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James "Lloyd" Burgoyne

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James "Lloyd" Burgoyne

October 4, 1915 - December 3, 2021



1915 – 2021

Lloyd passed away December 3, 2021, in Penticton B.C. at the age of 106.

Lloyd moved to Kamloops in the early 1930s and lived there for the next 80 years. He graduated from Kamloops High School in 1934.  He was employed by the Kamloops Lumber Company and later with the City of Kamloops, retiring in 1980. He enjoyed a 41 year retirement.

During his years in Kamloops, he was involved in many capacities and was a major supporter of the Free Methodist Church.  Along with his wife Grace, he loved his big yard, gardening, and helping neighbours in need. He will be remembered as a kind, generous, loyal, hard-working person who was always ready with a good joke.

Lloyd is survived by his son, Glen(Twyla), sister-in-law Shirley, brother Dale and 6 grandchildren, their spouses and 9 great grandchildren.  He is predeceased by his wife Grace, son Dan, and 4 of his 5 brothers; Ben, Frank, Allen and Bud.

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