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Tyler Jon Scranton

• Sep 11, 2017 at 4:44 PM

REYNOLDSBURG — Tyler Jon Scranton, 27, of Reynoldsburg, passed away after a long battle with addiction on September 3, 2017. Tyler was a strong, caring young man who enjoyed helping people grow through personal training and individual support. He was an avid believer in the fight against addiction, and he would want others to continue their fight for freedom from its hold over them.

Predeceased by grand parents Arthur and Pearl Scranton, great grandparents James and Olive Edington, great grandpa Raymond E. Carrier. Tyler is survived by loving parents Joseph and Martha Scranton; sister and best friend Rachel Scranton; siblings Riva Milliken and Ryan Scranton; grandparents Raymond and Martha Carrier; great-grandma Verna Carrier; aunts Marsha Quinn and Michele Carrier; uncle James (Cindy) Scranton; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and friends. Tyler is also survived by his loving Summer Rays Family including Chuck Kirk and so many others, too many to name, who have made a difference in his life. He fought alongside so many of you, and each of you were a special extension of his family.

His family and friends will gather to celebrate his life on Saturday, September 16, at 2 pm at Rev Cafe, 7679 East Main Street, Reynoldsburg. Carl Bard once said, “Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.”

In lieu of flowers, please help us in the fight against addiction. Donations may be made in Tyler's memory to Summer Rays, 7480 E. Main St., Reynoldsburg, OH 43068. Summer Rays, was , and is, the hand, that pulled us out of the darkness, into the light. Our fight continues, together. God Bless.


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