John Jack Lyle

  • Died: January 5, 2019
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John Lyle

Legendary Tuskegee Airman was awarded a Congressional Gold Medal

John "Jack" Lyle (2019) was one of the legendary Tuskegee Airmen, the country's first African-American fighter group. He died in Chicago at the age of 98. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.


Condolence & Memory Journal

A hero to us all especially his lovely wife Eunice. He had such a great sense of humor as well. I am so glad to have been in his presence and shared space along with my young grandson. Not only are the ancestors proud but so are Mr. Lyles descendants. Gone but never to be forgotten.

Posted by Deveda Francois - Chicago, IL   May 29, 2019

Thank you. God Bless your soul!

Posted by brian b - cleveland, OH   April 22, 2019

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Posted by Matthew McGuire - Cheshire, CT   March 29, 2019

Charle snd I loved sailing with Jack. He was full of life, honest and true to his friends. Eunice, my thoughts and prayers are with you and I hope you find peace in remembering all the great times you had.

Posted by Karen Hunter - Chicago, IL   February 15, 2019

January 27, 2019
Please accept my heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of John Jack Lyle. May God continue to comfort you every day .

Posted by Cheryl Auflick - MYRTLE BEACH, SC   January 27, 2019

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Posted by Alishia    January 26, 2019

Please accept my condolences on the loss of your love one.

Posted by A friend   January 20, 2019

I don't know if Jack Lyles is the same Lyles my family has been search for over the years. I have posted a photo of my Grand Uncle Jack Lyles on Face Book. All I know he went into the Army during World War II and the family never heard from him until this publication was shown.

Posted by James (Lyles) Lyas - Killeen, TX - family   January 18, 2019

Thank you for your service. Also thank God for you and your family for what you had to go through as a black man in this country.

Posted by Robert Jennings - Downingtown, PA   January 18, 2019

Losing a loved one is a painful experience. May the God of tender mercies and comfort soothe your hearts during this most difficult time (2 Cor 1:2,3)

Posted by JMS - MD   January 18, 2019

May our dear lord comfort Jack's family, I know jack is with our lord Jesus now. God bless and THANK YOU Jack for all you have done for our country and your community......."May God hold and comfort your family and friends in the palm of his hands"

Posted by James Kozusko - New Alexandria, PA   January 16, 2019

My deepest sympathies are extended to the Lyle family. I can't imagine your heartache. May you receive the love and support needed during this extremely difficult time. May you also be consoled by knowing that God has the power to bind up the brokenhearted and to strengthen all who mourn.

Isaiah 61:1,2

Posted by Greta - CA   January 16, 2019

Please accept my deepest and heartfelt sympathy. Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.

Posted by A friend   January 16, 2019

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A true American hero, who was one of the greatest generation. God's speed.

Prayer's to the family.

M. Kosh
Ft. Myer's, Fl.

Posted by m kosh - ft myer's, FL   January 16, 2019

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A TRUE HERO......PRAYERS



Posted by Valenda Newell - Indianapolis, IN   January 15, 2019

To the remaining family of John"Jack" Lyle. It was exciting to learn of our true African American Black History of The Tuskegee Air men and their struggle to become Airmen. But at last John "Jack"Lyle has ended the struggle , only to awaken to a new day where everyone will stand equal to each other, no more inequality. But true freedom and peace forever. ISAIAH. 17, 21-22.

Posted by J. Y. - Statesville, NC   January 15, 2019

RIP Mr. Lyle. Your services and dedication to this country are appreciated.

Posted by A friend   January 15, 2019

Jack here is to you and your fellow "Red Tails". One movie my great grandsons love to watch is "Red Tails" I grew up during the war and served during the Koean War. Jim Payne Marshfield MO

Posted by Jim L. Payne - Marshfield, MO   January 15, 2019

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I was born post WW2, and grew up in Chicago: wishing I could have known Mr Lyle so I could have personally thanked him for his bravery, and the service he provided to the world. I also wish to thank for becoming a member of the CPD too. Rest In Peace Sir. Your long, duty-filled life has earned that !

