Tylor Michael Kostrzewski

Dates

February 13, 1996 - September 4, 2014

Obituary

Tylor Michael Kostrzewski was born February 13, 1996, at Grand Forks, ND. He graduated from Kimball High School in 2014 and attended Mitchell Technical Institute for Information Systems Technology.

Tylor had a passion for computers, playing the PS3, and YouTubing numerous videos online. He was employed at Ditty’s Diner in Kimball and Jimmy Johns in Mitchell. He was a member of the Kimball Protestant Church and active in the church youth group. He had a close relationship to his family and a spunky, sarcastic personality that could put a smile on anyone’s face.

Tylor is survived by his parents, Amy and Bill Gough of Kimball, SD, and Chad Kostrzewski  of St. Paul, MN, a number of siblings, Dillan Kostrzewski and JayDee Gough, Kimball, SD; Brylee and LaRonda Gough of Sioux Falls, SD, Megan and Bruno & Taija Groenewold of Brandon, SD; Lyndee Gough and Ryan and Kaylee Redmann of Mitchell, SD; Alyssa Gough and Alex Smith of Sioux Falls, SD; and Maycee Gough of Sioux Falls, SD; special person, Nina Larson, Mitchell, SD; aunts and uncles: Mike and Holly Bilben and family; Jami and Lance Reister; Matthew and Laurie Bilben and family; Mark and Ellen Bilben and family; and Joe Bilben; grandparents, Mike and Denise Bilben; Jewel Kostrzewski and many more aunts, great aunts, uncles, great uncles, and cousins.

Tylor is preceded in death by his grandfather, Claude Carl, grandparents, Betty and Elvin Bilben, and grandfather, August Kostrzewski.

 

Please join the family and friends of Tylor to help celebrate his life. The family wishes for the service to be casual, for a casual kid. Refreshments and cookies will be served at the Kimball Protestant Church following the graveside service.

 


Visitation(s)

Date
Sunday, September 7, 2014
Time
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location
Kimball Protestant Church
Prayer Service ~ 7:00 PM
Kimball, South Dakota

Service

Date
Monday, September 8, 2014
Time
2:30 PM
Location
Kimball School Gymnasium
Kimball, South Dakota

Cemetery

Kimball City Cemetery
Kimball, South Dakota


Posted by Val & Dawn Luckett on September 9, 2014
Our Thoughts and prayers with you all...
Posted by prayer angel on September 8, 2014
Hi- I just want you to know I am praying for your family and your son.
Posted by Heather Harmon on September 7, 2014
I was honored to have known Tylor for many years. He was kind & funny!!! Amy & Bill and family - many prayers+
Posted by Sue Persson on September 6, 2014
So sorry for your loss, Amy. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Posted by Shelby Holan on September 6, 2014
I know deep down Tylor was someone you could depend on each day, he always had a smile on his face and he was someone who'd enjoy life, enjoyed being with his friends and family, and was looking forward to his future. I may have not know Tylor very long, but he was one of the best people to be around, my prayers go out to Tylor's family.
Posted by Mycena Dickerson on September 6, 2014
Dear Parents and Family, your heart must be broken in a million pieces with the death of your Son. Why do good people die ? Find the answer and more on jw.org. But in the mean time our Heavenly Father Jehovah by means of His kingdom (Matthew 6:10) has promise to swallow up death forever. (Isaiah 35:5,6) May this comfort you in the days ahead. I am so very sorry.
Posted by Mr. Ulrich on September 5, 2014
I enjoyed Tyler in my music class the three years I taught in Kimball. What a nice young man. Bill and Amy, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Mr. Rod Ulrich
Posted by Brad Cassutt on September 5, 2014
My prayers are with you little man
Posted by Community Friend on September 5, 2014
I want your family to know that I have been praying for your family since I heard the news of your son's passing. Please know there are countless people who you do not know standing with you in prayer and support. I pray the comforting presence of the Holy Spirit is near to you.
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