Lloyd Edward Fleming, 86, of Nashua, died Saturday, June 20, 2020, in Billings.
He was born Dec. 14, 1933, in Rockhill-Orbisonia, Pa., to Clarence and Adaline Rogers. He received his early education at Rockhill Elementary School, graduated from Orbisonia High School and attended Texas A& M.
He married Edna Storkson on Aug. 2, 1959, at the First Lutheran Church in Glasgow. The couple made their home throughout the U.S., since they moved where he was stationed by the Air Force. He enjoyed his time in the Air Force, which was a very large part of his life. He retired from the Air Force in 1979. Following his retirement he and his family moved to Nashua, where he worked as a town cop for a while and then later worked for a number of years as a supervisor for Western Maintenance.
He loved listening to country music, watching the news and reading history. He enjoyed boating, waterskiing and camping. He loved driving through the mountains and nature watching. In his younger days, he could be found riding his motorcycle. He did a 100mile “Run For Your Life” at Ellington AFB Sprinter in 1974 for which he received a trophy.
He is survived by his wife of 61 years, Edna Fleming; daughters, Peggy Fleming of Nashua, Tracy Olsen of Miles City, Wendy Fleming of Wolf Point and Crystal Fleming of Nashua; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; sister, Alice Strohm of Bainbridge, Pa.; and brother, Ronnie Fleming of Orbisonia, Pa.
He was preceded in death by a brother, Clarence; and sisters, Dorothy, Mary and Catherine.
A graveside service with military honors was held Wednesday, June 24, at Highland Cemetery with Pastor Todd Wright officiating.