Obituary of Tyler Allen Marron
Tyler Darr Marron, 28, of Nampa, ID passed away on Friday, May 15, 2020 at a local hospital.
Tyler was born February 29, 1992 in Boise. He attended St. Mary’s Catholic School and graduated from Bishop Kelly High School in 2010.
Tyler’s life was short, but his aspirations, dreams and hopes for the future were not. Although he did not have the time to complete his life goals, there were somethings that he undeniably achieved. He was a kind soul, generous heart, outstanding son and loving brother. He spent his time volunteering at places including the Ronald McDonald House, Deer Flat Wildlife Refuge, and completed walks for charity. Not only did he donate time and money, but also himself – by donating blood and plasma to assist in saving the lives of others. His laugh was beyond contagious; his smile was kind and welcoming. He brought joy to those who had the opportunity to experience his presence.
His tastes and preferences were as unique as his spirit. Classical music to rap, cooking to video games, outdoor nature walks to movie nights - his appreciation for the simple life should serve as a reminder that life doesn’t have to be elaborate to be good. Often times we see the success of people at their time of passing by the things they leave behind. We will remember Tyler by not only by his acts of selflessness, gentle soul, bright smile, hearty laugh and other countless characteristics that made Ty who he was, but also by those he leaves behind who plan to live by his values and “live it up” as we embrace the path that lies ahead.
Tyler is survived by his mom, Siobhann and sister, Kaitlin Marron; grandparents, Pat and Theresa Marron; aunts: Moira and Tony Purtell, Tricia and Eric Terada, Terri Ann and Rex Shark, Kathleen and Granger Amthor, Laurie Marron and uncle, Patrick Marron and numerous cousins and extended family in Ireland.
Tyler's private Funeral Mass will be livestreamed for friends at: : https://www.facebook.com/holyapostles.church/live_videos/To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Tyler Marron, please visit Tribute Store