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Official Obituary of: Stephen “Tyler” Callaghan, 38, on August 9, 2023

Stephen “Tyler” Callaghan, 38, on August 9, 2023

Stephen “Tyler” Callaghan, 38, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, August 9, 2023 at his residence in Attleboro. He was the son of Patricia E. (Wood) Callaghan and William H. Callaghan of Plainville.

Tyler, as he was known to his friends and family was an ironworker with Local 7 in Boston and loved what he did for a living. He was an avid fisherman and loved spending time with his young son Kaiden.

Besides his parents, he is survived by his son Kaiden of Plainville and the late Jackson Tyler Callaghan who preceded him in death. He is also survived by his brother Michael P. Callaghan and his wife Kaitlin and his beloved nephews Ryan and Noah all of Pawtucket.

Friends and family are most kindly invited to attend visitation, at which time they may say their farewells to Tyler, on Tuesday, August 15, 2023 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM in the Sperry & McHoul Funeral Home, 15 Grove Street, North Attleboro. A prayer service will be held in the funeral home at the conclusion of the visitation at 7:00 PM. Interment at Mount Hope Cemetery and Arboretum in North Attleboro will be held privately at the convenience of the family.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Tyler’s name to Children’s Hospital of Boston at www.giving.childrens.org

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  • To the parents of Steven Tyler, I am so incredibly sorry for your loss! My name is Marcy Paiva. I became friends with your son when we worked together at Stop & shop. We were 16 years old. He was silly, was always laughing. He had a great personality. Your son was a good friend to me. I got into my car accident the day of my graduation. Your son ended up bringing me flowers to the next house I was living in. He was always very thoughtful and caring. We have continued to keep in touch throughout the years, keeping our friendship intact. I am aware that he had his inner demons, just like the rest of us. However I felt like he had been doing a great job on conquering them!  I am so proud of the pogress Callahan had been making! Like great choices on pain control after he got injured instead of opiates this time around. I’m grateful he was able to work things out to make things better with Lauren. I was so happy he was able to get on an even Keel with her. I thought that was amazing especially for the whole family dynamic! I felt he came so far with her and I’m grateful they could make that progress together before he passed. Your son was a good friend to me. I am grateful to have known him , I appreciate him, respected him and had love for him. Mom one time Callahan asked you to drop me off some edibles. I’m the one that lives across from the police station. He told me you were like Stephen the things you have me do!! He and I both got a chuckle out of that. Thank you so much for dropping those by, I appreciate that you did that very much so! I just wanted to let you guys know that you had a good kid who really loved you guys!  am so sorry for your loss in the pain. If you ever want to reach out to me, please do! My phone number is 508 5010 2090?

  • Dear Pat and Bill……..Had the pleasure in talking to Tyler about his love being an Iron worker for Local 7 in Boston. He impressed me as a fine young gent
    who loved to talk about family and reflections on his beloved grand father George Wood……..Please accept my deepest and heartfelt condolences on Tyler’s passing.

  • Ty, you will be missed! We will watch out for Kaiden and hope you are at peace
     and with Jackson! 
    Love you so much, A. Karen, U. Pat, Alena and Jim, Adam and Stasia ?

  • I’m so sorry ? my condolences 
    You were such a great friend of my Son Jason Ripley and and i became very fond of you 

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  1. I’m so sorry ? my condolences 
    You were such a great friend of my Son Jason Ripley and and i became very fond of you 

  2. Ty, you will be missed! We will watch out for Kaiden and hope you are at peace
     and with Jackson! 
    Love you so much, A. Karen, U. Pat, Alena and Jim, Adam and Stasia ?

  3. Dear Pat and Bill……..Had the pleasure in talking to Tyler about his love being an Iron worker for Local 7 in Boston. He impressed me as a fine young gent
    who loved to talk about family and reflections on his beloved grand father George Wood……..Please accept my deepest and heartfelt condolences on Tyler’s passing.

  4. To the parents of Steven Tyler, I am so incredibly sorry for your loss! My name is Marcy Paiva. I became friends with your son when we worked together at Stop & shop. We were 16 years old. He was silly, was always laughing. He had a great personality. Your son was a good friend to me. I got into my car accident the day of my graduation. Your son ended up bringing me flowers to the next house I was living in. He was always very thoughtful and caring. We have continued to keep in touch throughout the years, keeping our friendship intact. I am aware that he had his inner demons, just like the rest of us. However I felt like he had been doing a great job on conquering them!  I am so proud of the pogress Callahan had been making! Like great choices on pain control after he got injured instead of opiates this time around. I’m grateful he was able to work things out to make things better with Lauren. I was so happy he was able to get on an even Keel with her. I thought that was amazing especially for the whole family dynamic! I felt he came so far with her and I’m grateful they could make that progress together before he passed. Your son was a good friend to me. I am grateful to have known him , I appreciate him, respected him and had love for him. Mom one time Callahan asked you to drop me off some edibles. I’m the one that lives across from the police station. He told me you were like Stephen the things you have me do!! He and I both got a chuckle out of that. Thank you so much for dropping those by, I appreciate that you did that very much so! I just wanted to let you guys know that you had a good kid who really loved you guys!  am so sorry for your loss in the pain. If you ever want to reach out to me, please do! My phone number is 508 5010 2090?

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