Tyler James Robie

July 25, 1986 — January 1, 2016

Tyler James Robie

Tyler James Robie of Rangely Colorado passed away on Friday, January 1, 2016 at the age of 29. Tyler was born on July 25, 1986 to the parents of Donnell Jr. and Karen Robie. Tyler was a 2005 graduate of Rangely High School. While in high school, he was active in sports, bridge building, FBLA, knowledge bowl and student council. Following graduation, Tyler attended the University of Northern Colorado. Upon returning to Rangely, he went to work for Blu-H Well Service. After a devastating hand injury, Tyler chose to pursue a career in the electrical field. He has been employed by Ducey's Electric for the last year. Tyler enjoyed the time he spent with his daughter Taytum, writing poetry, listening to music, playing the drums, molding clay figurines, gaming, making people laugh and, most of all, a night of karaoke. Tyler leaves behind his treasured daughter, Taytum. He will be greatly missed by his mother and step father Karen and Casey Wilder, his brother Donnell III and sister-in-law Candra Robie, his sister Tiffany and brother-in-law Greg Skelton, step sister and brother Kara and Kylen Wilder, grandparents: Donnell Sr. and Carolee Robie, Roy and Helen Carbone, Shirley Sinclair, aunts and uncles: Rory and Marty Robie, Mike and Diana Carbone, along with several cousins, nieces and friends. Tyler was proceeded in death by his father, Donnell Robie Jr. "Family requests that in lew of flowers, a Memorial Fund has been set up at The bank of San Jauns in Rangely. This fund is to be put in a trust for Tyler's daughter Taytum." Funeral service will be Wednesday, January 6, 2016 at 11:00 am at the Rangely Christian Church. A viewing will be one hour prior to the services. burial will be in the Rangely Cemetery, under the direction of the Blackburn Vernal Mortuary.
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