Tylar Allen Green, a.k.a. Poop Nugget of Nevada, Missouri, was born on August 14, 2003, in Springfield, Missouri, and placed in the loving arms of his parents, Misty Green and Raymond Green. He left this world at the age of 19 on September 12, 2022, surrounded by his family.
Tylar was a loving, caring soul who would drop anything to go help someone. He was always on the go hanging with friends, or at home chilling with his cat, Duchess, the sassiest, most loving Siamese you ever did meet. He loved archery, bowling, and watching old time westerns with his Aunt Lelia. Ray gave Tylar his love of baseball, and their love for the Cardinals lives on.
He loved helping his mother with the crazy kids she has while running her daycare. He graduated from Nevada High School on May 22, 2022. Tylar was a helper, someone who shouldered responsibility, and was always there for his friends and family. He didn’t get to live the life he wanted, but he made his life count. He has mutiple friends and family who loved, and still love, him dearly.
He lives on in the hearts of his mother, Misty Green (Deano Forrester) of Nevada, Missouri, his father, Ray Green (Billy Green) of Springfield, Missouri; his sisters Ashlea Dillard (Jeremiah Addler) of Rogersville, Missouri, and Annie Beach (Josh Beach) of Branson, Missouri; his brothers Kenneth Green of Springfield, Missouri and Nichalos Green of Nevada, Missouri; his nephews Axton Bateman and Christopher Addler; his nieces Moxxi Bateman and Calliope Forrester; his grandparents Tonya Mowan and Sherrie Griggs, and a slew of family and friends.
He is now living with his loved ones, Lelia Green, Bruce Green, Rita Wilson, Gary Forrester Sr. and more who will show him the ropes of his new adventure. We love you, Poop Nugget. Keep watch over us until we see you again.
Funeral service will be Monday, September 19, 2022 at 2 pm in Birch Funeral Home, Ash Grove, with burial to follow at Campground Cemetery. Visitation will be Sunday from 6 to 8 pm at the funeral home.
In lieu of flowers, we ask all donations be made to the funeral home to help pay for Tylar’s final resting place.