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LLoyd W. Rich
December 23, 1942 ~ February 17, 2023 (age 80) 80 Years Old
Whitehall-Lloyd W. Rich lived his entire life in Whitehall. He died peacefully in his home On February 17th, 2023 after many years of cancer.
Born December 23rd, in 1942, born to his Father Harold J. Rich and his Mother Cora P. Rich (Constant) Of Whitehall. He is the youngest of 7 brothers all of which have passed on before him: Donald, Harold, Robert, Gorman, Les, Roland.
Lloyd never had children, however his second wife Dorothy (his first wife passed at an early age), came with three adult children, Tom, Jason, and Sheila, who were quite active in his life. He is also survived by many nephews, nieces, and cousins as well as good friends. Paul Round, Kenny Winslow, Joe Pelkey, and his two "adopted" grandsons, Bert "Chris" Whidden, and Johnny Byrnes the fourth.
Lloyd was interested in many things in his life but some stand out. He liked doing things with wood, he could make or fix just about anything. He loved ice fishing, well, fishing in general, boating, making maple syrup, and hunting, he loved venison. Just about any reason to be outdoors, he also did have several bowling trophies. He co-managed the local Green River Band for many years, makes sense, as he loved listening to country music. He was known to shake a leg now and then. He worked approximately 40 years at his brother's company Rich Aluminum and Siding where he retired. Later he went to work for himself and spent a lot of time improving his home and land, as well as helping others until he couldn't. He was always busy.
He spent his final years and hours with his companion Shirley Robinson.
The family wants to thank his caregivers for their kindness.
Lloyd was a good man, really, he was. He believed in Jesus, his Lord, and Savior, with whom he now resides.
Finally, there will be a celebration of life in his honor and a graveside memorial service. To be announced or contact, Jason Rich, Dorothy Rich, or Sheila Byrnes. No funeral service, per Lloyd's request. R.I.P. Lloyd, you had a great dash.