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Darrell Owen Tyson

Darrell Owen Tyson, 52, of Kill Devil Hills, died July 6, 2020 surrounded by friends and loved ones.

Darrell spent 30 years working at Rust Plumbing. He spent weekends working with Major League Plumbing. Darrell was proud of his professional colleagues.

He was raised in Pea Ridge. Darrell was preceded in death by parents Marvin and Gladys Tyson; brother David Dougherty; and sister Diane Dougherty.

Darrell is survived by brother Darrin Dougherty (Steva) of Jacksonville, Fla.; sister Heidi Boucher (Marc) of Landers, Calif.; nieces and a host of extended relatives and close friends.

Join us Saturday, July 11, 2020 from 1 p.m. until late in the backyard at the Blue Crab Tavern as we share our memories.

To express condolences and read the full obituary, visit www.gallopfuneralservices.com. Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. was entrusted with arrangements.

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