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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Lloyd Allen Duplant

1945 - 2021

Hemphill, Texas

OBITUARY

Lloyd A. Duplant, 75, of Hemphill, TX passed away on January 4, 2021. He is now healed and
whole and most certainly singing bass in Heaven’s choir.
He loved his family which included his wife, Paula; his sons James Durso and his wife Lori of
Nederland, Morgan Duplant of Austin, Logan Duplant and his wife Elizabeth of Austin; mother
of his children, Vivian Duplant; grandchildren, Hannah Durso, Slade Durso, and Derek Durso;
sisters, JoAnn Larson and...

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Terry & Cynthia Charles

January 8, 2021 9:23 PM

Our deepest Condolences to the Lloyd family, we worked with Lloyd at Texaco Research and always enjoyed his company and knowledge about various jobs in the laboratory. Wishing you peace, comfort, courage, and lots of love through this time of sorrow. May God give peace to the soul.
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Peggy and Albert Nunez

January 8, 2021 12:39 PM

Lloyd will truly be missed at First United Methodist Church in Hemphill.  He always had a great smile for all and did a wonderful job on our sound board.  He was definitely one in a million and will be sorely missed.  We just know he is smiling in the arms of our Father!  Rest well, our friend!

Carol Aaron

January 7, 2021 8:18 PM

Well, the world is a little less bright without Lloyd. Duplant in Sabine County.  Everyone that knew him, loved him.  He was indeed a kind, sweet man.  I tell everyone the story of Paula bringing Lloyd over to my house to meet me when they first met.  I opened the door and she said "I have found the PERFECT man".  I said, "WELL COME IN.  This is a first for me!!!!"  I am so saddened that he won't be stopping by the office anymore or ready to greet me at some event.  Enjoy the glory our Father promised us, my friend.  You left your footprints on our hearts.  Carol Aaron  

Bekie Maxey

January 6, 2021 11:14 PM

Mr. Lloyd was in Vietnam about the same time Steve was there.  They seemed to hit it off as soon as they met each other.  When Steve passed in June,2018, Mr. Lloyd was very kind and supportive to me. I will never forget that. He and Ms Paula have been my friends thru thick and thin and I look forward to seeing him again when we all are called home. I will miss you and never forget your Christian love for Steve and me.  Rest high on that mountain, Mr. Lloyd. Love forever Bekie Maxey

Juanita Robinson

January 6, 2021 9:09 PM

We miss our great neighbor, he always stopped by our house to get a fishing report. Loved seeing him walk his dogs with his golf cart. You could always ask Lloyd to help out and know that he would show up. We will miss you my friend.  

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