Lloyd Antieau
In Memory of
Lloyd Vincent Antieau
1932 - 2018
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Condolence From: Marjorie Camelet-Antieau
Condolence: Unfortunately I was only lucky enough to know Lloyd for the past 20 years...but during that time I grew to love his smile; his gentle ways; his hugs; warm laugh; his enjoyment of the things he grew; his love for his daughters and wife, Mary; his caring acts for his brothers; his passion for what was going on in the world; but most of all his wit, sense of humor and the comedy act I so often enjoyed between him and his brother, Lyle. I am grateful for those memories...I will treasure them always. Marge (Lyle's wife)
Sunday February 25, 2018
Condolence From: LaDawn Kennedy
Condolence: To the family of Lloyd Antieau, please accept my condolences for the death of your loved one. May your family find comfort in the Bible's hope of a resurrection at Acts 24:15. God promises that He will gain permanent victory over death at Isaiah 25:8.
Wednesday February 21, 2018
Condolence From: Agica and Nancy Milosevic
Condolence: We met Lloyd just a few times and enjoyed his company very much. We got to know him a little better over the years through Kim and Mario. He was a kind man and thoughful man. Our deepest condolences to Kim and her Family. Rest in peace.
Saturday February 17, 2018
Condolence From: Gary Shinsky
Condolence: So happy to have known Lloyd for 36 years. I know that his 5 daughters adored him and he them. Was grateful to have been able to say goodbye to him. He will never be forgotten and everyone will have a ton of great, funny memories of him and his jokes he loved to tell. He was one talented man when it came to making quilts. They were beautiful. We love you Lloyd!!
Wednesday February 14, 2018
Condolence From: Mario Milosevic
Condolence: I knew Lloyd for almost 40 years. He was a generous soul, always unfailingly kind and interested in the people around him. You could tell, just from talking to him, that he cared about you and the world. He also had a curiosity about things. He was constantly learning something new, whether it was quilting, woodworking, building, gardening, or any number of other activities. I will always remember the look on his face when he was contemplating some new idea. It was a mixture of bright-eyed interest and deep contemplation. I will miss his easy manner and his love of life. He left the world far too soon.
Wednesday February 14, 2018