Robert Nathaniel “Nay” Lytle was born on July 24, 1951, in Steubenville, Ohio to the union of the late Elmer and Sallie (Mayo) Lytle, also preceding him in death one daughter Tanisha Lanette Lytle, former wife Beatrice Jean Lytle and brothers Dwight, Victor, George, James, Elmer, and Vernon Wells (his nephew but loved and raised as brother) sisters Ilene Lytle Gates, Catherine Calhoun, Dorothy Jones, Carolyn Edwards, and Valdora Adams.
He was a member of Second Baptist Church where he was a member of the choir. He later moved to Scottsboro, Alabama and while there he became a member of the New Covenant Missionary Church where he also became a member of the choir.
In March of 1975, he made an honorable decision to serve his country by enlisting in The United States Marine Corps. He was a fighter who continued to fight until his last breath. He was a die-hard Pittsburgh Steelers fan.
He loved to sing. Everyone that knew him, knew that he loved his family and was very protective of his children, sisters and brothers.Nay's memory will be preserved and talked about so that he will never be forgotten by his children Nicole “Nikki” Lytle, Robert “Bobby” Lytle, Jason Lytle, Dwayne Lytle, Marita Woods, and Curtis Winfield, grandchildren Tamara, Allante, Marsaya, Savannah, Arabella, Dwayne Jr, Brendon, Daejuan, Dreyden, Kaidon, Christian, Rudy, Kavina, Marvin, Jason, Jace, Jayden, Jayda, and Averie. Great-grandchildren Chrishawn, Jamya, Joha, and Jayden, his wife Ann Lytle who kept her vows and stayed by side until death do they part and ith a host of friends and family.
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