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Amber Buckley Lyons is being memorialized by a fund established to help young people attend Mid-South Youth Camp in Henderson and the construction of a bell tower at the camp.
Her father, Dale Buckley, and her husband, Bill Lyons, have established the fund to assist youngsters who otherwise would not be able to attend the summer camp. “Camperships” will be awarded each summer. The tower will house the bell used for many years to call campers to devotionals and meals, as well as announce the changing of classes and recreation periods.
Amber Lyons, who died November 19, 2015, following an extended battle with cancer, had attended MSYC many times, beginning when she was only seven years old. Still two years away from the required age of nine, she started early and came home with the Best Camper Award her first year. Her love of camp grew and she attended at every opportunity.
“Mid-South Youth Camp was a magical place for Amber,” her sister Leigh Simpson wrote. Unfortunately, with seven children in the family, it was not always financially possible for her to go. Friends stepped in and helped, so she could attend. “Amber had so many cherished memories of camp, and she would want to pay it forward,” her sister said. “She would love knowing that future generations of children could experience the same joy that she did.”
Amber Lyons was a 1983 graduate of Chester County High School and attended Freed-Hardeman University. She graduated from Northwest Shoals School of Nursing. Bill Lyons graduated from FHU in 1985. He also holds degrees from the University of North Alabama and the University of Tennessee at Martin. He is founder and CEO of Lyons HR in Florence, Alabama.
Buckley owned and operated Buckley’s Antiques, 1965 Madison Avenue, for 38 years.
“Since Amber loved MSYC so much, her father and I have already established a ‘campership’ endowment in her honor, but we also wanted to do something that was more visual and tangible,” Lyons said. “We can think of no more fitting tribute to her than to have the old MSYC bell retrofitted into a bell tower. We want to call it the Amber Buckley Lyons Memorial Bell Tower.”
Lyons hopes the bell tower can be finished by May and a dedication ceremony held prior to the beginning of this summer’s camp sessions.
Contributions to the memorial fund may be made online at give.fhu.edu/amberlyons.
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