Carl G. Tyler
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Carl G. Tyler

Zellwood, FL — Carl G. Tyler, 83, of Zellwood, FL and Enfield, NH, died peacefully March 27, 2021, with his family by his side.

Carl is survived by his wife, Winona Tyler, sons, James Tyler (Theresa Tyler), Ernest Tyler (Sophia Tyler) and Jay Tyler, brothers Reginald Tyler and Mickey Tyler, sister Karleen Mason, grandchildren Yvette Cortez, Christopher Tyler, Chloe Tyler, Emerson Tyler, Nat Tyler and Noah Tyler, great grandchildren Matthew Cortez, Isabela Cortez and Jet Tyler, as well as many nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his son Edward Tyler, a sister Louise Bickford, brothers Wayne Tyler and Albert Tyler.

Carl was born on April 13, 1937 to Grover Tyler and Ruth Hinton. As a young child, he moved to Glover, VT. He attended Hartford High School, where he played football.

During Carl's lifetime, he enjoyed many different occupations such as cook, book binder at Dartmouth Printing, GM of Woodstock American and Jeep, owner of May Street Garage, owner of C&W Golf as well as coached many youth teams. An avid golfer, lead Carl to another occupation which he thoroughly enjoyed, making custom golf clubs.

A private burial will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Corner Stone Hospice, 5655 S. Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL 32809.

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Published in Valley News on May 2, 2021.
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May 4, 2021
He will be missed by many.
We'll always cherish our dinners and times we had when you were here in the summers.
Many fond memories.

Reg and Lin Tyler
April 30, 2021
This piece of artwork is from the Renaissance and the name of it is "Virgin of the Rocks". This piece was created by Leonardo da Vinci. Other pieces of art like this one were influenced by humanism. This is because many people during that time started becoming more interested in exploring the Earth. A lot of the work was based more around reality than religion
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