Tyler J. Rizol-7/10/13

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Tyler J. Rizol, age 20, of Harleysville and Lansdale died July 10 of injuries sustained in an auto accident on Schlosser Road in Harleysville.

Tyler was the son of James T. Rizol of Harleysville and Christine M. Bender Signore of Lansdale

Tyler graduated from Corpus Christi Elementary School in Upper Gwynedd and Lansdale Catholic High School, class of 2011.

He loved music and was an accomplished guitar player and enjoyed long boarding and fishing.

He was a member of Corpus Christi Catholic Church.

In addition to his parents, Tyler is survived by his sister Allison M. Rizol and his stepsister Lisa Borrelli and stepbrother Joseph Borrelli, all living at home and his paternal grandmother Jeanne Rizol of Lafayette Hill and maternal grandmother Marie Bender of Tucson, AZ. and his stepmother Carolyn M. Rizol of Harleysville. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather Thomas Rizol and maternal grandfather Edward  Bender, Sr.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend his Funeral Mass on Wednesday, July 17th at 11AM at Corpus Christi Church, 920 Sumneytown Pike, Lansdale, Pa. 19446 (in Upper Gwynedd Twp.) where the family will receive friends Wednesday from 9 to 10:45AM. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. For those desiring, in lieu of flowers memorial contributions to The Project Matters at www.theprojectmatters.org would be preferred.

Arrangements by Simcox-McIlvaine Funeral Home, Lansdale.

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2 thoughts on “Tyler J. Rizol-7/10/13

  1. My warmest thoughts and deepest prayers are with you, Christine and your daughter and family! It was a very special moment to meet you at the train station in Philadelphia. Hope you and Allison have some enjoyable time together on her spring break. Thank you for sharing your sorrow with me. My intention at mass today was for Tyler. My heart truly embraces your pain. I wish I could do something for you. I hope we meet again.
    Peace & Love,
    Jean Tomaine, Dickson City, PA

  2. One of our fondest memories of Tyler was listening to him play his guitar for our grandson while vacationing at the beach. A beautiful and lasting memory. He was a bright and talented young man who will live on in our hearts. With deepest sympathy,
    The Foering’s

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