Billy Kyner

Billy Kyner

Billy KynerBilly Joseph Kyner, age 76 of Marshall, passed away Monday, February 25, 2019 at Franklin Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Franklin. There will be no services at this time.  Stephens Funeral Service – Tracy Area Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

Billy Joseph Kyner was born December 11, 1942 in Bakersfield, CA. Billy moved to Kansas City, MO in the early 1960’s with his first wife. Together they had two children Sherry Cook-Finely and John Kyner. They later parted ways. In 1993 he met Frankie Waggoner-Gregg. They got married on May 13th, 1994 and together had one daughter, Helena. Billy also welcomed her two sons Denton and Clinton Gregg. Later in life, Billy retired from Certainteed Fiberglass and moved to rural Arkansas. In 2014, Billy and Frankie moved to southwest Minnesota to be closer to their grandchildren. Billy was a free spirit with a kind heart and had a larger than life sense of humor. He loved music by Pink Floyd, gardening, tinkering with computers, antiquing and art. Billy especially enjoyed true crime and family history books.

Billy is survived by his wife Frankie Kyner; children: Sherry, John, Helena and Denton; 10 grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren; brothers: Ron and Terry Kyner; and sister Martha Whisman. He is preceded in death by his parents, William and Odean Kyner; and son Clinton.

3 thoughts on “Billy Kyner”

  1. Billy tonight I went on line to find some Bible verses because a dear Aunt of mine passed away. I found you and wanted to leave a comment. My aunt’s name is Mary Armstrong and if you run into her up there let her know her family loves her as I’m sure your family loves you as well. Rest in peace Billy. Aaron ArmstrongMendoza

  2. Helena Rae Kyner

    Daddy I love you and miss you so much? this just doesn’t seem real…..I’d give anything to sit with you one more time and watch dark side of the moon with you and listen to you tell me about all of your younger antics and family history. Don’t drive me crazy up there with your Pink Floyd ??
    Your little girl,
    Helena Rae Kyner

  3. Frankie Ilene Kyner

    My dear husband this has been a long lonely year. I don’t even know how much you wrap your strong arms and tell me everything will be fine. Your grandson was humming one of your pink Floyd songs. For the life of me I can’t remember what. He looked up at his mom and said poppy said good night momma. I love you Billy Joseph Kyner. I will see you in heaven

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