OBITUARY

Lloyd L. Reed

July 13, 1933November 30, 2018

Lloyd Lee Reed was born near Miller, Oklahoma, on July 13, 1933. He attended school at Moyers, Oklahoma; Richmond, California; and Alice, Texas, where he graduated in 1950. He then graduated from Texas A&M/Kingsville in 1955 with a degree in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering. He served two years in the US Navy at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. He worked for Pure Oil and Union Oil of California for 38 years before retiring in Edmond. For many years he and his brother, Fred, travelled to many countries, first for work and then as tourists.

He was preceded in death by his first wife, Bernice, in 1970, and his second wife, Lynda, in 1995, both whom he lovingly cared for in their illness. He is survived by his daughter, Michelle, and her husband, Tony Mitchell, of Edmond; four grandchildren, Reed, Jazlynn, Anna, and Braylon; and his brother, Fred, of Edmond.

Lloyd’s grandchildren have requested donations, either monetary or nonperishable food items, be made to the Student Food Pantries at Edmond Memorial High School and Cimarron Middle School, Edmond, Oklahoma.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Tony Mitchell, Honorary
  • Reed Mitchell, Honorary
  • Braylon Mitchell, Honorary
  • Pat Kelly, Honorary
  • Kevin Cunningham, Honorary
  • Brian Broesel, Honorary

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, December 5, 2018
  • Graveside Service Thursday, December 6, 2018
REMEMBERING

Lloyd L. Reed

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Arlene and Joseph Pruszynski

January 17, 2019

We were proud to have known and traveled with Lloyd and Fred in their later years, domestically and world-wide. They are both like family to us and we share the family's grief and offer our condolences at Lloyd's passing. Please pass on our sympathy to Fred, We can only imagine the depth of his sorrow.

If any of the immediate family would like to have a few photos from some of our travels together, contact us at pru_fla@hotmail.com or call 561 622 4265.

Brenda Baxter

December 4, 2018

Lloyd was such a good and gentle man. We loved him too. And will miss him greatly.

Dale and Karen House

December 3, 2018

We always enjoyed visiting with Lloyd at the family reunions. He will be missed. We will keep you in our prayers.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY