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Tyler “Flip” Priddy biography


Tyler Gene Priddy was born November 30, 1981, in Chickasha, Oklahoma.

Tyler “Flip” Priddy was the son of Gene and Glenda (Long) Priddy. He died on May 28, 2013 at his home in Yukon, Oklahoma, at the age of 31.

He attended Hinton Elementary School and graduated from Putnam City High School in Warr Acres, Oklahoma. He worked for Warren Caterpillar for 10 years and was currently the parts warehouse manager.

Tyler Flip Priddy died on May 28, 2013, at his Yukon home at the age of 31

Tyler Flip Priddy died on May 28, 2013, at his Yukon home at the age of 31

Tyler Priddy enjoyed drag racing. Starting with a Mustang, then an El Camino, he eventually turned his passion towards a reality TV show called Street Outlaws, where he beat out several others to be selected for the show.

On Discovery Channel’s Street Outlaws, Tyler’s nickname is Flip. Anything he could get on and go fast he would because Tyler was a “Gear Head”. He loved racing RC cars and Jeepin’ with his boys.

Tyler “Flip” Priddy loved his 4 boys and had nicknames for them all. They were his world. He was never seen without a Miller “High Life” or a “Monster” in his hand.

He was preceded in death by his Grandfather, Aubrey Priddy, and Aunt Mary Lou.

Tyler “Flip” Priddy is survived by his wife Morgan Amber Priddy of Yukon, his children Tovey Gene (Rito), Remey J (Flemerson), Dresdyn Rinot (Day Day) and Bennett William Edward (Baby B) all of Yukon, his parents Gene Priddy of Bethany, his mother Glenda Beckham, his Grandparents Letha and Calvin Brown of Hinton, and Jack and Lola Faye Long of Hinton, his brother Chris Priddy and wife Rebecca of Oklahoma City, and Ethan Priddy of Ada, aunts and uncles Taunna and Kerry Tapper, Gayla and Ricky Coats, Rick and Rhonda Long, Tim and Fay Priddy, and Shelly Lassiter plus many other relatives and numerous friends.