My thoughts are very much with Lloyds family right now. A chap I’ve know since the day he was born. Although we hung out at St Aidens as little ‘uns, and a few trips to Wetherby in the early months of living there, We only picked our friendship back up via Facebook a few years ago. Lloyd was a man passionate about many things, his wife, girls, family, trainers, football, golf, cricket. I hope all in the right order. His illness came as a shock to everyone but boy did he fight like a hero, an inspiration, a legend ❤️ You will be so missed, no none expected the day to come so soon. Fly high Lloyd, you were one of life’s decent men, a LOT of people are going to miss you 💙💙💙
September 25th, 2020
Tina - you must be immensely proud Lloyd - your lovely husband - touched the world and how he handled himself. He was a proper friend to many. But before we all go too far on his greatness - lets be clear on what we are not going to miss:
No more shocking fashion disasters.
No more Nike trainers to snigger at.
No more rubbish music to listen to.
No more having the rise taken out of you.
No more pub quizzes to wonder if Lloyd ever went to school.
No more wondering when Lola would ask what FTM means.
But what a man. x
September 24th, 2020
Thank you for setting up this special memorial to Lloyd.
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