Lloyd Nicholson

Lloyd Nicholson

Friday, June 6th, 1947 - Wednesday, September 25th, 2019
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Seventeen years after heart surgery (thanks to Dr. V. Chu) and two and a half years post stroke (thanks to Dr. L. Catanese), Lloyd (Lloydie) reluctantly left us on September 25, 2019. Born to Jim and Sadie on June 6, 1947 in Stanchel, PEI. Survived by his brother Lowell (Tyler James, deceased). Survived by his loving wife Suzy (Sue Syer). Proud dad to Rhonda, Tracy (Jay), Jodi (Darryl), Kyle James and Erin (Camiel). His grandkids were very special to him: Lindsey (Jesse), Katie, Dana, Lauren, Hannah Jaymes, Cammy, Lyla and Rylee. Lloyd loved his motorhoming across North America, especially his summers on PEI and his winters at Tropical Palms, Kissimmee, FL and his many special family and friends there. He loved his home, shop, golf buddies at Beverly G&CC, Burlington Old Timers, car racing, classic cars and horses. The enormous number of people that contributed to his good health is too many to mention; Dr. Tim Cuddy, Dr. B Stevens, Dr. J. Healey, Dr. M. Garland, nurses Gail and Petrina. We thank you for your compassion. We came full circle and are eternally grateful. Lloyd was a self-made man, owner of Nicholson Rollforming Inc., who passed his strong work ethic on to his children. He lived by the motto: your word is your bond and a handshake seals the deal. Although family and friends alike will miss Lloyd, his last words were “It’s been a great ride!”.As Lloyd loved a great party and a good cigar, please join us to celebrate on October 12th from 1 – 4pm at QB Sports Bar on Fairview St, in Burlington. Donations to Joseph Brant Hospital or Hamilton General Hospital are appreciated.
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Dave Reurink

Posted at 01:06pm
I remember Lloyd from the Green Division in BOHC. He was a solid defenceman and more often than not when he got the puck he would yell skate and go for a breakaway, then flick the puck high in the air ovewr the opposition defencemen's heads. If you were fast enough, you were gone on a breakaway. Puttting the puck in the opposition's net, well, he could not help you there. I used to love playing on his team and shall miss him.
David Reurink

Gail O'Connell

Posted at 03:40pm
Sue, Tracy and all the Nicholsons, my deepest condolences for the loss of your husband/dad. Although I only met Lloyd a few times his spirit lives through knowing his daughter, Tracy as part of our family. I know he will be missed by you all. Again, my deepest sympathy to the entire Nicholson family. Gail O'Connell

Tracy Schippanoski Posted at 06:21pm

❤️ Thank you so much for your kind words Gail. My family and I truly appreciate your thoughtfulness at this time. I am very fortunate to have such a beautiful extended family. Tracy

Mount Royal IDA Pharmacy

Posted at 04:56pm
Our deepest condolence to the Nicholson family
Colleen and her team at Mount Royal IDA Pharmacy

Sue Nicholson Posted at 05:19pm

You girls were all amazing! Thank you so much for your professionalism and kindness over the years.♥️Sue

Lorraine Matheson Posted at 09:53am

Sue & family, So sorry to hear of Lloyd's passing. My thoughts are with you & all your loved ones. Hugs, Lorraine ❤

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