Tyson Reuben Bagley died October 14, 2019 just short of his 46th birthday. He was taken from us far too soon.
Tyson was creative and passionate. He loved being an uncle, loved doting on his nieces and nephews, and he expressed his love at every opportunity. He was a kid at heart. He had a magnetic personality, making friends wherever he went. He was a natural athlete and an avid sports fan – basketball, football, baseball, he could and would tell you how every team was playing that season. Tyson was an adventurer who surfed the waves of Hawaii and fished salmon in Alaska. He loved food – he loved all good food, and he loved food most with family, happy to help out in the kitchen, prepping and cleaning up after family meals. Tyson grew up in Portland, Oregon, moving to Phoenix 8 years ago to be closer to his family and to get a fresh start. Tyson battled addiction his entire adult life, and that addiction took him from us.
Tyson is survived by his parents Donna Hatfield and Royal Bagley, by his 7 siblings, his grandfather, many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and his beloved dog Deuce who are heartbroken by this loss.
Please join us on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at 10:30 AM for a Funeral Mass at Our Lady of Angels Church at Franciscan Renewal Center, 5802 East Lincoln Drive, Paradise Valley.
Please consider a donation to the https://thefingerprintsfoundation.org/ to assist in the cost of treatment for those who are continuing to battle with addiction. The only shame in the fight against addiction is indifference.
Connie and Richard
Our Condolences to the Bagley and Hatfield families. We are so sorry for your loss.
Jim & Nancy Woods and family
Sending our most heartfelt condolences to the family.
Sam and Shirley Rogers
Our condolences and prayers are with you and your family, Donna. May memories of good times with Tyson stay alive in your heart. Holding you in my heart, my dear friend!
Tyson was such a special, vibrant person. I am heartbroken for your family for this loss!
Many of us here in Portland have been thinking of Tyson here during the summer of our 30th high school reunion. Most of whom have only now discovered the great loss of this amazing man. Much love! And an affectionate “T-Bag” to you my old friend.