Levi Edward Tysinger the 13 year old son of Aaron and Amber Tysinger passed away on March 2, 2023 as the result of an UTV accident.
Levi was born on April 16, 2009 and an eighth grade student at East Muskingum Middle School and a member of the Perry Merry Mixers 4-H Club. Levi loved to compete in the show ring. He has left a mark on many families in the show pig world by his willingness to always lend a helping hand and dig in and work hard to make a difference. If you didn’t find him in the hog barn you could be rest assured, he was enjoying time fishing or in the woods. He is loved by many and will be missed by all.
Those left behind to cherish memory are parents, Aaron and Amber Tysinger; sister, Lynnox Tysinger; grandparents, Terry and Debbie Tysinger; uncles, Matt (Deann) Tysinger and Joe (Holly) Schmidt; aunt, Heather (Matt) Dingey; cousins, Kaylee and Karsyn Dingey; grandmother, Melissa Schmidt; great grandmother, Carol (Hobart) Huff; numerous great uncles, aunts and cousins with many special friends and stock show families.
Levi was welcomed by his grandmother, LuAnn Tatman and grandfather, Joe Schmidt; great grandparents, George Thompson, Delmar & Clara Tysinger, Nelson and Virginia Stauch.
John 13:7- You may not know what I am doing now, but later you will know.
Please make memorial contributions in Levi’s name to ‘The Levi Tysinger Fund’ c/o Community Bank, 113 North 5th Street, Zanesville, Ohio 43701 or they can be dropped off at any Community Bank office.
A celebration of Levi’s life will be held at 1 PM on Sunday, March 26, 2023 at the Muskingum County Fairgrounds, Veterans Building, 1300 Pershing Road, Zanesville, Ohio.
Levi will be laid to rest in St. Paul Cemetery with a private family service. The Farus Funeral Home of New Concord is caring for the Tysinger family.
GOD MADE A STOCK KID.
He needed someone that would get up before school to feed, exercise and groom his show animals and do it all over again after school in the heat and cold and driving rain or blowing snow. God said he needed someone to set an example for other young people. It had to be someone that could change a flat when asked and knew how to back a trailer. -Paul Harvey