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Lloyd Venable Gibbons
  • December 11, 1921
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  • May 03, 2017

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Lloyd Venable Gibbons, 95, of South Daytona, Florida passed away on May 3, 2017 at the Port Orange Rehabilitation Center. He was born on December 11, 1921 in Scarsdale, New York to the late Richard and Nathalie Gibbons. Lloyd was a Veteran of the United States Army obtaining the rank of Captain, and served as a Medical Battalion Officer during World War II with the 3rd Army, 11th Armored Division. After the service, he worked as a Watch Supervisor for Con Edison at the East River Power Plant in Manhattan, New York, retiring after 32 years. He is a member of the VFW and he enjoyed golfing and traveling. Lloyd is survived by his son, Brian Gibbons and his wife Toni of Port Orange; his son, Kevin Gibbons and his wife Trisha of South Daytona; his brother, John Gibbons of New Bern, North Carolina; his granddaughter, Anitra Frawley of Middletown, New York; his granddaughter, Marlena Kelly of New York, New York; and his great-grandson, Nicholas Frawley of Middletown, New York. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Joan Gibbons and his siblings Richard, Jeannette, Frank, and Joseph. Memorial donations may be made in memory of Lloyd to the VFW of your choosing.

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  1. Dennis Dino says:
    27 Oct 2017
    I bought Lloyd's home in Montgomery N.Y. in 2000. He was a very kind man and kept his home beautiful. Sorry for your Loss.

  2. Marlena posted an image:
    28 May 2017

  3. Marlena says:
    28 May 2017
    A few days ago we said our final goodbye to my grandfather. At 95, he lived an extradordinary life and was the most kind and generous person you could ever hope to meet. I was lucky enough to call him "Poppy." If more people were like him in the world, then the world would be a much better place. I will miss him more than words can say but thankful I had him in my life for as long as I did. I can only hope to have such an amazing life as he did and am a better person for knowing and loving him.

  4. Michael and Jayne Gailey says:
    15 May 2017
    Our deepest sympathy and love for your families. I am the daughter of Frank and Gail Gibbons. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. My brothers, Mike and Phil and sister, GailAnne, send their love also. Rick Gibbons emails back and forth with our son, Mike. That's how we found out about our dearest Uncle. Love to all,
    from Syracuse, Utah. Mike and Jayne Gailey

    801-589-3192 My cell

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    09 May 2017

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