David L. Lloyd, 94, of Butler, Pennsylvania, passed away \npeacefully on December 11, 2018 at his residence.\n\nDave was born July 5, 1924 in Columbus, Ohio, and raised \nin Leesburg, PA by the late Rev. William Lloyd and the \nlate Lydia Jergens Lloyd. He was predeceased by Jean B. \nLloyd, his wife and best friend of more than 66 years \nwho passed away on January 30, 2017.\n\nDave was the owner/operator of the Lloyd-Johnson Co. on \nMain Street in Butler from 1950-1984, then went \non to be partner and property manager in the D-J. Realty \nand KLTF Real Estate until 2007. Throughout he enjoyed \ninvesting in oil & gas properties and the stock market. \nDave was a veteran of the US Army, serving in the 759th \nField Artillery in the European Theater. After the war \nwas over in Europe his outfit was deactivated and he was \nassigned to the 617th Quartermaster Depot Co. in \nBrussels until returning to the US for discharge. While \nin the Army, Dave studied civil engineering at the \nCitadel Military Academy and marketing at the University \nof Biarritz in France (Honor Award for highest \nachievement in the class). In 1949, he graduated with a \ndegree in Economics from Westminster College where he \nhad met Jean (Class of '48), was a member of Sigma Nu \nFraternity, played saxophone in a local dance band, and \nwith his friend Dale Johnston ran haberdashery, florist \nand candy distribution businesses.\n\n\nDave was a member of the Covenant Presbyterian Church \nand served as an elder. He loved Butler and over the \nyears devoted enormous energy to many organizations \nincluding the Butler Area Chamber of Commerce where he \nserved as President (at that time, the youngest in PA) \nand chairman of numerous committees, Credit Bureau \n(Director), Symphony Association (Director), Travel \nConvention Bureau (Vice President), Red Cross Board, Ad \nHoc Committee for Feasibility Study for Butler Area \nVo-Tech School, Community Development Corp. (one of the \nfounders and an Emeritus Director), City of Butler \nRenaissance Commission Board, Butler Transit Authority \nBoard, Butler Business Association (President), United \nWay (President, 2 terms), Sparkplugs CoC Division \n(President), Butler Blind Assn. (Vice President), Cancer \nSociety Board, Lutheran Service Society of Western PA \nBoard, Moraine Trails Council Boy Scouts of America \nExecutive Committee, Rotary Club (Board and numerous \ncommittees), and Co-Founder of the Butler Area Landlords \nAssociation. From 1975 to 1991 he served as a Director \nof Friendship Federal Savings Loan Assn. and its \nsuccessor following a merger with Landmark Savings \nAssociation.\nAmong the \nnumerous recognitions Dave received over the years for \nhis community service were the \nButler Area Junior Chamber of Commerce Junior Man of the \nYear in 1959, Leadership Award-Butler County United Fund \nin 1969, and Meritorious Service Award from Friendship \nSavings Loan Assn. in 1982. In 2009, he received the \nChamber of Commerce's William A. Morgan Jr. Entrepreneur \nof the Year Award. Dave and Jean jointly received a \nWestminster College Distinguished Alumni Award in 2011 \nfor "having made an outstanding difference in their \ncommunity."\nDave will be \nlong-remembered for his quick wit and ability to make \npeople laugh in nearly any circumstance. He listened \ntirelessly to the Glenn Miller Orchestra while mixing \nthe most amazing martinis and Manhattans one could ever \nimagine. An avid golfer, Dave was a long-time member of \nthe Butler Country Club.\n\n\nHe is survived by his two sons, David Lloyd, Jr. of New \nYork, NY, and Larry Lloyd of Bloomfield Hills, MI; \ndaughter, Lydia Olson of Roswell, GA, and their \nrespective spouses (Meg Mortimer, Nolia, and Rick); \ngrandchildren (Gabriel, Margaret, Jocelyn, Duane, Renee \nand Andrea); seven great-grandchildren (with another on \nthe way); and two nieces (Cindy and Karen). He was also \npredeceased by his sister (Jane Horam) and a grandson \n(James Olson).\n\nFriends will be received Thursday, December 27, 2018 \nfrom 2:30 to 6:30 pm at Thompson - Miller Funeral Home, \nInc., 124 East North Street Butler, PA.\n\nFuneral services will be held on Friday, December 28, \n2018 at 11:30 am at the Covenant Presbyterian Church, \n230 East Jefferson Street Butler, PA, with Reverend John \nC.R. Silbert, officiating.\n\nA private burial with Military Honors \nprovided by the Officers and Members of the American \nLegion Post #117, Butler, American Legion Post #778, \nLyndora, and the VFW Post #249 of Butler will be at \nNorth Side Cemetery.\n\nMemorial donations are suggested to Covenant \nPresbyterian Church, 230 E. Jefferson St., Butler, PA \n16001, the Butler County Symphony Association, 259 S. \nMain St., Butler, PA 16001, or the United Way of Butler \nCounty, 407A W. Jefferson St., Butler, PA 16001.\n\nOnline condolences can be \ngiven at \n\n\nwww.thompson-miller.com.