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Heights Funeral Home

1317 Heights Blvd, Houston, TX

OBITUARY

Dwain Otha Tycer

March 16, 1936June 23, 2019
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DWAIN TYCER, 83, passed away June 23, 2019. He was born March 16, 1936 in Jackson, Tennessee and raised by his parents, Rebecca and Herbert Tycer, in Corpus Christi, Texas. In 1967, Mr. Tycer married his beloved wife, Betty Ann Brown, who he joins in Heaven where she’s been patiently waiting for him since she passed in 2005. Dwain was a devoted and loving husband to Betty during their many years together. For the last 14 years, Dwain has been a truly supportive father to their 3 children as they raise their own families, and he has been the best grandpa in the world to his 8 grandchildren. In his “dotage” as he liked to call it, Dwain loved most to spend time with his family and friends, and kept up with his passion for design, doodling, and all things creative. Mr. Tycer is survived by his children, Stephen Tycer and wife Ronniea, Scott Tycer and wife Annika, and Staci Gwinn and husband Robert; and his grandchildren, Ellie, Ryan, Gavin, Dylan, Sophie, Tyler, Liam and Tristan. A memorial service and reception will be held at 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 29 at Heights Funeral Home - 1317 Heights Blvd., Houston, TX 77008. In lieu of sending flowers, please consider a donation in Mr. Tycer's name to the "Operation Christmas Child" charity via Samaritan's Purse. Thank you!

https://www.samaritanspurse.org/memorial-page/dwain-tycer-houston-tx

  • FAMILY

  • Staci Gwinn and her husband Robert, Daughter
  • Stephen Tycer and his wife Ronniea, Son
  • Scott Tycer and his wife Annika, Son
  • Betty Ann Tycer, Wife
  • Eight Grandchildren

Services

  • Celebration of Life Memorial Service Saturday, June 29, 2019

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Nicholas Anton

June 28, 2019

I miss you Mr. Tycer.

Ellen Rothermel Stuart

June 25, 2019

Dear Family Members of Dwain Tycer,
Although I never met your Dad, I went to Kinkaid with his late wife, Betty Ann Brown and later in life, when she and their son, Scott, came up to Dallas, Betty Ann and I had several sweet telephone conversations. I am so sorry for your loss - it is so difficult to loose parents. My sincerest sympathy, thoughts and prayers for each of you.

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