Susan Campbell Lloyd, 75, of Chestnut Hill died peacefully in her residence on November 12 following a courageous battle with an aggressive neuro muscular disease. She was the wife of Thomas Lloyd and daughter of Melvin H. and Ellen Campbell of York, Pa. Born April 20, 1942, Susan attended York Country Day School and graduated from Mount Vernon Seminary, Washington, D.C. in 1960. Two years later she graduated from Garland Junior College in Boston, Ma. and began teaching at Episcopal Academy here in Philadelphia. She enjoyed working with children very much. After her marriage and moving to Chestnut Hill, she worked at Chestnut Hill Academy where, with the encouragement of Headmaster Barnaby Roberts, she established and directed a community service program offered by few other schools at the time. Her students were employed in many different ways. One of her projects was a Special Olympics held each year at the school for young victims of cerebral palsy disorder. Susan was a great listener and was often sought out by her students for advice. Most of all, however, she was a devoted and loving wife, mother and grandmother. Nothing made Susan happier than being at home with her family and enjoying the many things that the family did together. She was a true lady in every sense of the word. She is survived by her husband, her daughter, Ellen L. Eglin of Darien, Ct., her son Thomas B. Lloyd of Chevy Chase, Md., two grandsons, Thomas C. Eglin and Samuel S. Eglin and by her brother, Melvin H. Campbell, Jr. of York. Her memorial service was private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Philabundance, 3616 South Galloway St., Phila. Pa. 19148 or the Parkinson’s Council, 111 Presidential Blvd., Suite 141, Bala Cynwyd. Pa. 19004..