Phyllis Dianne Tinsley
April 27, 1947 - March 2, 2021
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  Phyllis Dianne Tinsley, daughter of Bob and Norma Hickman Lawrence, was born April 27, 1947 in Stella, Missouri and departed this life March 2, 2021 at the age of seventy three. On December 18, 1969 she was united in marriage to James L. Tinsley and to this union two children were born. She is…

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Teresa Garr left a message on March 8, 2021:
My deepest sympathies to Phylli's family. I met Phyllis at the gym during a body flow class about four years ago. What a lovely lady! Always so kind and loving. Phyllis had the sweetest spirit and a twinkle in her eye. Sending love and comfort to your family.
Teresa Garr left a message on March 8, 2021:
My deepest sympathies to Phylli's family. I met Phyllis at the gym during a body flow class about four years ago. What a lovely lady! Always so kind and loving. Phyllis had the sweetest spirit and a twinkle in her eye. Sending love and comfort to your family.
Pat Wallis left a message on March 7, 2021:
Dear Jimmy, Lance, and Max, Phyllis was such a fixture at Cox. I don’t recall quite so many inquiries and exessions of sadness from friends and former co-workers as have come to me since the spread of the shocking news of Phyllis’ sudden passing. She was well known and beloved by many. We share many good memories of times working together back in the ‘old days’, comparing funny stories of our young children among friends. It was obvious she loved her Jimmy, too, and wasn’t shy about that. She always had an easy smile and an upbeat, can do, no problem attitude. Though I seldom happened, when I would see her out and about, there was always that quick smile and easy laugh - contagious! She will be missed by many friends, old and more recent. I will pray for peace for you all as you learn to live without that indominable spirit. With sincere condolences, Pat Wallis
Pat Wallis left a message on March 7, 2021:
Dear Jimmy, Lance, and Max, Phyllis was such a fixture at Cox. I don’t recall quite so many inquiries and exessions of sadness from friends and former co-workers as have come to me since the spread of the shocking news of Phyllis’ sudden passing. She was well known and beloved by many. We share many good memories of times working together back in the ‘old days’, comparing funny stories of our young children among friends. It was obvious she loved her Jimmy, too, and wasn’t shy about that. She always had an easy smile and an upbeat, can do, no problem attitude. Though I seldom happened, when I would see her out and about, there was always that quick smile and easy laugh - contagious! She will be missed by many friends, old and more recent. I will pray for peace for you all as you learn to live without that indominable spirit. With sincere condolences, Pat Wallis
Jim Admire left a message on March 7, 2021:
So sorry to hear of your loss. Please know you and your families are in our thoughts and prayers. - Jim and Claire Admire
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Pat Haas left a message on March 6, 2021:
I am so sorry for your loss and Phyllis's tragic death. I knew Phyllis from working at Cox. She was a wonderful, dedicated nurse who touched many lives and will be lovingly remembered.
Phil Monroe, MD left a message on March 6, 2021:
So sorry for your loss. Nurse Tinsley always worked hard for her patients to give them the proper and needed care. She was a true roll model for the younger nurses and an asset to the health care profession. She will be missed.
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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