Linda A. Lloyd


Linda A. Lloyd, 66, passed away on December 22, 2021. Linda was born on January 19, 1955 in White Plains, GA to Tommie Chaye and Annie Love Mosley.

Linda was a 1974 graduate of Greene County High School in Georgia. She was a member of Community Temple COGIC where she served on the Mothers Board Ministry, She formerly served as a Church Mother at Glorious Church on The Rock and in her later years she retired from Peoples Hospital after being employed for 19 years.  She loved decorating for weddings and spending time with her family and friends.

She is preceeded in death by her parents and brothers, Matthew Mosley and Rally Mosley.

Linda is survived by her husband, Henry Lloyd Sr; children, Tony (Melissa) Lloyd, Tameka Lloyd, Tawanna (Harold) Daniel, Tyrone Kelly, Henry Lloyd Jr, Floyd (Rhonda) Allen, Fannie (Robert) Milner and Perry Lloyd; sisters, Ollie Mae (William) Mitchell, Mary Alice Sneed and Cynthia Brown; brother, Douglas Mosley; brother in laws Roger Lloyd, Donnie (Jackie) Lloyd, Littleton Lloyd II, and Robert (Juanita) Lloyd; sister in law, Rosie Brown; 12 grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Visitation 10:00am and Home Going Service 11:00am Thursday, December 30, 2021 New Community Temple COGIC 338 Harker St. Interment at Mansfield Cemetery.

Ministry of Comfort entrusted to MARLAN GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE MANSFIELD 753 McPherson St. To order flowers and offer condolences to The LLOYD Family, visit

Condolence Messages

  1. My condolences to the Lloyd family from your cousin in Georgia my prayers are that God will be with you guys and I trust he will keep his arms around you and give you peace in such time as this

  2. My heartfelt condolences

  3. Columbus & Elizabeth Woodruff

    Dear Lloyd Family, We send our deepest sympathy to your family during this difficult time. We are very sorry to hear that Linda has passed. We pray for peace and comfort for your family believing that Linda now resides with our Lord and Saviour, JESUS CHRIST. May you find comfort in your memories of Linda.

  4. We offered our condolences to the family and prayers . Mother Linda will truly be missed.



  6. My Dear Aunt Linda (Rest & Peace). Family be strong for each other. praying for you all!

  7. Rev. Dr. Joseph L Nunnally, Pastor, Rock Hill Baptist Church

    My thoughts and prayers are with the Lloyd family during this difficult time. Linda was a wonderful child of God, and I was blessed to have known her.

  8. Linda was a kind, considerate, loving woman. She was a true friend. I loved her smile and laugh. Her eyes danced. This old earth will lonely without her here
    God bless her family.

  9. Carrolyn Randall and family

    I want to say to the family, this a deep wound. Allow yourself time grieve, it’s healthy to grieve and there is no timeline. Linda was definitely a precious, caring and extremely helpful to others. She was my moms best friend and now they can kick it again, without pain of this life. Love always Carrolyn Randall.

  10. Tamika Chapman-Pierce

    Momma Linda was like a second mother to me. Growing up she always opened up her home to us and took care of us like her own. She was always very encouraging and wanted the best for us. She’ll always be in my heart and prayers. You will be missed. My condolences to her family and I’m praying for your strength.

  11. I send my Condolences to the family May God keep you in this time

  12. We love you Aunt Linda, you will forever be in our hearts.

  13. Auntie,words can not express how much I Love You.I will miss the Long talks and positive advice you gave.My prayers and thoughts are with you guys and may The Peace of God bring you confort.

  14. Prayers of comfort and peace. Love you all..
    Glynis Haney & Family

  15. Heart hugs and prayers

  16. I am sending love and respect to all the Lloyd family. May you accept what God has planned for you with love and honor. God Bless Fred Maxwell and family.

