November 17, 1955 - May 29, 2020
Larry G. Lucero, 64, (Gramps), passed away on May 29, 2020 in his home surrounded by his loving family after a little more than a year of battling cancer. He was born to Jose & Conferina Lucero in Springer, New Mexico on Nov. 17, 1955. The family moved to Fort Collins from Cimarron, NM around 1957. His parents, his oldest brother Desiderio and his younger sister Kathy preceded him in death. He is survived by his loving wife Loretta of 26 years, his children; Victoria from Florida, Antonio & Alizza of Loveland, CO, Ernie, Arthur (Dee) & Mario (Deanne) Borrego of Fort Collins, CO, and daughter-in-law Pamela Mains, 20 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. 3 brothers, Paul (MaryJo), Joe (Kathy) and Sam. 6 sisters Elsie Martinez (Gilbert), Ruby Cruz, Mary Shunn (Sonny), Rosie Yardley (Eugene), Josie Stever and Linda Sutton. And numerous nephews and nieces. Larry was employed by Lightfield Enterprises (formerly Vogel Concrete). He put in over 40 years in the concrete business. His work buddies were all like family to him as well. His passion was coaching the youth league basketball and flag football. He loved helping the boys learn the game and teaching them good sportsmanship. He loved the outdoors, including camping, fishing and hunting and just spending time with family and friends. He made sure that each of his grandchildren felt special in his heart. Taking them to special places and doing things they enjoyed. Teaching the kids how to cook, making sure that they would be able to carry on his traditional holiday dishes, how to ride bikes and how to fish. He was very much a part of all their lives in a fatherly role. He took the kids on family vacations and made sure they all got to see what they wanted. Every Sunday for the Bronco game he would set up a feast for all the kids to enjoy. And if you spent the night at Larry’s house, he would make a huge breakfast for all the kids to enjoy. Larry will be greatly missed by friends and families. He was a strong man with a huge heart and a soft spot for his grandkids. Knowing Larry was such an honor and he will always be remembered lovingly. Due to the Covid 19 restrictions, a private family service was held on Friday the 5th of June at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.
Larry G. Lucero, 64, (Gramps), passed away on May 29, 2020 in his home surrounded by his loving family after a little more than a year of battling cancer. He was born to Jose & Conferina Lucero in Springer, New Mexico on Nov. 17, 1955. The... View Obituary & Service Information
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