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Martin Lyle Palmer
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Martin L. “Lyle” Palmer, Jr. Martin Lyle Palmer, Jr., 83, of Stephens City, Virginia, died Wednesday, May 30, 2012, in Winchester Medical Center. Mr. Palmer was born in 1928, in Washington D.C. the son of the late Martin Lyle and Sarah Elizabeth Palmer, Sr. He was a retired employee of the United State Government working …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
There are too many treasured memories of my Grandad to list them all here. Driving to Florida from PA to visit and go to Disney World, the way his car always had to be clean, the 5 minute phone calls, the way he always was singing a song, a birthday card and christmas card everyyear he never forgot. The last phone call I had with him he told me he was proud of me and that I was a good mom...He has done so much for me and my family....I love you Grandad and you will forever be in my heart and the heart of so many Megan Baldesberger Britton
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I will always remember picking Jack up and finding him watching March Madness with Lyle on the sofa. We are so sorry about Lyle's passing. -- Amy, Jim and Jack Bryant
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I'm so sad sitting here that we can't make it up to Virginia to join with you for Lyle's service. I am also so thankful that we have been able to share so many special times at the family reunions in Staunton. Lyle was always bigger than life at those events and his personality just so easily drew us all together. I will be forever grateful for his presence in my life - and the life of my son Jeremy. I hope you all know that we of the Ga. clan share in your grief yet join you in recognizing the joy that this man has brought to this life. We will miss him, too. I lift you all up in prayer to the One who best knows our needs, our sorrows and our joys - that you may feel God's tender mercies in every moment - Love, Nonie
Megan Baldesberger Britton left a message on June 4, 2012:
There are too many treasured memories of my Grandad to list them all here. Driving to Florida from PA to visit and go to Disney World, the way his car always had to be clean, the 5 minute phone calls, the way he always was singing a song, a birthday card and christmas card everyyear he never forgot. The last phone call I had with him he told me he was proud of me and that I was a good mom...He has done so much for me and my family....I love you Grandad and you will forever be in my heart and the heart of so many Megan Baldesberger Britton
Amy Elizabeth Bryant left a message on June 4, 2012:
I will always remember picking Jack up and finding him watching March Madness with Lyle on the sofa. We are so sorry about Lyle's passing. -- Amy, Jim and Jack Bryant
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Nonie Eakle left a message on June 5, 2012:
I'm so sad sitting here that we can't make it up to Virginia to join with you for Lyle's service. I am also so thankful that we have been able to share so many special times at the family reunions in Staunton. Lyle was always bigger than life at those events and his personality just so easily drew us all together. I will be forever grateful for his presence in my life - and the life of my son Jeremy. I hope you all know that we of the Ga. clan share in your grief yet join you in recognizing the joy that this man has brought to this life. We will miss him, too. I lift you all up in prayer to the One who best knows our needs, our sorrows and our joys - that you may feel God's tender mercies in every moment - Love, Nonie
Kim Palmer left a message on May 30, 2014:
You have been gone 2 years, it seems like it was yesterday. I love and miss you Dad.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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