Byron Duncil
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Byron Duncil

Byron Duncil

Thursday, May 15th, 1947 - Sunday, March 22nd, 2020
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Byron Earl Duncil, 72, passed away on Sunday, March 22, 2020. He was born in Fairmont on May 15, 1947, a son of the late Earl and Alice Duncil.
Surviving are his sister, Nancy Bush, his niece, Lessa Murphy, her husband, Tim, and their children, Ian and Zain.
Byron was preceded in death by his nephew, David Bush and his brother-in-law, Dave Bush.
Employed 36 years by the Marion County Board of Education, he was a Driver’s Education instructor at Fairmont Senior High School.
Yet his lifelong interest was farming; he was a member of the Black Angus Farming Association.
He generously opened his heart and his home to his pets and the people he kept close to him.
Cremation services were provided, and no public services will be held.
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A service of Harmer Funeral Home, Shinnston
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Madeline Oliverio

Posted at 06:00pm
Byron Duncil was a dedicated teacher who enjoyed and understood his students. He, also, had a love for farming and cattle. Byron had serious health issues which he uncomplaining accepted. May he now Rest In Peace; my heartfelt sympathy for his family. Madeline Oliverio

Lew Petonick

Posted at 08:48am
Byron and I played intramural football at Fairmont State,had graduate classes at WVU,and taught together at Fairmont Senior for 29 years. Byron was a great friend who would do anything to help. He and I had some great stories about supervising the Back Drive at Fairmont Senior and his adventures with his dogs and his cattle stories. I shared some of is stories with family and friends which always resulted in a good laugh. Byron was quite a story teller. Once I offered to detail his truck,little did I know it was the farm truck. Great memories of a Great friend and a Better mam. MAY HE REST IN PEACE.

Ann Jeanette Vandergrift-Starks

Posted at 07:38am
I had Mr. Duncil for Driver's Ed. He was a very patient and kind man. He always had a hello for his students. I am truly sorry for your loss. May the memories of happy times comfort you as you morn his loss.

Ann Jeanette Starks
Class of 1980 FSHS
Bardstown, KY

Mike Hogan

Posted at 08:46am
My name is Mike Hogan and I have many fond memories of Mr. Duncil! He was a Good man and he was always there for me when I was growing up. I went to West side and I was somewhat of a Bad boy but he always has time for me and I will never forget him! Thank you Mr.Duncil for stopping and taking the time out of your busy day for me! God Bless

Linda Parrish Klein

Posted at 08:30am
Deepest sympathies to your family. Mr. Duncil was my driver's ed teacher and was simply one of the nicest people on Earth. He made fun of me when I had an accident in my MG Midget on ice and then I had my turn to give him a hard time when he wrecked on ice in Enterprise. He would take us kids out behind the Middletown Mall and try to navigate on ice so we never dreamed we'd lose control of a car. After all, we are West Virginians and should know how to drive on ice.

His good soul is in Heaven where he belongs at the end of this journey. And for your loss, know that he was admired. I never heard anyone say anything bad about him. Sympathies, Linda Parrish Klein

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