Lloyd E. Bailey
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Lloyd E. Bailey Gone but not forgotten Lloyd was born 1/27/1949 to DeWillis(Doc) and Edith Bailey. He died 3/25/2020. He was preceeded in death by his parents, Son Kevin, brothers Martin and Walter. Lloyd is survived by his wife of 51 years Bev. Son Brent, Grandchildren Ryan (Erica), Christian, Lauren and Jordyn. Sisters Louise, Helen(Dave) Nancy (John). Many nieces and nephews. Lloyd loved to go to Arizona and spend the winters. He also loved being a camp host at Alder Lake for many years. He was loved and will be missed by family and friends. A celebration of life will happen at a later date. Please check Bev's facebook for location and time.

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Published in News Tribune (Tacoma) on Jul. 19, 2020.
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July 21, 2020
I remember the first time we spoke and how strange I felt. You were welcoming and funny. I will remember your laugh. I know one guy who is always going to miss and love you forever. Thank you for being a good grandpa to My Christian.
Sara
Friend
July 21, 2020
My grandpa Lloyd was an amazing human. He has left this world far too early but I know that he is with Dad and he's sitting down having coffee with him and catching up. I'm so fortunate to have had such a wonderful grandfather for so many years of my life. Some of my favorite memories were spending time with my grandparents at their house in Spanaway. I can still see him sitting on the couch watching NASCAR. He was always a jokester always finding a way to make us grandkids laugh. Family meant everything to him and he made sure to express that any way that he could. I will always cherish the Last Christmas I had with him he was sitting at the kitchen table telling all of the grandkids stories one of them was about how he met my grandma and became boyfriend and girlfriend what a strong marriage they have had for 51 years. I hope one day when I meet my soulmate I can have a relationship with them that is a strong as it was with him and my Grandma Bev. I will miss his laughter I can still hear it in my head every day. It was a laugh that you could hear across the house. I miss him dearly I think about him almost everyday it's hard to believe that he's no longer here but I know that he's still with us and that he's around. Last night as I was going for a walk after work in the park I wanted to see this comment everybody's been talking about as I was looking up thinking about him suddenly I saw a shooting star shoot across the sky and I knew it was him sending me a little wave to let me know he was with me at that moment I knew it was him. I love you grandpa thank you for all the memories and thank you to God for giving me such a wonderful person to call my grandpa
Christian Matter
Grandchild
July 20, 2020
Lloyd was such a sweet man always so friendly every time we saw him at family gatherings .. he will be missed! RIP Lloyd♥
Dina Byrd
Family
July 20, 2020
Lloyd was not only family, he was a wonderful friend. We had so many great times with him and Bev. I will always remember his incredible laugh. He had such a sense of humor, was kind and generous. Our camping trips were a blast. Lloyd and Bev's love and devotion for each other was beyond words. We will miss him terribly. Goodbye dear friend.
Ron and Lynette Trett
Family
July 20, 2020
Bev,
Our memories of Lloyd were of his sense of humor, friendliness & always smiling. We had some great times when the kids were young & pray these & all other memories may bring lasting comfort. Love, Jim & Cindy, John & Craig Williams
Friend
July 19, 2020
Lloyd and Bev have been my friends for 54 years even tho we lost contact for some of those years we picked up where we left off love and miss you
Debby Mason
Family
July 19, 2020
Lloyd was a great friend, had lots of fun times with him and his beautiful wife Bev. Our hearts are heavy for him and his family. He is truly missed. I'm not real good at words, but I know they know how much we loved them both. It was hard for us to see him struggling for the last few years, I pray he is at ease now. Praying for peace for the family. Bev you do know we will always be here for you when ever you need. Hugs and love to all. Your friends always Randy and Judy.
judy Heinrich
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