Tyler Reed Obituary Tyler Damon Reed, 20, of Filley, was calmly conveyed under the control of God encompassed by family on Sunday, November 15, 2020 at St. Elizabeth Burn Center subsequent to being seriously singed in a house fire by Filley. He battled for 22 days however the harm was an excessive amount to survive. He was brought into the world on February 4, 2000 to Audra Reed. He moved on from Freeman High School in 2018. While in school, he partook in various exercises and sports which included ball, baseball, wrestling, football, and band however his most loved was singing in show ensemble.
Tyler’s side interests included drawing, singing, cooking, perusing comic books, playing computer games, learning and illuminating you about dinosaurs and sharks, and watching films. His number one motion pictures were Spider-Man, Amazing Spider-Man, and Deadpool. He was inventive in the kitchen and wanted to attempt to make various kinds of food varieties. Indeed, even in some cases with food that shouldn’t be together, however it was acceptable more often than not. He wanted to associate with his loved ones. Tyler had an irresistible grin that would illuminate your day.
He cherished kidding around and making individuals chuckle. He generally needed to ensure everybody was cheerful around him. Tyler’s embraces consistently helped you to have an improved outlook. He delighted in investing energy with his mom talking and furthermore cuddling and conversing with his sister, Lily. He was an incredible older sibling to Trevor and consistently figured out how to do exercises with him. Tyler cherished his creatures. He was submersed and accepted his different ceremonies at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church of Beatrice. He was a current individual from St. James Catholic Church of Cortland.
Survivors incorporate his folks, Ben and Audra (Singleton) Reed; sibling, Trevor Reed; sister, Lily Reed all of Pickrell; grandparents, Alan and Janis Singleton of Lincoln, Judy Harms and George Verbeek of Roca; aunties and uncles, Lavon and Rob Dye of Lincoln, Jody Reed and Toby Gomez of Lincoln, Jerrica Reed and Jeff Lachowski of Lincoln, Jolyne Reed of Beatrice; cousins Matt Gomez, Emily Gomez, Dylan Buss, Keoni Kala, Austin Yohe, Cameron Reed, Madison Lachowski, Calvin Dye, and Malena Dye; relative, Justice Wolbert of Lincoln; stepbrother, Dylan Wolbert of San Antonio, TX; aunties and uncles, Terra and Jeff Wiese of Beatrice, Jamie and Tina Wolbert of Hayes, Kansas; grandparents, Mel and Scott Wolbert of Beatrice; and more distant family and companions. He was gone before in death by his grandparents, Rich Harms and Richard Reed; incredible grandparents, Loretta and Dean Roschewski, Don and Lucile Singleton, and Fred and Ruth Janssen.
The family might want to offer their thanks for your numerous kindnesses proof in idea and deed, particularly to Dr. Hao and attendants; Jamie, Matt, Matt, Ali, Haliey, Megan, Kate, Esther, Jordan, and the remainder of the brilliant staff in the consume unit at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital for the awesome consideration he got. Tyler our caring child and companion, presently you are free. We will see you again yet not yet, not yet.