Tyler Alan Fry

Published on May 17, 2021 Visit Funeral Home Website

Tyler Alan Fry, 26, of Denver, passed away Saturday, May 15, 2021 unexpectedly after sustaining injuries from a motorcycle accident. Born in Lancaster, Tyler was the son of Melissa (Schlott) Miller, wife of Drew Miller of Mohnton and Matthew Fry, husband of Steffanie (Kleinfelter) Fry of Denver.

Tyler was a graduate of Cocalico High School, class of 2013. He was an arborist at Wolf Tree Specialists of Fleetwood where in true Tyler-style, always up for a challenge, he became their lead climber. Prior, he had worked in tree cutting and tree removal on his own. Tyler’s passion for bikes started young, growing up he loved BMXing. He was a motorcycle race enthusiast to say the least; he lived to go to the track! He raced at tracks all over the country, his favorite was Palmer Motorsports Park in Palmer, MA. Tyler loved his race family at Evolve GT Track Days and was so proud to recently receive a certificate for Advance Pump. Tyler enjoyed having the support of his race partner and best friend, Rachel Yoder, on and off the track, they were always working on their bikes together. He was a glass-half-full kind of guy; he could always see the silver lining even in the worst circumstances. He hugged everyone, even if you didn’t want to be hugged. Tyler was an artist, designing his own line of pendants and jewelry called Apex Creations. He loved his family and was the best brother, he was fun and protective. He loved to dance and was a great cook. Tyler will forever be remembered for his big heart and his contagious smile.

In addition to his parents, Tyler is survived by, three sisters, Ashley Fry, Katie Fry, & Sara Fry; grandparents, Lonnie & Victoria Schlott, Cathy & Michael Kulp, Alan & Monica Fry, Janice & Kerry Palsgrove, Steven & Margaret Miller, and Dave & Sheri Wolfinger; as well as many loving aunts, uncles, and cousins.

A viewing will be held Mon., May 24th from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Good Sipler Funeral & Cremation Centre, Inc. 34 -38 N. Reamstown Rd., Reamstown (Stevens), Pa. (Please dress casually.) Additional life celebrations including a memorial motorcycle ride will be announced later.

A memorial scholarship, in honor of Tyler, will be set up and revealed at a coming celebration event. In lieu of flowers, contributions are appreciated to begin funding the scholarship at www.gofundme.com/f/tyler-a-fry-memorial-scholarship-for-young-riders.