Dan Calvin Tyner
29 October, 1946 – 21 January, 2020
Dan Calvin Tyner, 73 of Madison, MS went to be with the Lord Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at Baptist Hospital.
Dan was born in Union, MS on October 29, 1946 and was raised in Durant, MS. He was a graduate of Durant High school and attended Holmes Jr College and The University of Southern Mississippi.
Dan was preceded in death by his wife, Carolyn Tyner of Madison and his brother, Johnny Tyner of Grenada, MS. He is survived by Danny L. Tyner (son); Chris Tyner (son) his wife Rachelle Tyner; Christopher Codey Tyner (grandson) his wife Sara Elizabeth Tyner; Brandon Chase Tyner (grandson). The two greatest joys of his life, Myles Cooper Tyner (great grandson) and Brayden Cash Tyner (great grandson). Patsy Branca (sister) of Naples, Fl; Allison White Seymour (stepdaughter) her husband Todd Seymour; Brittany Mitchell (granddaughter); John Ross Mitchell (grandson); Ashley White Pittman (stepdaughter) her husband Crymes Morgan Pittman; Abigail Morgan Pittman (granddaughter); and Crymes George Pittman II (grandson).
Dan was a retired Credit Acceptance Market Area Manager, where he was the top producer in the company for several years. He was an avid pool player, loved classic cars and was very active in AA. He was a great father, the best Guy a grandchild could ask for and a great friend.
Visitation for Dan Tyner will be held at Parkway Funeral Home in Ridgeland, MS Friday, January 24, 2020 from 6 pm to 8 pm. Funeral services will be held at The Chapel of the Cross in Madison, MS Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 10 am.
- Sam Brady, Active
- Gray Fowler, Active
- Ricky Irby, Active
- Ron Kirk, Active
- Shane McNair, Active
- Lee Smith, Active
- Sal Branca, Honorary
- Phil Cook, Honorary
- Derek Johnson, Honorary
- Clyde Manselle, Honorary
- Van Maples, Honorary
- Dewayne McNair, Honorary
- Visitation Friday, 24 January , 2020
- Funeral Service Saturday, 25 January , 2020
Dan Calvin Tyner
January 26, 2020
Thoughts and prayers are being lifted up for Dan's family. Dan and Carolyn were in our confirmation class at the Chapel 21 years ago. They also sat in front of us during church for many years and after Carolyn went to heaven, Dan sat behind us. We would laugh and talk about the weather, cars, etc. He always asked my son if he wanted to buy one of his old cars! Dan was truly a light in so many peoples lives and made you feel special and loved! We will all miss him at the Chapel. Steve, Renee' & Caleb Middleton
January 25, 2020
I have so many good memories of Danny. Many great memories growing up at Mam-Ma's house. He broke the news to me one Christmas that there was no Santa. We went on a couple of double dates in High School years. We were close even though as adults we lived very far apart. I was fortunate to see him often. I am thinking of him in heaven finally getting to see his Dad and Johnny again. I know many will miss him. Rest in peace my beloved cousin.