August 9, 1993 ~ October 16, 2010
Tyler S. Tweten, 17 of Fargo died Saturday, October 16, 2010 at Sanford Health in Fargo.
Tyler was born on August 9, 1993 in Fargo to Tony and Michelle (Hinschberger) Tweten. He was currently a Junior at Fargo South High School. Tyler loved to draw, including several tattoo designs for friends. He also enjoyed skateboarding, performing hat tricks, dancing and rapping. He loved playing video games and online gaming with his friends. Tyler will be remembered for his kind heart and ability to make people smile and laugh. He will be greatly missed by all his friends and family, especially by his brother, Mike.
He was preceded in death by his paternal great-grandparents.
Tyler is survived by his mother, Michelle Tweten of Fargo; father, Tony Tweten of Fargo; brother Mike Tweten of Fargo; grandmothers, Patricia (Paul) Peters of Fargo, LaVonne (Lyle) Van Amburg of Mesa, AZ; grandfathers, Gary (Karla) Hinschberger of Moorhead, MN, Allen Tweten of Moorhead, MN; Michelle's boyfriend, Wayne of Fargo; great-grandparents, Blanche and Clem Sherek of Fargo and several aunts, uncles, cousins and many friends.
As Ty would say, "Deuce!" (Ty holding up a peace sign saying "deuce" which meant "see you later!")
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family now and always.
Lonsdale MnMy thoughts, and prayers are with you
To Ty’s family:
Words cant explain the pain that many of you are going through but it was amazing to see how many people loved Tyler! He was truly an amazing kid always made other’s laugh and i know he is looking down on everyone and he will forever live in everyones heart! I will continue to keep the family and prayers and Michelle and Toni and Mike just know that you have many people that care for you guys and we will always be around! Rest in Peace Tyler we will all see you one day
I would like to thank all of you for such nice comments on my son Tyler, and sharing your memories and your thoughts and prayers in this very difficult time. I will miss my son terribly and so will his brother Mike (best friend) and his dad, along with many others. The heartache you just cant describe. For those of you that knew Tyler well, you knew he loved so many and liked to make everyone smile and be happy. He was well loved for this and had numerous friends because of his love for others. Your thoughts and prayers are greatly appreciated. It brings a smile to my face seeing all the love given back to him. Thank you all so much! I wish the Tweten cousins could have spent more time knowing there cousin Ty better, just like all his friends did.
My thoughts and prayers be with you now and alway.
We would like to express our deepest sorrow to you and all family members for your loss.
Our son is Alaric Roerick, he is a close friend to Mike and spoke often of Tyler he spent alot of time with the both of them and we all feel a loss as a friend and as a parent…our hearts ache for all of you! If there is anything we can do to help ease these troubled times please let us know…
RIP Tyler…may the wonderful memories all of you have: carry you through the tough times and make you smile remembering all the good!
Thinking of you all, Kevin & Kari Eide, Alaric & Mariah Sistad
Fargo Dear Tweten Family,
It has been a while since I have seen any of you. I can remember playing in your backyard with Mike and Tyler and my sisters when we were little and lived on 11th Street. The vigil and funeral were beautiful and it was amazing to see how many lives have been touched by Tyler. We will continue to keep your family in our prayers.
Erin, Ellie & Emily Knoll
Reseda caTony: I am so sorry that I could not stay an give you more support. But I know the Tweten family is big and strong. But our prayers are with you.
Your Uncle Curt and Irene
Dear Tweten Family,
I am so,so sorry for your loss. While I never had the opportunity to meet Tyler myself, my son considered him a friend. I can’t even begin to understand how you are feeling at this time, but I keep you all in my prayers, asking God hold you and comfort you.
Dear Michelle and Family of Tyler’s,
My sons are friends with Michael & Tyler. We are so very sad and sorry for the tragic loss of Tyler’s life. I want to share a prayer I wrote in 2008. This prayer came to me shortly after I learned of Daniel Nemcek’s death. He was 22 and lost his life in a mountian biking accident. I know in my heart that the prayer came from Daniel. My prayers are with you Michelle, Michael and family.
Show me how to lift Tyler to heaven, and release him as he ascends into your arms.
Tell me how to trust your will so that grief doesn’t consume every waking moment.
Help me to believe life on earth will have meaning with Tyler away in heaven.
Promise me I will know him in spirit, and feel his presence.
Show me a way out of the deep, vast sea of grief that bears no light.
Tell me he’s the blessed one that you called back to love by your side.
Help me to believe the tidal wave of love for Tyler will carry me through until I begin to understand.
Promise me he is surrounded by loved ones gone before,
…..and that when it’s my time, I will hold his face in my hands and be whole again. Amen
FORT COLLINS COOur thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time!
Tony: I know I haven’t seen you since St. Francis years, but saw that Tyler was your son…I’m so sorry to hear of such a horrific loss. My thoughts and prayers, as are my family’s thoughts and prayers, with you as you and your family go through this period. Having three kids of my own, I can’t imagine the pain you’re going through, but I hope knowing Tyler is in a better place with God helps to heal your heart. He sounded like a really nice boy. God bless. Joan (Beaton) Lerdahl
Holland MichiganDear Tony, Michelle & Mike:
My sympathys go to you all as I remember your family and Tyler when I lived on 11th Street with my children, Rob and Kate Goff. Rob told me yesterday he would see Tyler at school at South High and say “Hi” to him every day. I remember what a sweet boy he was at Lincoln Elementary and how we were neighbors on the same street.
You are in my prayers for God to give you strength and peace during this difficult time. Tyler will be missed by many of us. May the Peace of Jesus be with you. With Sympathy, Vicki (Goff) Lowing
I will never forget the day I met Ty, I was practically crying from laughing so hard. He will be missed by many.R.I.P
fargo ndTo the Tweten family, my condolences go out to you. Sorry for the loss
Tyler will be missed very much! He was a great friend and an amazing kid! My prayers go out for him and his family.
Tyler was a great friend and he will be missed at south he will always be in my prayers
My condolences to you and your family.
Fargo North Dakota
Tyler will turly be missed by everyone at South. There will be no more hat tricks, drawings, and making people that are down happy again. It shouldn’t’ve been Tyler that passed away. Monday was a tough day for many people. R.I.P Tyler. I’m sorry for your loss.
I am so sorry about Tyler. You are all in my prayers. Take care.
Uncle Tony, Auntie Michelle, and Lil cousin Mike….. Tyler will live forever through our family with the memories we’ve shared over the years. We are here for you through the days, months, and years to come. I love you all dearly.
Fargo North Dakota
tyler you were a great friend i will forever miss you and all the memories we once shared…
Fargo Ndtyler you were one boy i leaned on when something was wrong, when i didnt feel up. . but you would come along & always make me smile (: ill miss you tons! & just talking to you friday morning, & you saying we’ll hang on sunday :,/ imma miss talking to you, hearing your voice, seeing your face. we’ll meet again one day soon, until then, watch over us tyler & know that theres millions of tears falling for you