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October 9, 1930 - April 5, 2021
Service Information Mount Sinai Simi Valley - Kamenir Chapel
Service Date: Friday April 9th, 2021
Service Time: 3:00 pm
Mount Sinai Simi Valley - Kamenir Chapel
6150 Mount Sinai Drive
Simi Valley, CA 93063
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April 9, 2021
Bob and I met Lloyd and Phyllis over 40 years ago at a Marriage Encounter weekend. We formed an instant, deep and long lasting bond. It continued through our study group/havurah at Brandeis-Bardin Institute in Simi Valley. Over the years We celebrated Life's Milestones with our parents and children; laughed and cried together through all of Life's problems; shared countless movies and plays along with breakfasts, lunches and dinners. All this time we were only a phone call away to support each other. This friendship is unique in our lives, one of a kind. Bob and Lloyd are now together in Heaven, and Phyllis and I have our cherished memories to warm our hearts. Until we meet again, Lloyd, I'm sending you my love, Sandy.
April 8, 2021
I will always remember Lloyd as a warm, kind man of many interests. When I was a kid visiting family, he'd always inquire with genuine interest on how I was and what I'd been doing. When I was older, I could always count on having interesting discussions with him on current political events and what we'd each been reading. I wish I'd had more familiarity with jazz, because he was a fount of information on that topic and I would have learned a lot. Lloyd was also great about helping out my mother when she had limited mobility and was a nearby resident at the JHA. I know how much she/we appreciated his assistance getting her to an offsite doctor or supplying a need from the outside world. Lloyd was a standup guy and he will be missed!
April 8, 2021
In any difficult or challenging moment, Lloyd's deepest instinct was always to do the right thing, the kind thing, the thing that best served the needs of others. Lloyd was wonderful with people who were much younger. As his nephew, I know that he never talked down to, or lectured young people, Lloyd was a great role model because he was interested in everything and had great insights on politics, baseball, art and theater. He was a wonderful addition to any social gathering, because he could thoughtfully discuss anything that others wanted to talk about. Lloyd was never loud or flashy, but he never wanted to be. He just quietly focused on doing what had to be done. In a world full of lies, alternative facts and half-truths, Lloyd Greenwald was the genuine article, the real thing. If only there were more men like him! Dick Levinson