Brother Tyler Warren

MercosurDear Brothers and Sisters, It is with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of Brother Tyler Warren. He passed away on May 14th after battling cancer for 5 years.

Tyler was a member of TCRC Division 528 in London where he worked as a Conductor and served as a Field Placement Coordinator for new hires. He was very well respected and a positive influence on everyone fortunate enough to have worked with him. 

On behalf of the members of the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference we would like to extend our sincere condolences to the Warren Family. We share your pain and loss today.

Update: A celebration of Tyler's life will take place on June 1st at 1pm at St. Thomas-Elgin Memorial Centre, 80 Wilson Ave. St Thomas, ON N5R 3R2.

To share a favourite memory of Tyler or photos please visit the Facebook page "Fearless for Tyler"

Donation can be made to the Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada.

He loved life

Mercosur"It’s with great sadness we announce Tyler Warren passed away this morning with our family surrounding him with love, in our home.

Tyler fought for 5 years through 5 surgeries and multiple treatments with an army of friends and family by his side. He was and will always be an inspiration to everyone for his determination to never give up and always focus on the positive. He loved life and he enjoyed every moment of the life he built. We all will miss him so much it hurts, but are happy he’s finally able to rest.

More details about a celebration of his amazing life will be made available when we have them.

For now, thank you to everyone who has supported and loved Tyler over the years, we are so proud of him."

Amanda Warren