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Clarence "Lloyd" Davies

Obituary

Clarence Lloyd Davies (Lloyd) - September 13, 1935 - November 25, 2020. Lloyd passed away peacefully at Cypress Regional Hospital in Swift Current, SK on November 25, 2020 with his wife and daughter at his side. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Helena Davies, daughter Sharon Davies, sisters Cora Christiansen and Gladys Williamson and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. He was predeceased by his son Brion Davies, parents Arthur and Anna Davies, sisters Elsie Monson and Jessie Davies, brother-in-laws Iver Williamson, Mag Monson and Ken Banner and sister-in-laws Doris Stanzeleit, Anne Banner, Linda Stanzeleit and Judy Brad. Lloyd was born in Tuberose, SK on Friday, September 13, 1935, which he always called his lucky day. He attended school in White Bear, followed by a welding course in Saskatoon. Lloyd met the love of his life, Helena Stanzeleit, at Tinant's Store in Lacadena, SK in 1960 and they married on July 20, 1962. They lived on the family farm at White Bear where they raised their children, daughter Sharon born in September 1964 and son Brion in September 1969. Lloyd had a love of farming from a young age and this was his life-long chosen job. Lloyd's mechanical and welding skills served him well as he was able to repair almost any breakdown of machinery on the farm. His off-farm job was always custom farming. Upon retirement, Lloyd rented out the family farm. Retirement didn't last long as he took a job working for several years for Lyal Lee on his farm. Lloyd and Helena moved into White Bear for a number of years, followed by a move to Swift Current to a retirement condo in 2013. Lloyd was a member of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, White Bear Church Board and White Bear Sports Association. He also volunteered at many activities in the community, including helping with curling and skating ice in White Bear, and White Bear Sports days. Lloyd's interests included fixing old tractors, talking farming, fishing, boating, snowmobiling, and curling. Other interests included reading, playing board and card games and quiet times at home with his family. He enjoyed many trips in the travel van with Helena. In later years, they took two trips to Alaska, which was a lifelong dream for them. Lloyd loved camping trips in the summer, along with many campfires, bike rides, and visiting. A private family graveside service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, Helena and Sharon request that donations be made to Kinsmen Telemiracle Foundation 3-2217 C Hanselman Court
Saskatoon, SK S7L 6A8, which was one of Lloyd's favourite charities or a charity of your choice. Warren's Funeral Home were entrusted with the arrangements. For further information call 306-773-8831 or 1-800-267-6606 or visit our website at www.warrensfuneralhome.com and express your sympathy on the family tribute wall.

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Services

Private Service at a Later Date

Donations

Kinsmen Telemiracle Foundation
3 - 2217C Hanselman Court, Saskatoon SK S7L 6A8
Tel: 1-306-244-6400

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