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Gray Brown-Service Mortuary

1329 Wilmer Ave, Anniston, AL

OBITUARY

Lance Corporal Tyler Allen Cole Albright

April 10, 1998May 8, 2020
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Funeral services for Lance Corporal Tyler Alan Cole Albright, 22, of Alexandria, will be 12:00 p.m. Friday, May 22nd, 2020 at Gray Brown Service Mortuary. Family will welcome friends from 10-12 p.m. prior to service. Burial will follow at Maple Grove Cemetery, with full military honors. He is survived by his spouse, Ivena Albright, parents, Courtney Michelle Goode and David Eugene Delmage; sisters, Cindy Albright and Cristy Goode; grandparents, Betty and Tom Dewitt, Danny and Mary Albright, Barbara Swihart, and Matthew Delmage; nieces and nephews, Tahj, Jace, Avalee, including a host of other family members. Mr. Albright is proceeded in death by his grandparents, Ben Coldiron and Gaynail Coldiron; great-grandparents, Inez and George Kilgore; grandparents, Betty and Earl Jennings; grandfather, Paul Bray; uncles, Jack Tolbert, William Kilgore, Eddie Kilgore, Butch Kilgore; cousins, Bill Miller, Ann Deese; aunts, Becky, Georgie Dotson, Gay Garrett, Frankie and Bobby Gautney. Tyler was a very caring person who would never hurt a soul. He would help anyone that needed anything. Couldn’t ask for a better son, family member, and marine. He enjoyed his games and was always considered a good Samaritan. God Bless the U.S.A!

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, May 22, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, May 22, 2020

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Lance Corporal Tyler Allen Cole Albright

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Jennifer Rosson

May 21, 2020

I can just see Tyler and Caleb running around the pool playing when they were little. He was such a sweet child. We will always love and miss him❤️❤️

Jonathan Bastian

May 19, 2020

I met Tyler when he first came to our unit in north carolina. We started talking when i overheard him talking about video games and added in. Ever since then, we became friends. I remember Tyler most about his excitment about different games we would play, and whenever we wouls go to lunch at wendys off the corner. He will be missed dearly, and will always live on in my memories.

Karen Gautney

May 19, 2020

Tyler was always a sweet young man. He wanted to serve and help people. I know he helped mow our lawn when dad became bedridden. Such a caring young man that is gone to soon from this earth. May he be our angel in heaven.

Danny Albright

May 19, 2020

Tyler always liked to be outdoor and just enjoining what God shared with us. Tyler will be greatly missed by very many people and life just won’t be the same without him. Rest In Peace. Maw maw Mary and pawpaw Danny

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Carol Swihart

May 18, 2020

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