Joseph Millard Tyner, age 86, passed away on April 7, 2006, in Salt Lake City, Utah, from causes incident to age.\n\tHe was born in Tremonton, Utah, on March 27, 1920, to Joseph Millard Tyner and Cleora Merle Haws Tyner. Attended West and South High Schools. He married Elaine Baggs on July 10, 1941. Marriage later solemnized in the Salt Lake Temple. He enlisted in the Army Air Corps with the intention of becoming a pilot and was stationed at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware. After the war, he returned home with Elaine and settled in Sugar House. Later they moved to South Cottonwood/Murray.\n\tJoe was a long time employee of the Newspaper Agency Corp. working for over 60 years until he retired to care for his beloved wife, Elaine. A humble man; he enjoyed his family; golfing; all sports; current events; reading; gardening, especially growing tomatoes; and was always learning. A member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints, his favorite calling was as a primary teacher. He was a caring Father and a much loved Granddad.\n\tSurvived by daughter and son-in-law, Janell and Floyd Evans; three special grandsons, David (Tonya), Charles, and Elder Aaron Evans, serving in the Mississippi Jackson Mission. One sister, Alice Sandberg, CA.\n\tPreceded in death by wife, Elaine; infant daughter, Janis; son, Kent; parents; brothers and sister, Ted, Lynn, and Verda Gay Davison.\n\t Funeral services will be held on Tues., April 11, 2006; 12 noon; at the Butler 8th Ward Chapel, 2695 East 7000 South, Cottonwood Heights. Family and friends may visit one hour before services. Interment at Salt Lake City Cemetery.\n\tWe would like to thank Silverado Senior Living and Hearts for Hospice for their extraordinary care for Dad, ensuring that his last days were comfortable. Also, a special ‘thank you’ for Floyd, who has given loving care and help to Dad.