TyRese Barnett Bey Death, Obituary – On July 10, 2023, our brilliant and lovely light, also known as our son TyRese Casimir Barnett Bey, passed away peacefully in his sleep, in our home, in his bed. This event caused the world to become a little bit darker than it had been previously. We are gradually emancipating ourselves from our cocoon in order to confront the reality that the world became a little bit more sinister on that day.
TyRese was a happy and jovial person all the time. He was sincere in his statements. He was an extremely knowledgeable individual. He was the quintessential example of an idiot. He possessed a keen intellect. He presented himself in a really impressive manner. He was intelligent. He had a creative spirit within him.
In whatever he did, he put in a lot of effort. He possessed a great deal of physical might. He was one of a kind in his own special manner. He exhibited a kind nature. He possessed a heart full of compassion. My very first experience with parenthood was with him.
Because he is no longer with us, each and every member of our family and each and every one of his friends are having a difficult time comprehending how or why something like this could occur. It was always the plan for him to be here with us throughout all of eternity and to take care of us when we get older.
There is no evidence that TyRese was involved in any form of shady behavior. He counted himself quite lucky to have a job that he delighted in doing. He was not affected in any way by the consumption of any drugs or other substances.
He took a lot of satisfaction in the fact that he was able to keep up a respectable moral standing. He exerted a great deal of effort at work (and also in his personal time) on a daily basis. We had no reason to believe otherwise, but all indications pointed to him being strong and healthy. This came up very unexpectedly.
The news of his demise had a significant impact on all of us, and we are putting out concerted attempts to move past our grief. Baby, we hope that you are able to get some rest.