Tyler John Brickner, age 29, of Sheboygan, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday morning, March 23, 2022. Words can’t describe the emotions we are feeling as family and friends after this untimely loss.
Tyler was born on June 30, 1992, to Rick and Kris (Bergemann) Brickner in Sheboygan, WI. He graduated from Howards Grove High School with the class of 2010, and was currently attending LTC for a Maintenance Millwright Degree. Tyler had previously worked at JAWS Lawn and Landscaping and was currently employed on third shift at Saco Polymers.
Tyler’s personality was magnetic. Everyone was drawn to his energy, charm, and positive attitude. Tyler had a smile that could brighten any room as soon as he entered, and the twinkle that he had in his eyes will always be unforgettable. Tyler was an outdoorsman through and through. He loved to fish, hunt, camp, and play disc golf. Tyler had a VERY green thumb and had a big collection of succulents and house plants. Tyler was passionate about music and would listen to all different types of music – his favorites being Tom Petty, Pink Floyd, Madonna, and Pretty Lights. Tyler was always down to go out and have a few at the local establishments with family and friends.
Tyler’s passing will change so many lives because of the reach he’s drawn. He was and still is loved by so many people. He will always be our son, big brother, and friend – and we miss him so much already. We will hold things down here till we meet again.
Tyler is survived by his parents, Rick and Kris; siblings, Tatum (Fiancé, Stephen Schuster) and Thomas; aunts and uncles; numerous cousins; and many other relatives and friends. Tyler was so loved and will be forever missed.
Tyler was preceded in death by his grandparents on both sides of his family; and cousin, Trisha Bergemann.
We love you, Tyler John (the big guy) forever.
A Celebration of Life will be held for Tyler from 2:00 PM – 10:00 PM on Saturday, April 16, 2022, at Town & Country (W1943 Co Rd J, Sheboygan, WI 53083), in their lower level.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund will be established in Tyler’s name. Funds will be used to support the Herma Heart Institute at Children’s Wisconsin.
“May he be in Wonderland looking through the looking glass.”