OBITUARY

Lloyd W STUART Jr.

October 26, 1941July 7, 2019

Lloyd W. Stuart 10/26/41 - 7/7/19

Lloyd W. Stuart passed away on July 7, 2019 after a long battle with World Trade Center-related illness. He was born in Staten Island, and after graduating from Tottenville High School, worked for American Electric Power and Bank of Tokyo before joining the FDNY in 1970, retiring in 2005. He was a member of the National Guard, and enjoyed boating, carpentry, and spending time with his grandchildren. He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Elizabeth; daughter Denise (Daniel Bradshaw), sons William (Kelley) and Paul (Dorothy). He is also survived by his eight grandchildren; Heather and Kaitlyn Bradshaw, Leah and Noah Stuart, Bailey, Kyle and Matthew Stuart, and Brandon Dabrowski.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, July 10, 2019
  • Visitation Wednesday, July 10, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Thursday, July 11, 2019

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Lloyd W STUART Jr.

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Keith Gough

July 14, 2019

It’s Keith Gough E26. Just returned from vacation out of the country to read this email. So sorry to hear of Lloyd’s passing. Didn’t know he was sick.I worked the lions share of my career in the same battalion as Lloyd. He was a great senior man and firefighter. To this day I take my car to Ricky’s because of Lloyd. I considered him a friend and regret not being able to pay my respects in person.

Patty Behary

July 11, 2019

I first met Lloyd in grade school, Our Lady Help of Christians School in Tottenville, S.I., N.Y. Ill never forget the white dress shirts he wore every day, his mom really took good care of him. We later advanced to THS and spent 4 years there. I didnt see too much of him since we all did our own thing. The next time I heard from Lloyd was when I was trying to put together a 50th reunion for OLHC. Living in Arizona I needed all the help I could get and Lloyd was my right hand. He supplied me with names and telephone numbers. We exchanged emails and sometimes my husband Jim would get several a day. Lloyd kept me updated on all our former classmates, he was a good friend, quiet, family man and we will miss him.. Blessings & God Bless you my friend, say hello to all our fellow classmates up there.. ,

Mr. & Mrs. James Logan

July 8, 2019

Lloyd was a wonderful man, with whom we shared many happy occasions. His love of his family and country always came first. As a Fireman, he saved countless lives. Well done good and faithful servant. May you Rest In Peace.

Jay and Judy

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