OBITUARY

Ricky Lynn Tindall

December 7, 1950December 2, 2018

Ricky Lynn Tindall, 68, of Indianapolis, passed away December 2, 2018. He was born February 7, 1950 in New Albany, Indiana to the late Lawrence and Thelma (Mayfield) Tindall. Rick was an avid musician recording many songs over the years and was a fan of the Beatles.

He is survived by his wife, Jan (Baker) Tindall; children, Erica Tindall (Moises Sanchez) and Tamitha Tindall (Andrea Tindall); siblings, Larry Tindall (Kathy Tindall) and Donna Tindall; sister-in-law, Debbie Miller (Mark); brother-in-law, Brad Baker; and many nieces, nephews and extended family members and friends.

A memorial visitation and celebration of his life will be held at a later date at Feeney-Hornak Keystone Mortuary, 2126 E. 71st St., Indianapolis, Indiana 46220.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to: Abbie Hunt Bryce Home, 4760 Pennwood Dr. Indianapolis, Indiana 46205.

  • FAMILY

  • Lawrence Tindall, Father
  • Thelma (Mayfield) Tindall, Mother
  • Jan (Baker) Tindall, Wife
  • Erica Tindall (Moises Sanchez), Child
  • Tamitha Tindall (Andrea Tindall), Child
  • Larry Tindall (Kathy), Sibling
  • Donna Tindall, Sibling
  • Debbie Miller (Mark), Sister-in-law
  • Brad Baker, Brother-in-law
  • and many nieces, nephews and extended family members and friends.
  • DONATIONS

  • Abbie Hunt Bryce Home

Services

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REMEMBERING

Ricky Lynn Tindall

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Sue McGuire

December 8, 2018

Rick was my cousin. He was an awesome musician and songwriter, wonderful comedian, but most of all a genuinely good person. I'll continue enjoying his music that he was kind enough to share. Rest in peace, Rick. I'll never forget you.❤

Dwight Nix

December 7, 2018

Rick was my close 9-13 year old child hood friend. My favorite memory was "Rick Neighbor Movies."
Rick used his video recorder to make movies with the kids in the neighbor hood. Then set up a stage and use his projector to show the movies to the neighbor kids.
Great fun and I will always cherish those memories.
So sorry for his passing
He was a good person
Dwight Nix