etirement in 2000. He always liked working the second shift. During the daytime hours he would look after his sons while Marge worked. On many mornings he would take his sons to Butterfields Bakery, Al Mauer's Auto Shop, and other coffee and donut shops where he could enjoy talking to farmers and other locals. For part time work he had a small dump truck and would haul gravel and fill dirt to local farmers who never had a shortage of muddy lanes or other places that needed some filling in. In recent spring planting busy times he would drive a fertilizer truck for Sweetland Ag Tech. He also built small A-frame hog houses for farmers in need. Some of his favorite activities included going antiquing. He like finding small brass items such as blow torches, hanging scales and oil cans that he could polish and put on display. He would use a small magnet he kept in his pocket to tell that it was real brass. He also enjoyed finding antique toys and going to toy shows on almost any given weekend. Collecting and finding toy tractors and in particular Peter Marr toys like he had when he was a kid were some of his favorites. Floyd also like seeing and occasionally tinkering with antique gas engines, and the Midwest Old Threshers and other antique farm tractor shows were often attended. He was handy as a small project woodworker, making small projects such as outdoor furniture, bird houses, and turning wooden pens where often what he was up to. Winter months in recent years were spent doing jigsaw puzzles. He spent many hours on many days sometimes till late at night assembling them. His sons could count on having their dad help them with a fix it up or construction project at their homes after moving out on their own. It was often known well ahead of a visit what Dad was needed to help on. Floyd loved his wife and sons very much and always had time for them. His passing surprised us and we will miss our husband and dad. Those left to honor his memory include his wife, Marguerite Chambliss of Wilton; two sons, Warren Chambliss and wife, Libby, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Curtis Chambliss and wife, Jamie, and their son, Noah, all of San Jose, California; many nieces and nephews, many of whom lived in and around Eastern Iowa; and his cat, Johnny. He was preceded in death by his parents, and two brothers, Gerald and Lester Chambliss.