Keith Tyler, 53, of 189 North Mill Road
Potts Grove PA had his ultimate healing Friday July 27, 2007 at Geisinger
Medical Center Danville PA. He was born June 19 1954 in Glens Falls New
York the son of the Reverend Floyd and Helen Conklin Tyler of West Chazy NY
and Nashville TN.
He attended school in Hague, Lisbon and
Malone New York. Keith graduated from Houghton College in Houghton New York
with a music degree in 1977. He was the Minister of Music at Sussex
Wesleyan Church Sussex New Brunswick Canada, Moncton Wesleyan Church Moncton
New Brunswick Canada and Spring Street Wesleyan Church Fort Wayne Indiana.
Keith also served as Minister of Music at Christ Wesleyan Church Milton PA
from 1992 until 2000. He was presently serving on staff with Creative Arts
at Christ Wesleyan. Keith also instructed many students with private piano
lessons. He will be especially remembered for his excellent keyboard
talent, ministering to many hearts on Sunday morning and other church
services. Keith’s favorite scripture verse was from Isaiah 26: 3, 4 which
says, “You will keep in perfect peace Him whose mind is steadfast because
He trusts in you. Trust in the Lord forever, for the LORD, the LORD
is the Rock eternal.”
In addition to his parents, he is also
survived by his wife of 28 years Priscilla Dayton Tyler whom he married July
14 1979, his daughter Mary Tyler and his son Samuel Tyler; all of whom he
dearly loved. He is also survived by three brothers; Gary Tyler and his
wife Barbara of Angelica NY and Ana Maria Florida; Cal Tyler and his wife
Irene of Camp Hill PA and Jake “Buck” Tyler and his wife Debbi of Oswego NY
and one sister Jacki Henry and her husband Dr. Doug Henry of Nashville TN.
He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Keith is also survived
by his father-in-law Paul Dayton of Corinth NY and was preceded in death by
his mother-in-law Ruth Carter Dayton.
A Celebration of
Keith’s Life will be held Sunday July 29 2007 at 3:30 PM at the Family Life
Center of Christ Wesleyan Church 363 Stamm Road Milton PA with his pastor
the Reverend Arlie E. Davis officiating assisted by the support staff of the
church. Burial will be private. Friends will be received from 1:00 PM
until 3:15 PM in the Prayer Chapel of the church. Memorial contributions
may be made to the Memorial Fund of Christ Wesleyan Church 363 Stamm Road
Milton PA 17847. Arrangements are under the direction of the
Visneski Funeral Home, Inc. 10 W
Mahoning Street Danville PA.