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Francisco “Jay” DeLeon, Jr.

Francisco “Jay” DeLeon, Jr.
February 26
13:08 2022

Francisco DeLeon, Jr., 46, of Breckenridge, Texas, passed away on Tuesday, February 22, 2022. His memorial service will begin at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, February 28, 2022, in the Melton-Kitchens Chapel of Memories.

Francisco Jr. was born on November 15, 1975, to Francisco Sr. and Ramona (Naranjo) DeLeon in Denver, Colorado.

Everyone knew him not only as Jay but also as someone who loved all of his family. There were many things that he enjoyed in life: he loved fishing, he loved his cars, he enjoyed cruising and listening to music, and he loved movies; but above everything else, he loved spending time with his family. If you knew Jay, you knew that he was the kindest of spirits. No matter where he went, he just wanted to enjoy life. He wanted nothing more than to laugh with his family, spend time with his dad, daughter, and grandchildren, play games with his nephews, watch movies, and just soak in the good times. He would drive around for as long as he could and loved making his hand swim through the air as he enjoyed the ride.

Jay was a great listener, but he would also talk your ear off. We don’t realize how much we will miss things like this. Our time was undoubtedly too short, but these memories we will hold close to our hearts through life. He is now happy in the arms of our Lord and those of his mother, Ramona DeLeon, who has been waiting to hold him again. Knowing this gives us solace. This is not goodbye but a celebration of his life.

Francisco was preceded in death by his mother, Ramona DeLeon. He is survived by his father, Francisco DeLeon, Sr.; sisters and their spouses, Tammy and Jose Guillen, and Susan and Roger Gonzalez; baby sister, SanJuana DeLeon; daughter, Elizabeth Marie Faith DeLeon; three grandchildren, Aliyah Marie DeLeon, Hadleigh Rae Marsh, and Paislee Kay Marsh; nieces, Ashley Lynn, Mercedes Guillen, Sarah DeLeon, and Samantha Gonzalez; nephews, Dexter Gonzalez, Josh Guillen, Ashton DeLeon, Cody Gonzalez, Matthew Jimenez, and Cory Gonzalez, along with all of their children.

Memorial donations in Jay’s memory may be made to a charity or organization of the donor’s choice and can be left at the Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home office. Condolences can be made online at

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