Condolence & Memory Journal

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So sorry to hear of uncle Lloyds passing. I have very fond memories of him as dad's little brother. He came to help with farming and milking cows long before he and Darlene were married. My fondest memory is the night he came with Darlene for the meet the big brother and his family. They were so cute and in love. He was so grown up. There was no teasing or playing around with the nieces. And then I grew up moved away and here we are today. My thoughts and prayers are with you and all the family. Take care of each other. Love to your mom! Harriet Loiselle (also known as Rosie, Harriet jr., and little Harriet )

Posted by Harriet Loiselle - Rockford, IL - Family   November 01, 2016

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Posted by Jeff,Geniene Lange and family - Rio, WI - Family   October 25, 2016

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I was very Blessed to have known Lloyd and be part of the family. Lloyd always had a wonderful inviting smile and loved talking with Lloyd and seeing him at fairs. Lloyd has now joined Jesus in Heaven. Lloyd will be deeply missed .Darlene and family I'm sorry I can't be there I've asked Jesus to put his loving arms around you all as you grieve Lloyd's death. I love you all .

Posted by Sherry Bock - BEAVER DAM, WI - Family   October 24, 2016

Uncle Lloyd with his warm smile and infectious laugh. He was a good man with a kind heart....he will be missed.

Posted by Carol and Chip Felland - Waunakee, WI - Family   October 24, 2016

I will miss you Uncle Lloyd. I don't think I ever saw you without a smile on your face and a twinkle in your eye. I hope you and Dad get to play lots of cribbage or dominoes again. Love and hugs to Aunt Darlene, and cousins Pam, Penny, Joyce and Rocky. Sandy (Warmuth) Grover

Posted by Sandy Grover - Waterloo, WI - Family   October 24, 2016

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So many memories of Uncle Lloyd, Aunt Darlene, Pam, Joyce, Penny and Rocky. Coming over to our house or going to your's. Parents playing cards. We were playing "kick the can," "ghost with the bloody finger", or just chatting in your bedrooms. Always a great memory of my childhood. Uncle Lloyd was always very kind to me and put a smile on my face whenever I saw him. It was the two Parpart brothers that had no boys ... but four girls. I love you guys so much and even though we are not out running around playing in the dark or still sharing secrets in the bedroom, you are always in my memories and my heart. God bless.

Posted by Cathy Parpart Moody - Lodi, WI - Family   October 23, 2016