Tyler “AEllia” Morin, of Broad Brook, passed from her earthly journey on Thursday, June 4, 2020 at the age of 28. Born on February 11, 1992 in Hartford, CT to William F. Morin, Jr and Tracey L. Nieroda, was a life-long resident of Broad Brook/East Windsor. Tyler attended The Metropolitan Learning Ctr., Bloomfield and Lincoln Tech, East Windsor. Tyler was kind hearted, had a brilliant mind, loved an educated conversation on any topic, was extremely mechanically inclined and had interests in history, auto mechanics, cars of all makes & models, leathercraft, chainmail, weapons of all sorts, witchcraft, astrology and astronomy. Tyler was an active proponent for the LGBTQ community and Germanic/Celtic Paganism.
Besides her parents, Tyler is survived by step-father Bryan Outlaw of Broad Brook, step-mother Ruth Arizaga of Homestead, FL, siblings; Nathan C. Morin of Miami, FL, Chelsea N. Morin of Broad Brook, CT, Allyson Outlaw and Adam Outlaw both of Granby, CT, Diego Valasquez and Carlos Valasquez both of Homestead, FL, grandparents Ruth & James Monroe of Enfield, CT and William F. Sr. and Tracey Morin of Enfield, CT, as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, and many, many friends including Veronica & James. Tyler was predeceased by a sister Abigayle E. Morin. There will be A Celebration of Tyler’s Life, for information contact the family. Browne Memorial Chapels, Enfield is assisting with Tyler’s arrangements.