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Lloyd Nadeau

May 15 ,1947 - July 15, 2020

LLOYD JOSEPH NADEAU

It is with deep sorrow the family announces the untimely passing of Lloyd Nadeau at Health Science Center, age 73.

 

He will be lovingly remembered & sadly missed by his wife Susan of 50 years, his son Trevor, wife Apryl and grandson Hunter. Brother Gerald (Jacqueline), Sister Jeannine, Sister-in-laws Irma, Brenda (Jim), Liz (Dave), Heather (Carl), Brother-in-laws Vernon (Earla), Keith. Biological mother: Mary, Brother: Murray (Pat). Along with Nieces, nephews, friends & Special friends: Ken & Greita, Roger & Nancy, Irene, Jack & Pat, Brian & Bev, Debbie & Joyce.  Lloyd was predeceased by his mother Rosa, Father Edmond, Mother & Father in-law – Jean & Fred. Brothers Norman, Maurice & Larry. as well as brother-in-law: Edward.

Lloyd spent his first few years in Hartney Manitoba but spent the majority of his life in Winnipeg. 1St lived in St. Boniface, then for the past 50 years in St. Vital. Throughout that time he was a fun loving, devoted husband to Susan and they enjoyed traveling, camping and destination holidays with their many friends. Lloyd was always very loving to his son Trevor and he loved being part of his life. He would do anything to help out his son and daughter-in-law (Apryl) and could be seen on many weekend/holiday’s helping out with their many projects around their house. He totally enjoyed all the family & inlaws get together and always helped to make every event special. Always lovingly teasing his sister-in-laws who loved him very much. He looked forward to weekends at Apryl’s parents (Larry & Lyn) place and had many laughs and “short ones” with them, fittingly his last weekend in good health was spent there and we will be forever grateful for that time together.

Lloyd will always be remembered for “His Special Sense of Humor”, he was never afraid to say anything to anybody and due to his quick wit and smile he always seemed to get away with it.

When Lloyd’s grandson came along you could not find a happier grandfather. Eager to take part in all of his grandson’s activities. Hunter was the Apple of his Eye.

Lloyd had a very Strong Work Ethic and started work life early as a delivery boy at Coni Serve Grocery store. Then went on to Safeway where he was a very dedicated employee in the grocery warehouse for over 50 years. Many of his co-workers became close friends and he spend many weeks at their cottages and camping with them.

 

 

He will always be remembered

He will always be remembered as a man both strong & good

Who gave his best to others & did the best he could.

He will always be remembered for all the joy he brought.

As a man who made a difference and a man who meant a lot!

 

Roses are Red

Violets are Blue

For the Rest of Our Lives

Lloyd we will Truly miss You!

 

Cremation has taken place and a celebration of life will be held at a later date.

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