In loving memory of

Kathryn E. Lloyd
May 3, 1924 - December 1, 2020

Kathryn Elizabeth (Baumann) Lloyd was born on May 3, 1924, in Ledyard, IA, the daughter of Fred and Elizabeth (Post) Baumann. She grew up in Ledyard, attending Ledyard High School through the 11th grade.

She married Marvin J. Lloyd on January 24, 1941, in Fairmont, MN. She lived in Ledyard all her life except for two years in California while her husband was in the services.

Kathryn enjoyed gardening, flowers, bird watching, and cooking. She was a member of the Bethany E&R Church.

Kathryn died Tuesday, December 1, 2020, at MercyOne North Iowa, Mason City. She was 96.

She is survived by her sons, Larry Lloyd and his wife Kay of Frost, MN and Robert Lloyd and his partner Jeff Schneider of Portland, OR; two granddaughters, Julie (Marcus) Reeves-Martin of Rochester, MN, and DiAnna Montgomery of Arnolds Park; five great-grandchildren, Christina, Alicia, Riley, Cassidy, and Ally, and many nieces and nephews.

Kathryn was preceded in death by her husband, Marvin; parents, Fred and Elizabeth; brothers, Otto, William, and Irvin Baumann; and two sisters, Ida Rienke and Elsie Anderson.

Services will be held this summer at a date yet to be determined at Bethany E & R Church in Ledyard with burial in Highland Home Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to her family through the "Support Family" link on her obituary page or sent to North Iowa Food for Families, P.O. Box, 124, Buffalo Center, IA 50424, in memory of Kathryn.


Janie Zimmerman wrote on Dec 9, 2020:

"Rob, I\'m so sorry for your loss. I know your mom meant the world to you! I\'m glad she is at peace. Love you, Janie Z"

Beth Klope wrote on Dec 8, 2020:

"Rob, We are so sorry for your loss. Your mom was a good friend and neighbor to our family. I have good memories of her- visiting with her many times through our school years. We always had a good laugh! Ledyard has lost a kind and treasured member of their community. She will be missed, for sure. May you find comfort knowing that she is now in her eternal home. Prayers and hugs. -Beth and Dave Klope"

Duane Matheson wrote on Dec 5, 2020:

"Kate was a wonderful friend. She made the best cinnamon rolls there ever were. She was a wonderful conversationalist and had a great sense of humor. She was the only person on the planet that I ever rode an elephant with. I will miss her laugh and her sincereity. She had a remarkable long life just like her mother. I will miss you Kate and I will think of all the laughs we had on our phone calls. My sympathies to Kates family and friends."

Steve Reilly wrote on Dec 5, 2020:

"Rob, please accept my condolences on your loss. Everyone who knew Kate will miss her. I will always have fond memories of car pooling with her back and forth to Green Giant during summers while in high school. She was wonderful."

Hank & Pam Pedersen wrote on Dec 4, 2020:

"Our sympathy in your loss. Kate was just a delight, and she will be missed. "

Sandy Johnson wrote on Dec 3, 2020:

"Larry and Robert...Our sympathy to your family. Kate was such a unique lady, always left a lasting impression (always positive). Ledyard has lost a piece of it\'s history in this special lady, our town was blessed. Bill and Sandy (Warner) Johnson"

Cheryl Hamp wrote on Dec 3, 2020:

"Larry and Robert - My prayers of peace are for you both to know that Kate is now with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Lucky Kate. When I think of all the good times I had with Kate in high school I still chuckle. She was funny but most of all she was kind. You were fortunate to have had Kate for a mother."

John & Connie Pedersen wrote on Dec 3, 2020:

"Our most sincere sympathy to Kate\'s family. She was a special lady to many. Always had a fun time when Kate was around lots of fun stories to hear about Kate. She was definitely a Ledyard treasure. R.I.P. Kate. we remember you with a smile. "

Casey Payseno wrote on Dec 2, 2020:

"Rob, I\'m so very sorry for your loss. Kathryn was such a wonderful and kind person, and her presence always brought a smile to everyone she met. She will be missed by everyone who was lucky enough to know her. -Casey "

Jerry and Becky Johnson wrote on Dec 2, 2020:

"Larry and Robert, Our deepest sympathy in the loss of your Mom. She was truly one-of-a-kind. Such a special lady. Have many memories of her as our girls basketball chaperone at LHS. Also when she helped your Dad as custodian at the school. Ledyard has lost another icon and she will be missed by many. Jerry and Becky Johnson"