Tyler Edwin Schultz, age 31, of Rochester died Friday, April 1, 2022. The funeral will be Thursday, April 7, 2022 at 12:00pm at the First Presbyterian Church 512 3rd Street SW, Rochester, MN. Visitation will be held April 7,2022 two hours prior to the service. Arrangements for Tyler are being made through Ranfranz and Vine Funeral Home www.ranfranzandvinefh.com Tyler was born August 1, 1990 to Mark and Monica (Ferschweiler)Schultz. Tyler grew up in the Rochester area graduating from Century High School in 2009. He then went on to attend college briefly before finding his true passion and career as a foreman working for Bower's Carpet Installation Med City Inc. Tyler's passions include his faithful fur baby Remy Boy, hunting, fishing, golf, and spending time with his family and friends. Tyler enjoyed going on fishing trips up to lake Mille Lacs, but you could also find him hanging out on his deck drinking a nice cold Busch Light while grilling and losing spectacularly to Brianna at Yahtzee. Tyler knew how to make a grand entrance into any room with arms wide open for his amazing hugs, instantly putting a smile on your face. Tyler is survived by his mother Monica (Rob) Conant of WI. Father Mark Schultz of Rochester. His longtime girlfriend Brianna Miller of Rochester. Brother Brandon Ferschweiler of Rochester. Niece and Nephews Easton, Carson, and Peyton Ferschweiler. Sister Jackie (Jeffery) Daniel of AL. Niece Charlie Daniel. Grandfather Lynn Ferschweiler. Step Grandmother Sandy Conant-Kaump. Tyler is also survived by many aunts, uncles, and cousins. Tyler was preceded in death by grandmother Bette Ferschwieler, aunt Teresa (Teri) Harding, great aunt Barb Gardner, great grandma Barr, great grandma Fish, grandma Emma, Old aunt Carol, grandpa Floyd, Nita Stensrud, Cindy Stensrud, uncle (Phil) Buck, uncle Rudy, Rudy Berndt, Uncle Paul, Bob Conant, and Leon Kaump. Memorial donations in lieu of flowers may be made to the family and directed to Tyler's mom, Monica Conant 207 Jaden Dr., Milltown, WI 54858 to help pay for the funeral expenses. *Masks are required at First Presbyterian Church.