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Tyler Wood

Tyler was born on September 17, 1995 in Lancaster, WI and is the beloved son of Brooke (Skaife) Mohn and Paul Wood. They were surrounded by many adoring family members, impatiently awaiting his arrival.

Tyler was a devoted husband, father, loving son, and brother; adored nephew, admirable cousin, and precious grandson.

Tyler’s smile and sense of humor were contagious and would brighten anyone’s day. His sense of humor was inherited from his Papa John. Tyler was a 2014 graduate of Onalaska High School where he formed lasting friendships with his wrestling teammates. Shortly after high school, Tyler joined the United States Army which he proudly served until his passing. Tyler took great pride in being a part of a military family, wanting to continue the legacy set by his Papa Skaife, Aunt Jackie, Step-Dad Shane, and many extended family. He married Shaiza (Summers-Wallace) on July 30, 2017 and their precious baby girl was born April 3, 2018.

Tyler was an avid Packer and Badger fan and enjoyed his many fantasy football leagues. He also treasured spending time with family and hunting and fishing. Tyler had a passion for Michael Jordan shoes in which he had a large collection. Tyler was a gracious man that found a passion for helping others, especially children during his time in Korea where he spent time with orphaned children. He was loved and admired by his family, friends, command and soldiers. Tyler was a great soldier, always willing to tackle even the most complicated tasks. He would also become a motivating and well admired NCO. All that knew Tyler would comment on how kind and loving a person he was. Tyler’s infectious smile and loving heart will be truly missed, but they will never be forgotten. He also loved practicing his wresting moves on his mom, sister (Chesny) and aunt (Jackie).

Tyler will always be loved mosterestest. We would always start with love you until we finally got to mosterestest, which was the highest we could get out and make sense. Tyler was truly loved and loved his family deeply! The world was truly a better place because of the soul this young man had. Tyler had over 600 people at his wake that knew how amazing he was and our family will ensure his memory continues to attempt to live up to the high standards he set.

Tyler is survived by his wife Shaiza and beautiful daughter Ahnora, Onalaska; his mother and step-father Brooke and Shane Mohn, Cataract; his father and step-mother, Paul and Melissa Wood, Sun Prairie; co-parent, Rick Fuller, La Crosse; two sisters, Chesny Fuller, Cataract and McKenzie Fuller, La Crosse; maternal grandparents John and Carol Skaife; paternal grandparents Joanne Wood, Lancaster and Gary Wood Bagley; step-grandparents Linda and Art Grames and Patricia and Edward Mohn; his loving Aunts and Uncles Jacqueline (John) Skaife, Cathy (Tim) Mahaffey, and Mark (Sandi) Wood, Ryan (Leslie) Olson, Stacy Dremsa, Jody (Rachel) Mohn and numerous cousins, in-laws and step aunts and uncles.

Tyler was preceded in death by great grandparents Robert and Esther Robinson, Lawrence and Eleanor Skaife, Lyle and Lucille Bellrichard and Sam and Bernice Wood, and Aunt Bobbi Jean Skaife.

Hometown: Onalaska, Wisconsin
Hobbies: Collecting Jordan Shoes, playing Madden, playing fantasy football, enjoying the outdoors with his baby girl, hunting and fishing
Interests: Nascar, Football (NFL and Big Ten), boating
Talents: Being an amazing army mechanic, great wrestler, infectious smile/laugh
Favorite Sports Teams: Milwaukee Brewers, Green Bay Packers, Wisconsin Badgers

States Tyler called home: Wisconsin, Oklahoma and Hawaii
Final Rest: Woodlawn North Cemetery in La Crosse, Wisconsin