Lloyd Chambers

Lloyd Lee Chambers

Sunday, October 15th, 1939 - Tuesday, June 23rd, 2020
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Lloyd Lee Chambers, a Northwest Arkansas resident for 46 years, rode off into his last sunset on June 23, 2020 at age 80. Self-described as “an old mossback”, he was born at home and grew up in Glen Roy, OH to a family established in the area since pioneer times. Lloyd spent his youth pursuing higher education and teaching with a literary focus, attaining a Masters in English. He attended Wilmington College in Ohio, taught in Memphis, TN, Hardin-Simmons in Abilene, TX, University of Texas at Austin, and he was a professor of English at the University of Arkansas, where his name can be found written in the sidewalk.
Lloyd met his future wife and mother of his children, Lynn, in Austin, TX and later fell in love with the Ozarks, which reminded him of Appalachian Ohio, and here he started a family in the country. He was easygoing, humble, imaginative, quick-witted, and a great listener. He was always willing to lend a hand, loved to laugh and always found a way to be positive. He loved being outdoors. He had a love for horses, hill culture, and reflected fondly on his cowboy days. He was truly a singular man, making an impression on everyone he met.
He was preceded by father Carl, mother Dorothy, sisters Gladys, Doris, and Esther, and is survived by sister Jean of Dayton, OH, sons Logan Chambers of Farmington, AR and Lathan Chambers of Little Elm, TX and grandchildren Bryson, Jocelyn, and Cadence Chambers of Farmington, AR.
Lloyd is resting eternally in Brentwood Cemetery.

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Ian and Holly Anderson

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Lloyd we are privileged to know you and will cherish the times we got to see you. Rest well friend.
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Logan Chambers

Posted at 10:08pm
My father Lloyd Chambers gave me many great memories! One of my earliest memories that will stick with me forever is the times he would pull over on our dirt road and let me steer while sitting on his lap and he did the pedals. He would pop in a Wille Nelson 8 track of On the road again and away we would drive. My brother would be hanging out the passenger window grabbing at fescue grass. It was a daily tradition for us as kids. It is something I have done with my own kids. He was the kind of guy that would literally give someone the shirt off his back. He was always good for a laugh and had a great sense of humor. He loved his cowboy days and he loved his family! Cowboy hat, medium length beard, flannel shirt, longhorn belt buckle, cowboy cut jeans, cowboy boots=Lloyd Chambers! Ride on daddy! Love you! Logan Chambers

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