his Life
Tyler Jackson Myers
July 19, 1956 – August 28, 2020
Tyler Jackson Myers, age 64, of Silverthorne, CO passed away on Friday, August 28, 2020 at his home in Silverthorne.
Tyler was born in Boise, Idaho on July 19, 1956, to Richard Myers and Barbara (Hawkins) Myers, as the second youngest of five siblings.  He grew up in Aurora, CO, graduating from Aurora Central High School, Class of 1974.
After high school, Tyler spent a little less than two years working at a local dry cleaner, where he would start his training in entrepreneurship. By observing the owner’s business sense,Tyler began to better understand what it would take to run a successful business. 
In 1976, Tyler and a friend moved to Summit county.Tyler enjoyed his first job there as a lumber jack until another job opportunity presented itself.  With the benefits of ski passes and first tracks, being a caretaker at Solitude Station on Copper Mountain was a great fit for such an outdoor-minded man.  After two and a half years of working for Solitude Station, Tyler set his sights elsewhere.  With his unmatchable drive and determination, Tyler decided to do what it would take to live out the “American Dream” and started a cleaning business out of the camper on the back of his truck; this truck also served as his full-time residence.  His business started to gain traction, winning contracts with a car dealership, radio station, highway patrol, Copper Mountain, and Breckenridge Resort.
Due to his success with his cleaning company, he moved forward with an acquisition of a  carpet cleaning, flood, and fire damage restoration business in 1980 and changed its name to High Country Cleaning.  With a consistent work ethic and impeccable customer service, Tyler grew his business to be the standard upon which other similar operations in the region would pattern their business models.
Tyler met Debbie, also known as the “love of his life”, in 1993.  After a courtship of 3 years, Tyler and Debbie married on August 3rd, 1996.  Debbie had three children from a prior marriage, all of whom Tyler loved greatly and to whom he quickly became a father figure in their teen and adolescent lives.  Tyler enjoyed traveling with his wife and children.  Most of these travels would lead to his most favorite place, Lake Powell, to spend time with family and friends.
Tyler switched business gears in 2005 an started purchasing commercial property.  The first property purchased was the Frisco building in which High Country Cleaning was located.  Shortly after this, he continued with purchasing the rest of what is known as the “back row” of this office complex.  Later on he sold High Country Cleaning which then enabled him to reach a goal of purchasing the “front row.”
His property management style projected the same characteristics of his original cleaning business:  the love he had for people through customer service and considering his tenants as extended family.  Seeking ways to show his care and to aid in their business performance, he performed remodels, placed new signage up front for more clear representation of the tenants’ businesses and was also their biggest word-of-mouth promoter.
Throughout Tyler’s life, he could not ignore his love for the outdoors.  He went on two expeditions: one with the organization Outward Bound, the other with NOLS (National Outdoor Leadership School).  He was professionally trained in water skiing and could hang with the best of them on the ski slopes.  Hiking, biking, fishing, snow shoeing, scuba diving, and rock climbing were just a handful of the activities you could find him enjoying.
Anyone who knew Tyler Jackson Myer, can attest to his “larger than life” personality.  The Lord broke the human mold when He designed and created Tyler.  He was uniquely gifted in bringing the best out of people by using, at times, unconventional methods to which everyone surely can agree.  Tyler’s full-throttle persona, charismatic charm, winning smile, infectious laugh, and generosity touched so many lives around him.  He will be forever missed.
Preceding him in death were his father,Richard Myers;mother,Barbara McConnell;stepfather, Jim McConnell; sister, Candy Romaine; and nephew, Mark Aldrich.
Those left to celebrate his life include his wife, Deborah Myers;son, Jeffrey Huff (wife, Kimberly) of Lenoir City, TN; daughter, Lisa Huff (fiancé,David Thompson) of Arvada, CO; son, Matthew Huff (wife, Kristi) of McCook, NE; sister, Kathy Dolan (husband, Tom)of Maple Grove, MN;sister, Patty Myers of Aurora, CO;sister, Sharon Aldrich (husband, John)of Aurora, CO; nephew, Joe Dolan(wife,Carly)of Maple Grove, MN; niece, Kate Dolan of Minneapolis, MN; grandchildren Christian Huff, Enzo Africano, Natalie Huff, Sophia Huff, Corbin Huff, and Quinlynn Thompson; as well as numerous family and friends.