April 26, 1965 – February 29, 2020

   Lloyd C. Apricio passed away at his home in Black Forest, Colorado on February 29, 2020.  He was a lifelong resident of the Colorado Springs area.

Lloyd was born on April 26, 1965 to Casey Apricio and Susan (Aragon) Martinez in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  He graduated from Coronado High School.  He married the love of his life, Rosemary Thiele, in May of 1993 in Colorado Springs.

   After graduating from high school Lloyd worked in a cabinet shop where he honed his woodworking skills.  He continued woodworking as a hobby throughout his life creating custom made furniture for family and friends.  In 1986 he began his career in the security industry, starting out as a technician and moving into sales in 1998.  He was a Sales District Manager for Bosch Security Systems at the time of his death.  Lloyd had many other hobbies throughout the years, but his favorites were softball and mountain bike riding.  He was blessed with incredible mechanical and technical aptitude and could fix or create pretty much anything.  He also loved watching the Denver Broncos and the Colorado Rockies.

   Lloyd was a loving father who strived to give his daughters many opportunities.  He had a determined personality and taught his daughters to be strong.  He fought his disease with the same determination he showed for everything else in life.

   He is survived by his wife, Rosie Apricio; his daughters, Haley and Kaiya Apricio; his mother, Sue Martinez; his stepfather, Ed Martinez, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and in-laws.  He was preceded in death by his father, Casey Apricio. 

The services have been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later time.  Inurnment will be private.

   Memorials in Lloyd’s name may be made to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, pancan.org.

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This Obituary Has 53 Condolences

  1. I’ve been honored to work with Lloyd over his tenure with Bosch. I remember the pictures he shared of his biking adventures (and the occasional scrape here and there). Lloyd loved life, his family and friends! There are many lives he touched, mine most certainly. There is hope in the cross and God’s promise that we will see Lloyd again, this is our only consolation. I will be praying for the family as you walk through this season. May the peace of the Holy Spirit be with you.

    1. Thank you so much Dan for your kind words. You are right, the consolation is that we will see him again some day. Until then we will miss him and continue to love him.

  2. Dear Rosie, Haley, Kaiya, Sue, and family,
    My heart aches for y’all in the loss of your amazing husband, father, and son. Lloyd’s spirit was so strong and giving; he made an impression on everyone he met! We know he fought with all his might to stay here with y’all and continue to be a light for his family; we also know that his light will never go out. Please know that deep, heartfelt prayers are being offered for y’all, and that our love goes out to you!
    Love, Wayne & Becca

    1. Thank you Wayne and Becca. He did fight so hard, he wanted to stay here with us. We appreciate your prayers.

  3. Thoughts and Prayers to MY Aunt , Rosie and the girls… Love you, Miss you Cuz

    1. Thank you Rick and Beverly for your thoughts and prayers.

  4. Much love and peace to your family. I went to Junior High and High School with Lloyd . He was always happy and had a great smile.

    1. Thank you for your kind words, Shelly. I really miss his smile, always made me happy.

  5. I knew Lloyd from high school and through friends of high school. Even though I hadn’t seen him in person in many years mostly on Facebook I knew his true loves were Rosie and his daughters. He was an amazingly kind person loved and enjoyed by many. May he Rest In Peace and continue to watch over all of you.

    1. Thank you for your kind words, Lora. We have a new angel in heaven.

  6. There are no words to describe what you have all experienced and how sad I feel for you . I wish I lived closer. Hope you can feel my love for you and the girls. Looking forward to seeing you all soon. Love, your sister Barb ❤️😘

    1. Thank you for your love Barb. I love you too! It will be good to get an in person hug.

  7. I was extremely heart broke to hear of this . You have always been a good friend to me ever since cabinet shop in high school and the skills you had were always very admirable, it was great to see you just a few months ago and I am so sorry to your wife,family,friends and especially your beautiful daughters, you will always be known as the Mexican cowboy to me and your smile is stuck in my heart and in my mind along side you in cabinet shop at Coronado, god bless you bro

    1. Thank you for sharing your memories.

  8. Our Deepest sympathies to the family; To know Lloyd was a great honor; I enjoyed our interactions in the work arena. I unfortunately did not know him outside of this frame. But his knowledge, energy and enthusiasm was encouraging and inspiring. We are praying for the family and ask for God’s peace in the hearts of those close.
    2 Corinthians 5: 8

    1. Thank you for your kind words Ren. Lloyd loved his job and met so many wonderful people through it. Thank you for your prayers.

