Lloyd Elmer Taber

By April 3, 2014 Obituaries

Lloyd E. Taber – Goose Creek

Lloyd E. Taber “A soldier has died today” 04/02/2014.

Veteran of WW II and Korea

He was survived by his loving wife of 66 years, Leone Taber, daughter Diane Lopez (John), Sons Terry Taber (Carol), Victor Taber (Staci), Danny Taber (Kate), 6 grandchildren Laurie Horton (Carl), Ben Taber (Shannon),

Victor Taber II, Lakota Taber, Larry Taber (Paige), Andrew Taber (Leslie) and 7 great grandchildren Holly, Reagan, Cappi, Sean, Alexander, Lloyd J. and Evelyn. Funeral Mass will be held at Divine Redeemer Catholic Church, 1106 Fort Dr., Hanahan, SC 29410 on Monday 04/07/2014 at 11:00 am. Interment following at Mepkin Abbey in Monck’s Corner. Arrangements provided by Simplicity: Low Country cremation and burial services.

In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made by check to Air Force Museum Foundation, PO Box 1903, 1100 Spaatz St., Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 45433-1903 or on the web site www.airforcemuseum.com. Please note in memory of Lloyd Taber.

A memorial message may be sent to the family by visiting www.lowcountry funeral.com.

 

3 Comments

  • Jannine Sterner says:

    Few men on pedestals deserve to be there. Lloyd E Taber deserved this honor many times over. He lived his life displaying the most true testaments to unwavering love of God, family and country. When he spoke, you listened because the words were always soaked with wisdom. I adopted him as my family when I met his granddaughter in 1987. Even as I grieve I send prayers of thankfulness to have met him and the rest of his beautiful family. He will be missed greatly. Love you all.
    -Jannine

  • robert miakisz sr says:

    Arlene and I are sending are deepest sympathy to our family in this time of sorrow. uncle Lloyd was always fun to be around miss seeing them come to ny every year. now he is soaring with the eagles. love and miss you uncle llyoyd peace be with you. bobbyand arlene

  • Neil Taber says:

    Even tho since leaving our parents home we have lived many miles apart I have alway loved Lloyd as my older brother and been proud of him. He served his country and family well and I pray his soul will rest in peace.