Andrew Lyman

Andrew Joseph "Andy" Lyman Jr.

Sunday, March 9th, 1924 - Wednesday, April 1st, 2020
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On April 1, 2020, our beloved Andrew Joseph Lyman Jr. passed away at his home at the age of 96. Andrew was born on March 9, 1924 in Suffield, CT. He was the son of Lithuanian and Polish immigrants Andrew Lyman Sr. and Granduta Karkowski. His mother died when he was four and his father married Anna Barvinsky who became a wonderful mother to their family. Andrew grew up on his father’s farm and was a dairy farmer. He later courted and married his beloved wife Helen Holowienko on the 30th of November, 1963. They were married over 55 years. Together they owned and operated the Rushmore Farm on Shaker Road in Somers, CT. They had a popular stand known for their quality of vegetables, for over 35 years. He was known for his great work ethic, big smile and generous nature. He was a family man through and through. Together they worked as a team raising their family and operating the farm. He was also known for his love and care of animals. He was employed by A&P and then later for First National which he retired from. Andrew is predeceased by his son Todd, his wife Helen, four sisters, Anna Grabowski, Veronica Howard, Mary Stick, and Marcella Kobos and brother Vincent. He leaves behind a son Tom who now manages the family farm with his wife Lorrie. He also leaves his grandchildren, Andrew, Todd , Angela, Carolanne, Michael and Joey, and 11 great grandchildren. Services and burial will be private. Donations in Andrew's memory may be made to All Saints Church, 25 School St., Somers, CT 06071. Somers Funeral Home has care of the arrangements. For online condolences, please visit
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Tina hagarty

Posted at 05:58pm
You are in a better place my friend. No more pain..No one planning your life..God had his arms around you all this time and took you to whete you are now..
I am sad but happy cause you will never suffer again..

Yvonne Wollenberg

Posted at 01:05pm
Andy had to be one of the kindest and most generous people I have known. He always had a smile on his face. When you met him at the farm stand he was genuinely happy to see you. There should be more people like him on this earth. Rest In Peace Andy. My sympathy to Tom and Lorrie and family.

Snooks Wollenberg

Bonnie Paterwic Santiago Posted at 08:11pm

I have wonderful memories of spending time with Andy and his Wife Helen and sons Tommy and Todd. My father Mike Paterwic talked so ever much about what a great guy and family man Andy was. I will never forget the memories I have on riding on his tractor and just walking around his farm. God bless his family. May he Rest In Peace and be with his wonderful beloved wife Helen again

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