BRIGHTON, Colo. (KDVR) – Gustavo Mosqueda, 25, had the greatest laugh and the biggest bear hugs.
He was honest and full of joy. A genuine person who was a mentor to his siblings.
A homeowner. A whiz with cars. A lover of music.
He was “the embodiment of the American Dream,” said Analucia Mosqueda, 17, his younger sister. She described him as the glue of the family who never forgot where he came from.
“I think he was a better person than all of us put together,” said Maricruz Mosqueda, Gustavo’s older sister.
Mosqueda was killed in October after being struck by the driver of a stolen vehicle, who was speeding away from a Brighton Police officer in Mosqueda’s residential neighborhood.
Lori Jane Gliha
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