Posted by Michael Catalano - Sioux Falls, SD   January 14, 2019

God's plan for your life was planned carefully and you accepted your role during that hostile, dangerous time in the history of the country. Rest in the Savior's arms brave man and thank you for helping beat back pure evil.

Susan, MI

Posted by A friend   January 14, 2019

My Father, Retired LTC. Vernon P. Sigo credits the Tuskegee Airmen with his survival as a B-17 navigator in WWII. Thank you Mr. Lyle and your "commitment to the mission."
God's Blessings

Posted by Jim Sigo - carmel, IN   January 14, 2019

The bravery of the Tuskegee Airman was truly amazing. My deepest condolences to the Lyle family and friends for losing a true hero. May the God of all peace and comfort help you all to endure this difficult time. In the near future he will end all death, pain, and sorrow.

Posted by A Reed - PA   January 14, 2019

Thank You Sir for your service. I had the Honor of meeting one of your fellow Airman in Fla in 2007, unfortunately I cannot recall his name, but indeed was a Honor

Posted by Henry Pierce - Southport, NC   January 14, 2019

Prayers go out to your family such a hero within your own right thank you for your service and your representation of our people continue to fly high soldier!

Posted by Kimberly Driskell - Warner Robins, GA   January 14, 2019

God Bless all of those airmen. Not only did they blaze the trail for getting respect for all African-Americans, they saved many lives by merely being excellent at their job. Rest in peace Jack and "Thank You" for my freedom.

Posted by Dan Tillmans - Prescott Valley, AZ - Served in the Military together   January 14, 2019

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Fly high in that next place Jack!

Posted by John McKiernan - Loves Park, IL - Friend   January 14, 2019

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To the family: So sorry for your loss. My prayer is that you will find peace that passes all understanding. What a man, what a sacrifice, what a legacy. I am thankful for Mr. Lyle and every Tuskegee Airman. May God bless and keep you.

Posted by Yolanda V. Blumenberg - Louisville, KY   January 13, 2019

Sincere condolences to the family for your great loss. May God comfort each of you during this grievous time.

Posted by A friend   January 13, 2019

To the Lyle Family,

America appreciate the dedication and professionalism Mr. John "Jack" Lyle exhibited by protecting the rights of all Americans during WW II.

Prayers to you all during this difficult time.

God bless,

Posted by Olivia Lombard - Twain Harte, CA   January 13, 2019

Without the great generation and hero's like Mr Lyle, We might not have following generations...We owe them everything we have today and should be forever indebted to Him and others like him...Thank you sir

Posted by brian R - CT   January 13, 2019

Posted by brian r - uncasville, CT   January 13, 2019

What a Hero you are!....We are so fortunate to have you Mr. Jack Lyle...I wish I could have known you in person...THANK YOU...

Posted by A friend   January 12, 2019

Posted by Kathryn Irby    January 12, 2019

Thank you for your service sir !

Posted by A friend   January 12, 2019

I have heard so much about the Tuskegee airmen who made a great sacrifice in serving their country during
World War II. I am so sorry to learn of John's death. I am sure he shared a great legacy for so many people about his experiences as a fellow airman. May the God of tender mercies comfort the family during this time.

Posted by A friend   January 12, 2019

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Posted by Matt Franks - STURGIS, MI   January 12, 2019

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

Posted by SueAnn - LA   January 12, 2019

My sincere condolences to the Lyle Family and friends for the loss of your beloved ~ JOHN. You are so blessed to have had him in your lives for so many years. May you continue to be blessed with his memory and legacy and your hearts be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times you shared together; and may the hope that God's word gives us for those we lost in death be comforting, faith building and encouraging to you (John 6:40) ~ Linda, Queens, NY

Posted by A friend   January 12, 2019

May the God of all peace bring comfort to the Lyle family and friends at this difficult time

Posted by CF    January 11, 2019

Our country owes you a great debt of gratitude for your service as a fighter pilot and then a police officer. This country needs more men like Mr Lyle. Thank you from a fellow officer in southeast Alabama to my brother in Illinois. Thank you sincerely sir. James Killingsworth Houston County Sheriffs Office- Dothan, Alabama

Posted by James Killingsworth - Dothan, AL   January 11, 2019

WHAT A AWESOME PURPOSED LIFE...GOD BLESS THIS FAMILY, MAY THEY HAVE MANY MORE FAITHFUL JOURNEYS. REST IN JESUS....

