Maybon, 76, of Melba, died suddenly Monday morning, May 30,
1994, at his home of natural causes.
will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, June 3, at the
with Bishop Mark Hoagland officiating.
Burial will follow
Services are under
direction of Alsip Funeral Chapel,
Lloyd was born in Fullerton, Nebraska,
on September 27, 1917, to M. M. and Etta Babb Maybon.
He was raised in
until the age of fourteen when he and a brother traveled to
Eastern Idaho looking for work during the Great
were later joined by their parents and two younger brothers.
After spending two winters in he Newdale area, they
resettled in the Lakeview Community near Marsing.
Lloyd farmed for a
short time with his family before enlisting in the United
States Air Force. His
four years of service in World War II encompassed the war's
duration, taking him throughout the European theatre and Africa.
Upon returning from Europe,
Lloyd farmed near Homedale with his father and brothers.
In June of 1946 he met Caroline Joyce Leavitt and May
29, 1947, they were married at
Their marriage was
later solemnized in the Idaho Falls Temple August 27, 1963.
He and Caroline
resided in Homedale five years before purchasing a farm near
Melba in the fall of 1952 where for forty-two years he
farmed, ran cattle, raised three children and retired.
On May 29th, 1994,
Lloyd and Caroline, celebrated their 47th wedding
Lloyd was an active member of the LDS church, serving in
numerous positions and capacities; most recently serving as
an ordinance worker and tour guide at the Boise Idaho
He was also active
in the Melba Community while his children were growing up.
He served in many
ways, such as six years of service on the Melba School
enjoyed traveling, fishing and hunting.
He loved the
outdoors and spending time at his cabin in Donnelly on Cascade Lake.
His greatest joy was
his children and grandchildren.
His happiest times
were when he was with them.
He is survived by
his wife, Caroline of Melba; a daughter and her husband,
Bonnie and Hal Forsgren of Melba; two sons and their wives,
Terry and Susie Maybon of Caldwell, and Aaron and Cindy
Maybon of Idaho Falls; his father-in-law, Albert Leavitt of
Melba; two brothers and their wives, Wayne and Bernice
Maybon of Donnelly, and Ramon and Maxine Maybon of Notus;
five granddaughters; and nine grandsons.
He was preceded
in death by his parents of Homedale and an older brother,