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Gregory Paul Lyman
  • October 19, 1950
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  • January 13, 2022

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Gregory Paul Lyman, 71, passed away peacefully at home in New Smyrna Beach, FL on January 13, 2022 with his wife by his side. He believed in Jesus Christ and knew he would be going home.
Greg was born in Painesville, Ohio, but lived most of his life in New Smyrna Beach. His parents were Maurice and Mary Lou Lyman. He had a brother, Terry, and a sister, Debbie. He married Miriam Guest and had three wonderful children of whom he was very proud: Ryan Lyman (Tracie), Kerry Lyman Jones (Glenn), and Dylan Lyman (Christi). He had eight grandchildren: Ezekiel, Abigail, Alethea, Barnabas, Alexus, and Adelyne Jones, and Kira and Addison Lyman. He loved his family and the joy of being a grandpa.
Greg was a Lieutenant with the New Smyrna Beach Fire Department for twenty-two years. He said he worked with the finest group of dedicated men and women. Over the years he also worked hanging drywall and construction, including Peck Construction, and built or worked at many medical facilities throughout central Florida, from Jacksonville to Orlando. Greg was always busy with family, work, or sports. He loved to gig flounder in the river, hunt, and ride his motorcycle with his boys. He played softball for Brand X, basketball, golfed, and loved our beach.

Greg’s celebration of life will be at Baldwin Brothers, 1 North Causeway, New Smyrna Beach, on January 28, 2022 from 3:00 to 5:00pm.


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  1. Cindy Knight says:
    30 Jan 2022
    Our deepest Condolences to all the family. Praying Jesus is right by your side to comfort you.
    Praying the food was a great comfort. Jeff thought highly of your dad Ryan,as he does you.
    God Bless your Family

  2. Kevin and Pam Williams lit a candle:
    28 Jan 2022
    Lit since January 28, 2022 at 1:00:52 PM

  3. Ken Lyman says:
    28 Jan 2022
    Ken Lyman: Loved him like brother. Will miss him a lot. Times spent on the river ,working on the house. Talking about our children, family, and Lady. Missed him in December ,biked over but he was sleeping. Diabetes took more and more of him. I am glad he was able to pass away at home with Miriam at his side. God bless you Greg ! Miriam ,thanks for all you done for him . Your a Saint. Proud to call him cousin.

  4. Jeff and Cindy Guest says:
    27 Jan 2022
    We will miss you, brother.

  5. Jeff and Cindy Guest lit a candle:
    27 Jan 2022
    Lit since January 27, 2022 at 1:40:07 AM

  6. Sandy and David Meares says:
    23 Jan 2022
    May God wrap his loving arms around you all and give you comfort and peace. We love you all.

  7. Sandy and David Meares lit a candle:
    23 Jan 2022
    Lit since January 23, 2022 at 1:04:21 AM

  8. Sandy and David Meares lit a candle:
    23 Jan 2022
    Lit since January 23, 2022 at 1:03:38 AM

  9. Jeff and Josey Guest lit a candle:
    23 Jan 2022
    Lit since January 23, 2022 at 1:12:19 AM

  10. Yancey & Rhonda Guest lit a candle:
    21 Jan 2022
    Lit since January 21, 2022 at 1:40:47 AM

  11. Yancey & Rhonda Guest says:
    21 Jan 2022
    Great memories of Greg over the years. We lost a good man. Greg is now in a better place.

  12. Lisa Solms says:
    20 Jan 2022
    Miriam, I am so sorry for your loss our prayers are with you

  13. Ken & Linda Smith says:
    19 Jan 2022
    Greg was definitely one of a kind. Glad to have called him a very good friend. It's sad that between Covid and illness we were unable to spend time together as over the prior years, . He loved the Lord and his family with a passion, and they came first in his life. Miriam was the love of his life and he was so proud of all his children. He loved talking about his grandchildren. He had a great career with the Fire Department and enjoyed the comradery and friendships he forged there. We will cherish the 50 years of great memories and miss him. We love you, Greg. Linda Pooh & Ken

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