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Lloyd Edgar Theriault

Nov 2, 1946 - Oct 16, 2016

Lloyd's Story

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Fort Kent - Lloyd Edgar Theriault, 69, went to be with his heavenly father on Sunday, October 16, 2016. Lloyd was born on November 02, 1946 in Fort Kent, Maine to Romeo and Adrienne (Babin) Theriault. He grew up in Fort Kent. Lloyd joined the service and served his Country honorably. His bravery during the Vietnam War earned him the Bronze Star Medal with V Device for heroism. He operated a rome plow allowing him to cut through Vietnam jungles. In spite of being bombarded with enemy fire he often times disregarded his safety to ensure the safety of his fellow comrades. Lloyds discovery of underground tunnels was believed to be the largest Viet Cong stronghold found by the U. S. forces in Vietnam.
Lloyd earned a career working in the woods and was an extremely hard worker. He loved the outdoors and enjoyed taking his family to secret fishing holes. He treasured his family, was a man of few words, He loved making people laugh and feel wanted especially while hanging out at his favorite spot, Rocks diner. He will be remembered for his gentleness, his love, his compassion as a Father, Grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. Lloyd was predeceased by his father Romeo, mother Adrienne, and brother Raynold Theriault.
Lloyd is survived by his two daughters, Debi Lee Theriault of Colorado, Alisha Theriault and her significant other, Roland Hafford of St. Francis, and one step daughter, Jana Taggett of Allagash; two sons, Lloyd Robbie Theriault of Colorado and Phil Theriault of Allagash; four sisters Viola, Laurette, Marilyn and Rita, and four brothers Carroll, Franklin, Donald and David; seven grandchildren, Dillon Boucher, Braylen and Angelique Theriault, McKinely Pace, Hailey Nadeau, and Parker and Jayce Hafford; and several nieces,nephews, cousins and godchildren.
Per Lloyds request there will be no services.
Reading 2 2 Tm 4:6-8, 16-18 Beloved:I am already being poured out like a libation,and the time of my departure is at hand.I have competed well; I have finished the race;I have kept the faith.From now on the crown of righteousness awaits me,which the Lord, the just judge,will award to me on that day, and not only to me,but to all who have longed for his appearance.
Published on  November 2, 2016 in
Bangor Daily News
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