By | August 10, 2020
Joe Lyons Capital Fm death-obituary

Joe Lyons dead: Joe Lyons Capital Fm cause of death – obituary – tributes

  • Died: August 4 , 2020
  • Age: year old
  • Cause of death: unconfirmed

How did Joe Lyons die?

Capital Fm producer, Joe Lyons died suddenly on Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Joe Lyons Obituary, funeral arrangement, any GoFundMe page

The family are yet to make public the obituary and funeral arrangements. We are unable to confirm if a GoFundMe was created by the family/friends of the deceased at the time of this publication.

This post will be updated with more information as they are made available and public.

Joe Lyons tributes

Family, friends and loved ones of the deceased have taken to their social media pages to share tributes, kind words and prayer.

Our best wishes and love to the deceased’s family and friends.

Capital @CapitalOfficial wrote;

Last Tuesday, very suddenly, we lost one of our best friends – and our colleague – Producer Joe. He was not just part of the Capital Breakfast family, but a loved member of the whole team. Blue heart

“Everybody that works here at Capital [is] obviously completely devastated and we’re trying to process this all together.”

MAX wrote;

Feel so sad woke up hearing about @joe_lyons the chats we would have about “real music” during my time at Capital, the side hustles, every intern havin a crush on him. He was a badass incredible guy. I’m truly shocked sending love and so much prayers to his family and friends Broken heart. Life is never promised please make the most of it … try and be in the happy more than the sad Red heart

Richard Boffin wrote;

Joe Lyons was one of the most talented and focused people in the radio world. Im gonna miss him very much, and when I finally return to the office, and I see someone with their head down focused on their work, I’ll now fondly know it as the Joe Lyons position. Goodbye my friend

vicknhope  wrote;

Our Joe. My JoeJoe. My special, magical, beautiful friend. We signed off every message with ‘I love you, buddy’, and yet I’m worried I still didn’t tell you enough. I really do love you, bud, so so much. We all do. I hope you know that. We are so lucky to have known you. The world is a better place for having had you in it. And now the stars have gained an extraordinary gift in you.

Look at everything you made, Joe. Everything you achieved, what you built, who you inspired. Your talent and creativity are so immense, but more than that you are the kindest, most hilarious, caring, fun, fiercely loyal and spectacular person any of us had the pleasure of meeting. You really are the best one we ever knew. Our friend. My friend.

For the last four years you have been my solace, my rock, my confidante. I’ve told you all my secrets, and you said you’d take them to the grave. And now it seems you did just that, and it breaks my heart. Words cannot describe this pain, it doesn’t make sense and it’ll take time to process. I keep repeating: Not you, please not you. But now you’re at peace, you’re in a better place. I’m going to miss you Joe Lyons, so much.

Thank you for every crab dance, every ‘you’re embarrassing us babe’, every cereal box game, every 5am-er at a houseparty we’re not invited to, every ‘bah bah’, every undersized chino, every photobomb courtesy of your arse, every cocktail we shook in your flat or evening spent in my yard doing things we shouldn’t on a school night, every club we sat in the corner of scheming, every time we were back and ready to do it all over again, every single damn laugh, every hug that meant the world because you made me feel safe and understood. And thank you for being my favourite valentine.

We met our match in each other. I’ve never encountered anyone else as weird and as wild, and together we were chaos. Wherever you are I hope you’re causing chaos there too.

We never wanted the party to end, and I don’t believe this one is over either; I’ll just see you at the afterparty.

Until then, I love you, buddy.

My thoughts are with your parents and Lou; Ro, Sonny and the team; Olly and everyone who loves you.

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Our Joe. My JoeJoe. My special, magical, beautiful friend. We signed off every message with ‘I love you, buddy’, and yet I’m worried I still didn’t tell you enough. I really do love you, bud, so so much. We all do. I hope you know that. We are so lucky to have known you. The world is a better place for having had you in it. And now the stars have gained an extraordinary gift in you. Look at everything you made, Joe. Everything you achieved, what you built, who you inspired. Your talent and creativity are so immense, but more than that you are the kindest, most hilarious, caring, fun, fiercely loyal and spectacular person any of us had the pleasure of meeting. You really are the best one we ever knew. Our friend. My friend. For the last four years you have been my solace, my rock, my confidante. I’ve told you all my secrets, and you said you’d take them to the grave. And now it seems you did just that, and it breaks my heart. Words cannot describe this pain, it doesn’t make sense and it’ll take time to process. I keep repeating: Not you, please not you. But now you’re at peace, you’re in a better place. I’m going to miss you Joe Lyons, so much. Thank you for every crab dance, every ‘you’re embarrassing us babe’, every cereal box game, every 5am-er at a houseparty we’re not invited to, every ‘bah bah’, every undersized chino, every photobomb courtesy of your arse, every cocktail we shook in your flat or evening spent in my yard doing things we shouldn’t on a school night, every club we sat in the corner of scheming, every time we were back and ready to do it all over again, every single damn laugh, every hug that meant the world because you made me feel safe and understood. And thank you for being my favourite valentine. We met our match in each other. I’ve never encountered anyone else as weird and as wild, and together we were chaos. Wherever you are I hope you’re causing chaos there too. We never wanted the party to end, and I don’t believe this one is over either; I’ll just see you at the afterparty. Until then, I love you, buddy. My thoughts are with your parents and Lou; Ro, Sonny and the team; Olly and everyone who loves you.

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