In North Bay on Wednesday January 29, 2020 at the age of 95 years, Lloyd passed away with his family by his side. Lloyd will be lovingly remembered by his wife Katherine (O’Leary) of 66 years and their five children Rosemary (Grant) Mantha of Huntsville, Alan (Susan) of Cambridge, Paul (Marcel) of Carleton Place, Joanne (John) Paige of North Bay and Stephen (Greg) of Toronto. Lloyd will also be remembered by his 12 grandchildren; Adam (Ana), Emily (Jamie), Sarah (Stephen), Bridget (Will), Lindsey (Scott), Lisa, Jessica (Andrew), Graham, Jameson (Sarah), Dennis (Carly), Brian and Laura (Ben) and seven great grandchildren Kaiden, Cosette, Hobbs, Isaac, Lillian, Miles and Bennett. Lloyd was predeceased by his father George (born Glen Allan, ON) and his mother, Ethel (born Drayton, ON) and his brother Ralph (Ursula surviving) and sister Shirley (Patrick) Ellert. Also missed by many nieces and nephews. Lloyd, born in Waterloo ON, began his 59 year career with the Royal Bank of Canada in 1941. His career took him to numerous cities in Ontario, including Peterborough, where he met Katherine, the love of his life. Lloyd and Katherine built a wonderful life around family and community. He shared his talents with numerous charitable organizations including board positions with Sisters of St. Joseph’s (North Bay), Diocese of Sault Ste. Marie, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Scollard Hall Foundation, North Bay Regional Health Centre, Knights of Columbus (3rd Degree member), Kiwanis Club, Sisters of Loretta (Hamilton), St. Eugene Parish (Hamilton), Children’s Aid Society and coaching various sporting teams. Lloyd participated in numerous sporting activities in particularly hockey, tennis and golf. Travelling, playing cards and gardening were activities he enjoyed. Everyone is welcome to join the family at Martyn Funeral Home, North Bay on Tuesday February 4th 2-4 pm. and 7-9 pm. Funeral Mass will be celebrated Wednesday, February 5th, at 10 am., at the Pro Cathedral of the Assumption. Luncheon will follow in the Parish Hall. Entombment at All Saints Mausoleum, North Bay to follow the luncheon. In lieu of flowers, donations to Crossing All Bridges Learning Centre, Brantford ON (www.crossingallbridges.ca) or Pro Cathedral Building Fund are greatly appreciated.