- 81 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 17, 1934
- Date of passing: Aug 24, 2016
|Love and memories last forever...|
Rudolph Tyler passed away suddenly on August 24 the at the home of his stepdaughter and son in law.
Born to Fleet and Johnnie Mae Tyler on Nov.17, 1934 in Glennville, Ga. Mr. Tyler was a supervisor at Exxon Bayway Refinery in Linden, NJ until his retirement. He then drove a school bus for Central Regional School district. He coached Pop Warner football in Belmar, NJ. He was also very involved with Berkeley Twp. Recreation as a basketball and softball coach.
Rudolph, a quiet and gentle man, found peace in his faith and his family. He will be missed by all who knew him.
Rudolph was predeceased by his wife of 25 yrs., Carolyn Edith, in January, 2006. He is survived by his stepdaughter Laurie Vreeland and husband, Francis. Grandaughter Tara Menschner and wife Rayna Brueckmann. Granddaughter Janai Wilson. Grandson Robert Menschner Jr. and wife Claudia. Great grandsons Tyler and Caleb Wilson, Connor, Brady, and Aidan Menschner. Daughters Charilyndra McIntosh, her children Christina, Anthony, and Abraham. Cheryl and her husband Charles Salley. Sons Kelvin and wife Cynthia, their children Alyce, Ashley, Rita, Kelvin Jr. and Alexis. Son Karl and wife Tanya and their children Milan, Bryan, Paris, Jayda (predeceased R.I.P ). Son Eric and his children, Erica, Jasmine, Felisha, Eric Jr. and Na-jahee. Son Craig and his children Adam and Ryan. Rudolph also leaves behind 21 more great- grandchildren.
A Memorial Service will be held 10 a.m. on Sept. 10. 2016 at Second Baptist Church of Toms River 2 First St. So. Toms River, NJ.
"From Ray Parks
I work at bayway for over 30 years, Rudolph was a good person. It was not easy."
"You will always be remembered, Pops, by us. Paris misses you dearly and says kiss Jayda for us. We will miss your phone calls. Rest well; until we meet again. Prayers for the entire family. Peace and blessings. Karl and Tanya."
I am so happy to have seen you more recently. You will always be remembered as a positive person in my childhood. A great coach and always dedicated to your softball girls! Thank you for your guidance. May you rest in peace. Love Erika"
"Poppu, so many memories growing up with Tara... You were the best softball coach ever!!! Your heart was big and full of love.. You will be greatly missed. Say hello to Gram and of course if u c my mom and dad too....love always❤️"
"You will b missed poppu. Christmas won't the same without you trying to steal our money. You are a wonderful person n I love you. Thank you for always supporting me. I will always b ur "jay bird"."
"Dear Rudy, I remember all of the family gatherings for the kids' birthday parties where we would just sit and chat. You were always so kind to me and gave me lots of good advice when we talked about life's lessons. Rest in peace."
You were a quiet, peaceful gentle man who never complained. I miss you and thank you for being my "dad". Thank you for being there for us all. I know you are in a wonderful place and at peace. Give Mom a big hug and kiss for me !"
"To my loving grandfather, I will always miss those late nights throwing the softball and all those trips up north to get me to be a better pitcher. All the lives you've touch along the way will never be forgotten. You will always be with me. I love and miss you dearly. I miss your daily phone calls. Tell Gram we love and miss her."
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