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Tyler W. Herman, 34, of Scottsbluff, died unexpectedly Thursday, September 30, 2021. A celebration of life will be held at 11 a.m., Friday, October 8, 2021 at WestWay Christian Church in Scottsbluff with Pastor John Mulholland officiating. Cremation has taken place. Memorials may be made to the Tyler Herman Memorial Fund at First State Bank in Scottsbluff.
Tyler was born November 8, 1986 in Scottsbluff to Troy and Christina (Cushing) Herman. When he was a young boy, riding around with his Dad, he always requested him to play their favorite song, “Suspicious Minds” by Dwight Yoakam. He enjoyed hanging out and watching movies with his Mom, always his type of movies of course. Ty and his sister, Crystal, had a close relationship. If you knew Ty and his passion for lifting weights, you would know why she loved to call him her ”little brother”. Tyler graduated from Scottsbluff High School in 2004.
Tyler married Chelsea (Tower) Rice and from that union he was blessed with their daughter, Alainah Herman, who he loved to spend precious time with.
Tyler most recently worked at Celli’s as a parts manager. His other work history included Union Pacific Railroad in Kansas City, Missouri where he was a foreman welder.
He was physically active throughout his life. He could frequently be found at the gym working out and lifting weights. Tyler enjoyed skateboarding and became very good at it. He also played in softball tournaments and loved fishing.
Survivors include his parents, Troy (Denise Cline) Herman and Christina (Tim Landrum) Herman; daughter, Alainah Herman; sister, Crystal (Duke) Lessert; grandma, Tina Herman; nieces and nephews; along with numerous extended family members and countless friends.
Tyler was preceded in death by his maternal grandma, Mary Cushing; paternal grandpa, Telford Herman; and aunt, Debbie Godbolt.
Friday, October 8, 2021
Starts at 11:00am (Mountain time)
WestWay Christian Church (Scottsbluff)
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