Frank A. Lloyd, Jr, 92, died Monday May 15, 2011 in Philadelphia. He was a resident of Center City, Philadelphia and for over thirty years he was the owner and director of the House of Lloyd, Travel Organization, personally conducting day tours to museums, theatres and sight seeing; longer trips and cruises worldwide. He was always pleased with the success of his work.
He was born in Fairmont, West Virginia, educated in the local schools and graduated from Columbia University. Following graduation he joined Actors Equity and became a professional actor/singer in Broadway touring companies and summer stock. After several years he turned to directing and worked directing summer stock companies. He worked with the Department of the Army teaching a course to GI's to set up and entertain the troops. After his work with the Army he returned to Columbia University for a Masters Degree in Speech and Drama. He then worked with early television stations, he worked in radio, continued booking and directing shows and in 1972 was appointed Executive Director of the Philadelphia Art Alliance until 1975.He then began his own "House of Lloyd", a travel organization which he operated for the rest of his life.
Services and interment are private according to his wishes.
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