A LOVING Heart and a quicksmile, Lloyd, was a dear man...Loved by many! Dale abd Darrell Pifer...
We remember Lloyed with a smile and always ready to help and serve his guest. He had so many interesting stories to tell. He truely loved his family and spoke well of them. We felt he was truely our friend.May God bless you and your famly,and you are in our thoughts and prayers from the Tijerina family
Lloyd was one of the funniest characters I've come across in some time. His quiet humor brought a light air to any situation and his wealth of wisdom will surely live on in the lives of all he encountered. God rest his soul.
I will surely miss Uncle Lloyd always known tome as Uncle Bud. He was always smiling everytime I saw him. I remember riding the horses at the farm on weekends. I love him and he will be missed.
I will always remember uncle Loyd growing up sitting at his farm on a cold day around the wood stove with my grandpa and uncle Loyd when it was to cold to be outside
Every time I saw him he would always say to me "how are you young fellar".
Back in 2007 I turned on the tv and was watching the parade in downtown OKC for the 100 year of Oklahoma statehood and when I turned on the tv I saw uncle Loyd on tv driving James garner through the parade in one of his antique cars I thought that was the neatest things
Lloyd was a mechanical genius and a man of great quality. We are fortunate to have known him. He leaves a void that no one can fill.
We will surely miss Lloyd.
We have lost an American hero. A man who as a teenager was fighting the Nazi's and the rest of the Axis powers. A man who was my Uncle, whom I love and I will miss. Another member of the Greatest Generation who now belongs to the ages.
My uncle Lloyd was the identical twin of my father Floyd. They were two of a kind. I will miss him greatly. He was the last of the 3 children, Lloyd, Floyd, and Mary Jane. The end of an era for me, and the Elliott Family.