Tyler Christman Death – Obituary News: 14-year-old Carthage JV football player who collapsed on the sidelines Saturday has died.
We are sad to report that Carthage High School’s Freshman, JV football player Tyler Christman passed away Tuesday from a severe brain injury during Saturday’s football game against West Genesee according to the following statements posted on social media on September 22. 2021.
New York State Police 4h · We were honored to help pay tribute to a Jefferson County teen. First responders from across the area remembered Tyler Christman, a 14-year-old Carthage JV football player who collapsed on the sidelines Saturday in a game at West Genesee. Tyler died Tuesday. Pictured: New York State Police, Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office, Camillus Police, Geddes Police, Solvay Police, Manlius Police, DeWitt Police, Fairmount FD, Camillus FD, Onondaga Hill FD, Taunton FD, and WAVES Ambulance. 2.3K2.3K 74 Comments 815 Shares Like Comment Share
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Ann Rushton Bowles wrote
Prayers for this family. May he live on in others through his organ donation.
Praying for the family at this difficult time.
Prayers for this young man’s family. Because of him many will live. He will always be a Hero!Diana Dilig Murray wrote
extremely tragic. what happened to the head covering?
Joyce Adams wrote
So sad sorry this happen praying for his mom and dad
Linda Hughes McGuffin wrote
So terribly sad. How wonderful the family made the decision to donate!
Shirley Shealy Gilmore wrote
Football is such a dangerous sport but then again, they all can be. So sorry this young life was cut short. Prayers for his family.
Love & prayers for this unimaginable loss for this family. Hope they find peace & hope in knowing he will give the gift of life to others & he will live on through them.Carl Eugene Moore wrote
No idea what this young man may have done in life, but his legacy is now saving the lives of strangers.
P.t. Pat Rich wrote
Very sad! Just sad. Thank you Jesus for affording his family and brief time with him. Thank for allowing his family to make a choice that allows him to live on in others. What a story.
Tommy Gunter wrote
Lord I pray for this family send comfort to them in Jesus name amen.
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