Paul R. "PRTinsley" Tinsley

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PAUL RANDOLPH TINSLEY, was born October 5, 1946, in Houston, Texas, to Margie Bosley Tinsley and Willard Merle Tinsley, the youngest of three sons. He passed away peacefully July 13, 2012, after surviving years with chronic heart problems. Randy was an outstanding baseball player at Bellaire High School. He then graduated from Baylor University and remained an avid Baylor fan every day of his life. At Baylor he met the love of his life, Mary Fickett Tinsley. They built their life together on their strong faith in Christ. He earned his law degree in 1973 from the University of Houston. Licensed to practice in both District and Federal Court, he maintained an active law practice for 39 years, most recently with his brother Willard Tinsley, Tinsley & Tinsley Law in Montgomery, Texas. He was an active member and a diplomat of Greater Conroe, Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce and the Lion's Club. Throughout his life, Randy's outgoing personality readily welcomed new friends into his world with an unfailing sense of humor and a helping hand. He found his greatest happiness in being involved in the lives of his daughters and their families. Randy is survived by his wife, Mary, their daughters, Ann Tinsley Bilello and husband, Brian, and Sara Tinsley Ratliff and husband, Joe; grandchildren, Thomas David Bilello, Elizabeth Lauren Ratliff and Emme Lee Ratliff; his brothers, Willard M. Tinsley, Jr., and Richard D. Tinsley and wife, Emily; mother-in-law, Mary Frances Fickett, sister-in-law, Ruth Fickett Ranes and husband Rick, brother-in-law, Harold Fickett III and wife, Karen; and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews and countless loyal friends. A memorial service was held at Second Baptist Church of Houston.


Published on yourconroenews.com from July 24 to Aug. 6, 2012
Arrangements under the direction of:
Forest Park Westheimer Funeral Home
12800 Westheimer Road | Houston, TX 77077 | (281) 497-2330
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