Miguel Salazar

of Denver, CO

February 2, 1958 - July 22, 2020


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Miguel Salazar, 62, was called to heaven on July 22, 2020.

Miguel was born and raised in Lubbock. He was a Lubbock High School Westerner. He always had a great sense of humor and made everyone around him smile. That brought him the greatest pleasure. We love you son and brother.

Miguel is survived by parents Martin and Andrea Salazar; brothers Martin Jr. and spouse Armilda Salazar, Nicholas Salazar, Rene and spouse Lilia Salazar; sisters Linda Collins and spouse Michael Collins, and Ida Salazar; and several nephews, nieces, grand nephews and grand nieces.

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20 Condolence(s)
Michael and Christina Pauda
Lubbock, TX
Saturday, August 1, 2020

Fly high with the angels uncle! You will forever be in our thoughts. We will all be together again one sweet day!

Betty Ramirez
Seguin, TX
Thursday, July 30, 2020

So sorry Tío Martin and tía Andrea and family for your loss. I am deeply sadden. Mike was a wonderful young man. I have fond memories of our childhood. He was always smiling and so funny. He had a wonderful sense of humor. I remember when Hilda and I were in high school. No one messed with us because we were cousins to Mike and Nick. They were so popular in school. Mike kept everyone laughing, he had no enemies. He had a heart the size of Texas! We will all miss him. I saw him last year when I went to Lubbock to visit. It was so nice to see him. He is at peace, resting until we see him again in the resurrection.

Rene Salazar
Garland, TX
Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Mike, love you brother and will always think of you. Your Spirit will live forever in our family and heavy hearts.
Someday we'll meet again.
I do recall the times when we were young kids and how you always helped and protected me from the outside world.
There are so many great times I can recall in my memory.
You will be missed by everyone that knew you because of your big heart of kindness.

Love you, yr always younger brother.

Lillia Salazar
Garland, TX
Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Receive me, O LORD, for Your name’s sake! For Your righteousness’ sake bring my soul out of trouble.
My deepest sympathy, we will miss your sweetness.

Armilda Salazar
Dallas, TX
Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Mike we had some good laughs you knew how to brighten up a room with your humor You will be missed but not forgotten always in our hearts. Rest In Peace
.

valerie
miami, FL
Wednesday, July 29, 2020

RIP Tio 💙🙏🏼 I'll always remember and miss your infectious laugh, cooking, funny stories, and our conversations.

valerie
miami, FL
Wednesday, July 29, 2020

RIP Tio 💙🙏🏼 I'll always remember and miss your infectious laugh, cooking, funny stories, and our conversations.

Martin Salazar, Jr.
Dallas, TX
Wednesday, July 29, 2020

I will miss my brother !! Love you forever...rest in peace.

Erica Adams
Lubbock, TX
Wednesday, July 29, 2020

RIP Tio. We know you are up there flying high.

Brandon Adams
Lubbock, TX
Wednesday, July 29, 2020

RIP. I wish I would've gotten to know you more.

Ida Salazar
Lubbock, TX
Wednesday, July 29, 2020

My brother Mike, I'm so lost for words. I never thought this day would come, to see one of my siblings gone to be with the Lord. My heart is in sorrow, pain I can't explain. But I know you are in a better place and it's only for awhile, we will meet again with joy and laughter in the Glory of God. Rest now my brother your journey on earth is behind you now. Walk the streets of Gold. I love you forever you little sis Ida Salazar

Linda Salazar Collins
Jacksonville, FL
Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Mike you have not been gone not even a week, and I miss you already.
I carry you deep in my heart.
I go to bed thinking of you. I get up thinking of you.
I always looked up at you, as a kid. You are with me even if you are far away in our next life.
You are in my heart, in my thoughts, and in my life always.
I never got to tell you, how much you mean to me.
You are my twin, as people would always say how much we resembled each other.
When I see myself in the mirror I see you. Of course brother without make-up. I can already hear your words. Damn Linda of course without make-up.
I will always cherish the times, laughs, and the silly gifts you always gave me. Thank brother for all the wonnderful memories. The Florida Santa will always have sentimental value.
The last time I talk to you, I wish I would of known that would be our last time we would conversate.
I will always remember and never forget, you always would tell me I love Linda. No matter what was taking place in your life you always had a Happy soul. You are such a kind loving man and brother.
Til we see each other again, love you very much brother.

Laurie Butler
Coral Springs, FL
Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Deepest sympathies on the loss of your loved one. Rest in Peace 🙏🙏🙏

Teresa Cantu
Lubbock,
Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Mike, I can't believe you're gone! I think back to our childhood and rember all the great times!! You guys were my second family! I will always cherish the great memories!! Fly high my brother. To my Salazar family my thoughts and prayers are with all of you! I love you all!!

Gloria Guzman
lubbock, TX
Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Rest In Peace Mike.

Melissa Salazar
Maxwell, TX
Tuesday, July 28, 2020

RIP primo. May you rise with Christ on the last day.

Christy Neilly
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Tuesday, July 28, 2020

May Miguel Rest In Peace! Funny thing I always called him Tio!

Melba Garcia
San Marcos, TX
Tuesday, July 28, 2020

We are very sorry for the loss of your brother. We are praying for your family.
Love, Edward & Melba Garcia

Andi Ariad
Lubbock, TX
Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Praying for you and your family
Sorry for your loss
Love you ❤️🙏

Velma Guzman
Lubbock, TX
Tuesday, July 28, 2020

My Condolences prayers for the family!!