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Tyler A Stacey
December 7, 1996 ~ October 3, 2021 (age 24) 24 Years Old
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Tyler Stacey 24, of Lowell and formerly of Highland, passed away unexpectedly Sunday October 3rd, 2021.
He is survived by his parents Roger and Jennifer Stacey; sister, Gabriele; maternal grandparents, Donna and Dennis Forrest, Mark (Cathy) Schmiedl. Paternal grandparents, Diane and Roger Stacey; along with his aunts and uncles; Melissa (Kevin) Crane, Ben (Yvette) Schmiedl, Tara Huisenga, Brandon Huisenga, Matt (Susan) Stacey, Adam (Shannon) Stacey, and many cousins and extended family.
He was preceded in death by, great aunt Janice Ray and great grandmother Carol Powers.
Tyler was a 2015 Highland High School graduate, where he was on the Football Team, he then went on to Carroll University to continue his love for the game. He was an apprentice with the International Union of Elevator Constructors, local #2.
Tyler was truly loved by so many people, he had the biggest heart, the brightest smile, the most contagious laugh, and the most welcoming personality. Tyler impacted those around him in the most generous, selfless way, he always wanted the absolute best for everyone. Tyler strived to obtain any goal he had, and pushed everyone to do the same.
We would like to honor Clara Stacey, his “#1 OG,” for she was his world, his heart and soul.
Tyler loved watching football with his dad, having life talks with his best friend David, trying to prove mom wrong, going on late night drives, having new adventures, spending time with family and all of his friends, Dairy Queen runs with his sister, and living life to the fullest.
He will never be forgotten
Cremation will precede Visitation, Friday, October 8 from 4-8 at Sheets Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 604 E. Commercial Ave., Lowell.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be given to the Highland High School Athletic Dept., (paid to Highland High School, memo Athletic Dept.)