Amelia Chaparro Obituary, Longtime Resident At Holly, Colorado Has Passed Away

Amelia Chaparro Obituary, Death – In times of sorrow, a community’s strength lies in its ability to come together and support one another. The Class of 1999 is currently rallying around one of its own, Amelia Chaparro, and her siblings, who have recently lost their beloved mother, Maria Salgado. As a tight-knit community, we are reaching out to extend a helping hand during this difficult time. In an effort to alleviate the financial burden on the Chaparro family, the Class of 1999 has organized an account at Fellowship Credit Union. This account is specifically designated to receive donations that will go towards covering the family’s travel expenses, particularly the unforeseen trip to Mexico and the arrangements to bring Mrs. Salgado back to Holly.

Instead of flowers, the community is encouraged to contribute to this fund, ensuring that the Chaparro family receives the support they need during this challenging period. Any amount, no matter how small, will go a long way in helping them navigate through these trying times. For those willing to contribute, donations can be made at either branch of Fellowship Credit Union. When making a donation, kindly specify that your contribution is intended for the Chaparro family. Your generosity will undoubtedly make a significant impact on the lives of our fellow classmates during this emotional journey.

In addition to financial support, we are also asking the community to join us in offering thoughts and prayers for the Chaparro family. Your support, whether through contributions or words of comfort, will be deeply appreciated during this difficult time. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone in advance for their generosity, compassion, and solidarity. Let us join hands as a community to provide the Chaparro family with the strength and comfort they need as they navigate through the challenging days ahead. Please feel free to share this post within the community and beyond, as we strive to make a meaningful difference in the lives of our friends and classmates.



Author: Alison Roman