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Bobbie LYONS

Bobbie J. LYONS (Level)

Monday, November 8th, 1943 - Tuesday, May 26th, 2020
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LYONS, BOBBIE J. (Level), 76, Born 11/08 1943 in Vicksburg, MS. Bobbie fell asleep in death on 05/26/2020 as a dedicated servant of JEHOVAH GOD. Bobbie met her husband Robert W. Lyons while in the US Navy in Brooklyn, NY. They married on 02/15/1963 and were together 57 years. They were baptized together in June of 1977 and attend the Central Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Dayton Ohio. Bobbie was preceded in death by her sister Willie Ruth Tillman, father Earl G Level and grand-daughter Jennifer Morris. Bobbie is survived by her mother, Rutha B. Level, brother Cedric Level, husband Robert W. Lyons, daughters LaWanda Lyons-Williams (Sidney), Line’ Elder-Moore (Steven) and son Robert L. Lyons (Karen) all of Dayton Ohio. She is survived by five grandchildren D’Andre Elder (Ivori) of Indianapolis IN, Shane Elder (Amanda) of Louisville KY, Larissa Evelyn and Symonia Williams of Dayton Ohio, Tiffany Morris (Rashad Carr) of Maryland. Five great-grandchildren DJ and Kori Sanders of Indianapolis IN, Aniyah, Deron and Jennifer of Maryland, nephew William Tillman of WY. Bobbie loved and was loved by extended family and many friends. Bobbie retired from working at The Mound after 25 years of service and enjoyed occasional reunions with her co-workers. When not in the ministry she enjoyed thrift shopping, gardening and spending time with family and friends, most recently via our weekly family Zoom gatherings. Memorial service will be held Saturday June 6th, 2020 @ 1:00 p.m. via Zoom. To request access for attendance please email your request to BobbieLyonsMemorial@yahoo.com. Be sure to include your email address in the communication. Arrangements entrusted to Thomas Funeral Home, 4520 Salem Ave. On-line condolences may also be sent to the family at www.thomasfunerals.com
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We love you Brother Lyons, Adrian and Falesha

Posted at 06:23pm
We are so deeply saddened by the loss of Sister Lyons, her thoughtful and caring ways will be missed so much. The way you loved her was touching.
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Cynthia Conners & Anita Baker

Posted at 01:13pm
Our Heavenly Father. Is the husband man Jesus is the Vine and we are the branches in loving memory of Bobby Lyons with love and condolences to the fam
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Jeanette Sledge

Posted at 12:24pm
To the Lyons Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I knew Sister Lyons from our years serving together at the Trotwood Congregation.She always made me laugh! May Jehovah comfort you during this very difficult time. We will see her again. (Rev.21:3,4)

Warm Christian Love,
Sister Jeanette Sledge

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Veronica Elkins

Posted at 03:27pm
Hi, just wanted to say how sorry we are to hear about one of my dearest friend! I met Bobby, 50 years ago in Delaware, Ohio, when I was out in the door to door ministry. She was very receptive to the truth, and started studying the Bible with me. Her husband, Robert, used to tease her, when he saw me coming, and would say: 'here comes that HOLY-ROLLER again!' But she stuck to her Bible study. Later, Robert started to ask me questions about the Bible! They eventually moved away, but Bobby and I always kept in touch with each other! She will be dearly missed! A special prayer goes out to all her family members and friends! Christian love, Jim and Veronica Elkins Marion, Ohio
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Alvera Conyers

Posted at 12:02pm
To the family of Bobbie Lyons:
During this sad time, remember, that you have a whole world of Brothers and Sisters, and we
all love you. Remembering that soon you will see her again
Alvera Conyers
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