Created by: Cindy P. Rodemeyer
Lloyd was definitely a people person who never met a stranger. He was a member of the power squadron in Morehead City for many years and knew all about boating safety. Whenever we went to the visitors center at the boating dock in Morehead, he always had a helping hand for others who had boating problems either coming up the ramp or leaving it.
He was very special to me and always gave me a rose garden wherever we lived. Also, he found much contentment in using his hands to make the soil just right for planting. Among the roses, he loved planting tulips as well as pansies. Everything he planted bloomed beautifully.
He was a loving father and husband and had a kind and giving heart and a great sense of humor that will be greatly missed.
Lloyd was a wise soul and the life that he led has inspired me to be a person with a life of greater faith and love.
More Memories of Lloyd Rodemeyer
I didn’t know Lloyd had died. Lloyd was a special friend. He used to visit me and my husband, Jack, in Durham. Lloyd and I met when he was delivering pantyhose to a convenience store near my house around 1993. He became a family friend of mine and my husband. We went out socially, the three of us. Lloyd was very friendly, and yes, he did love boats! I have only fond memories of Lloyd, and he will be missed. Jesus, take good care of our Lloyd.