Tyller A. Myers

Sep 30, 2014

April 17, 1993 -- Sept. 20, 2012

 Tyller A. Myers, age 19, of Norwalk, died Thursday morning, September 20, 2012 in Norwalk after injuries sustained in an automobile accident.

He was born April 17, 1993 in Norwalk and attended Norwalk High School and received his GED. He worked at New Horizon Bakery, Routh Packing and recently Janesville Acoustic, where he was just accepted into the Union. His love for tinkering and ability to tinker came from Aaron as he worked with his truck, electronics and with his hands. He was an amazing son and loved helping his grandparents, fishing, target practice and had an artistic side shown in his tattoos.

He is survived by his father, Aaron (Rachelle) Myers of Oregon with brother and sisters, Alexander, Elizabeth and Emily Myers all at home; mother, Desiree Shepard (Donald) Nelson of Norwalk with his sister, Caragan Nelson at home; many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Maternal grandparents, Dale and Connie Shepard; paternal grandparents, Jeff and Barb Myers and Lenny Wonderland, David Risk, William and Sally Cummings, Chris Oates and Rick Oates.

He was preceded in death by his maternal great-grandmother, Sonia Viruet; great-grandmother, Antoinette Russell; and great-grandfathers, Richard Allan Shepard Sr. and George Russell; paternal great-grandmother, Charles and Charlotte Wonderland; great-grandfather, Ray Myers.

Friends may call on Sunday from 2:00 - 7:00 P.M. at the Evans Funeral Home, 314 E. Main Street, Norwalk. Private interment will be held at a later date.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the family.

 

Comments

love1234

to anyone that wants to say anything mean or aginst the kid plz leave your name and number and ill come seen you and i bet you take everthing back you had to say. you didnt know this kid so kept your comments to yourself he was a good kid and loved alot.
we love you ty god bless you

David Deerest.

Ya know...you really shouldn't come in here and stir up the angry townspeople with statements implying that someone is about to come in here and rip apart a kid killed in an auto accident. You're just asking, no, begging- for a fight. I hope you don't get it so your friend can be at peace. Don't dare 'em...they'll do it for sure.

Nic Williams

Angry townspeople.. what is this the 17th century. Is everyone gonna get there pitch forks and torches and do a linchen get real you moron.