Lyle Stieg

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  • "Always upbeat, fun, interesting and on top of sports,..."
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    - Bob Ashlock
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Westbrock Funeral Home
5980 Bigger Road
Kettering, OH
Celebration of Life
Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Westbrock Funeral Home
5980 Bigger Road
Kettering, OH 45440
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DAYTON, Ohio -- Lyle Stieg, 80, of Dayton, Ohio, passed away on Dec. 26, with family by his side.

A celebration of his life will be from 5 to 7 p.m. on Jan. 19, at Westbrock Funeral Home in Kettering, Ohio. A future service and celebration with be held in Reed City in the summer of 2019.

Lyle was born in Hersey, on July 14, 1938. He graduated from Reed City High School and continued on to receive a bachelors degree from Central Michigan University.

Lyle worked in the radio and television industry for most of his life as an announcer for the Dayton Gems, Dayton Bombers and Washington Capitals hockey teams, as well as a news and sports reporter for stations in Dayton, Ohio, and Traverse City and Cadillac, for many years. He was honored as an inductee for the Dayton Hockey Hall of Fame. Lyle was a proud and successful member of Alcoholics Anonymous. Lyle's greatest achievement however was his avid involvement in the lives of his grandchildren.

Lyle is survived by his ex-wife, Kay; daughters, Karrie and Kelly; sons-in-law, David and Tom; brother, Loren (Dee); sisters, Eunice (Dick) and Yvonne; sister-in-law, Pat; grandchildren, Kane, Mollie, Hannah and Aaron; and many family members and friends.

In lieu of flowers make a charitable donation of your choice in Lyle's name and honor.

Published in The Herald Review on Jan. 3, 2019
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