We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Hansen Mortuary
Lloyd Fitterman passed away on September 11, 2022, at the Canyon’s Retirement Community in Twin Falls Idaho. He was born in New York on February 11, 1931, where he lived out his young life. He lived most of his life in Florida. He lived out the remaining 25 years in Idaho.
He was proceeded in death by his loving wife Gloria DiCesare Fitterman. His mother, Netti Greenberg, and his father, Abraham Fitterman. His brothers Sonny Fitterman, Alvin Fitterman, and his sisters Gilda Moroz and Bee Kemp.
He is survived by his brother Marvin Fitterman, nieces Sandra and Debbie Moroz. Son DR. William Stephen Fitterman and daughters, Cathleen Lee Andrews and Adalia Rose Ameen with her husband David Charles Ameen. Grandchildren Danielle Marie Fitterman, Emily Nicole Fitterman, Stephen Lloyd Fitterman, Megan Fitterman, Layne Michael Andrews, and Lauren Lee Fitterman with his wife Kandess Chanea Fitterman. Great Grand Children Gloria Rose Fitterman, Alexzander Lauren Fitterman, Celeste KayLynn Fitterman, Kylian Ameen Fitterman, Morgan Elizabeth May, Logan Patrick May. Great Great Grandchildren, Clayton Anthony Bybee. Special thanks to Danyale Gilligan for always being there.
He studied Hebrew Faith and Language at a very young age. He was awarded many medals for his time in the U. S. Marines, as a gunner during the Korean War. He was a Master Craftsman of Carpentry making cabinets, tables, Lucite furniture, and wood workings. He made a table for the Mayor of the City of Miami. He worked for the City of Miami many years until his retirement. He could read blueprints without any formal education for it and built model airplanes to scale as a hobby. He had one of his models displayed in the Miami International Airport.
He was a devoted, loyal, loving husband. He was a loving, playful, caring grandfather. His grandchildren were his pride and joy. He was very happy that he lived until the age of 91 to see them grow up. He was very proud of his son who became a doctor, and all of his accomplishments. He loved the staff at The Canyon's, where he was a resident of memory care during his final months. The family wishes to thank Jazmine, Madison, Allysa, Jessica, Courtney, Cambria, and Teresa. It would not be possible to have made it through that difficult time, without the care and compassion they showed him.
He was the hardest working, dependable man, who cared for his family dearly.