November 25, 1948July 23, 2020

Lloyd A. Friedman, 71, of Jacksonville died Thursday, July 23, 2020. Visitation will be held at 12 p. m. Sunday, July 26th, at Griffin Leggett Rest Hills Funeral Home, 7724 Landers Road, NLR. Funeral Service will follow at 1 p.m. Burial immediately following at Rest Hills Memorial Park.

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Sheila Max Lederman

August 5, 2020

Hi Marsha and family. I am so saddened to learn of Lloyd’s passing. I grew up with Lloyd in Rhode Island. Our fathers were best of friends and were together often tinkering on their cars. My condolences to you and your family.

C.J. Shane

August 1, 2020

Marsha, so so sorry for your loss of Lloyd. I know you were a tireless caregiver for a number of years. I remember our good times at Body and Soul! Bless you and your family.

Julann Carney

July 27, 2020

Dear Marsha, Craig & Ryan and so many others that loved LLoyd, I certainly would not have space to write how very much Lloyd meant to me and my family. Afterall, I would not have had my Dad Cy for as many years as I did had it not been for Lloyd's selfless act of donating his rare blood type while my Dad was having open heart surgery. For that, I will always be thankful for.

Having known and traveled with Lloyd and Marsha as a small girl, I will treasure the memories of Lloyd driving a hot sports car in the swiss alps all the while the rest of us were on pins and needles because the road wasn't visible as we were in the clouds. So many funny memories from way back then. Countless in fact.

When I decided to go into real estate, I had my choice of any company, but I intentionally sought ought Lloyd to embark on a new career. My 11 years with Plantation were some of the happiest and most challenging times. Always steady with wisdom and a lifetime of experience. How luck was I to have learned from one of the best in the business.

I can't even begin to convey how very much Lloyd meant to me. He was a dear friend, a wise and generous mentor and most of all, he was a mensch. The world lost a good man who loved his family more than anything in the world. Rest well Lloyd. You will be dearly missed.
My love and sympathy to all that loved him.
Julann Carney

Derek Allen

July 26, 2020

I Love you Friedman family. Things I will always remember ; Oil changes and fireworks even if the firework did say return to the fire department if found. He had some of the best homemade pickles I've ever eaten. I always enjoyed the good variety and cooking of seafood, Marshas five layer dip and the occasional crawlfish boil. I enjoyed the big games or fight nights you guys had over there. Ill always love and cherish the many memories and times I've shared with Lloyd and the entire family.

joseph schilling

July 26, 2020

Joe and I are so sorry for your loss of Lloyd. Because of health reasons we aren't able to attend his services, but take comfort that we were able to visit with Lloyd several weeks ago. He has been a friend for over 44 years and quite a character! He and Marsha raised two wonderful men and I know how proud he was of you both. He told us that he had everything taken care of, as I know he would. Bless him and all of you. Barbara and Joe Schilling

Pat Lane

July 26, 2020

Having known Lloyd some 40 years, through our real estate profession, I came to know him as a caring and loving person, for his profession and especially for his wife and children.
When joining the Cabot branch of Plantation Realty, that care became even more meaningful. His home was opened to his agents for special occasions.
The wisdom, knowledge of our profession and suggested directions, were always welcomed, when seeking his advise.
My sincere love and prayers will be for Marsha and his sons, of whom never ceased to tell you of how proud he was of them..

John Hardwick

July 25, 2020

Condolences to all. I worked with Lloyd often. Thoroughly enjoyed our “ discussions” and banter. I consider him a true friend and will miss him. He was a great businessman, Realtor and person. I am better for having know him! God Bless!

Tom and Caro Ann Bush

July 25, 2020

Marsha and family, we are so sorry for your loss.
We will have forever memories of you all, especially when we were young marrieds with families of active children.
Tom remembers fondly Lloyd’s “visits” to the dental office where they solved many issues of the day.
Ryan and Craig, you ( as well as your families) were great sources of pride to him. Marsha, what a remarkable job you have done, always done in helping and caring for Lloyd.
Virtual hugs to all of you from us!


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