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Lucille A. (Duff) Tyer

Stoughton, Massachusetts

Jan 3, 1939 – Dec 28, 2017 (Age 78)

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Lucille A. (Duff) Tyer, 78, a longtime resident of Stoughton, died peacefully at Copley at Stoughton on Thursday, December 28, 2017 surrounded by her loving family. She was the wife of James H. Tyer, MD. Daughter of the late Thomas and Lucille (Devine) Duff, she was born in Orange, NJ and raised...

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To Jim and Family: Sidky and I enjoyed the years of golf and fellowship with Lucille and we send our thoughts and prayers during this most tragic time for you. We will miss her smile and banter- it was a pleasure to know her.

I have so many good memories all the way back to the 1960s. Joanna and I will miss her, Jim. Our condolences also to Steve, MaryElizabeth, Linda, Jim and all her grand children. Dave and Joanna Mahony

To Jim and Family: Jerry and I were so very sorry to learn of Lucille's death. We have fond memories of multiple visits with them in Hilton Head over many years, as well as numerous family occasions that we shared. We enjoyed our visits, and will miss our times together. God's blessings to you all.

Our prayers and thoughts are with your family during this difficult time.

I will always remember Lucille especially on Christmas Eve at MaryBeth's and Mike's Home. She was gracious and fun to be with and a wonderful cook. She was loved by her family and especially her grandchildren. She will be missed by all.

Steven, Colly and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Your mother was a lovely lady. Keeping you all in our prayers. Maryrose & Tom Heffner (the boys)

My condolences to the entire Tyer Family. Lucille raised four strong, compassionate, and capable individuals along with Dr. Tyer and she touched so many lives. I am grateful my life intersected with the Tyer family many years ago, very special memories. My thoughts are with you all during this difficult time.

At a time like this memories flood in. I will always remember Lucille being the first in line to bring when we had the "group" over. She was a most gracious hosted and our families traveled together. Then the families grew with the kids got to big to take with so we cruised together for many years. but we always said we'll stay connected. We did in our hearts and minds. Lucille was a good friend and her word was her bond. She was a loyal friend Ske was a great Mom and a...

We were so shocked to hear of Lucille's passing. We will always cherish our last dinner together on Hilton Head Island right before you went home for the holidays. Jim, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family now. She will be missed.