Posted by KIMBERLY GRANT - CANTON, OH   January 11, 2019

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Posted by L. Mason - Boston, MA   January 11, 2019

God bless you and, as retired Coast Guard, wish you fair winds and following seas

Posted by David Carmody - Hendersonville, NC   January 11, 2019

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PRAYER ARE WITH YOU'LL!

Posted by ELDER JOE COLSON, JR AND FAMILY - TALLAHASSEE, FL   January 11, 2019

Sorry for your loss. May you find peace from God. Philippians 4:6,7

Posted by Marths    January 11, 2019

I wish I was lucky enough to have met this great man in person. A true hero....strong, courageous beyond words, and had more greatness than we will ever experience in ourselves. I admired what and how he accomplished what he did. A True man.
Thank you for serving our country Mr. Lyle .My heart and hat is tipped to you.

Posted by Gail Thompson - Lansing, MI   January 11, 2019

Family, there are no words to convey our sorrow for you during these trying times. John left a legacy of memories for you to reminisce on; treasure those memories and be assured that the God of Comfort has him tucked away in his memory as well.

Posted by JENKINS - NJ   January 10, 2019

One of the Greatest Generation, Thanks Jack !

R I P

Posted by A friend   January 10, 2019

Thank you for your service!! May you now fly with the wings of an angle. God bless you.

Posted by warren rowles - battle creek, MI   January 10, 2019

May mercy and peace be with the dear family. (Jude 2)

Posted by A friend   January 10, 2019

Respectfully From Vancouver Island, BC Canad:a; Proudest legacy of remembrance of Jack. A life Jack livedforever blessedly praised All races throughout this world, from all walks of life, bow heads with gratitude and pride towards John Lyle. We will remember YOU.
-LIVE; life lovingly within many forms of action,
Dm

Posted by Donnamarie Kendall - BC - neighbor   January 10, 2019

Peace be with you as you rest Sir, peace be with your family as they remember your journey.

Posted by Joe&Pam Flood - Santee, SC   January 10, 2019

I would like to express my deepest sympathies for the loss of your loved one ,who will be remembered for his contribution to history. I hope you find comfort and help in God during this time of sorrow.

Posted by - Bear, DE   January 10, 2019

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God bless you, sir ~ Thank you for your service.

Posted by Jane Dowling - Waterbury, CT   January 10, 2019

May God bless and keep you family during this time of loss. You may not have received many thanks for your service, but I thank you for your selflessness. You and your fellow airmen were true heroes. Thank you again.

Posted by Connie Colvin - Mapleton, IL   January 10, 2019

May the God of all comfort strengthen the family during this very difficult time. Those who fall asleep in death, God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes. My sincerest condolences, it is my prayer that you have peace. -Psalm 116:15

R.Green
UpperMarlboro MD

Posted by A friend   January 10, 2019

A HERO and true NATIONAL TREASURE. Thank you for your service. Youth today will never have a generation to admire as I have.

Posted by Chris Creech - Hamilton, OH   January 10, 2019

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Posted by A friend   January 10, 2019

A very remarkable man and we're grateful for his service as a soldier and pilot and police officer.
Sherry

Posted by Sherry - Cotopaxi, CO   January 09, 2019

Heartfelt condolences about your loss. Mr. Lyle was an accomplished young man, he will be missed sadly. Thoughts and prayers.

