Lyle Kindred Muncy

Lyle Kindred Muncy, 50, passed peacefully at home in the arms of his wife, surrounded by loved ones, after an extended illness. A graduate of Bland High School in Bland, VA, Lyle enlisted in the U.S. Army after his graduation and was selected for the prestigious MOS 33, US Army Military Intelligence Corps. After his service in the Army, Lyle went on to work for the US Government in a variety of positions, including the US Postal Service and the US Marine Corps, as well as a one-year deployment to Iraq  with the Civilian Expeditionary Workforce where he was instrumental in assisting with the troop withdrawal from Iraq. With the Marine Corps, Lyle served as a logistician and Team Leader of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle Program.  Lyle was also an accomplished professional musician and band leader in the Washington DC area, playing with bands such as Hellenback, Rebelicious, The Road Ducks and many others. He was a member of Mensa; a gourmet cook; a jack-of-all-trades who could change your brake pads, re-shingle your roof and then make you a lovely four-course meal before hosting a rousing karaoke party. He was a sweet soul, a kind and loving father and stepfather, a loyal friend, a natural-born leader, a humble team player. He was beloved by virtually everyone who knew him. There was nothing not to love. The son of Andrew Newton Muncy, Jr. and Charleen Stickle Muncy of Bland, VA. He is survived by his beloved wife, Karin, his precious son, Matthew, and his dear stepdaughter Marta. He is survived also by siblings Richard and Ann Muncy of Bland, VA; Lynda and Jeff Yates of Clarksburg, WV; Larry Muncy of KY; Lucy Muncy of NC; numerous beloved cousins, nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews; and his adored pets who are still looking for him. We are all still looking for him.

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