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Michael Darren Pylant, 54 of Athens, Alabama, died Thursday, July 30, 2020 at his residence.

A Memorial Services will be 2pm Saturday, August 8, 2020 at First Church with Bruce Johnson officiating, visitation is from 6-9pm Friday at Spry Funeral Home.

Mr. Pylant was born May 4, 1966 in Limestone County, he was a member of Round Island Baptist Church and he was retired from City of Athens.

Survivors: Wife: Jennifer Pylant of Athens; Sons: Darren Curtis (Brittany) Pylant of Athens, Tyler Lee Pylant of Athens and Andrew Garrison McReath of Athens; Mother: Shirley Mefford, Stepfather: J.D. Mefford of Athens.  Brothers: Barry Pylant of Athens and Randy Mefford of Cullman; Sisters: Dana Goolsby of Athens, Amanda Blankenship of Athens and Sonya Frix of Athens; Granddaughter: Elsi Grace Pylant.
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Mike & Gail Alford
2020-08-02 01:33:05
Glad we had the pleasure of meeting Mike! God Bless You’ll;
In our thoughts & prayers! RIP 😇
Joel Carwile
2020-08-04 19:31:40
I loved Big Mike since we were children. I am praying for the entire family. The CARWILE family loves you.
Gerald & Ann Adams
2020-08-05 01:06:39
Much love to Jen, Darren, Brittney, Elsi, Tyler, Emilee, and Drew. Mike was always a spark of sunshine and loved everyone around him. Gerald and I will truly miss Mike and his sweet smile.
Jason and Holly Haley
2020-08-05 12:26:19
I am so thankful for the friendship that Big Mike had with my Uncle Kim and that I had the privilege to meet him. He really helped make a bad day better the day we drove down to clean. And the kindness, laughter and love Big Mike and everyone shared with us during that time is something that will forever stay with me. Praying for you Jennifer and everyone else. Sending love from NC. - Holly Haley(Wells)
Pamela Pylant-Williams
2020-08-05 21:58:12
I’m sorry for your loss and hope that you find comfort in your memories of Michael. God Bless y’all
Steven R Tommie
2020-08-07 23:48:09
Big Mike was like a brother to me. He helped everyone & was always unconditionally kind. His mere presence made the world a better place for all. The battle he fought for so long was not fair. I loved him & I will miss him always. He was a true man among men. Rest In Peace my friend. I am yours, &c.

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