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A horse's tribute to his departed owner.

A horse's tribute to his departed owner.

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  • Chief’s Tribute In loving memory of Larry E. Lyons 1951 – 2007
  • Larry E. “Triple L” Lyons Larry E. Lyons, 56, of Springfield, passed away at 9:50 PM Thursday, October 4, 2007. He was born April 28, 1951 in Paintsville, Kentucky, the son of Robert DeWitt and Oreta (Lyons) Fee. He attended the Springfield Enterprise Baptist Church and was a member of the Harley Owners Group "HOG". Larry was retired from Navistar International. Survivors include his father Robert DeWitt of Springfield, sisters Robin G. DeWitt (Mike Ouellette) of Springfield, and Patricia A. (Brian) Sells, of Urbana, a brother Daniel A. (Mickie) DeWitt of Springfield, one niece, four nephews, eight great nieces and nephews and several aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his mother.
  • Larry E. “Triple L” Lyons Today we took our most important ride together.
  • Larry E. “Triple L” Lyons Our final ride.
  • Larry E. “Triple L” Lyons We went along peacefully.
  • Larry E. “Triple L” Lyons Down the longest road.
  • Larry E. “Triple L” Lyons And I quietly said goodbye to you, with those who loved you most.
  • Dear Larry, Save a heavenly pasture for me. We’ll be together again when it’s my time to come home. Love Always, Chief Until we meet again. In loving memory of Larry E. Lyons 1951 – 2007