August 29, 1968 ~ April 12, 2019

Born in: Trinidad, Colorado
Resided in: Westminster, Colorado

Gary “Segundo” Sandoval, 50, of Westminster, Colorado passed away on Friday, April 12, 2019. Gary was born on August 29, 1968 to the late Joe Sandoval and the late Arlene Saiz. He is survived by his son Gary Sandoval, Jr.; siblings, Wayne Saiz, Nick Sandoval, Cathy Sandoval, and Glenda Benzie; aunt, Sostena (Sandoval) Martinez; cousin, Amanda Lopez; and numerous other family members.

Gary enjoyed softball, pool, bowling and visiting the dog track, and he loved the Denver Broncos. He was known to have a sweet-tooth and especially loved chocolate milk.

Gary had a difficult battle in his final years and will be missed by those he loved and those that loved him.


Funeral Service: May 10, 2019 12:00 pm

Rocky Mountain Calvary
4285 N Academy Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80918

Reception: May 10, 2019 1:00 pm

Rocky Mountain Calvary
4285 N Academy Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80918

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The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Gary "Segundo" Sandoval's name.

Parkinson's Foundation of the Rockies

1325 South Colorado Blvd., Suite 204B
Denver, CO 80222
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  1. Gary we will miss you we love you very much. You are in the arms of our loving God. That means no more suffering or pain. Only happiness and love forever.

  2. My dearest brother, when we we little you couldn’t say Glenda so you called me Lella, that name has stuck with me my whole life, although mom called me lel which she new how to make crazy names for our family, it will always be Lella. I will miss you every day of my life. I’m thankful you are no longer in pain and in a better place. I love you Gary

    • Glenda…
      Our deepest Condolences to you. May God surround you with his Peace and comfort. Always know your in our Hearts, thoughts but above all our Prayers.
      Phil and Connie Garcia

  3. Gary,
    You had a smile for everyone, you had a heart of gold, you left behind the memories, that we will forever hold …. R.I.P.
    Love your, Nina Tena
    God sister, Amanda
    God brother,Ronald

  4. We will miss you Gary! We have a lot of good memories of you. Gone, but not forgotten. R.I.P. ~Carl,Shelly, Veronica,Anjelika, and Erika Martinez~

  5. Love you Gary you have always been there for me always have had the kindest heart going to miss you be happy up there drink some milk for me love you.

  6. Gary your journey was a rough one and life threw you a lot of curve balls. You managed to swing and hit those bad boys.. You are at peace now. One of the best pool players I knew and one heck of a softball player. . You will be missed. Rest easy now cousin you have earned it.

  7. Cousin Gary,
    Rest Easy up there in heaven. You now have the peace and happiness you deserve. I’ll never forget your rap game…just never knew when you were going spit a flow at me…good times I wish cherish. Love you cousin❣❣❣you will be missed by so many.

  8. Gary, I feel like I never really got to know you and that makes me sad. We were neighbors and even lived together for sometime. I always took care of you boy and would’ve given anything to have him as mine, he would’ve grown up knowing you and being close to you. I know I will not forget the memories we did share and laughs, sometimes at your expense but you did funny things and were pretty easy to trick. I think me rubbing my belly on you all the time when I was pregnant is why Zeph loves her “caco milk” aka Chocolate milk. Rest easy in the arms of our dear Lord and save me a chocolate doughnut, until we meet again. Love you Big G. Always your little cousin Samantha and sweet Zephi. Xoxo

  9. Gary
    You mentally prepared me for Trinidad high school that’s the memory that sticks out to me the most when I think about you. You drove me Joey and Aunt Tena in your Lincoln down to Trinidad from Denver and I’ll never forget it that day! I love you for being a man in my life! I look up to you and now your in the sky! I will never forget you in my prayers your name will never be out of sight cousin! RIP Gary Sandoval

  10. Have a peaceful journey cousin Garry, the waters are now still, your pain and suffering are No longer a burden to bare. The life’s journey you take is simple and beautiful you will see the familar and they will walk with you to your ancestors who await the pure you again…. The warrior.

  11. My brother, my brother my heart breaks but I know your not suffering anymore all the pain and struggles are done. You had a heart of gold and the strongest fighter I know. I love you with all my heart and I know your in God’s hands now, that is the only thing that gives me comfort. You will be missed and never forgotten my brother, I was and will always be my brothers keeper, miss you so much my brother R.I.P.

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