Lloyd Gene Seal

November 20, 1974 - July 8, 2023

11/20/1974 - 07/08/2023

Lloyd Gene Seal was Born November 20th, 1974 in Houston, TX, and was returned back to God July 8th, 2023. Lloyd moved to Hendersonville, NC in 2000 but he was always a proud Texan at heart. He graduated as Class President from LaPorte High School Class of 1993 before he followed his passion in the restaurant business.  He was a loving and proud Father, Son, Brother, Uncle, Cousin, and loyal friend.


Those that knew Lloyd knew that what he loved most in this world was being a daddy to Chloe who was everything to him. He also was a hard worker and always had a passion to be the best at anything he put his mind to. He built up everyone that worked for him and instilled values and ethics that they could take with them for the rest of their lives. Lloyd also loved Texas Longhorn Football, Cooking (especially grilling), dancing, golf, and spending time with his family and friends. He never met a stranger and would make friends anywhere he went and would most likely invite them to dinner so he could cook for them! He always said the way you show love, appreciation, and support is by keeping their belly full of good food.


He is survived by his beautiful daughter Chloe Seal or as he called her (Punky Nose) his loving, caring mom who was his rock and his biggest cheerleader that has always been there for him Wanda Tevay, his father Lloyd Seal, his little sister which he absolutely adored Amanda Lesczynski (Jason), Stephanie Pickett (Stacy) Bobbi Tevay (Edward) and brother Robert Tevay. He is also survived by many Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, Nieces and Nephews, and many many friends.


The world will miss the energy, friendship, and love that was given. As an alternative to sending flowers those wishing to honor his memory are asked to make a memorial donation to his daughter Chloe’s college fund.

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Melinda Monroe Brock
2 months ago

Lloyd and I met my sophomore year, I saw a guy whose whole universe had imploded. When everyone had alienated him, in what should’ve been the best year of his life, up until then, his senior year. I saw an opportunity to just show him the love that I knew our Heavenly Father had for him. Show up and be his friend. In time he recovered and put the pieces of his life back together. The tears faded (mine and his) and that fantastic smile returned! I remember being so impressed when he told me (then working at Sonic) he wanted to own his own one day. He said it with such clarity and determination i immediately knew he would. It’s been a pleasure and a privilege to see all the accomplishments he had in his life, both business and personal (his wedding and perhaps his greatest achievement, his daughter). But I think what I’m most proud of was his Love for Christ, and his willingness to share his love with others. His ability to reach the unreachable, I think that’s what impressed me most. That’s a legacy you as his family can be proud of.

Melinda Pulido
2 months ago

So sorry to hear about Lloyd’s passing…he was always nice to me…I went to Junior high and High school with him…also was in choir with him…keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers…

Melinda Pulido

Cookie Ormand
2 months ago

Wanda, I am so sorry 😥 please keep in touch my friend. My prayers for peace and comfort for you and your family 🙏 💔

Michelle Monroe Fruge’
2 months ago

I have very fond memories of Lloyd as we were in choir together, and friends in high school. He was a lot of fun, had a great smile, and was always super kind to me ,and I appreciated that. I was very sorry to hear of his passing, and I am praying for all of you. I wish I could do more.

Lois Walker
2 months ago

So sorry to hear this news. Lloyd was always so nice and kind to me, and was especially loved by our Miss Helen. Definitely a good cook! Love and prayers to the family.

Kathi Oscai
2 months ago

I am so sad to hear of Lloyd’s passing. He always made me happy when I saw him. I loved his personality and enthusiasm and strength. He will be greatly missed.

Denise Pate
2 months ago

I am so sorry to hear of Lloyds passing. He was such a sweetheart.
I love this whole family!!! Prayers for each of you.

Stephen Stanford
2 months ago

I’ll miss you Uncle Lloyd

Stephanie Pickett
2 months ago

I will miss you brother. Fly high with your nephew, Blake Ryan Stanford and great nephews Tanner and Myles Stanford. I really enjoyed our recent talks and forever will cherish them. I love with all my heart brother.

Alton Connor
2 months ago

I doubt that you remember me, I used to be site manager at Cedar Bluffs.
I am so sorry to read of the passing of your son. I send my heartfelt thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy to you and your family. I remember that he was having health issues while I was there at CB.
Please take care!
Alton Connor