Tyler Lee Weaver “Weaver”

May 4, 2022

Tyler Lee Weaver “Weaver” age 20 of Jay, passed away too soon on May 1st, 2022. Tyler was born to Robert and Anita Weaver in Pensacola, Florida on October 3rd, 2001. He grew up in Jay, Florida and was a member of the Jay High School graduating class of 2020.

Tyler enjoyed playing football, hunting, midnight fishing trips with guys, riding his dirt bike, working on his new motorcycle, and spending time with Hayleigh, his family, and his friends. Tyler seemed to have a hard shell, but he actually wore his heart on his sleeve. He was slow to show his emotions, but would give the shirt off his back to anyone in need. Tyler will always be remembered for his work ethic, his ability to make a friend anywhere he went, and always being in a good mood. He had a beautiful smile, a contagious laugh, and could always light up the whole room.

Tyler had already worked and excelled in many job fields in his young life including; spray foam applicator, boilermaker, welder, equipment operator; working with electrical contractors, home remodelers, high power voltage companies, and solar contractors. Two weeks ago he started his own business, NWF Cleaning Solutions, a solar panel cleaning company. Despite his short life, Tyler had accomplished much through hard work and was always trying to better himself, especially now for his growing family.

Tyler is survived by his parents, Robert and Anita Weaver; his future wife, Hayleigh Dyal and the son they are soon expecting, Liam Zayne Weaver; one sister, Sierra Robinson; Grandparents, Bobby Kelso and Charlotte Lombardo, Anita Miller, Teresa Campbell, and Great grandmother, Betty Hawkins; Brother in Law, Trystin Dyal; Aunts and Uncles, Chere Kelso, Larry Haynes, Kenny Kelso, Crystal Weaver, and Angelia Robinson; he is also survived by a multitude of special aunts and uncles, cousins, other family members, and close friends.

Tyler is preceded in death by his great great grandmother, Elfreida Fuqua (Nanny), great great grandfather, Jackie Hawkins, great great grandfather, Ray Dixon, and grandfather, Greg Miller, and mother in law, Kristy Dyal.
Services will be held Friday, May 6th, 2022, at 5pm at Jay Funeral Chapel, with Robbie Rawls officiating. The family will be accepting friends at 4pm.

In lieu of flowers, we ask that you please donate to the dedicated Paypal account (@Rweaver72) or Venmo (@Robert-Weaver-96) that has been set up for Hayleigh and the baby for their future needs.


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