Demetrio O. Pacheco
November 28, 1931 - February 5, 2020Back to Obituary
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Feb 12, 2020
I met Demetrio in the late 70’s he had the mind of a genius. I was running for the State Senate in Arizona and he offered to do computer work for my campaign. He did s great job with numbers data to the point that his voter turnout predictions were very accurate. We won that Senate race by 128 votes! We stayed friends for years until he left Tucson and we lost touch. He was a very intelligent and caring person. I want to offer my condolences to all his family especially his children. May the Creator guide his journey with his Devine light to the world of the flowers. AMEN
Feb 11, 2020
Demetrio, I only had a short time to get to know you. We would share thoughts about God's word at our evening bible study at Trinity and I enjoyed your insights. You had so many interesting life experiences to tell about. Thank you for your service to our country. Now you've gone on ahead to your heavenly home, we will meet again.
Feb 09, 2020
Demetrio was my step father and 1 of the most intelligent,well educated men I'd ever met! He had a beautiful mind and akin to a Venus fly trap as he never seemed to forget anything once it entered his computer of a mind.We had very complex conversations that thrilled us both and such a joy to talk to.I admired him greatly and am thankful he n Mother were married and so close.For many years they gave me motivation that love could come to those of us"over the hill" but alas after years of illness and being bedridden I no longer see that for myself.I regret our illnesses and distance kept us from getting to know one another better but am thankful he and Mother had so many good years loving and... sharing life together and having my daughter,Aubalee to visit so much.He was a class act and 1 to be remembered always.God bless you"D" and may you rest in peace and be free as a bird to fly the friendly skies of heaven forever and ever iCJna I love you and have missed you for years now.Thank you for loving my Mother and taking such good care of her.You will be missed by MANY!!!Read more
Feb 08, 2020
Mr. Pacheco and I shared the joy of teaching students English at St. Joseph’s. I remember his focus was on correct grammar and mine practice of conversing. The blessing of seeing students flourish and their children grow and develop was such a significant reward. May he Rest In Peace and be rewarded for his generosity in teaching.