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Funeral Service

Farmington Funeral Home
Saturday July 31st, 2021
10:00am

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Graveside Service

Escrito Cemetery
Saturday July 31st, 2021
12:30pm

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Carlos Arviso

Carlos Jay Arviso was 55 years old and he was born on September 15, 1965. He was a resident of Bloomfield, New Mexico formerly of Nageezi, New Mexico. Carlos passed Tuesday, July 27, 2021 at San Juan Regional Medical Center Farming, New Mexico. He was of Nihoobaanii (Grey Ends People) clan and born of Tl'aashchi'i (Red Bottom People) clan.

Carlos retired from San Juan County Sheriff's Office after 20 years of service. During that time, he patrolled the County and was well known by the community for doing his duty while still being full of compassion. He was a field training officer that shared his knowledge with those beginning their career. After retirement, he followed his passions of ranching and the agriculture lifestyle.

Carlos was involved with San Juan County 4-H, a member of Dreamweaver's 4-H club. He was also a member of Shiprock Jr. Livestock committee, planing the 4-H show for youth. He will certainly be missed at upcoming fairs, in the livestock barns. He was also elected by Nageezi community as a Landboard Official in 2009 and was starting his third term. He was noted for his expertise in lands and livestock management within the Eastern and Northern Navajo Agencies. Many of the Navajo elderly livestock owners got used to working with him and will certainly miss him. Currently he was presiding over the District 19 Landboard officials.

He was preceded in death by his Grandma and Grandpa Emma and Juan Chavez; Jack and Lucille Arviso.

He's survived by his wife Matilda, son Dwight (Dayna Largo) and daughter Ferrari Arviso. His grandchildren: Makayla Garcia; Jayden, Gunner, Beau, and Abigail Arviso. His parents Eugene Sr. and Arlene Arviso. His brothers Eugene Jr., Jerrid and Garred Arviso. His sisters Eugena and Vicki Arviso. His aunts and uncles, numerous cousins who he considered as his sisters and brothers. Rory, Michelle, and Chase Trub whom he considers his brothers and sister, as well.

Funeral Service is 10:00 a.m. on Saturday July 31, 2021 at Aztec Church of the Nazarene, 1061 NM-516 (google address) Aztec, New Mexico. Burial will follow the funeral services at Escrito LDS cemetery, Lybrook, New Mexico.

Pallbearers: Antwan Phone, Garred Arviso, Brandon Arviso, Kody Garcia, Ellison Arviso, and Michael Brown. Honorary: his little traveling gang Makayla Garcia; Jayden, Gunner, Beau, and Abigail Arviso.

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