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Ty Page
May 30, 1958 – June 1, 2017

Hermosa Beach, California, native Ty Page, aka "Mr. Incredible," lost his fight to brain cancer at home on June 1 peacefully surrounded by family.

His nickname is only a small portion of the incredible man he was. He was a loving husband, a wonderful and loving father, a fun loving brother, an adoring son, and a friend and mentor to countless others.

Ty fought this battle with courage, grace, tenacity, dignity and unwavering faith in God. Not once during this journey did he murmur nor complain. He continued to share LOVE with everyone around him to the end.

Born and raised in front of the Redondo Breakwater in Hermosa Beach, California, Ty was a USA Champion surfer and a world-champion skateboarder, who was inducted in the Skateboard Hall of Fame in May 2016. He was a frontier of skateboarding in the 1960s and '70s and invented over 50 skateboard tricks that kids still do today!

Ty married his true soul mate and the love of his life, Jutien Liang, on May 6, 1995, and they were raising their three young sons in Park City. Ty was a painting contractor and loved meeting new people and sharing his love for Christ with all he met.

He is preceded in death by his father, Richard "Dick" Guy Page. He is survived by his wife, Jutien Page; his three children, 16-year-old Elias, 14-year-old Christian and 12-year-old Stephen Tyger ; his mother, Donna R. Page of Carlsbad, California; and siblings Randall Hill of Thailand, Brant Page of Hawaii, Greg (Lyndie) Page of New Zealand, Kim Page of Carlsbad and Joy Page (Mike Hunter) or Park City. He is also survived by many cousins and countless friends.

So many testimonies and stories have been shared on social media that exemplify just how much he was loved and how much he impacted other people's lives. He truly was incredible.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, June 10, at 2 p.m. at Mountain Life Church , 7375 N Silver Creek Road in Park City. As a request to Ty, please dress in bright colors and casual; Ty wants you to be comfortable!

A memorial fund has been established for those wishing to contribute. Please visit www.GoFundMe.com/TyPage.
Please contact Kregan Liang for additional details at [email protected].

The hole in our hearts is huge. Gone from this world way too young, but forever in our hearts.
Published in The Park Record from June 7 to June 14, 2017
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