Nancy L. Lloyd, 67
-FEB. 24, 2012
Nancy L. Lloyd (Submitted photo / February 27, 2012)
Nancy was the daughter of John Richard Cline and Thora B. Cline of Hagerstown, Md., both of whom preceded her in death, and she is survived by one sister, Janet Litten of Hagerstown.
Nancy was the former vice president of work-force development at Rappahannock Community College, and held the same position at Lord Fairfax Community College, Middletown, Va., before that. While working with Lear Corp. as a total quality manager, she coached a team that was honored with a Best Quality Improvement Award from USA Today, beating all other nominees nationwide. She completed doctoral course work and held a certificate of advanced graduate study from Virginia Tech, and held a Master of Arts from James Madison University. Her career included teaching English at Clarke County High School, working with special education in the Winchester City public school system, and later working as an insurance manager for Horace Mann Insurance, for the western half of Pennsylvania.
She and her husband, Retired Brig. Gen. V. Wayne Lloyd, USAF, were avid sailors, and she sailed extensively on the Chesapeake, and in the Bahamas, the Caribbean and Tahiti.
She is survived by her husband; daughter, Kathrine Lloyd of Seattle; and son and daughter-in-law, Richard and Julia Lloyd, grandsons, Marc and Nicholas Lloyd, and granddaughter, Elizabeth Lloyd, all of Richmond, Va.
A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 3, at Zion Episcopal Church in Charles Town, W.Va., and a happy reception will be held immediately afterward at The Anvil Restaurant in Bolivar/Harpers Ferry, W.Va.
Donations in her memory may be made to Christ Episcopal Church, Saluda, Va.; or to the www.caringbridge.org website, where her battle with cancer was documented and communicated to her many friends.