Tyrone Palmer

Tyrone Palmer - Holley, NY -Rochester Cremation

Tyrone Palmer began his journey in life in Canton, Mississippi on July 15, 1952 where he lived till his early teens. He later moved with his mother and step-father to Florida. He eventually migrated to Holley, New York, where he met a loving family whom he chose to reside with and finish his education.

Tyrone retired in 2009 and spent most of his time with his family. He was an athletic basketball star in high school and enjoyed all sports. Tyrone loved football as well. His favorite team being the Buffalo Bills.

Tyrone is predeceased by his parents, Elise Doyle and Tommy Cole. His adoptive parents, Charlotte and Joseph Wahl and one brother, David Wahl.

He is survived by his life long partner, Jacquline Hill. Three daughters, Ammecka Hill, Chrystal (Howard) Kidd and Natoya Palmer. One brother, Douglas Wahl, on sister Ilene Wahl. Gradnchildren, Keaunna McFarland, Jhane Shaniqua McFarland, Dymin Kidd, Ocean Hill, Zania Kidd, Jhani Johnson, Howard Kidd, Jr., Kamer Palmer. Greatgrands, Gregory McFarland, Karmen McFarland, Raekwon Blandino Jr. and Soleigh Faison. A host of loving family and friends.

4 Condolences

  1. Debra D DeFilipps on May 3, 2022 at 7:57 pm

    So sorry to see this notice about Tyrone. He was such a nice guy. Sad to lose another classmate from HCS class of 1971.

  2. Christine Allen on May 4, 2022 at 7:09 am

    Sorry to hear about Tyrone’s passing. He was a fun classmate and leaves us with fond memories.

  3. Steven D. Smith on May 20, 2022 at 1:01 pm

    Early in my law enforcement career I walked into a situation that could’ve gone “horribly south” were it not for Tyrone Palmer. He truly “saved my bacon” that night & I was always grateful!!
    Rest In Peace – Classmate & Friend…….Smitty.

    Steve Smith
    HCS Class of 1971

  4. Lynn Codori Hewitt on August 11, 2022 at 3:59 pm

    Rest In Peace Tyrone
    Thank you for being such a big part of my high school years class of 1971. Your friendship, super great sense of humor and warm smile will always be remembered by me and Jay.
    The Wahls were a such a loving 🥰 part of our lives as well.
    See you on the other side,
    Lynn Codori & Jay Hewitt

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