Siegel, Lloyd

Written by David Green.

Lloyd H. Siegel, 83, of West Unity, Ohio, died June 20, 2013, surrounded by his family, at Genesis Healthcare-Bryan Center in Bryan, Ohio.

Lloyd was born July 3, 1929, in West Unity to the late Leonard and Suzie (Keiser) Siegel. He married Gloria Armbruster on Nov. 21, 1951, in Angola, Ind., and she preceded him in death Oct. 17, 1995.

Lloyd grew up in the West Unity-Alvordton area and graduated from Alvordton High School in 1946. He and Gloria lived in Camden, Mich., for several years of their marriage before returning to West Unity in 1973. Farming was his life-long passion and career, and he also worked as a truck driver for many years.

Lloyd is survived by two sons, Donald (and Pamela) Siegel of Camden, and Galen (and Sheila) Siegel of West Unity; two daughters, Darlene (and Junior) Heller of Horton, Mich., and Kandy (and Myron) Dunbar of Pioneer, Ohio; a sister, Doris Snow, of Bryan, Ohio; 14 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; and his special friend, Jean Pfund of Fayette.

In addition to his parents and wife, he was preceded in death by a son, Danny Paul Siegel; a brother, Harold Siegel; two sisters, Betty Fenton and Gladys Bailey; and a grandson at birth, Gavin Siegel.

Funeral services are planned at 11 a.m. Monday, June 24, at Eagle Funeral Home-Barrett Chapel in Fayette, with Pastor Kathy Currier officiating. Interment will follow in Floral Grove Cemetery in West Unity. Visitation is scheduled from 1-5 p.m. Sunday.

Memorial donations are suggested to the American Cancer Society.

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