Frank Lowell Lloyd, Jr., 74, passed away on Friday, June 4th at UNC Rockingham Health Care in Eden.
A Funeral Service will be held Monday, June 7th at 11:00am in the Fair Funeral Home Chapel with Full Military Rites by the US Army Honor Guard and the Rockingham County Military Honor Guard to follow service. Burial will follow at Fork Baptist Church Cemetery in Scottsburg, VA. A visitation will be held at Fair Funeral Home on Sunday, June 6th, from 5 – 7 pm.
Born February 4, 1947 in Clover, Va., Frank was the son of the late Frank L. Lloyd, Sr. and Magdalene Throckmorton Lloyd. Frank was a U.S. Army Veteran and a Vietnam Veteran. He formerly worked at Heilig-Meyers Furniture Company and later retired from Schewels Furniture Company as manager. Frank was a member of Osborne Baptist Church. He loved the outdoors, doing yard work, riding his motorcycle and spending time with family.
Mr. Lloyd is survived by his wife, Jane B. Lloyd, son Bruce Lloyd and wife Meleah, daughter Blair Lloyd Barker and husband John, and four grandchildren, Shayna Janice Lloyd, Dylan Samuel Barker, Collin Nathaniel Barker and William Lowell Barker all of Eden.
Online condolences may be offered to the family at www.fairfuneralhome.com
Bruce and all the family. We are extremely sorry to learn of the passing of your father. We know how difficult it is to lose your father. Just know you are in our thoughts and prayers at this time. Condolences, love and deepest sympathy to all the family.
Susan & Louis Childrey
My condolences to Jane and family. I know what you are going through, as you know I loss Barbara 4 months ago. Frank and I were in the same grade in high school. Barbara was in the same grade with Jane.
I really got to know Frank and became very close friends when we were drafted into the Army at the same time along with several Halifax County boys. We were sent to Fort Riley Kansas for basic training and advance training. Frank and I were in the same unit.
From Kansas we were sent to Vietnam by a troop transport ship. We were in the same unit in Vietnam, Co. A. 9 Avn Bn. 9th Infantry Division. War time veterans become very close. You have an unspoken bond. I will miss Frank dearly.
SP4 Glenn P. Nunn
Bruce and all the family,sorry to hear of your father passing.We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers during this time. Archie & Debbie
Prayers for your families.
Dear Jane and Family
We are so very sorry for your loss. We loved being around you and Frank. He was so happy, friendly and pleasant every time we saw him.
We are so glad to have had him in our lives if only for a seemingly short time. God Bless you Jane and your Family as you mourn the loss of Frank. Heaven has a new Angel. God bless you with love and blessings, Jim and Faye
Jim and Faye Harrell
So sorry to hear of your loss! Our prayers are with Bruce & family!
Jane & Family: keeping you all in my prayers. So sorry to hear about Frank. May our Father grant you His peace!
Susan S Long
Jane, I'm so sorry for your loss. I didn't know Frank very well, but I was always impressed by him and I knew that he was a very good man. I'll keep you in my thoughts.
Glenda Gallimore Kallam
With deepest sympathy to the family . Our thoughts are with each of you Joy and Jack Satterfield
Joy and Jack Satterfield
Jane and family,
Thinking of you and keeping you in prayer at this difficult time. May God comfort you in the days ahead.
Dear Bruce, Jane & Family, I will always remember Mr. Frank Lloyd Jr. the good talks and conversations we had, Frank was always very kind & easy going. Many good memories, when i visited Bruce so long ago when we were growing up!! I still remember the big German Shepard that lived down the street. May God Be With You, In This Difficult Time!!
My heart goes out to you for the loss of a good husband , father and devoted servant to our Lord. I know he leaves a void in your life but praise God for the memories you are able to cling to.
Love and prayers from George and Denise Fisher.
I haven't seen Frank in forever, but I have never forgotten him. What a genuine follower of Christ, and what an impact he made on my walk with the Lord. I'm so thankful to have known him, and so thankful for what he has in Christ today!
So sorry for you loss. We are praying for you. God bless you.
Noel & Sandra Brooks & Family
It was about 20 years ago, when he worked at the furniture store in Meadowgreens Center. It was a couple of weeks, before Christmas. A lady went in to make a payment on some furniture. She had gone to the bank to get some money for Christmas. Frank left the store to go to lunch and found an envelope with $500 in it, in the parking lot. He brought it to me at the police department. I ran some ads and allI can say, a lot of people lost money that day. One lady said she had gone the furniture store in MG, to make a payment and from there she didn't have it anymore. She described the amount of money in the envelope. Because of Frank's integrity, her family was able to have Christmas. Praise God for people like Frank Lloyd.
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