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Lloyd Gene Davis of Hawthorne, CA entered eternal life on Christmas Day December 25, 2012 at age 68 from complications of pneumonia. Lloyd Davis was born June 2, 1944 in Arkansas; his mother was Mary Frances Moore and father was Joe VL Davis. He was the only son with two sisters Martha Villareal and Joyce McCurtain. He attended Hawthorne High School. Lloyd was married to Beatrice Gaspard, aka "Dolly" on February 17, 1964. Lloyd began his career with Standard Oil as a Gas Station Attendant learning the skills at several Gas Stations at the 405 FWY, Rosecrans and Hindry, in Hawthorne, Ca. As a business owner, he became a Standard Oil Chevron Dealer where he served the community of Hawthorne for over 30 years. A family man who loved boating and camping Lloyd vacationed with his wife, children and grand-children at the lakes and rivers. Lloyd loved his family and friends, and enjoyed motorcycles, classic cars and music. Lloyd is survived by his wife Dolly Davis of 48 years; three daughters, Cindy Campbell-Davis, Charlotte Flynn and husband Brian Flynn, Tina Blair and husband David Blair; one son-nephew Mitchel Wise; one sister Joyce McCurtain and husband Ricky McCurtain. He was a proud "Papa" to seven grandchildren ages 23-9: Justin Lloyd Campbell, Lacey Flynn, Lauren Campbell, Sierra Flynn, Riley John-Davis Flynn, Davis Jordan Blair and Drake Kenneth Blair. Lloyd's humor, gentle spirit, the unconditional love he had for his family and friends was the essence of a man loved by so many and will be missed by all.

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  1. Uncle Lloyd, I will miss you very much. I enjoyed the time we spent together and all of our talks. I know when you get to heaven there will be a nice shiny white Chrysler 300 waiting for you (*wink*). I love you very much. Chris

  2. It can be very hard to say goodbye to someone who has always been there for us. May all of your loving memories help you through this time.

  3. My heart and prayers go out to your family for your loss. When I reflect back over the years and the many memories we shared, I can’t believe our families have been a part of each others lives for over 40 years. We are like one big family and we have been there for each other through the good times as well as the bad. I have always viewed Lloyd & Dolly as my 2nd set of parents and Cindy, Charlotte, and Tina as my sisters. I will truly miss Lloyd with all my heart and soul, but it comforts me to know that he is resting peacefully with God and that I will see him again one day! With all my love and deepest sympathy, Theresa

  4. May all of your family find peace and loving memories during this difficult time. Know that your Texas family is thinking of you today!

  5. Dear Lloyd, you were the BEST, person in the world to work for, and work with, I am so happy to have had the opportunity to be your tow truck driver for over 20 years at all three Chevron Stations, what a kind and understanding person you were, too
    hundreds of customers. Thank you for always being there.
    (John) ( Gardena Towing Service )

  6. Lioyd, you were such a gentle man, with such a sweet soul. Thank you for thinking I deserved so much more. I cherish the time you were apart of my life.

    Shonya

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