Terry Lee Lloyd Sr.

Born: 12/25/1945 Passed:

Terry Lee Lloyd Sr. age 72, passed on July 13th, 2018 at home in New Franklin, Ohio at 1:26 pm with his loving wife by his side. Born December 25th, 1945 to James and Josephine Lloyd in Marion, Indiana, Terry was the oldest of four brothers and three sisters. He willingly served in the US Air Force. Terry’s first and most treasured love was music. He brought much joy through his love of music to many people for many years. He was a dedicated member of his church and a loving family man. He enjoyed serving and helping others however he could and could always be found with a warm smile and welcoming laugh.

He was preceded in death by his parents, sister Ginger, daughter Tina Marie, and Terry Jr.

He is succeeded in death by his sons Tim and Tom Gonthier, his loving wife Sandra, and their sons, James (Meghan), Daniel, Stephen (Amanda), and Timothy (Molly) Lloyd, his 13 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.

Services will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 735 N Revere Rd Akron, OH 44333, Saturday July 21st. Calling hours 10 am-11 am, service at 11 am. We would like to thank all the family and friends who have lovingly served him during his long illness. Condolences can be shared with the family at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society





3 Tributes to Terry Lee Lloyd Sr.

  1. Dave and Linda Zitzman says:

    We are blessed to have known Terry and experiences his warm smile, his kind humility and his amazing talent behind his guitar and voice. We send our love to his family and thank you for sharing him with all of us. We know he lives on and we can see him again.

    With love, Dave and Linda Zitzman

  2. Judith Porter says:

    Terry will be missed by many. Such a giant in times of turmoil.
    We never heard a real complaint or unkind word through all his
    trials. His smile was contagious and the genuine love of the Lord
    and all his friends was evident. His rendition of ‘Mary, Did You Know?’
    always brought tears to my heart. Terry will be busy encouraging
    others and sending out his sweetness as he did here.

  3. Jim Vallen says:

    Terry was a true friend of mine and my family and will be greatly missed. My memories of him and our experiences with forever be hallowed and cherished and I do look forward to once again seeing his warming smile and enjoy of his exuberant personality.

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