In Memory of Tyler Keiper

A Celebration of Tyler's life open to all family and friends

1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Saturday January 30, 2021
Old Ptaceks Event Center
1449 Orrin Road
Prescott WI, 54021

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It’s with deepest sorrow and sadness we announce that Tyler J. Keiper, age 28 of Prescott, WI, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on January 13, 2021.

Tyler was a 2011 graduate of Prescott High School.  He was a very loving, giving, honest and passionate son, brother, uncle and friend.  His caring-loving heart, his silly/goofy sense of humor, his incredible selflessness and his amazing smile touched the hearts of everyone who knew him or came in contact with, even for those who only knew him for a short time.  He would do anything for anyone, even ones he didn’t know.  His big heart seemed to migrate and love the hardest towards the ones he came in contact with that were “the underdogs”, the ones who struggled, the ones others would shy from because they were hard to understand, they were different, they were challenging.  He wanted nothing more but to make them smile and feel special and loved, and he did just that.  He forever changed the lives of all those he knew.

At a very young age, he took extreme interest in sports.  Tyler and his brother Brandon would watch sports center instead of cartoons and they knew the stats of, or it seemed, of almost every baseball, football and basketball player even more than adults did.  Tyler loved fishing, golfing, doing back flips off the pontoon boat and anything sports related (but especially the Green Bay Packers).

Tyler was working at Andersen Windows and Doors in Bayport, MN at the time of his passing as a line lead, where he touched and made a difference in many lives there.  Prior to working there, he worked many years at Annas Bananas Daycare Center as a teacher’s aide, where the love for those children was a true gift from God that shined like no others we have ever seen.

Tyler will forever remain in the hearts of his mom, Michelle Keiper (finace’ John Boogren); his dad, Greg Keiper (wife Alicia); brother, Brandon (wife, Amber); sisters, Kaylee and Layla; nephew, Beckham; grandparents, Ed and Cherie Schneider and Karen and Rich Keiper; aunt, Vicki (cousin, Faith); uncle, Jeff Keiper (wife, Jill); and many other family members and friends.

A Celebration of Tyler’s life open to all family and friends will take place 1:00 – 4:00 PM Saturday, January 30, 2021 at the Old Ptaceks Event Center, 1449 Orrin Rd, Prescott.  Private family services will be held at a later date.

Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the O’Connell-Benedict Funeral Home of Prescott (715) 262-5404.

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  • Buddy, I remember the day I walked into Andersen and you were there with me the whole 9 yards. I remember you were the go to guy and throughout the years when you got promoted you still showed me respect as an equal. The 3 years we’ve known each other went by fast. I will see you on the other side and when the day comes, I will greet you again. Rest in peace for one day we all shall meet again.

  • So sorry I was unable to attend today’s celebration of life of Tyler. Only knowing him for a short time you could see that he had an infectious personality and wanted to live each day to the fullest.

  • Tyler you are so missed and so loved. I met him here in California at the Encino house and lived with him for about 6 weeks. We quickly became buddies. He and his close buddy Chris were always making me laugh and vise versa. I miss you friend. You made everyone laugh and smile and feel special. You are my inspiration to stay sober and never give up. I love you Tyler and will never forget you and your smile💕

  • Tyler will be greatly missed by many. He had a way of making everyone around him feel welcome and was always able to make people laugh. It’s been two weeks now and with him gone my days are just not the same here in Cali😥. Tyler, I love ya bro.

  • ” wherever you go, there you are”. Tyler taught me this. We made a sign together on one of the first few days I met him with this quote. Wherever he was, the room lit up. In the short time I knew Tyler, he made everyday better. He was the most compassionate, kindhearted and selfless friend. I am so thankful and blessed to have known him.The amount of lives he was able to touch is absolutely incredible. Sending your family prayers.

  • I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Tyler was in my 6th grade religious education class … so many years ago. It is wonderful to hear that he touched so many lives during his time on earth. Sending prayers of love and comfort to all of his family and friends.

  • My baby, God how I am so sorry you struggled for so long, but you are final free and safe and Jesus has you honey, you never EVER have to struggle again🙏❤️You sure did light up every room you walked in with that handsome smile and glowing personality. You’d always make everyone laugh with you funny goofy sense of humor. And oh did you know how to make people feel special and loved❤️ You had one of the biggest hearts I’ve ever seen and not only did you love but you loved hard and everyone you touched felt it. I will miss you every single day of my days on earth more than you’ll ever know. But I am soooooo excited for the day I can hold you again and you wrap your arms around me saying “I love you Mana” and I never will have to let go again of my baby ❤️🙏 Rest In Peace my Son, your fight is over, you won and your free baby boy ❤️🙏