Lucille A. Lyons

3 April 1933 - 7 July 2013

We will miss you and your bright smile and laugh.

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Born in Vineland to the late Samuel and Ann (DeRito) Albano. She was a former secretary and member of the Buena Boro Republican Club, and was active in the elections of local, county, state and federal candidate's elections. Lucille was an active member in Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Parish- Church of St. Michael. She was a participating committee member and well known resident of Liberty Village. She was well known as a zealous Yankee and Giants fan. Most of all Lucille was a loving wife, and devoted mother, and grandmother who cherished her family. She is survived by her children, Cynthia O'Leary, Robert B. Dreyer Jr, Kathleen Hibbard and Arlene Lyons; 8 Grandchildren; 2 Great-grandchildren; brother, Frank Albano and sister, Sandy Rampolla. She was predeceased by her beloved husband, Vincent C. Lyons; and her uncle and aunt, William & Ann Simione.

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Rosemary Livoti 3 years ago
My thoughts and prayers go out to my cousins during this sad time. I know that Lucille is in a better place and suffers no more. The angels have taken her to heaven to forever be with her love, best friend and late husband Vinnie. She is in his arms now as they both watch over their family and loved ones here on earth from heaven above. Lucille you and my mother were very close growing up while I and my brother grew up with your children Cindy and Bobby, I remember as a child and through my adult years the many times we all gathered together no matter how far apart we were from each other. I will cherish the memories as will my mother. Even though you are physically gone from this earth, your memories will live on within our hearts. Love you, Rosemary

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Anne & Jim Adamiak 3 years ago
Our hearts are saddened with the much too sudden passing of Lucille. She was my friend for over 40 years. There are so many memories stretching over that time period, so many peaks and valleys. She was a warm, generous, and fun loving lady. Oh, how we laughed together. She was my pinochole partner. We were two young mothers with growing families and shared life's joys and turmoils. I am certain she is now with her beloved Vinnie. May you rest in peace, my friend. God bless you.

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Arlene Lyons 3 years ago
What can I say to Cindy and Bobby, except that I am so grateful and blessed that we were allowed to all become Family. Lucille was the light and love in all of our lives, and we are all so much better for having been able to be with her. You two are my brother and sister; and although we need to say "step" when talking to certain people (just so they don't get confused), we know that there is no "step" in our relationship. You mom was a second mom to us, and she filled our father's days with love, laughter, and happiness. I love you so very much, and I am blessed to call you my family. <3
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Virginia 3 years ago
I was making a special effort to contact the family of Lucille to send my condolences and to bring you some comfort from the scriptures which I found to be consoling with a wonderful hope for the future. Notice what it says in Eccle. 9:5. "For the living are conscious that they will die, but as for the dead, they are conscious of nothing at all." So they are 'sleeping', no suffering, no pain, awaiting a resurrection. Revelation 21:4 says, "God will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." So this is very encouraging what God promises for the future, and in God's appointed time, we will see the reality.

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brittany dralle 3 years ago
Lucille was the best grandmom anyone could wish for she had a very big heart she was kind loving to everyone she meant she was not just my grandma but she was grandma to all my friends who knew her my whole life she always stood by my side and was there for me no matter what I don't know where I would be today if it wasn't for her love and support words could not describe how much her love meant to me I will miss her like crazy I already do its weird not hearing her in her room watching sports yelling at the tv not watching our soaps together but I know she's still here spiritually and I know the big rainbow outside of her house was from her letting me know she's still with me to guide me an support me threw life like she always did and I know she's in heaven with my grandpa no more pain just happiness with the love of her life I love you grams xoxo

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