Honor or create a lasting memory for a loved one with a tribute gift to the Surfrider Foundation Palm Beach County Chapter.
Please fill out the form on Surfrider Foundation’s website to have your tribute posted in the national publication ‘Making Waves’ newsletter and then contact us with your information. All donations will go towards our Mission and we will be honored to pay tribute to your loved one.
Devin Lloyd : 1979 – 2013
Local surfer Devin Lloyd of Hypoluxo, FL, passed away Saturday, November 16, 2013. Devin was 34 years young. Devin was born and raised in the Royal Palm Beach Acreage area. He attended the local schools and graduated from Wellington High. If you wish to express your condolences his family has asked, in lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial contribution to the Surfrider Foundation – Palm Beach County Chapter in his name.
“hippie, rockstar, punk, teddy bear, surfer, skater, fishingman, friend, lover, heartbreaker, adventurous, thrill seeker, a joker, a smoker, a midnight toker, a wild one, a beach bum, a pirate, a player, a handyman, a scavenger, a teacher, a day tripper, a star gazer, blue runners, off roaders, getting stuck, golf carts with flat tires, curious, a poet , a man on the run, a dare devil, a free spirit, a flower child, an angel, jet skiing, four wheeling, sunset, mountain tops, costa rica…” Keeping you, your family and friends in our thoughts Devin.
Surfer To His Wave – by: Devin Michael Lloyd
Passionate energy suck thy up
Grasp me tightly within your clutch
Lips so thick
Could make one sick
Surround my body as I feel you spit
Don’t close me out for I will fight
Every ounce of energy
So again I see the light
Pumping and pushing to regain my speed
Suddenly cut back with such great force from thee
As I notice your face is reforming as in
I realize it’s inside that you will end
So, pumping and pushing with all my might
It is a race for your lip within my sight
Then it is where I will begin my flight
Soaring through the air like a bird on a warm night
I slowly descend upon this perfect right
I then decide to call it a night
And to draw myself away from those perfect rights
I can now sleep tight
Marco Musa : 1962 – 2010
Marco Musa, 48, of Highland Beach, FL passed away in his home on Wednesday, September 8, 2010. Born April 1, 1962 in Bloomington, IN, he was the son of Mark and Isabella Silva Musa. Marco attended Indiana University in Bloomington and held a successful entrepreneurial career in the optical industry. He touched thousands of lives through his work and inspired countless employees and co-workers to further their education and improve themselves. Marco was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying boating, kite-surfing, diving, spearfishing and more. But Marco’s greatest pleasure was spending time with his family. He adored his two sons and traveled the world with them. He was a loving husband, a loved and respected brother and son and a true friend to all who knew him. A private memorial service will be held for family members. If you wish to express your condolences, in lieu of flowers, please consider a memorial contribution to the Surfrider Foundation – Palm Beach County Chapter in the name of Marco Musa. Marco was greatly loved by his family and friends. He will be deeply missed and not ever forgotten.
Bill “The Pineapple Man” Dunn : 1960 – 2009
Bill Dunn was born December 24, 1960 and passed away last Friday night in a sudden accident he was almost 49. He is survived by his mother Gail Dunn and brother Greg. He had many close friends and made a life for himself living in the County Pocket behind the Nomad Surf Shop. Bill was a well known wedding photographer, carpenter, gardener, surfer and diver. He lived a simple life and most recently became known as “The Pineapple Man” because he liked to make wooden pineapples and give them away as gifts; the whole County Pocket is covered with them. His daily presence and friendly greetings will never be forgotten.
[Click to view photo of Bill surfing Briny Breezes]
A beach service is scheduled for 4pm Saturday, November 14th. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to the Surfrider Foundation Palm Beach County Chapter.
Paul Herbert “Herbie” Haines : 1953 – 2009
Beloved son, brother, uncle, nephew and cousin passed away quietly at his home in Tacoma, Washington. He is survived by his mother, Dorothy Haines Andrews, siblings, Barbara Haines Bliss, Martha Haines, Kathy Haines, Robert Haines, Susan Haines Brown, Karen Haines Dillman and Linda Bush Peters, his aunt, Patricia Scurlock, as well as numerous cousins, nephews, and grand-nieces. He is preceded in death by his father, Paul Navarre (Bud) Haines. A former member of the Southeast Surf Syndicate, Eastern Surfing Association, and a Fox Surf Team Member from its inception, he will be remembered for his exceptional style and camaraderie. Always cheerful, with kind words for all and generous to a fault, Herbie will be missed by not only his family, but by his many friends and associates. A memorial service will be held in Lake Worth, FL, at Del Lago Chapel, 131 South Lakeside Drive, August 8th at 2:00PM. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory to the Surfrider Foundation Palm Beach County Chapter.