Lloyd, Charles R. "Charlie" age 89, died peacefully, surrounded by family on Friday, November 12, 2021. Charlie was born on August 9, 1932, in Mitchell, South Dakota to J. Harold and Esther (Johnson) Lloyd. He received his undergraduate degree in Business from Northwestern University in Chicago in 1955, and his law degree from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul in 1962. Charlie practiced trust law and financial consulting in Minneapolis for 60 years. Charlie was a veteran of the U.S. Army, 1955-1957. On June 25, 1955, he married Janice Ripley Biggert. They raised five children: Sue, Mike, Judy, Stephanie, and Katy. Charlie had a passion for living. Known for his perseverance, strength, curiosity, humor, and story-telling, Charlie immersed himself in sport, service work, church, and most importantly, family. At various times in life, Charlie was involved with car racing, skiing, running (15 marathons), triathlons (3x Hawaii Ironman), cycling, tennis, and golf. Active in a 12-Step recovery program, he freely gave of his time to those in need. A long-time member, deacon, and one-time moderator at Plymouth Congregational Church, Charlie was a dedicated lay leader who helped the church through many big and small decisions over the years. And as a husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, Charlie prior- itized spending time with family; laughing, telling jokes and stories, playing games, traveling worldwide, and enjoying one another. He liked to say, "We don't just love each other; we actually like each other!" Charlie was preceded in death by his father, Harold; his mother, Esther; brother, John; and sister, Barbara. He is survived by his wife Jan, his five children and their spouses; Sue and Scott, Mike and Dani, Judy and Derek, Stephanie and Dean, and Katy and Carl; grandchildren Christa, Chandra, Katelyn, Drew, Michael, Dylan, Anika, Gabriella, Mariah, Isaac, Adeline, Ben, and Greta; and great-grandchildren Rylan, Nolan, Brynn, Everly, Gavin, and Eliza. An intellectual, voracious reader and pragmatist, Charlie opted to donate his body to the University of Minnesota for scientific research. A memorial service will be held at a future date at Plymouth Congregational Church. Donations may be made to Minneapolis AA Intergroup: aaminneapolis.org/ or to the Groveland Food shelf plymouth.org/give/ a program of Plymouth Congregational Church, for which Charlie volunteered.