All my love for you, my high school sweetheart, my best friend, my unbelievable fantastic husband...My Soul Mate! You are missed every second of my life. Love always!
Your dear wife!
Proud to be Mrs. George Lyons!
George, As I sit here and write this I am in a state of shock. I will always and forever be Thanking you for how you touched me and the boys life...I just saw this just now...!! George you will be missed...peace
Dearest Aunt Ronnie, Cammie & Lyons Family,
What an honor and privilege to call George uncle and experience his carefree spirit, loving heart and generous nature. We had best of times visiting you both in sunny Arizona and made some super memories. He will be greatly missed.
With all our sympathy and love, Michele, Brian, & Bre
We just learned of George's death. What a great guy he was. I agree with the many who have emphasized his great sense of humor, his fairness, his intellect and his great skill as a lawyer. This world needs more like him. We will miss him. Our heartfelt condolences, Ronnie.
What a gift to have spent time with George and Ronnie in Del Mar shortly before George departed this earth.
He left a big hole in our lives. Until we meet again.
Pat and Larry Winthrop
I had the priviledge of working for George when he was CMB Ltd.. He was a kind and generous man, a great attorney, he will be missed, God Bless his family.
I just learned about George yesterday. The last time I saw George and Ronnie was at the market which is due to start October 19th. He is missed. Alice Colburn
George was one of the first attorneys that I ever worked for as a new paralegal. He was so kind and patient and always willing to teach. I am honored to have known him and to have learned from him.
George was a fabulous attorney and a dear friend to Nancy and me.We will miss him,
Our deepest sympathy! George was a kind hearted man who will be remembered with his kind heartedness!
George was always too good to be true. He had a boatload of talent, was always in touch, and never misled anyone about anything. I will miss him for as long as I live and remember him for as long as I can. I called on him for favors dozens of times. He never asked one from me. That's what made George one of a kind.
Ronnie, Mike and I are George's cousins from Indiana and we just want to say how sorry we were to hear about George. He is surely in heaven as we all know. Gods blessings be with you and George's boys.
George made me feel like family, like an insider. I know so many are saddened by his loss. My heart goes out to them all
I will always remember & miss "talking boats" with George, my Lion-Hearted friend & client.
Bob Thomas, Bob's Tropicals, Inc.
You have been such a great friend! You & Ronnie took me to my first NBA game in Phoenix against the Spurs and I will never forget the game when we got to sit ON the floor next to the baskets - it was amazing! We have had so many fun times in AZ and most recently at the Peninsula in HK and on the junk in the harbour! so many happy memories to savour! thank you so much!
We met George in 1972 when we all worked at Snell and Wilmer. He was definitely "one of the good guys." We were deeply shocked and saddened to learn of his passing. Our condolences to his family.
Dear Ronnie and Family,
Our hearts ache for you. We cannot know what you are going through, but do hope that you know we are thinking of you. George was a great gentleman and a friend. We will remember fondly the many times we spent together. Our wishes of ‘peace and love' are with you now and in the future.
George was a very genuine and caring person that I had the pleasure to work with at Charles Brewer's Office. We need more people like George in this world.
Ronnie and family
May your memories of George fill the hole that I know is in all of your hearts. He was a champion to all of us here at the Foundation and I know that I will never say "peace and love" without remembering him and all he stood for. Nor will I see a green carnation and not remember the beauty he shared with everyone he met. May peace and love comfort you.
Ronnie we were so sad to hear about Georges passing away. We loved so much about him and we were looking forward to seeing both of you again in some far flung corner of the world . Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Love steve and norma
A great man who made sailing fun. His boat was appropriately named "Lion Heart".
Fair Winds my friend.
Dear Ronnie and family,
Please accept our heartfelt sympathies on George's passing. We have very fond memories of the many fun times we have spent with you and George, mostly at Penn State gatherings and Pool Parties at your beautiful home. George will be greatly missed, but fondly remembered. It was a privilege to have known him and shared happy times together.
