Reed Lloyd
Reed LLOYD Beloved husband, father, brother and friend, Reed died suddenly June 1,2003 after complications from a motorcycle accident. He was the rock that held our families together; we will miss him greatly. He was the most quietly decent, generous, honorable man that we will have the privilege of knowing. He could fix anything, and we always expected him to remain in that position in all of our lives. His Harry Truman-esque humor, eternal boyish good looks and ability to laugh at himself will be sorely missed. Reed was born September 28, 1942 in Malad, Idaho, the youngest of three boys to Elmer and Orilla Lloyd. He graduated from Brigham Young University in 1968 and was active in the Seattle banking community , most recently with The Commerce Bank. His tender love of his family, common sense, and quiet dignity will be examples for us to follow. Reed is survived by his wife, Melinda, his sons Chris (Rebecca) and Ryan (Jessie), his grandson Andrew, and his brothers Eldon (Mary Kay) and Ross (Alice). Memorial Services were held June 5 at the L.D.S. Church in Mercer Island.
Published by The Seattle Times on Jun. 5, 2003.
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Saddened to learn of Reeds demise. He was an aquintance, while on mission in Northern Ireland in the 60s. I remember him well and he has always rated highly in my estimation.
Reed was exactly the person described in his obituary. Kind helpful, sensible with a unique sense of humour.
My condolence to his wife and family. Yours is , indeed, a great loss.
In conclusion, it was a privilege to have known him. Rest well my friend.
Kay Connell
December 15, 2017
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