Lloyd blessed all whom he met and my family is no exception. Uncle Lloyd, thanks for helping and loving our family so much. It goes without saying, what a great man and influence and formatting to the history of Fort Myers, FL. You are dearly missed. Great Blessing to Jody, at this gave time.
Love Dee Ann Spencer Ruth and family
Lloyd made this world a better place to live God gave him the knowledge to help others and share his compassion and generousity. He set a wonderful example for others. His kindness will always be remembered. Thank you, Lloyd, for being the man that you were.My prayers for your family. Ethel Counselman Hicks & Virginia King Payne
About 1948 when I saw a photo of Lloyd in his white Naval uniform, I asked my friend "Who is that?" He was beautiful. She said that he was engaged to a girl in Ohio. We both moaned and laughed, and discoverd later that Jody was quite a catch. Wonderful for Fort Myers to have had 2 such treasures. Sad to realize that for a time, their partnership has ended.
Lloyd was a great man. I went to college because he gave me a scholarship to start Edison Community College. He will be greatly missed. I remember riding my horse past his house while he was out on the front porch. Great memories....
So sorry to hear of such a great loss,Mr.Hendry was truly A Great Man he was a very loving nice guy I remember growing up as his neighbor and he was always very nice to me and a great neighbor to have.My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.God Bless he will be missed..With Love,Nita Gould-Louise Flint's Grandaughter
We are fortunate to have known you and your family.
Jane Williams Peters and Brian E. Peters
Jane is Hilda Williams' daughter
Mr. Hendry was deeply respected. His lifelong service to the community has touched many of us. Condolences to the family.
I first met Lloyd in the early sixties when he represented some property owners that were being displaced by a four-lane highway project south of Fort Myers. I was later delighted to find that we were related via my Great Aunt Nell Gould. I attended the Annual Hendry Family Reunion one year and thoroughly enjoyed it. I appreciated and respected Lloyd before I knew there was a family link. It was a privilege just to know him.
My kindest regards,
Our deepest respect and condolences to the Hendry family. Lloyd and Jody, Peach and Ken have all been wonderful neighbors and friends going on 30 years. Your family has always offered to help in many ways in our neighborhood and personal lives. We loved how Lloyd and Jody offered so much for kids at Easter and for the Scouts, providing safe fun for many large groups, those needing extra love and attention, and those experiencing camping out at night away from home and celebrating their youth and accomplishments. Lloyd even helped me once with finding my grandchildren's little Pomeranian that had gotten lost while I was dog-sitting during their vacation. He walked with me over hill and dale, drove me all over his property, checking the riverbanks, calling, whistling, as anxious as I was during the night's rain - trying to encourage me that together we would find it. This renowned man, a deep part of this town's founding, out helping just a neighbor find a little child's pup. We almost cried together the next morning when he was found in Peach's yard, tiny thing drenched, shivering, disoriented. What a wonderful compassionate man indeed! He always went that extra mile for others. God bless, he will be truly missed. Larry & Chiquita
Please accept our deepest sympathies.
Our sympathy in the loss of husband, father, grandfather, friend. We fondly remember Lloyd from our service at First United Methodist Church of Fort Myers. God bless you.
I was greatly saddened to read of Mr. Hendry's death. I first met him one day with my dad when I was in college in the mid 1960s. He was my parent's attorney. To this day, I can recall how "nice" this man was to me on the first day I met him. He never changed over the next 45 years. Every time that I saw him again, he was as warm and friendly as he was at that first introduction. I, personally, do not know his daughter too well, but my wife of 44 years, Annette, who died last January 11, worked with Peach for many years in the community and always spoke well of her. However, I know Mr. Hendry's son Hank quiet well and he is definitely a "chip off his father's block". I am sure that Hank will carry on his dad's kind and friendly ways as we all move forward. Having just gone through a personal, family death, I know how it feels to lose someone that has been an intricate part of your life for such a long time. My heart hurts for Mrs. Hendry, Peach, Hank, their children and all of the other Hendrys. A very warm and wonderful man has died.