Stephanie Anne Lloyd, British businesswoman, Died at 70

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Stephanie Anne Lloyd (née Keith Michael Hull) was born on May 25, 1946, and died on September 18, 2016.

She was a British business woman and hotelier.

She was based in the Welsh town of Llangollen, where she lived with her husband David who runs a food chain.

Stephanie starred in the reality television series about her businesses Hotel Stephanie for BBC Wales in 2008 and 2009.

Stephanie Anne Lloyd decided in 1984 to create a business catering to the transgender and tranvestite community.

Stephanie Anne Lloyd was persuaded that a massage service that offered prostitution services was both legal, and could quickly solve her financial difficulties.

Lloyd was arrested for running a bawdy house and pleaded guilty.

During 2008, Mentorn Cymru started production of reality television series Hotel Stephanie for BBC Wales.

That series focused on Lloyd and her running of her hotel chain, based mainly on activities around Llangollen.

However, the programme was commissioned for a second series in 2009, which focused on the couples takeover and refurbishment of The Wynnstay Arms hotel in Wrexham.

She died in a tractor accident at a farm on the outskirts of Corwen in North Wales.

Stephanie Anne Lloyd passed away at 70 years old.