Discussion in 'Football' started by alabamahusker, Jan 1, 2019.
Fair Winds and Following Seas!!!
RIP young man.
Wow, so sad. What a remarkable young man. RIP Tyler.
Just watched this tribute...hard to hold back tears.
The toughness, determination, and positive attitude that Tyler displayed during his battle should be a lesson to all of us. We all have challenges in our lives...I hope I can learn to confront the challenges in my life with the same positive spirit as Tyler displayed.
Thoughts/prayers to Tyler and his family. May we never forget all the lessons you taught us.
I just came from a viewing of a twenty-three-year-old local athlete, who we saw grow up as a child. Seems he died in an accident and I don't know if it was skiing or biking but nothing was said how he died.
I'm not trying to morbidly speculate about your acquaintance, so please don't take it that way. I teach at a school in a community with an abhorrent death rate for the young. Based on my experiences, if nobody is forthcoming about the cause of an unexpected death in a young person, it is usually either suicide or an overdose. Alcohol-caused/influenced accidents is another, but that's usually less of a secret.
You know I had the same thought, but later on, rereading the obituary, it read, please don't send flowers, please send money to some kind of a concussion organization so I thought maybe the concussion came from a bike or skiing accident.
I hope I was right and you were wrong, naturally. Maybe someday I'll find out.
He was very very active, but I get your point.
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