On 3rd July 2020, Tyson Brummett tragically died in a plane crash. He was 35.
Keep on reading and discover Tyson’s wife, kids, and family. Also, read about his net worth, salary, and cause of death.
Cause Of Death: Plane Crash
The plane carrying Tyson Brummett and 4 other passengers crashed near Box Elder Peak in American Fork Canyon, Utah.
Upon the impact, all 5 died including Alex Blackhurst Ruegne, Elaine W. Blackhurst, and Douglas Robinson Blackhurst.
What’s more, a man with his 2 sons witnessed the plane — piloted by Tyson — spiral out of control and crash. He was also the one who called 911.
The Utah Department of Public Safety helicopter and Lone Peak Fire and Ambulance arrived at the scene. So did the sheriff’s office search and rescue team.
Tyson Brummett Wife, Kids, Married
No doubt, Tyson’s death saddened the world of baseball.
Tyson Brummett was survived by his wife Juliette Brummett. However, neither Tyson nor Juliette shared if they had a kid or kids.
Judging by Juliette’s social media posts, she and Tyson may have married before 2014.
Also, details concerning Tyson and Juliette’s dating history and wedding info remained aloof.
Michelle Money, Juliette’s friend, paid her respect via Instagram.
Tyson Brummett Net Worth, Stats, Job
At the 2007 MLB Draft, Tyson was Philadelphia Phillies’ 7th round pick.
Discussing his stats, Tyson spent 5 years in the Phillies’ minor league system. Sadly, he made only 1 appearance in the majors.
With Phillies’ Triple-A affiliate “Lehigh Valley IronPigs,” Tyson pitched 110 innings.
Tyson reportedly played baseball until 2014. Furthermore, his last team was the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Post-retirement, Tyson held a job at “Skullcandy Crushers”. He then worked at iContact.
In January 2020, Tyson commenced working as a certified flight instructor. No doubt, the earnings from the gig added to his reported $300 thousand net worth.
Tyson Brummett Family, Education, Height
Tyson Brummett was born on 15th August 1984.
Furthermore, Tyson hailed from Columbus, Mississippi. So did his family.
In the plane crash that led to Tyson’s death also took the lives of his aunt and uncle Elaine W. Blackhurst, and Douglas Robinson Blackhurst.
For education, Tyson attended Spanish Fork Highschool. He then studied Associate of Arts at Central Arizona College.
Moreover, Tyson enrolled at the University of California, Los Angeles. However, it remained unclear if he ever recieved a BA degree from there.
Tyson stood around 6 feet in height. Meanwhile, he weighed 183 pounds at one point.
Last modified: July 6, 2020