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LLOYD MAXWELL PEACOCK
1953 - 2020

It is with great sadness we announce the sudden passing of Lloyd, just shy of his 67th birthday.
His memory will forever be cherished by his daughters, Dana Jordan and Brittany (Tim) Fulton; grandchildren, Riley, Claire, Beau and Tucker. He is survived by his mother Annie; sisters, June (Earl) Kraushar, Betty-Anne (Wes) McKee, and Donna (Lynden) Krym; sister-in-law Dianna Fosty. He was predeceased by his wife Denice; father Murray; in-laws Ed and Lilly Borkowsky; and brother-in-law Richard Fosty.
Lloyd, a resident of Winnipeg, was a dedicated electrician and loved his time at both McCaine Electric and later as the Assistant Manager of the Electrical Department at the U of M. He loved to keep busy and could often be found in his yard, polishing his motorcycle and tinkering in his garage.
Lloyd was always ready and able to help anyone; no task was too big for him to tackle. His labour of love was caring for his wife, daughters and his grandchildren. He will be deeply missed.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Heart and Stroke Foundation and The Arthritis Foundation of Canada.

SOBERING FUNERAL CHAPEL
& CREMATORIUM, Beausejour
(204) 268-3510 or MB Toll Free 1-877-776-220 www.soberingfuneralchapel.com

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Dec 19, 2020

Condolences & Memories (4 entries)

  • My condolences to Lloyds family. I worked with Lloyd on his first electrical job in Boissevain on the high school addition. He was a cheerful person and easy to work with. I knew he went to work in the electrical trade and he did very well. I spoke to people in the electrical industry and they all said it was a pleasure to work with LLoyd. Gone too soon. - Posted by: Patrick Lennox (coworker friend) on: Jan 05, 2021

  • I remember the first time Lloyd walked into the Physical Plant office. His walk was fast and his smile was refreshing. Lloyd always had time to politely respond with wise, thoughtful, educated, timely, and sometimes fun remarks to the questions from people all over the campus. I know we appreciated and looked forward to his communication and presence in the Physical Plant Office. Both my husband Charlie and I are saddened to know that Lloyd is no longer with us but know his journey here was a blessing to those whom he met and that he now has gone home where he was welcomed by many outstretched arms from those that have gone on before him to heaven. - Posted by: lrloader1957@gmail.com (Friend - University of Manitoba - Physical Plant) on: Dec 23, 2020

  • I send my deepest and sincere sympathy to the family. Lloyd was a great guy , we shared a lot of stories and laughs. I will truly miss seeing him at industry functions. With a sad heart Randy Knutson Retired Branch Manager WESCO - Posted by: Randy Knutson (Friend and business ) on: Dec 20, 2020

  • I had many opportunities to deal with Lloyd threw business and had many a conversation with him. He seemed to be a very gentle, thoughtful man. To Lloyd's family my sincere thoughts and prayers to you all at this difficult time. Lorraine Bryck/Business Associate Anixter Canada - Posted by: Lorraine Bryck (Business Associate ) on: Dec 20, 2020

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