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Lyman Edward Reynolds Jr.

Published On: Sep 07 2013 12:34:12 AM CDT

Fitchburg-Lyman Edward Reynolds, Jr., passed away on September 5, 2013, due to complications of diabetes.

Lyman, known to the family as "Buster," was born on July 27, 1953 to Lyman E. Reynolds, Sr., and Evelyn (Brewer) Reynolds at St. Mary's Hospital, Madison.

He graduated from Oregon High School in 1971. He then attended MATC, receiving an Associate's Degree in Auto Body Repair. He was employed for many years in autobody repair and recently worked for the U.S. Postal Service as a rural carrier.

Lyman is survived by his sisters, Marijo (Tim) Sandlin, Oregon, Laurel (Jerry) Sazama, Chippewa Falls, Dianne, Madison, Maureen, Belleville, and brother Daniel, of Fond du Lac. He is also survived by nieces and nephews, other family members, friends and his beloved cat, Elvis.

Lyman loved reading, going to flea markets, vintage cars, and restoring vintage bicycles. He also enjoyed repairing antique clocks.

A Memorial Mass will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 10, 2013, at GOOD SHEPHERD CATHOLIC PARISH AT ST. JOSEPH PARISH SITE, 1905 W Beltline Hwy, Madison, with Msgr. Tom Baxter presiding. A visitation will precede the Mass at 9:00 a.m.

Memorials may be made in Lyman's honor to his family.

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