Posted by A friend   January 09, 2019

A Great America! Sadly mist u are a Hero among Heroes!In memories forever

Posted by Gary Hoch - Phoenix, AZ   January 09, 2019

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Your legacy was a great inspiration to me. What a huge contribution you have made in my life. THANK YOU for your selfless service! I wish I could have met you or let you know how you impacted my life. May peace be with your family!

Posted by Paula    January 09, 2019

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

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Posted by A friend   January 09, 2019

Thank you for your service, fly high with the Angels sir.

Posted by A friend   January 09, 2019

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May you rest in peace. God bless you

Posted by margaret kennedy - Jacksonville, IL   January 09, 2019

God Bless you sir on your service to this country.

Posted by chuck G - northern, CA   January 09, 2019

My heartfelt gratitude for your service to our United States of America. You lead by example with loyalty and strength. Blessings to your family during this time.

Posted by Mary McAuley - South Weymouth, MA   January 09, 2019

May God continue to be with you during your bereavement.

Posted by Janette Simmons - Augusta, GA   January 09, 2019

Condolences to the family of Mr. John Lyle. He was truly part of a group of American patriots. May the many memories you shared be a source of comfort and encouragement at this very difficult time. Our Creator is aware of your grief and to bring permanent relief in the near future. (Hosea13:14)

Posted by Eleanor Strong - Philacelphia, PA   January 09, 2019

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

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Posted by A.M. - Racine, WI   January 09, 2019

My condolences to the family for the loss of your dear loved one. Everything your loved one was...kind, loving and thoughtful will live in the hearts and memories of those that loved them. May these memories comfort you during your grieving process.

Posted by A friend   January 09, 2019

God speed

Posted by A friend   January 09, 2019

GOD BLESS YOU..REST IN PEACE...THKS RED TAIL.. MICHAEL B..USN

Posted by A friend   January 09, 2019

To say thank you, just don't seem like enough. To my sorrow, I never got to meet you and shake your hand.
You were not just satisfied with fighting the enemy of the USA, winning the Congressional Medal of Honor, You then continued this fight against the aggressor, and the Enemy of the People by being a Police Officer. As a retired Law Enforcement Officer in South Carolina, Sir, I salute you!
Blessed or the Peace Keepers, They are Truly the Children of God.

Posted by Douglas Brazell - Columbia, SC   January 09, 2019

God Bless you Jack, thank you for your service. RIP Sir

Posted by Tom Barry - Huntington Beach, CA - friend   January 09, 2019

Thank you for your service to our country. God Bless you and your family.

Posted by Ed Pieslak - Yardley, PA   January 09, 2019

My condolences to the Lyle family and thanks to Mr. Lyle for his persevering so many obstacles to serve his country. God Bless.

Posted by Steve Ashley - Winston-Salem, NC   January 09, 2019

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Posted by Lena Collins - Alpine, AL   January 09, 2019

Sincere condolences to the Lyle family and friends.

Posted by - NC   January 09, 2019

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With the passing of Jack Lyle, we have lost yet another member of "The Greatest Generation." My condolences and sympathy at this sad and difficult time.

Posted by Les Breese - Monmouth Junction, NJ   January 09, 2019

Posted by Nykrum Bell - MI   January 09, 2019

My dad was a B-17 gunner with the 15th AAF. If not for brave pilots like Mr. Lyle these planes probably would not had made it through the war. Hats off to Mr. Lyle and thank you for your service. Rest in peace now knowing that your service helped others live.

Posted by Glenn Webb - Kyle, TX   January 09, 2019

Thank you for your service.
A man is the measure of the man, I have no doubt of your bravery.
Godspeed

Posted by Melodie Whitewood - Vancouver, BC - friend   January 09, 2019

My husband had a film on the Tuskeegee Airmen. What a fabulous crew. I send my deepest respect and sympathy to his family. Thank you for his service. We have a family member who flew as a navigator and is 98. Such an honor to sign your guestbook.

