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Paul Mark Tyler

Paul Mark Tyler

Monday, August 3rd, 2020
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Paul Mark Tyler, 64, of Lancaster County, Virginia passed away on August 3, 2020. He was preceded in death by his father, John Mark Tyler and his grandparents, Paul and Ruth Pruitt, all of Urbanna, Virginia, and formerly of Tangier Island. Mark is survived by his mother, June Tyler Crockett of Arizona, formerly of Williamsburg, Virginia; two sisters, Dawn Kemp and her husband Larry of Red Lion, Pennsylvania and Ruth Preddy and her husband Mark of New River, Arizona. He will also be remembered lovingly by his nieces, Brittney Kemp Ruby, Maria Preddy, and Melanie Preddy. Other survivors include his aunts, Edwina Humphries Crockett and her husband Jimmy of Irvington, Virginia and Diane Pruitt and her husband Bill of Williamsburg, Virginia; many cousins that he loved dearly; his life partner, Mary C. Wheeler of Lancaster, Virginia and her son Charlie; and his former wife, Lori Tyler of Northumberland, Virginia.

Mark was a graduate of the University of Virginia with a B.A. in Econ and Political Science. However, he chose to teach Earth Science to ninth graders in Lancaster County and Richmond County. He was known to his students as “MR. T” and had many of his former students on Facebook as friends. Mark had many friends and will be missed by all.

Services will be private. Faulkner Funeral Homes, Bristow-Faulkner Chapel is assisting the family with arrangements.
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Posted at 08:21am
Sending our condolences to Mary and the rest of Mark's family.
Doug and Marylee Anderson

Dianne Byrd Upton

Posted at 11:43am
I met Mark online through a mutual friend, Jeffrey Withers. I enjoyed conversations with Mark about life, religion and the state of world affairs, etc. Had the privilege of meeting him and Mary at Jeff's wedding. Always said we would get together for lunch someday, the four of us~~my husband Don, myself, he and Mary. Sorry that never happened. Thanks for the good memories and advice through the years we were friends. Mary, if I can do anything for you, please ask and maybe you and I can make that lunch. Dianne Byrd Upton


Jacqueline A Nantier-Hopewell

Posted at 01:15pm
My condolences to Mary, and Mark's family and friends. Mark was a very kind person, who loved music, he loved his Golden Retriever who passed a few years ago, he could talk your ear off, and he had many students that remember how much fun he made learning. He loved teaching "his kids." He was a good friend to many. We started arguing with each other in high school, and I will miss our talks, debates, and arguments. He was one of a kind. I hope now he is at peace and he can lay down his burdens, and listen to some good tunes somewhere up in the atmosphere, or hang out where the Aspen trees whisper.

Sara N.

Posted at 03:04pm
Prayers to Mark's family. He will be missed. I always enjoyed those " Hippie" ways.

Sharon Rice Posted at 11:47pm

Prayers and condolences to Mark’s family near and far. He was a great coworker and breakfast partner at Sam&Omie’s. Will miss our talks. Rest well

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