Tyler Ray Clark, 20, of Little Cypress passed away in his home on June 2, 2019. Tyler was born in Port Arthur on June 20th, 1998. He lived in Nederland and Port Neches early on but moved to Little Cypress at age 10 and was a graduate of Little Cypress Mauriceville High School Class of 2017.
Tyler was an all or nothing kind of person, loved with his whole heart, and had the kindest eyes. He enjoyed scouting for many years until the joy for band and music filled his soul. He had a brilliant mind for technology and naturally excelled in computer programming. Tyler was in the process of planning his education in computer programming/game design. He could think in a way that made it possible for him to work with his hands and build something awesome from nothing. He knew how things worked mechanically and was always tinkering and creating. Tyler loved the thrill of adventure, was very impressive on rollerblades and couldn't wait until his next skydiving and skiing trips! He was truly a blessing to his family and friends. Tyler was loved beyond words and will be missed beyond measure.
Preceded in death by his "Nana" Anna Broussard, great grandfather George Duplant and a cousin, Kevin Keith Hall Jr.
Tyler Clark is survived by his parents, Crystal and James Broussard of Little Cypress, TX and Daniel Clark of Vidor, TX, two brothers, Ian Broussard of Little Cypress and Landon Clark of Spurger, TX. one sister Sierra Clark of Spurger, TX, grandparents; "MawMaw and PawPaw" Debra and Larry Gregory of Nederland, TX, Steve and Berta Clark of Marksville, LA and Pamela Barnes of Vidor, TX, great grandparents; Florrie Hebert of Nederland, TX, Anya Gregory of Groves, TX and Joy and Bill Clark of Marksville, LA.
Services to honor Tyler's life will be held at 10:00 AM on Monday, June 10, 2019 at North Orange Baptist Church with Rev. Chip Anthony officiating. Interment will follow at St. Mary's Cemetery. Family and friends will gather for a visitation from 5:00 to 8:00 PM on Sunday, June 9, 2019 at Dorman Funeral Home.
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