Tyler Franklin Reaves

June 28, 1992 ~ June 9, 2018 (age 25)

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Tyler Franklin Reaves of Parker, Colorado, passed away on June 9th, 2018 in his home in Parker, Colorado. He was 25 years old. He was born on June 28th, 1992, in Orlando, FL, the son of Frank and Sally Reaves. 

Tyler graduated Hagerty High School in 2010 in Oviedo, FL. He was loved in this community and was known for his little red Honda. He moved to Parker, CO in April 2010 to be with his fiancé, Jennifer Newman. He was known around this community for his amazing personality. He met many people who loved him while working at Petsmart and Hilltop Liquor. Tyler was currently attending Arapahoe Community College for a business management degree. He’s dream was to be a football coach and work in the sports industry. 

Tyler loved and enjoyed many things. He loved playing videos games, spending time with his family and friends, talking about comics and movies, and was absolutely obsessed with football and hockey. Particularly, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Penguins. He loved watching any football game, hockey, Deadpool, Star Wars, Superhero movies and tv shows, Rick and Morty, and Game of Thrones. Tyler loved dogs, and him and his fiancé shared two beautiful rescue dogs, Lola and Arya. 

He is survived by his parents Frank and Sally Reaves, Oviedo, FL; sister Sarah Reaves, Oviedo FL; his soon to be wife, Jennifer Newman, Parker, CO; paternal grandmother, Lola Behunin, Orlando, FL; paternal grandfather, George Reaves, Burnet, TX; his soon to be parent-in-laws, Bret and Veronica Newman, Parker, CO; soon to be brother-in-law, Joseph Newman, Parker, CO; and so many more whom loved him. 

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