Mary Elizabeth Tyler
September 8, 1930 – September 19, 2020
Mary Elizabeth Tyler was born September 8, 1930 in Alexandria, LA to William and Thelma Smith Tyler.
Mary attended Bolton High School and Louisiana College in Alexandria.
She worked as a secretary at First Baptist Church in Knoxville before going to work at the Southern Baptist Convention in Nashville where she retired after 21 years of service as Assistant Administrator.
Mary was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by her cousins, John W. Tyler and wife Beverly, Pat Johnson and husband Hershel, Betty Jo May, Susan Brown and husband Ralph, John T. Tyler and wife Gwen, Jeff Frederick and wife Susie, Amy Jo May, Lea Ann Lillo and husband Jason, Mary Elizabeth Felty and husband Matt, Hanna Hinchsliff and husband Jack, Mattie Evans and husband Chase, Phillip Brown, John Stafford Tyler, Grace Brown, Teresa Tyler, Josh Frederick, Cadon Lillo and Lawson Lillo. A service celebrating the life of Mary Elizabeth Tyler will be held at the Pavilion in Centuries Memorial Park, Shreveport, LA on Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at 11:00 AM.
In lieu of flowers please donate to the charity of your choice.
- William Tyler, Father (deceased)
- Thelma Smith Tyler, Mother (deceased)
- John W. Tyler (Beverly), Cousin
- Pat Johnson (Hershel), Cousin
- Betty Jo May, Cousin
- Susan Brown (Ralph), Cousin
- John T. Tyler (Gwen), Cousin
- Jeff Frederick (Susie), Cousin
- Amy Jo May, Cousin
- Lea Ann Lillo (Jason), Cousin
- Mary Elizabeth Felty (Matt), Cousin
- Hanna Hinchsliff (Jack), Cousin
- Mattie Evans (Chase), Cousin
- Phillip Brown, Cousin
- John Stafford Tyler, Cousin
- Grace Brown, Cousin
- Teresa Tyler, Cousin
- Josh Frederick, Cousin
- Cadon Lillo, Cousin
- Lawson Lillo, Cousin
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Celebration of Life
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Mary Elizabeth Tyler
September 22, 2020
Mary joined our Grace Sunday School Class at Broadmoor Baptist Church when she moved to Shreveport. What a wonderful Christian Lady. She enriched our class so much as she shared her many Christian experiences.
Ronald & Sandy Coburn
September 21, 2020
Mary was sweet, out going & didn't seem to meet a stranger. We know she's happy , she loved the Lord and to be in His presence now, we can only imagine the real joy she is experiencing.. She's getting a great big hug from our Lord Jesus right now. One day we will see her again and experience that true joy also. We send our love & prayers to the family.
Ronald & Sandy