Nancy Marie Tyler

Nancy Marie Tyler (nee Martel), age 80, went to be with the Lord on May 30, 2023. She was born on August 5, 1942, in Detroit, Michigan, to the late Joseph and Lavina Martel. She is survived by her husband John Tyler and three children, Renee Wujkowski, Dawn (Marvin) Haps, and Thomas (Lisa) Kennedy. She is also survived by four grandchildren, Casey (Andrew) Pytel, Tyler (Nicole) Kennedy, Taylor (James) Hammerle, and Kelly Wujkowski. She was a loving great grandmother to Noah, Addison, McKenzie, and Owen and a loving sister to Carol Martel and her late brother Thomas (Phyllis) Martel. Nancy had a strong devotion to her Lord and lived in faith each and every day. She found joy in spending time with her family and close friends. Nancy was a special person who lit up every room she entered and touched the lives of everyone who got the privilege of meeting her. She will be dearly missed by all those who knew her.

A celebration of life will be held for Nancy Tyler at Calvary Chapel in Oakland County, at 1976 E Long Lake Rd, Troy, MI 48085 at 1:00 PM on Saturday, July 8, 2023.

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  1. Jesse Jaskowiak

    Nancy was one of those people who would always bring a smile to your face, she was always an encouragement to everyone who came in contact with her. I’ll miss her greatly, until I see you again, love you Nancy!

  2. I’m glad she went home to Jesus and she is at peace. She was so loved by many. I thank God for this wonderful lady and the friendship I enjoyed with her ❤️.
    Praying for all her loved ones.

  3. Nancy was a gift to all who knew her. There is not a kinder or sweeter soul of us who remain. What a joy it will be when we see her again with our Savior. God bless and comfort you.

  4. Nancy was a true inspiration. She had a fight and spunk in her that always had us laughing. Her relationship with our Lord was profound and I am so blessed to call her friend and sister-in-Christ. Nancy had a special way of connecting with people, even with my young daughter-who she always made an effort to make feel special and understood. We are going to miss Nancy but will hold dear our time spent with her. May the Lord keep her family close at this time and bring comfort and reassurance that they will be reunited whenever the Lord calls us home.

  5. May her soul rest in peace. My deepest condolences. Time is the only healer to the loss you all bear. Love and regards

  6. Laurie Herman

    Nancy’s walk with the Lord was evident in her life. She shined bright for Jesus ❤️
    Now she’s worshipping her Savior face to face.

  7. Patricia Halan

    Nancy was a wonderful friend to my mother-in-law Nada. I am so happy they will be together in heaven. My condolences and prayers to the family.

  8. Darla McCulloch

    Nancy was an inspiration! Even through her trials she was blessing others with her smiles and joy in the Lord. She will be missed by her Calvary Chapel family. ❤️

  9. Nancy was one of the kindest souls we have ever known. She was always encouraging others no matter what she was going through. We love you Nancy and happy you are face to face with Jesus now in your glorious new home! “See you at the gates my friend!” Our prayers to John and the family🙏🏻

  10. Nancy was a beautiful person who love God, and a mother to my son Marcus Nellum. He would always ask my opinion on doing something, then I would hear, I am doing this because I talk to Nancy and Nancy said. Practically Nancy advice was the advice he sought and went with. I am so grateful to her and I will missed her, especially Marcus.

  11. Nancy & I became very good friends when I married her brother Tom. Nancy was an inspiration to me. She was a joy to be around, had many a good laughs and was very consoling in times of need. She will be greatly missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her. Rest in peace with Jesus.

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