Gary D. Floyd
September 21, 1950 - May 17, 2019
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Gary D. Floyd, 68, of Park Hills, KY, passed away on Friday, May 17, 2019 in Edgewood, KY. He retired from the banking industry. Gary was an all around athlete throughout his life and especially enjoyed golf. He loved spending time with his 3 children, his 7 grandchildren and watching the Memorial Day Parade go by his home. Gary was preceded in death by his parents: James Floyd and Jean Rodgers and brother: Richard Floyd. He is survived by his daughters: Tina (Darrell) Smith, Tracie (Todd) Cliff and Nicole Elliott; grandchildren: Alexandra Smith, Nicholas Smith, Jacob Cliff, Logan Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Jayden Cliff and Noah Elliott; step-mother: Jeanetta Floyd; brothers: Donnie (Patty) Ewing and Pastor Kelly Floyd and sisters: Tami (Ed) Stone, Terri (Dale) Cox and Renee Floyd. Visitation will be on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at Connley Brothers Funeral Home, 11 East Southern Avenue, Covington (Latonia), KY, 41015, from 4:00 P.M. until 7:00 P.M. Funeral Services will be held on Friday, May 24, 2019 at 10:00 A.M. at Connley Brothers Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Highland Cemetery, Ft, Mitchell, KY. Memorials are suggested to the Dragonfly Foundation, In honor of his Princess Elizabeth Smith, 9275 Governors Way, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45249. Online condolences may be expressed on Facebook or at www.connleybrothersfuneral home.com.
Nikki - May 24, 2019
My dearest Uncle Gary.. I will always remember you as the funny guy you were. I have lots of happy memories of my times over in the U.S visiting you all..never wanting to leave..Say Hi to Dad & Grandma for me & give my gorgeous lil Evie a big kiss n cuddle from me!! Always in my heart.. Sweet Dreams.. x x x
John Dunhoft - May 20, 2019
I had the pleasure for many years playing softball against Gary and he was a friend and fun to be around. May God Bless him and his family. RIP Gary. JD
Tony Neubroch - May 19, 2019
For so many years I was privileged to be included the the annual family guys’ trip to the lake in the fall. We spent days playing golf, on the lake, cooking and eating and enjoying a drink or three with each other in the evenings. Gary was an absolute joy to be with - his dry sense of humor, infectious laugh and wicked smile were fabulous. He and I often shared a golf cart and we’d talk and crack jokes. He was a proud dad and grandpa; loved you all. And he loved us. My life is richer having been his friend. RIP Gary, and hit ‘Em straight !
Duane McQueen - May 19, 2019
Once, at a pre-roarkreunion golf outing, I had the privilege of playing on Gary's team. After watching him nail shot after shot, I asked him how I might improve my game. He thought for a moment then deadpanned, "Play more than once a year" and walked off. That was Gary.