Tyler Hall

Tyler Hall

February 26, 1977 - January 27, 2021

Tyler Hall

February 26, 1977 - January 27, 2021


On Wednesday, January 27, 2021, Tyler Hall loving son, father, brother and friend suddenly passed away at the age of 43. Tyler will be forever remembered by his mother Debbie Earp-Rubenstein, step-father Ron Rubenstein, by his father Thomas Hall, by his daughter Chelsie Hall, by his fiancé and best friend Jurina Christian her children Hunter and Chase, by his sister Krissy (Patrick) Curran, and by his niece Jayla Saylor-Curran. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents William (Wyatt) and Dorothy Earp, and his paternal grandfather Ned Hall. Tyler will also be remembered by grandmother Shirley Hall, aunts, uncles, extended family and dear friends.

Tyler had a dream of owning his own business, in 2009 he made that dream come true by starting T&A’s Mobile Welding, LLC.

A memorial service will be held in Baltimore, (Maryland) at a later date.

In lieu of flowers or donations please send cards with memories and/or pictures to his mother Debbie Earp-Rubenstein at 5904 Kenwood Avenue, Rosedale, MD 21237.

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3 responses to Tyler Hall

  1. I will truly miss Tyler, who I always called or referred to as TOMMY. He was my step-son, friend, and RAVENS fan buddy. With just about every Ravens game since he moved to Arizona, we watched the games together via phone chat or calls. To me, it made each game special having, someone to share each TD, each bad call, each win or loss, etc. I will miss this most with Tommy along with occasional calls just to see how things were going. I’d answer the phone, no “Hi” or “Hello” just Tommy saying, “Whatcha doin’?” He fulfilled one of his dreams of owning his own business. I know he will be missed by his Mom, Sister, and a lot of friends and family!! God be him – REST IN PEACE, MY FRIEND!!

  2. My Dear Son,
    You will always be my baby boy until the day ,I die. I miss you so much and there will always be a hole in my heart that you have always filled. I love you and can not wait until I see you again.

    1. Leslee T says:

      My deepest condolences to you and your family.. I met Tyler out here in Phoenix, AZ.. after grabbing a bite to eat a time.or two we found our love for the East Coast.. Baltimore BABY is what we always claimed as we watched a couple games.. Tyler, will always be that fun, loving, goofball… may he rest peacefully..

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