Lloyd Claycomb, Businessman, Philanthropist, CEO/Chairman of the Board for United Builders Service, Inc., a multinational company.
Lloyd Claycomb founded United Builders Service (UBS) in 1978, and he has guided its growth since into a widely respected national firm. Lloyd and his team have managed projects nationally and internationally encompassing various commercial operations, residential, government facilities, prisons, public schools and several military operations such as Fort Drum in upstate New York, which is the largest land-based military housing project in the United States. Because of his business and leadership expertise, Lloyd has also served as a board member for organizations such as Grand Canyon State Bank, Silverleaf Aviation, and Design Builders of Montana.
Lloyd Claycomb first recognized his passion for politics while obtaining his B.S. in Political Science at Union College. Claycomb has been an active donor to the Trump Victory campaign and the Republican party and was selected by the Republican National Committee to be one of the fifty state chairs for the Trump Victory campaign. He and his wife, Karen, attended the Republican National Convention representing their state of Arizona. His leadership and dedication as a bundler raised over $2 million for Trump’s campaign and the RNC.
As a philanthropist, Lloyd Claycomb has great affection for underprivileged children which is exemplified by his active involvement with SAARC Autism research and Our Children International which operates orphanages throughout South America. Alongside his wife, Karen, Lloyd donates both time and money to create meaningful change both locally and abroad. During his tenure as a board member for Maranatha International Volunteers, a charitable organization focusing on providing for impoverished children across the globe, Mr. Claycomb supervised the construction of dozens of churches and schools in Belize, Guatemala, Mexico and is personally responsible for the construction of an orphanage and medical facility in San Juan Opico, El Salvador which currently serves 160 orphans. A staunch supporter of the U.S. military, Lloyd was recently appointed National Director of the Navy League, a nonprofit organization that supports America’s sea services.
An avid aviation enthusiast and lifelong member and supporter of AOPA and NBAA, he obtained his pilot’s license in 1972 at the age of 18. Lloyd has obtained three jet type ratings including multi-engine, instrument rating, and a jet helicopter rating from Flight Safety International. His extensive training to ATP (Airline Transport Pilot) standards has allowed him to log over 5,000 hours of flight time in an assortment of aircraft and helicopters. Additionally, Lloyd is proficient in Spanish which has assisted him in his many philanthropic endeavours throughout South and Central America.