Lee A. Tyner, Jr

lee tyner, jr

Carthage, NC
Lee A. Tyner, Jr., age 68 of 820 Stage Road died Saturday (July 27, 2007) at FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital in Pinehurst.
Graveside services will be 11:00 AM Tuesday at Pinebluff Cemetery conducted by Rev. Tom Herndon and Rev. Darrell Garner.
A native of Moore County he was a son of the late Lee Allen and Edith Murphy Tyner. A graduate of Hoffman High School he worked as a supply clerk in the National Guard for six years and then later was a part owner and operator of Sandhills Finance until he retired in 1981 due to his health.
He is survived by: his wife Shirley Needham Tyner; daughter Dawn Persons and husband Scott of Bear Creek; son Robbie Tyner of Carthage; one granddaughter Emma Sue Tyner.
The family will receive friends at Fry and Prickett Funeral Home Monday from 6:30 —6:30 and other times at the residence.
Online condolences may be made at: www.fryandprickett.com.

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  1. Shirley, Dawn, Scott & Robbie:
    So sorry to hear of Lee\’s death.
    I am just so thankful that we got to
    see him at the reunion. I really thought he looked pretty good. Please
    know that you are in our thoughts and
    prayers. We hav

  2. Shirley, Dawn & Robbie,
    My heart is truly with all of you! When I think of your dad I think of mine. They were alot alike. At least we still have our memories with them and that will always stay with us. I love you all and you are all in my praye

  3. Dear Shirley, Dawn & Robbie,
    I was so sad to hear that Lee has passed away. He was a great guy & wonderful friend. He will be missed by many. You all have my deepest sympathy & prayers that God will comfort you & ease the pain in your

  4. Ms. Shirly,
    I just want you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. If there is anything I can do to help you out, please feel free to let me know. Both you and Lee are wonderful people, and I know that he will be greatly missed.

  5. To the family of Lee Tyner:
    I met Mr. Tyner when he was first diagnosed with cancer and I worked in Radiation Oncology at the time. And then I was fortunate enough to get to see him again when I transferred to Cardiac Rehab. So I knew Lee for several

  6. Dawn/Robbie
    Sorry to hear that your father died. I am also sorry I found out so late. It is kind of a long story as to how I found out, but I hope you and your family are doing well at this time. I started to call you, but I wasn\’t sure if that was

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