“I am so saddened to hear about Lloyd. I so enjoyed knowing him when he came to volunteer at Iowa Western; he would always stop be my desk at the switchboard and visit. Then later as one of the volunteers, I got to know him a little better. He was a wonderful man and I will always remember how kind he was. May your family find peace in your memories of him.
“the whole Brazelton family I'm so very sorry for your loss.May he rest in everlasting peace.God bless and be with all of you.
So sorry to hear of Lloyds passing. I will never forget his great kindness and as our loving neighbor on North Line Drive.My sympathy to all the family.Bill and Joan Bruner Jones
“So sorry for your loss. Have know the Brazelton's since 1958 when we moved "on the hill" on North Line Drive. A lot of good memories of us kids growing up together. And our families doing things together. Keep those memories alive and find comfort that Lloyd loved his family. It was great seeing you all last night. Wish I could be there today for you. Prayers to you all. Keep in touch.
“I'm so sorry to hear of Lloyd's passing. I always enjoyed visiting with him & Dolores when they volunteered at the hospital & seeing his wonderful smile. He was one of the kindest I've ever known. He'll be missed by many.
“As he worked with my Dad, our family has known "Braz" and his family a long time. He was always kind and pleasant and I will miss running in to him. All good thoughts and prayers from the Judkins clan to Dolores and all your family!
“Our thoughts and prayers are with Dolores and the family.
“The Council Bluffs Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution pays a tribute & deepest gratitude to Lloyd Brazelton for the sacrifice he made for our country.
“So many wonderful memories of Lloyd and his amazing smile and friendly attitude.
Our old neighborhood was the best!!!
Thoughts and hugs to all the family.
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