Tyrone F. Arrington, also known as “TT”, was welcomed into this world on July 7, 1991 in Stoughton, MA by his mother, Angela Arrington; his father, Tyrone Crafter Sr. and his best friend forever/born together twin sister, Ashley. Growing up in Brockton, MA, TT created many lasting memories with family and friends. He attended Brockton public schools and Westover Job Corps Center in Chicopee, MA where he achieved his high school diploma and took a liking to carpentry. On July 17, 2020 God gave Tyrone his wings and called him home to be with his maternal grandmother, Willie Mae Edwards and his sister, Chanele Arrington. They were waiting for him with open arms and full hearts.
TT could easily be identified by his beautiful smile, energetic laugh and raspy voice. He was sometimes compared to the rapper DMX because of his gritty tone. TT had the ability to lift everyone’s spirit and make you laugh with stories of his or someone else’s adventures. One of his many gifts was that he was a born storyteller. He could easily mimic what he had seen others do or say and was always ready to deliver a great one liner. He was definitely one of the most entertaining in the family. Even if he told a corny joke, he made it funny in his own way simply with his laugh. You were bound for some hysterical laughter just being around him. When TT wasn’t laughing and joking around, he liked to watch his favorite television shows “Walking Dead” or “Naked and Afraid” or his favorite movies “Deep Blue Sea” or “Biker Boyz”. Most of all, he loved his wife, his family, his children and he loved to listen to rap and trap music. You would often see TT in his favorite color which was red.
TT married the love of his life Ashley (Jordan-Gomez) Arrington in 2015 and together they were raising their children, daughters Dezaria Kavanaugh and Catalina Arrington and son Royce Arrington. He was a great father and loved his family. He enjoyed spending time with all of his children including sons Taeshawn Arrington of Bridgewater, and Jordan Peters and Aaron Arrington, both of Fall River. His spirit will forever live on in his children and he will be watching and guiding them as their guardian angel in Heaven.
TT will be forever loved and forever missed by his devoted mother Angela Arrington as well as his loving wife, Ashley, and his twin sister, Ashley and her son and his nephew, Carter Arrington. He will be endlessly remembered by his sister, Chauntaye Arrington, uncle and Godfather, Charles “Dan” Edwards; cousin and Godmother, Christine (Veiga) Williams; aunt Irma (Cookie)Veiga and her husband Wayne Veiga, Sr., uncles Timothy Edwards, Robert Edwards and Gregory Arrington; cousins Wayne Veiga, Jr., Mareyell Blass, Jakigh Marcelin, Donte Badgett, Charles “Mack” Edwards, Kaelyn Marcelin, Bronson Edwards, Jamie Jones, Malik Jones, MehkiJones and Arnell Badgett together with a army of other loving family members and friends.
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