Lloyd Haugerud

Lloyd Elmer Haugerud

Saturday, February 1st, 1947 - Thursday, April 29th, 2021
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A Private Family Service will be held on Wednesday, May 5, 2021 at 1:00 PM

Funeral Service will be live streamed. To watch the service, please Click Here

Lloyd Elmer Haugerud was born February 1, 1947 and passed away April 29, 2021 at age 74, at home peacefully with his family at his side.

Lloyd was born to Elmer and Astrid Haugerud in Kinistino. He grew up with his 4 siblings: Elsie, Dale, Allan and Elaine. They farmed in Kinistino until 1954, Lloyd then moved to his present farmhouse in Brockington. Lloyd attended Pine Bluff school until grade 8 when he had to help on the farm with his dad. At age 16, Lloyd got a job at Saskhighways after he told the government he was a few years older than he really was. He was a foreman for his crew, he worked up in the bush for many years with his cousin, Earl. Lloyds next-door neighbor in Brockington was Connie. Connie was the love of his life, so
they got married on September 2nd, 1972. Connie and Lloyd lived at Connies grandparents and had their first-born son, Brent in 1973. They took over the Haugerud family farm prior to having their second son, Kevin in 1976. Lloyd had a mixed farm of grain and livestock, he loved what he did. All his cows had names and were more of pets than livestock. He had cows, horses, llamas, donkeys, sheep, goats, chickens, ducks, pigs and even a pet Elk. Lloyd enjoyed being in the bush, he even bulit this own sawmill. Lloyd and Connie had first baby girl, Amanda, in 1981. Lloyd took on many jobs throughout the years. He built dugouts, cut ski hills for wapiti, built the bridge on highway 6 to wapiti, blasted dams with dynamite, blasted a channel through Qu’appelle Valley, blown concrete from elevators, and helped move an elevator. Lloyd was very mechanically inclined, he worked on many gas engines while farming, logging, and trucking. Trucking was his passion. In 2002, Lloyd went back to school and received his grade 12. He then attended Cumberland college and got his welding certificate and his 1A license. He was a proud trucker. He retired from farming land, he kept his livestock and went on the road. He worked for Ridgedale transport, then M&K welding hauling hoppers. Kevin and Amanda stared working with Lloyd at M&K driving pilot truck for their dad. M&K was sold so Lloyd started trucking for nearby farmers. He worked along side Kevin at the Shmyrs farm, but he would take off seasons to drive bus for Hodgins. Fortunately, Hodgins let him take his family on the vacation trips to whitefish, Montana and Golden, BC several times. Going on bus trips gave Lloyd a taste of travelling, making it easy to convince him to come on all Amandas road trips to Vegas, California, and on cruises. His granddaughter, Kayla,also took Lloyd and Connie to Banff last winter, where they took a helicopter through the mountains,
and went to a wolf sanctuary. Last year we made a large family vacation to Shuswap, BC where both Amanda and Kevins family joined together on a houseboat tour for a week, Lloyd had the time of his life having almost everyone together on the boat.

Lloyd was a hard worker, working his whole life but he always had time for his family. He loved his family very much and had a soft spot for his grandchildren. He would joke around and tease his wife, kids and grandkids all the time. Lloyd was the best husband, father, and grandfather that anyone could ever ask for. He was strong, loving, kind and so generous. He will be missed by all.

Lloyd was predeceased by his parents and sister, Elsie Drummond; his father-in-law Lloyd Olson; his grandparents-in-law Edwin and Augot Erickson; brother-in-law Gary Jackson and nephew Mark Perkins.

Lloyd leaves behind his loved ones to cherish his memories are his loving wife Connie; his children: Brent, Kevin (Melissa) and Amanda (Ben); his grandchildren: Paityne, Kayla (Jared), Payge, Kloey, Logan, Brittany (Zack), Brandon (Ashlyn), Madison (Jordan) and Ethen; his great grandchildren: Damyne, Brielle, Raenna, Ryhlie, Brexlyn and Gaven; mother-in-law Kathleen Olson; brothers: Dale, Allan (Joyce) and his sister Elaine (Harvey) Perkin; sister-in-law Trudy Jackson; brothers-in-law: Arnell (Tammy) Olson and Randy Olson; his very special dog little Kloey, and numerous nieces and nephews.
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    Wednesday, May 5th, 2021 | 1:00pm
    Wednesday, May 5th, 2021 1:00pm
    Fedusiak Funeral Chapel & Crematorium Ltd.
    306 Saskatchewan Drive West
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    A Private Family Service will be held.
    Celebration of Life will be live streamed starting at 12:50 PM Click Here

    Memorial donations may be made in Lloyd's name directly to TeleMiracle
    Pastor Gary Schenk


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Lois Lyttle

Posted at 11:51am
To Amanda and family
Very sorry to hear of the passing of your dad, I did not know him but he sounds like a very loving hardworking adventurous man! Sending big hugs and love your way at this very sad time!


Posted at 05:38pm
Sorry for your loss, I wish I could be there to hug you all. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

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Posted at 12:32pm
Thinking of you and your children Connie.So sorry!From your childhood friend. Genny and Larry Vancoughnett
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