Lloyd B. McCabe, 88, of Newville, PA, loving and devoted husband to Virginia
Sullivan, died Sunday, July 11, 2010 in the Holy Spirit Hospital, Camp Hill, PA. He was born April 1, 1922, in Fond
du Lac, Wisconsin and was a son of the late Patrick G. and Lucille (Lloyd) McCabe. Lloyd was a veteran of WWII, Korean War
and Vietnam War.
Lloyd was father, soldier, doctor, and athlete. He began playing golf as
an 8 year old and beat his age as an 87 year old five times. Lloyd was drafted into the Army in 1943 and served as a medic
in the Army Air Corps. Following the war he earned his medical degree from St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO, and
was in private practice in Fond du Lac. Lloyd was recalled to active duty to serve in the Korean War and, while in Korea,
served as the battalion surgeon at the Battle of Triangle Hill and as the regimental surgeon at the Battle of Pork Chop Hill
and earned the Combat Medical Badge. Following the Korean War, Lloyd had various assignments in the US and Germany. While
in Vietnam, he served as the Deputy Commander Military Assistance Command, Vietnam where he advised the Vietnamese medical
forces. Following his service in Vietnam, he commanded hospitals at Fort Jackson, West Point and Fort Belvoir. He retired
from the Army with over 30 years of service with numerous military awards, including the Combat Medical Badge, Legion of Merit
with Oak Leaf Cluster, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Commendation Medal with two
Oak Leaf Clusters, Good Conduct Metal, and WWII Victory Medal. Following his career in the Army, he served as Medical Director
for Weirton Steel Corporation.
He was a member of St. Patrick Catholic Church, Carlisle and enjoyed his
family and golf. Lloyd was preceded in death by his wife, Virginia, brother, Patrick, sister, Charlotte, M. Hotaling
and great granddaughter, Olivia Lloyd Mosley. He is survived by his sons, Michael J. McCabe (and his wife, Susan R. Fournier)
of Washington D.C., and Brian P. McCabe of Dallas, TX, two daughters, Victoria L. (and her husband, Theodore) Mosley also
of Dallas and Elizabeth "Zizi" (and her husband, Stephen) Schirf of Park City, UT, his sister, Kathleen S. Pedi of Beaver
Falls, WI, nine grandchildren and four great-granddaughters.
A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Friday, July 16, 2010,
in St. Patrick Catholic Church, 87 Marsh Dr., Carlisle with Rev. William C. Forrey officiating. The family will receive
friends immediately following the services on Friday at the McCabe home in Newville. Burial service will be held at 12:45
p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010, in the Ft. Myer Post Chapel, Ft. Myer, VA, with interment immediately following in Arlington
National Cemetery with full military honors. Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, Carlisle, is in charge of the arrangements. Memorial
contributions may be made to Red Cloud Indian School, 100 Mission Dr., Pine Ridge, SD 57770.
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Vicki - Thinking of you and keeping you in my thoughts
I had the privilege of working with Dr McCabe
at Weirton Steel. He was a very special man. Please accept my sincere sympathy for your loss. My prayers
and thoughts are with you at this very difficult time.
To Dr. McCabe's Family:
I had the honor and privilege
to work as Dr. McCabe's secretary at Weirton Steel for several years. He was a devoted physician, passionate about his
work, and cared deeply for all those who sought his treatment and advice.
Often we would talk about our families, and
he would speak so highly and fondly of his children and their children.
I remember how he and Virginia loved to travel
to visit the many places they found interesting.
I pray you find peace knowing your parents are reunited and celebrating
a new life together.
Your message of condolence will
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