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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Skyler J. Tibbits
April 15, 1998 - February 5, 2020

Place of Birth: Sidney, Montana
Residence: Fairview, Montana
Age: 21

Skyler James Tibbits was born on April 15, 1998 in Sidney, MT. He departed this earth far too young at 21 on February 5, 2020 in Fairview, MT.
Skyler was born a twin one minute before "little" sister, Kaitlyn. That 60 seconds was very important to him, as he wouldn't let Kaitlyn celebrate their birthday until one minute after he started.
He was affectionately called Skyler Bear by his mom, who loved taking pictures of him as he was so photogenic! Being the "eldest" twin, he did everything for his sister. When he was around 3 years old he got into Grandma Deana's utensil drawer, grabbed spatulas and came out of the kitchen announcing "Butt Spankers for everybody"!
There was a natural ease about Skyler. He was an easy baby, a humorous toddler, played sports (running was his passion) and he was an amazing trumpet player. He surprised his mom with numerous solos during school concerts.
Skyler was very inquisitive, always tinkering on a project. He was a true motor head, working on vehicles, even when they seemed beyond repair.
In 2016, the fall after graduation Skyler met the love of his life, Micah Hurley. Skyler and Micah taught each other about love, with him gaining a second family with the Hurley's. They all embraced him and loved him as their own.
Skyler signed up for the Army National Guard completing basic at Fort Leonardwood in Missouri, returning before their first child, Owen Michael James, was born in July 2017. They welcomed their second son Noah Jared in July 2018.
Skyler was a good dad. The boys loved when he played "monster" and chased them around the house and also liked building Legos with them.
Aside from being a good dad, Skyler adored his little brother Wyatt, playing video games and Legos with him. He also had a special bond with his brother Gabe, sharing their humor with Dad jokes!
Skyler was employed by Warren Well Services, where he found lifelong friends with his employers and co-workers. They treated him like family.
Skyler will never truly be gone from the ones that had the privilege to know and be loved by him.
Skyler is survived by: his fiancé, Micah Hurley; his two sons, Owen and Noah; his parents, Julie (Harvey) Asbeck and Jeff Tibbits;, sister, Kaitlyn (Kade) Swisse; brothers, Wyatt and Gabe; maternal grandma, Deana Bauer; paternal grandparents, Jim and Linda Tibbits; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and his Hurley family.
He was preceded in death by: maternal Grandpa, Chet Bauer; Uncle, James Asbeck; Cousin, Ryan Chatterton; and his great grandparents.

Memorial Contribution
In lieu of the flowers the family has requested memorials to the made to: the Skyler Tibbits Memorial Fund, for his sons, at the Merchant Bank in Fairview, P.O. Box 465, Fairview, MT 59221.

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Chole Crosby Butler (Sidney, MT)
Feb 7, 2020
To the entire Tibbits family: I am very sorry for your loss. I pray Our Lord will comfort you during this time and always. God Bless.
John L Roth (Sidney, MT)
Feb 7, 2020
Jeff I am sorry for your loss.
Butch Renders (Fairview, Montana)
Feb 7, 2020
Tibbits family, I cannot image your sorrow, but I do feel your pain and pray for your peace. I am so very sorry.
Carol Damm (Billings, Montana)
Feb 8, 2020
Julie and family, my heartfelt prayers are with each of you, may your faith be strong and know he is at peace. Love to all
Verdon Tuttle & Linda Mikutis (Denver, Colorado)
Feb 8, 2020
Our hearts go out to all of the family of Skyler. May the Lord comfort you in this time. Condolences and Love.
Tim and Jean Vaira
Feb 8, 2020
We are so sorry for your lose of your son. May Christ Jesus surround you all with His loving arms and inner peace and comfort be with you always. Rest In Peace Skyler .
Sharon Olson (Sidney, MT)
Feb 9, 2020
Micah and family,
I am so, so sorry for the pain you are going through, at such a sad time in your life. Know that your family and friends are always here for you no matter what. We all love you. If you ever want to just get away for a little while, come see me. I love you!
Mama Sharon ????????
Sharon Smelser (Sidney, MT)
Feb 10, 2020
Loving words from us are meant to comfort and hold you close in thought and prayer, which is what I send to all of you. Our earthly love is important but more importantly, God loves you as He loved Skyler. I pray there is comfort for all knowing the peace of God in His grace, mercy and love which He sent through our Savior, Jesus, for Skyler and for all of us.
Dawn Bahls
Feb 11, 2020
Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers today and the many trying days ahead. So very sorry for your loss.
Staci Lange-Rice (Savage, MT)
Feb 11, 2020
My thoughts and prayers to Skyler's family and friends. My heart aches for all of you.
Feb 12, 2020
I am so sorry such a young life has ended too short, and so suddenly. My heartfelt prayers are with all his family & friends who loved him dearly. May he find peace at last, if that is what he was searching for. GOD BLESS YOU SKYLAR...
Jeans Armstrong (Glendo, Wyoming)
Feb 13, 2020
Julie, I am so sorry to hear about Skyler. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
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