Lloyd M. Cline, 84, of Carlisle, died Saturday, April 28,
2012, at Thornwald Home, Carlisle. He was born on Tuesday, October 4, 1927, in Shippensburg, a son of the
late Roy and Ada (Lautsbaugh) Cline. Lloyd was married to the late Frances (Gibbs) Cline, who died June
He was a 1945 graduate of Carlisle High School and served in the Merchant
Marines toward the end of WWII and then served in the US Army during the Korean War. After returning from the
service, Lloyd and his brother Paul, took over and owned and operated the family businesses in Carlisle which included Cline’s
Appliances and Cline’s Plumbing and Heating. Lloyd was a life member of V.F.W. Post 477, American Legion
Post 101, both of Carlisle. He was also a member of St. John’s F&AM #260 and the Carlisle Elks Lodge.
Lloyd was a dedicated life member of the Tri-County Plumbers Association and held many offices in the organization throughout
his many years of service. Lloyd was an honorary life member and past President of the Pennsylvania Assoc of Plumbing, Heating,
Cooling Contractors. He was a member of the National Assoc of Plumbing, Heating, Cooling Contractors and was a former National
is survived by two daughters; Wanda E. (and her husband, Jim) Gehr of Carlisle and Debra M. (and her husband, Gary) Lebo of
Boiling Springs, one brother, Paul Cline and one sister, Bernita Mayberry, both of Carlisle, two grandsons; Brandon Lebo and
Kyle (and his wife, Kristen) Lebo and several nieces and nephews. Lloyd also leaves behind
his friend and companion, Sally Greger. He was preceded in death by one brother, Harold Cline and
one sister, Esther Shenk Miller.
services will be held on Wednesday, May 2, 2012, at 10:30 a.m. in the Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, 630 S. Hanover St., Carlisle,
with Rev. Anna L. Thompson officiating. Burial with military honors by Cumberland County Honor Guard will
be in Cumberland Valley Memorial Gardens, Carlisle. A viewing will be on Tuesday from 6 – 8 p.m.
at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to PHCC (Plumbing, Heating, Cooling Contractors)
Educational Foundation, P.O. Box 6808, Falls Church, VA 22046 or at http://tinyurl.com/LloydClineGift.
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My prayers have been with you since your call to me. I am sorry for the
loss. I know he was a strong source for your family for so many, many years, safe to say your whole life! but I do know you
have desired to have him be at peace, of which he now is...Condolences to Deb and the whole family...
Dear Wanda and Jim,
Thinking of you with sincerest
May you find comfort in the memories you hold close to your heart.
Jeff and Donna
Dear Wanda & Deb,
very sorry to hear about your father.
My thoughts are with you and your entire family.
Please know that
I think of you often and I'm a phone call away if you want to talk.
Debbie and Wanda,
I was so saddened to read about your dad. I think of
him often, I know the house was sold, but when I drive by I still expect to see him in the yard. Take comfort in knowing he
is at peace now.
Judy Braught Zucatti
We hope you feel our love and support at this difficult time.
Dale & Rose
Dear Wanda & Deb,
Our most sincere
condolence to your family.
Lloyd was a old and very dear friend of our families.
Larry Rowe & family
Judy Mosko & family
We send our
deepest sympathy to you and your family.
God bless you.
Gail and Larry Freeland
Lloyd was a very good friend during our years at PAPHCC. He was also my
Secretary when I became President. I would have attended his funeral had I been aware. My sincere condolences to a very dear
friend. He will always remain in my thoughts.
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