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Sunset Northwest Funeral Home

6321 Bandera Road, San Antonio, TX

OBITUARY

Lloyd George Morant

August 12, 1964August 30, 2019
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Life Reflections

On the afternoon of August 30,2019, God closed the eyes of a loving husband, father, son, and grandfather his soul is at eternal peace.

Lloyd George Morant was born on August 12,1964 in Trelawny, Jamaica West Indies to Loris Adasa Ferguson and Lloyd Morant.

Lloyd moved to the United States at the age of 10 and became a naturalized citizen. He confessed Christ at the age of 19 and was baptized on August 4th,1983 at the Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith, Inc, in Washington, DC.

Lloyd joined the United States Army in 1985 and during his tour of service met and fell in love with Sergeant Lisa Long in 1993, they were united in holy matrimony on Mother's Day of May 13,1995 in Newport News Virginia.

Lloyd served his country for 32 years as a loyal and dedicated Soldier who went above and beyond the call of duty and retired a decorated Command Sergeant Major in March 2017.

Lloyd will be missed by his devoted and loving wife of 24 years Lisa Morant of San Antonio, TX, 4 children; LeAngelique (Nolan) Lamb, of Scottsdale, AZ, Lloyd Morant Jr, Logan Morant, And Leena Morant of San Antonio, TX. Mother Loris Adasa (Rufus) Blue of Washington, DC, father Lloyd Morant of Bronx, NY, brother Ronald Daire of Baltimore, MD, 4 grandchildren Dash, Easton, Angelina, and Jackson. A dear aunt, Elise Ferguson of Hialeah, FL, a favorite cousin Bridgette Kerr of Jamaica, West Indies, 3 close friends, Darrius Ward of Houston, TX, David (Smitty) Smith of San Antonio, TX, and Joe Gordon of Killeen, TX, and a host of other relatives, friends, and Soldiers who loved him.

Services

  • Home Going Celebration Saturday, September 7, 2019

Memories

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Cheryl Little

September 10, 2019

This is an image of cousin Christopher with cousin Lloyd. We have such a beautiful, large and loving family.
Rest in peace LLoyd.

Cheryl Little

September 10, 2019

This picture was taken on our way to our cousin Karen's wedding.

Aunt Sybil

September 10, 2019

Lloyd George Morant - the first of two children for his Mom - was born in Trelawney, Jamaica on August 12,1964. I was very fascinated with this child as he was the first grandchild for my mother in the home, and so I spent most of my time dressing him up and cuddling him. Lloyd was very special and loved.

When his mother had to further her education and travel, he went to stay with his paternal grandparents. The love continued to flow from his grandma. I was always visiting him. Most times I would miss the bus stop, but I would always find my way to the house anyway. Lloyd, or Lloydie as he was affectionately called, was always happy with big smiles. It was funny to watch him pour his milk from the cup into the saucer and drink from it. I realized that it was his way of cooling the milk. As time went by, I would not just visit, but would take him out and have him spend time with the other members of our family. Eventually, he joined his Mom and brother in the USA. He and his brother bonded, and they were inseparable.

Lloyd joined the US Army at a young age. He was very dedicated, so he excelled and served well. He loved his job with the Army and was dedicated to his family. Lloyd was very reserved. He suffered silently. He tried to make the best of every situation regardless of how detrimental it may have been. He was non-confrontational and sacrificed his right for peace. He wouldn't hurt a fly. I saw him angry just once, and that was when he was told that I'd been disrespected by someone who should have respected me, and he dealt with it… (continued).

Aunt Sybil

September 10, 2019

(continued) ...Lloyd, we miss you! We wish we could have been there to take care of you during your time of need. Lloyd you called for water and nutrients and did not get any. Your Mom came but it was too late as she was travelling from too far. You were removed from her reach. You were still in your right mind when I prayed with you but you could only respond in groans as you had no strength and your mouth was dry. Jesus felt your pain and had to take you out of it. He will punish those who contributed to your suffering. He will bless those who tried to help you. You were truly a soldier. You are out of your earth suit but present with the Lord, as your life continues in the spirit. We miss you, but thanks be to God that you're in a better place. I know that we will see you again as it is a journey for us all. There is life after death and we choose where we spend the next life. Those who choose Jesus as Lord ѥ and Savior will join you in the New Jerusalem. Rest in peace son.

Beverly Ferguson

September 9, 2019

I am so proud to have read all the awesome things that were expressed about my cousin Lloyd who was a mentor to so many persons during his life on this earth. If lovely words and expressions could have brought him back to life he would have been alive today but a life well lived is worth remembering.
With such fond memories left behind, I would like to thank all the persons who have given their support to his mother who nurtured him from inception up to his passing . I also want to thank everyone for their words of comfort to the family.
His life is gone but he will never be forgotten.
Rest In Peace Lloyd.
Fay

Susan Morant

September 8, 2019

My dear brother lloydie, I can't, find the words to say how much I will miss you. You were such a warm and humble human being. My friend's and I prayed constantly for your healing but the saviour had other plans. I am so happy to know that your heart was in the right place as it relates to your relationship with Christ
We had a lengthy conversation last year ,when I visited the United States and I had hoped I would be seeing you soon in Jamaica. Take care my brother this is not good bye but till we meet. Love you.



SGM (R) Eric Smith

September 8, 2019

My Battle Buddy and my Double Nickel (Class 55 Sergeants Major Academy) classmate. Man you will be truly missed my brother. The funny this is I told my wife I was going to look up Big Mo and see how is doing doing after retirement only to see his name on an obituary. God have a bigger plan for him now. To the family his work down is was completed and he’s looking down on all of now smiling. Rest in Heaven my Big Brother.

Cheryl Little

September 8, 2019

May the beautiful hands of our Lord and Saviour hold you. Cousin Lloyd, my very tall, handsome and respectful cousin. It is sad to see you go. I always looked forward to reunite with family from abroad, as I'm in Canada. I especially and prayerfully looked forward to your recovery and to see you and celebrate God's mercy. God works in mysterious ways - but all turning out for good, but we don't always see it. May God's blessings be with those who loved you, may God comfort those who comforted you. I remembered when we emailed each other years ago and you referred to me as 'big up cousin' I had no idea what that meant and never forgot that seemingly weird statement; as I searched, I discovered it was respect! Thank you for the impact you made in this world, we miss you.

Aunt Willeth

September 8, 2019

I miss you so much and wish I could have been there to feed you and take care of you, but I am far away and live in Canada. I remember Lloydie when he was small. I would check on him, his eyes were very bright and resembled his mothers. I would always come to Kingston to visit him. I love you and miss you. Now you are in the hands of the Lord.

Tomelya Coley

September 8, 2019

I served with CSM Morant at 128th Avn Bde, Ft Eustis, VA. A leader and mentor that will not be forgotten, thank you for you service. My condolences and prayers to your family, rest easy.

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