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Board honors service

FAIRLAWN — May was a rough month for Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority with the death of two members of its Board of Directors.
Winston Thomas Snead, Pulaski County Sewerage Authority’s representative on the board died May 9, the day after Pepper’s Ferry’s May meeting.
Then a little less than two weeks later, Radford City board alternate Roy L. “Bob” Lloyd Jr. died May 21.
Last week, the authority’s board recognized both men’s service to their respective organizations and the New River Valley as a whole by passing resolutions of honor.
Snead was the only board member ever to have represented the sewerage authority on Pepper’s Ferry. He had been a member of the board since 1980.
Lloyd had served as Radford’s alternate board representative since 1978. “Bob rarely ever missed an Authority Board meeting even when his attendance was not required,” the resolution points out.
Lloyd was assistant city manager of the City of Radford for more than 30 years. He also was a U.S. Army Reserve veteran with 39 years of continuous service.
Both men also served on various other organizations throughout the valley.

Board honors service

FAIRLAWN — May was a rough month for Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority with the death of two members of its Board of Directors.
Winston Thomas Snead, Pulaski County Sewerage Authority’s representative on the board died May 9, the day after Pepper’s Ferry’s May meeting.
Then a little less than two weeks later, Radford City board alternate Roy L. “Bob” Lloyd Jr. died May 21.
Last week, the authority’s board recognized both men’s service to their respective organizations and the New River Valley as a whole by passing resolutions of honor.
Snead was the only board member ever to have represented the sewerage authority on Pepper’s Ferry. He had been a member of the board since 1980.
Lloyd had served as Radford’s alternate board representative since 1978. “Bob rarely ever missed an Authority Board meeting even when his attendance was not required,” the resolution points out.
Lloyd was assistant city manager of the City of Radford for more than 30 years. He also was a U.S. Army Reserve veteran with 39 years of continuous service.
Both men also served on various other organizations throughout the valley.