Stevens & Grass Funeral Home

4203 Salines Dr, Malden, WV


Lloyd Wilson Collins

31 January , 194927 June , 2019

Lloyd Wilson Collins, 70, of Charleston, passed away June 27, 2019, at Hubbard Hospice House, Charleston.

Lloyd was born in Charleston on January 31, 1949 to the late James and Pearl Leachman Collins. He was retired from the Labor Union Local 1353 and was a US Army Veteran during Vietnam. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and a WVU Mountaineer Fan.

Along with his parents, Lloyd was preceded in death by four sisters, Sandy Fleck, Artie Sullivan, Myrtle Ann Tenney and Paulette Warzy; and his dog, Drake.

He is survived by his loving wife of 46 years, Alice Jenkins Collins; daughters, Jordin Collins of Nashville, TN., Erica Stinson and Tara Collins both of Charleston; brother, James Collins Jr. of Newton; two grandchildren, Zeida Collins and EvarJi Stinson.

At Lloyd’s request, cremation will be honored and there will be no services.


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Michelle Hill

3 July 2019

I am going to miss my dear friend that shopped nearly every Saturday morning trading and enjoying a fresh cup of coffee and sweets. May God Bless you and your family thru this tough time.
Please let me know when services will be. My heart breaks for all of you. Michelle Hill. David Hill Ltd. Barboursville

Ralph Wawrzyniakowski

1 July 2019

Anytime I visited them ,Lloyd had always treated me like family.
sending prayers to his family and loved ones. Rest in peace Lloyd, God bless you and the family.

- Ralph

Alice Snead

29 June 2019

Alice and family so sorry for your loss. May Lloyd rest in peace. You all are in my thoughts and prayers. All my love, Alice #2

Terry Williams

29 June 2019


This is nothing that can be said to make you feel better. Please know I am here if you guys need anything. He was a great Father and Grandfather.

Jason Sullivan

29 June 2019

My Uncle is a legend. Growing up my family would visit and nothing was more exciting to me than seeing my uncle Lloyd his wife Alice and their two beutiful daughters Erica and Tera. We laughed we loved we lived. We fished, rode in the back of his pick up truck and most of all we were never turned away. My uncle will never be forgotten by me or those who knew him. Thank you for your service, thank you for your love. My heart goes out to those who are left behind and I am sure he is drinking a beer with Dale Earnhardt #3.