Connect with us


Police: 23 year old Tiffin man dies from drug overdose




TIFFIN, OH — According to the Tiffin Police Department, a 23-year-old Tiffin man died from a drug overdose on Monday.

About 5:15 PM Monday, a person at 37 Fostoria St. reported Tristan J. Schindler, a 23-year-old man, was not breathing, and the caller’s attempts to wake Schindler up were unsuccessful. Schindler reportedly lived at the residence.

Police said evidence of drug abuse was found in the room as well as suspected narcotics, which are pending further lab results and investigation.

The incident is still under investigation by authorities.

You can view Schindler’s obituary below:

Tristan was born on July 24, 1995, in Tiffin, to Joseph Schindler of Tiffin and Candice Hammer also of Tiffin.

Survivors include his parents, step-father, Doug Beindorf of Gibsonburg, step-mother, Lisa Schindler of Tiffin, a brother, Sebastian Schindler of Tiffin, two sisters, Kayla Schindler of Tiffin, Hunter Schindler of Bowling Green, a step-sister, Isabella Rodabaugh of Tiffin, maternal great-grandmother, Thelma Hammer of Fostoria, a niece, Arianna Jordan and nephew, Owen Bell.

Tristan worked at Taiho as a shipping clerk and was a member of the St. Mary’s Catholic Church. He enjoyed music, writing, fitness and was a former member of Bodyworks. Tristan was always working to be BOSS, “Built On Self Success”.

Tristan was preceded in death by his maternal great-grandfather, Owen Hammer and his paternal grandmother, Barb Schindler.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at 1:00 p.m., at the St. Mary’s Catholic Church with the Rev. Gary Walters officiating. There will be a private visitation held for the family. Burial will follow services on Saturday at St. Mary’s cemetery. The Engle-Shook Funeral Home & Crematory in Tiffin is assisting the family with their arrangements.

Memorial contributions may be made to the family in c/o the funeral home.

Never miss another story.

Get the latest news delivered to your inbox with the free News Briefing.

Sign Up