Clyde Otis Lott, age 89, of Wesley Chapel, Florida, passed away on August 6, 2020.
Born in Orlando, Florida in 1931, he spent his early years as a horse jockey, traveling the east coast of the United States. Later, as a carpenter, he helped usher in the building boom of the 1960’s and 1970’s in South Florida. Clyde also helped in building the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center. His love of nature took him to the far reaches of the United States in the form of family cross country trips, to solo train rides.
Later in life, he became a beach ambassador for Haulover Beach, South Florida, before moving to New Mexico and back to Central Florida. He will always be remembered as a caring father who worked two jobs so his children could have a better life. He will be sorely missed.
Clyde is survived by his children, Terry A. Lott and Sherry L. Lott Campbell, plus two grandchildren and three great grandchildren. A private ceremony with be held at a future date.