Let the memory of Tyler be with us forever.
  • 23 years old
  • Born on May 4, 1995 .
  • Passed away on September 16, 2018 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Tyler Hall 23 years old , born on May 4, 1995 and passed away on September 16, 2018. We will remember him forever. He passed after a life long battle with Muscular Dystrophy.  Tyler was the strongest young boy and man I have ever known.  He never showed or acted like he had a disability until these past few years.  Tyler was the lover of the family.  For those of you who had the chance to get to know him you know what I mean.  We will be celebrating his life with a memorial on Saturday  September 22, 2018 @ 1:00 - 6:00.  The location will be at Firestone VFW Post 3383 Located at 690 W. Waterloo Rd Akron, Ohio 44314.  Please come remember Tyler with his family and friends.  Food and beverages will be provided but you can bring a covered dish if you would like.  Any question please call (757) 474-5372 Pat



Posted by Michelle Wherry-Martin on 29th September 2018
God Bless and may he rest in peace
Posted by Denise Shelton on 24th September 2018
Dear Tyler's family, I have to say I'm so sorry for your loss of such a young beautiful person such as Tyler. I lost my sister to just recently so I'm still dealing with the grief of the loss and helping the family too get through it, or able to deal with it a little easier. Something that I shared with them that was able to help Comfort them and I'll share with you as well and hope that it could bring a measure of comfort to you the family of Tyler. The Watchtower, No. 3 2016 Dealing With Your Grief COVER SUBJECT | WHEN A LOVED ONE DIES Dealing With Your Grief There is no shortage of advice on this subject. Not all of it, however, is helpful. For instance, you may find that some will advise you not to cry or show your feelings in any way. Others may push you to do the opposite and expose all your feelings. The Bible presents a more balanced view, one that is supported by modern research. In some cultures it is considered unmanly for a male to cry. But is there a real need to feel ashamed about shedding tears, even in public? Mental-health experts acknowledge that tearfulness is a normal part of grieving. And grieving may, in time, help you to move on despite the enormity of your loss. Suppressing grief, however, may do more harm than good. The Bible lends no support to the notion that it is wrong or unmanly to shed tears of grief. Think of Jesus, for example. At the death of his dear friend Lazarus, Jesus openly wept, even though he had the power to bring the dead back to life!​—John 11:33-35. Bouts of anger are often part of grieving, especially in cases of sudden, unexpected death. There are many reasons why a bereaved person may feel angry, such as when thoughtless and unfounded comments are made by a respected person. “I was only 14 years old when my father died,” explains a South African man named Mike. “At the funeral, the Anglican minister said that God needs good people and takes them early.a This angered me because we desperately needed our father. Now, 63 years later, it still hurts.” And what about guilt? Especially in the case of unexpected death, the bereaved person may repeatedly think, ‘It might not have happened if only I had done this or that.’ Or maybe your last encounter with the deceased involved an argument. This may add to your feeling of guilt. If you are being plagued by such feelings of guilt and anger, it is important not to bottle up these emotions. Rather, speak to a friend who will listen and reassure you that such irrational feelings are common to many bereaved ones. The Bible reminds us: “A true friend shows love at all times, and is a brother who is born for times of distress.”​—Proverbs 17:17.
Posted by Barb Young on 22nd September 2018
Rest In Peace Tyler. You will always be in our thoughts and our hearts. Love, Barbie
Posted by Kim Taylor on 19th September 2018
I remember the trip your family made to Florida and visit us with Tyler I was very amazed at how positive and happy he was and how independent he could be!! with great parents like you both this was possible he will be greatly missed We love you Tyler !! love the Taylor ‘’s. Heaven definitely received another angel RIP Tyler
Posted by Angela Hunt on 19th September 2018
My prayers go out to Tyler's family, may God give you the strength for your tender hearts. May Tyler be free with God to do all the things he's longed for, he will be watching over each and everyone of you. So live life to the fullest for him. Until you meet again. My deepest sympathy goes out to you all.
Posted by Dawn Knox on 19th September 2018
He was a very strong young man. He will Always be in my thoughts and prayers. Fly high God's child. My HEART Is with you kerri and Pat.
Posted by Lori Miller on 18th September 2018
TYLER JOHN you stole my heart from the moment you were born...you inspired me with your strength...made me belly laugh more times than I can count...and taught me life is unfair but to face it head on....I will carry you in my heart always...I love you.
Posted by Kerri Hall on 18th September 2018
We love you Tyler. You will be greatly missed.

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