Obituary for Tyler Alan Grantham

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Our beloved Tyler Alan Grantham was born in Montrose Colorado, December 12, 1984 to Larry and Leslie Grantham. He is survived by both parents, step-mother Kristin Grantham, brothers Bryce Grantham, Drew Grantham and wife Gabriela, Tyler Moses and Trevor Moses. His precious boys, Jaxon and Mason Grantham, and their mother Ashley, are also survivors. His boys were his world.

Grandparents who are living are Floyd Grantham, Belma Cloud, and great grandmother, Helen Franklin. He has joined his Granny, Margaret Grantham and his grandfather, Allen Cloud in heaven.

Ty loved people. He treasured friendships and was loyal to those closest to him: Thomas Wilson, Chevy Chase, Bobby Hnulik, Kyle Greathouse, Quinton Champion, Caleb Shell, Richard Valverde, Jeremiah Bush, Blake Bollema, Bryce Troublefield, Drew Grantham, Bryce Grantham, Jeremy Williams, Joey Pantuso, Brandon Pantuso, Gabriel Garcia, the late Weston Bricker, Brandon Grantham, and Darryl Bollema. He would do anything for anyone and gave the best hugs!

Ty loved being outside. He loved playing baseball, softball, hunting, fishing, playing horseshoes. He was a master crafter and loved tattooing and making knives. His latest creation was a custom horseshoe set up that he built into the yard. He loved sharing his talents with others. When he was younger, he showed dairy heifers in the fairs and won several awards. He loved bailing hay with his dad and papaw on the farm. He loved football and played from a very young age – like all good Bulldogs do.

Ty was a die-hard Buffalo Bills fan since he was 3. GO BILLS!

Ty will be missed every day by those who knew and loved him. His spirit will live on through his boys, Jaxon and Mason.

Services will be held at 10 am Wednesday, November 24 at West Main Baptist Church. 
Services will be live streamed by West Main Baptist Church. You may view by using the following link https://youtube.com/channel/UCNDCP3Nj0CSgsgO-lrROe_w or www.westmain.net

Memorial contributions may be made to the Catalyst Church Building Fund.

To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Tyler Alan Grantham, please visit our floral store.

 
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