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Cloria Tyler

Cloria L. Tyler, 72, of Hoopersville Maryland passed away Friday, December 6, 2013 at UMSMC at Easton.
Born on Hoopers Island July 15, 1941 she was a daughter of the late Emma Andrew and Hobart Creighton. She attended the local schools in the area. On April 27, 1957 she married David W. Tyler. They were blessed with 6 children. Cloria was a female waterman. She loved all aspects of working on the water but mostly being able to work with her husband. She was a wonderful homemaker and mother to her children. Her family was everything to her. Mr. Tyler passed away February 13, 2008 leaving Cloria with a broken heart from which she never recovered. She would sit and stare at his picture for hours. Her devotion for her family is what kept her going.
Cloria would volunteer at the Salvation Army in Cambridge.
Cloria is survived by her children David H. Tyler, Sr. and wife Rose of Taylor's Island, Tommy F. Tyler and wife June of East New Market, Sherry R. Null of Fishing Creek, Shelly M. Tyler of Cambridge, John W. Tyler and wife Lanette of Florida and Sherry L. Tyler of Fishing Creek; brothers Butch Creighton and wife Nancy of Fishing Creek, Hobart C. Creighton and wife Cindy of West Virginia and Rankin S. Creighton and his companion Melissa of Linkwood; sister Dorothy Coffey of Vienna, and several grandchildren , great grandchildren, nieces and nephews along with two very special caregivers to her during her illness, nurse Dawn Feher and nursing assistant Giggles Stevens.
Preceding Cloria in death besides her parents and husband is a sister Brooksie J. Wright and a brother in law Lonnie R. Coffey.
The family will hold a private informal memorial service for family and friends Wednesday evening.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations in memory of Cloria can be made to Coastal Hospice Foundation, P.O. Box 1733, Salisbury, MD 21802.
Arrangements are entrusted to Newcomb and Collins Funeral Home, P.A., 308 High Street, Cambridge, MD.
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so sorry for your loss wish we could have been with you we remember the fun times with cora at the salvation army.She was always smiling and never had a bad thing to say .

grace and ron Akers Dec 13 2013 12:00 AM

"You have my deepest sympathy."

Sheila Moyano Dec 11 2013 12:00 AM

Very sorry to hear of miss clorias passing.If you need anything please dont hesitate

Tommy Willey Dec 10 2013 12:00 AM

Rest in peace Mrs. Tyler. We will all miss you. Keeping all the family in our thoughts and prayers.

Colleen Curran-Bromwell Dec 9 2013 12:00 AM

David,Tommy,Sherry,Butch,Hobart,Rankin & Family's we were sadden to hear about your MOTHER's passing. We also know that she will be missed & in your Heart's forever. Our sympathy & prayers are & will be with the whole Family during the hard days ahead.

William & Maria Barnes Dec 9 2013 12:00 AM

To the Tyler Family. Over the many years we've been neighbors, we always enjoyed talking with Cora Lee. We will miss her fun spirit and good conversations. Prayers and positive thoughts to you all.

The Blake Family Dec 9 2013 12:00 AM

Johnny, Shelly and family ~ Our thoughts are with you ALL during this very sad time. Having lost loved ones also, we understand what you are having to endure. Our parents are the ones who always love and protect us no matter what....please know we care so much!

Johnny, Joanie & Family Dec 9 2013 12:00 AM

We are so sorry to hear of your loved ones passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.

Steve Lewis & Janie Elliott Dec 8 2013 12:00 AM

Our thoughts and prayers goes out to the family. Steve and Karen Abbott

Steve Abbott Dec 8 2013 12:00 AM

I am so sorry to hear of Mrs. Cloria's passing. Please feel my heartfelt sympathy as I just lost my mother a couple of weeks ago. I pray for you all at this time and know how hard it is but remember she is in a much better place now.

Cindy Paul Dec 7 2013 12:00 AM