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William Randall Tyndall
December 8, 1940 ~ May 14, 2023 (age 82) 82 Years Old
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William Randall “Randy” Tyndall passed away early in the morning of May 14, 2023 at Lenoir Memorial Hospital following a sudden sharp decline in health. His loving heart and silly personality will be greatly missed, but forever remembered by his family and friends. Randy is preceded in death by his parents Billy and Pearl, brother Raymond Tyndall sister Helen Murphy and grandchildren Miranda Tyndall, Jimmy Lee Tyndall and Christian Luke Tyndall.
Randy is survived by his wife Nancy Tyndall of 61 years, his children Billy Tyndall and wife Tammie, Robin McLawhorn and husband Jonathan, Bobby Tyndall and wife Angie and Jimbo Tyndall and wife Tammy, grandchildren Jared Tyndall and wife Izet, Brandon Tyndall, Joseph Baker and wife Carolina, Jessica Edwards, Cody Tyndall and wife Ann Marie, Andria McLawhorn, Blake McLawhorn, Carmen Tyndall, Colby Tyndall, and Colton Tyndall, and Great-grandchildren Brendan Tyndall, Brayden Tyndall, Braylen Edwards, and William “Willie” Boyce Tyndall, two brothers, Raeford Tyndall and Bobby Tyndall and many cousins, nieces, nephews and cherished friends.
Visitation will be held at the Pink Hill Funeral Home Wednesday, May 17, 2023 from 6:00 until 8:00 pm. Funeral services will be Thursday, May 18, 2023 at 11:00 am at Pink Hill Funeral Home with interment to follow at Oak Ridge Memorial Park, Pink Hill, NC.
Randy accomplished many great things in life and enjoyed just as many adventures, as well as remained consistently engaged in the local community. He served in the Air Force at Andrews AFB for 4 years and retired from civil service from Camp Lejeune. He was a lifetime member of Piney Grove Original FWB Church where he served as the superintendent of their Sunday school program, a Sunday school teacher and a Deacon. Randy was a devoted member of Pleasant Hill Masonic Lodge number 304. He was also a licensed plumber and welder.
Randy was a great husband, father, grandfather, advisor, and friend. He loved his time outdoors, hunting or fishing. He was a lifetime Member of Lightwood Knot Hunting Club. He also loved spending time in his garden, but especially working the day away in his shop at home. Fortunately, up until the end, he was still capable of doing many of these things and took each day in stride. May we all do the same as we say our goodbyes in the following days.