809 La Clede Street, Bellmead, TX 76705

Lloyd Arthur Workman
July 29, 1956 - January 2, 2021

Lloyd Arthur Workman

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With deepest sorrow, we announce that Lloyd Arthur Workman (Skip), age 64, passed suddenly on Saturday 1/2/2021 while in the hospital. Skip was a most beloved son, brother, uncle, and friend.

Those who knew Skip will surely miss the friendly banter and quick wit he brought to into their lives.

Skip was a Deaf-Student interpreter for Sign of the Times where he gave a voice to the unheard and ears to those who cannot hear. Even in death Skip will likely save many lives as he chose to selflessly opt donate his organs.

He also had a deep love for his family & friends, campfires, and road trips. He loved a gathering of any kind and always wanted to be a part of the party. He loved music, especially guitars of all kinds and was a part of many local groups in the area over his years.

Skip will be missed every day by his Father, Don and his wife Billie, his brother Mikel, sister-in-law Linnette, former wife Debi, niece Tianna, nephew Terry and their spouses Cash and Brittany, respectively. As well as his great niece and nephews Cayne, Frank, and Hazel whom he loved as though they were his grandchildren.

Skip will be welcomed with open arms by his mom, Patricia Workman, as well has his grandparents.

A memorial service to celebrate Skip's life will be planned for later in the summer when it is a safer atmosphere to gather en masse.

For those who wish, in lieu of flowers, Skip's family would appreciate donations to Sign of the Times to provide supplies to a hearing-impaired student in need. Please send donations in Skip's honor to Darlene at PO Box 5247, Waco TX, 76708


  1. Sara (Knudtson) Mitchell
    Donald and Family, I was saddened to hear of Skippy's passing. I am so sorry for you loss. I had not seen Skippy for years, but remember him well. It sounds like he lived a good, giving and meaningful life Luckily my daughter, Sheridan got to meet him a couple years ago. You all have been in my thoughts.
  2. Tony Dudik
    What a staggering loss. He was a most excellent colleague and friend.
  3. Geof & Kathy Schwer
    We've known Skippy since he was a young boy. He is one of the sweetest, kindest, most caring people we have ever known. We loved being his presence and getting chances to visit with him. Skippy, you will be missed by all who knew you. Prayers and much love to the Workman family. ❤️
  4. John Kemp
    Skip never forgot to call or text me on my birthday. I will miss him and his calls, and I will always remember his kind spirit.
  5. Gary Thelin/Deisy Thelin
    To our loved and unforgettable friend, whom we will miss very much.
  6. Debi Harkins
    RIP Skip, you will be missed .
  7. Rick Morrow aka Hawke
    What a long strange trip it's been. Love ya brother.
  8. Jeff Norrmandin
    My heart goes out to all the family and friends.
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