Obituary of Lloyd George
In the early hours of Tuesday, November 24, 2020, Lloyd George, loving husband, father, grandfather, passed away from natural causes at the age of 91 in Camrose, Alberta. Lloyd was predeceased by his father Len George, and his mother Elizabeth (Butch) Rosgen-Moser. Lloyd was born in Galahad, Alberta on December 22, 1928. In 1949, he met his future wife, Joyce Niehaus, when she was playing for a dance at Cold Stream Farm. Lloyd's wicked sense of humor is what attracted Joyce to him. On October 17, 1951, they were married in Heisler, Alberta. Lloyd and Joyce celebrated their 69th wedding anniversary this year. Over the years, they had three daughters Sharleen, Debbie, and Rhonda; two sons Bob, and Don; nine grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Lloyd was a hardworking, proud, stubborn, loving man who did everything possible, with his wife Joyce at his side, to teach his children the value of perseverance and hard work. His passion and life's work was farming. His favorite sayings were, "You have to have a plan", and "You need a reason to get up in the morning." These two life objectives made him into the successful farmer, husband and father whom he was. Because of the restrictions caused by COVID-19, there will be no funeral service. Lloyd will be cremated, and the family will hold a celebration of life ceremony in the spring or summer of 2021. Please do not send flowers. The Food Bank is in desperate need of help this year.