unknown - June 8, 2013
Lloyd Park Crumb died on Saturday, June 8, 2013. He was born in Utica on June 12, 1918. Lloyd served in the Army/Air Corp during WWII in Africa and the European campaigns. His work as a civil engineer took him too many areas in the eastern United States and Michigan. He was the supervising construction engineer on the Cross Bronx Expressway, parts of the New York Thruway and the second span of the Delaware Memorial Bridge. He then took jobs in Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Lloyd is survived by his wife Dorothy (Oakey) Crumb and two children, L. Damon Crumb and Lloyd K. Crumb. He will be buried with military honors in the Leonardsville, N.Y., cemetery. For guest book, visit online: scheppfamily.com.