Tandyn Almer

The family will receive friends in the Madison Chapel at Advent Funeral Services on Sunday, January 13 from 1:00pm-2:00pm. A memorial service will begin at 2:00pm.

6 Responses to Tandyn Almer

  1. Robert Morrison says:

    Sorry to hear of Tandyn’s passing. He was a great talent, composer and musician. He will be remembered always. God bless, and my condolences to his friends and family.

    • Michael Roe says:

      Tandyn did some great work over the last 50 years that continues to be enjoyed all over the world by many people. Indeed, he should be in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. For now, he will have to remain in the Hall of Fame in all our hearts, which is the most important one. R.I.P. kind sir ~~ : *

  2. Margy Miller says:

    Tandyn’s great big heart is what made the biggest and most lasting impression on me. I will always love and miss you, Tandy.

  3. Rick Snyder says:

    Tandyn was one of my greatest inspirations; a true songwriting hero. I am truly saddened to hear of his passing, but am thankful that I had the opportunity to let him know how much I appreciated his Genius during his lifetime. May he be long remembered and celebrated!

  4. Jim Veihdeffer says:

    For anyone interested in reading an analysis of “Along Comes Mary” which delves, respectfully, into speculations about his personal life, you are welcome to read the 2008 blog post, “Along Comes Mary – Unraveled.”

    The comments from friends, family and others are as intriguing as the pop-literary effort.


  5. Jim Veihdeffer says:

    I think the URL from the Words In Action blog may have become garbled in the previous post so I’m taking the liberty of re-posting the “short form” and the Permalink


    Permalink: http://jveeds.wordpress.com/2008/10/24/“along-comes-mary”-–-unraveled/

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