It is with great sadness that the family of Anthony Dean Lucero announces his passing on Sunday, May 23, 2021, at the age of 36. Anthony was born on January 27, 1985 in Denver and decided to arrive while his parents were at a Nuggets game. Anthony spent his last hours with his family and doing what he loved most.
Anthony developed a passion for contracting after working with his father and brother Ray Ray at GE Johnson and decided to start his own business, Shine Bright Home Services, because he said that “I CAN BE GE JOHNSON!” No matter what obstacles or challenges that came his way, he knew he was going to “CRACK-EM!” His go-getter attitude, million-dollar smile, charisma and drive are what led his business to the success it is to this day. His mom Sheri, his sister Tina and his aunt Lisa can attest to this because of the numerous calls “HE” made to them every day concerning their properties (But do not call his mom before 8).
He loved his family and when around them he had the biggest smile ever. When he was around, he was the life of the party. He loved his son Roman; “You’re welcome Jessica!” He came to know the movie Madagascar 2 – Escape to Africa by heart because of Roman and it was confirmed when heard singing in the shower to “He liked to move it, move it!” His son Kaden liked his nights getting “Pumped Up” lifting weights after Jiu Jitsu practice, but he did not like his days mowing lawns for his Dad’s business. Alondra was his oldest, but she will always be his one and only Daughter.
Growing up, Anthony had a love for playing sports from the age of 5. As a child, he played for a team called the Steelers and he thought that is why he liked them, but we all know it is because it is and was his mom’s favorite team but that was his story to tell. Anthony also liked to go to his Grandma Rose’s where he made numerous memories with Charlotte and Danielle who were like sisters to him. He also played many other sports with his siblings and friends. As he got older, he got into lifting weights and competed and won many competitions. His Grandma Rose thought he had “Pillows on his chest.”
Anthony will be loved and missed and remembered by his wife of 10 years, Jessica and his children, Alondra, Kaden and Roman. He is also survived by his parents Dean (Karen) Lucero, Sheri (Mike) Reynolds, Grandparents Manuel Lucero, and Cathy & Gene Collins and by his siblings Christina Lucero, Tristan (Kayla) Reynolds, Ray Ray Bargas, Shantel (Chris) Sepulveda, Antoinette (Francisco) Aguilar, and Josh Sanchez. Anthony will also be forever remembered by his numerous Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, extended family, and dear friends. He is proceeded in death by his Grandma Rose Lucero whom he was the apple of her eye.
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