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William Lloyd (Lloyd) STONE Obituary
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Friday, 17 August 2018

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November 18, 2017
Hi I am Greg Carr husband of Sharon's long lost sister Nadine. Lloyd I cannot believe you are gone. It seemed you always were and always would be around;

- Mowing lawns on your ride on or driving around the countryside with Shirley

- Fixing all manner of machines and vehicles, especially your marinas - including pinky of course

- Taking that campervan around the country supporting and encouraging, supporting and helping out friends and family with Motocross or anything to do with FAST vehicles

- Always there for advice even if took way WAY longer to get away than you'd hoped for. it was always enlightening

- Always the person who knew what was going on in the community from lawn mower licencing changes, to who was doing what and where Or with whom

- Involved and part of the local community and I once even heard him called the King of Rangiriri

- Always able to tell you the best place to get any parts for anything or what petrol to use or NOT to or even how to get containers of battery acid

- Always there to tell stories and make us laugh

- Always tinkering or fixing something and knew magic with machines both big and small. How to start DEAD diesel engines or shortcut mower seal replacement

- Always there to give a hand to anyone and everyone or lend out his tools, expertise, trailer or himself

Thank you Lloyd, you have helped and cared for so many and will be sorely missed by us all. There will NEVER be another QUITE like you.

Goodbye and rest well.

Love from Greg & Nadine & all the Carr family
November 17, 2017
Really going to miss our long chats and seeing pinky around town.Thinking of all the family Jane & Greg Percival
November 17, 2017
Lloyd, we are so grateful that you came into our lives - you truly were Damon's 'best mate' :) We will always treasure our special moments with you and Shirley especially our little trips out in the Motorhome. We will miss not being able to pop in for afternoon tea and a chat about anything and everything. Rest in Peace free from pain - Fly High - Love you always, Damon, Shona, Marcus, Vaughn and Chloe xxxxxxxxxxxx