“What a great guy. I was a new guy at DEA in Dallas in 1977 and I was teamed up with Lloyd to work a major drug case. We flew to New York City together to meet with a Federal prosecutor in Manhattan. We were taken by the New York City DEA agents to an outstanding Italian restaurant in New Jersey. It was a privilege to work with such a talented and classy guy!
“Lloyd will be greatly missed. I always enjoyed and looked forward to seeing Lloyd every year as he told me stories about his travels with his wife and always brought in his dog to say hello. A really nice man with a great sense of humor. This really saddens me and he will be missed! A real gentleman! Linda and Barry Goldstein
“I could not have been more blessed with Lloyd's presence in my life. As an employee at JIATF-West he was a source of information and guidance. He and Lynne were always there to help or answer questions. During my deployment to Pakistan Lloyd was able to visit and I remember laughing as he was purchasing "things" for Lynne. Lloyd truly was a wonderful human being who never hesitated to help where he could. I will treasure the blessing of his presence in my life and he will be...
“Lloyd was my first DEA Supervisor when I hired on in 1984 at the Grand Rapids, Mi Office. What a great human being. Great sense of humor, helpful, and interested in making the world a better place for all. We all miss you Lloyd, and the great man you were.
“I'll always remember the days at BPD, working with Lloyd, especially during the riots. He was fun, serious and great to have by your side. It was an honor to work with you at Berkeley and in DEA, and to have you as a friend. God rest your soul Lloyd. Paul Wallace
“I never met Lloyd but wish I had. Over the years with DEA I have heard nothing but good things. You were admired by all. God Bless to you and your family.
“Always a gentleman, always a good word, always a laugh, always to be remembered with a smile. A life of service, well-lived, and well-loved. We will miss our brother and will think good thoughts for his family in these hard times. Rest in peace, brother.
“Thanks for the friendship. The early years were full of fun and hard work. I enjoyed our times together and will think of you often... God Bless
“Lloyd will always be missed. We enjoyed having him row with the North Bay Vikings for many years. He was a wonderful world traveler and shared his experiences with us.
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Lloyd Nichols Clifton July 22, 1942 - May 8, 2013 Resident of Hayward Lloyd Nichols Clifton, aged 70, of Hayward, CA, passed away surrounded by family after a lengthy and dignified struggle with pancreatic cancer. He was born in Vallejo CA and graduated from Brigham Young University. Lloyd's...Read More