Brian Louis Rubidoux passed away on April 6, 2022, at his home in Colorado Springs.  Brian was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico on December 22, 1969.  He graduated from Cibola High School.  In January of 1989 he joined the United States Air Force and was proud to serve his country for two terms before he ended his military career with an honorable discharge in February of 1996.  He was able to travel all around the world.  He began his second career as a commercial, property and casualty claims adjuster for the next 25 years until his passing.

Brian was preceded in death by his parents, Louis Rubidoux and Lillian Rubidoux.  He is survived by his brother, Randy Rubidoux (Donna) and his three children Brett, Andrew, and Amanda.  In addition, Dylan Knight, whom he considered a stepson.  Other members of his immediate family are his stepmother, Mary Rubidoux; stepbrother Don Bazan; and stepsister, Debbie Bazan.  Also included, his nephews and niece, Shawn Rubidoux, Noah Rodriguez, Sydney Rodriguez and Zachariah Bazan.  Finally, his best friend and companion, Theresa White and many other family members and friends.

His faith in god was strong and profoundly deep.  He loved motorcycle riding with family and friends.  Many times, he would even hit the road by himself.  He, also, enjoyed watching the Denver Broncos every football season with his boys and when the weather was nice, he enjoyed working in his yard.  He loved hanging out with his fur babies, Raven (dog) and Blue (cat).  In addition, Brian liked to play his guitar and sing.  But most of all, he enjoyed spending time with his children.  He was so proud of each one of them and how much they’ve accomplished in their young lives.  

A private memorial service will be held on Friday, April 29, 2022, at 2pm at the Shrine of Remembrance located at 1730 East Fountain Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80910.  There will be no burial service.  Online condolences to the family can be posted on the website of

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  1. Sorry for your loss My sincerest condolences for you all at this time.

  2. “Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift.” 2 Corinthians 9:15 Your Dad Brian was a gift from God, he will live on in your hearts. We are so sorry for your loss, sending comfort and prayers.

  3. I am just learning of Brian’s passing. He and I were close friends in the Air Force and maintained our friendship through the years. Rest in piece my friend.

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