Tyler Jordan Brown, 29, left this world too soon on September 10, 2021, due to a tragic accident. He was born March 26, 1992, and was raised in Fort Walton Beach to parents, Penni-Jo and Eric Eugene Brown. Tyler was known as a quiet guy, but once you got to know him he was such a funny and outgoing young man. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Tyler started his job at Joe Hudson’s Auto Collision when he was 17, and worked his way up to be a painter. All who knew him saw how creative he was and how he would find peace by allowing his creative side out, whether this was drawing, coloring, or telling jokes. He passed this love down to his children. Tyler loved anything outdoors from skating, to BMX, and to being a monkey when climbing and flipping. You always found him doing something crazy.
Tyler known as TB, Ty bug, and Ty Jordan, was an amazing soul that everyone he met loved to be around. The family takes joy in knowing he was a great son, husband, father, brother, and friend to all he met who left nothing but amazing memories of baseball games to skateboard stories and even bragging rights to his kids about how cool daddy’s back flips were. His kids and family were his pride and joy and biggest love. Tyler was a small-town guy that everyone knew even if he didn’t know everyone. His favorite past times were playing with his kids, fishing and hunting.
Tyler was a loving Husband to Victoria Rose Brown, they were married on November 24, 2019. He was a doting father to Kekoa Matthew Brown, born May 20, 2011; Lily Ann Brown, born August 28, 2012; Hunter Jordan Brown, born January 29, 2014; and Emersyn Arianna Kalani Brown born April 21, 2020. He was met in heaven by his babies who left us on earth and is now adoring them and teaching them all the crazy things he taught the ones here. Tyler is survived by his father, wife, 4 of his children, 2 sisters Krysten Gagner and Amanda Sandstrom; brother-in-laws Tyler Sandstrom, Eric Lee, Ryan Lee, Travis Lee, and Matthew Gagner. Mother and Grandmother in-law Erin and Elaine Lee; grandmothers and grandfathers, Linda and Flavis Brown and Jo and David Bingaman and Ron Halsey. Three nieces, Sky Arch, Isabella Arch, and Abby Sandstrom; and a nephew Matthew Gagner Jr. As well as many other doting cousins and aunts and uncles and family.
Tyler would always want everyone to remember his motto “wolves don’t lose sleep over the opinion of sheep”. He will forever be loved and forever missed to infinity and beyond.
Visitation will be Tuesday, September 21, 2021, from 11:00, am to 12 pm. A funeral service will follow at 12 pm.
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