Tyran Martise Caulk, lovingly known to his family and friends as Ty, Caulk or Bub ascended into hisheavenly home on Saturday November 12, 2022, in Baltimore, MD where he lived for 20 years. He was42 years old.\nTy was born to Laura E. Garner and Maynard Caulk Sr. on November 1, 1980, in Chestertown, MD. Tywas educated in the public schools of New Castle County, Delaware and Kent County Maryland werehe played varsity football and basketball. Upon graduation from Kent County High school, he workedvarious jobs in Kent County Maryland such as Willards, Acme, Dixon Valve, Dade Behring andMcdonald’s before moving and making Baltimore, Maryland his home. He continued to work variousjobs and later graduated from medical billing school in 2013. In 2020, in the midst of the pandemic Tystarted his own power washing business, A Plus Power Washing LLC. His drive, motivation andconnection with people allowed him to obtain contracts with several local businesses. Ty’s true talentswere helping people and working with his hands. Ty loved his mother, Baltimore Ravens, traveling,taking his mother wherever she wanted to go which was anywhere from a pro sports game or to therodeo in Cowtown. Did I mention that he LOVED his mother? He enjoyed working on his cars as well ashis friends cars and motorcycles. Ty could cut your hair, fix your car, tell you about yourself while hewas fixing you something to eat and have you cracking up all at the same time. We can’t leave out thatTy also loved women, women and more women. Most of all he loved his friends and family with all ofhis heart and soul.\nTy is survived by his son Takai Caulk, mother, Laura E. Garner father Maynard Caulk Sr., brotherMaynard Caulk Jr. Niece Shania Caulk, Uncles James “Top” Garner Jr, Geary Caulk and Leon Reed, GreatAunts Lola Taylor, Paulette Williams, Darnell Green, Dorothy Wilson, Aunt Sandy Garner, Great UnclesSamuel Tiller and Gary Wilson. His close friend/cousin/brother Devrin Wiggins his daughter Devin and ahost of family and friends.\nTy was preceded in death by his brother Darnell Sylvester Johnson, maternal grand parents James andInez Garner, paternal grand parents George and Sydney Caulk and sister-in-law Catonya Caulk.Ty’s life of kindness, giving and generosity was a reflection of the love that he was raised with and thatsurrounded him throughout his life. He would always say “love is love”. May his love and memoriescontinue to comfort all that he came in contact with.