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Sunday, August 19, 2018

DL Capt. Lewis Bradley Lytton

Update re services for DL Capt. Brad Lytton, Sept. 11th, NAS Pensacola

 Friends and family would like to share additional information with regard to upcoming services for Captain Brad Lytton...
please see important information below for those who wish to attend.
On behalf of the Lytton family, thank you very much.
            ~ Carol for the PCN      http://pcnflightwest.blogspot.com/2018/08/dl-capt-lewis-bradley-lytton.html
 

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From: Willis Peele < willpeele@gmail.com >   Subject: Brad Lytton's interment service
Brad Lytton's interment service has been scheduled for September 11 at 11am at the Barrancas National Cemetery,  NAS Pensacola.
 
For base security requirements, those wishing to attend will proceed together from the funeral home (Waters & Hibbert, 124 W. Gregory St, Pensacola) at 10am to Barrancas.  After the service concludes, the procession will proceed to the Naval Air Museum for refreshments in the Cubi Bar (Brad's request).  
 
Also, the Blue Angels are scheduled to practice at 11:30 for about an hour.  There is seating for viewing behind the museum.
 
I have attached the base's procession requirements.
 
Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
cell:  770-367-2634
 
Willis
 
PROCESSION

The Naval Air Station requires that anyone who enters the base as part of a procession MUST  stay as part of the procession.  If a car leaves the procession,  the base will initiate a lockdown of all gates for security and will stop the car.

The procession will go to Barrancas from the funeral home.  After the service, all cars in the procession will be led directly to the Naval Air Museum for a reception at the Cubi Bar.  To enter the museum, you must have a photo ID.  Once the procession arrives at the Naval Air Museum, anyone can leave the base.  Those with military ID can leave via the main gate.  Those without a military ID leave by the back gate of the base.
 
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~ IN MEMORY ~
DL Capt. Lewis Bradley ‘Brad’ Lytton
August 22, 1950 - August 17, 2018
 
Word has reached us with the passing of retired Delta pilot Captain Brad Lytton, nearing his 68th birthday.  Captain Lytton joined Delta Air Lines 05-18-1979.  He is survived by his wife Hope Hamilton Lytton plus many other dear family members and friends.
To view/sign the online guestbook please visit the funeral home website at
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            Thank you,
                    ~ Carol for the PCN  http://pcnflightwest.blogspot.com/2018/08/dl-capt-lewis-bradley-lytton.html
Obituary..........
Lewis Bradley "Brad" Lytton, 67, passed away on Friday, August 17th, 2018, at his home in Peachtree City, GA. He fought a courageous battle against cancer for 10 years and was ready to go home to his Lord.  Brad was born August 22, 1950, in Cincinnati, Ohio, and was the son of the late Lewis G. "Jerry" and Mary Jeanette (Henderson) Lytton. He is survived by his wife, Hope Hamilton Lytton, and they spent 35 years of loving life together...................................
Concerns may be addressed to ..... 
116 Rosemont, Peachtree City, GA  30269

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~ IN MEMORY ~
DL Capt. Lewis Bradley ‘Brad’ Lytton
August 22, 1950 - August 17, 2018

Word has reached us with the passing of retired Delta pilot Captain Brad Lytton, nearing his 68th birthday.  Captain Lytton joined Delta Air Lines 05-18-1979.  He is survived by his wife Hope Hamilton Lytton plus many other dear family members and friends.
To view/sign the online guestbook please visit the funeral home website at
Memorial services for Captain Lytton will be held tomorrow August 20th at Peachtree City Christian Church, 500 Kedron Drive, Peachtree City, GA.....visitation at 4:30 PM with services following at 6:00 PM.
            Thank you,
                    ~ Carol for the PCN 
Obituary..........
Lewis Bradley "Brad" Lytton, 67, passed away on Friday, August 17th, 2018, at his home in Peachtree City, GA. He fought a courageous battle against cancer for 10 years and was ready to go home to his Lord.
Brad was born August 22, 1950, in Cincinnati, Ohio, and was the son of the late Lewis G. "Jerry" and Mary Jeanette (Henderson) Lytton. He is survived by his wife, Hope Hamilton Lytton, and they spent 35 years of loving life together. They were proud parents of one son, Jordan Houston Lytton, St. Croix, US Virgin Island, and grandson, Jace Benjamin Lytton. Also surviving are his brother, Jeff (Bernie) Lytton of Bedford, Indiana, and brother-in-law, Bobby H. Hamilton, Jr. of Louisiana, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his brother-in-law, Raymond M. Hamilton.
Brad was a 1968 graduate of Bedford High School in Bedford, Indiana, and a 1972 graduate of the Indiana University School of Business.
He was a decorated Naval Aviator and enjoyed flying as a pilot for 25 years with Delta Airlines. He loved flying out of Pensacola, Florida. He most recently retired as a Net Jets pilot. In 2017, Brad was awarded the FAA's Wright Brothers' Master Pilot Award and had a total of 50 years of flying.
His family enjoyed the travel benefits of flying and numerous vacations on the beach, and as an avid golfer he would always find a nearby golf course. Brad had a zest for life and a caring for people.
A Memorial service will be held on August 20th at Peachtree City Christian Church, 500 Kedron Drive, Peachtree City, GA. Family and friends are invited to attend at 4:30 pm, with the service beginning at 6:00 pm. Interment will be held at Barrancas National Cemetery at the Pensacola Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida.
Expression of sympathy may be made in the form of donations to the Air Naval Museum in Pensacola http://www.navalaviationmuseum.org/ or the Southern Grace Hospice in McDonough, GA http://www.southerngracehospice.com/
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From: Willis Peele   Date: 08/17/18 17:19:49   Subject: Brad Lytton
Sadly I must inform you that Brad passed away this morning at his home in Peachtree City.  Arrangements are being made for his memorial service and will be posted at:  mowellfuneralhome.com
Interment will be at the Barrancas National Cemetery at NAS Pensacola at a later date.
Thank you for letting everyone know. 
Willis


From: willpeele@gmail.com  Sent: 8/13/2018   Subject: Brad
Wanted to inform you of Brad Lytton's decision to forego any further cancer treatment and spend his remaining time at home under hospice care.  He has been battling this awful disease for 10+ years and his last attempt (more chemo) did not go well.
He is resting peacefully at home with Hope and family.  Concerns may be addressed to him at: 
116 Rosemont, Peachtree City, GA  30269.
Our MSY contingent and other Delta folks might appreciate this info.
Thanks,  Willis

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