Anderson, Lloyd Cecil

Anderson, Lloyd Cecil

April 13th, 2020

It is with great sadness that the Anderson family announces the peaceful passing of Lloyd, at peopleCare Oakcrossing, London ON, on Monday, April 13, 2020, in his 88th year. Lloyd is survived and will be greatly missed by Eleanor, his beloved wife of 64 years. Their love and memories of travelling the world and dancing will be cherished forever. Lovingly remembered by his son Chris (Sandy) and grandchildren Valerie and Brooke; his son Ian (Laura) and grandchildren Nolan and Emma; and by his sister, Donna Shaw (Goderich). Predeceased by brother Ross (Belgrave). Lloyd is an Alumnus of the Ryerson University Architectural Technology Program and a member of the Association of Architectural Technologists of Ontario. Over the years Lloyd worked on major architectural projects, including the construction of University Hospital and additions to St. Joseph’s Hospital in London. Later, he became a professor of Architectural Technology at Fanshawe College, until his retirement in 1997. Lloyd was passionate about woodworking, carving, golf, hiking, dancing, volunteering, bowling and tai chi. Wonderful sunsets at the cottage on Lake Huron and spending time with family and friends were a highlight of his summers. The Anderson family extends an enormous “THANK YOU!” to the 3rd floor, White Pine staff at peopleCare Oakcrossing, for their compassionate care. Cremation has taken place. Interment will follow at a later date, to be with his late parents John and Myrtle, and brother Ross, at Brandon Cemetery in Belgrave, Ontario. Those wishing to make a charitable donation in memory of Lloyd can consider the LHSC Baker Centre for Pancreatic Cancer or the Boys & Girls Club of London. 

Charitable donations may be made to:

Please click here to send a donation notification to the family     

Book of Condolences

Heather and Jim ErskineJim and I were so sorry to hear your father's passing, Ian. Please know that we are sending you virtual hugs and strength through this difficult time. Love....Heather and Jim
Mary Anne McparlamdDear Ian, Laura, Nolan and Emma I am so sorry for your loss, I hope your wonderful memories can give you comfort at this difficult time. I remember Lloyd as a very gentle and caring man, always interested in sharing a conversation. I send big hugs and kisses! Much love MaryAnne
Lori & Don JohnstonEleanor, We were saddened to hear of Lloyd's passing. He was such a gentle, kind soul and will be remembered fondly. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during these difficult times of isolation. Virtual hugs are sent to you.
Holly JordanDear Eleanor, Please accept my deepest condolences on Lloyd’s passing. May your wonderful memories bring you peace and comfort. Thinking of you. Holly (Oakcrossing)
Dianne LawrenceDear Eleanor, Chris and Ian: So sorry for your loss. Remembering Lloyd for the twinkle in his eye and smile on his face. A lovely man, wonderful husband and great dad. Sincere Condolences, Dianne, Lloyd and family.
Herb HunterPlease accept my condolences on the passing of Mr. Anderson. He was a very supportive parent while I taught at Lord Elgin. It was always great to connect with him at least once each summer at garage sales. A very kind man. Sincerely, Herb.
Carol-Ann (Crumplin) & Tom CoxEleanor, Chris and Ian so sorry to hear of Lloyd's passing. From the time on Michaelmas to meeting again after becoming part of the Cox family, Lloyd was always a gentle soul. Sending our deepest condolences.
Mari & Bill CrawfordSorry to learn of Lloyd's passing. He will be remembered as the much respected gentleman he was as a fellow Professor and colleague at Fanshawe College. Lloyd was a highly regarded fellow Council member of Association of Architectural Technologists of Ontario and a member of the Certification Board before he retired. When travelling back and forth to those meetings in Toronto we thought we had solved all of the problems that ever existed. Eleanor, our thoughts are with you and your family at this time. Stay safe. Mari & Bill Crawford
Ed and Nancy DolsonOur deepest and most sincere condolences to you and your family, Eleanor. I remember when we first started round dancing and we would sit out the higher levels and watch you and Lloyd dance. So precise, such beautiful dancers you were! Greatly respected both of you for your dedication to dance. I hope the sweet memories of dancing will comfort you as you journey through your loss. Please remember you are in our thoughts and prayers. Ed and Nancy Dolson
Charles and Brenda EdmondsVery sorry to hear of Lloyd’s passing. Condolences to Eleanor and family.
Joy PryceDear Eleanor - My deepest condolences on the death of Lloyd - we had so many good times together...Fanshawe College, dinners at your home and at your cottage, theatre outings and more. You are in my prayers at this sad time. Blessings, Joy Pryce
Tom & Nancy PaquetteHi Eleanor Our hearts go out to you and your family. Lloyd was such a gentle, humble man. He will be dearly missed. Tom & Nancy Paquette
Joanne & Bob HardingDear Eleanor and family, our deepest condolences. Bob and I were always in awe as we watched you and Lloyd dance whether it was at the club or the legion. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.
Michelle & Mike Squire Eleanor and family, we were very saddened to hear of Lloyd’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this very difficult time.
Joe TeodoroDear Eleanor, My sincere and deepest condolences to you and your family for your loss. Lloyd was one of the teachers I respected the most during my time as an Architectural Technology student and afterwards as a work colleague. He definitely fit and dressed for the part. I will always remember Lloyd as being "essentially" a quiet individual, having a good sense of humor and a good hard working man. Joe Teodoro
Gary and Gloria BullockEleanor, extending deepest sympathy to you and your family. Lloyd was always such a gentleman! He will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
John & Anne ArthurEleanor, Chris and Ian, we are very sorry to learn of the passing of Lloyd. I will always remember, with fond memories, of my many years of working with Lloyd who I respected as a mentor and a friend. We send our sincerest condolences to you and your families. We are sure Lloyd will be greatly missed by all of you.
Ted Aziz I had the pleasure and privilege of working with Lloyd for a number of years when he was with Tillmann/Lamb Architects on numerous projects, including the structural engineering for University Hospital, St. Joseph's and others. Truly one of the good guys in life. He will be missed, but remembered.
Shirley BurnhamEleanor and family...my sincere condolences at this time. Often think of our good times at the cottage in Kincardine...Lloyd was always such a gentleman....So many good memories! Hugs Shirley
Tom LeckieEleanor so sorry to hear of Lloyd passing.
Ian O'QuinnIan. So sorry to hear the sad news of your dad's passing. I have fond memories of lugging roof trusses back and forth during the renovation on Michaelmas!! Please extend my condolences to your mom and Chris as well.
Add Your Condolences
Archives