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.
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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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