GPSA Locations

GPSA Office
P.O. Box 413
Pueblo, CO 81002

Massari Arena
Pueblo, CO 81007

Hall of Fame Wall
Thatcher Building (Main Floor)
5th and Main
Pueblo, CO 81003

Top Panel
Friday, 03 December 2021

GPSA Meetings

Below are the TENTATIVE meetings dates for the GPSA during the 2022 calendar year. All meeting are held on the third Monday of the month in the GPSA at Massari Arena. Dates are subject to change if necessary.

Jan. 17 Feb. 21 Mar. 21 Apr. 18
May 16 Aug. 22 Sept. 19 Oct. 17


Banquet Date/Application Deadline

The deadline for nominations each year is Aug. 1.  The 2022 Banquet is tentatively set for Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2022. Go to the Application tab above to download and fill out an application today.

If you have any questions about the application, please contact Jerry Sisneros, President of the GPSA. His email address is

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Robert G. "Bobby" Armijo

The Early Years: Bobby began his career playing bantam football in Fairmont Park and at Mineral Palace...He attended Jefferson and Irving Elementary school. Armijo was on three all star old timers baseball teams.

Junior High: When he entered the ninth grade at Freed Junior High School, Bobby played half back on the 9th Grade City Championship football team, played guard on the 9th Grade City Championship basketball team and was a city champ in the 440 and on the mile relay team that won the city championship.

High School: Attended Pueblo Centennial...Graduated in 1964.. As a Bulldog, Armijo earned eight varsity letters - three in football, two in basketball and three in baseball...He was all city in football as a junior and was selected all city, all conference and all state as a senior...The football team won the Conference championship and lost the State Championship game to Boulder...Bobby was selected to the Denver Post [All State] first team offense...He held the record of the longest run from scrimmage 99 yards against Wasson in 1963... Armijo scored 72 points as a senior.[126 points in Career - Steel City Almanac pg 243]. Bobby was an outstanding baseball player - lettering all three years and being selected All City as a junior and senior and All Conference as a senior. The Team won the Conference Championship in 1964 and Bobby was a leading batter on the team.

College: Armijo enrolled at Adams State in 1964 and played baseball and football and lettered in both...In 1965 he left Adams State and enlisted in the U.S. Army.

Military: Bobby served in Korea for 16 months. He played baseball in the military and was selected to the all Division team two times. Armijo was the center-fielder on the team that won the 8th Army Championship. He played in the Jo sun I.B.E.O. Tournament. He played in the military World Series and was named to the All Star team. After leaving the service Bobby finished his education with a degree in PE and Recreation.

After the Service: Armijo returned to Pueblo and worked for the Parks and Recreation Department for six years... He was the coordinator of baseball and softball programs...He coached the Old Timers at Sunset Park for three years and worked in the City Recreation program at Hellbeck one year...Bobby worked at St. Leanders in the Father Powers program three years...He played softball for 16 years... Has played in five world tournaments and has repeatedly been selected to All-star and All-tourney teams. He currently is employed as a civilian by the U.S. Army as an outdoor recreation specialist for Ft. Carson. He has served in that position for two years.

Occupation: Worked in the U.S. Army and as a civilian Recreation Director

Personal: Lives in Pueblo with his wife Mary Louise.


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