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L. Neil Loveridge born November 8, 1931 led a full and active life. He completed his path in life May 5, 2019 and is now with his son, brother and parents that went before him.
Always remembered for his humor and that twinkle in his eye, he lived to be of service to others.
Atomic Age Strategic Jet Pilot, San Francisco milkman, Family Dentist, American College of Dentists and Regent for the International College of Dentists, and Speaker of the House for the California Dental Association, Eagle Scout, Sea Scout, Council Commissioner for the Boy Scouts of America, Silver Beaver Service Award recipient, Charter member of the Carmichael Kiwanis Club. He was a lifelong active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
He never had an unkind word to say about others and his giving to others through service and love was his brightest beacon.
Amazing father of 3, Loving Husband, friend to all he met and truly a giving person. It makes no difference if we call him Friend, Husband, Father, Grandfather or Great Grandfather, we all love him, admire him and are proud to have been a part of his life. He changed each of us forever and we will hold him in our hearts, memories, and actions. His legacy shall live on.
Neil, thanks for being such rare gift to all.
He is survived by his Wife-Bobbie, Children-Perry and wife Sari, Lisa and Husband Scott,
Grandchildren- Spencer, Tyler, Zachary, Shannon, Carson and Hunter.
Great Grandchildren -Grace and Penelope.
Friends are welcome for visitation on Thursday May 9, 2019 from 4-7 pm at Price Funeral Chapel (6335 Sunrise Blvd. Citrus Heights, CA) and are invited to attend services Friday May 10, 2019 10 AM at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (4252 Garfield Ave. Carmichael, CA)
Interment at Fair Oaks Cemetery
In Lieu of Flowers, Neil humbly asks you to consider a donation to the Smiles for Kids programs, providing visiting dentists in schools for general oral examinations and care. It was his final service project for others, impacting hundreds of children who may not have the ability to seek regular dental care.