Lloyd D. Housworth

Graveside memorial services for Lloyd David Housworth, 71, Lawrence, will be at 10 am Wednesday at Oak Hill Cemetery. A visitation will be held Tuesday from 6 to 7:30 pm at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home.

Memorials are suggested to the American Diabetes Association, in care of the funeral home.

Lloyd Housworth, 71, beloved fater, grandfather, brother, and uncle, passed away on July 14, 2017, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital.

Lloyd was born in Lawrence, the son of George Lloyd and Marjorie Ann (Pieratt) Housworth, and spent his life as a resident of the state. He was a graduate of Lawrence High School, class of 1963.

Lloyd was a sheet metal worker by trade and a BBQ cook/caterer by heart. He and his brother dabbled a little in the entertainment by opening the Rendezvous Club in North Lawrence, but his great accomplishment was being a dad! From baseball, football, driving lessons, and hunting instructor, to being the one we could always depend on.

Lloyd is preceded in death by his first wife and high school sweetheart Dottie (Dingman) Housworth, and by his second wife, Vickie Marie Butler-Housworth. He is the big brother to Larry Housworth, who he has rejoined, and sister Linda Decker. He is the father to David and wife Dena Housworth, Darrin Housworth, and Debbie Housworth. The proud grandfather of Desiree Mullikin and husband Bryce Mullikin, Destinee and Deirdre, Dottie, Dylan, and Levi Housworth, Machela, Paige, and Elijah, and Piper Butler-Reed. He also leaves behind an extended network of family and friends.

Messages & Condolences

From Joe (joey) Evans...

Thanks for the memories. To A Man I have so much Respect for. He left a mark in my timeline. Godspeed

From Sally Cool...

Linda, so sorry to hear about your brother, who we just talked about last week. I am keeping you in my thoughts. Let me know if I can be of any help to you.

From Matthew Dingman...

Sorry cousins for your loss. Your families are in my prayers.

From F. Taylor...

Sincere Condolences To The Housworth Family,
So sorry for your loss. “He counts the number of the stars; He calls all of them by name.” Psalm 147:4. May you find comfort in knowing your loved one is resting safely in Jehovah’s limitless memory. With Heartfelt Regret,

From Misty and Mike Saxer...

I am so sorry for your loss, your dad was a good man. I really enjoyed visiting with him from time to time. Love you Debbie, I’m always here for you!

Messages are closed.