Michael Lyons

Michael C. Lyons

Thursday, September 14th, 1939 - Thursday, January 30th, 2020
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In the late afternoon of January 30th, 2020, Michael C. Lyons passed away in the comfort of his home. Mike graduated from Portage High School, and soon after he enlisted into the United States Army. Mike was a code interpreter while serving in Japan for 2 years, but served for 3 years. Mike married Connie Lyons in 1964 and were married for 55 years. He graduated from Western Michigan University and took a position with the American National Bank. Mike and Connie raised two sons together, Tom and John Lyons. Mike was then transferred to American National Bank in South Haven, and purchased a fruit farm. Two years later Mike went into full time farming. He retired in 2006 and enjoyed retirement with his family. He was then diagnosed with scleroderma in 2015, however that didn’t stop him from enjoying life.

Mike is survived by his wife Connie, sister Karen Baker (Peter Baker), his sons Tom Lyons (Kelly Lyons) and John Lyons (Daniella Lyons) and his five granddaughters - Alexandra, Frances, Grace, Sarah, and Stella.

Mike was 80 years old.
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Becky Black

Posted at 11:43am
Mike was one of my absolute favorite morning coffee customers along with his OGC (Original Glenwood Crew). Funny story, Mike arrived one morning along with myself and a couple other OGC members at 6am. Roger, the owner, had not yet arrived. So, one of them discovered a window that was unlocked and preceded to help me crawl through it in order to open the front door and get their coffee a brewing. LOL!! Shortly after this they nicknamed me the Red Baron because I rode a Red Moped and wore a Red helmet to work every day. Many great times, laughs and memories with that crew. They all had a very large part in teaching me the value of friendships. I am so sorry for your loss, but I know Mike's Angel Wings will carry you all through this very difficult journey. Hugs to all. Becky Black(daughter of Bruce & Barb Black) aka: The Red Baron

Brian Kreiger

Posted at 11:37pm
Connie and family very sorry to hear of Mike’s passing. Mike was always quick with a smile and a pleasure to be in his presence. He will be fondly remembered for his love of family and the gentlemen that he was.

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