Lloyd Edwin Smith
Lloyd Edwin Smith, aged 79 years of Moose Jaw, SK passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 29th, 2022 in Central Butte Regency Manor.
Lloyd was born to Richard and Olga Smith on November 10th, 1942. He attended Chaplin School and completed Teachers College in Regina, SK. Lloyd returned home to teach and marry his life partner, Erva Seaborg. The happy couple moved to Moose Jaw to start their family: son Darin, daughter Jody and son Trent.
Lloyd was a teacher and Principal for 25 years before starting Smitty’s Painting. He operated a successful business while employing individuals who struggled to find employment. Lloyd was well known as being a hard-working man and very intelligent. He loved his granddaughters immensely.
He was predeceased by his daughter, Jody; wife, Erva; brothers, Ken and Mel; sister, Bev; niece, Ashley; nephew, Mark; and Trent’s partner, Lynn. Left to miss Lloyd’s presence are his sons, Trent and Darin (Stacey); beloved granddaughters: Kayley (Warren) Strachan, Tori (Cory) Brown, and Paige Smith; great-granddaughters, Claire and Grace Strachan; brothers, Dennis (Lynne) and Glen (Helen); sisters, Ruth (Ed) and Val (Randy); sisters-in-law, Lil and Doreen Smith; as well as many nieces and nephews.
A special thank you to the Moose Jaw Palliative Homecare Team and Dr Waldner, Deidra Wilson – you were the light in Lloyd’s day, thank you for supporting and caring for Lloyd and being our friend, and to Dale King – thank you for being a great friend and confidant to Lloyd.
A Private Celebration of Lloyd’s Life will be held in the near future with close family and friends. In lieu of flowers, please take an extra minute to be kind or generous to others. Arrangements are entrusted to Moose Jaw Funeral Home, 268 Mulberry Lane. Todd Sjoberg, Funeral Director 306-693-4550
So sad to hear Mr. Lloyd Smith had to die. I got to know and meet Lloyd at AW at coffee breaks.
Lloyd was a very fine gentleman and very kind. May the family appreciate that we could see Lloyd alive again to the Bible promises mention In 1Corinthians 15:21-26, may these words greatly comfort all of you for the better days ahead of us.
Lloyd was my grade 8 teacher at Briercrest. He was a great teacher and a great person. So sorry to hear of his passing.
Our deepest condolence’s go out too all of you.. May your memories carry each of you through this difficult time. Sincerely Cliff and Doris Dunlop
We are so very sorry to hear of Lloyd’s passing.
We knew him for many years and we did work for each other.
Our deepest condolences to all of you.
Rest in peace Smitty.
Deepest sympathy to all the family.I first met Mr Smith when he taught at Mortlach.He was not my teacher.We had friends in common and I visited their home many times.Smitty was a character to say the least.RIP my friend.
Out deepest sympathy to all the family. May you find comfort in the many happy memories you shared as a family.
So sad to hear of Lloyd’s passing, what a nice man. I have a feeling Erva is going to be so happy to see him again. I knew Erva from working at the Burger Palace, before meeting Lloyd, what a lovely couple they were. My condolences to the family. I am thankful I got to know Lloyd.
So sorry to hear of Lloyd’s passing.My condolences to Darin and family and Trent. Take time to recall memories. Sincerely Diane Robertson
My sincere condolences to Darin and Trent and family.