Homer Tyler

Homer Tyler

Homer Tyler of Otsego, Michigan, passed away Friday, February 1, 2013 at his home. Homer was born July 20, 1944 the son of Arthur and Alma (Laymon) Tyler. He was a 1964 graduate of Otsego High School and worked for a short time at Meijer before going to work for Pimco Wheel for over 40 years. He enjoyed collecting matchbox cars and model cars.

Surviving are a brother, Richard (Carol) Tyler of Plainwell and a sister, Alice Marie Stringer of FL; several nieces and nephews.

Cremation has taken place. Friends may meet with Homer’s family from 10 to 11 A.M. Wednesday February 6, 2013 at the Otsego Church of God where memorial services will be held at 11:00 A.M., Pastor Stephen Burrow officiating.

Contributions in memory of Homer may be made to Otsego Church of God.

Messages of condolence may be posted at www.WinkelFuneralHome.com

 

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  1. Linda Cutler Beattie says:

    In the 1950’s I attended Ransom School . Homer and his family lived on the other end of ” B. ” avenue from us so we all were part of a wonderful group of country kids. I remember him as a quiet, sweet young man. I was sorry to hear of his passing and wish to express my sympathy to Richard and Alice and their loved ones.

  2. Mary Ellen Riggs says:

    Carol & Richard, my thoughts and prayers are with you in the hard time. God Be With You.

    Mary Ellen Riggs

  3. Joyce (Laymon) Root says:

    very sorry to hear about Homer. He always had a smile on his face. really nice guy. didn’t know of his passing until today, after the funeral. my mom passed away Jan.30 2013 and just had her service monday feb.4th . i would love to know how you are Alice. i left my email. maybe you’ll contact me. there are very few of us cousins left. I am very sorry for you and Dickys loss. you’ll be in my prayers, joyce Root

  4. penny browning says:

    Homer, How many years have I sat the row behind you in church? Laughing, joking, singing away, “Oh Victory in Jesus!”…I can just imagine what a homecoming it was to be hugged so hard by Jesus, then by your mom and dad! WOW!! Alice, Richard and Carol, Homer will be missed down here for the minute we all spend on this earth, but it is so cool that you KNOW where your brother safely is, for all eternity!! PRAISE THE LORD!!! With love, Penny Browning (and Madie, Seth’s littlest one).

  5. Marsha Emory says:

    I just hear m my buddy my working par my working partner homer has passed I used to take home or to the doctor when he had to go to 4G I’m no homework I’m no homework for 40 years I worked with him on the machine will call the wheel machine 323 boy Homer reall really love that machine well buddy you’re always you your partner why should I sa 2 partner Marsha

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