Lloyd L. Packer, 95, of Moorhead, Minnesota died Wednesday, June 8th at the Elders Home in New York Mills, Minnesota. Visitation: One hour prior to the service at the church Service: 10:30 a.m. " Saturday, June 11, 2011, at Christian & Missionary Alliance Church, Wadena, Minnesota Burial: Rosemound Cemetery, Barnesville, Minnesota Lloyd Leonard Packer was born October 12, 1915 in Barnesville, Minnesota to Alfred and Ella (Dau) Packer. He grew up in Barnesville, where he married Edna Mae Bowden on March 3, 1949. Following their marriage they lived in Barnesville until 1968, when they moved to Moorhead. Together they had four children: Leonard, Sharon, Debora and Gary. Lloyd worked for the railroad, the elevator in Barnesville, the Texaco station and the Barnesville Creamery. After moving to Moorhead, he worked for John T. Jones Construction and the Silverline Boat Company until his retirement. He worked as a security guard at Archies Discount after his retirement. Lloyd spent three years in the service of his country during World War II. He was deployed in the Philippine Islands. He was awarded the Medal of Honor and was honorably discharged. Lloyd was a member of the Minnesota Sheriffs Association. He enjoyed fishing, spending time outdoors at Sybil Lake near Vergas and spending time with his family. Lloyd is survived by son: Leonard (Judy) Packer, Big Lake, Minnesota; daughters: Sharon (Richard) Harding, Battle Lake, Minnesota, Debora (Dale) Rickford, Casselton, ND; son: Gary (Brenda) Packer, Wadena, Minnesota; ten grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Lloyd was preceded in death by his wife, Edna; parents, Alfred and Ella; brothers, Clarence, Art, Ralph, and infant brother, Albert; sisters, Florence and Violet.