Lloyd V. Stepp

February 15, 1939 – December 26, 2021


Obituary For Lloyd V. Stepp

Mr. Lloyd V. Stepp, age 82, of Winston, GA, went to be with his Lord and Savior on December 26, 2021, after a 15 year battle with Parkinson’s. He was born February 15, 1939, in Picher, OK, the son of the late Mrs. “Mattie” Lee Boyd-James and “Pete” Stepp. Lloyd proudly served in the US Air Force as a member of the Air Police and was later employed by the Exxon Oil Refinery in Benicia, CA, from which he retired after more than 25 years. Lloyd played in a competitive fast-pitch softball league as one of the league’s most competent pitchers, and also enjoyed golf, fishing, and camping, and most recently greatly enjoyed Dr. Charles Stanley’s televised sermons. Lloyd is preceded in death by his parents and his brothers “Sonny”, Everett, Lester, and David. He is survived by his wife Linda Lee Stepp, his daughter and son-in-law Christine and Robert Beaudreau, his son Tim, grandchildren Matthew, Jeremie, Courtney, and Maverick, great-grandchildren Morgan, Brielle, Louden, Nico, and Josie, as well as many nieces and nephews. The Reverend Danny Horsley will officiate a graveside service which will be held at the Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, GA., later this month.

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  • 01/08/2022

    His family called him Vernon, his middle name. I don’t know why but he was Vernon to me as my brother-in-law. His brother David was my husband. We visited regularly and on one trip to their town, David, Vernon, our little dog Ginger and I used our own large rubber raft to float the Umpqua River. He got the biggest kick out of Ginger at the head of the boat wearing a minature bill cap. We all had fun and it was fun to see him enjoying a different activity. He and Linda were always very good to me. I am honored to have spent time with them.

  • 01/07/2022

    My deepest heartfelt condolences to Lloyd’s wonderful family. Lloyd was my mentor at the Exxon Refinery in Benicia, Ca., but I first met Lloyd and his wonderful wife Linda while Linda was our secretary at Weldon Leather Co., located in the Benicia Industrial Park, where Lloyd worked moonlighting electrical repairs. We were all friends instantly as they were the finest couple I have ever met. Lloyd and I worked many night shifts together at the refinery, where he mentored me on how to work safely and competently around the refinery. You really get to know a person on those late shifts talking about life in general over a cup of coffee. He was always the most honorable man with a great work ethic, along with a great sense of humor, also an amazing electrician, but more importantly very thoughtful in his outlook on life and his faith. A dear friend over the years that I had always hope to see again. God bless his wife Linda. The two will always be together in my heart..Lloyd with that smile as he kidded with Linda and his joyous love of life. (I know he’s looking down on me now while I try to write this waiting for me to add..he sure could hit a golf ball! Lloyd really didn’t know his strength. I never in my life seen a ball hit so hard and so far!) Gonna miss you buddy. God Bless you.

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