Louise Lloyd was born to the union of Richard A. Lloyd, Jr. and Annie L. Bickley Lloyd on April 11, 1933 in Wetumpka, Alabama. She was raised with love under the care of her grandparents, Richard and Charlotte Lloyd.

In 1950, she married her former-husband Tommie Williams, and from the union James, Debra, and Annetta “Nita” were born. Tommie and Louise moved to Saint Louis, Missouri in 1955.

Louise made an impact on the lives she touched from her career to the community she served. She was formally recognized with numerous awards for her philanthropic contributions and achievements. Louise had a love for gardening, baking, playing the piano, singing, teaching Sunday school, and witnessing to others of the love of Christ. With a spirit and gift to serve, teach and pour into others; she will be truly missed.

She was preceded by death by her mother, father, brother (William), son, James Williams, and grandson, Jeffery Reed Jr. Louise has three children James (Patricia) Williams, Debra Reed, Annetta “Nita” (Sami) Vickers-Bentil. She has seven grandchildren: Antonio Williams, Jeffery Reed Jr., Keith (Gloria) Williams, Bill (Trinette) Vickers, Dedra (George) Smith, James Williams Jr., and Tabitha Vickers.

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