Loyd Rayford Doughty
September 1, 1944  -  March 21, 2018

Loyd Rayford Doughty


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Graveside
Woodbine Cemetery
200 E. Hermosa Ave.
Artesia, NM  88210
Thursday, March 29, 2018
1:00 p.m.
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Graveside services are scheduled for 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 29 at Woodbine Cemetery for Loyd Rayford Doughty of Artesia, New Mexico.

Mr. Doughty, 73, passed away on March 21, 2018 at his home.

Loyd was born on September 1, 1944 in Lovington, N.M. ; the son of Floyd and Gladys (Staggs) Doughty.

He was a welder and pipe fitter and owned and operated Doughty Construction. He was a member of the local 412 Union for 50 years. He enjoyed trap shooting, having coffee with his friends, computer games, following the stock market and playing cards and board games with his family.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Survivors include his daughters Deborah Lynne Lucy of Gillette, W.Y. and Jacque Naylor of Artesia; grandchildren Joshua S. Lucy, Meghann M. Lucy and Breanne Naylor.


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  1. Ricky and Sherrie Britain
    Artesia, NM

    Just heard about Loyds passing. Our sincere sympathy to his family. Rest In Peace Loyd

  2. Rebecca McGuyer
    Idaho Falls, ID

    I love this photo of Uncle Lloyd. I hope he is smiling like this again.

  3. Serena Bates Fernau
    Show Low, AZ

    My sincere sympathy with the family of Loyd. Just in ways,it was just yesterday that he was jumping into his desk in high school. May God comfort his family.

  4. vickie udell
    Lawton, OK

    Rest in Peace Loyd

  5. Glenn Waller
    , NM

    Sorry for your loss, he was a good friend.

  6. Corina Briseno
    Artesia, NM

    Prayers for you and your family.

  7. Janis Durham
    Bend, OR

    Debbie and Jacque, so sorry for your loss. Knew your dad since high school. Prayers lifted up for your peace and comfort at this sad time. Janis

  8. Don Scarbrough
    Artesia, NM

    So sorry to learn of the passing of my classmate and lifelong friend, Loyd Doughty, he was the first friend and playmate I had when we moved to Artesia. His passing shall leave a hole in the hearts of a lot of people.

  9. Curtis & KAYE Teel
    Artesia, NM

    Our sincere condolences.

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