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Teague Funeral Service

2260 Ivy RD, Charlottesville, VA

OBITUARY

Michael Lynn Lloyd

January 6, 1958July 26, 2020

Michael Lynn Lloyd, 62, of Charlottesville passed away July 26, 2020 at his residence. Michael was born in Frankfort, Germany and moved many places as a child in an Army family. While living at S.H.A.P.E. Army Base in Belgium, Mike’s favorite high school memories were – visiting London for two weeks, attending a Rolling Stones Concert, and watching the Leman’s auto race. Mike had many hobbies, that included cooking, photography, music, The Walking Dead, Stephen King, UVA sports, and Washington Redskins aka The Washington Football Team. Mike had the bluest eyes, an infectious laughter, and was a people person. At 6’6”, Mike’s personality was like his size, and was known as “Big Mike”. Now “Big” Mike is at eternal rest, back to tossing the tennis ball to his favorite dog, Hunter….. and will be greatly missed.

He is survived by his parents Earl and Charlotte Lloyd, his brother Robert, and his longtime fiancé Allison Brewer. In lieu of flowers please make donations in his name to CASPCA. The family will hold a celebration of his life at a later date when we can safely gather to share memories and laughter.

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Vivian Newton

August 7, 2020

To Charlotte, Bob, and Allison, I had the pleasure of meeting Mike through his Mother. He was such a nice guy, always friendly, and thoughtful. It was my pleasure knowing him. My great sorrow goes to you, I know this is a very difficult time for all of you. My thoughts will be with you in the days to come.
Vivian Newton

Patrick Hurd

August 2, 2020

One memory is impossible. Mike was a co-worker, a house mate, the best man at my wedding and as good a friend as I’ve had in my life. My wife loved him, my kids loved him. He remembered my birthday every year (before computer reminders). He was a wonderful wood-maker and built a beautiful wooden horse on wheels that my kids and grand-kids played on. Which segues to one memory. He also made a casket for my dog when she died, allowed me to bury her in the woods by his house, provided a wheel barrow with a flat tire to carry the 150 lb concrete grave marker I brought, helped push it 100 yards in a freezing rain and helped dig the grave. Months later his dog died, when I asked why he had not let me know, he said he was afraid I might want to help bury him. That was Mike, funny and pointed in the same breath (some times without meaning it). If you knew him well, you will miss him tremendously. I do.

Pauline Johnson

August 2, 2020

I first met Mike on July4,1999. I believe it was. He was sitting beside his smoker fixing the best meat I had ever had up till that point. I remember it being so hot and he was melting there making sure everyone had something to eat. I know that his family will miss him and I am sorry for your loss. Allison my heart breaks for you. Know that I am here for you no matter the day or time. Mike if you run into Chip tell him I said hi.

Kent Banks

August 2, 2020


Michael Lynn Lloyd:
I did not know you extremely well back in our SHAPE days but you left indelible memories on me, sir. You were a towering giant and the most kind-hearted and compassionate person I know. My fondest memory is of you is as “Elvis”!!! Sir, you rocked the house and were Elvis in person on that stage. You owned the house! I especially remember your dad’s reaction to your playing that role and the surprise and excitement you provided to him as well. I look forward to catching up with you on the other side where I may be able to see both Elvis’s “live” and in performance again! You are deeply missed!

Carol (Dunlap) Gaittens

August 2, 2020

I am very sad to hear of Mike's passing. I met him at SHAPE American High School in Belgium. He was such a good person. My condolences to the family.

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