  9. I am so very sorry to hear about Lloyd. I wish you all the very best at this difficult time ,on behalf of myself and my family. I knew him well from the years that we worked and played softball together.One of the greatest memories is winning a state softball championship together. He was a good man and will greatly missed.

    1. Thank you Lowell. Softball was his life when I met him and I know that was one of his greatest memories also.

  10. Missed and loved Alex

  11. Rosie and girls please accept our sympathy. We will miss seeing him at the family reunion.

    1. Thank you Carol.

  12. We were so sorry to hear of the loss of your son, Sue. I cant even imagine the heartbreak of losing a child, no matter the age. Please know our prayers are with you and our thoughts have never left you. We love you very much.

    1. Thank you Tia & Barbara. I know he is resting in Jesus arms, but missed so very much by the ones he left behind.

  13. Lloyd, sometimes life gives us something that we simply cannot find the words for.
    All we can do is remember that God has a plan.
    Somehow we are all a part of that plan and for that reason, I am glad that you played a role in it as well.
    Thank you for the kind words you shared with me, those many years ago.
    I smile at the memories, and for the laughter we shared from time to time.
    Maybe these things require no words at all, and we are just meant to feel the bonds between us instead of searching for those words.
    You will be missed sir.
    May Heaven be as beautiful as we imagined, and may you go there knowing that you were an important part of the plan.

    1. Your words are so true that God has a plan even though we may not always understand it. I have tried to remember this many times throughout this journey. Thank you for your kind words.

  14. Rosie, Haley, Kaiya, our deepest sympathies in this difficult time. I was honored to have had the opportunity to work so closely with Lloyd over these last several years. His level of integrity and relentless unwavering commitment to do what was right drove his success in his professional and personal life. We started out as coworkers but quickly became bonded friends. I consider him my brother. Its so difficult to find words to console each other or ourselves in time like these. Know that we love you and you’re in our thoughts and prayers every day. Lloyd, until we meet again my friend. We love you and will miss you dearly…

    1. Eric, thank you so much to you and Kenna for your support. Lloyd treasured you as a co-worker and a friend. It is hard to believe he is really gone, but I do believe we will meet him again. In the mean time we will be missing him together.

  15. our hearts ache for your loss. A friend of Arthurs told me, after asking about his health condition, “whether he lives or dies he will be alright if you believe in life after life”. Lloyd is alright, asleep in the arms of Jesus.

  16. Our deepest condolences on your loss. He is in the arms of Jesus.

    1. Thank you Clara.

  17. It was an absolute honor and a pleasure to work with Lloyd over the past 10 years. I’m sure you know this already, but he loved you and the girls so deeply and he never missed an opportunity to tell me about all that you were doing as a family! I am grateful that we were blessed to spend time with you both last year in Cancun. Dianne and I have been praying for you for all and as so many others have already said, we know that we will see Lloyd again someday when we are all called home to be with Our Lord and Savior!

    1. Thank you Derrell and Dianne for all the prayers. Those months that Lloyd was feeling good and we were able to go on the Cancun trip were an absolute gift and I know it was an answer to all the prayers being said for him. I will miss seeing his Bosch family.

  18. Rosie and girls. We are so sorry for your loss! Lloyd was such a wonderful person and friend. We are so honored that we were able to call him friend! We are so glad that we were able to spend time with him playing softball. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

    1. Thank you for the condolences and the kind words about Lloyd. He sure did love softball!

  19. I am so sorry for your loss. Lloyd is an incredible man with a relentless passion for life. I am honored and blessed to have worked with him for the past year. God truly has a plan for us and we will meet again, God speed my brother.

    1. Thank you Todd. It was his passion for life and wanting to be here for us that kept him fighting so long against an incredibly difficult disease.

