Lloyd L. Howser, age 75, a resident of rural Ft. Scott, Kansas, passed away Thursday, July 5, 2018, at the Mercy Hospital in Ft. Scott.
He was born December 4, 1942, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the son of Charles N. Howser and Virginia Maxon Howser. Lloyd grew up in California. He later served with the United States Army during the Vietnam War where he was in charge of NCO Clubs. Following his military service, Lloyd worked for the Corp of Engineers in California for eighteen years where he served as park manager.
While in California, Lloyd served as a 4-H leader.
Following his retirement, he relocated to Ft. Scott where he worked for Mercy Hospital for over fifteen years. While at Mercy, Lloyd worked as a physical therapy tech and later a pharmacy tech. In addition to working at the hospital, Lloyd maintained his own farm and cattle operation.
Lloyd said he was happiest when he was on his tractor. Lloyd had served as President of the Ft. Scott Farm Bureau and was a past member of the First Christian Church of Ft. Scott.
Survivors include his wife, Judy, of the home; two sons, Charles Howser and Michael DelChiaro, both of Ft. Scott and five grandchildren, Nathan Howser and wife, Allison, Chase, Hayes and Brock Howser and Bella DelChiaro. Also surviving are two sisters, Mary Ann Dykstra and Jeannette Lovejoy. He was preceded in death by his parents.
Following cremation, a graveside service will be held at 10:30 A.M. Saturday, July 14th at the Lath Branch Cemetery. A reception will follow at the Thomas home, 2523 Locust Rd in Ft. Scott. Memorials are suggested to the of University of Kansas Cancer Research and may be left in the care of the Cheney Witt Chapel, 201 S. Main, P.O. Box 347, Ft. Scott, KS 66701. Words of remembrance may be submitted to the online guestbook at cheneywitt.com.
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Lloyd was one of those people who always smiled and had an encouraging word. Even though we were acquaintances, I knew that if I ever needed a helping hand he would jump to the task. My heart goes out to Judy, his beautiful wife. For years, I observed how He cared for his mother only like the most compassionate son would. You will be missed, Lloyd.