Tyler Page Death, Obituary – Alberta, Canada – May You Ever Find Peace Tyler Page. I will look back on our conversations throughout the night shift with a warm and fuzzy feeling. We spoke about life in general, your daughter, your family, sledding, and your wild moments in Golden. You were such a family man, yet you were never afraid to chirp at me or irritate me in any way. I will miss you. I want to be as kind and considerate of others as you were even when you were a giant. RIP Brother The following is a post that I never expected to write, and as a result, my emotions are all over the place.
The day before yesterday, my young daughter Pyper said goodbye to her daddy, I said goodbye to the love of my life, our families said goodbye to a son and a brother, and many more people said goodbye to their closest friend.
The incredible and overpowering amount of support that we have gotten over the past two days is evidence that Tyler was cherished by a large number of people, as this demonstrates. The narratives that have been shared over the course of the past several days continue to demonstrate to me how much of an impact he has had on the lives of each and every person whose path he crossed.
I will never, ever forget him, and I will always make sure that Pyper is aware of who her daddy was and how much love he had for her. I’m going to miss the late-night tinkering we did on sleds in the garage, as well as the numerous adventures we went on together, and the powerful sense of safety we both had when we were together. He was not just my best friend but also the finest possible father. He will live on in our memories forever. Always give your loved ones a firm embrace, because you can’t predict when it could be the final time you see them.
My darling, I will find you in the heights of the mountains, in the depths of the sky, and among the stars.