Leland W Loyd
November 1951 – 2021
Leland Loyd was born November 23,1951, in Laclede County, Missouri. He married the love of his life, Nan Cook, in 1994. He suddenly went on to heaven far too soon. Leland was an amazing husband, father, grandfather, and friend who will be missed very much.
He worked at Arkansas Nuclear One in Russellville, AR. He then raised beef cattle. He was passionate about cattle and wanted healthy beef that people could afford. His customers meant everything to him.
He was a man of strong faith. He was also a man of integrity, honesty, honor, and was very funny. He had a few true close friends, but he had two who meant so much to him, Waguih Wahba and Chuck Vincent.
He and his wife shared an incredible relationship. She created a website based on their love, littleblackdressdiaries.com. He shared his passion with her and was working with her on a book about the cattle – who bossed him around. He also talked about the times he believed angels intervened and often helped him with the cattle. His accounts were heartwarming and funny, often at his expense.
He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Nan Cook Loyd; one brother, Richard; three sons, Jeremy of Illinois, Joshua of Arkansas and David of Illinois (two children); and three grandchildren Austin, Mekenzy and Savannah of Illinois.
He will be sorely missed but as Joshua said, “Now, 40 years from now or 100 years from now would be too soon for him to leave us.”
It was an honor being his wife.
Several people approached me about how they can help. They helped me in a tangible way, by helping pay off the Funeral Home bill. It’s down to
$936 $300 $75 now. I’ve had a total miracle. Thank you so much for honoring Leland’s life this way (as one person put it). You blessed me.
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2 thoughts on “Leland W Loyd Obit”
Thank you for allowing us to share in this. Love, hugs, and prayers . . .
He was an awesome man of God and I was honored to know him. He was also extremely generous. A mighty man of God he will be greatly missed.
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