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Lloyd G. Camp

Meriden, Connecticut

1/25/1933 - 8/30/2018

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Lloyd Gilbert Camp, 85, of Meriden, died peacefully on Thursday, Aug. 30, 2018. Lloyd was born in Meriden on Jan. 25, 1933, a son of the late Edward C. Camp, Jr., and Loretta Johnson Camp. He was known for his talent of playing the guitar and singing western songs. He was a machinist at Thompson...

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We got to know Lloyd through Heritage Baptist Church. He was a great man and will be greatly missed. Rest in Peace Lloyd in the arms of Jesus!!! Rod, Tarie, and Jake

So sorry Cheryl to read of your Brothers passing may he RIP, Pat Galusha Dorio

Lynn, My Sincere Condolences to you and your family for the loss of your Dad. Cherish your memories to help ease your pain. May your Dad Rest In Peace

Condolences to the Camp family from the Walker family. We all lived in close proximity on Veteran St.: Elizabeth Walker and Carol Walker along with Cesar Walker (deceased) May the Lord comfort you.

Carol Walker

Sending Sincere Condolences To Cheryl,Loretta,Juliette,Gene,Margaret and the entire Camp Family. We remember Lloyd as Our Sister in Law, Cheryl's, oldest brother that walked her down the isle giving her away at Cheryl & Roy's Wedding, Hence bringing our two families together. We were saddened to hear of the passing of our brother in law Lloyd. As you treasure the memories that he left with all of you, may he rest in peace with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

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I love you and you will shine on us always sing with the Angels

Uncle Lloyd I am going to miss you so much you know I always told you that you are my favorite uncle. I know you are on your way home with Nanna and other family members and I know you will be at peace. I still can't believe you are not going to be here to talk to and for me to be protective over you but I know you will always be in my heart and my prayers I Love You Uncle Lloyd forever I always loved hearing you playing your guitar and singing the number 1 song I loved.... I Found My Thrill...

"I lived in the projects at 13 Lourdes Court in Meriden ct. and at the age of 13, I remember Lloyd coming down the hill from Hollis drive with his guitar on his back ( as Johnny Cash did ) and would be like Pied Piper. He would sit on our steps and played his guitar. He inspired me and my brother Bobby, and we learned from him. We started a band with George Johnson my classmate also from Hollis Drive. Thank you Lloyd, because of you, music became part of my life, playing along with my...

Cheryl and family. My sincere condolences on the loss of you loved one. May your heavy hearts lighten with fondest of memories. Lou Ann Brannan