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Tyler Neil Pals 2018

Tyler Neil Pals was born March 6, 1987 in Castor, Alberta at Our Lady of the Rosary Hospital. Tyler came into this world with one of life’s hurdles. He was born with Cerebral Palsy. Tyler was the middle child of Philip & Shelly Pals.
Tyler attended Gus Wetter School where he was included in the activities at the school with the help of Teacher Aides over the years.
After Tyler graduated high school, he moved into his new home that Philip & Shelly purchased and renovated into the Group Home, where he lived with Katie & John for almost 11 years. He was well cared for by his group home family.
Tyler enjoyed seeing many visitors at his home including the many visits from his sisters and his 2 nieces.
On December 21, 2018 Tyler lost a battle to pneumonia. He is survived by his parents Philip & Shelly Pals, his older sister, Stacy, her husband Anthony and nieces, Aislyn and Bethany, his younger sister, Jill, her husband Jordan and Tyler’s newest niece Kaylee, his grandparents Margo Pals and Dennis & Betty Filipenko and many Aunts, Uncles and cousins. Tyler was predeceased by his grandpa, Francis (Bud) Pals.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Tyler Neil Pals 2018..

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Death notice for the town of: Castor, Province: Alberta

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