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Weed Corley Fish Funeral Homes and Cremation Services

411 Ranch Road 620 South, Lakeway, TX

OBITUARY

Tyler Allen Dickey

September 20, 1985September 30, 2019
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Tyler Allen Dickey

It is with our deepest sorrow that we announce Tyler Dickey, our beloved son, brother, and friend passed suddenly on September 30th, 2019 at the age of 34. Those who knew Tyler lost a light in their lives.

Born on September 20, 1985 in Austin, Texas. Tyler graduated Class of 2004 at Lake Travis High school where he was a recognized academic student and all around great athlete. With Tyler’s passion for creativity he continued his journey to the University of Texas – San Antonio where he earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Architecture. Tyler became an integral part of the success of Dickey and Son Concrete. Tyler’s beautiful views of life are love, which he showed through his expressions for Art, Music, and Math.

Loved by so many, Tyler is an inspiration on living life to the fullest. With the capacity to bring joy and happiness to others, Tyler was known for his humility, compassion, kindness, and loving heart. He will be dearly missed on this earth, but has been welcomed with open arms in Heaven.

Tyler is survived by his mother and stepfather, Debbie and Steve Ohlman; father and stepmother, Bruce Dickey and Kathy; sisters Krystal Dickey, Brooke and Autumn Ohlman, brother Cole and wife, Stephanie Spradley, sisters Kendra and husband, Adam Gouge, and Kara and husband, Ryan Pieper. Tyler is also survived by his Aunt Michelle Stewart and husband, Michael, Cousins Zachary Stewart, Cody Stewart and wife, Tyree , nephews Austin Spradley, Levi Pieper, Jayden Metcalf and niece Karyssa Metcalf. Tyler’s preceded in death by Grandparents Gordon and Nell Dickey, and Grandparents Leon and Elaine Mahan.

Services will be at 2 p.m. on Monday, October 7 at Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home, RR 620 South, Lakeway, Texas with a Celebration of Life Reception following at Antebellum Event Center 3 to 6 p.m. In Lieu of Flowers donations can be made to American Tinnitus Association - https://www.ata.org/

  • FAMILY

  • Tyler is survived by his mother and stepfather, Debbie and Steve Ohlman; father and stepmother, Bruce Dickey and Kathy; sisters Krystal Dickey, Brooke and Autumn Ohlman, brother Cole and wife, Stephanie Spradley, sisters Kendra and husband, Adam Gouge, and Kara and husband, Ryan Pieper. Tyler is also survived by his Aunt Michelle Stewart and husband, Michael, Cousins Zachary Stewart, Cody Stewart and wife, Tyree , nephews Austin Spradley, Levi Pieper, Jayden Metcalf and niece Karyssa Metcalf. Tyler’s preceded in death by Grandparents Gordon and Nell Dickey, and Grandparents Leon and Elaine Mahan.

Services

  • Tyler Allen Dickey Monday, October 7, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Reception Monday, October 7, 2019

Memories

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Jeff Leech

October 7, 2019

Dickey was my counterpart on the basketball court for years. I knew where he was going to be before he got there. My best games were because he was on fire—couldn’t miss. He’d have a billion points and I’d have half a billion assists. And when we weren’t on fire, he was physically and vocally doing his damnedest to spark something in those around him.

As we grew up and played less, I saw him still surrounded by friends clearly fueled by the same fire and lift. I have no memories of Tyler weighing others down. He was always open, shooting often ill-advised three-pointers, and feeding positivity to those around him.

Sandy Schiller

October 7, 2019

Tyler was a very kind and polite young man. When he would come in our auto shop he always had a smile and conversed with me in such a polite, respectful manner. Not alot of young people this day and time look you in the eye when in conversation and always answered with a yes mam or no mam. He will be truly missed by many! He certainly made a impact in my life!

Wes Peoples

October 7, 2019

All of us at Wes Peoples Homes are sad to hear of the loss of your son Tyler. Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. God bless you all.

Deborah Flowers

October 7, 2019

A beautiful tribute to an extraordinary young man. May those who mourn be blessed and have the strength to endure in their grief.

Christi Davidson

October 7, 2019

I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of your precious son Tyler.

I send to the entire family love ❤️ and prayers 🙏 to comfort your broken hearts during this very difficult time. There is no love greater than that a parent has for their child. May you find in time, peace and healing in the the love and memories.

With my deepest sympathy,
Christi Davidson-Magee

Glen and Michelle Shillinglaw

October 6, 2019

Our deepest condolences Bruce, to you, Kathy and your family. No words can ever express our sadness for your loss nor our love for you and yours. Hoping this poem helps bring you some peace.

As a baby unto you, when God said softly
I'm trusting you to do, everything that is needed
To nurture & love.
He's your little angel, sent from me above.

Now a spirit, he can no longer be hugged, held or kissed.
The body that was his vessel is what you will surely miss,
But his spirit that was shared with you on that special day
That is what He promised, and can never take away.

Tyler is back in Heaven now, the earth was not his final place.
He taught you all he could about both dignity & grace.
So as you grieve & weep to see him once again,
I promise he's waiting there, when you get to heaven, you'll see him again.

Tina & Dean Leeper

October 5, 2019

Sending our love and condolences to the family. Tyler was very special and beyond talented in so many ways. He had a kind heart and always a smile with that swagger! He was quick on his feet in all the sports back in the day and always remained a gentleman. He will always be remembered as Dickey to his friends and will never be forgotten.

Carolyn McMains Koepf

October 5, 2019

I am so very sorry to hear about your sweet son Debbie, Bruce, and family. May God guide you through this difficult time. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

UC Ukaoma

October 4, 2019

So sorry to read about your beloved sonTyler. May his soul rest is peace!

Our condolences to you Bruce and your entire family.

God knows best!

Kathi Shipley

October 3, 2019

First, I wish to express my deepest sympathies to Tyler's parents, Debbie and Bruce. Your accomplishment, in raising this wonderful man to maturity, is to be respected and acknowledged, even as we mourn his passing.

Now for the memories of a next door neighbor during Tyler's final high school years. He was busy...flat out busy!! From watching him take a football the entire length of the LT home field to kicking around our Lakeway community in a hot Harley Davidson package F-150...he was busy!! The good wholesome kind of busy.

Debbie shared his life's journey with me through the years. I relished in his successes and adventures, the love he had for her, and the maturity he achieved.

Tyler will be present in my memories always!! He will forever be that 'really cool young man' whom I had the privilege of knowing from my vantage point as a next door neighbor in life.

Kathi C Shipley

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