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Marin Independent Journal
June 11, 1965
Dr. Lloyd Tyler, 67, Succumbs
Dr. Lloyd Grafton Tyler, 67, a retired Marin physician and surgeon and resident here since 1931, died yesterday at a local hospital after a long illness.
He lived at 120 Sturdivant Avenue, San Anselmo, and practiced in San Rafael from 1931 to 1956. A well-known general practitioner and surgeon, he retired in 1957.
He was a native of Oregon, and descendant of California pioneers. His father also was a physician.
Dr. Tyler received B.A. and M.D. degrees from University of California. He practiced for a short time in Crescent City before coming to San Rafael.
During World War I he served in France with the U.S. Armyís 54th Ammunition Train. He was a member of the Marin Medical Society, Commonwealth Club of California, Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society, Nu Sigma Nu medical fraternity, and Crescent Lodge 45, Free and Accepted Masons.
Surviving are his wife, Mabel M. Tyler; a son, Lloyd A. Tyler of Berkeley; a daughter, Mrs. Clyde Childress of Palo Alto; a sister, Mrs. George Schemoon of Eureka, and six grandchildren.
Private funeral was held today at Chapel of the Hills, San Anselmo. Contributions in Dr. Tylerís memory may be made to a cancer research fund or to the Save The Redwoods League.
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