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1st Lt. James N. Lyons Obituary
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August 31, 2019
I played football and lacrosse with James in middle and high school. I always looked up to him as he was the toughest guy around, which he was. I remember football tryouts and practicing for positions and James got his fingernail shoved in backwards and it was poking out of his knuckle joint. He wanted to keep on playing. Coaches thought otherwise. I hung out with him throughout the years and I remember when he said he was going to serve our country. What more is there to say. I love and miss him dearly
August 31, 2019
December 26, 2018
an amazing man, think of him every day. I recently taught my oldest daughter to play chess, hard to believe 12 and half years ago he thought me how. R.i.p brother.
September 12, 2012
It's been almost six years since that day. I will never forget hearing his voice for the last time. A giant hole in our hearts still has yet to be filled. I know he watched over us the rest of the tour. I could feel his presence with me in Afghanistan. I can't imagine the legion he now commands in heaven. The best Officer I ever knew. God bless his family. It was an honor to know him. I am naming my first son after him. God Bless.
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