Lloyd was a 36-year member of the FDNY when he retired in 2005. He lost his battle with 9/11-related cancer in 2019.
Lloyd worked for American Electric Power and Bank of Tokyo before he was called for his dream job on the FDNY.
He was stationed in Engine 36 in Harlem before finding his permanent home in Engine 3 in Chelsea. He became senior man in the house, teaching the probies the ropes and making sure the company fund was spent wisely.
On his days off, he enjoyed tinkering around the house, working on his cars, and carpentry. He was an avid boater who had owned boats since he was 16. In his early years, Lloyd was a member of the Bentley Yacht Club and belonged to an amateur CB radio club. In his later years, he enjoyed spending time with his wife, three children, and eight grandchildren, who miss him dearly.
Lloyd Stuart was an asset to the FDNY, he was always teaching and going over all aspects of Engine operations, what ever you asked him he knew the answer. He had mechanical ability for sure, nothing was impossible for Lloyd, whether it be supplying water at a multiple alarm, woodworking, electrical, etc. Thirty six years of knowledge given to the FDNY.– Tom Bradley