Harry was the owner of Lloyd-Manwell Ford for 33 years after having worked as a salesman for 21 years. Harry was a decorated World War II Air Force pilot, a Rotarian, and a Mason. It’s impossible to say which Harry had in greated measure: bravery, dignity, or strength. These three elements defined him. Through the years Harry enjoyed golfing, fishing, and playing blackjack and poker. Most recently, he enjoyed feeding the birds and squirrels and doing puzzles.
Harry is survived by his beloved wife of 44 years, Dorothy (nee Koller) Lloyd; daughters, Carol (Russell) Price and Barbara (Dan) Nelson; sons, Robert (Sandra) Cifranic and Richard (Susan) Cifranic; and brother, Dale; Harry was the proud grandfather of 20 and great-grandfather of 12.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Harry W. and Marie Lloyd; and granddaughter, Kaitlin Grace Nelson.
Harry’s love and encouragement was a constant reminder that he believed in us. That unfailing love will remain a gentle compass in the lives of his family and many friends. His strength will sustain us. His joyous spirit will lift us up. After a lifetime of unconditional love and laughter, he remains the wind beneath our wings.
The family will receive friends at the Misencik Funeral Home, 36363 Detroit Rd., Avon, Tuesday, January 22, 2013 from 4 until the time of a funeral service at 7 P.M. officiated by Rev. Therese Lee. Private burial will be at the Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery in Rittman.