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Obituary for Lloyd James Peterson

Lloyd James  Peterson
It brings great sadness to our hearts to announce the passing of Lloyd James Peterson on December 23, 2016, days after celebrating his 83rd birthday with his family. Lloyd was predeceased by his parents Walter and Edna Peterson, brother Orville and his wife of 40 years, Shirley. He is survived and forever loved by his daughter Shawne; son Glenn (Susan); grandchildren Ashley and Michael (Alanna); great grandchildren Blake and Isabella and his sisters Margaret Krueger and Marion Billard. Lloyd was born December 12, 1933 in Winnipeg, Manitoba into a railroad family. He lived and went to school in Dryden, Ontario, Marchwell and Grayson, Saskatchewan and Newdale, Manitoba. He graduated from Scott Collegiate in Regina. Lloyd worked for the Canadian Pacific Railway for 40 years. He met the love of his life Shirley Brady while stationed at Maryfield, Saskatchewan. They married June 30, 1958. Lloyd and Shirley moved around with the railway and finally settled in Fleming, Saskatchewan where Lloyd was proud to be a Counselor and Mayor. The family moved to Brandon in 1971 where Lloyd continued working for the railway until his retirement. Lloyd was a proud member and past president of Brandon Kiwanis. He was also a member in good standing with CP Pensioners and Royal Canadian Legion for 41 years. There were many happy times spent at the family cottage and then the famous pool parties in their back yard. Travel trips included Hawaii and many winters in Arizona. Lloyd was a lover of all sports and played hockey and baseball in his early years and then golf and curling. His passion in the summer was gardening. Lloyd and Shirley loved to dance and are having that “Last Dance For The Rest of Their Lives”. The ceremony to Celebrate Lloyd’s life was held on January 6, 2017 at Memories Chapel. Mr. Mike Waddell officiated. Interment followed at Rosewood Memorial Gardens.
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