Lloyd W. Pollock

April 06, 1933 ‒ January 10, 2017

Mount Gilead, Ohio

Lloyd W. Pollock, age 83, of Mount Gilead, passed away Tuesday morning, January 10, 2017, at the Morrow County Hospital.

He was born on April 6, 1933, in Bucyrus, OH, to the late David G. and Bertha M. (Kibbler) Pollock.

Lloyd was a veteran of the Korean Conflict where he served his country in the United States Army.

For many years Lloyd worked as on oiler for Marion Power Shovel. After the shovel closed, Lloyd began working as a security guard for Hidden Lakes Campground. Away from work Lloyd enjoyed fishing, hunting, and was a member of the Mount Gilead Baptist Church. Lloyd will be remembered by his family for always being honest.

On November 8, 1969, Lloyd married LaVonne K. Schrader whom survives.

Lloyd is also survived by his children: Doug (Julie) Pollock of Findlay, Jeffrey Pollock of Upper Sandusky, Connie (Bill) Rinehammer of Upper Sandusky, and Brian (Karyn) Evert of Marion; 8 grandchildren; and 18 great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers: Ward, Phillip, Richard, Harry, Warren, and Russell; and sisters: Betty, Lola, and Thelma.

His family will greet friends from 11 to 1 PM on Friday, January 13, 2017, at the Snyder Funeral Home, Craven Chapel. (67 N. Main St., Mt. Gilead, OH).Services honoring his life will follow at 1PM with Pastor Lawrence Combs officiating. Burial will follow in Oceola Cemetery near Bucyrus with full military honors.

If desired, memorial contributions may be made in his memory to his family.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Mount Gilead are honored to have been chosen to serve Lloyd’s family and your condolences may be expressed to them by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • I was so glad we got to visit right before Dad’s passing and we relived a lot of good memories. Dad always loved to tell jokes, so get ready God. He is still pretty ornery too, but that was dad. Any time I talked to him on the phone or visited with him, his conversation always ended with “I love you, kid” and I know he did. He will be missed by those who loved him. Dad earned a purple heart at Pork Chop Hill in Korea. He was so humble about that and never felt himself a hero, but he was and I am proud of the way he served his country. Rest in peace, dad!

    • I played cards with your Dad at Hidden Lakes on most week ends,he always kept an eye on our kids as he did his rounds on the golf cart.he will surely be missed . RIP Lloyd

  • Thanks for all the childhood memories you gave me at the campgrounds. I knew I was safe and if we needed and thing we could go to you at anytime if needed. You will truly be miss. Your family are in my prayers. Rip thumps

  • I have known Lloyd my entire life playing cards with him throwing darts board games fishing hunting not once can I recall Lloyd ever being in bad spirits he was always happy and smiling he was only a family friend but much much more like family you know the “ornery uncle” that teaches the younger kids how to be ornery he used to come over to our home in pulaskiville and play cards and games for hours on end it’s definitely cherished memories that will never be forgotten you will be and already are missed “Lloydie” hope you have the cards shuffled and the table ready for when we meet again

  • I’m sorry to hear of your loss! He will always be remembered he was always the joker. Always made my day to hear him say howdy with his thump up. My family always went to his house to visit plus he was my neighbor. My dad always enjoyed going coon hunting with him. Him and dad will have a great time in heaven with all their jokes they will play on each other. Again sorry for your loss! Hugs to you La Vonne you guys were always great to me when I was growing up.
    Hugs to you and family
    Jean kincaid

  • I’ll never forget you loyde all the card games yaytzee games we played every day I believe all the joking we did I’ll never forget when when you smacked me on the back and my little dog max jumped up and bite you on your bottom lol that was funny you will be missed by many I loved you like a brother you have gained your wings now watch over lavone. You was a great friend I’ll will miss you

  • My family has known Grandpa Lloyd most of my life and I am 36 now … he will be greatly missed by so many .. I will cherish his memories forever and more … Love you old man rest easy and fly high .. just don’t cause to much trouble …

  • Sorry for ur loss mommy..he was luved by many…but now he has no pain..I will be waiting for him to tell me beautiful heaven is…R.I..P thumbs.. mad luv forever n alwYs!!!

  • My father Billy Beck worked with Lloyd at Marion Power Shovel.My father often spoke of all jokes and pranks the guys pulled on each other.I never met Lloyd myself but my father spoke very highly of him may God give you peace and comfort during this time.

  • Rip thumbs we will forever miss you. You where a big part of my childhood. Hidden lakes would have not been the same without you.