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ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS, 16 December 2000
Obituary of ROY L. TYLER
NAME, DATE OF DEATH: ROY L. TYLER, 73, of Iola, Kan. died Dec. 4 in Donna, Texas

DATE OF BIRTH and LOCATION: Aug. 18, 1927 in Chanute, Kansas

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SURVIVORS: His wife, Norma McCulley Tyler; sons David of Aurora, Danny of Washington; daughters Sheila Whitworth of Texas, Linda DeJulio of Aurora; stepsons William Chapman and Jim Chapman, both of Kansas; stepdaughters Cindy Ewing, Sandra Chapman, Marsha Karr and Pam Riebel, all of Kansas; sister Doris Swiler of Kansas; eight grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; 24 step grandchildren; 13 step great-grandchildren.

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