Posted by Ila Holloway - Holton, KS - friend   January 08, 2019

Jack was a true gentleman and a great role model.

Posted by Edward Dybala - Downers Grove, IL - Friend   January 08, 2019

What an awesome HERO! Godspeed, my man!! You're REALLY flying high with The Lord & His Son now!

Posted by Mike Gajewski - Las Vegas (Summerlin), NV   January 08, 2019

Thank you for saving my life in the 40's

Posted by George Levy Mueller - Glen Ellyn, IL   January 08, 2019

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Posted by MB    January 08, 2019

May you forever rest in the Peace of Christ, and it is with humility and deep gratitude that I thank God for you and thank you for your many levels of service.

Posted by Vera D. Crowl - Richmond, IN   January 08, 2019

Those Tuskegee Airmen, an inspiration for all time, and now as much as ever.

My parents were Dutch post war immigrants and we thank you.

Maria

Posted by Maria - ON   January 08, 2019

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Posted by Linda Tracy - Cleveland, OH   January 08, 2019

My deep condolences to the Lyle family. May you find comfort from God's word recorded at Ecclesiastes 9:5,10 regarding the loss of your love one.

Posted by A friend   January 08, 2019

Another hero from the Greatest Generation has passed on.They deserve our eternal thanks for defending this great country.May God bless them all.

Posted by JW - MA   January 08, 2019

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Rest John, until you hear at dawn,
the low, clear reveille of God.

Thank you for your service to this nation.

Posted by Harry Simpson - Buckeye, AZ   January 08, 2019

To the family: Our heartfelt condolences to all who knew him.Thank you for sharing him with us and the services he gave.May your fond memories bring joy of heart

Posted by Wright - IL   January 08, 2019

thank you for your service to this country the country needed you flyboy and you met the call. rip

Posted by julian knight - Greenville, KY   January 08, 2019

Thanks for serving and being a great asset to the human race.

Posted by Hazel Harden -Nwosu - Charlotte, NC   January 08, 2019

A true Mentor & Hero for us all, no matter what race, creed or color
We should all celebrate his life & achievements.
May Mr. John "Jack" Lyle Rest in Peace.

Joseph A. S.

Posted by Joseph - CT   January 08, 2019

Good Bless and Rest in Peace Thanks for Yours Service

Posted by Arildo Santos - Green Brook, NJ   January 08, 2019

Posted by Charlie Williams - Blue Springs, MO   January 08, 2019

Thank you for your service. It's an honor to know about you. Rip

Posted by Juanita Morgan - Merrillville, IN   January 08, 2019

May your hearts be filled with wonderful memories as you celebrate a life of longevity and joyful times you had together. May God's loving kindness give you the strength you need to endure. Psalms 29:11.

Posted by Lynn    January 08, 2019

Although I never knew you I regret that the world has lost you. A real American.

Posted by Charles Baker - Plainview, TX   January 08, 2019

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Thank you Mr. Lyle for your service to our nation. Take your wings sir. You sure earned them.

Posted by Hope - Hammond, IN   January 08, 2019

Im very sorry to here of John passing; my thoughts and prayers are with his friends and family.

Posted by A friend   January 08, 2019

What an inspirational life; Enjoyed to the fullest!!! Take comfort in the fact that the works he did went with him.

Posted by Dana Adams - neighbor   January 08, 2019

Jack was a war hero, a person who loved others without regard, a man of hospitality, good manners and without guile. Jack made a person feel like they were best friends and from someone who had first hand experience with his abilities as a captain of a sailboat, a much better sailor than all of his sailing buddies. We'll be seeing you later, brother.

Posted by Mark Joseph - Chicago, IL - friend   January 08, 2019

Sincere Condolences for Family and Friends. Thank You Sir for your Courage and Service to The United States of America. R.I.P. Brave Airman.....

