Warren F. Lloyd
Colonel, United States Marine Corps
Colonel Lloyd was born at Parris Island, South Carolins, and was the son of Calvin A. Lloyd, who designed the Marine rifle range at Quantico. He grew up at Quantico and graduated from the old Occoquan High School, then joined the Marine Corps. He served in the Pacific theater during World War II and in the Korean War, retiring in 1966. Among his military awards are the Silver Star, Bronze Star and Purple Heart.
After his military retirement, he attended college, receiving a master's degree in library science in 1969 from Florida State University. He spent the next 15 years as the county librarian in Darlington, South Carolina, before moving to Dumfries.
He was a member of the Marine Corps League and the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation.
His wife, Geraldine S. Lloyd, died in 2002. A son, Warren S. Lloyd, died in 1972.
Survivors include two daughters, Fran Nelson
of Dumfries and Anne Chambers of Key Largo, Florida; three brothers, Harold
Lloyd of Weems, Virginia, Norman Lloyd of Long Branch, New Jersey, and
Wallace Lloyd of Portland, Oregon; two sisters, Lorelei White of Woodbridge
and Alice Ogden of Polson, Montana; three grandchildren; and a great-granddaughter.