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Lloyd H. Davenport

January 14, 1936 - February 07, 2012
Dundee, FL

Lloyd H. Davenport

January 14, 1936 - February 07, 2012
Dundee, FL

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Lloyd was born on January 14, 1936 and passed away on Tuesday, February 7, 2012.

Lloyd was a resident of Dundee, Florida.

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4 responses to Lloyd H. Davenport

  1. chavonne says:

    Will miss you dad . Rest in peace. Love you always…

  2. Harold was the best grandfather anyone could ever ask for. Where ever I was he would come visit me: school, work, home, where ever he was there. He always had a car full of goodies, I loved when he came over and popped the trunk of the car, I would tell my husband, “Put your shoes on Harold outside with the trunk open,” I always wanted everything that was in there. He was there for me when I needed him and he will truly, truly be missed by all that knew him.
    I Will Always Love You,
    Meka
    or Chavonne whatever he felt like calling me at the time

  3. Hope Johnson says:

    Harold I will miss you more then words can say. You have been an excellent grandfather. Most of all I am greatful that my son Jonah had the opportunity to enjoy knowing you as his “pop-pop”. I can hear you asking me to let you “hold something” then I would respond by asking you the same and you will start laughing. I am going to miss that about you. I am thankful the best thing you are giving me to hold is your memory. You are loved and missed.

    Hope and Jonah

  4. Rosemary says:

    Harold was a fun stepfather. My biological father died when I was 17 yrs old and God knew that I needed a father figure to guide me until I matured enough to make decisions of my own. Thanks Chavonne, Deborah, Tony, Alphonzo and Gwendolyn for sharing your dad with me. I love you Harold and you will be truly missed. Also, thank you for being a grandfather figure for my son Sam who love you more than words could ever say.

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