Schnider Funeral Home Great Falls Montana


Keith Tyner
Keith Tyner


Keith Tyner

May 10, 1957 - Jan 14, 2012

Keith ‘Papa’ Tyner, 54, of Great Falls, a disabled paramedic and US Air Force veteran died of cardiac arrest on Saturday, January 14, 2012 at a local hospital.
A memorial service will be held at First Baptist Church on Saturday, January 21, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. A reception will follow. Schnider Funeral Home is handling arrangements.
Keith was born on May 10, 1957 in Eugene, OR. 
Keith was raised all over the United States, Canada and Malasia. He worked in several different career fields including the oil field, Park and Rec. and emergency medicine until an injury and illness forced him to retire on disability. He began attending Set Free in 1996 and found a true calling for his life, servanthood. 
In 1979, Keith married his first wife, Jeannie Wetham and they later divorced in 1982. Keith and Tracy Shatto were united in marriage in 1985 in Great Falls. 
Keith enjoyed sharing the love of Jesus and wood carving. 
Keith is survived by his wife, Tracy Tyner of Great Falls; his parents, Sharon Flett of Conrad, MT and Pauline Tyner of Conrad, MT; a daughter, Jessica Tyner of Clarksville, TN; a son, Keith (Amanda) Tyner of Casper, WY; sisters Lori Tyner of Miles City, MT and Sheri Tyner of Conrad, MT; brothers Paul (Laurie) Tyner of Great Falls, MT and Duane (Karla) Tyner of Conrad, MT and five grandchildren. Additional survivors include Justin Shatto, Montana (Rick) Starding, Christine Lisignoli and many nieces and nephews. 
He was preceded in death by his father, Keith E. Tyner; and maternal and paternal grandparents. 

Public Guest Book

Jan 17th
Laura Taylor
Dear Tyner Family,
I was saddened to read of your loss of Keith. I'll always have great memories of the times we were all together for a season in time @ Set Free. All the best to you and yours! Sending Huge hugs to you all! Laura Taylor, Deadwood , SD
Jan 18th
Kim Venetz
Lori & Sherri - my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your families. The Lord watch over you and keep you in his loving arms in this time of great sorrow.
Jun 17th
Jessica Tyner
Wish I could just call you now and say "I
LOVE YOU" wish we had more time to
Have settled our differences! I am happy
To know you are in heaven and you
Have finally seen your beautiful grand daughter
She is just like me :) I feel I'm Like you
But no one to tell me so... Your passing has
Been hard for me... I lost much more than just
You.... You may have been every bodies 'papa'
But you were my Dad and anytime I ride my
Bike, your patch on my vest... I'm riding with
And for you ... Miss you always


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