Steven Tyler Felt was born on March 24, 1992 to Ralph Steven Felt and Rachel Christine Felt. Tyler attended Ocoee High School before continuing his career in Construction Management. He was currently living in Winter Garden, Florida before claiming his forever home on the outskirts of Heaven on August 8th, 2018.
Tyler was someone who could ease your troubles, make you laugh, make you think, or make you crazy. He could dance with you, sing with you, hunt with you, fish with you, or drive a dirt road with you. No matter what you did or who you were, he only had to flash his stunning smile and your life would never be the same again. Our worlds have been forever changed without his love, protection, generosity and wit.
Tyler was predeceased by his grandparents Nelson & Janice Felt, Paul Dyal, and Charles (Buddy) Stephens. He is survived by his grandmother, Patricia Dyal; parents, Steve & Rachel Felt; siblings, DeAnne Martin, Sarah Felt, and Rebecca (Cameron) Dotson; nieces, Abby & Charlotte Wallace; along with many loving aunts, uncles and cousins.
Services were entrusted to Collison Carey-Hand Funeral Home and held at Mosaic Church Winter Garden on August 14, 2018 at 10:00 AM. A memorial at Tanner Hall followed later that day at 5:30 PM.
Our family would like to continue to thank everyone for the words of support and for honoring Tyler in all of the best ways. There is no way we could ever put the words together to properly express our gratitude. Our hearts are hurting beyond belief, but we know that all of you who knew Tyler are hurting also.
I did not know Tyler and am aware of him from a coworker. I heard he was a very special young man whom was taken from the world too soon. He seems to have been one whom would give his last dollar to the poor. He seems to have been one whom share all he has with those he loved and not hesistate to help anyone whom was in need. He strikes me as a person whom one can rely on, even on "Moving Day".
He is missed though he is with The Father and with The Father there's many mansions - Oh imagine the mansion that The Father had built for Beloved Tyler! (John 14:2)
Please receive my words in the Loving Spirit in which it were sent and thank you for allowing me to offer my prayers of condolences-
ANDREAS WARRENCLERMONT, FL