Tyler Charles Hargrove

June 17, 1984December 2, 2018

Tyler Charles Hargrove, age 34 passed away Sunday, December 2, 2018. A gathering will be announced by his family soon.


  • Celebration of Life Sunday, December 9, 2018

Tyler Charles Hargrove

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Sandy Kay Hargrove

December 16, 2018

Words can't express the sadness for this families loss, hearts are broken.
So grateful for the time we had with Tyler. Many fun, playful and loving memories from Wichita to S. C., to Fl. & TX.
How do I pick just one or two ?

Slidell Louisiana comes to mind , when Wichita Ks. & Charleston, S. C. decided to meet in the middle for Thanksgiving at the KOA campground ....a woodsy critter got to our turkey before we did!
Camping in the Ca. mountains, they didn't give us tent stakes we winged it!
The camping adventures, fishing, Soccer, football , baseball!

Memories of you, Travis , TJ & Christie at 4741 forever treasured.

I'm grateful for the time with you and Cooper this past summer , Cooper beating me at checkers and then wanting to teach me chess ! Umm, he knew he would beat me again , definitely has his dads sence of humor .
The burgers you cooked for us, enjoying the time with you all at the campground .
This past Thanksgiving, the big bear hugs we shared as you headed out the door.

Tyler, rest in peace in God's loving arms .

Nay Nay

" The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit "
Psalm 34:18

Katy Banning

December 6, 2018

Rest in peace, Tyler. I never knew you that well but you were a wonderful, caring, incredible, sweet, smart guy. An amazing son, brother, and most importantly father to your sweet little mini-me. We love you, Tyler. We know you are watching over us, as we travel to carry your memory onward. ❤️

Your cousin Katy

Shelbie Harper

December 6, 2018

Easily said, Tyler's presence was well known in his most recent little community of Silver Creek. By far, the most persistent human I had the pleasure of dealing with. His intellect and knowledge took our conversations deep into the best parts of this world undoubtedly. The skills he picked up and the stories he told were so satisfying to hear.
To Tyler, thanks for teaching me the correct way to "tootsie roll" and thank you for keeping me up to date with the world around us.
The ocean in a single man is more than anyone could have asked for.

I'll keep an eye on the deer for you and I'll make sure that your waves continue. I'll continue saving lives for you. Slow and steady won most races. Thank you...

Shelly Banning ( Hargrove )

December 6, 2018

Sweet Tyler, you are the best of us all, kind, compassionate, intelligent, and firstborn to your mom and dad. In my minds eye I see “ B for Big Boy “, and I guess I always will. A sweet observer of all of this crazy stuff we call life, whirling all around us, passing us by. It was too fast, too soon for you, Tyler, and we will miss you forever.

Psalm 34:18
The Lord is close to the broken-hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. “

Love you Tyler, Gary, Sandy and Travis

Laura Tatsch

December 6, 2018

Every morning that I wake up I wish this wasn't true, you were my friend and I loved you. I will miss talking to you about football, politics and reminding you that I am the cornhole champion! I will never stop missing you and I will pray, a heart felt prayer, that you have found peace resting in the arms of my Lord and Savior and now you are free! This is for you Tyler, GO JAGS!

Matt Bigogno

December 6, 2018

No words could express my deep sadness and shock for your loss. I will always have the fond memory of being present when Tyler and Travis got to watch the movie Monty Python's Holy Grail at my house, and seeing the laughs and smiles on their faces. My heart is broken for your loss. His smile will never be forgotten.

Dawne Hargrove

December 6, 2018

I can/will always remember Tyler, Travis, and all your cousins running around in front of Grandma Hargrove’s house in Ark City. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family; and memories do live on forever.

shelly Banning ( Hargrove )

December 5, 2018

Tyler, you are loved. Many memories of you will brighten the sadness as the days go by, and they will remind us of the light that is you. I remember the day my brother learned he was going to be a dad. We were all so happy, and you have brought much happiness and laughter to your family and friends in your time here on earth. The light that is you will never go away. The light that is you lives on in our hearts, in the places we go, in the things that we know. You remain with us all. Light and Love.

Gary, Sandy, Travis, may God be with you and comfort you in the days to come. I love you.

“Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, yes, I will help you, I will uphold you with My righteous right hand” (Isaiah 41:10).

"Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort those who are in any trouble” (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4)

Jean Schreiber

December 5, 2018

Our family is so saddened by the news of Tyler’s passing. As one of my son’s best buddies, Tyler would often pop in as the boys were on their way to some fun adventure. He was always such a kind and polite young man. We will miss his sweet smile and are so very sorry for this great loss. You are in our prayers.

Karen Hargrove

December 4, 2018

We have so many fond memories with you in Florida as well as Texas. We will always remember your big grin, your laughter and antics with Cooper, Travis and your dad. We will always treasure the weekend at Cocoa Beach with you, Cooper, Travis and your mom. Many hearts are broken with your passing, but nothing will change your family's or God's love for you.

“For I am persuaded that neither death nor life, nor angels nor principalities nor powers, nor things present nor things to come, nor height nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.”

Love, Granddad and Karen