Tributes paid to Jacqueline Carol Lloyd after fatal traffic collision


Photo: Jacqueline Carol Lloyd

A tribute from the family of Jacqueline Carol Lloyd, who died following a road traffic collision on Butts Lane, Southport on Sunday, 17 May:

“Jacqueline Carol Lloyd, known to everyone as Jackie, was born in Ellesmere Port, and moved to Southport in 2009 to be with her future husband Jonathan, who she married in Las Vegas in 2010.  Mother to Daniel and James and step mother to Amy,  Jackie was a driven ambitious women devoted to her family and her career.  Nothing mattered more to Jackie than her family and friends, to whom she gave her endless energy.  At the same time, Jackie devoted her life to a major blue chip company and had advanced to senior global management roles during her service of over 30 years.

“When not looking after the family, Jackie was a keen follower of fashion who never failed to maintain her high standards by taking pride in her appearance. She could always be seen wearing the very latest trends and looking immaculate, regardless of the activity or occasion.

“When time permitted, Jackie would not sit still and threw herself into numerous activities and hobbies.  Over the years she had kept herself busy with her own Jet ski, various motorbikes and horse-riding.

“Jackie was a very private individual, but at the same time a true people person.  For many people across the globe, she was a loyal, trusted friend and had established long lasting relationships, from people from many different cultures and countries.

“Jackie  was a happy person, with a great sense of humour, full of life and energy. When indoors, Jackie loved to cook, was an avid reader and had a strong passion for music.  Above all nothing made Jackie happier than simply being at home with all of her family around her.  Jackie has left a gap in all of our lives, that can never be filled, and she will be greatly missed by everybody that knew her.”

The family have now asked that they be left alone and allowed time to grieve.

Officers are continuing to appeal to anyone who may have witnessed the incident or who can help with the investigation to contact 0151 777 5747 and again thanked members of the public for their patience and understanding during the extensive road closures on Monday morning.


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