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Samuel T. Lloyd III

Samuel T. Lloyd III (born 1950 [1]) is a priest of the Episcopal Church in the United States who served as the ninth Dean of the Washington National Cathedral,[2] having been installed there on April 23, 2005, and serving until September 18, 2011. Before his tenure as Dean, he had been the Rector of Trinity Church in Boston, Massachusetts, one of the largest Episcopal congregations in the United States.[3] He returned to Trinity after leaving the National Cathedral.[4] Earlier in his ministry he had been Chaplain of the University of the South and Rector of the Church of St. Paul and the Redeemer in Chicago, Illinois.

He is a regent of the University of the South, a trustee of Episcopal Media Center, and is on the Board of Ministry at Harvard University. He has been published in several Anglican journals and is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force.


Lloyd holds a University of Mississippi in 1971.[5]


  1. ^ Dias, Elizabeth, "Hope Amid Disaster: Sermons After the Boston Bombings : In the wake of the deadly terror attack at the Boston Marathon, pastors and religious leaders across the country share their plans for comforting their communities", Time magazine, April 20, 2013
  2. ^ Orr, jimmy (22 January 2009). "Obama's first day on the job".  
  3. ^ "Peter C. Erichsen Named Vice President and General Counsel to the J. Paul Getty Trust".  
  4. ^ "Priest back after 7 years to lead Trinity Church".  
  5. ^ Cf. biography at the Washington National Cathedral website

External links

  • Brief biography on Washington National Cathedral site

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