Posted by Dwaine Johnson - Tracy, CA   January 08, 2019

My condolences to the family . May you find comfort in your treasured memories and Gods promise to return your loved ones who passed away in death . 1 Thessalonians 4 : 13 , 14

Posted by Earnie Ray - Dallas, TX   January 08, 2019

No matter how much life a person had the privilege of living, the death of that loved one is never an easy thing to cope with. I am so sorry for your loss. I pray that you find comfort in knowing that our Father in heaven is mourning with you for He too has lost a child in death.

Posted by A friend   January 08, 2019

A gallant worrier we are all greatful for. GOD BLESS and Rest In Peace.

Posted by Larry Lughner - Lancaster, PA   January 08, 2019

You were a great American. You will be missed. RIP

Posted by Frank Meccia - Chicago, IL - Neighbor   January 08, 2019

thanks for your service, rest in peace.

Posted by Robert Stanks - florence, AZ   January 08, 2019

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a great hero thank you for protecting us asa n your services

Posted by A friend   January 08, 2019

A true war hero! My daddy was also in WW2. How I admire and appreciate you. You are truly the Greatest Generation!

Posted by Sally Iglesias - Tyler, TX   January 08, 2019

My deepest condolences for your loss. May the God of all comfort prove to be your strength during this difficult time. Psalm 18:2

Posted by Christian    January 08, 2019

R.I.P. Sir, thank you for your service to our Great Nation.

Posted by charles canterbury - Pataskala, OH   January 08, 2019

Sorry to hear of your passing. Rest in Peace

Posted by Erma Wilkins - Greensboro, NC   January 08, 2019

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Thank you sir for serving our wonderful country. RIP Mr. Jack.

Posted by Jenkins - GA   January 08, 2019

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Posted by Page    January 08, 2019

Thank you for your service. May you rest in peace and God bless!

Posted by - Bridgeport, CT   January 08, 2019

My condolences to the Lyle family, as well as all those he loved. As we mourn the loss of those we love, no one stands along, we all have endure a loss. The need of a warm smile, or even a touch, along with the need to exchange words of comfort. 2cor1:4 I am so very sorry for your loss

Posted by Teresa - SC   January 08, 2019

My sincerest condolences go out to the family and friends of this very special individual who gave so much of himself to his country,

Posted by Candace Lepow - Racine, WI   January 08, 2019

Your family has my deepest sympathy. I'm the son of a Tuskegee Airmen, and I live in the Chicago land area. My father and Jack were stationed in Alabama during the war. I had the opportunity to meet Jack about 10 years ago, and he invited me for a ride on his boat, that was a good day and I will always remember it.

(my father)
•Lyle, Payton H. 44-C-TE 3/12/1944 1st Lt. 01577497 Chicago IL

Posted by Payton Lyle - South Holland, IL - friend   January 08, 2019

Thank you for your service to America. Condolences to family, friends and any surviving comrades of the Red Tails Squadron......

Posted by Keith Singleton - Hamilton, OH   January 08, 2019

Thank you sir for your great service and for the help of keeping America safe for decades

Posted by David Martin - Boston, KY   January 08, 2019

RIP, A great American

Posted by Bob lendabarker - Glen Ellyn, IL - acquaintance   January 08, 2019

Thank you for your service. Without men like you "we" could have lost the war and the world you helped saved. Thank you again

Posted by cynthia hillard - SALISBURY, NC   January 08, 2019

He was my hero and my friend. He will be missed terribly by all that knew him.

Posted by Johann Hudson - friend   January 08, 2019

My deepest sympathy for your loss. There are no words that can ease the pain of losing someone so beloved. May you find comfort and peace in knowing that your loved one is in God's memory, because those who fall asleep in death are precious in his eyes. Psalms 116:15

Posted by Pat Chavis - Hopkins, SC   January 08, 2019

Many thoughts and prayers are with the Lyle family. May your many wonderful memories bring you all comfort not only now but in the days ahead.

Posted by Page    January 08, 2019

You would never know me but my Dad was a ball turret gunner in a B17 based in Foggia, part of the 463rd Bomber Group. He had a couple of stories about the airmen and I have always thought I am alive and walking this earth because the Tuskegee airmen protected the bomber crews. RIP sir, fair skies and tail winds.

