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“Henry Youngs Jr Sends Condolence to Mr Big Lloyd Johnson Family,Hold To our Heavenly Father He will guide you in the right directions.Keep Faith God...Read More ยป
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“I hope it comforts you to know that your grief is shared by all of us who knew your dad. He was a wonderful man and he will be sorely missed. ”
2 of 2 | Posted by: Waterbury Housing Authority - CT

Mr. Lloyd "Big Lloyd" Johnson, 68, of Lakewood Road in Waterbury passed away unexpectedly, November 8, 2017 at his home.

Lloyd was born August 5, 1949 in Norfolk, Virginia. He was the son of Benjamin Thorpe and Rosalee Johnson.

Lloyd; but many close friends and family called him "Big Lloyd" was educated throughout the Waterbury Public School System. Lloyd worked various jobs in Waterbury up in to his passing he was employed at Phoenix Soil Inc. He was an employee for Macy's Operations and Logistics for many years and retired in 2012. Lloyd was a man who loved his family unconditionally especially his children and grandchildren. He took pride in his grandchildren. There were two things that Lloyd held close to heart which was family and friendships. He had a very close bond with ex-wife for many years; Judith Gatling. "Big Lloyd enjoyed having a good time and spending quality time with old friends and his family. Lloyd was a people person and anyone that he came across even if it was a stranger; it was a joy to be around. He liked to go fishing, taking long walks, and sightseeing. He had a thing for cars, taking long rides, going to the beach and watching movies. He will be missed dearly by many that loved and knew him.

He is survived by his children: Alisha Ann Gatling, Lloyd Johnson Jr. Jermiaha Johnson; his sibling Abdullaha Rashid, Grandchildren; Laneisha Gatling, Anthony Battle, Jr. Daryl Battle, Kevin Battle, and Bianca Ferrer; thirteen great-grandchildren, a niece Amanda Belulovich; his close friend Dave Coney and Excell. He will be missed by a host of family, cousins, and friends.

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