In memory of
Tyler Hattrup
In memory of
Tyler Hattrup
Tyler Hattrup 2/4/1991 - 11/29/2014 Tyler Hattrup, age 23 from Auburn, Calif., passed away on Saturday evening November 29, 2014. He will be missed by so many friends and family. Tyler was the first son of Nicole Stiers and Jim Hattrup. He was born February 4, 1991 and raised in Auburn. Tyler was the big brother and best friend to Josh Hattrup. From the age of six Tyler raced quarter midgets, winning the Western Grand Nationals three times. He had a love of fast cars and motorcycles. Tyler's favorite retreat was traveling to sand dunes to ride his quad with brother Josh, Dad Jim and many close friends. Tyler had an infectious smile and loved to laugh. He was blessed with many friends whom he loved dearly. Touching the lives of so many, Tyler was never afraid to express himself freely giving hugs and always helping not just his loved ones, but anyone in need. Always the first to shake a hand or offer assistance, Tyler's love of people defined him. Tyler is survived by his mother Nicole, his father Jim and his brother Josh, all of Auburn, Calif. A celebration of Tyler's life will be held at Canyon View Community Center at 471 Maidu Drive, Auburn Calif. Sierra Room on Saturday, December 13, 2014 at 1:00 pm. Luncheon will follow the ceremony.
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In memory of
Tyler Hattrup
Tyler Hattrup 2/4/1991 - 11/29/2014 Tyler Hattrup, age 23 from Auburn, Calif., passed away on Saturday evening November 29, 2014. He will be missed by so many friends and family. Tyler was the first son of Nicole Stiers and Jim Hattrup. He was born February 4, 1991 and raised in Auburn. Tyler was the big brother and best friend to Josh Hattrup. From the age of six Tyler raced quarter midgets, winning the Western Grand Nationals three times. He had a love of fast cars and motorcycles. Tyler's favorite retreat was traveling to sand dunes to ride his quad with brother Josh, Dad Jim and many close friends. Tyler had an infectious smile and loved to laugh. He was blessed with many friends whom he loved dearly. Touching the lives of so many, Tyler was never afraid to express himself freely giving hugs and always helping not just his loved ones, but anyone in need. Always the first to shake a hand or offer assistance, Tyler's love of people defined him. Tyler is survived by his mother Nicole, his father Jim and his brother Josh, all of Auburn, Calif. A celebration of Tyler's life will be held at Canyon View Community Center at 471 Maidu Drive, Auburn Calif. Sierra Room on Saturday, December 13, 2014 at 1:00 pm. Luncheon will follow the ceremony.
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