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Tyrone Lee Koons
April 19, 1975 - November 14, 2020

Tyrone Lee “Ty” Koons of Lake City passed away Saturday evening November 14, 2020 of natural causes at the age of 45 years, 6 months and 26 days.  He was born Saturday, April 19, 1975 inJonesboro and had lived in the area his lifetime.   He was a former juvenile administrator for Craighead County Jail.  Politics was one of his favorite things, especially Ronald Reagan and President Trump.  John Wayne was his favorite actor and his sports teams were the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Dallas Cowboys.   He was the former minister at Egypt Church of Christ and was a member of Nettleton Church of Christ in Jonesboro.   He was preceded in death by his father, J.C. Koons, nephew Hunter “Earl” Keiter and mother-in-law, Patricia Lowery.           Ty is survived by his wife, Takecha Lowery Koons and  mother, Violet Schultz Koons both of the home; two brothers, Ronnie (Hanna) Koons of Jonesboro and Kevin (Amy) Keiter of Monette; father-in-law, Alvis Lowery of Harrisburg; brother-in-law, Eric (Angela) Lowery of Harrisburg; nieces, Kaesha (Shane) Koons, Summer (Chase) Peck and Alison Koons; Nephews, Jackson (Hannah) Lowery, Connor Lowery, Drake Mullen, Carson Koons, and Evan Koons.                     A Celebration of Life  Memorial service will be Saturday afternoon at 1:00 p.m. at Nettleton Church of Christ in Jonesboro with Joe Spangler and Brock Kendall officiating.  Due to Ty’s dedication to politics, family has requested service attendees wear red, white, and blue attire or their Ty strong T-shirts.  Burial will be private.         Lasting memorials are asked to consider the Children’s Home in Paragould or St. Jude’s Children Hospital       An online guest book can be signed at www.thompsonfuneralhome.net.

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Funeral Service

November 21, 2020
01:00 PM

Nettleton Church of Christ


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  1. Paul Mcanally , Trumann says

    Ty your going to be missed by everyone. I enjoyed working with you on Lake City’s planning and zoning. Whenever there were politics involved you were right in the middle helping those who were running for a position. Continued prayers for your family.

  2. Rep. Brandt Smith , Jonesboro says

    You will be missed my friend. I have many fond memories of you. Your passion for service and love for our Lord have blessed many. We will see you again in heaven.

  3. Joshua Dement, Pocahontas, AR says

    Ty was a great friend and fellow gospel preacher. I will miss his kind and encouraging nature and will look forward to seeing him again. Our prayers are with Sissy and all the family.

  4. Chris Brooks, Caraway says

    You will be missed my dear friend and you was a great man and sending condoleneces to your family

  5. Jamie Wells, Caraway says

    You're gonna be missed buddy, the mold we definitely broke when god made you!

  6. Sandra Nall, Lake City says

    Condolences to family

  7. johnnie, Jonesboro says

    I am so sad to hear about the passing of the good man....sending my condolences to the family.

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