Obituary for Lloyde England
A funeral will be held on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 at Greene Funeral Home at 11 a.m. Interment will follow in Pleasant Valley Memorial Park, 8420 Little River Turnpike Annandale, VA.
Due to Covid 19 and state restrictions, only 70 persons will be allowed to attend the services in the chapel. If you would like to view the service via Facebook, please go to the Greene Funeral Home Facebook page, like it, and on Tuesday you will be able to click right on when the service starts.
In lieu of flowers, family would like donations to be made to: American Red Cross - “Make a Tribute Gift” to make a donation in memory or in honor of someone. The email address to use is inlovingmemory2020-LloydeEngland@yahoo.com, and the sending name is The England Family, or donations by phone should call 1-800-435-7669
A Life to be Remembered
"I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, and I have remained faithful." II Timothy 4:7
Lloyde Andrew England, born to the late Clyde and Sallie (Jamieson) on April 25, 1934 in Washington, D.C., departed his earthly life after a lengthy illness. He was baptized at an early age at Macedonia Baptist Church, Arlington, VA.
Lloyde was an only child. He graduated from Armstrong High School in Washington, D.C. where he met Hester B. Lewis. They married in 1954, had seven children, and lived in Arlington, VA. He spent most of his career working for Capitol Cab Cooperative Association in Washington, D.C., where he was a representative on the Taxi Cab Commission, member advocate, board member and driver. Before joining Capitol Cab, he worked for Greyhound and Maloney Concrete. Lloyde was also a certified mechanic and enjoyed working on cars, especially Fords.
Lloyde grew up having close relationships with his cousins and life-long friends. He enjoyed the freedom of the open road and developed an enthusiasm for riding motorcycles, Harley’s in particular. He was a proud member of the Blue Knights International Law Enforcement Motor Cycle Club, MD1 Chapter. Lloyde was a courageous survivor of the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon.
Lloyde was a family man and a caring son, husband, father, and grandfather. He was predeceased by his wife Hester and son Lloyde England II. He is survived by his children Cerise England Thrift, Michael (Julie), Nancy (Marion) England-Adams, Timothy, Phyllis, and Florence; grandchildren Michael England Jr., Nicole, Erica, and William Walker, Lloyde England III, Mark Lewis II, Nathaniel Tate, Kendra England-Combs; 13 great grandchildren, nine great-great grandchildren, five nieces and nephews, special friend Shirley Hughes and step-daughter Felecia Hughes-Overton and a host of relatives, friends, and club members.