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Dingmann Funeral Home and Cremation Services

109 East 7th Street
Adrian, MN 56110
(507) 483-2761
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John Tyson Sr., prominent Mobilian and former state senator, dies at 91 - WSFA

Monday, April 03, 2017

Mary Tyson Lear. He is survived by his children; John M. Tyson, Jr. (Elizabeth K.), William J. Tyson (Debra O.), Richard M. Tyson (Tracy K.), Grace D. Tyson, Robert C. Tyson (Kimberly C.), Adrian M. Tyson (Paulette P.) and Elizabeth Tyson Ray (H. Paul). He is also survived by his brother, James Jordan Tyson, Jr., U.S.N, Ret., fourteen grandchildren; K. Elizabeth Tyson, Jeanne C. Tyson, Ashley Tyson Johnson (Peter), Emily M. Tyson, William Tyson, Jr. (Alexandria), Maggie Lee Tyson, Grace Durant Castronova, Johnathan G. Bankston, Robert C. Tyson, Jr. (Heather), Angelica L. Tyson, John Price Tyson (Caitlin), John Ashton Moore, Harry Paul Ray, Jr. and Hunter Tyson Ray; seven great-grandchildren; Lillian, Henry and Margaret Johnson, Grace Cecilia Castronova, Alivea and Paisli Tyson, John Fisher Tyson; adopted Russian children; Alex, Tim, Liana, Katya, Nadia, Dasha, Misha, Arkady, Maryna, Natasha, Vlad, Lena and others around the world.The family expresses a special thank you with love to Marilyn Koen, Felecia Johnson and Emily Bowie.Memorial donations may be offered to the Parkinson's Research Foundation, Abba Shrine Transportation Fund, 7701 Hitt Road, Mobile, AL 36695, the University of South Alabama Scholarship Fund and Government Street Presbyterian Church. Condolences may be offered at www.radneyfuneralhome-mobile.com.Visitation will be held Sunday, Nov. 13, from 4 to 8 p.m. at Radney’s Funeral Home on Dauphin Street. Visitation will also be held Monday, Nov. 14, from 9 to 11 a.m. at Government Street Presbyterian Church with service immediately following at 11.  Graveside services will be held at Magnolia Cemetery.    All content © 2016, WALA; Mobile, AL. (A Meredith Corporation Station). All Rights Reserved.

Friend: Shackelford marriage was 'never good' - The Decatur Daily

Monday, April 03, 2017

Minnie Shackelford, 44, beaten and strangled to death in her home at 220 Fourth Ave. N.W. early last Thursday, according to Decatur police Lt. John Crouch.“Minnie was an overall loving person,” said Adrianna Tapscott, a family friend. “She was very forgiving and caring. She would give anyone anything they needed.”Tapscott said she is a close friend of Minnie Shackelford’s son, Jerry Rankin. Rankin and Tapscott grew up together in Decatur, and Tapscott said she spent many days with him at Minnie Shackelford’s residence.When asked about Minnie Shackelford’s relationship with husband Andreas Shackelford, her tone changed.“No, it was never good,” Tapscott said of the Shackelfords' marriage. “She knew he wasn’t good for her, but she was so forgiving.”Tapscott said Minnie Shackelford recently wanted to file for divorce, but she opted to “give it another try.” No divorce documents for Minnie Shackelford or Andreas Shackelford were filed.Tapscott said she was never close to Andreas Shackelford, and that Andreas Shackelford was not Rankin’s father.Rankin could not be reached for comment.Pamela Bolding, director of the Neighborhood Christian Center, said Minnie Shackelford used to attend the center’s Tuesday night women’s Bible study, but that she had not regularly attended in the past six months.“She always had positive insight into our studies and was an encouragement to all,” Bolding said in an email.According to police, the couple was married and living together at the time of the killing, but ...

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John Tyson Sr., prominent Mobilian and former state senator, dies at 91 - WSFA

Monday, April 03, 2017

Mary Tyson Lear. He is survived by his children; John M. Tyson, Jr. (Elizabeth K.), William J. Tyson (Debra O.), Richard M. Tyson (Tracy K.), Grace D. Tyson, Robert C. Tyson (Kimberly C.), Adrian M. Tyson (Paulette P.) and Elizabeth Tyson Ray (H. Paul). He is also survived by his brother, James Jordan Tyson, Jr., U.S.N, Ret., fourteen grandchildren; K. Elizabeth Tyson, Jeanne C. Tyson, Ashley Tyson Johnson (Peter), Emily M. Tyson, William Tyson, Jr. (Alexandria), Maggie Lee Tyson, Grace Durant Castronova, Johnathan G. Bankston, Robert C. Tyson, Jr. (Heather), Angelica L. Tyson, John Price Tyson (Caitlin), John Ashton Moore, Harry Paul Ray, Jr. and Hunter Tyson Ray; seven great-grandchildren; Lillian, Henry and Margaret Johnson, Grace Cecilia Castronova, Alivea and Paisli Tyson, John Fisher Tyson; adopted Russian children; Alex, Tim, Liana, Katya, Nadia, Dasha, Misha, Arkady, Maryna, Natasha, Vlad, Lena and others around the world.The family expresses a special thank you with love to Marilyn Koen, Felecia Johnson and Emily Bowie.Memorial donations may be offered to the Parkinson's Research Foundation, Abba Shrine Transportation Fund, 7701 Hitt Road, Mobile, AL 36695, the University of South Alabama Scholarship Fund and Government Street Presbyterian Church. Condolences may be offered at www.radneyfuneralhome-mobile.com.Visitation will be held Sunday, Nov. 13, from 4 to 8 p.m. at Radney’s Funeral Home on Dauphin Street. Visitation will also be held Monday, Nov. 14, from 9 to 11 a.m. at Government Street Presbyterian Church with service immediately following at 11.  Graveside services will be held at Magnolia Cemetery.    All content © 2016, WALA; Mobile, AL. (A Meredith Corporation Station). All Rights Reserved.

Friend: Shackelford marriage was 'never good' - The Decatur Daily

Monday, April 03, 2017

Minnie Shackelford, 44, beaten and strangled to death in her home at 220 Fourth Ave. N.W. early last Thursday, according to Decatur police Lt. John Crouch.“Minnie was an overall loving person,” said Adrianna Tapscott, a family friend. “She was very forgiving and caring. She would give anyone anything they needed.”Tapscott said she is a close friend of Minnie Shackelford’s son, Jerry Rankin. Rankin and Tapscott grew up together in Decatur, and Tapscott said she spent many days with him at Minnie Shackelford’s residence.When asked about Minnie Shackelford’s relationship with husband Andreas Shackelford, her tone changed.“No, it was never good,” Tapscott said of the Shackelfords' marriage. “She knew he wasn’t good for her, but she was so forgiving.”Tapscott said Minnie Shackelford recently wanted to file for divorce, but she opted to “give it another try.” No divorce documents for Minnie Shackelford or Andreas Shackelford were filed.Tapscott said she was never close to Andreas Shackelford, and that Andreas Shackelford was not Rankin’s father.Rankin could not be reached for comment.Pamela Bolding, director of the Neighborhood Christian Center, said Minnie Shackelford used to attend the center’s Tuesday night women’s Bible study, but that she had not regularly attended in the past six months.“She always had positive insight into our studies and was an encouragement to all,” Bolding said in an email.According to police, the couple was married and living together at the time of the killing, but ...