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T. V. Lyons, Jr., circa 1925

Thomas Venard Lyons, Jr. (August 8, 1869 – March 22, 1932) was President of the First National Bank of Miamisburg, a mayor of Miamisburg and a director at several other Miamisburg businesses. During the flood of 1913, in which the city of Miamisburg was devastated, he was appointed by the governor to coordinate the relief efforts.


Early life and family

Lyons married Ida M. Gamble on November 14, 1895.[1]

Banking career

Around 1893, Lyons was appointed messenger of Citizen’s National Bank (Miamisburg) and later advanced to bookkeeper and ultimately cashier of that institution.[2]

Other career highlights

Later life and death

After a reported illness of five and a half weeks, Lyons collapsed at his desk and later died at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton. Both the son, Thomas G. Lyons[3] and grandson, W. Terry Lyons[4] of Thomas V. Lyons, Jr later served in leadership positions in the First National Bank of Miamisburg.

Bank Officer Summary

During his banking career, Banker Name was involved with the following bank(s): [5]

  • Citizen's National Bank Miamisburg, OH (Charter 4822): Cashier 1895 - 1903

1929-T1 $10 note signed by Charles F. Eck, Cashier and T. V. Lyons, President.


  1. [1]
  2. [https://books.google.com/books?id=2NsyAQAAMAAJ&pg=PA1011&lpg=PA1011&dq=%22First+National+Bank+of+Miamisburg%22&source=bl&ots=Zb8jmxn8yS&sig=eZk0bSbaHKz50O4TKbyJ4WEf9Sw&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiXruaW_a3aAhWOl-AKHS6yDHM4ChDoAQgoMAA#v=onepage&q=%22First%20National%20Bank%20of%20Miamisburg%22&f=false Centennial Portrait and Biographical Record of the City of Dayton and of Montgomery County, Ohio: Containing Biographical Sketches of Prominent and Representative Citizens, Together with the Biographies and Portraits of the Presidents of the United States and Biographies of the Governors of Ohio]
  3. Dayton Daily News July 10, 1979
  4. Dayton Daily News January 16, 1980
  5. Banks & Bankers Historical Database (1782-1935), https://bbdata.banknotehistory.com.