Tyler Wade Stalnaker
Tyler was a loving son, brother, fiancé, uncle, and friend to all he knew. He enjoyed spending time outdoors hunting and fishing. He loved hanging out with loved ones and friends. He liked to operate heavy equipment, work with livestock, and track deer with his dog Gracie by his side. Tyler and Gracie were part of the Florida Blood Trailing Network. Everyone who knew Tyler knew how much he liked to sing and dance no matter where he was or who was watching. He loved his old country music. He never met a stranger anywhere he went; he would always talk to anyone. Tyler made so many great memories with his fiancé Taryn, family, and friends. Tyler was so funny and was always making jokes to keep everyone laughing. Tyler cared for everyone and was always the first to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. He is so dearly missed.
Tyler always wanted a job where he could wear his hey dude shoes everyday. If attending the service feel free to wear whatever you like, comfy shoes and a ball cap would suit Tyler just fine. When going through hard times remember the quote Tyler has on the back of his truck. “It’ll be Alright”.
Tyler is survived by fiancé Taryn Wilcoxon; his father and mother, Cecil Wade and Gwendolyn Stalnaker; sisters, Jessica Melgaard (Travis) and Lynce Stalnaker; brother Wadelyn Stalnaker (Tiffany); nephews, Holden Stalnaker and Cole Melgaard; and his loving dog, Gracie.
Funeral serviceswill be conducted on Friday January 7, 2022 at Elim Baptist Church at 11:00 AM with Rev. Larry Sweat officiating. Interment at the church cemetery will immediately follow. A visitation with the family will begin at 10:00 AM at the church until the service at 11:00 AM.