  17. Shepherd Roger & First Lady Rebecca Lloyd

    We will miss you Aunt Linda. She was a joy to be around. Praying strength and encouragement to our Uncle Henry Lloyd Sr. and the Lloyd family and friends.
    In Christ,
    Shepherd Roger & First Lady Rebecca Lloyd

  18. Auntie,
    I never thought of life here with you. I miss you so much. Nikki and I were your first children, long before you had children of your own. Our bond was a special one and this truly hurts. There are no words to express your loving spirit and generosity of heart. You were the greatest example of a true giver and teaching us all how to love unconditionally. I will cherish you always.
    Your loving niece

  19. Morris & Faye Miller

    Sending you our deepest condolences for the loss of your love one. Wishing you the strength to face the days ahead and the wonderful memories to cherish forever.
    Your cousins from Georgia

  20. Bobbie Jean Alexander

    To The Family,

    We are sadden to hear of the passing our beloved cousin, Linda. May you feel the prayers and thoughts that are coming your way. Love shines through sorrow, even now we hope you can feel
    Linda’s love and know it is forever. May her precious memories always linger in your hearts.

    “For this God is our God for ever and ever: he will be our guide even until death.”
    Psalm 48:14

    With love, many prayers and heartfelt sympathy,
    Loving cousins from: Los Angeles, CA, Oakland, CA, Dayton, Ohio and Dallas, TX
    (Children of the late James Alexander, Jr.)

  21. Aunt Linda, you are loved and missed. May God continuously give comfort, peace and He be your strength. Love you guys!! ❤❤

  22. Mary Alice Sneed

    To my sweet sister,
    I will always miss you. I will miss talking with you on the phone every day. You will remain in my heart always. You have left a void in our lives, but we will always have that sweet spirit of yours with us. Rest now, my dear sweet sister. I love you.

    Love always, 
    Your Sister, Mary Alice Sneed

  23. Gwen Alexander Norwood

    We are so sorry for your loss and our deepest sympathy.
    Your cousins Gwen Alexander Norwood Stockbridge Georgia, Beverly Alexander & Diane Allen Cowan of Mansfield, Ohio.

  24. Sharhonda Robbins

    Papa and Nana named you Linda Alberta but you were Linda Lu-Mae-Lucy to me. If there was ever a selfless individual, it was you dear. You “did” this love thing and not just “talked” this love thing. Your spirit was a breath of fresh air. My heart hurts that you are no longer on this side. I am believing for devine healing and restoration for Uncle Tom, all of your children and grandchildren, and your family as a whole. Rest in the presence of The King you served with boldness and without regret. Love you forever and always Linda Lu-Lu-Mae-Lucy.

  25. Elder Dannie Lloyd & Cynthia Lloyd

    Our deepest sympathies for the family. May God bless
    and his love comfort you all. You are in our thoughts and prayers!

    From the House of Israel

  26. Auntie you are truly going to be missed. Its going to take a minute for me to get use to not saying im going to Ohio to visit my auntie Linda. I pray that there is peace and strength from God in the days to come. We love you all dearly. The Mitchell Family

  27. Continued prayers for your childrens,grands and husband. May the peace that only Jesus can give flood the hearts of all of us.I will see you again my sister so until then rest on in the arms of our saviour Jesus Christ. Now you can truly live. I will always love you….your baby sister Cynthia

  28. Pastor Patricia A. Selman

    On behalf of Glorious Church on the Rock and Pastor Patricia A. Selman we send our heartfelt sympathy and love and prayers to the family of Mrs. Mrs. Linda L. Lloyd. Be strengthened and comforted in the Lord that she is in His presence with no more pain or suffering for God shall wipe all tears from her eyes and she awaits the family reunion with you.

  29. Pastor Lillie R. Tripp

    My deepest sympathy to the family of my cousin Linda! You are resting now and in glory! May the piece of God comfort the children and husband!

    Pastor Lillie Reid Tripp

  30. My dearest Auntie, I will truly miss you. The love you displayed toward family was impeccable, and I know you will truly be missed. I miss you already, I will love you always. Rest in the joy of our Lord.

  31. Kary Kincaid Mosley

    Ecclesiates 3: To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:
    2 A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted… Aunt Linda we will always love you and cherish you. This is a sad time. But the most important thing is that we all in the family know that you made it! You are with The Most High! And he has you safe in his arms. My prayer is that The Most High continues to help me stay and keep me on the straight and narrow path, so that I can be able to make it back to him, when it’s my time to go. And so that I can be there with You again too someday soon here. We love You forvermore. And we will continue to look after the children & grandchildren!

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