Tyler Justin VanHammond, at the young age of 33 years old, passed away unexpectantly on December 1, 2022. Tyler was born on January 23, 1989, son of Tami Al-Ghetta (Purdy). Tyler attended Neenah High School where he met his future wife, Mandy Mcclement. The two wed on August 24, 2013. Tyler had three beautiful children: Trenton, Mackenzie, and Breanna. After High School Tyler dove right into the work force, working various odd jobs until he found his calling in concrete finishing. He took great pride in being a hard worker and being able to provide for his family.
Tyler really liked to laugh, have fun and be the center of attention. He cherished the times he spent with his children. Tyler had a passion for hunting and fishing and enjoyed watching the Packers and UFC fights. He was known for his supped-up car system where he pumped 80’s head banger music and gangster rap. Above all, Tyler was a family man dedicating his life to his wife and children. Tyler had a contagious smile and was loved by all who met him.
Tyler will be missed by his wife: Mandy Mcclement; his children: Breanna, Mackenzie, and Trenton; mother and step-father Tami and Anthony Al-Ghetta; brothers: Tanner Ater and Matthew VanHammond; step-siblings: Shane (Amanda) Al-Ghetta and Emilie (Arion) Yedinak; grandparents: David and Dianne Purdy: aunt: Amanda (Tom) Purdy; uncles: Todd (Stephanie) Purdy and Martin (Ann) VanHammond; mother-in-law: Tracy (Michael) Helmer; brother-in-law: Steven Ricketts; sister-in-law: Stephanie Baskett: as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. He was welcomed to Heaven by his grandma: Mary Purdy; paternal grandparents: Patricia and Dick VanHammond; and uncles: Thomas Walker and Mark Graham.
The celebration of life for Tyler will be held at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, at WICHMANN FUNERAL HOME, 1592 Oneida St. Menasha 54952. His visitation will take place from 4:00 pm until the time of service. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund will be established in Tyler’s name.
Tyler, ALWAYS remembered NEVER replaced.