Tylar Everett Allen


Tylar Everett Allen was born August 27, 1999 to George and Tasha Allen in Columbus, Ohio. He departed this life on August 24, 2019 surrounded by family at St. Ann’s hospital. Tylar was 19 years old.

Tylar graduated from Beechcroft High School June, 2018. He began working for Goodwill in September 2018. He loved working.

Tylar participated in the Special Olympics competing in Basketball and Track & Field for 10 years. He also played baseball and was a part of the
Buddy-Up Tennis Program.

Tylar was baptized in 2007 by Pastor Lance Humphrey at Mount Zion Church. He loved listening to the choir and the pastor’s message.

Tylar was a music lover, especially rap music. His other hobbies included playing video games, watching YouTube videos and his phone. He enjoyed food as well.

Tylar was full of love and the most important thing to Tylar was family. He used his phone often to stay connected with family. Even calling in the early hours of the morning. Tylar had a special relationship with his best friend, his dad. He idolized George. Anyone would tell you that Tylar was George’s favorite, his everything and it was a great joy to rise him. Tylar made George become a man and a better father. For Tasha, Tylar was a gift to her and to the world. He taught her how to truly love unconditionally. He was a everything that she could ever wish for and more. He was her energy and strength.

Tylar is proceeded in death by his grandfathers George Allen Jr. and Don Albert.

He leaves to cherish his memories his parents, George and Tasha Allen; his grandmothers Pamela (Warren) Featherstone, Alma Allen-Harris and Carolyn Harris; Brothers, Donte and Jonathan (Shatesha) Allen, Joey Blackman; sister, Azariya Jones-Allen; Uncle, Harrison Featherstone; Aunt, Shavon Harris; Godparents, Curt and Yvette Hoskins, Genia Gouch; and a host of family and friends who loved him dearly.

Visitation 9:00 AM and Funeral Service 10:00 AM Saturday, August 31, 2019 at Westerville Christian Church 471 E College Ave, 43081.

Interment at Green Lawn Cemetery.

Condolence Messages

  1. Katrina Leak and family

    My prayers to you and the family. He’s in God’s arms now.

  2. I’m sorry for the loss of your son. Tylar will be deeply missed by many people. He’s at peace now and he has so many wonderful memories that he left with us. May God continue to watch over you as you go through these rough times.

  3. I had the pleasure of having Tylar in my group at Goodwill Columbus. He was such a respectful, loving young man. May God’s peace be with all family and friends. It was such a blessing to knowing him.

  4. Renee Rogers Sankey

    My deepest condolences to the family during such a difficult time. Cherish the fond memories of Tylar as he is asleep waiting to hear the voice of Jesus and be resurrected to a paradise. John 5:28,29
    Love you guys

  5. Frances Smallwood

    To my family words cannot express the lost of a loved one. I extend my deepest sympathy to all of you, keep the memories in your heart and May they comfort you in your time of grief.

  6. Demetria Weaver

    I never met Tyler, but hearing about his sweet spirit and graceful soul always made me smile. He touched so many that he never knew. May he rest in eternal peace. May god comfort his family and those who he impacted.

  7. I went to Beechcroft with him and he always helped me at school. I’m so sorry for your loss, he was such an amazing person and friend. I’m sending my prayers to you and your family and all his other friends

  8. What a heartache I felt when I saw Tylar’s obituary! His tribute video was so warming. He will forever be a preschooler in my heart, as I was his physical therapist when he was in preschool. I was not surprised to read that he loved to work. One Fall, I brought real leaves and miniature rakes to school to practice using two hands together and trunk strength. Tylar was the happiest little man alive. He would have raked and bagged leaves all day. His joy was contagious. May your families’ hearts be comforted by all the memories. Miss Laura

  9. Brenda Gouchwilliams

    This morning for some strange unexplained reason, the Lord led me to this site,not sure as to why, I was streaming through my face-book and a school mate remembrance was there, i didn’t recognize her, all of a sudden your son’ picture appear, I remember the spelling of his name was so difference and unique , that my heart stop with sadness this cannot be the young man, that show me a dance in my home on Tamarack, as i read more, the pain of loss swept me up with sadness,,,Tasha i am so sorry to hear about Tylar’s transition to heaven, my heart aches for you and your family. I pray that you and your family find comfort in your healing. if there is anything i can do for you please let me know…Again i am so sorry to hear of your loss….Ms. Brenda Gouch-Williams

  10. Bradly Williams

    Hi my name is. Bradly I went to school with Tylar he was my best friend it hurts knowing he’s gone know Ik he’s in a good place I hope he’s loving it where he is I miss him so much I use to go to his house and play games with him and he use to take walks with me I’m just really sad I’m very sad for his family he will allways be my brother love u Tylar you will allways be my family

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