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Lloyd Randolph Massey

September 28, 1987 - March 11, 2016


Lloyd was born in Portland, Oregon, to Charles "Randy" Massey and Vicki Black Massey.  Lloyd died after being hit by a car in Carmichael, California.
As children, Lloyd and three siblings formed "The Hot Shot Tap Dancers."  They taught tap and performed throughout Oregon and Washington and were contestants on America's Got Talent.
In 2002, the family moved to Salem.  After graduation from Sprague High School, Lloyd attended Western Oregon University and then became the show announcer for WGAS Motor Sports headquartered in Cool, California.  At the time of his death, Lloyd was President of WGAS.
Lloyd is one of 14 siblings.  Brothers and sisters are Carl, Bethany, Kyle, John, Karema, Janet deceased, Donna, Wayne, Rhonda, Tammy, Gerald, Angela, and Charles deceased, plus many nieces and nephews. 
Visitation will be from 10:00 a.m. til 5:00 p.m. Saturday, March 26th, at Virgil T. Golden Funeral Service in Salem.  Funeral Services will be held 11:00 a.m. Monday, March 28th, at Salem Alliance Church with a reception and graveside service  following.

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To Lloyd's mother and siblings, Thank you for sharing your wonderful son/brother with us!  His light shone brightly and burned out way too soon!  We are so fortunate to have known him this past ten years.  He brought so much joy into our lives, we cannot thank you enough for sharing the wonderful star we all called Lloyd.   Jim, Carol and Christopher Allen



RIP our friend. Gus dog & us will miss you @ P&S lane…our hearts are broken.
Condolences to ur family <3



I was attending our local county fair this week. my daughter and I noticed Lloyd wasn't announcing ,but we didn't know  why. After the show was over they flashed a tribute on the T.V. about Lloyd. I came home and googled him. His passing is such a great loss to everyone, We really missed him. Our thoughts are with his family. God Bless from San Diego