Tyler James Pint, 38, passed suddenly at his home in Omaha, Neb., Dec. 24, 2019.
A Celebration of Life for Tyler will be held Saturday, June 6, 2020 at Wildwood Golf Course in Charles City for family and friends.
He was born May 6, 1981 in Charles City, the son of Deb Brasch and Larry Pint. He attended Charles City Schools where he was a member of the Charles City Comet wrestling and golf teams and graduated in 2000. Tyler was accepted into the Electronic Technology program at Northeast Iowa Community College in Calmar and graduated in 2002. Tyler’s jobs after graduation included Hobert Electric, Molstead Motors and ConAgra Foods. He also had a love of hunting, fishing and boating on the Mississippi river with family and friends. He continued to enjoy thinking he was the Grill Master of the family. Most of all, Tyler’s favorite title was Uncle TyTy.
Tyler will be missed everyday by his parents, Deb (Jeff) Brasch of Waterloo, Larry (Nancy) Pint of Manchester, brother Nick Brasch of Columbia, Mo., sister Kari (Mitch) Juhl of Dunkerton, nieces Addison, Hadley and Graycie Juhl, stepsisters Hillary (Justin) Woodward of Rockford, Ill., Hannah (Shawn) James of Minneapolis, Minn., stepbrother Seth Brasch of Zion, Ill., step grandparent Robert Townsend, his beloved pets, Ellie and Sissi as well as a host of devoted aunts, uncles and cousins.
Tyler is now in heaven with his grandparents Leo and Velma Pint, Robert and Maxine Lynch, Byrd O’Rourke, Olive Brasch, Phyllis Townsend and his Uncle Jeff Kingston
Those who knew Tyler, even just a little, lost a shining light in their lives. When you think of Tyler, celebrate the good memories you have of him. Remember that life is fragile and short and should be lived to the fullest.