Darryl Arness Tyson

December 3, 1957 - October 8, 2017
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Darryl Arness Tyson was born December 3, 1957 in New Orleans, LA. He developed a passion for big rig trucks at a young age and turned that passion into a 35+ year career of truck driving.

Darryl passed in Laredo, TX on Sunday, October 8, 2017   Honoring the family requests, Mr. Tyson had cremation services.

Funeral arrangements are by Fred Dickey Funeral & Cremation Services, 1320 Trey Dr, Laredo, TX. 78041. (956)723-3611. You may leave condolences to the family online at www.freddickey.com

 

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Laredo, Texas 78041

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Born: December 3, 1957
Died: October 8, 2017

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Kay Brown posted on 9/17/20

I am just learning of Darryl's passing. My husband, Sidney and myself, Kay were good friends with Darryl . Prayers and condolences for his survivors. Sleep peacefully Darryl.

 

Arlinda, "Lil Sis" posted on 11/10/17

Gone way too soon! I will cherish the memories we created together. I will miss our dinners @ Pappadeaux when you would come to Cedar Hill and our late-night chats about everything. I am so glad you finally got that Maxima you wanted. Who knew that when Keith and I saw you and Maus in New Orleans @ another favorite eatery (Cajun Seafood) that that would be the last time we see each other. I still cannot believe you are gone. You will never be forgotten.

 

Eliza Hernandez posted on 10/15/17

You were a person with a heart of gold. Always giving decent advise in anything you saw there were problems in. You left too soon in the little time you got to become a member in our family and we all cherish you as a family member. Let’s not forget your love for Vanilla ice cream, you left a great memory in us all. You will be dearly missed and never forgotten. Rest In Peace Darryl.

 

Rodolfo Hernandez posted on 10/15/17

Thank you for everything you have done for this family. I’m glad I had the opportunity to met you. Rest In Peace

 

Adriana Lizette Ramirez posted on 10/15/17

Darryl was such a kind person. He was always smiling and making jokes. He has been part of our family for a couple of years now and during that time we often got to see what a great person he was. He will be greatly missed but his memory will live on. I will forever be thankful to him for making my mother happy during the time he was with us. Rest In Peace Darryl. - Adriana Lizette

 

Ale posted on 10/14/17

Thank you for making my mom the happiest person and for showing my mom places she’s never seen before. You will be missed in our family. Rest In Peace.

 

Martha Hernandez posted on 10/14/17

It was a pleasure meeting you. May your soul Rest In Peace you will be missed.

 

Dolores Ramirez posted on 10/14/17

Darryl was a kind and good man that I had the pleasure of meeting. I will miss his jokes and our conversations. He was very attentive to me and my family when my husband passed and I will never forget that. We all appreciated him and were very happy with his company. Darryl’s memory will live forever in our family as he was loved by all of us. Rest In Peace Darryl. - Dolores Ramirez

 

Adriana Ramirez posted on 10/14/17

I had the pleasure of having Darryl be part of my life and family for about 12 years. He was a kind, serviceable, respectful and thoughtful person. I loved him very much and genuinely cared for his well being. We had many plans for the future but I am at peace knowing that he is in a better place. I look forward to seeing him again one day but for now, I will have to seek solace in the memories that we made. - Maus (Adriana)

 

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