Tyler Sullivan Richardson

RICHARDSON, Tyler Sullivan

 

He fought hard.  Really, really hard for a very long time. Tyler had very few breaks in life except the Get Busy Living Theme we followed to make a happy life.  Surrounded by his brother, dad, and mom, Tyler passed at the age of 23 on September 13th.  He made it clear he was done fighting.

 

He was deeply loved by his parents Cathy and Greg, brother Brett (Morgan), Grand Parents Ron and Jean Sullivan, John and Peggy Richardson and Great Gramma Dorothy Phillips.  Tyler was also very special to his many aunts, uncles, and cousins. 


For a guy with such limited abilities, he sure did make an impact on others.  As his family is grieving, we know many of you are also feeling this loss.  He was a big presence in a body not made to withstand his awesomeness.

Tyler was always clear he hated hockey rinks; but he did love baseball fields.  And he may be the only person who adored the pandemic.  All of us together…all the time.

For the past 2 years, Tyler captained his own ship, and it was the most content we have ever seen him; The Bing Boat.  

Team Bing is a massive group of people.  We would especially like to thank the incredible staff at the North Bay Regional HC ER/ICU and the South Lake ICU.  We leaned heavily on several staff, and they were beyond gracious.  To the folks at Shoppers on Cassells and Paramed you have always had our backs even though some of you never met him.

 

A Carpe Diem Gathering will take place at the Callander Legion Sunday September 18th from 11am-1pm with a small service at 12pm.

If desired, donations to the Noah Strong Foundation would be greatly appreciated.