Tyson Boyll

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Tyson Boyll

April 25, 2003 - December 28, 2018

Tyson Boyll FARMERSBURG - Tyson Alexander Boyll, 15, of Farmersburg, tragically died in an auto accident on Friday, Dec. 28, 2018, along with two friends, while on the way to an air soft war that had been planned for weeks. He was born in Terre Haute on April 25, 2003, to Tammy Boyll.
He was a student at North Central High School where he enjoyed playing football and baseball. His lifelong dream was to become an Indiana State Trooper.
Preceding him in death is his grandmother, Sharon Sigler.
He is survived by his mother; aunt and uncle, Jeanie and Brian Jewell, and their two sons, Dillon (Kelsey) and Austin; aunt and uncle, Bob and Tanja Boyll, and their sons A.J. (Lacey) and Tanner; and two second cousins.
Services will be at 7 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 4, 2019, at North Central High School, with the Revs. David Cox and Don Ransford officiating. Visitation will be from 5 p.m. until the time of services on Friday. Holmes Memorial Chapel has been entrusted with arrangements. Burial will be at Westlawn Cemetery in Farmersburg on Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019, at 10 a.m. Contact online at www.holmesmemorialchapel.com
Published on January 1, 2019
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Leslie Sigler
Jan 04, 2019
Tammy, we are so sorry for your loss. You are in our prayers.
Joe & Paula Wheaton
Jan 03, 2019
Many prayers of comfort for all. Tyson was a very nice young man who will be missed greatly.
Rose Waymier
Jan 02, 2019
So very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for you alwsyd.
Señorita Gambill
Jan 02, 2019
Tyson was one of my Spanish students at SHS. Many times he would start the class by telling me a joke or a funny story that happened to him. He had a gift for making people smile. I remember him getting up in class one day explaining that his Beta sponsor wanted him to be part of the skit they were performing for the national convention. "Maestra (teacher), imagine me wearing a shark costume dancing around on stage." As he was saying this, he stood up and said, "Here let me show you," and began dancing aimlessly in front of his desk.
-----That's one of the images that will stay with me of him. The other is the day I gave him a card in which I encouraged him to continue with his studies, to
... never lose his sense of humor, and most importantly to live up to the name in Spanish that he picked out for himself: Jesús. If hugs were allowed, I think he would have given me one, but his smile was reply enough. I have no doubt the absence of his presence will linger in so many people's hearts. At least I know it will in mine.Read more
Elizabeth Pino
Jan 01, 2019
Tyson and his mother hold a special place in my heart. Tyson was a joy. My deepest sympathy and prayers for Ms. Boyll