Lloyd Vernon Viles, 59, of Pueblo, Colo., passed away Aug. 17, 2013, after a valiant battle with leukemia. Survived by his wife of 27 years, Tammy Viles; children, Dusty (Dan) Davenport, Toby (Sara) Viles, Felicia Viles, Lexus Viles; siblings, Linda (Chris) Sharples, Louise (Mike) Hinrichs, Laura (Clayton) Baysinger, Lewis (Kathy) Viles; grandchildren, Paulette, Isabelle and future grandson; nieces and nephews; and cat, Josie. Preceded in death by his parents, Claude and Geraldine (High) Viles. Born Nov. 16, 1953, in Emporia, Kans. He proudly served in the U.S. Army and was owner of TLC Couriers, Inc. Lloyd loved riding his Harley and enjoyed life to the fullest. He had a loving heart and worried more about others than himself. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Celebration of life, 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013, at the home of Dan & Dusty Davenport, Eskridge, Kans. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Lloyd was not only my nephew but one of my best friends. With our ages being closer than alot of Uncles and Nephews we could sure get in the trouble in the younger days of our lives and as we grew older we worked together when he hired me on at TLC. There was not a time when I came home on leave during the 20 years I spent in the Air Force that Lloyd did not show up when I came home. We talked for hours when we could as a matter of fact he called me a few days before he passed and we recalled our memories and I am so glad that call was made. I loved Lloyd ande respected him and all I can say now is Tammy, girls and Toby and Dusty if you need me Uncle Vern will be there for you if I can.

  2. Lloyd was not only my nephew but a very good friend. Thru
    out the 20 years I spent in the Air Force any time I got home on leave Lloyd
    would be one of the first to drop my parents to say hello to me and my
    family. Since our ages were closer than alot of Uncles and Nephews Lloyd and
    myself could stir up some trouble in our younger years and when we got older
    we worked together. He hired me on as one of his couriers when I got out of
    the military and we had a good business relationship as well. It was nothing
    for us to talk for hours either in person or on the phone as a matter of fact
    he called me a few days before he passed and I am so glad he did. I loved my
    nephew Lloyd and will never forget him, and as for his wife,children and
    grandchildren I will tell you right now Uncle Vern will be there for you when
    I can if you need me.

  3. I am sorry your dear loved one fell asleep in death. My condolences to you all. Please take comfort in knowing that our heavenly Creator will soon remove all pain, sorrow, and death forever. May you be comforted by this promise as found in Revelation 21:3,4 as you gain the strength and inner peace to cope with the days ahead.

  4. One of the finest men I ever met. Great family man. Condolences to his family.He was a very unique person and the world would be a better place with men of his caliber.

  5. Love you so much dad. You were a great father and my hero! I know you will always be by my side, and I will see you again.

    Love, your little girl

  6. My thoughts are with you, Felicia, and Lexus. I know this has been a long tough battle for you. You have been a wonderful partner to him, and he showed the world that he loved you all very much.

  7. My thoughts and prayers are with you Tammy and family. He even showed his personality on FB with his loving sayings. I would like to have known him other than through FB. I could see how happy he and you were Tammy and that always lifted my spirits. God be with you.

  8. Tammy, Felicia & Lexus….We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time. Darrell, Erin, Hannah & Conner Rush

  9. Tammy and family..our hearts go out to you, our prayers for the celebration of this wonderful husband and father. Gods blessing on his Life and yours.
    Gary, Janice Halstead

  10. Tammy and family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this very sad and difficult time. Lloyd and your dad are watching over you all.

    — Lori Allen

  11. RIP Lloyd. What a great guy! I really enjoyed working with him. What a truly honest and hard working business owner. Prayers for Tammy and all of the family.

  12. We will miss you so much, you were a bright spark in our lives. RIP Lloyd we love you. Your Aunt Judy and Uncle Grizz

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