10254 W. Carlton Bay | Garden City, ID 83714

Lloyd H. Ott August 26, 1922 - June 22, 2020

Lloyd was born on August 26, 1922 in Sparks, Nevada and passed away on June 22, 2020 of natural causes in a local care center. He was raised in Westwood, California. He was one of eight children born to the late Martin and Elizabeth Ott and was the faithful husband of the late Dorothy L. Ott for over 66 years.

Lloyd served in the United States Army Air Corp during WWII and achieved the rank of Sargent. He worked as a mechanic in the sugar factory in Rocky Ford, Colorado. He held many positions within the American Federation of Grain Millers, retiring as Vice President of Labor Relations in 1985. In his retirement, Lloyd enjoyed 12 years of maintaining the golf cart fleet at Shadow Valley Golf Course. In his free time, he loved fishing, golfing, and gardening. He was a long-time member of Hillview United Methodist Church.

Lloyd will forever be remembered by his beloved children; Fred (Pat), Jerre (Susie), Bob Ott, and Mary Beth LaVelle (Bob), treasured grandchildren Jennifer Glowienka, Jeff Ott, and Janalyn Christy; John Ott and Marti Anderson; Andrew and Tony Ott; in addition to several great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his sisters; Margaret Ott, Shirley Perkins, Dorothy Ensberry, and his brothers; Billy, Franklin, Martin, Walter; and daughter-in-law, Carmen Ott (Bob).

A private memorial service will be held. Lloyd’s final resting place will be at the Idaho State Veteran Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery (in memo note ”In memory of Lloyd Ott”).

Arrangements are pending under the direction of Bowman Funeral Parlor.

A private memorial service will be held.


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    Teresa Krueger says

    Ott family, may you all find peace within. Thinking of you all at this time of your loss.

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    Marilyn Koback says

    I wanted to reach out and offer my sympathy. I didn’t know Lloyd, or rather I only knew him through your mother. Dorothy was a dear friend from the YMCA. I still miss her.

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