Biography: The life of Lloyd “Winkie Scout” Facey began at 13 Eastwood Park Road on May 18, 1952. He was born the sixth child of Veron and Wilhelmenia Smith-Facey. His siblings, Kathleen and Owen Facey have preceded him on their heavenly journey.
Lloyd attended Ms. Tennant’s Basic School, Half-Way Tree Primary School, and Tarrant High School. After High School, he tried his hands at farming and sold what he farmed. He also opened a stall and sold different products. During this time he met Audrey Blidgen and from their coupling, Gregory and Kirkland Facey were born. He also worked at Berger Paints for a short time before migrating to the United States.
Upon migrating to the United States, he worked as a day laborer. He later obtained employment working in the
construction field. As he increased his skill set, he became extremely proficient and proud of his handiwork. He later met Joanne Moore and they had two daughters: Laura and Miracle Moore-Facey. Years later, he met and cohabitated with Nicole Woodley and their union produced Lloyd N. Facey.
Besides taking great pride in his agricultural skills, he also prided himself on his cycling skills. He cycled everywhere he went! He also loved walking as a pastime. Over the course of his life, Lloyd touched many lives and he will be greatly missed.
He leaves behind to mourn his loss, his five children: Gregory, Kirkland, Laura, Miracle, and Lloyd; his grandchildren;
Kirkland “Miguel” Facey, and 9-month old Sage Powell. His siblings; Alvin, Delroy, Yvonne, and Bernadette. Aunt Birdie, and a host of cousins, nieces and nephews, and many friends.