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Lloyd Adrian Gravois Jr.

February 26, 1949December 14, 2020

Lloyd Adrian Gravois Jr., 71, a native and resident of Donaldsonville, LA, passed away on Monday, December 14, 2020. Lloyd served as a veteran in the U.S. Air Force and was very proud of his accomplishment to serve his country. He leaves behind to cherish his memory his daughter, Bobbie Jean Kaylor; one granddaughter, Courtney Elaine Kaylor; three sisters, Cindy LeBlanc, Brenda Himel and JoAnn Robert; one brother, David Gravois and his special friend and former wife, Elizabeth Ann Scanlin. He is preceded in death by his parents, Lloyd Sr. and Alice LeBlanc Gravois and siblings, Irvin Gravois and Mary Alice Giroir.

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Camilla Guercio

December 20, 2020

My Precious Cindy Lou & Family, It's With A Heavy Heart I Send You My Condolences of Your Tremendous Loss of Lloyd!!! May God Bless Him & May He Rest In Heavenly Peace!!! I Am More Than Certain Your Mom, Dad, Brother & Sister Are In Waiting With Open Arms!!! I Love You!!!

Love & Prayers,
Cam

Elizabeth Reed

December 16, 2020

You will be missed greatly my friend ☮️💟

Tracy Hobbs-Moulton

December 16, 2020

Lloyd was a very nice person. I remember when I was young my Mom took me on a plane for the first time to visit Lloyd and Aunt Ann. He was always so nice to everyone. He always made sure everything was meticulously in order. We had a wonderful time. Mamaw ( Mrs. Minyard) always had alot of respect and nice things to say about Lloyd. He will be missed. We send our
prayers and condolencess.

Bobby Reed

December 16, 2020

I just cant say enuf good things about Lloyd. We didnt know it then but looking back he was so helpful in getting my head in the right place when i came back from Vietnam. Me and my wife Vicki thank God and feel blessed having him for a friend.
RIP MY BROTHER.

Karl Steven Daigle

December 16, 2020

My name is Steve Daigle , I worked for the same company as Mr. LLoyd and went to some training classes with him we were good friends and shared a lot of laughs together . He will be missed .

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY