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EWENIN, Lloyd Dean Jr.

Anpe Wi Ciye
October 3, 1965 – Taber, Alberta
November 5, 2018 – Calgary, Alberta

Lloyd Ewenin Jr. passed away on Monday, November 5, 2018 at the age of 53 years.

Lloyd impacted many children and people through his passion for hockey. He led a selfless way of life guiding those in need of mental, physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing including those that were homeless and incarcerated. Lloyd was a drum keeper for Chips’ Community and was an avid Pow Wow singer and helped many young people learn and conduct themselves around a drum. He was also the lead singer for his family’s drum group, Wolf Pac. He was the best Papa, daddy, brother and uncle.

Lloyd is survived by his wife of thirty-four years, Monica Onespot; ten children, Megan (Cody), Thor (Hanna), Karlon (Ollin), Lloyd (Adrian), Nicholas, Walkingbluebear (Bessie), Skylar (Tyra), Will, Darcy (Nikki) and Eyanwin; grandchildren, Isabella, King Best (Serena), Eyankaga, Ethan, Catherine, Amelia, EyanSaWin, Skylar Jr., Syleste and Rihannalyn; eight siblings, Patsy, Cheryl, Lillian (Leonard), Nicholas, Robert, Dave, Brad (Tracy), and Sundance (Joe) and numerous nieces, nephews and in-laws. He will also be lovingly remembered by everyone he loved and had a place in his heart especially those he coached. Lloyd was predeceased by his parents, Catherine and Lloyd Sr.; paternal grandparents, Luke and Marie; maternal grandparents, Lily and Pius; uncle Gordon; nephews, Phillip, Jonathon, Johnny and Bearchild; grandsons, Zachary and William and granddaughter PetaWakanWin.

Wake Services will be held at Bullhead Community Hall (159 Bullhead Road, Tsuut’ina Nation, AB) on Thursday, November 8, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.

Funeral Services will be held at Bullhead Community Hall on Friday, November 9, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Graveside Service to follow at Tsuut’ina Cemetery. Forward condolences through www.mcinnisandholloway.com.

In living memory of Lloyd Ewenin, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Park Memorial, 5008 Elbow Drive S.W., Calgary, AB, T2S 2L5, Telephone: 403-243-8200.

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  1. Crystal Wasyliw :

    Thoughts and prayers go out to the family. May your memories be your comfort during this difficult time.

    Lloyd was a huge member of the Southwest Hockey community and will be greatly missed.

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  2. Angela Redman :

    Sincerest condolences Monica, children, grandchildren and all relations he left behind.
    I’m forever grateful for the work he did for the people, the prayers he sent out into the universe…when most needed the help will be there.
    Doksha akay ‘Anpewiciya’

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  3. My condolences to the family

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  4. We had the pleasure of Lloyd being our son Matthew’s coach for a few seasons! He was a great role model and a great coach. Our sympathy to WalkingBlue Bear and all the family.

    Matthew, Nicole and Paul Davis and Benjamin

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  5. Family ,
    Our heartfelt sympathy on the loss of Lloyd … such a shock to us all … fondly remember him as he coached my son Sean years back in hockey … a wonderful kind man and he will be sadly missed ……
    ❤️ The Hagen family ( paul andrea michael sydney sean )

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  6. Patricia M. Onespot :

    Creator had a higher calling for you and now your next journey begins. You will be watching over your family as a helper for creator. Prayers for Monica, children, grandchildren and family will be needed now.

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  7. So very sad to hear of your loss! Sending warm wishes.

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  8. I found out today that a great man passed away this week. Coach Lloyd Ewenin’s passing is a huge loss ..particularly to the hockey community! Many, many players had the honor to call him Coach Lloyd was a strong, supportive, quiet type of coach with a lot of strong hockey knowledge. He sometimes drove me crazy as a team manager as he wasn’t always communicative but I could not fault him for it as he was always totally there for the kids. That and the fact that Lloyd was coaching 2 teams.. Now you have to be almost super human to do that but he did it often. Dwight had him a couple of times as coach the last time being when Dwight was in his first year of Midget. It was not his the best year but Dwight said Coach Lloyd was one of his best coaches! Lloyd was not only teaching hockey knowledge but great life skills !!

    My heart goes out to his family ♥️

    Our condolences,
    Dianne , Trevor & Dwight Bitz

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  9. My dear friend ❤️ this is a journey that we never expected. Please know my prayers for you and your family to the Creator are heartfelt. May the Creator give you comfort during this difficult time. Mendy and fay

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  10. Jen, Gary, Kieran and family :

    There are people you meet in life who make you want to be a better human, work harder, go that extra step for others. Coach Lloyd was one of those people. May all the good he did in life live on in your family and all those who had the honour to know Lloyd. I’ll imagine he will be running drills for all those with the passion and love of the game that have gone before you & watching over all those left behind with his calm kind spirit ❤️

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  11. Wayne Kootenay :

    My Condolences, Lloyd was an inspiration to me and was always there for me. He was a good teacher he is a great man and I will miss him. May the Creator bless your soul and spirit.

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  12. The Anklewich Family :

    Monica and Family,

    We are so saddened to hear of Lloyd’s passing. He was truly a remarkable and giving man who will forever be respected and remembered as “Coach Lloyd” in our home, as he coached many of our boys. Our thoughts are with you all during this time.

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  13. Spencer dodginghorse :

    Honored to have known you
    Who would have thought last sunday would be our last Handshake
    You will be missed

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  14. Few people have impacted so many. Lloyd was truly a community leader who shared his spiritual light with everyone and anyone experiencing darkness. His life left a lasting impression and his passing has left a painful void. May he continue to watch over the children, the homeless and his beloved family.

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  15. Michelle Brooks :

    I’m so sorry for your family’s loss. I did not know him personally but I’ve heard such amazing things over the years from mutual friends. It sounds like he touched many of lives.

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  16. Lloyd’s compassion for humanity; humility, kindness and generosity of spirit has improved the lives of so many. Shine on Lloyd, you will be missed!

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  17. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I always admired Jr. I am sorry that I could not attend his funeral.

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  18. Linda Blaser-Fiddler :

    Condolences, love ❤️, hugs, and prayers.

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  19. I’m so sorry for your Loss Monica, May Creator watch over you and your family!
    I’ll never forget what he did for my dad…

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  20. Lloyd coached my son Jory two hockey seasons, I loved his quiet, calm coaching style- he was difficult to get to know as his focus was definetly coaching the kids. However after time I did know him enough to recognize what a great person he was, coaching not one team but two or maybe more , his love of running in either Calgary’s -25 or Arizona’s plus 25. His love of his family and community was evident. I’m very thankful that I knew him-Randy, Jory and I will not forget him.

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  21. Please accept our sincerest condolences on the untimely passing of a great person who had such a positive impact on so many lives. We were all saddened to hear this news. I was lucky to coach with Lloyd and my son was lucky to have him as a coach in Southland (Southwest) hockey. He helped the kids with hockey skills and strategy but more importantly taught them valuable lessons about how to conduct themselves and be better people.
    He will be greatly missed.
    Tom, Carole and Evan Schwartz

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  22. Rev susan brandt :

    I am so sad at hearing of Lloyd’s death…we served the poor together…peace

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  23. We are so sorry for your loss. You have our most heartfelt sympathy and are in our thoughts and prayers.

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  24. Our deepest sympathy on the passing of coach Lloyd. We are sad to hear this news.
    We were very lucky to have Lloyd coach my son twice over the years of hockey.
    Will be missed.
    Our thoughts and prayers
    Tom, Sharon and Mitchell

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  25. Michael Vandale :

    Lloyd was a great man who will be deeply missed. He reached out and touched many through his bottomless kindness. My condolences to the family.

    Sympathies,

    Michael Vandale

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  26. Jennifer Pereira (Ashawasegai) :

    My heartfelt condolences and prayers to your family. It was such an honour to have met this man and see that he walked his talk with his big heart.

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  27. tyler walter meguinis :

    condolence blue bear and family

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  28. Kevin Patterson :

    Our deepest sympathy goes out to Isabella and all her family from her hockey team. Coach Lloyd was our head coach at GHC for the bantam Flames. He will be sadly missed, his positive encouragement, soft spoken nature and relaxed coach style is a loss for the hockey community.

    Rest peacefully Coach Lloyd!
    Patty, coaches, and Flames players

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  29. Colleen Blackwell :

    Thoughts and prayers go out to all of Lloyd’s family and his many many friends & coworkers. I knew him for a short time, but he left me with the impression that he was a person who had a life well lived. I hope that everyone that knew Lloyd finds peace in the fact that you can rely on each other for strength and support. I cam across this poem that really reminds me of Lloyd.

    Dear friends I go, but do not weep
    I’ve lived my life, so full and deep
    Throughout my life, I gave my best
    I earned my keep, I’ve earned my rest
    I never tried to be great or grand
    I tried to be a helping hand.

    If I helped in a team, if I helped on my own
    It was more than repaid by
    good family and friends I have known.
    And if I went the extra mile, I did it with pleasure
    It was all worthwhile

    If I brightened your path, then let it be
    A small contribution from my loved ones and me,
    Now sadly I leave you and travel alone
    Through a mystic veil to the great unknown.

    With such beautiful memories
    That will forever be the way that I hope
    You’ll remember me.
    – Author Unknown

    Rest in Peace Lloyd ~ Colleen Blackwell (co-worker)

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  30. Terry, Connie & Family :

    The hearing of your passing greatly saddens our hearts. Your family will be in our prayers. Thank you for all the songs you sang to keep our hearts and minds clear and focused.

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  31. Lloyd taught me what it is to be a man and to understand where real peace and reconciliation for this country lies…he and his ancestors before and to come lead the way…rest in peace…my teacher, elder and friend… david burke

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  32. To Monica and family…may all be well, may all manner of things be well…warm hand to warm hand…peace david

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  33. The Whitbread Family :

    This is sad news indeed. Sincere condolences to the family; we will lift you up in prayer for the coming days.
    As Aidan’s first coach, he instilled a strong yet healthy competitive spirit and certainly a love for hockey through his teachings and encouragement.
    A lovely man who will be missed.
    Blessings.

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  34. I am deeply shocked and saddened to learn of Lloyd’s passing. I first met Lloyd when he served as an Elder and team member on a community-based research project through the U of C, and remember his wisdom and kindness. Condolences to his family and friends; they are in my thoughts and prayers.

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  35. Our heartfelt sympathy to your family. Lloyd was a quiet and calm presence at the arena and will be missed by all who had the privilege to meet him. You are in our thoughts.
    Jamie, Jeff, Hanna and Roxy

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  36. What tragic news, the loss is so great. I met Lloyd in the early 1990s when he was a student in one of my history courses at the University of Calgary. What I remember best was his wonderful term paper, combining oral and written sources, on the evolution of hunting amongst the Cree and Blackfoot. My thoughts are with you Monica and all the family at this very difficult time. Don Smith, retired professor of Canadian History at the Univ. of Calgary.

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  37. Sending condolences to the family and sad to hear of your loss, grateful got to meet him and Monica previously. You were the first people i met when i moved to Calgary and you opened your home with warmth and generosity. Thoughts and prayers to all the family. hiy hiy

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  38. Lloyd was a great man and mentor. He impacted so many lives in our community, teaching our children values of team work and leadership. He left a lasting legacy that was taken from us far to soon from a man with so much to give. My Son Jon and I are grateful for all that Lloyd has done, sharing his passion for life was his greatest gift.
    My Deepest Condolences for a man who left us far to soon,

    Dave Aston & Family

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  39. I met Lloyd last year at event and in that short time I was deeply moved by his knowledge of indigenous people and his spirituality. May you soar with eagles RIP

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  40. Marcia and Tom Mills :

    Our deepest condolences. Coach Lloyd was a great coach. He stayed calm and thoughtful in games where chaos could have prevailed. He coached our son Cam for two years and my husband had the pleasure of assisting with Lloyd. He will be missed in the community.

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  41. tyler walter meguinis :

    condolences bluebear and family

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  42. Shawna Simpson :

    Please accept my condolences to the family and community. Knowing this man was knowing a culture and pride that was seen by all of his efforts to support and honour his family and all of those around him.
    All his heart was given to what he did and believed. May the family be guided to some peace in know what an amazing human being he was.

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  43. Our sympathy and condolences to the EWENIN & ONESPOT families….May you rest in peace Lloyd, you have served your loving family & friend’s well. You will not be forgotten as you have impacted many live’s through out your life. Your legacy is a beautiful one we shall never forget. Thank you my friend….for being my friend <3 Thank you for having my son play on your team…he cherishes your time's together as well as me the same. Heaven has just received another Beautiful Angel, AMEN. <3

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  44. Deepest sympathy on your loss from the Laycock family.

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  45. Cassandra Matvenko :

    I only had the honour of meeting Lloyd less than a year ago. Luca brought me to the winter solstice sweat lodge ceremony. I felt incredibly lucky to be invited to such a sacred rite. Lloyd’s wisdom shone bright and his humor brought warmth and much laughter. His kindness always made me feel welcome. The hole that is left in Luca is felt in our home, Lloyd was so much more than a mentor to him. It is with great sadness I lament the tragic loss for Monica and the family. If I can be of help in this time of grief I will assist in any way I can. May Lloyd’s journey to the Grandfathers be of peace and learning for his spirit and those of his loved ones.

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  46. Our family was very sad to hear of Lloyd’s passing. I had had the pleasure of Coaching with Llyod and he was an inspiration to me and to the kids we coached. He had a very easy nature about him and great hockey knowledge which he was always wiiling to share. He will be misssed. Our prayers go out to your family at this difficult time.

