Lloyd Joseph McCliggott
1930 - 2021
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McCliggott, Lloyd Joseph 2/20/1930 - 1/18/2021 Au Gres, MI On Monday January 18th, 2021, Lloyd J. McCliggott, at the age of 90, was reunited with his wife and best friend, JoAnn (Sprunger) McCliggott. Lloyd was born on January 20th, 1930 in Saginaw Michigan to Joseph John (1905-1939), and Leona Agnes (Cottrell) McCliggott (1902-1978). Lloyd was the fourth of five siblings; Hilda Virginia Cottrell (1923-2010), Neoma McCliggott (1925-2007), Arthur Lewis McCliggott (1927-1983), and Duane John McCliggott (1935-). Raised in Saginaw, Lloyd spent his youthful summers working his Grandparents farm in Au Gres, Michigan, which led to his love for the small town. While attending St. Andrews High School in Saginaw, Lloyd was an outstanding athlete and captain of the High School football and basketball teams. He met his wife to be, JoAnn Sprunger while lifeguarding at Anderson Pool. They were later married on October 28th, 1950 in Saginaw, Michigan. They enjoyed 56 years of marriage prior to JoAnn's death, on June 10th, 2006. Lloyd and JoAnn's avid love of the water, sports, music, reading and family have been passed on through their six children, Lloyd J McCliggott Jr. (Nancy Byrd) of Philomont, VA, Susan McCliggott (Mark Birney) of Marquette, MI, Timothy M McCliggott, of Winchester, VA, Judie McCliggott (Dan Dupuis) of Goodland, FL, Kelly McCliggott of Saginaw, MI, and Jamie McCliggott (Darrell Lubben) of Kokomo, IN. Lloyd was employed by General Motors, Gray Iron Foundry as an electrical engineer until his retirement at 55 years young. Lloyd and JoAnn then moved from Saginaw to their waterfront home in Au Gres, MI. In the 35 years of owning the beachfront home, many fond memories were made with their grandchildren: Nick, Mary, TJ, Chris, RJ, Shelby, Meghan, Sarah, Jenna, and Spencer; as well as their neighbors. He also enjoyed spending time with his many nieces, nephews and great-grandchildren; Natalie, Fiona, Finn, Eddie, Benji and Quinn. After JoAnn's death, Lloyd began spending his winters in Marco Island, FL; where he enjoyed many visitors and the company of his youngest brother, Duane. Lloyd J McCliggott' s quiet sense of humor, broad smile along with his kind and compassionate spirit will be missed by those who knew him well. A celebration of his, and JoAnn's life will be honored by his family when the shores of Lake Huron are warm. Please add any stories, reflections, or your feelings for Lloyd on our memory page: www.casefuneralhome.com In lieu of Flowers please consider donating to St. Jude's Children Hospital or the Au Gres-Sims (Michigan) Public Library at P.O. Box 121, Au Gres MI 48703.


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Published in Saginaw News on MLive.com from Jan. 20 to Jan. 21, 2021.
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January 25, 2021
We first met Lloyd many years ago when we bought our cottage in Augres. We always enjoyed talking with Lloyd while walking the beach or sitting on his dock. Occasionally Lloyd would stop over and we would relax in the gazebo, talking a bit while watching the boats go by and the waves break on the shore. It was always enjoyable and I regret that we didn't do it more often. Lloyd was a very nice man and will certainly be missed. Our condolences to all the family.
Steve & Laureen Lutenski
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January 23, 2021
Lloyd was the best kindness man ever. I worked with joann so met him through her. We spent some great days at their place in augre. Fun white water rafting days where i met a lot of the family. Sending prayers to you all . He was the best .
cindy koth
January 20, 2021
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

So sorry to hear of your loss. Sending hugs, prayers and love to all of your families
Dave and Susan Leonard
Family
January 20, 2021
I met LLoyd at the Huron Breeze golf club where we were in a league together. I always enjoyed golfing with LLoyd and his company. Although we were not great friends, always enjoyed speaking with him when on occasion our paths crossed through the years. Our condolences go out to LLoyd and his family. May he rest in peace and join his beloved wife in heaven.

Larry & Linda Gontko Point Lookout, Michigan
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