Lloyd was born to Horatio Dees and Mildred Aycock in Hallettsville Lavaca County September 25, 1937.  The family relocated to San Antonio in 1952 where he lived until his death. Lloyd had a career as a truck driver. His fascination with cars lead him to auto mechanics establishing  “Dees Garage” in the early 1970s -1980s.  Lloyd was a  HUGE fan of Country & Western music Hank Williams, The Judds, George Strait to name a few. He loved   Western Movies with Gunsmoke and Tombstone being his favorite . Lloyd loved life and his family.  He cherished his children, grandchildren, niece’s and nephews. His wife Melvera, his parents , and one sister and brother, precede him in death. He leaves behind to cherish his memory his loving children, Tracy Smallwood, Brenda Jones and Michael Dees; sister, Bobbie Neal of Austin, TX. many grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews, other  relatives and friends.

Services

Visitation: May 19, 2022 1:00 pm

MeadowLawn Chapel
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX United States

78220
www.meadowlawnmemorialpark.com

Service: May 19, 2022 2:00 pm

MeadowLawn Chapel
5611 E. Houston St.
San Antonio, TX United States

78220
www.meadowlawnmemorialpark.com

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  1. CandleImageDear Daddy,
    I want you to know I love you dearly. I never imagined my life without you here, at times it still doesn’t seem real. I won’t hear your voice or see your toothless smile that lit up my heart. To me you were “superman” you had a faith bigger than fear. Everyday you woke up ready to face the world with courage and zeal no matter what the day would bring you found great joy in it. My life will never be the same, a void has now taken place that will never be replaced only time and God can help me. Daddy I love you. Please get your rest and know that I will exhibit the strength both you and mom instilled in me to carry my siblings through this life. You Said “yall take care of each other and your mother” and I will, we will. I will continue to listen to Hank Williams, George Strait, Gretchen Wilson and the Judds to name a few of your Country favorites. Oh what a time we had listening, singing, and laughing we had our own karaoke in your living room. Daddy forever you will live

  2. CandleImagemy.condolence to the family all and once I haven’t meet he was a great human being I was able to take care if him for some time. love you sis

  3. CandleImageMichael, Brenda & Tracy,

    Taylor and I want to wish you our most sincere condolences for a time such as this but like no other. May the precious memories of your beloved father fill your hearts and minds always.

    Sincerely,
    Alvenetta (Nettie) & Taylor Henry

  4. To Mike, Tracy, and Brenda and entire Dees Family, Our family is your family and we will lift you all in prayer. God will be your closest ally. Lean and depend on him, he will comfort and keep you all. You all continue to love and support one another just as you have always done. May God wrap you all in his loving care and comfort you as only he can. If you need anything I am only a phone call away. Much LOVE!!!

    Phyllis Beard Pope

  5. CandleImageThe Dees Family would like to thank each and everyone of you for your prayers, cards, phone calls, text, food, etc. We are sincerely appreciative of the love and support you have shown our family during this difficult time. Please know that we love you and we appreciate you and we ask your continued prayers. This journey for us is just beginning, the void of not having our dad will be a painful one but the memories are forever. May God bless you and your families.
    Tracy

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