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Fred Tylec

Fred W. Tylec

Saturday, January 19th, 1924 - Friday, January 4th, 2019
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Frederick W. Tylec, 94, of DeWitt, passed away Friday evening, January 4, 2019.

Born on January 19, 1924, in Meriden, CT, he was the son of Louis and Mary Tylec. He served in the United States Army as a medic during WWII.
Retiring as the Director of Microbiology from Bristol Myers Squibb.

Fred loved everything about the outdoors, boating, snowmobiling, fishing, hunting and being at the St. Lawrence River.

He is predeceased by his wife Judy Tylec and son David Tylec.

Surviving is his daughter, Carol (Mark) Eich and Peggy (Gene) Lockhart; grandchildren; and sister, Frances Cichowski.

Services will be private at the convenience of the family.

Contributions may be made in his memory to the The Multiple Sclerosis Resources of CNY, P.O. Box 237, East Syracuse, NY 13057.
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Tania Scholder

Posted at 10:23pm
When the birds fly over, I will know they will have passed you on the river. Rest in peace my friend-Tania Scholder


Posted at 09:57am
It is with great pain that I say so long for now to my friend Fred. We spent many hours on the river and on the porch. I have been inspired by his zest for life and his curiosity about things in general. The bass are a little safer today. Dave


Posted at 07:43pm
My sincere condolences to Fred Tylec's family.
Fred was a gentle man. He will be missed.
Do rest in peace
Sarah - The Oaks


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Posted at 05:44am
Carol, Peggy ... so sorry for your loss. I remember your dad as a happy friendly guy with a great sense of humor. There was one day Dave your dad & I went hunting on the ridge. It was a typical cold peaceful winter day. We settled in to await the deer to come by. Next thing I remember is your dad whispering “gimme your gun if you’re gonna sleep out here”. I was better with the camera. He will live on in our hearts.

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