Lloyd E. Streubel

June 01, 1924 - March 18, 2021

Lloyd E. Streubel

June 01, 1924 - March 18, 2021


Lloyd E. Streubel, life-long resident of Bellingham, died peacefully at the age of 96 on March 18, 2021. He was born June 1, 1924.

Lloyd married Susanne Kennedy on January 5, 1948 when they began their journey in life together. Lloyd and Sue had four children: Mike, Jeanny, Paul and David. Lloyd and Sue were married 60 years until Sue’s passing in 2008.

Prior to Lloyd’s marriage to Sue, he left Bellingham High School in his junior year in 1943 to serve his country as a Marine in World War II in the South Pacific. He was honorably discharged in 1946.

Lloyd worked for a Whatcom County power utility company for 36 years. He enjoyed fishing with family and wood working in his shop. He was also a long time member of Elks Lodge 194 and enjoyed dancing the night away with Sue.

Lloyd is survived by his three children, Jeanny Westby (husband Paul), Paul Streubel (wife Sue) and David Streubel (wife Nanette); his sister Dorothy Montoya (husband Cliff); nine grandchildren and fourteen great-grandchildren. Lloyd is predeceased by his beloved wife Sue and eldest son Mike.

Lloyd’s journey in life was very full and wonderful. His leadership and knowledge will be greatly missed. Thank you Dad from all of us.

Private services will be held.

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3 responses to Lloyd E. Streubel

  1. Ted Royal says:

    Worked for LLoyd in the 80’s for Puget Power. I was a grunt (line helper) and he was the foreman. I drove line truck and flagged traffic for him and the crew. Lots of memories working on Hwy 9 out near and around Acme for a year or more. He was there watching me climb my very first pole and attaching a guy wire to it, I still drive by that pole with fond memories. R.I.P. Lloyd. You have a good long life.

  2. My condolences to you all. Semperfi Lloyd

  3. Linda Miles says:

    My thoughts & prayers are with his family. May your Faith, Family, Friends & Many Happy Memories help you in the days to come. Take care, I Care

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