Lloyd Yingling

June 17, 1927 - October 21, 2014
Lloyd Yingling

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Lloyd Yingling, 87, of Hendersonville, died Tuesday, October 21, at the Laurels of Hendersonville. A native of Ravenna, OH, he served in the U.S. Army Medical Corps in the Pacific theater during WWII. Following his discharge from the armed services, he moved to Takoma Park, MD. For a time he was self-employed in residential construction. He then spent the majority of his career working for a masonry contractor in residential and commercial construction, retiring as foreman. He had been a longtime member of Silver Spring Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Maryland. His volunteer mission service through the church took him around the world and spanned many decades. He and his wife moved to Henderson County in 2004 and joined the Mills River Seventh-Day Adventist Church. They served our community through the Hendersonville Council on Aging Meals on Wheels program.

Mr. Yingling is survived by his wife of 56 years, Charlotte Yingling; two children, Britt Yingling and his wife Lori of Silver Spring, MD and Amy Brady of Fletcher and four grandchildren, Alison Cavazos, Kaitlin Yingling, Christopher Stanley and Benjamin Stanley.

A memorial service will be held at Mills River Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Mills River North Carolina on Saturday, November 8 at 4 PM

. http://www.millsriveradventist.org/

Memorial contributions may be made to the Mills River Seventh-Day Adventist Church “Lloyd Yingling Memorial Pathfinder Fund”.


Saturday, November 8, 2014
12:00 AM

Mills River Seventh-day Adventist Church - Directions
2142 Jeffress Road
Mills River, NC 28759

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  • October 30, 2014
    Walt and Ruth Parish says:
    We are truly saddened at the passing of this faithful warrior of God. He loved his Church and family and served both until Jesus closed his eyes. They will again be opened by his Savior when he returns. What a day of rejoicing that will be for all!

  • October 30, 2014
    Connie Anderson says:
    So very sorry to hear of Lloyd's passing. I remember meeting him when I was on a mission trip in 1982, he was part of the reason the trip was run well and fun! He had a great disposition and wonderful smile! I'm terrible with names and yet I never forgot his :) To all who held him near and dear, my deepest sympathies.

  • November 01, 2014
    Linda Johnston says:
    Tears came to my eyes when I looked at the pictures of Lloyd. We have lost a huge heart

  • November 03, 2014
    Ercille Warner says:
    Dear Charlotte: Words cannot express the sorrow that I felt when I learned of Lloyd's passing. From my last conversation with you, I know that you spent countless hours at his bedside every day. I realize that this is a very difficult period for you, for you have sustained a great loss. Lloyd was a very devout christian; he was devoted to his family, but most of all, he was a true friend and he will be missed by all who knew and loved him. I remember my many conversations with him -- both in person and on the phone -- about the various mission trips that you both took and the joy that this brought you. I can remember, too, the very last Sabbath afternoon that I spoke to Lloyd before he took sick. It was a short conversation, but it was a very pleasant conversation. During this time, just like he did on other occasions, he expressed his love for the Silver Spring church. I will always remember Lloyd and his kindness to me when he was at Silver Spring. Lloyd's work on earth has ended; I can truly say that he fought the good fight as a servant of God. May God comfort you during this very difficult period of your life. We await the Second Advent, where we will be reunited with our loved ones who have been separated from us. He sleeps in Jesus.

  • July 28, 2022
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