Tyler Douglas Warren of Torrington, Ct passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, October 31st 2017. He was just 22 years old.
Tyler was born on January 30th, 1995 at Waterbury Hospital. He was raised and educated in Torrington, earning his high school diploma from Torrington High School in 2013.
After high school, Tyler became a skilled welder and was employed at the Furnace Store in Terryville, Ct. His boss and co-workers thought Tyler was a valuable, hard working employee who they hold in high regard.
Tyler was a fun loving, happy-go-lucky, good looking young man.Tyler always had a smile on his face and left a lasting impression on everyone's heart that had the privilege of knowing him.
In Tyler's free time, he enjoyed music, going to music festivals, camping, hiking, skateboarding, and having a great time with his friends and family. Tyler was always a pleasure to be around. He had a uncanny, witty, and cheerful sense of humor. Tyler had many close friends and loved ones who he would do anything for in their time of need. He was always quick to lend a hand, a shoulder to cry on, or an ear to listen. Tyler was interested in the study of gemology. He collected different gems and expressed his artistic side by making jewelry for his friends and family.
Tyler had a unique, priceless, and very special bond with his family. He was especially close with his mother who he cherished dearly. She will never forget the way he made her laugh, smile, and feel loved everyday.
Tyler leaves his father Vinny behind, who he expressed unconditional love for. Tyler was extremely helpful to his father. He spent many hours working on vehicles, splitting wood, building a beautiful patio and always offering a helping hand any way possible. Tyler could make his father smile and laugh no matter what the circumstances were. Vinny will always remember Tyler's beautiful smile and bright wit.
Tyler had a strong bond that only other brothers could dream of having with his older brother Ryan. Growing up they shared many special moments together such as playing soccer(particularity goalkeeper), skateboarding, listening to music, playing video games, and taking trips to Rhode Island in the summertime. The best time Ryan ever had was with his younger brother, Mickey, Dan, and Jake when they all went on a trip together to Rhode Island. Ryan wished that trip would never end. Ryan played his big brother role the best he could to Tyler by protecting him, teaching him, and loving him.
Tyler also leaves an older sister, Erica. Erica loved having Tyler as a baby brother from the moment he was born. She helped raise Tyler, changing his diapers, taking care of, protecting, and loving him. Even after Erica moved out she made sure Tyler was taken care of and that she would always be there for him. Tyler also played a special role as an uncle to Erica's beautiful daughter, Autumn.
Tyler is survived by his father, Vincent Warren and mother, Kimberly (Magda) Warren both of Torrington. He leaves behind his paternal grandmother, Janette Warren of Bethlehem, Ct. His maternal grandparents Anthony and Shirley Mariano of Middlebury, Ct. ,great grandmother Janet Beardsley of Woodbury,Ct., brother Ryan Warren of Torrington, sister Erica Warren and he daughter, Tyler's niece Autumn Wing both of Bristol, Ct., uncle Michael Mariano of Middlebury, many cousins and close friends who Tyler all loved dearly. Tyler was predeceased by his paternal grandfather, Douglas Warren.
Funeral service is at 11:30 a.m. Saturday 11-04 at Rowe Funeral Home, 283 Torrington Road, Litchfield, Ct. Burial will follow in Bantam Cemetery, Bantam, Ct. Calling hours are Saturday 11/04 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.at the funeral home.