Services for Lloyd Harry Jameson, 88, Lawrence, will be 10:00 a.m. Tuesday at Vinland Cemetery, Vinland, Kansas.
Lloyd died Thursday, August 23, 2012, at Baldwin Healthcare & Rehab.
He was born in Billings, Montana, on July 26, 1924, the son of Roy and Myrtle Stevenson Jameson. Along with his family, he moved to Vinland Valley and was raised there on the family farm. Lloyd continued to farm until health issues forced him to retire several years ago.
During World War II, Lloyd served in the U.S. Army from May 1943 to February 1946. He drove a bus for Greyhound lines for 43 years. He drove charter trips as well as his primary route from Kansas City to Tulsa, logging over 4 million safe miles.
Lloyd is survived by his son, Scott Jameson and wife, Trina, of Baldwin City; a grandson, Robert Jameson and wife, Aftan, of Lawrence; step grandchildren, Amy Webb and husband, Andy of Baldwin City and Justin McClintic both of Lawrence; a brother Earl Jameson of Lawrence; two step great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews, his companion of many years, Mary Copp of Lawrence. Lloyd is preceded in death by his son, Roger and brother, Howard.
Friends may call from noon until 8:00 p.m. Monday at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home, where the family will receive them from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.
The family suggests memorials to the Vinland Cemetery Association, sent in care of the funeral home, 601 Indiana St., Lawrence, KS, 66044.
Messages & Condolences
To Lloyd’s family,
I sincerely enjoyed our walks and am glad to have gotten to know Lloyd. Thinking of your family and wishing you peace.
Scott, Trina, Robert & Family,
We will miss Lloyd so much. He was a lovely man with a pure heart. We are so greatful for the times we had with him as he was always so dear to Mary and the grandkids, and nobody loved our dogs like he did! I know your hearts are heavy but he is in God’s hands and will not suffer. Be joyful for the times you had, the lessons he taught, the smiles and laughs shared. Our thoughts are with you, Love Teresa (Mary’s daughter), Granddaughters Lexi, Lina & JamieMarie.
So,so sorry. I called him on his birthday last month, but no answer. I should have called you to check on him. If I’d known he was in Baldwin, I’d have visited him daily. Britton and I so enjoyed our lunches with him. He was such a sweetie, Earl. My sincere condolences.
To Lloyd’s family,
We really enjoyed having Lloyd in the Cardiopulmonary rehab program at LMH. He was sweet and good natured. We will miss him. Our thoughts are with your family at this difficult time.
Scott, so sorry to hear of your dad passing. He was a good man, and I always enjoyed talking to him. He never failed to talk to me or ask about my family,which he new well. I always looked forward th visiting with him when I made his propane delivery. It was always interesting to listen to his Bus Driving Stories. He will be missed. You take care, and hang in there. We just burried my mother-in-law yesterday, and her and your dad are in a better place, and watching us now.
Amy & Trina,
My heart goes out to you both as well as the rest of your family. I hope that you are able to find peace. Know that you are in my prayers.
Scott & Trina,
Very sorry for your loss. Holding you and your family in our thoughts and prayers as you go through this difficult time.
Love your friends, Lori & Mary
To Amy and Family, our most sincere condolences on your loss. Prayers for peace and healing being said for all of you. Love you Amy!
To Amy and Loved Ones,
I am very sorry for your loss. I hope you are able to find comfort soon. Thinking of you Amy.
To Amy and Family: Sincerely feeling your loss. Wishing you all the greatest sympathy and healing at this time.
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