February 1, 1991 - March 14, 2021
Tyler Hoyt Grubb, 30, of Woodstock passed away suddenly on Sunday, March 14th, 2021. Tyler’s family and friends are shocked and deeply heartbroken by his loss. He is being welcomed home by his grandmother, Betty Ann Grubb. Tyler was born on Friday, February 1, 1991 to Daniel Grubb and Pila Old in Brunswick, Maine. He was greeted into this world with a sister, Holly Grubb. He grew to call Norfolk, Virginia and Woodstock, Virginia his home. After graduating from Norview High School in 2011, Tyler took his passion to the Culinary Institute of Virginia with a focus of becoming an amazing chef. After his time at the Culinary Institute of Virginia, Tyler went on to work at several trendy restaurants in Norfolk, then brought that creativity up to Woodstock. His passion and talent impressed friends and customers alike. Tyler also known as Grubby or Grubby Wins dedicated a great amount of time towards gaming throughout his life. Anything from Xbox to his most recent love, Nintendo Switch. As friendly and hilarious as he was, this is where he made several lifelong friends from all over. Most of which he made sure to meet in person. Tyler met Jenna in Norfolk while attending C.I.V. They loved cooking together at home and at work especially for their friends and family. Always just wanting to put a smile on their face with their teamwork and skills. After a few years living in Norfolk, they decided to move back to Jenna’s hometown of Woodstock, Va. This is where Grubby’s family extended to four more brothers, Rodney, Brandon, Bryan, Nykolas and a sister, Jozie. He grew a personal bond with them individually and they were always looking forward to seeing him at every holiday or family event. Anyone who knew Grubby, knew he was the life of the party and you were always going to have a great time. He could not help but make friends everywhere he went, and he treated everyone as a close friend. He was always patient, caring, free-spirited, and had the biggest heart. He truly loved his friends and was always, always, ready to celebrate life with them. His family and a large group of friends will miss him more than words can say. The family and friends are having a small get-together at Box Office Brewery, Monday at 6 pm to share all their great stories and celebrate him.
Tyler Hoyt Grubb, 30, of Woodstock passed away suddenly on Sunday, March 14th, 2021. Tyler’s family and friends are shocked and deeply heartbroken by his loss. He is being welcomed home by his grandmother, Betty Ann Grubb. Tyler was born... View Obituary & Service Information
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