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Federal agency official

RUssell Duane Lloyd, American federal agency official. Recipient creative scholarship University Idaho, 1952, Public Service award The Nature Conservancy, 1985. With United States Army, 1952-1954. Member Society for Range Management.


Lloyd, RUssell Duane was born on February 11, 1930 in Soda Springs, Idaho, United States. Son of Russell Carl and Annetta (Norstrom) Lloyd.


Bachelor of Science in Forestry, University Idaho, 1952. Doctor of Philosophy, Utah State University, 1959.


Research economist economic research service United States Department of Agriculture, Reno, 1957-1961. Staff economist Bureau Land Management United States Department Interior, Washington, 1961-1965. Assistant station director Forest Service Research, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1965-1970, special staff assistant Washington, 1970-1971, research program leader, 1971-1974, deputy station director Broomall, Pennsylvania, 1974-1980, assistant station director Ogden, Utah, 1980-1988, deputy station director, since 1988.


The Heavenly Mother is like the Heavenly Father: perfect, wise, compassionate, and holy. Every human being is a beloved spirit child of heavenly parents, God the Father and a Heavenly Mother.


With United States Army, 1952-1954. Member Society for Range Management.


Married Joyce E. Bush, September 8, 1952. Children: Karen, Kathryn, Leslie, Michael, David, Annette, Mary, Susannah, Spencer, Rebecca, Rachel.

Russell Carl Lloyd

Annetta (Norstrom) Lloyd

Joyce E. Bush

Karen Lloyd

Kathryn Lloyd

Leslie Lloyd

Michael Lloyd

David Lloyd

Annette Lloyd

Mary Lloyd

Susannah Lloyd

Spencer Lloyd

Rebecca Lloyd

Rachel Lloyd