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Lloyd D. Davis

Birth Date: May 24, 1945
Death Date: April 4, 2018

Lloyd D. Davis, 72, of Decatur, passed away Wednesday, April 4, 2018 in his home with his wife by his side.

Lloyd was born May 24, 1945 in Vandalia, Illinois, the son of Lloyd B. Davis and Viola (Johnson) Ford. He proudly served his country in the U.S. Army during Vietnam. Lloyd was a maintenance supervisor with Norfolk & Southern Railroad retiring after thirty-four years of service. He was a member of Tabernacle Baptist Church, Stephen Decatur Lodge #979 A.F. & A.M., and the Decatur Shrine Club. Lloyd married Jackie Sussen July 14, 1962. They shared over fifty-five years together.

Lloyd leaves behind his wife Jackie, brothers Billy Joe (Rose) Davis, Michael A. Stine, and Richard A. (Tina) Stine, sisters Debbi (Ed) Levandowski, Barbara (Rick) Ridings, Brenda (Mark) Hartford, Sandy (Dan) Tebbe, Tina (Steve) Klemke, grandchildren Ashley (Stephen) Coffman, Amanda Davis, and Lloyd Davis III, and great-grandchildren Hersch and Hailey Coffman and Kyleigh Davis.

Lloyd was preceded in death by his parents, brother Dennis Stine Jr., and son Lloyd D. Davis II.

Graveside services to celebrate Lloyd’s life will be 10:00 AM Saturday, April 7, 2018 in North Fork Cemetery with military honors conducted by the Macon County Honor Guard.

Arrangements by Graceland/Fairlawn Funeral Home, 2091 N. Oakland Ave. Decatur, IL. Please view the online obituary, send condolences, and share memories at www.gracelandfairlawn.com.

Graveside Service
April 7, 2018
10:00 am
North Fork Cemetery
Decatur, IL
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  1. Sorry to hear of Lloyd’s passing, Jackie and Family. Enjoyed him and respected his service for the Lord at TBC. Prayers are with you all. Alan and Lisa McArthur.

  2. We started work on the same day at Norfolf & Southern(it was then Norfolk & Western) . He’ll be missed by all .

  3. Uncle Lloyd came down the road to help us a few months back. He came down the interstate just the short way to reach us, the wrong way like he owned the road, made us chuckle. Man, am I glad that trailer tire blew, I hadn't seen him in a while. God works in mysterious ways, the tire blew out right at the Harristown exit. Even though I didn't see him and Aunt Jackie that much, I think of them often and say Hi every time we pass the Harristown exit going down home. Rest in peace Uncle Lloyd, I'm sure you were happy to see Little Lloyd.

    I love you Aunt Jackie and if there is anything I can do for you please don't hesitate to call me. You are in my thoughts and prayers and I hope you find peace and comfort in the coming days and weeks.

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