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Memorial Created By
Kelly Guzzetta

Jeffrey "Tyson" Arbuckle

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of our friend and colleague Tyson Arbuckle. He touched the lives of his coworkers on a daily basis and was loved by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. Tyson will be truly missed. Please share your stories, memories and photos of Tyson here. Thank...  see more

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  • Carrie Hawkins-Carter
    My first time meeting Tyson my uncle Delano introduced us and told him he better look out for me when I was on the units delivering medication. He always made sure I was okay and if I felt uncomfortable he would insure me that I was okay with him on the...  more
  • David Churchill
    The world is a better place knowing you were in it and left your mark. My deepest condolences and sympathy to your family and loved ones.
  • Margy Espinosa
    Sent on behalf of Christine Whalen

    "He came and stayed with us for a while. Then he left, leaving us and the hospital, better than the way he found us. Thank you Tyson, it was a very good shift."
  • Margy Espinosa
    Sent on behalf of Alvin T.

    "what a man, what a man, what a man, what a mighty, mighty good man. yes, he is" (circa 1968). i sadly found out thru aaron's texts. saying goodbye was too hard when i left snamhs, as i told breeze and a very select...  more
  • Riza Macasero
    Tyson..rest in peace..we will pray for you and for your whole family..you are surely going to be missed..our condolences to your whole family..you were and still are an excellent teacher for cpi class..have fun wherever you may be right now.
  • grace clay
    Tyson was truly a kind an helpful person...as I myself didn't work closely with him on a daily basis, the few times I did I felt safe when he was around....he truly touched the lives of his coworkers setting a good example of hard work I will remember...  more
  • John Salvador
    My first week working for the state, I had to take a C-part class, I just remember seeing Tyson walk in and looking so intimidating. But about 15 minutes into I realized he was a GENTLE GIANT. I also remember hanging out on RSU on Saturdays and talking...  more