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Robert Albert Lloyd

Robert Albert Lloyd was American foundation administrator. Decorated Legion of Honor, Order of DeMolay, Commendation medal; recipient Good Citizenship medal, Sons of the American Revolution, 1943, Citizen of Year award, Sears, 1996-1997.

Background

  • Lloyd, Robert Albert was born on April 21, 1930 in Pittsburgh. Son of Robert Morgan and Martha Elizabeth (Sauter) Lloyd.

  • Education

    • Student, Carnegie Mellon University.

    Career

    • Administrative supervisor Pittsburgh Infantry School, United States Army Reserve, 1951-1971, retired, 1971. Assistant manager memorial department Sears Roebuck & Company, Pittsburgh, 1960-1971, member staff, 1971-1991, retired. With United States Army Reserve, 1951-1990.

    Membership

    Board directors, past vice president Concerned Citizens of Dormont Boro Inc. School director Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Treasurer Keystone Oaks School District, 1997—1998, board directors, since 2000.

    Trustee Golden Winds Foundation. Board directors Catholic History Society, Civil War Trust. Active Holy Family Society, Opus Dei.

    Chairman Boro of Dormont Republican Committee, Pennsylvania, 1974—1976. Committeeman 7th District Allegheny County, 1970—1976. Active St. Pius X Roman Catholic Church.

    Member of Knights of Columbus (4th degree, Color Corps, Board directors Pittsburgh council, grand knight, faithfull navigation 4th degree, Knight of Month 1995, Knight Family of Month 1996, named Grand Knight 2002), Knight Templar (life sponsor Eye Foundation), St. Vincent de Paul Society (treasurer since 2000), Genesis, Loyal Legion United States Civil War, Grand Knights Council, Rotary (board directors since 2005), Order of St. Lawrence (grand knight Commander), Sons of Italy (trustee Grand Loddge of Pennsylvania), Catholic Knights American (area representative), Sons of Union Veterans of Civil War, American Legion.

    Connections

    • father: Robert Morgan Lloyd
    • mother: Martha Elizabeth (Sauter) Lloyd
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    Born April 21, 1930
    Nationality
    • 1951 - 1971
      Administrative supervisor Pittsburgh Infantry School
    • 1960 - 1971
      assistant, manager memorial department Sears Roebuck & Company
      Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States