He was just 17 years old and finishing his junior year of high school when a tragic car accident on Mother’s Day would prove to be fatal. Tyler will always be remembered for his love of God, life, family, friends, and his deep passion for soccer. He dedicated his life to the Lord on January 26, 2003. Tyler had played soccer since the age of eight for recreational and premier teams as well for his high school soccer team. He called soccer “a beautiful game”. In honor of this, his teammates banded together to make sure the light that was Tyler Renn remained burning through what would have been his senior year. Players came together from different soccer teams to play in a memorial soccer game that raised money go towards a memorial for Tyler and to sponsor a soccer field in his name. High school teammates wore Tyler #7 somewhere on their uniform, socks, even having it cut into their hair during what would have been Tyler’s senior year. The #7 was even placed in the middle of his high school home field with each game only starting with 10 players, a missing man formation, in a salute to the spot where Tyler would have been. Tyler would have graduated from high school with honors and awarded with his honor sash at the 2009 graduation. Tyler loved hanging out with his family and watching movies with his family was an all time favorite. As a matter of fact, on Tyler’s last night on earth he came home early from hanging out with friends to watch a movie with his mom. Through his generous spirit Tyler made the decision to sign the back of his driver’s license to give back through the miracle of organ donation. Both kidneys, his liver and pancreas were used and three people were given a second chance at life because of this. Tyler was an incredible son, brother (he had 4 brothers and 1 sister) and friend who will be forever missed but never forgotten. It was an honor to enjoy 17 years of his precious life.