Tyler Ray Franer, age 35, born October 6th, 1986, also known as no bake cookier hoarder, Pyro Lover, Rabbi Franer, and many other very inappropriate nicknames, passed away unexpectedly at home on September 4th, 2022.
Tyler was an HVAC technician by trade, and avid fisherman usually found wading in or on the shores of the local rivers. He’d talk to anyone like he had known them for decades. His sometimes crude and immoral humor was what made him “Tyler”. You never knew what he was going to say next.
Tyler was a lifelong Cleveland Browns & Cleveland Indians/(Guardians) fan. He could be found yelling at the TV watching a Browns game as well as offering advice on how to run the team. He respectfully requests six Cleveland Browns players as pallbearers so the Browns can let him down one last time.
Tyler leaves behind his wife Kim Franer, Kai, Aria, Orion and Jetta his fur babies. Kim was the love of his life. He called her the bread butter and cheese to his sizzling pan. Which is quite funny because he hated grilled cheese. Although they only got to spend a few weeks as husband and wife there was enough love, laughter, and Tabasco Slim Jim farts to last a lifetime. Tyler always told Kim that if he passed away before her that he would be waiting patiently for her because just like Brad Paisley said “I don’t mind waiting on a woman”.
His mom, Shirley Diehl. He loved his mom dearly and was fiercely loyal to her no bake cookies. He even advised his wife to not even attempt to make them because they would never come close to his moms.
His sister, Jackie Neth, brother in law CJ Neth, nieces Leanne Armstrong and Payten Neth. Tyler and Jackie were close growing up and he was so happy when she made him an uncle for the first time. He cherished every moment he got to spend with his nieces and nephews, and he thought it was the coolest thing in the world that his sister was married to a cop.
Brother, Adam Franer;
Brother, Brad (Annie) Salsbury and nephews Ben and Thomas. Although they weren’t biologically related they were a part of each other’s lives for so long they became brothers. Tyler cherished ever moment he got to spend with the Salsbury family. A few of the happiest days of his life were the days he found out he was going to be Uncle Tyler to Ben and Thomas
Special Friends Jon Squire, Lucas Hamman, and the rest of his family at Stevensons Heating and Air. He was so proud of himself the day he got the job there. He said it was a turning point in his life.
He also leaves behind through his marriage to Kim lots of brother/sister in-laws as well as lot of nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by Stepfather, Tim Hutton
Viewing will be held on Monday, September 12, 2022 from 11a.m.-1p.m. at Jackson Lytle & Lewis Life Celebration Center. Service will begin at 1p.m. with his beloved friend and brother, Brad Salsbury giving the eulogy. Burial will follow at Rose Hill Burial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Epilepsy Foundation, Attn: Donor Services Epilepsy Foundation, 3540 Crain Highway Suite 675. Condolences may be expressed to his family by visiting www.jacksonlytle.com.