OBITUARY

Lyman Archer Warren

11 February , 19324 March , 2019

Sadly we inform you that Lyman Archer Warren passed away on March 4, 2019 in Digby General Hospital after a lengthy illness.

Born in Digby he was the only son of William “Bill” and Jane (Woof) Warren. Lyman spent his early years growing up in Digby, graduating from Digby Regional High School. He worked for Department of Energy Mines and Resources in Ottawa for 42 years as a map compiler and draftsman. Lyman served 20 years in the 30th Field Artillery Military Regiment and retired as a Chief Warrant Officer and was a Royal Canadian Legion member in Hampton NB and Digby NS. In his younger years he enjoyed to hunt, fish and play golf. He Married Christine Jordan in 1950 and they had 2 children. After retirement they moved back to Digby and after the loss of his wife he was lucky to meet and spend the last 15 years with the love of his life, Meredith Denton. Lyman and Meredith enjoyed travelling, spending time with family and enjoying each others company.

Lyman will be missed greatly by his spouse, Meredith Denton; his sons, Randy (Donna), Scott (Ginelle); grandchildren, Jodi, Jason, Colton and Sean. Lyman is also survived by Meredith’s children, Roger (Carolyn) Roxie (Paul), Linden (Ron) step grandchildren, Craig, Leonard, Michelle, Nathaniel, Tamara, Joel and great-grandchildren who Lyman loved dearly, Jared, Brett, Hailey, Emma, Leia, Kaleigh, Ella, Josephine, Elijah, Sienna and Amia. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his first wife, Christine; sisters, Joyce Hanson, Doreen Rice and Linda Journeay.

Donations in memory may be made to Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia. A graveside service will be held in the spring at Hillgrove Cemetery. Share a memory or leave a condolence for the family at www.jaynesfuneralhome.com

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Harley and Nancy Thibault

7 March 2019

So sorry to hear about the loss of Uncle Lyman. He was a great guy. Have lots of fun memories.

Brenda Gillis

7 March 2019

It is with great sadness to hear that we have lost our dear Uncle Lyman. I remember him with such fondness. He had a great outlook on life and blessed everyone who knew him. It warms my heart to see how his life was so rich with so many loved ones around him. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Samantha Denton

6 March 2019

I am so heartbroken to hear this. I was very lucky to have know Lyman for the time I did. What a fantastic man! My heart is breaking for Grammy Denton and the rest of the family. I love all of you. I wish I could be there in person, but I am there in heart and spirit.

judy starratt

6 March 2019

Dear Meredith and Family: My deepest sympathy. love Judy

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Lyman with his first computer!

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Grampie Lyman with Hailey on Halloween.

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Lyman helping Craig and Gordie redo a canoe.

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Lyman with his first computer!

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Grampie Lyman with Hailey on Halloween.

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Lyman helping Craig and Gordie redo a canoe.

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Grammie and Grampie Lyman with Brett and Hailey.

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A Happy day at Emily & Joel's Wedding!