ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ernie Tyler 86 years old, born on April 30, 1924 and passed away on February 10, 2011. We will remember him forever.
Posted by christine tyler-kregel on April 30, 2011
I love you and miss you very much. the kids and I were with Michelle today at cematary with you with balloons and icecream Happy birthday beloved daddy we miss you..I will keep smiling the way you taught me. It does keep them guessing thanks for givi

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Posted by christine tyler-kregel on April 30, 2011
I love you and miss you very much. the kids and I were with Michelle today at cematary with you with balloons and icecream Happy birthday beloved daddy we miss you..I will keep smiling the way you taught me. It does keep them guessing thanks for givi
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Remembering Mr Ernie

Shared by christine tyler-kregel on February 28, 2011
Remembering Mr Ernie
by Andrea Bancells Moser on Saturday, February 12, 2011 at 8:48pm
 

Driving home today I was thinking about one of my favorite memories of Mr Ernie. Last season, Mom and I went up to the club level (I cant remember why) and there was Mr Ernie chatting away. We were all headed the same direction and he and I walked down the hall arm-in-arm past the pictures of the Orioles from years past.

 

What the Angels are learning

 

Heaven must have needed an angel this week but what the angels are just learning is what I have known all my life.

 

They are just learning about what it feels like to walk the halls of the stadium arm-in-arm with Ernie Tyler where the chaos of the stadium falls away and you know you are in the presence of an angel

 

To know such kindness, compassion, and love from a soul so gentle that you were all that mattered in those moments

 

The angels will learn that this angel, who blessed us so dearly, was never too busy to say hello, give a hug, and share a moment

 

The angels are meeting one of their own and hearing the stories of baseball come and gone. His gift for talking story about baseball was a gift to those of us blessed to grow up with Mr Ernie in our lives

 

They will learn that the umpire attendant is the soul of the stadium, caring for those who rule the game and their families too

 

For what the angels don’t yet know, is what all of us who were blessed by Mr Ernie’s life know

 

That no ballgame was complete without a hug from him, that if we were stuck in a rain delay Mr Ernie knew if it was worth waiting or if we should call it a night

 

That the one constant in Orioles Baseball was Ernie Tyler, our beloved Mr Ernie

 

From his stool at the edge of the home dugout where he knew what the umpires needed before they could ask

 

He knew the umpires by name and would set the room just so for them, baseballs rubbed with mud from only a location he knew

 

Or from his post just outside the family room, in the hallway, with the security guards and that smile upon his face

 

This season wont be the same without our beloved Mr Ernie but we are all better people for having walked with him, for having known him, and being blessed by his life.


 
Shared by andrea moser on February 28, 2011

I was so blessed to count you as my third grandfather. Your kindness and love will live on through those who knew you and the new friendships you have blessed your girls and I with. We had so much fun yesterday, mr ernie! The whole Bancells clan loves you, misses you, and will never forget you. My parents especially dad loved you so much but we know we can count you among our guardian angels now too.

Poppy

Shared by christine tyler-kregel on February 27, 2011

Poppy I love you and miss you and will never forget you, I know you  will be at all my baseball games. in my heart and I promise to always look to you  as I know you are watching over me and continue to make you proud and don't worry about meme ,We are taking care of her and and love the both of you for giving my mom life because without  you and Meme we  would not be here,i love you Poppy,