Lloyd Arviso

Lloyd George Arviso passed away in the comfort of his home alongside his Love Evelia after a lengthy illness. He was an army vet who served his country proudly and would go on to receive three medals. Lloyd was a tribal member of the Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians. Lloyd worked at Pechanga where he would meet his Love Evelia. They would later find a beautiful home in Hemet, go on to retire, and become a surrogate husband, father, and grandfather. He was a giving man, always thought of others, and used his heart to shower affection and love on his new family and in return, he would be loved back. Lloyd loved his pets, having conversations with his brother Butch and taking Sunday cruises with his little family. Lloyd is survived by his Love of 16 years, Evelia Luna of Hemet, CA; sons, Antonio Luna of Homeland, CA; Eloy Luna of Quail Valley, CA; Misael Luna of Hemet, CA; Daughter, Teresa Bray of Lake Elsinore, CA; Brother, Rodney “Butch” Arviso of Fairfield, CA; grandkids Destiny, Alexis, Ezikel, Joseph, Leila, Johnny, Adrian, Aiden, Bella, Gavin, Kya and many friends and relatives. Into the hands of the Lord he goes and we rejoice and reflect in the blessing that was given to us in the time we had Lloyd with us.

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