Harry Steven Lyons, age 65, of Lawrenceville passed away Sunday, August 4, 2013. He is preceded in death by his parents, John & Louise Lyons; brother, Johnny B. Lyons; and uncle, J.L. McKnight. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Carol Leiker Lyons; son, S. Rhett Lyons & wife, DeDe, of Hoschton; daughter, Tiffany Lyons Casey & husband, Brandy, of Cumming; son, Stan Steven Lyons & wife, Amanda, of Flowery Branch; brother, Jim Lyons of Loganville; sister, Lynda Bohn of Lawrenceville; grandchildren, Grant & Allie Lyons, Brock & Brogen Casey. Harry was president of L.P. Gas Insurance Specialists of America, Inc. and former president of Green's Fuel Company of Georgia, Inc. He was a charter member of the Cavaliers which became Pi Kappa Alpha at West Georgia College. A funeral service will be held at 4:00 pm, Friday, August 9, 2013 at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel. Interment will follow at Gwinnett Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made, in memory of Harry, to the Crohns & Colitis Foundation of America, 665 Duluth Hwy 120, Lawrenceville, GA 30046, 770-781-2815, or the International Stills Disease Foundation, 1123 S. Kimbrel Ave., Panama City, FL 32404. The family will receive friends prior to the service from 1:30-4:00 pm, Friday, August 9, 2013 at Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA 30046, 770-277-4550. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com.

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  1. Harry and I shared many insurance memories. We worked together as a an agent and underwriter for many years.

  2. We always enjoyed visiting with Harry at NPGA meetings and joining him for a Final, Final after dinner.
    We will miss this classy man!
    Hugs to you Carol.
    Dennis & Deb Grooms

  3. Tiffany, I am so sorry for your loss. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Loyally, Natalie

  4. We were so sorry to learn of the passing of Harry and send our condolences to his family. Several of us in the NGL business had known Harry since his days with Greens Fuel. He possessed a strong character which made him such a good businessman. He was very respected and well liked. We will surely miss him.

  5. Harry was as true a friend as I ever had in the propane business. Never failed to help us with what ever regulatory or other issue might arise. He would be available on short notice without any expectation. We have so many memories of our times with Harry that we will for ever cherish.

  6. Our industry has lost a good and knowledgeable man we all called a “friend”. Harry worked on many fronts to help keep us informed on pending and changing regulations as well as assisting in our training. Harry will surely be missed by all who knew and worked with him within this Industry.

  7. Can never forget all Harry did for us and already miss him stopping by to stay with us when he was in Florida. Great memories, send our love and prayers to Carol and all the family.

  8. Rarely as you go through life, do you have a friend that you know you can call for anything; anytime. Harry was that kind of friend. I’ll miss you buddy. The Hombre just won’t be the same.

  9. I am saddened by the loss of a friend and Brother. I’m glad you have been part of our lives. We’ll miss you Harry. Ella Vivo.


  10. My memories span back to 1958 when I first met Louise, Johnny, Lynda, Jimmy and Harry. I was 6. Boys like Harry surely made an impression on a girl my age. He was kind, smart, loving protective and just like a brother to me. I hate I missed so many years of his life as an adult but loved him then and am sending prayers to his family and friends during this time of such a sad loss.

  11. My memories span back to 1958 when I first met Louise, Johnny, Lynda, Jimmy and Harry. I was 6. Boys like Harry surely made an impression on a girl my age. He was kind, smart, loving protective and just like a brother to me. I hate I missed so many years of his life as an adult but loved him then and am sending prayers to his family and friends during this time of such a sad loss.

  12. We were sadden to hear about Harry.
    He was such a fun loving and caring person that we both loved dearly. We will always remember all the wonderful memories we shared at “Hombre Golf Club” in PCB, Fl. We certainly have all of you in our thoughts and prayers. May you always cherish the memories you had as a family. Our Love to each of you. Jim & Julellyn Motley

  13. I am so saddened to hear about Mr. Harry. A great mentor and friend through the GPGA, as well as the greatest insurance agent we ever came across. sadly missed already.

  14. Carol & Family, we are so deeply sorry for your loss. We wish you peace and comfort in the days ahead. We thought so much of Harry, much more than just a business associate. We will miss his wisdom and guidance.


  16. Rhett,Dede & family,
    Please accept our deepest sympathy during this difficult time. All of you are in our thoughts and prayers.

  17. Carol and family ~ We are heartsick at Harry’s passing but thankful that he’s no longer suffering and in a better place. Please know that our love, thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Vicky and Al

  18. Our entire family was extremely saddened by the news of Harry’s passing. The propane gas industry lost a great mentor, advocate, & supporter but we lost a greater friend.

    We pray for his family to find peace, comfort, & strength.

  19. It was my pleasure to have known Harry and to have attended Georgia Propane Association meetings with him. He made people feel at ease and welcome. He will be missed.
    I pray for all his family and wish them comfort.

  20. Carol, Rhett, Tiffany and Stan, we are so sorry to learn of Harry’s passing. He was a very precious person, devoted to you all and also to your friends in the Propane Industry. We wish you comfort and healing. Fondly, Frank and Denise Hughes, and all of us at Suburban Software Systems.

  21. Dear Carol…we are so sorry for the lost of your beloved Harry. Please know that we are thinking about you at this sad time and praying that our Heavenly Father is holding you and your family extra close…

  22. The propane industry has lost a tremendous supporter. His handshake, his strong voice and his great smile will be missed by all of those of us that called him a friend for more than 30 years. I know his family will miss a great dad and husband. Harry cast a big shadow and he will never be forgotten and I hope he is already looking down on us with a nice cold libation in hand, after a great scuba dive with a great group of his ole buddies that have gone before him. I know they are making plans to save us a spot in the future at the propane bar in the sky. The propane world is a safer place because of the great works of our friend Harry!

  23. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. We love you guys and we will miss Harry.

  24. I am saddened again with the loss of another of our Brothers. Harry was a wonderful friend and I will miss him as I know his family will. My heart goes out to each member of his family. Take care ol’ friend. Ella Vivo !
    Bob Greer

  25. We are so sorry for the loss of Harry. Being your next door neighbor for 34 yrs. and knowing Harry, Carol and Family for over 43 yrs., he will be missed by us so much, but all the good memories shall live in our hearts untill “death do we part”. Life on earth is so short and we all should spend more time staying in contact with our friends and family . May God bring peace with the Lyon’s family during this time of sorrow. May all of our hearts be as large as Harry’s. His friendship will never be forgotten. love to all , Lois and Jim Walker

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