Simon Lloyd (27 Apr 1962 - 6 Feb 2020)

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Location
Clandon Wood Pavilion Epsom Road, West Clandon, Guildford GU4 7FN
Date
27th Feb 2020
Time
2pm
Funeral Director
Sherlock Funeral Service

In loving memory of Simon Lloyd who sadly passed away on 6th February 2020, aged 57 years. Loved and missed by all his family and friends.

Stephen, Kristie, Jonathan and Hannah Lloyd posted a picture

July 2010 at Chris' house. A lovely family time. RIP brother - Chris and I will carry your memory forever

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Stephen, Kristie, Jonathan and Hannah Lloyd donated £75.65 in memory of Simon

The best brother one could have had - always there for his brothers, friends and family. Such a generous warm and kind-hearted spirit. Taken from us way too early. We will always remember you and we are sure your spirit will lift Sam, Maya and Callum to live their lives to the fullest. Love too to Clare with hope that she finds peace in the darkest hours and new lights at the end of the tunnel.
All our love, Stephen, Kristie, Jonathan and Hannah XXXX

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Russ Berry donated in memory of Simon

I am so sorry that we couldn't make the service, To say goodbye. It has been a long time, too long but I still thought of you as a good friend. Never judgmental and always had the right advice at the right time, a brilliant bloke and a great friend. I am so glad you eventually got the life and the happiness you so richly deserved when you met Clare. Goodbye mate xxx

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  • Nice to see you're still about Russ xx Pete and Deb

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Paul Hamilton donated £100 in memory of Simon

Simon, you were fun to work with and it is a privilege to have known you.

Paul

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Patrick Lloyd-Jacob donated £100 in memory of Simon
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Jason Rabbetts donated in memory of Simon

God bless you Simon and all your loved ones. All our love Jason, Fiona, Lydia, James, and Joe.

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Pete and Debbie Malandrone donated £50 in memory of Simon

What a simply great bloke you were.

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Maxine Abell donated £50 in memory of Simon

Dearest Si,
Always in our hearts & our thoughts to Clare,Callum,Sam & Maya,we feel honored to of shared so many memories & to of had you in our lives over the years.
Love always
Maxine & family xx

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Heather & Mick Cooper wrote

Simon, such a special friend, you were selfless and kind and would always give your time to listen and care. In my darkest days you always took time to message me and check I was okay. When Mick had his car accident you fixed my car, filled it up with petrol and made sure me and Mia were okay. We loved our chat with you, talking about our families and our endless house renovations between us. All the Coopers will miss you dearly. It’s be a privilege to have been your friend; rest easy Simon. We send all our love to Clare, Sam, Maya and Callum xxxx

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Heather & Mick Cooper donated £20 in memory of Simon

With Love always

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Saimir Brahimi posted a picture

The three of us on our Christmas drink 2016

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Saimir Brahimi donated £30 in memory of Simon

To my friend
Enjoyed your company since the day I met you

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Philip Tuffs wrote

My Mate/Hero and Gentleman Rebel, Simon Lloyd.
 
I first met Simon Lloyd in 1982.
He taught me lots things, when I didn’t have a clue.
He took away my hammer, and showed me a better way.
Many things not taught in schools, I remember to this day.
Like, the Forest Gump story, of the changing of the man.
To me Simon Lloyd was my real life, very own  “ Lieutenant Dan “
Patience is an important virtue, and rarely ever-rewarded quick.
He’d build you confidence slowly, once he knew what made you tick.
 
He gave me driving lessons, in the company’s breakdown van.
This brought out his nervous side, a tough job for any man.
“ Mirror signal maneuver ” was boring, and I had to break the habit.
I took a wrong turn into a muddy field, and started to chase a rabbit.
He protested many many times “ No    No     No ”
I told him that all I heard was     “ Go    Go      Go ”
He started to rant and rage, " that's not what I ment ".
I protested that I heard " Go  Go  Go " So I  " Went  Went   Went "  !
He seemed surprised by my emergency stop, and the squealing tyres heard.
I said that it’s a must, so I could go back, and wheel spin on a dead bird.
 
Many things when wrong, but he always had my back.
He’d listen to all my mad plans, he always had the knack.
We both loved the same music, and when work was getting slow.
We’d crank up the cassette player volume, and give everyone a show.
 
When it came to the ladies, he had a special Touch.
He told me to. “ Just be yourself, but not too much “
Play to your strengths and make them laugh, but never be crude.
The results were slow, and it took sometime to get them in the mood.
I would borrow his car for 1st dates, as mine was such a mess.
It worked like a booster rocket, to guarantee dating success.
 
Oprah Winfrey was all the rage, and the girls liked a modern man.
He showed me how to cook from scratch, and nothing from a can.
The first recipe was  “ Lasagna in a Hurry “ my method was a fluke.
I usually got another date, if she felt no need to puke.
 
I went on to work abroad, and our lives took different routes down the track.
The Kids came along, and new chapters in life were written back to back.
I must stop now, and raise a glass to this very very special man.
“ To a Legend and my Hero!    My very own “ Lieutenant Dan “

Dedicated to Clare and all the Lloyd family at this difficult time.

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Paul & Sue Brightman donated £75 in memory of Simon

Such fabulous memories, we had so many great times together & we will cherish them always. You will be forever missed & always in our hearts.

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Phil Henning posted a picture

The morning of Simon and Claire’s wedding,in his words ,the best decision of his life!

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Phil Henning donated £100 in memory of Simon
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Phil Henning wrote

The best mate any man could have , we worked and drank beer together for many years,had a very few arguments, over the forty years we knew each other ,a man who worked so hard for his family ,I feel like part of me is now missing,loved him more than my brothers, all my love to Claire and his beloved kids

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Andy Parsons donated £40 in memory of Simon

In memory of a great fella with love from Christian, Sarah, Andy and Jasmin.

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Tony Birdsall donated £30 in memory of Simon

Simon was a special man and will be sorely missed. Sending all our love and condolences to Claire and the family. From Tony Birdsall and family x

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Jean-Paul Jhugroo donated £30 in memory of Simon

Simon a great guy. Who will be missed but never forgotten. Love J-P, Nicky, luc and Noah

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Nicolette Masson donated £30 in memory of Simon

Great times on the touchline.
Our thoughts are with you all
Nicky, Keith and Ali

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Isy Parker donated in memory of Simon
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Liz Sykes wrote

So very sad and heartbroken and sending all our love and strength to you all xxxxx

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Vanessa Parker donated in memory of Simon

A lovely man, taken far too soon ... sending my love to you all xxx

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Vanessa Parker wrote

Simon was a lovely man, sending my love to you all xxx

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Jenny Usher donated £20 in memory of Simon

With love, Jenny Usher

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Tina Francois posted a picture

Fun times, back in the day. ♥️

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Matthew Tutt donated £30 in memory of Simon
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Lawrence cohen donated £50 in memory of Simon

Simon you were taken from this world to early. You were a wonderful husband and friend to Clare and an amazing dad to Callum , Sam and Maya . I know you will keep watching over them always . Sending all our love Lisa , Lawrence, Luke , Jake and Bradley xxxxx

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Webster family Webster donated £50 in memory of Simon

With love the websters

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