  20. My name is Chris Gomez out of Phoenix.
    I always referred myself to Lloyd as his 2nd favorite mexican. He was one of my most favored individuals in the technology industry that he served.
    Most importantly…… he was a man of distinction and integrity.
    I have had the privilege of knowing Lloyd since 2008.
    My deepest sorrows and prayers to the Apricio family.
    I only wished I had gotten the chance to visit with him one more time.

    May God Bless and help you through this grieving.

    Rest in peace my friend.


    1. Thank you for sharing your kind words about Lloyd. He was the center of our family’s life, but I love hearing about how he was special to other people too. Thank you for the condolences.

  21. I had the pleasure of knowing Lloyd for many years, as I hired him onto our Bosch Security team in the West. He was a top performer, and his customers loved working with him. I got to know him personally, and knew he had a passion for life and family first and foremost. Was very sad to learn of his passing, and want to extend my sincere condolences to you and your family. He was a good man taken way too soon. Thoughts and prayers with you.

    1. Thank you Kelly. Lloyd thought very highly of you. We appreciate your thoughts and prayers. I agree, he was taken away too soon.

  22. Rosie and girls.
    Bradd and I would like to extend our deepest condolences and you are all in our every prayer. He was always so friendly, funny and always had a smile on his face. May the Lord’s peace and comfort be with you all.

    1. Thank you Alex and Bradd. I will miss his smile!

  23. Rosie, Our deepest condolences to you and your girls. Lloyd was a great rep and great friend to all our family. We were all looking forward to seeing him again this week at the ISC -West show just like last year. He looked so good. I took a picture of him with my husband and son. I am so glad I took that photo. We lost a great person to soon. We are still so sad. Rosie my love and prayers go out to you and your family. From Molly and all of us at SAS, Albuquerque, NM.

    1. Molly and SAS family,
      Thank you for all the kind words you and everyone at SAS has shared with me about Lloyd. We received the condolence card in the mail today also. I am so touched that Lloyd was so well thought of by everyone at your company and how much he will be missed. I have the picture displayed in our family room. Thank you for sharing such a great picture and for everything you have done for the girls and me.

  24. Rosie, please accept my sincerest condolences for you and your family’s loss. When reflecting on Lloyd, I remember how his voice always brighten when talking about you, Haley and Kaiya and he was always so proud to mention how his family guided his life. Lloyd’s brutal honesty, integrity and his unwavering ability to do the right thing will always be remembered.

    1. Thank you David for what you said about Lloyd. I think you hit the nail on the head. We were so very blessed to have him.

  25. Dear Rosie, Haley, Kaiya, Sue and Ed, as we express our condolences we can’t help thanking God for the privilege of having Lloyd as a part of our life. We thank God for the examples he set for others. Lloyd was a wonderful husband, father and son . He was a very principled man of great integrity and loved living life with his family. He will be greatly missed by all our family, he set a great example of how to live life to the fullest. May he rest in peace and we know that we will all see him again as we imitate his values, his love and his faith in God.

    1. Thank you Hank and Rose. He loved all of your family and you also set a wonderful example for us as a family. We will look forward to that day of being able to see him again and in the meantime the girls and I know he will be watching us from above.

  26. My condolences to you and your girls. I understand what you going through. You are in my heart at this time.

    You have an angel in heaven.

    1. Thank you Pam. I know you know. Thank you for your kind words.

  27. Whoa! I didn’t expect to run into this. Lloyd was a classmate from Elementary thru HS. I’m so very sorry to see he’s passed. My deepest condolences to his family and especially to his mom. Lloyd had the best laugh ever. Thanks for the fun. RIP.

  28. Rosie,
    I am so sorry to hear about Lloyd, I just found out tonight.
    I was a classmate of his back at Coronado and have since moved on too many other parts of the county and unfortunately lost track of old friends.
    By the kind words of his obituary I know we would have remained close friends given the opportunity.
    I remember his old Black and Red ford pickup well 😊.
    I too am a dad of daughters (5) and my heart breaks for their loss.
    May God continue to give you strength and blessings on your family.
    Stan Sauder
    Rochester, MN

  29. I just learned of Lloyd’s passing and it breaks my heart! Grew up in the neighborhood with LLoyd, went to West Jr and Coronado HS together, some rodeos. Then life happens and lost track of each other. I have fond memories of LLoyd and his mom and want to send my condolences.

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