An architecture major and a member of Terrace Club, he did his graduate work in architecture at MIT, earning an MFA from there in 1952.
After several years in private practice in New York City (working with Mayor John Lindsay and on urban projects) Lloyd moved to Chicago, where he served as the deputy executive director of the Cook County Health and Hospitals Governing Commission. His next major assignment was with the Department of Veterans Affairs, in Washington, D.C.
After 10 years with the department, ending as chief architect for facilities management, he retired with the title of associate executive director. As he described it in our 50th-reunion directory, he had gone from private practice in New York City, to Cook County in Chicago, to 16 years with the Department of Veteran’s Affairs.
Lloyd and his wife, Margot, enjoyed food, wine, and travel. He also was an avid photographer and mushroom hunter.
Lloyd is survived by stepsons Christopher and Stephen Phillips. We express our appreciation and sympathy to them.