Lloyd I. Haldeman, 89, worked at family business, F.L. Haldeman & Sons plumbing, enjoyed mission work

By on December 21, 2016

Lloyd I. Haldeman, 89, of Manheim went home to be with Jesus on Monday, Dec. 12, 2016, at Pleasant View Retirement Community.

Born in Manheim, he was the son of the late Frank L. and Beatrice W. Haldeman. He was the loving husband of Susan J. Hollinger Haldeman, and they would have celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary on Jan. 1.

Lloyd helped his father, brothers, and brother-in-law start F.L. Haldeman and Sons Inc. He retired in 1992 from the plumbing industry after a lifetime of service. He continued to travel with his tools and skills to help family and friends, as well as go on mission trips to West Virginia, New Mexico, and Kentucky.

Active as a faithful member of Grace Church, Lancaster, Lloyd served as deacon, trustee and usher. He was also a life member of Mastersonville Fire Company, where he served as a chaplain, host, and delegate to the Lancaster County Fireman’s Association. Lloyd volunteered at the Nearly Nu Thrift Shop and the Manheim Historical Society, where he was active with the Fasig House Committee. He also volunteered with Camp Conquest in Denver. His interests included his restored ‘46 Ford Coupe, for which he received many trophies at antique car shows; feeding and watching birds; and spending time with his family.

Surviving in addition to his wife are three children: Kathi, wife of Conrad Nasatka, of Manhiem; Larry, husband of Debra Haldeman, of Manheim; Mark, husband of Karen Haldeman, of Landisville; daughter-in-law: Deborah Haldeman of Manheim; along with 14 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; and three siblings: Lois “Fern” Heisey of Lititz; Edgar, husband of Dorothy Haldeman, of Manheim; and Eileen Miller of Murrells Inlet, S.C.

He was preceded in death by two sons: Marlin and Dale Haldeman; and a brother: Jay Haldeman.

A memorial service was held Dec. 18 at Pleasant View Retirement Community’s Hoffer Auditorium, Manheim. Interment will be private and at the convenience of the family.

In lieu of flowers, those desiring may send contributions in Lloyd’s memory to Camp Conquest, 480 Forest Road, Denver, Pa 17517.

To send the family online condolences, visit BuchFuneral.com. Buch Funeral Home, Manheim, handled the arrangements.

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