Lloyd W Spalding

Born in Robertson County, TN on February 16, 1932

Departed on February 7, 2021 and resided in Hendersonville, TN

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Lloyd W Spalding, 88, of Hendersonville and formerly a long time Goodlettsville resident passed away Sunday, February 7, 2021 at home. Born in Robertson County, February 16, 1932 he was the son of the late Granville Spalding and Jessie Webb Spalding. Lloyd was also preceded in death by his wife of nearly 69 years, Betty Ann Hughey Spalding; and a brother, Joe Everett Spalding. Lloyd worked as a plaster and cement mason throughout his life. He was a hard worker who was also soft spoken and always ready to lend a hand to others. He loved his family and had worked on many of their homes as well. He will be fondly remembered as a man of faith who was also an independent man who was always smiling and ready with a joke. Lloyd is survived by his children, Gary (Ellen) Spalding, Gayle (Ricky) McWhirter, and Ronnie (Yvette) Spalding; a brother, Nathan (Mabel Jo) Spalding; a sister, Joan (Glen) Pillow; 7 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-granddaughter. Visitation will be held at Cole & Garrett Funeral Home, Goodlettsville, TN on Thursday, February 11th from 4 to 7 PM and Friday, February 12th from 11 AM to 1 PM. A life celebration service will be held at the funeral home Friday at 1 PM followed by interment at Greenbrier City Cemetery.

One Comment to Lloyd W Spalding

  1. Don & Opaldeen Conner, Louisville, KY
    February 10, 2021 8:13 am

    “Grief is really just love. It’s all the love you want to give, but cannot. All of that unspent love gathers in the corners of your eyes, the lump in your throat, and in the hollow part of your chest. Grief is just love… with no place to go.” (Jamie Anderson)

    It is so hard to lose a parent. We can know a little about how you feel, both of us having gone through it ourselves. We suddenly feel so much more alone, because they have always been there, and now they’re not. They have been the emotional support columns for all our lives and now we feel oh, so, vulnerable. In time we heel, realizing that they taught us well, that we can go on. And we do, but the emptiness lasts for the rest of our lives. Our deepest sympathy goes out to Gary, and to all the family and loved ones, at this time of deepest loss.

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