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  47. It is a great honour to teach your children. I am very thankful to your family for praying with my mother and auntie. I will be forever grateful. I’m sorry to hear about your loss and to know that he was still young. God bless your family and may there be a place beside our creator, for him. Siyissgas.
    Lisa Wolfe-Villegas and all my relatives from Saskatchewan.

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  48. Connie & Marc Thibault :

    Deepest Condolences to Nik and Creedance and all the families

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  49. Cheryl Big Plume :

    Thank for being a friend to our whole community
    U sure will b missed
    Thank u for loving my cuz n bringing forward such beautiful children
    Journey to peace

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  50. Condolences from Martha and Mark EagleElk Sola family in New York.

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  51. My love and prayers for Lloyd’s good Spirit Journey home and for Monica and all the family, our Tiospaye and all whose lives were touched by Lloyd. My best memories of our Drum Keeper Lloyd are during Sundance ceremony. Prayers for all for strength, help and healing.

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  52. I had the privilege of coaching with Lloyd on my son Brayden’s Novice 6 hockey team last season and winning Esso Minor Hockey Week. We will never forget his dedication to the kids, knowledge and passion for the game and his kindness. Please accept our sincerest condolences through this most difficult time. We will always treasure the memories we have from our time spent with Lloyd and consider ourselves blessed to have had the opportunity to know him.

    Jesse, Jen, Brayden, Britton, and Everly

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  53. Darrell, Julie Donaldson :

    Our condolences Monica and families! Thoughts and prayers at this time of loss! Only met Loyd once when he did the speaking at Gords funeral and he seemed like such a nice man! Memories of Loyd will help you heal but he will be with you everywhere you go and he will be watching over you and your families! All the best to you from Darrell, Julie Donaldson and families!

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  54. I want to send my deepest condolences to the Ewenin and Onespot family. Too soon to say goodbye, so till we meet again I will remember him as the ever loving husband, father, brother, grandfather, coach, and friend he was to the many lives he touched. Hit hiy

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  55. Our deepest sympathies to Lloyd’s family and friends. I coached with Lloyd on three different occasions and he was an outstanding coach. The boys, including my son Caleb, always liked his calm demeanor and his love of the game. I know the work Lloyd did was important, and he will be severely missed in that role. Lloyd was a fantastic guy, that I just enjoyed and looked forward to being around. He will greatly missed.

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  56. Toni E. Goodeagle :

    Our family send our prayers for strength during this very sad and lonely time. Monica you are being sent hugs and love from our family . Prayers are being said. Lloyd was always a very humble and kindhearted man..he will always be around you to watch over his family.. our thoughts are with you even though we couldn’t attend as Melba is here ….love and hugs

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  57. My deepest sympathies the family. I am sorry I was not able to attend the funeral.
    Jr. was a great man and went out of his way to help so many or give an ear when needed. He will be greatly missed by many. Rest in Peace my friend

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  58. Monica and family, please accept my deepest condolences on the passing of Lloyd. He was a great man who positively impacted the lives of so many. We are all blessed to have known him. It was an honor and privilege to coach hockey with Lloyd. I will always cherish our friendship with one another.

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  59. I loved working with Lloyd. He was a very kind and caring person who will not easily be forgotten. My condolences to his friends and family.

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  60. My most sincere condolences for your family’s and community’s loss and also my most sincere appreciation for lloyds contribution to the PaCER group training which is where I met and interacted with Him. . His contribution and commitment to improving the quality of life for everyone will always hold a special place in my heart and mind . Wishing you peace as you watch his legacy unfold in the future generation .

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  61. Monica, and Family

    We are so very sorry to learn of Coach Lloyd’s passing. He was such a great, fair, honest and passionate hockey coach to our son, Dominick. Our hearts break for Bluebear (who also played with our son) and all of you.

    Our condolences
    Andrew, Elisa & Dominick Revoy

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  62. Rebekka MacGillivray :

    Monica & Family,

    Lloyd coached with my husband Kris a few years back. He was such a good man and was very good with our kids. Eyanwin, I remember your dad saying the meaning of your name was precious stone. I always teased and said you tell your dad you’re a diamond . One of the most precious. Lloyd will be missed by many and remembered by many. You’re in our thoughts. Love Kris, Rebekka & Nickolas MacGillivray

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  63. My condolences to Monica, Bluebear and family. I had the pleasure of coaching with Lloyd for three seasons when our boys were young. The patience and caring he always demonstrated will be remembered by everyone who spent time with him.

