Tyler Scheetz Obituary – Tyler Scheetz, who had been battling cancer for several years prior to his passing on January 8, 2023 at the age of 19 years old, was a young man. His cousins Helen Ann, Thomas, Katherine, and Sophia (“Elly Belly”), as well as his aunts and uncles, Thomas Scheetz and Kathryn Decker, Karen and Scott Zappetti, Kim and Rich Nagurka, and Jenn and Chad Augulis. His aunts and uncles are married to each other. At this very moment, the Cusimano Family Colonial Mortuary in Mountain View, California is saddled with the job of completing the necessary arrangements for the burial service.
These requirements include: Kevin Scheetz and Christine Augulis became first-time parents for the first time to their son Tyler on March 4, 2003, in the city of Teaneck, New Jersey, in the state of New Jersey. After spending some time putting down roots in Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, the family made the final choice in 2007 to move to Atherton, which is situated in the U.S. state of California. This move came after the family had spent some time in Upper Saddle River developing roots. Tyler completed his high school education and received his diploma in May of 2021 from St. Francis High School, where he was a member of the volleyball, soccer, and cross-country teams. In addition to that, he was active in the sport of soccer throughout his stay there.
It was also the location of his very first meeting with Elly Lowy, the woman who would go on to become his girlfriend in the years that followed their initial encounter. They both arrived to the same conclusion, which was that when they completed their high school studies, the next logical step for them would be to sign up for classes at Chapman University. At the time of this writing, Tyler was a student at the School of Communications, where he was already enrolled in the second year of his degree program. While still a senior in high school, Tyler enrolled in a writing program at Columbia University in order to further his pursuit of achieving his long-term ambition of being a successful creative writer. This was one step that he made toward accomplishing this objective, and it was successful.
He was successful in having an editorial piece published in the most recent edition of The Panther, which is the student newspaper that is put out by Chapman University and is known as “The Panther.” As a direct consequence of his accomplishments, he was filled with an intense feeling of joy. His enthusiasm for the great outdoors inspired him to try his hand at a wide range of outdoor activities, such as surfing, hiking, and fishing. His mother, Christine C. Augulis, his father, Kevin B. Scheetz and his wife Christine, his brother, Tristan Scheetz, and his step-siblings, Alex and Jack Murad, as well as his maternal grandmother, Carol Augulis, and his paternal grandmother, Patricia Scheetz, are among those who are able to remember Tyler after his passing.