Tyler Stukey Obituary Death – On Valentine’s Day, at the age of 24, I lost my husband unexpectedly, which was something I never in a million years would have dreamed would happen to me. Not in any of my wildest imaginations. Never. Even though I don’t have the words or the thoughts to type out, I’ve decided to post an update because I’ve been getting a lot of messages recently.
Thanks to everyone who has been in touch! I appreciate your ability to wait. It was revealed this morning that Tyler had unanticipated complications with both his kidneys and his spleen, which led to his death earlier this morning. Tyler’s passing was caused by his passing earlier this morning.
Hillcrest did a wonderful job of exploring all of the available options and therapies; however, their efforts were fruitless. After spending more than 30 blood transfusions and more than 10 hours in the operating room, Tyler came to the conclusion that it was best for him to depart this realm and be with Jesus.
I am at a loss for words, and it feels quite literally like the air in my lungs is being sucked into my chest and compressed there. It was one of the most difficult things I had to do, but having that conversation with my children about how they will have to go through life without their father was one of the most difficult things.
If you met Tyler, you would understand that he has given every ounce of his being to the welfare of his family and to providing for them.
Our souls have been shattered, and we are at a loss for words to adequately convey the depth of our anguish. I do not have the words to explain how appreciative I am for all of the love that has already been shown to us, as well as for all of the people who stayed with us at the hospital for extended periods of time. I cannot express how thankful I am. At this moment, what we need most of all is the sensation that our family is encircled by affection.