Tyson Blahey
Tyson Blahey
Tyson Blahey

Service of Remembrance

10:00 am
Saturday, March 12, 2022
Saskatoon Funeral Home
338 - 4th Avenue North
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

Obituary of Tyson Wayne Blahey

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Tyson Wayne Blahey; a Dad, a Son, a Brother, a Nephew, an Uncle, a Friend and someone who could make you laugh and make you cry in the same moment died unexpectedly on March 4, 2022 at the age of 41.

Tyson was born in Yorkton, Sk on December 13, 1980 and moved to Saskatoon at a young age where he started to build friendships; whether it be through hockey, school, neighbor kids or a complete stranger, he just had a way.

His children Tariq and Summer meant the world to him and he did his best as a Dad and always wanting what was best for them in their lives. We often felt with some goofy and fun things he did, was more for him and the kid in him.

Tyson moved back to Yorkton years ago and to our surprise, he started to renovate homes …. One led to four and number five was the Home Tyson built for him and his kids ….. for a man that hadn’t done much carpentry and with guidance Built a HOME!

Tyson truly lived life on his terms. He often said “Everybody’s way is good to me ….. you be you and I’ll be me”

Survived by:
His Mom Laurie Renton (Rob McDill), Son Tariq Blahey (Marissa), Daughter Summer Meetoos Blahey (Papa Jackie) Brother Ray Blahey (Crystal Carr), nephew Carter and Niece Kylie
Many Aunts, Uncles and Cousins as well as Many Many Friends near and far and a Special Friend Lindsay Isbister

Predeaceasded by:
Dad, Ray Blahey
Grandma and Grandpa, Larry and Donna Renton
Baba and Gido, Cyril and Sophie Blahey

Family, Friends and others whose lives Tyson touched are invited to: Saskatoon Funeral Home 338 4th Ave North  Saskatoon, Sk. Saturday, March 12, 2022 at 10:00 am to Celebrate Tyson’s Life to reminisce and share memories.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to CUMFI 315 Avenue M South, Saskatoon, SK. S7M-2K5, or E-transfer director.finance@sasktel.net

“Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a Memory”
dr seuss


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