George Rex Lloyd

August 16, 1954 - August 20, 2018
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George Rex Lloyd, age 64, of Port Deposit, MD passed away peacefully on August 20, 2018 aboard the Carnival Pride Cruise Ship. Born on August 16, 1954 in Torrance, CA, he was the son of the late Julius and Letha (Thompson) Lloyd. George served his country proudly in the US Army for 8 years duringContinue Reading

Charles Sherrill left a message on September 8, 2018:
My Deepest Condolence to Judy and the family.
I first meet George at Ft. Wainwright Alaska where he became the housing Chief. We bonded immediately, two old country boys who loved the outdoors. I was known somewhat as the resident expert on hunting and fishing. After he got his feet on the ground as we like to say it was off to our favorite fishing spots. Kenia river, Anchor river, Russian river, Kasilof river. Mind you we would travel 600 miles one way for a weekend of fishing. He was very competed always trying to beat the old man, I taught him some of the secrets of success but no everything. I remember the first time I took him to Chitina for dip netting in the Copper river. He thought we were crazy standing out in the cold fast running water waiting for the fish to swim into your net. It didn't take him long to catch on.
Our hunting trips was always enjoyable, whether it was for birds, Caribou, Moose we always had meat for the winter. George was a great cook and he would let you know it! There were many 40-50 below zero days we would grill meat on the deck.
George was a great man and my friend who has left a wonderful Legacy behind. He was larger than life and he lived it to the fullest. He would always keep you laughing with his endless jokes and stories. He would always ask about my children and how were they doing especially Junior. Freddie and a quite often talk about the red carpet you and George laid out for us during our visit to your home.
Now that he has gone may all the beautiful memories be a blessing to you and the family. Please accept our deepest condolences for your loss.
Suzanne Harrison left a message on September 5, 2018:
My deepest condolences to Judy and the Family. I knew George for 27 years, first meeting him on Fort Wainwright, Alaska in the summer of 1991. Great friendships are made in AK. He took me fishing with the guys and always liked it when me and my two kids visited him In Fairbanks, as we drove in from Fort Greely. He used to tease me a lot and try to order me around. Finally I said, don't tell me what to do! This was a joke amongst all of us working in AK. I worked with him again as the IMA Housing Chief in Chrystal City, and over a decade at the Pentagon. He was a smart and generous person. He always had something funny to say and kept me and the team rolling with laughter at lunches. I remember when he told me he met the gal he was going to marry, and it was Judy! It was clearly apparent he met the love of his life. I'm a better person having known George, or G-Lo as we called him in the office. Rest In Peace dear friend.
Lena Blethen left a message on September 4, 2018:
Judy, So sorry for your loss, praying for you and your family. Praying that God comforts you with his love during this time. Love you.
JC Abney left a message on September 4, 2018:
I was deeply saddened to hear of George's passing. George will always be one of my favorite people in life. We spent many hours together and lived as neighbors during our time in Panama. Yes, we partied, we laughed and became life long friends. Can tell some great stories from our early morning fishing trips every Saturday on Lake Gatun and pulling in peacock bass for the days meal to our weekly nightly visits to the streets of Panama City, we had fun. We had a friendship where we could go years without talking and seeing each other and when we did see each other it was like yesterday. What a great friend and person. While we had not talked in years, I will greatly miss not being able to reach out to him for a laugh and to just reminisce about our days in Panama. God bless you George and your Family. I'll be looking forward to your shrimp and rice next time we meet!
Deborah Eyet left a message on August 31, 2018:
It's was a pleasure to call George my brother in law. He did a lot of living in the short time here on earth, but he will be remember for a long time. Though we are sadden at this time, we will laugh as we remember all the craziness we had together. Our travel friend will be greatly missed. Thank you George for the memories.
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Wendy McIntosh left a message on August 31, 2018:
George - a wonderful and generous friend. His love and humor will be greatly missed. God Speed George! Wendy
Monica Hawkins left a message on August 31, 2018:
George was a humorous and unique soul. He was my supervisor and friend for a few years during my tenure at ACSIM, Army. No matter how stressful our workdays were, he made you laugh and see the brighter side of the situation. My heart goes out to his family and his dear wife. I cherish the following quote and it always helps me to cherish the memories of those that proceed it.
"When a loved one becomes a memory, that memory becomes a treasure!" ~ Unknown Author.
-Monica A. Hawkins, Woodbridge, VA
Monica Hawkins left a message on August 31, 2018:
George's light of life will shine forever!
Ian "Sandy" Clark left a message on August 31, 2018:
George - I know your family and friends in heaven will love your great and positive sense of humor and very caring ways. Thank you so much for the fun times in Army Housing Management in Panama and at HQ, Department of the Army memories in my heart. Your friend... Sandy, XOXO
Barbara Hawk left a message on August 31, 2018:
Judy, Praying for you and your family. Sending you love and hugs!! I am so very sorry for your loss. I met George many times while you and I worked together at the CPOC. May all your wonderful memories comfort you. Barbara (Marianelli) Hawk
Hoye Breedlove left a message on August 30, 2018:
He was a interesting guy, got me through a lot of Birthday parties. We were on the same brain wave. Hoye Breedlove.
Carrie Smith left a message on August 29, 2018:
Miss you, Georgie!
William Poplarchik left a message on August 29, 2018:
He will be missed by many of his colleagues in Alaska! He always had a smile no matter what the situation! RIP George!
Jerri Shourd left a message on August 29, 2018:
George - a wonderful person. He was generous, smart and had such a great sense of humor. I loved talking to him, or just listening to him sometimes. Crying and smiling at the same time thinking about him and how he'd go on with some crazy talk. Know we were blood because I understood it all. Going to miss my brother. Sending much love to Judy and his family. You're are all in my prayers XOXO.
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