Tyler Wildrick (1994 – 2017)

Tyler G. Wildrick, 23, of Montpelier passed away Thursday evening at Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers in Bryan.

Sean G. Wildrick and Kathy S. (Reynolds) Wildrick’s beloved son was born to them on May 14th, 1994.

He graduated from North Central High School in 2012. Tyler loved many outdoor activities including hunting and fishing. He also occupied his time with bowling and playing darts. Most importantly, he found pleasure in surrounding himself with family and friends whilst making them laugh.
He is survived by his parents Sean and Kathy Wildrick; sister Macayla S. Wildrick and nephew expected in February; brother Jacob D. Wildrick; maternal grandparents Deena (Randy) Boylan of Pioneer; an uncle Kevin (Stacy) Barber; an aunt Kelly (Charles) Fitch. Tyler was preceded in death by his paternal grandmother Danice McMullan; and an uncle Monte Terrell.

Visitation for Tyler will be Wednesday, November 8th from 4-7pm at the Thompson Funeral Home in Pioneer. He will be laid to rest in a private service at Shiffler Cemetery in rural Bryan. Memorial contributions may be made to the funeral home to help defray expenses. Condolences can be left at www.thethompsonfuneralhome.com.

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5 Comments on "Tyler Wildrick (1994 – 2017)"

  1. Todd and SUZONNE Keller | November 7, 2017 at 1:14 am | Reply

    So Sorry for the family and friends loss. He was wonderful to be around.

  2. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers

  3. Lisa Southworth | November 7, 2017 at 3:13 pm | Reply

    On the wings of his gaurdian angel your beloved son will reat in peace with his father above the only councilation you can have after looseing god bless you dear people love sandy an mel pegorch

  4. I had the privilege of meeting Tyler a couple of times. He was so nice and polite, just great to be around! I will keep your family in my prayers!

  5. Andy Aschliman | November 10, 2017 at 8:25 am | Reply

    I had the honor of working with Tyler, he was a great co-worker loved to joke an have a good laugh. Great guy all around. Will be missed. Giving him rides to and from work for a short time we talked an laughed about alot of things. May you rest in peace brother. To his family, you all are in my thoughts an prayers.

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