JAYMIE LYDICK On 2 January 2021, Jaymie Lydick passed away. Jaymie was best known for his sense of humor that could light up a room and his love of Family and the sea. Jaymie was a man of all trades, but he is best remembered for his work with Brookstone. Jay is lovingly remembered by the love of his life, his wife Yoly, his children Alex and Vic, and their family dogs. He is also remembered by his parents Richard and Carol Lydick, his brother in law Ricardo Russo, and his mother in law Yolanda Russo. The Life Celebration will be held once COVID restrictions are lifted. Details will be posted on Jaymie's Facebook. There is a GoFundMe at bit.ly/Jay2021. He will be remembered with his toes in the water.

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Published by Las Vegas Review-Journal on Feb. 13, 2021.
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Jaymie is such a warm, welcoming, gentle man... In the waay too short time I was blessed to know him here, his sweetness as a faithful friend touched and enriched my life deeply. We shared a big love of football, and together encouraged his Jaguars and my Seahawks. We'd talked of a Phoenix road trip to watch the Cardinals play my team on November 19, but alas.. it didn't happen :( Would have been soo much fun, and I will forever miss those uncreated dear memories sincerely as I miss.. the man who made me want to be a better human being. Thanks, my friend, for your openness, kindness, generosity.. and example. His last text to me.. our final earthly communication on December 8th.. said 'We will get together sometime.' Sooner, rather than later, I hope... Lookin' forward to it, Brother : )
Robert James
February 15, 2021
Jaymie was such an awesome son-in-law down to earth sincere and humble person that I am sure all the family will miss him and pray for his soul. I love you my son, enjoy heaven and make everyone laugh.
Yolanda Russo Harlan
February 13, 2021