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John M. Taylor Funeral Home

147 Duke Of Gloucester St, Annapolis, MD

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Richard Frederic Tyler

18 avril , 19405 novembre , 2019

Richard Frederic “Toby" Tyler, 79, of Annapolis, MD and Leland, MI, died peacefully on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 while surrounded by his loving family. Toby was born on April 18, 1940, in Cincinnati, Ohio, to his parents Dr. Richard Smith Tyler and Torre Atkinson Tyler. He is survived by his wife Jacqueline Steinke Tyler, sister Carol Tyler Boyd, and daughters Torri Tyler Leeds of New York City, her husband Eric Leeds; and Jacqueline Tyler Thomson of Isle of Palms, South Carolina, and her husband Neil Davis Thomson. Toby was the loving grandfather of Neil Davis Thomson, Jr. and Torri Tyler Thomson. He attended the University of Cincinnati, earned an MBA from Cornell University and a PhD in Administrative Medicine and one in Business Management from American University. Toby practiced administrative medicine at Georgetown University Hospital, had a consulting practice in Hospital Administration, and taught business courses at Anne Arundel Community College. A private reception was held at the Tyler residence in Annapolis on November 8, 2019. He will be laid to rest in Leland, Michigan, with a funeral service in Leland in the summer of 2020. Toby had a lifelong passion for sailing and flying. Donations may be made in his name to the Leland Yacht Club Foundation (www.lelandyachtclubfoundation.com) or to Angel Flight Mid-Atlantic (http://mercymedical.org/).

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Emily Moss

3 décembre , 2019

It is impossible to say how I was affected by the news of Toby’s death. He and his family had such an influence on me and my family in Leland. The Tylers rented my grandparents’ cottage while they built theirs. I was close to the family, admiring his parents, doing things with Carol. Definitely had a crush on Toby. Last saw him a couple of years ago at BB Cruise. Never dreamed he would ever die. I send my condolences to his widow, who is a friend of my sister, Barbara Dove, a resident of Leland.

Gleta Cremers

23 novembre , 2019

Jackie, Carole and family,
My sympathies and condolences on the passing of Toby. I always was excited to hear of your coming to Pennsylvania to visit Dad and Mom. Toby’s presence would always light up the room with those Atkinson eyes and broad grin. I will miss him, but I know that he is in company with a very raucous and happy family.
Love to all, GLETA

Dan Chesley

18 novembre , 2019

Jackie, my heart sank and shed tears as I read about Toby's passing. He was one of my dearest friends at Anne Arundel Community College. Even though he was in business and I in mathematics for many years I always looked to sit next to him at faculty meetings and loved sharing the latest news with him. My absolute fondest memories are about the times he would invite me to go with him on his last sailing trip of the year down the Chesapeake Bay and spend the night on the Tred Avon off the Choptank river, with the smell of grilled steaks and cigar smoke and the taste of a bit of scotch. The good life. He was a good friend and I have missed him for some time.
Please accept my deepest sympathy as my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family!

Jean Andrews

18 novembre , 2019

Jackie, I was so very sorry to read of Toby's death in yesterday's Sunday Capital newspaper. What an accomplished man he was! And 79 is sounding younger and younger all the time. I hope he didn't suffer, but the fact that the family surrounded him at his passing suggests that he might have - or at least that there was time to gather.

I hope you are coping as well as can be expected; and for whatever comfort and solace there may be in knowing others care, I offer this.

Fondly,
Jean

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