Dr. Tyler Plaxico of Wesley Glen Ministries Obituary – Death
Dr. Tyler Plaxico of Wesley Glen Ministries Obituary – Death : The death of Tyler Plaxico (former president and CEO of Wesley Glen Ministry) came as a shock to the Wesley Glen Ministries family, his family and friends.
He passed away on September 8, 2021 and this is such a sad time and moment of deep reflection for the family and loved ones he left behind. Dr. Plaxico joined Wesley Glen as the President and CEO in June of 2019 and he has been described as a gifted man who deeply for the residents and staff alike.
He was a minister to look up to and emulate and the ministry is especially hit by his untimely demise.
Cause of Tyler Plaxico’s death
The cause of Dr. Plaxico’s death has been confirmed to be Covid-19. Plaxico died after contracting the virus and losing the battle to it.
Tyler Plaxico’s Funeral arrangement
There is no news yet concerning funeral arrangements or visitation time. Nothing prepares a person for the loss of a loved one and so at a dire time like this, we extend our warmest condolences to the family of the deceased.
Tributes for Tyler Plaxico
The Wesley Gen Family, friends and loved ones have taken to their social media platforms to pour out their heartfelt condolences:
Patricia Beeber (chairwoman of the Wesley Glen Board of Trustees)
“We are heartbroken to learn of Tyler’s death. He was a gifted leader and man who led our ministry well and deeply cared for our residents. Our prayers go out to his daughters and family and our staff and residents as we grieve this tremendous loss. Dr. Plaxico joined Wesley Glen as the President and CEO in June of 2019.”
“If I were Satan, I would first attack the institution of the church. Causing churches to shut down and not meet or minister. Then I would begin to reduce the numbers in the army of the church, the pastors! Today we lost another minister of the Gospel.
Maybe it’s because I’m a pastor that I notice how many pastors have died from this plague. I know that people in all walks are being impacted and we may not be on the frontlines of this plague; like healthcare workers and first responders; however, we are most definitely on the spiritual front lines.
Pray for your pastor! We are praying for you!
RIP Tyler Plaxico”
I sure do pray for you and Shareon. You all are expected to go places that could be infected! Please wear your masks and keep your distances!! Love you guys, aitw