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Tyler E Grygas-Nuzback

July 21, 2021


It is with heavy hearts, we announce the passing of our much beloved brother, son, uncle, friend: Tyler E. Grygas (Nuzback) on July 21, 2021.

Tyler accomplished many things during his short time on earth. Tyler's most notable accomplishment was his nine years of devoted service to the United States Navy.

Tyler created different friendships, bonds, and relationships with many people during his time on earth. Every relationship, unique in its own right as Tyler was his own person, and did things on his own volition. To say Tyler will be missed by family and friends is an understatement.

Tyler was a very passionate and charismatic young man. Tyler loved his family, Boston sports teams, Tom Brady, and God. However, there was nothing Tyler loved more than to sing his favorite country songs. We take solace in knowing Tyler (along with his Dad) will be in eternal life, singing all favorites country classics.

Tyler is predeceased by his father: Thomas P. Nuzback, and paternal grandparents.

Tyler is survived by his wife: Ambar Grygas, his mother: Vicki L. Grygas (Thomas) Nardini, his maternal grandparents: Edward and Joan Geier, his siblings: Destiny Nuzback, Matthew Grygas, Justin Grygas, Henry Grygas, and Charlie Grygas, his godchildren: Jayce Grygas, Jacob Torales, and Aberlee Esquilin, his nieces: Sadie and Amelia Grygas, his godfather: John A. Rysedorph, as well as many other aunts, uncles, and cousins.

All are welcome for visitation at Bekkering-Ellis Funeral Home, located at 1 Mohawk Ave, Scotia, NY 12302, on Monday August 16th from 3 to 6 p.m.

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August 16, 2021

3:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Bekkering Ellis Funeral Home Inc.
1 Mohawk Ave
Scotia, NY 12302

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