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Lloyd Worth is the President and CEO of Worth Financial Partners. In his role as an independent LPL financial advisor, he has no company agenda or quota to meet. He is able to work closely with his clients to evaluate their current status, establish realistic financial goals based on their unique situation, and create solid plans to pursue those goals. He works hard to determine what is really important to each client so he can most effectively help them work toward their lifetime goals and passions.
As a financial professional, he’s made it his goal to understand the challenges people face in successfully strategizing for retirement, and to provide personalized guidance that puts his clients’ interests first. His practice is based in the Colorado Front Range, where he lives. When you call or visit his office, you’ll meet with a caring person who really spends the time to listen to you and understand your needs.
Lloyd believes strongly in giving back to the community in which he lives and works, and provides numerous service hours to the Brighton community. As a member of the board of directors for Almost Home, he works to help homeless families transition into housing; as a board member for the Brighton Legacy Foundation, Lloyd works to help promote local philanthropy, raising funds that help fund a wide variety of beneficial community projects and efforts by various charitable organizations affecting and supporting Brighton residents; as a board member for Harmony Angels Foundation he spends time visiting with seniors confined to nursing homes, and participates in collecting supplies for Freedom Service Dogs to help veterans, among other service projects; as an active member of the Kiwanis Club of Brighton, he participates in several projects each year to help kids and families in the Brighton community, and co-chairs the planning/management team of the Predator A.W.A.R.E. Fair, a free community event focused on helping to educate parents and youth about the risks and ways to prevent tragedy caused by predatory behaviors. Lloyd also serves as an adult commissioner on the nationally acclaimed Brighton Youth Commission, volunteering several hours each month mentoring youth leaders and advocating for a greater representation of youth voice in community development matters.
Raised primarily in Fort Collins, Colorado, Lloyd eventually settled in Brighton with his wife, Beverly, to raise a family. They now have two grown children, Cole and Jean. Since 2007 Lloyd has enjoyed participating in karate with Cole and, while it is primarily intended to provide a good workout, he has several state championships to show for his hard work. He’s also an avid baseball fan and loves to root the Colorado Rockies on with Jean and Bev.