Victor “Moe” Maurice King was born on March 13, 1962 in Texas. He was the first-born child to his mother, Evelyn King and was raised with his brother, Malcom Jones.
As a child, Victor was raised by his mother, Evelyn King and his grandparents Rev. Edd & Lillian King. His mother later moved the family to Denver, Colorado where he later earned the nickname Moe.
Victor met a lovely lady named Beckie Trujillo in 1994, and in 2000 the couple was blessed with the birth of their beautiful daughter, Kyla King. In 1981, Victor was also blessed with his daughter Katie Brydon.
He was a hard worker and over the duration of his career, worked in many fields including construction. His most recent position was at the University of Denver where he worked the overnight shifts. He always performed his duties with a spirit of excellence and pride.
Victor was kind, caring, sincere, compassionate and a helpful person who always supported his family and friends in any way he could. You could always count on him to help with home repairs, help moving; there was no task (big or small) he would not do when asked to help by family or friends. You could always count on Victor; he would give the shirt off his back for those he loved.
Victor was loved by his neighbors, past and current, and left memorable impressions with all of them. His neighbors were his family and he loved them dearly.
In his free time, Victor enjoyed listening to and producing music, as well as watching marvel, action, horror and drug themed movies. He also enjoyed going fishing, watching boxing and MMA; and having a beer with his friends. Many may not know, but he was also a talented cook who was great with the grill.
His daughter, Kyla fondly recalls the many fun bike rides they took together. She also enjoyed going to work with her dad. On cold mornings, he would wrap her up in a blanket and carry her to the car to start their work day. Kyla also tricked her dad into carrying her as often as possible by faking sleep in the car so he would have to carry her into the house. Daddy/daughter time was always special for her. Victor was devoted to Kyla and never missed her field days at school or her holiday programs. They both had a love of music and attended many concerts together.
Victor is survived by his wife, Beckie Trujillo; daughters, Kyla King and Katie Brydon; granddaughter, Brielle Brydon; brother, V. Malcom (Pamela) Jones; mother-in-law, Tomasita Trujillo; sister-in-law, Ramona (Bill) Montano, Karen (Wes) Grover, Lucy (Al) Maybury and Lorane (Michael Seekins) Trujillo; brother-in-law, Benny Trujillo, Andrew Trujillo and Thomas (Sally) Trujillo, and numerous nieces and nephews.