Alfred Stossel Biography (2021) Washington Post

STOESSELL ALFRED LLOYD STOESSELL FOF CHURCH Alfred Lloyd Stossel, VA died at his home safely on September 29, 2021 from MDS, his family mourned. Lloyd’s 50-year-old loving wife, Pamela Baker Stocel, the proud children, Terrell Benke (Eric) from Bethesda, MDA and Sherban, MA and grandchildren; He was the brother of Marilyn Seifer (Carl) of Florida and Germany, and of Ron Stocelel of North Carolina, and of Alfred Stossel and of Marcella Prito Stocelel, both of whom preceded him. Lloyd was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1941 and grew up in Lake Madville, where he grew up in camp, traveler, boat, and eagle badge. After graduating from Crowley High School, he enrolled in an honorary program at Louisiana State University and became a member of the P Gamma Delta Brotherhood. Lloyd graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 1962 and a master’s degree in chemistry, physics and mathematics. He was sent from ROTC as a regular officer in the Air Force. A.D. In 1965, he was enrolled in the National Science Foundation Scholarship to study higher energy physics at Cornell University. Lloyd’s active duties included Air Force Weapons Laboratory, New Mexico, and the Agency for Advanced Research Projects. , Participated in high-power laser equipment and optimized optics research programs in Washington, DC. A.D. In 1971, he met Pam on a snowboard in Pennsylvania. Six months later they were married. At the end of the Vietnam War, he left the Commission to work as a civil servant on high-intensity laser weapons programs, first with the general staff of the army and then with the command of the Navy Systems. A.D. In 1984, he worked for the Reagan Strategic Defense Initiative (SDOO), the Defense Nuclear Regulatory Agency (DNA) and later SDIO on space-based hijackings, ground-based missile defense systems, and the Israeli Arrow Program. A.D. He retired in 2002. After retiring, Lloyd and Pam continued traveling with Terrell and Todd and their families. With his love of education, he continued to study online and at the University of Marymont. He was an active member of the Rotary Club of Bailey Crossroads and St. Peter’s Basilica Church. A memorial service will be held later. In lieu of flowers, in his name to St. Peter the Archangel Church, 4250 N. Glebe Rd. , Arlington, VA 22207 or the Riley Club Bailey Crossroads Foundation, Po. Box 1510, Bailey Crossroads, VA 22041. Memorial service will be held later. In lieu of flowers, in his name to St. Peter the Archangel Church, 4250 N. Glebe Rd. , Arlington, VA 22207 or Rotary Club of Bailey’s Crossroads Foundation, PO Box 1510, Bailey’s Crossroads, VA 22041.

Published by the Washington Post on October 3, 2021.

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