“A. C. Lyle was my mentor. He wore suits, neck ties, shoes etc that were made by a tailor from heaven. Always smartly dress. I wish I knew who his tailor was. He wore well fitted suits superb dresser may God Bless His memory
“Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.
“To The Lyles Family,
It was such a great pleasure to share wonderful moments with A.C. at events. Events such as "The Golden Boot Awards", "Jim Roberts Roundup",etc. in the valley. We had such fun times and great memories. May God bless you in the loss of such a great person. There are no words to express what a kind and loving person he was. You are missed dearly, but we will forever remember you and carry you in our hearts. With Loving Memories!
“Several times this This Summer I had the lovely pleasure of Speaking with A C our Mr. Paramount Studios, I met AC at Gingers Rogers / aka Baby Dolls wake, and he never forgot...
We spoke with AC before his demise, and he was vivid, articulate, sweet, and swagger that only AC had... True Hollywood... He was my Hollywood Dad, Uncle and a true friend, missed yes his knowledge was great, if you could get past the hollywood swagger, Then a boat load of knowledge came your way...
“He will always be remembered as a great friend and Uncle, A dad, and Mr. Paramount we had more the pleasure of speaking... To A C reminiscing over history about my moms boyfriend Steven Mitchell, Whom he worked with Them both
It was my great pleasure to speak, via conference to a great man and friend.... who will be missed I glad we spoke with Him over the Phone, This Summer and In October before his recent passing....
“I only met A.C. a couple of years ago, by keeping him in touch with a old friend, Anna Kashfi (1st Mrs.Brando) loved listening to his incredible
stories. Always taking the time to mention his wonderful wife Martha! I'll miss you my friend!
“I will really miss our talks! Thank you for being there for me. I hope there are studios in heaven, because that is and was your first best destiny!
I will always love you
“So long Pal !
A.C. Lyles passed away. Obit is featured in Legacy.