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Lloyd Charles Park

Lloyd Charles Park arrived with a bang on the July 3, 2023 to the parents of Brian Park and Lesley Raber-Park of Alzada, Montana.

The world wasn't ready for the little firecracker Baby Lloyd Charles was. He was often known as Squishy, Lil LC but mostly known as Smushy.

Smushy was a fighter. He spent a lot of time at the Children's Hospital overcoming all his medical battles. Including the discovery that he had very rare syndrome associated with Xia-Gibbs.

When Baby Lloyd came home, he continued to thrive. He grew into a chunky, happy, healthy baby who loved doing ranch chores and being loved on by his big brother. Smushy touched the lives of everyone. The love and support he received was known near and far. 

Lloyd Charles is survived by his parents Brian Park and Lesley Raber-Park of Alzada; Big brother RL; Grandfather Lloyd Raber of Alzada; grandparents Betsey and Charlie Park of Wallingford, Connecticut; aunt Kristen Farley (Justin Farley) of Palm Beach, Florida; aunt Katie Henderson (James Henderson) of Gaithersburg, Maryland; cousins Emme Dickey and Kaya Henderson and Whitney, Andrew and Emerson Farley.

He is preceded in death by his grandma Lorri Bunney and uncle Lincoln Raber.

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, March 2 at Black Hills Gospel Assembly in Belle Fourche, South Dakota at 1 p.m. Luncheon to follow.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Lloyd Charles Park at First Interstate Bank in Belle Fourche. 

An online guest book and video tribute is available at klinefuneralchapel.com.

 
 
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