Bruce and Marcy Birnbaum
Dear Ronnie ~
I haven't seen either of you since high school, but it was wonderful to know that your marriage had lasted and that you had a wonderful family together.
I was saddened to hear that George had passed away. I send you my heartfelt condolences and prayers for all of you during these upcoming days, weeks and months.
A friend from the past - Loretta (Hines) Murphy
We will all miss George being by your side...you were the love of his life. We are so glad that he came into your life and into ours. We will miss him and his jovial presence, especially when dressed in green! Penn State is blue with such a loss. Love you, Tom and Linda Knepp
The world is a lesser place without George in it. He was a constant reminder that it is possible to maintain joy and humor in life no matter what. He will be missed.
My condolences to Ronnie.
George was a fellow sailor, skipper and great friend. Everybody likes to say kind words when someone passes, but in George's case they come easy and true, just like the course he followed in life--true in every aspect.
Boy he will be missed! God speed lovely man, you lived your dreams and did not sail past them.
Cap'n Buck McAllister
Dear Ronnie, and Family:
George was the kind of person one does not forget even if knowing him for a short time.His kindness and winning smile. You and your family are in my thoughs and prayers
Ronnie, Mike and I were blessed to have met George. He went way beyond to help us and then shared you with us as well - which was such a treat. We will never forget his kindness. Peace and Love,
Dear Ronnie, Your friends in Pennsylvania are all with you in our hearts and minds.
You know how heartsick we are. We will miss George and consider ourselves so lucky to have been able to call him our friend! He was truly one of a kind and a tremendous person.The Law Profession and the world in general has lost a champion! Our deepest sympathies to the whole family!!!!
George was an inspiration to us all.Our love goes out to Ronnie and family. I can see him smiling and having a wonderful time at the Pulaski's house.
I am so glad we got together in May when I was there. George will be missed and was truly a dear friend.
Dear Ronnie and Cammie, Mike and I are beyond heartbroken at George's passing. He truly was one of the nicest people we have ever met. His smile was so contagious and he was really one of the happiest, full of life people to ever grace life. We wish for peace for all of you in the days and weeks ahead.
Ronnie and family,
My prayers go out to you. Your classmate,
Virginia (Westrick) Pfeiffer
Dear Ronnie (and family):
Our dear George was such a kind and gentle man with a terrific sense of humor. He had an unequaled zest for life, exciting adventures, and love ( yours was an exceptional love story)!
George was truly a generous soul to his family and friends. Our hearts are filled with wonderful memories of the happy times the four of us spent together.
Please know that our arms are wrapped around you in "peace and love".
To Ronnie and your entire family, What a wonderful person George was - with such a sense of humor and love of life. Howard and I thoroughly enjoyed our dinners with Ronnie and George in that little French Bistro in Scottsdale in "Ronnie's" room with her paintings. And when George sent us the write up of your sailing trip off Kauai, we laughed and laughed. He reminded me of a big warm teddy bear with arms always outstretched ready to embrace Ronnie and the world. What a sad loss to life. Please know that he touched everyone he met if even briefly and that our prayers go out to you Ronnie and to his family. Much love, Carolyn Brancato and Howard
Dear Ronnie & Family - I know how much George loved you, Ronnie. And HEY! All those beautiful memories of your trips and travels together... I will never know the depth of the void you must be experiencing; my heart aches for you. Know that you are loved and that the world was a better place because of George. What a wonderful, wonderful man! What an honor it was to have known him and to have experienced his vibrant humor and passion for life. May the love and energy I send your way wrap their arms around you in comfort. May you find peace and understanding at this really difficult time. My best to you always -
A wonderful man who will be missed.
I've known George since 1st grade and Ronnie since high school. Jack and I send our most sincerest condolences to his children, grandchildren, and to you, Ronnie. I think of George every time I get in the car and put the visor down - George never liked any part of the windshield obstructed!
Peace be with you my friend
From a former worker at Brewer's Office, you are a great man and will be missed. See you on the other side.
Peace be with you my friend,
Mike and Jean Palumbo