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Date of Passing: Oct 03, 2022

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It is with heartbreak and sadness, that the family of Tyrell announce his sudden passing at the age of 22 on Monday, October 3, 2022.

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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Oct 08, 2022

Condolences & Memories (4 entries)

  • This was a huge loss for my whole family. Tyrell will always be remembered. Its crazy to think all I have of Tyrell are now only memories.. which I’ll forever cherish. Tyrell was the best big brother any sister could’ve asked for. Tyrell loved being outdoors in nature, he was always the happiest when he would go on hikes with our older brother Bronson, he loved spending time with family❤️ Tyrell was very hard working, I don’t remember him ever doing anything half asked. Everything Tyrell worked on he always put 110% in. (Expect for my bed frame when he helped me set it up with a hammer) He used to tell me “work hard Serena but don’t over work yourself, in the end all your hard work will pay off” He would spend his free time running on the track or skipping in the gym. He was my biggest supporter and always motivated me to eat healthier and work on my physical/mental health. He was the biggest health nut ever! He loved his smoothies and granola and he always encouraged his family to eat healthy. That was my big brother💙Love u Ty I’ll always cherish our memories in my heart Luv u forever -Serena 🤍 - Posted by: Serena Lysohirka (Sister) on: Nov 03, 2022

  • Tyrell has been my bestfriend since I was 14. He was the most amazing and caring person I ever came across. I'm so beyond lucky to have had a bestfriend like Tyrell. He was always there when you needed him and I always loved that about him. He helped get me through so many rough patches in my life and he really helped me get through my high schools years. He made me a deal that if I went to school he’d come over everyday after and we’d do our homework so that’s what’s we’d do everyday. It was our routine so when he graduated I couldn’t have been any more happy for him. I just wish he didn’t have to go so soon. This has to be the hardest goodbye I’ve ever had to say. we were two pees in a pod. He really was everything I could ask for in a best friend❤️ I’ll never forget how he would always force me to sneak out so we could go for our late night walks to seven 11 and we’d always take turns buying each other stuff, on our walks we’d talk about everything and anything like conspiracy theories and childhood memories and even times with each other just way back. There wasn’t anything Tyrell didn’t know about me. I trust him with my whole life. I knew he was going to be my bestfriend from the minute we hangout then suddenly we just became Lainie and Tyrell and that’s how everyone knew us. If they seen Tyrell he was probably coming to meet me or I wasn’t far behind him and same thing goes with me LOL. He really had the best sense of humour. Everytime we were together we were laughing so hard because of our humours together we’re literally unbeatable. I just wish I could tell him one last time how much I really love and appreciate him. I miss his laugh and smile so much but until we meet again Tyrell 💙I love you always❤️ (PS if you are reading this and some parts don’t make sense it’s because I'm having a hard time with this loss and this isn’t even enough for how much he truly means to me). - Posted by: Lainie Tavares (Bestfriend ) on: Nov 03, 2022

  • Tyrell was such an independent, hardworking, generous, and thoughtful young man. Tyrell had an insatiable thirst for knowledge and was eager to learn about his Ukrainian language and heritage; he even had a trip planned to Ukraine once the War subsided. Tyrell had exceptional work ethic and wouldn't miss a shift, or be late. Tyrell will always be remembered for his determination, his gentle, goofy nature and his outlook on life. He will always be in our hearts and minds forevermore. Long live Tyrell #Forever22 - Posted by: Tammy (Mother ) on: Nov 02, 2022

  • I was so very sorry to hear of Tyrell's passing. Such a bright and kind young man. I have very fond memories of his time at Kelvin High School. His family is in my thoughts and prayers. - Posted by: Hugh Tibbs (Teacher ) on: Oct 11, 2022

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