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James Robert Tyler

James R. Tyler, 90, of Camp Verde, AZ passed away on October 11, 2013.  Jim was born in Tombstone, AZ on August 18, 1923 to William and Dona Tyler.  He was preceded in death  by his wife, Annette Tyler. He is survived by daughters Laurel (Ed) Rountree and Coralee (Bill) Flick, grandchildren Dan Lindstrom, Kari Rountree, Penny Langhammer and Amy Igasan,  and four great-grandchildren. Jim served in the Army in WWII  and was a prisoner of  war.  He retired from the U.S. Post Office.   He loved camping and hiking, completing the Arizona Trail. A memorial service is planned October 26 at 10:00 at Coolwater Christian Church, 28181 N. 56 Street, Scottsdale.  In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation.

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Art Smith on Sunday, October 20, 2013 11:56 AM
My condolences to the Tyler family. Seeing the obituary this morning brought back a lot of memories. I too am a Tombstone native. Jim's Dad, Sheriff Tyler used to raise bees and would invite me over to extract honey and present me with large pieces of honey comb that would last for hours. Annette and her sisters Kathy and Marie and their mother were my neighbors in Tombstone. I can see Jim's car arriving in a cloud of dust on fourth street when he came to see Annette. Jim's name was one of the ones on the large billboard erected by the American Legion Post 24 that listed all the people serving in WWII. Was wonderful when those names came down as they arrived back home. Rest in peace Jim. Art Smith
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Cheryl Sucato on Sunday, October 20, 2013 6:24 PM
Ohhhhh, I'm so sorry to read about your Dad. I have so many fond memories of him and of our childhood. I'm also sorry that I won't be able to attend the service as I'm leaving for Israel on Monday morning and won't be back until the 30th. My closest friend, Jane, will take Mom. I love you all so much and really, really miss being with you now and then. All of our love and prayers are with you. Cheryl
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Cheryl Sucato on Sunday, October 20, 2013 6:27 PM
I left a long message but don't see it posted. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I will be in Israel and will not be at the service but Mom will be. My dear friend Jane is taking her. I miss you all.
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rob lindstrom on Thursday, October 24, 2013 7:17 AM
Jim Tyler is an American hero and a fine example of what it means to be an American. Jim loved his family and was always fun to be around. My condolences to the family. Jim will be missed.
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