Gilbert Victor Lloyd
Gilbert Victor Lloyd, age 74, of Broadus, MT, passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011 at the Memorial Hospital of Sheridan in Sheridan, WY.
Gib was born March 4, 1937 the son of John “Vic” and Evelyn (Watson) Lloyd in Miles City, MT. Gib grew up and attended country school at Moon Creek until he attended Custer County High School in Miles City where he graduated in 1954. After high school Gib attended college at New Mexico State where he graduated with his degree in teaching. After graduation, he did his student teaching in Roy, NM, and afterwards moved to Broadus where he taught at the grade school and also Vo Ag. He retired from teaching after he bought the Laveque’s place to become a full-time rancher.
Gib liked to rodeo and raise rodeo livestock including a bulls and horses that went to the National Finals Rodeo. He was a Gold Card Member of the PRCA. Along with ranching, Gib owned a couple of sale barns one in Gering, NE and one in Sheridan, WY and also owned an Outfitting business.
Gib truly enjoyed buying and selling livestock, traveling to rodeos and playing Pinnacle with his good friends.
Gib is survived by his son, James (Molly) Lloyd of Billings, MT; daughter, Vicki Loomis of Dighton, KS; two brothers, Gary Lloyd of Sheridan, WY and Roy Watson of Billings, MT; two sisters, Betty Kiser of Laramie, WY and Joyce Malley of Miles City; six grandchildren, Alighta Lloyd, Mariah Lloyd and Sierra Lloyd, Mitch Stout, Pruitt Loomis and McKoy Loomis, and one great-grandchild, Bailey Stout.
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