Lloyd Combe

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Lloyd M Combe
April 23, 1964 - June 29, 2017
Lloyd Combe, 53, of Adrian, Oregon passed away Thursday, June 29, 2017 at University of Utah Hospital.
Lloyd was born April 23, 1964, in Grants Pass, Oregon, the son of Bud and Janet Combe. He was raised in Murphy, Oregon and moved to the Treasure Valley with his wife Tina Combe in 1987 where they raised four wonderful children.
Lloyd pursued his lifelong dream of farming in the Treasure Valley for the last 35 years. He was an active member in the Treasure Valley Antique Tractor Association for the past 15 years. His hobbies included camping, riding his dirt bike, fixing up his tractors and spending time with his beloved family!
He is survived by his wife Tina of Adrian; a daughter Melissa and her husband Eric Rios and four children of Nyssa; Son Gary of Star; Daughter Carla of Adrian; Son Derek of Adrian. Lloyd has four remaining brothers and two sisters. Lloyd was preceded in death by his brother Dale Combe.
Services will be held Saturday, July 8th at 10:00 a.m. at 909 Emerald Slope Road Nyssa Oregon, 97913. The procession will follow directly after the funeral where he will be taken to the Owyhee cemetery for the burial. At 1:00 p.m. a Celebration of Life will take place at the Adrian Community Church where a potluck and socializing will take place (401 third street Adrian, OR). If you would like to make a contribution to the family to help pay for funeral expenses that can be made at gf.me/u/7m3w6 this is a gofundme account that was set up by the daughter.

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Lienkaemper Funeral Chapel
207 Ehrgood Avenue
Nyssa, OR 97913
(541) 889-5353
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Published in Idaho Press Tribune on July 5, 2017