Tyvitta was a Granddaughter, Daughter, Mother.
Tyvitta lived life positively; her favorite saying was "Do what makes you happy, life is short." Her ability to see the positives was incredible because of the diversity she experienced in her early childhood. Tyvitta had an infectious smile and had a huge heart for helping others in their time of need. She loved people, but her greatest love was for her son, James Tyzeree. He was her life, the apple of her eye, and her hero. She put all of who she was into little James and was so proud of how intelligent he was.
Not only was she raising a son and working, but she was also attending MATC. Because of her desire to help others, Tyvitta was considering Counseling as a career. She had an entrepreneur desire, like that which runs on her dad’s side, and she was seeking to start her own restaurant or even a cook wagon.
Tyvitta also loved to Travel to different places with her family.
Despite her life of diversity she was an overcomer and rose up to elevate others. She became a very strong, beautiful, independent woman, mother, daughter, and friend of many. Someone with a heart larger than any could imagine. What a wonderful woman she became and was growing into.
She will be missed forever by her hero, James Tyzeree; father, Todd M. Dischler (fianceé Christina Stetzer); step-mother, Holly Dischler; mother, Gloria Jackson; siblings, Christain Dischler, Michael Dischler, Makaila Dischler, Abigal Rose Dischler, Tahesha Dischler, Todd Dischler, and Abigal Jackson; and her grandparents, Connie Butolph-Dischler and Duane Butolph.
In lieu of flowers, memorials are appreciated to be given to various women's shelters at a later date.
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