John Russell Lloyd • June 1, 2020

John Russell Lloyd, 84, Pensacola, Florida passed away on June 1st, 2020.

John Russell Lloyd was employed by Pensacola Junior College 27 years and was a member of St. Anne Catholic Church and was also a member of Saint Stephen Roman Catholic Church. He was also involved with St. Anne’s Round Up.

He is preceded in death by his father, Russell L. Lloyd; mother, Martha A. Lloyd; sister, Diana H. Williams; brother, Joseph M. Lloyd.

John is survived by his brother, Stephen V. Lloyd; son, Russell B. Lloyd; daughter, Tamra M. Lloyd; granddaughter, Deanna M. T. Lloyd; granddaughter, Brooke S. N. Lloyd; grandson, Brandon L. Knight; granddaughter, Candace R. L. Carpenter; great-granddaughter, Nova L. F. Lloyd.

Due to Covid-19, a memorial service will be held at a later date.
The family would like to thank West Florida Hospital, Specialty Health and Rehabilitation Center, Baptist Hospital and Covenant Care at West Florida Hospital.

  1. Sandy Lewis says:

    I’m so sorry to know of Johns passing Love the photo you choose John is at peace now and maybe he is with Don Lewis God Bless so sorry to all John s family So long ago we were at Johns home and he alway made sure his family was taken care of

  2. Mary genest says:

    So sorry for your loss uncle john was special to me. My prayers are with Russell and Tamera and the grandkids.

  3. Cathy Polizzotto says:

    So sorry for your loss. I always loved going to visit him and when he came to Pennsylvania. Prayers for Russell and Tamra.

  4. Charlie & Jim Morvay says:

    So very sorry, Steve, to learn of your brother passing. Hugs, love, and prayers.

  5. Bob and Kathy Stanley says:

    Sorry about John’s passing. We were friends a long time ago but drifted apart. Had some nice And not so Nice memories. Will remember the fun times!

  6. Tom Krohn says:

    John was my coach at PJC and my partner for many tennis trips to south Florida in the 80s and 90s. I sailed to his house on Perdido Bay many times from Gulf Breeze and played tennis with him on his home court.
    You will be missed dear friend. Rest in peace.

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