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Hawley introduces resolution honoring Natalie and Davy Lloyd

WASHINGTON — U.S. Senator Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) introduced a resolution honoring the lives and service of Natalie and Davy Lloyd. The Missouri missionaries were tragically killed last month by gangs while serving in Haiti. The resolution recognizes Natalie and Davy’s efforts in serving the local community in Haiti and honors the incredible legacy the young couple leaves behind.

“All of Missouri mourns the loss of Natalie and Davy Lloyd. They had servants’ hearts, were exceptional missionaries, and great Americans,” said Senator Hawley. “They selflessly dedicated their lives to serving the Lord and others, and the U.S. Senate honors their legacy.”

Last month, Senator Hawley urged President Biden to mobilize all resources at his disposal to protect the transport of the remains of Natalie and Davy Lloyd as they traveled back home to Missouri from Haiti. Senator Hawley worked closely with the State Department since he first learned the Lloyd’s were in danger. First, to try and provide assistance prior to their death, and then, to bring the Lloyds back home to Missouri.

Read the full resolution here or below.

Honoring the lives and service of Natalie and Davy Lloyd and expressing condolences to the family of Natalie and Davy Lloyd.

Whereas Natalie Elizabeth Lloyd—

(1) was born on March 2, 2003, in Joplin, Missouri;
(2) graduated from Ozark Christian Academy and Ozark Bible Institute and College; and
(3) was known for her exceptionally kind heart and love for everyone she encountered and her dedication to caring for children;

Whereas David (referred to in this preamble as “Davy”) Joseph Lloyd, III—

(1) was born on July 3, 2000, in Tulsa, Oklahoma;
(2) grew up in Haiti, developing a heart for the Haitian community; and
(3) graduated from Ozark Bible Institute and College in Neosho in April 2022 and went on to become an effective preacher;

Whereas Natalie and Davy Lloyd were married on June 18, 2022, at the Bible Holiness Assembly of God in Neosho, Missouri;

Whereas Natalie and Davy Lloyd began their married life together in Neosho, Missouri;

Whereas Natalie and Davy Lloyd became full-time missionaries in Haiti in January 2023 with Missions in Haiti, serving the Haitian community and, in particular, Haitian children through a local orphanage; and

Whereas Natalie and Davy Lloyd were tragically killed by unlawful Haitian gangs on May 23, 2024: Now, therefore, be it

Resolved, That the Senate—

(1) extends heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Natalie and David (referred to in this resolution as “Davy”) Lloyd;
(2) recognizes and honors Natalie and Davy Lloyd as extraordinarily faithful missionaries, exceptional Missourians, and great Americans who selflessly dedicated their entire lives to God and serving others; and
(3) commemorates the amazing work Natalie and Davy Lloyd completed as missionaries in Haiti and the powerful legacy that the young couple leaves.

 

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