In Loving Memory

Herbert “Lloyd” Dewberry, d. January 9, 2018

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In Loving Memory

April 6, 1943 – January 9, 2018

 

Spanish Fort, AL

Lloyd Dewberry, 74, of Orange Beach, AL died Tuesday, January 9, 2018.  Mr. Dewberry retired as a broker in the wholesale lumber business.  He loved to play golf and enjoyed his boat and fishing.  He was an Alabama football fan and will be remembered as a loving father and grandfather. 

He is survived by his daughters, Lisa Chamberlain and Aleta (Mike) Dasinger; his son, Steven (Patricia) Dewberry; a sister, Shirley Rutkowski; brothers, Charles, Jerry and Randy and by his beloved grandchildren, Dalton, Chloe, Jackson, Noah and Garrett.

A memorial service will be held from 3:00 – 5:00pm, Saturday, January 13, 2018 at Tacky Jack’s in Orange Beach with Father Thack Dyson officiating. Family and friends will gather for a visitation at 2:00pm. Notes of condolence may be made for the family at www.hughesfh.com.  Hughes Funeral Home of Daphne, AL is assisting the family.

10 Comments

  1. Don Sawyer

    Lloyd cuz we are going to miss you. Your consistently good humor, your laugh and you kind and gentle nature will be long remembered by those of us who loved you. See you on the other side. God bless you and your family, may His peace be with them as they mourn your loss.
    Cousin Don Sawyer
    Montgomery, Texas

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  2. Lorelei Wiechert

    I remember visiting Uncle Lloyd and sitting on the swing at one of his many condo’s on the gulf back as early as the 90’s. You always new when you visiting Uncle Lloyd you would eat, drink and laugh a lot. Even though Kenny Rutkowski and I live in Minnesota and didn’t get to see him often, he always treated us like we were his best friend. I am so glad we got to spend time with him last spring in Brewton, Alabama and I have to say, he looked great! All the women still flirted with him and he would flirt right back. He will be missed.

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  3. Rae Ann Silvers

    Lloyd Dewberry – one of my favorite people. He was the coolest person and so much fun to be around. I had the pleasure of knowing him through my friendship with his daughter, Aleta. He can now spend time with my Dad in heaven sharing great memories about their crazy daughters. 🙂 Love to his family during their mourning of his death but most importantly the rejoicing of his life!!

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  4. Charles Snead

    Lloyd Dewberry, an I worked together at the old WD, on Hwy 90 west, in Mobile, Al. in the early years, in the early 60’s , was a good friend, played golf with him as well, will miss u old friend, the Family has my Sympathy at this time. RIP Lloyd..

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  5. Eileen Steffora

    Such a sad day!
    Llyod was a dear, supportive friend and neighbor. I know he is up there, on a heavenly Golf Course with Ted right now, laughing, and figuring out how to reorganize the place. My love and prayers go out to all his wonderful family. I shall miss him, but when I think of him, it will always be with a smile.
    E.

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  6. Sandra Weekley

    Love and prayers to the family. Lloyd was a sweet, sweet friend. My parents and I loved him and all the Dewberry’s. We had the old Blue Gill!

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  7. Brenda Perry RN

    Mr. Dew! One of my all time favorite peeps! He always made us ladies swoon when he entered our clinic with his” hello darlin” !! What a special man we had the honor of taking care of. We loved him! We’ll miss him and we will never forget him. Bless all who will mourn!

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  8. Pamela Matthews Borghese

    So saddened to hear of Lloyd’s passing. I recall him so well as being great to all who knew him. My heart goes out to the entire family.

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  9. Bobby and Judy Bostwick

    So sorry for your family’s loss, Lloyd was a friend for many years and we shared many enjoyable fun times together. We will miss him and sorry we were unable to be there to celebrate his life, while we were recovering from the flu. Our thoughts and prayers for all the family!

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  10. Mike & Pam Cummings

    Very sorry to hear of Uncle Lloyd’s passing. Lloyd was a nice, fun loving guy with a great sense of humor. The Jacksonville gang will miss him. Our sympathy is with Steve, Lisa, and Aleta during this difficult time.

    Love,
    Mike & Pam

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