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Published January 09, 2014, 12:00 AM

Lloyd Davis Malstrom

Lloyd Davis Malstrom (88) was born January 13, 1925 in Fargo, ND to Eliza and David Malstrom. He passed away on January 2, 2014 at his home in Phoenix, AZ. He is survived by his two daughters, Dee Crockett (AZ) and Debbie Higginbotham (NC), son-in-law Frank Higginbotham and four grandchildren - Dorin and Frank Higginbotham, Dana and Denise Crockett, as well as his sister, Carol (Robert) Kennedy, Moorhead, MN. He was preceded in death by his brother, Raymond Malstrom, and his sisters, Florence Valan and Adeline Klein.

Lloyd was a WWII veteran, serving in the campaigns of southern France and central Europe. He had a successful career as a salesman and manager in the banking equipment industry. As a retiree, Lloyd was active in the American Legion and VFW for many years. He served as past Commander of Post 91 and was instrumental in the development of the Veteran Memorial Signage on Interstate 17. His hobbies included playing pool, singing karaoke, yodeling, dancing and bowling. He was an active member in his church. Lloyd was known for his warrior spirit, charismatic personality and concern for others. He was loved by many and will be greatly missed. Memorial services will be held Saturday, January 11 at Cactus Christian Fellowship, 2401 E. Cactus Road in Phoenix and at the American Legion of Phoenix. Interment will be January 13 at the National Veteran Military Cemetery in Phoenix, AZ

Lloyd Davis Malstrom

Lloyd Davis Malstrom (88) was born January 13, 1925 in Fargo, ND to Eliza and David Malstrom. He passed away on January 2, 2014 at his home in Phoenix, AZ. He is survived by his two daughters, Dee Crockett (AZ) and Debbie Higginbotham (NC), son-in-law Frank Higginbotham and four grandchildren - Dorin and Frank Higginbotham, Dana and Denise Crockett, as well as his sister, Carol (Robert) Kennedy, Moorhead, MN. He was preceded in death by his brother, Raymond Malstrom, and his sisters, Florence Valan and Adeline Klein.

Lloyd was a WWII veteran, serving in the campaigns of southern France and central Europe. He had a successful career as a salesman and manager in the banking equipment industry. As a retiree, Lloyd was active in the American Legion and VFW for many years. He served as past Commander of Post 91 and was instrumental in the development of the Veteran Memorial Signage on Interstate 17. His hobbies included playing pool, singing karaoke, yodeling, dancing and bowling. He was an active member in his church. Lloyd was known for his warrior spirit, charismatic personality and concern for others. He was loved by many and will be greatly missed. Memorial services will be held Saturday, January 11 at Cactus Christian Fellowship, 2401 E. Cactus Road in Phoenix and at the American Legion of Phoenix. Interment will be January 13 at the National Veteran Military Cemetery in Phoenix, AZ. Arrangements by Able Funeral Home.

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