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Lloyd T Harvey

Lloyd's life began on August 31, 1936 in Newton. He was the son of Frederick T. and Bernice Kay (Abplanalp) Harvey.  He graduated from Potwin High School and served his country in the United States Army in the late 1950's.  Lloyd was a livestock farmer and rancher.  He raised pork for a while then moved into the cattle business.  Lloyd was united in marriage to the former Barbara Lee Hagen on November 16, 1958 at the Potwin Christian Church.  He was active in 4H as a youngster living on the farm.  Lloyd served on the Whitewater Watershed Board for many years, was a member of Farm Bureau and was a Remington High School booster.  He loved sports and mostly arguing about sports with others.  Lloyd's loving family includes his children Elizabeth (Randy) Smith of Arlington and Jeff (Alicia) Harvey of Owosso, OK; grandchildren Whitney, Brandon, Rilee, Chanze, Corey, Kendra, and Austin; great grandchildren Gauge, Adilyne, Melrose, Jamison, Adilyn and Huntleigh.  Lloyd passed away on April 3, 2021 at Newton Presbyterian Manor.  He is preceded in death by his parents, wife Barbara, grandson Kyle Smith, and his sister Beverly Ann Chase.  His family will gather with friends on Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. at Lamb Funeral Home, Whitewater where his funeral service will be held on Thursday at 1 p.m. Lloyd will be laid to rest in Walnut Valley Memorial Park, El Dorado with military honors.  Memorial contributions in his name may be directed to Heart and Soul Hospice or Newton Presbyterian Manor in are of the funeral home.  Please sign his online guestbook and leave a memory of Lloyd at www.ymzfh.com.


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Bev (Hi, Neighbors!! Sure miss chatting with both of you!! Happy Heavenly, Peace and Joy!!) Apr 10 2022 11:30 PM

I first met Lloyd through my mom, Joan Gilmore, on the doorsteps of her house. He had brought her Kentucky Fried chicken and they were chatting away. I had not seen my mother happier in a long time and he has been her devoted friend ever since. I am saddened not to see him in her life but thankful to have known him. RIP Lloyd.

Susan Gifford Apr 13 2021 12:00 AM

My memory of Lloyd and Barb were always friendly, always waving and smiling...Lloyd would ring up my dad,(Ellis Smith) to tell him, " I am taking a beef or pig to the market. Would u want half? You dont know what it meant to my folks to have fresh beef or pork!! Mom would make canned pork, so yum!! Ive always known Lloyd to be kind and generous!! Since I use to stop and look at the piggies he had, he told me, "if u ever want a pig; we can work something out!" I never did though. Bev.Smith, North Newton, Ks

Beverly Smith Apr 11 2021 12:00 AM

Sure a shock, when I opened the newspaper this a.m.! Lloyd was a great neighbor and will be missed so much!! So very sad for the passing of your dad...had many conversations with him, back in the day. He is at rest. Enjoyed their piggies so much!!! My sincere condolences!! Bev. Smith, North Newton, Ks

Beverly Smith Apr 8 2021 12:00 AM

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