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09:34 am - Lloyd B. Trott (1921-2006)

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Lloyd B. Trott

85, of Kansas City, Mo., passed away Tuesday, September 26, 2006.

Lloyd was born March 30, 1921, in Kansas City, Mo. He was a WWII Marine veteran. He served as a pastor and evangelist for 10 years, and was a builder of homes and businesses for 30 years. He loved the Lord Jesus and was a member of Grandview Assembly of God and Deaf Liberty Baptist Church.

He was preceded in death by three brothers, John Trott, Francis Trott and Paul V. Trott; daughter Dorothy Ann Trott and granddaughter Dana Ann Goade.

Survivors include his wife Dorothy E. Trott of the home; daughter Lloydene "Marvell" (Goade) Owens, of the home; two sisters, Margaret Fulkerson, Kansas City, Mo., and Jane Henson, Grandview, Mo.; nephew James Trott, Kansas City, Mo.; friend Tara Elliott, Shawnee, Kan.; grandson Shane Burdge Edward Goade and his wife Melissa J. Padilla, Kansas City, Mo., and great granddaughter Sarah Jo Goade, Kansas City, Mo.

Visitation is 1:30 p.m., followed by services at 2 p.m., on Saturday, September 30, at the Park Lawn Chapel.

Burial in Green Lawn Cemetery.

Arrangements: Park Lawn Funeral Home

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Date:October 5th, 2006 12:49 am (UTC)
I had the honor of meeting Lloyd over 15 years ago. I was friends with his grandson, Shane, and Lloyd wanted to meet me before I headed off to Marine Corps bootcamp. While on leave and after I got out, when I would see him he would yell, "HEY MARINE!!" and always get my attention. He was pretty much deaf, so I would give him a loud "OOO-RAH!!", which always put a smile on his face.

He always referred to me as Shane's "Marine Buddy". Here this guy is a Master Gunnery Sergeant in the Marine Corps, served in WWII and fought in the Battle of Midway and he considered me, a peon little Lance Corporal his "Marine Buddy". Classy and very Marine.

His life was long and eventful. He will be missed by all who knew him. Here's to you, Master Guns! Cheers!

Semper Fidelis

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