Our angel, Tyler Davis -- an Angelman Syndrome success story 

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Ty was featured in the Commerce City Your Hub publication on May 11, 2006, publicizing the 2006 ASF Walk in Denver and explaining Angelman Syndrome. Link to Denver's 2016 ASF Walk registration page on the national Angelman Syndrome website.


Tyler was also featured on Denver's 9News prior to the 2005 debut of the ASF Walk in Denver.

Plus, he's been featured in the Commerce City Gateway -- link here.


Tyler will turn 18 on his next birthday (November 2018). 

Link to more photos on Facebook, plus Ty's new fundraising page:

Tyler's Facebook Page



Tyler Davis (center left) participates in the Opening Ceremony of his first Special Olympics Track Meet - May 14, 2011


Tyler runs to the finish by himself at the 2011 Angelman Walk in Denver.  Congratulations, Ty! Check out these videos:


Tyler with Family and Friends at the 2008 Angelman Walk finish line in Denver.

In 2002, Tyler Davis was diagnosed with Angelman Syndrome, a genetic disorder that you'll learn more about at this website or by using the links we provide on the "Web & E-mail Links" page. This website is about and for little Tyler. For those who delight in his large, captivating grin and bubbly personality. For those who want to see photos of his family, friends and special times as he grows up. And for those who want to understand more about his condition, Angelman Syndrome. Tyler was born in November 2000.

Tyler Davis Has a Facebook Fan Page -- Link To Become a Fan!

Also, Link to Videos of Ty, Family & Friends at Denver's 2008 Angelman Walk




Here's Tyler (and his team) at the 2017 Angelman Walk in Denver. 


Ty graduated from preschool in 2007, complete with cap and gown ceremony.   Congratulations, Ty!

This site updated 4/26/2017

E-mail Tyler's parents -- Clay and Stacey Davis
E-mail Maggie Holben, webmaster


Tyler finishing the 2013 Angelman Walk in Denver.



Tyler, much to the joy of family and friends, participated in Northglenn's Challenger Baseball program for special needs children during Summer 2007 (photo above) and did so again in 2008.  It is only due to the extensive therapy programs that Tyler's parents have arranged for him -- including the medically supervised ketogenic diet that helped control his seizures at a young age -- that Tyler is able to play baseball.  Ty's big brother Clay is also an avid baseball player -- in summer 2009, Clay and his Dad went with Clay's team to play in Cooperstown, NY.


Tyler with his big brother, Clay.
January 24, 2005


Tyler's 2007 portrait -- a family favorite.


Big Brother Clay's seventh grade photo - Sept 2009.


Clay - Fall 2013.


Tyler: "No one told me I couldn't do it!!"