Tomi Ann was an avid Colorado Rockies fan, she never missed a game. She watched from a seat at Coors Field, her balcony or from her livingroom TV. Tomi Ann loved people and never met a stranger. She was always the life of the party.
From her humble beginnings, she raised five children. The music, singing and dancing and family gatherings were constant. She is leaving three generations to remember and miss her deeply. She made us laugh and dance ‘til the very end. Tomi Ann left us peacefully on June 28, 2020, with her children at her side.
She'll be with her parents, Jose & Carlota Medina; her siblings, Mike, Nash, Joe, Mary, Lucy, Angie & Vicky. She is survived by her children, Smokey (Helen) Espinosa, Valerie (Frank) Ayala, Veronica (Michael) Ortega, Vada (Dennis) Martinez and Vanessa (Sam) Lucero; her grandchildren, Estrella, Santana, Tino, Brenda, Frankie, Nicole, Timmy, Tommy, Dustin, Miquela, Adam, Alex, and Ajay; her great grandchildren, Diego, Sofia, Ayla, Kiki, Donovan, Destiny, Harper, Grant, and Major; her sisters, Espie Leyba, Helen (Tino) Herrera, and Virgie (Andy) Bobian; sisters-in-law, Cecilia and Mary Medina.
A celebration her life will be held at a later date due to Covid-19 and social distancing restrictions.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Lutheran Hospice in her name,