Lloyd Leo Sukut

Lloyd Leo Sukut

March 12, 1943 - June 14, 2010

Lloyd Leo Sukut

March 12, 1943 - June 14, 2010


Lloyd Leo Sukut passed away at age 67 peacefully after a 26-year battle with Parkinson’s Disease.

Lloyd was born March 12, 1943 in Alhambra, CA. He graduated from Los Altos High School in 1961. He served in the US army from 1963 1965.

Lloyd worked many years in Southern California as a General Engineering Contractor. He had a love for snow & water skiing, golfing and racing stadium and desert cars.

He is survived by his daughter Kellie Stafford, son-in-law Joe Stafford, granddaughters Nicole and Corey, brothers Calvin, Myron, Albert and sister Barbara, and his devoted and loving caregiver Raden Campo.

Celebration of Lloyd’s life will be on July 1st, 2010
Cornerstone Community Church
702 Avenida de la Estrella
San Clemente, CA

Gathering to follow at:
Cyprus Cove Community Club House
264 Avenida del Oceano
San Clemente, CA

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Lloyd’s name to:

The National Parkinson’s Foundation of Orange County
P.O. Box 2207
Newport Beach, CA 92659

The Home for Good Foundation
697 E. Intervale Road
Grants Pass, OR 97527-9022

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11 responses to Lloyd Leo Sukut

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  1. I was aabout 18 years old when I met Lloyd and at the time I was very much intimidated by him. Not that he was scarry. Just that he was tall and broad shouldered. He once gave my sister Marueen and I a compliment I never forgot. He said that we Goodwin girls were very resorceful when times were tough or in most situations. When he took us camping at Lake Mead we allways had a way of enjoying ourselves no matter that we did not have all of the things we needed for camping. We knew how to make due. Thanks for the many camping trips, ski trips and tips along the way Lloyd I have not forgotten. May you rest in peace. Barb & Doug

  2. You will be missed by many and remembered by by more. I will always remember and treasure my memories of you because you were a big part of my growing up. If it weren’t for you who else would have given me a back bone by calling me a greenhorn, or dropping me, without warning, in the middle of the lake because you were done pulling me and you just wanted to go for a swim. You had many phrases that, as a child I didn’t get, like “Mexican motorcycle boots” now as an adult they crack me up and are occasionally the topic of conversations. You were my brother-in-law the day I was born and in my heart you never lost that title. Thank you for all the memories

  3. Tim O'Brien says:

    Lloyd was one of the best. I loved the guy. I have many fond memories and will miss him.

  4. Bill Goodwin says:

    Sorry for the loss of a great man. My great memories of our younger years will never fade. He was a good friend and brother in law.

  5. To Lloyd’s family,friends, and Den.A very devoted person to Lloyd.
    Please be comforted by the happy memories we will always carry in our heart.
    With all our love,
    Shirley and Cal Sukut

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