Posted by Bob Meadows - TX   January 08, 2019

My heartfelt condolences are extended to the family and dear friends of Mr. John Lyle. I'm truly sorry for the loss of your loved one. May you be consoled by knowing that God has the power to bind up the broken hearted and to comfort all who mourn.

Isaiah 61:1, 2

Posted by Angel - MD   January 08, 2019

I never met John either but I know there were none greater. Rest in peace
From a thankful man

Posted by A friend   January 08, 2019

I have always felt that only brave people signed up for war efforts and people who were drafted were taught to be brave. unfortunately, losing one's life is a casualty we all have to face. I'm sure he faced it head on with a brave heart and mind. (read Psalm46:9)

Posted by A friend   January 08, 2019

My sincere condolences and may God gives all family's and friends hope, peace and comfort through this difficult time from Romans 15:13.

Posted by A friend   January 08, 2019

Cherish John memories to ease the pain but, rest assured knowing that God's will is, to bring death to nothing according to 1 Corinthians 15:26. My condolences!

Posted by A friend   January 08, 2019

I am very sorry for the loss of Mr. John Lyle I hope the family will be ok I send many comforts and prayers

Posted by Daryn Worley - Cleveland, OH   January 08, 2019

A true trailblazer & hero who fought the enemy abroad & on American soil. Thank you for paving the way for justice and equality. Wings earned!!!! RIP

Posted by Annette Crawley    January 08, 2019

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Posted by Ann Stokman - Milwaukee, WI   January 08, 2019

We truly the service of Jack Lyle. May the God who gives peace console the family. (Ps 29:11)

Posted by ~Ken T - charlotte, NC   January 08, 2019

Your loved one lived a very accomplished life. His contribution to society will not be forgotten. He lived a life of contentment, now may he rest peacefully.- Job 21:13.
Charise M

Posted by A friend   January 08, 2019

My condolences to the family on the loss of Mr. Lyle. May the Almighty God be with you now and in difficult times in the future.

Posted by A friend   January 08, 2019

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R.I.P "JACK" you will be missed.

Posted by wmc - IL   January 08, 2019

Thank you for your service,God is saying Well done son.
My condolences to your family.They must be so proud of you.

Posted by Adelina - Lodi, CA   January 08, 2019

Salute to you SIR. Job well done,RIP .

Posted by James Baker - Garrison, TX   January 08, 2019

I did not know Mr Lyle but I am thankful for his service. May he Rest In Peace.

Posted by Natalie W - Portsmouth, NH   January 07, 2019

Thank you for your service to our country. These men of our "Greatest Generation" were brave beyond their years. This picture is the face of what a real hero and man is. YOU, sir. make us all, black and white, proud. Rest in eternal peace with your brothers in arms.
A grateful American

Posted by A friend   January 07, 2019

Thanks you for your service. MY condolences to your family. May you rest in peace.

Posted by Terry Stockman - Apple Valley, CA   January 07, 2019

Thank you for serving Sir! Rest in Peace.

Posted by KAREN BAROODY - BROOKSVILLE, FL - friend   January 07, 2019

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Posted by Joan Walton - Columbus, GA   January 07, 2019

Thank God for people like you. & Thank You

Posted by Lorraine    January 07, 2019

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE REST IN PEACE PRAYING FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY

Posted by EDWARD LACKEY - CLOVER, SC   January 07, 2019

I am so sorry for your loss. May the God of comfort, sustain your family during these challenging times.

Posted by thomas brown - flint, MI   January 07, 2019

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Posted by Cynthia Herd - SOUTH HADLEY, MA   January 07, 2019

I'd like to extend my condolences to the family and friends for the loss of your loved one John Lyle, may the words at 2 Thessalonians 2:16, 17 soothe your hearts.

Posted by A friend   January 07, 2019


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