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  64. I had to force myself to go to my beloved Uncle Lloyd Ewenin Jrs service. This one hit my heart and soul, this was the first time I cried like I did when my sister was taken. Lloyd was there for my family not only when Lindey passed away but many, many years before that. He used to pick us kids up every weekend to come pray with the fam and when I say every weekend… I mean EVERY weekend. When he didn’t come, Aunty Monica came. Sometimes it was just the women setting up.

    Uncle Lloyd always made me feel included. He would always make it known that he saw me amongst all us kids running around playing. We used to go sledding and skating during the winter. This one time my mom, Aunty Monica, June, and Aunty Leona all jumped on this big toboggan and went straight down a steep ass hill towards a creek. They all wiped out purposely for good reason. We ended up calling them the Mama Train.

    When we were little his baby girl was always Karlon. I used to look out for her and we would play in the bush when we were just small and sweet. When Karlons baby went home to Tunkasila, Uncle Lloyd held it down for his kin, and my kin too. My sister Lindey and Karlons baby both went to the other side about a month apart, it was so hard for all of us. But still, Uncle Lloyd held it down. Everyone was grieving but he always managed to comfort us all during those hard times.

    After the year was up it was still rough. Grief worked us in ways someone should not even have to imagine. Karlon and I had our differences but in the end we are still sisters. I never felt exiled for my mistakes, I could always count on my Uncle. When I was worried about my baby brother Jordan, he was the person I would ask for help.

    The community has suffered a tremendous loss and this one is detrimental to all of us. My heart feels for my Aunty Monica who lost her best friend and life partner. I can’t even begin to think of how their children and grandchildren hurt, I wish this was just a bad dream and we could wake up and be in the good old days again.

    When we lose someone dear to our heart, it is so confusing and frustrating. At times like this our bodies just feel like dropping down on the ground and crying to Mother Earth. We ask… why Tunkasila? Why do you take the most valuable human beings away from us? Then it kicks in, they don’t belong to us just like we don’t belong to anybody. We belong to the Earth and we belong to the Creator. It’s hard not to question why we have to suffer loss.

    When my sister passed away my Hunka mother said something that helped me through my grief. She told me that sometimes we are not meant to understand why Tunkasila takes people so suddenly. She said with a heartwarming and comforting smile on her face as tears ran down her face, “maybe the ones he takes have important jobs over there that we don’t know about.” I remember these words now more than ever because Uncle left with no warning, but he didn’t leave without making his mark on the people. He left a strong unit behind which are his children. His babies that will take care of their Mama and that’s who he raised them to be. He even Hunka’d my brother William before he left because William needed that strong family unit. Tunkasila did not take him in vain because Uncle Lloyd did what he was supposed to for his family before he left. He fulfilled the utmost honorable task as an Ikce Wicasa. He was the BEST.

    Doksa ake waunkte Anpe Wi Ciye.

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  65. Coach Lloyd… I had the pleasure of coaching alongside Lloyd for a season with Southwest Hockey. To this day my son Alexander says it was his favourite year of hockey and his favourite coach of the 8+ years he played. Lloyd was fair, honest, empathetic and heart felt with all his players. I learned how to be a better coach and in many ways a better person from knowing Coach Lloyd. He will be missed and there will be a void for future players who will not have the pleasure of being coached by this man. Love to the family. The Hutton’s.

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  66. Garrett and Glenn Smith :

    The LLoyd I know is not gone. His energy, love and passions live on the family, friends and players he coached. One of a kind and I’m disappointed that I didn’t get to know him more. His small efforts, had big impacts on many including my son and myself- these will not go away- as we more forward, a better version of ourselves will move forward thanks to LLoyd. – as I think so many will. I will look to the star knowing that he continues on out there. I wish you all strength and please say HI if you see Garrett and I out.

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  67. Monica, Megan, Kaga, Thor, Hanna, Serena and family, My deepest sympathies in the passing of such a great man, Coach Lloyd. Our family feels very blessed to have crossed paths with Lloyd, he was our coach last season. He was such a kind, gentle, gernerous soul that passed on his passion and love of the game of hockey in many teachings that will live on in all of the children he coach. I always enjoyed our conversation about hockey, hunting, family and life. He will be sorely missed, gone way to soon but never forgotten. His life was well lived.
    Tammy, Kyle, Kade & Quin Cameron

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  68. Laurie Aitchison :

    Our heartfelt condolences on your loss. Our son Ryan had the privilege of being coached by Lloyd for several years -he made a lasting impact on Ryan.
    It was an honor to know him.
    Laurie, Jeff & Ryan Aitchison

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