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Tyler Sansonetti

In Memory of SSgt Tyler J Sansonetti USMC

December 27, 1992 – March 21, 2022

SSgt Tyler Sansonetti was born on December 27, 1992. He grew up in Harrison City, PA and graduated from Penn Trafford High School in 2011.  When he was 17 years old, he made the decision to become a Marine and enlisted in the Delayed Entry Program (DEP). He left for bootcamp right after high school graduation. Tyler was very athletic and spent most of his childhood playing baseball, basketball, and other sports and loved his dogs, Thumper and Jake. Known for his terrific sense of humor and highly competitive nature, he was a win-at-all-costs and a have fun-at-all-costs person. He was highly social, made friends everywhere he went and was fiercely loyal to his family and friends.

Tyler married and, with his wife, moved to North Carolina where he was stationed at Camp Lejeune.  He was deployed many times in the 11 years he served and obtained various leadership positions within the Corps, namely Section Chief of his artillery unit and Platoon Sergeant. He lived by the Marine Corps values of Honor, Courage and Commitment and was dedicated to the Corps and to his brotherhood within the Corps. 

While serving he was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation, Certificate of Commendation, Certificate of Appreciation, Meritorious Mast and Good Conduct Medal. He also obtained his Black Belt in the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (MCMAP).  Tyler served in many areas of the world including Greece, Italy, Bulgaria, Red Sea, Norway, and parts of the North Atlantic.

Tyler died on March 21, 2022 at the age of 29 while proudly serving his country. He is greatly missed by all who knew him.

States Tyler called home: Pennsylvania & North Carolina                           

Final resting place: Verona, PA

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