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Loy Dean Landfair

Tyler, Texas

Sep 3, 1960 – Sep 19, 2020 (Age 60)

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BORN
September 3, 1960
DIED
September 19, 2020
AGE
60
LOCATION
Tyler, Texas

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Burks-Walker-Tippit Funeral Directors - Tyler Obituary

Loy Dean Landfair, 60 years old of Tyler, Tx, passed on September 19, 2020.


Loy was born on September 3, 1960 in Midland, Tx to Billy Joe and Evelyn Bernice Landfair. Loy was a 1979 graduate of Chapel Hill, involved in FFA. He loved talking on his CB with all of his CB friends, as well as his leather work. Loy never met a stranger, he loved his family and Jesus! He attended a non-denominational church.


He was preceded in death by his mother Evelyn Bernice Landfair.


Survived by his dad Billy Joe Landfair, brother Billy Wade and Tina Landfair. Nieces Jennifer Landfair and Laryssa Terry. Great-nieces Ashlyn Howard, Alexis Landfair and Sidney Boone.


Visitation will be held Wednesday September 23, 2020 from 5-7pm at Burks-Walker-Tippit.


Graveside service will be held on Thursday September 24, 2020  11am located at Bascom Cemetery. 


In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to American Diabetes Association and the Arthritis Foundation for Juvenille Rheumatoid arthritis. 


 

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Loy was loving caring person. And he is going to be missed.

My heart is hurting, and I miss you so much! Uncle Loy you were the best there ever was! I will miss you, always and forever!! ❤❤


Loy Dean is my cousin, we were fishing buddies back in the day, when I was about 11, my family was going through tough times and he always listened when I need to talk. RIP Loy, Aunt Bernie is waiting for you.

Loy was is an awesome guy he was so sweet to everyone I grew up with him we graduated together. I know he has a big Crown up in heaven

Billy W, the class of 1977 Chapel Hill High School sends out prayers and condolences to you and your family. May God comfort your heart in the days ahead and beyond.

Gonna miss ya Loy