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Tyler George Keehn

February 13, 1993 ~ November 2, 2018 (age 25)
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Tyler “Tiny” George Keehn passed away unexpectedly in an auto accident the evening of November 2, 2018 along with his good friend and coworker, Robin Lish.  He was followed by the death of his beloved companion, his dog, Buddy, the next day.

Tyler, and his twin sister, Taylor, were born February 13, 1993 to Danny and Kim Keehn and joined an older brother, Levi, and later welcomed younger sisters, Sarah and Nyah Keehn.  The family lived in Star Valley for many years, spent a few years in Oregon, and returned to the valley where Tyler graduated with the class of 2011. He worked alongside his father, Danny, where he gained and shared a work ethic not often found in young men his age. He was employed by Green River Rock at the time of his passing, a job he had been trained for by his father.

Tyler was not one to sit still. He drove fast, lived quick, and smiled often. He was an avid fisherman, hunter, and loved being outdoors no matter the activity.  Tyler was deeply loved by his family and friends but loved them fiercely in return and would stand up to assist and help whenever one was in need. He wasn’t one to mince words and it was easy to know what he was thinking and where he stood on matters. Tyler loved animals and his dog, Buddy, who followed him everywhere.

Tyler was preceded in death by his father, Daniel Keehn, in July 2018, who most definitely met him with a hug. He was also preceded by paternal grandmother, Georgia Whiting, maternal grandfather, Tom Bond, and Uncle Brent Keehn. He leaves his mother, Kimberly Bond Keehn, brother Levi Keehn(Kim),  sisters Taylor Keehn (Cooper), Sarah Mendenhall (Marshall), and Nyah Keehn, and nieces Kaylee, Haiden, Georgia, and Arrira. He would have been an amazing uncle to a nephew due in February. He also leaves behind grandparents, Richard “Butch” Keehn, Sherry and Kent Goodson and numerous Uncles, Aunts, Cousins, and friends.  We love you, Tiny!

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