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Ryan Burt Warner

September 24, 1979 — March 24, 2023

Ryan Burt Warner

Ryan Burt Warner returned to his Heavenly Father on March 24, 2023, surrounded by the love of his family and dear friends.

Ryan was born to John Earl Warner and Barbara Ann Brough on September 24, 1979 in Payson, Utah. He graduated from Juab High School in 1998 and went on to play football at Southern Utah University on an athletic scholarship. Ryan built a career in the Telephone Communications industry, spending the majority of his career working for Century Link.

One of Ryan’s greatest gifts in life was his ability to mentor and connect with other people. Ryan coached on many levels, from Little League, Junior High and High School. He spent many years as an assistant coach for Juab High School’s Wrestling and Football programs. He touched so many lives through coaching and he cherished the relationships he built through those years. He loved both the coaches he coached with and the kids he was able to mentor through sports. He was visited by so many of you over the past week and it meant the world to him and his family.

Ryan was blessed with a very tight knit and loyal group of friends, who he loved like family. He truly had the best friends a man could ask for. They were with him throughout his life to his very last breath, and we know that he will be there for theirs.

Ryan had the incredible opportunity to be a foster parent to Melvin Jensen, and he loved him so much. He married Crystal Aliece Boyd in 2007 and was blessed to gain a beautiful daughter Alexis Aliece Pack. Together, Ryan and Crystal had a son, Kyran Ryan Warner who was the greatest love and accomplishment of his life. Being Alexis and Kyran’s dad was the very best part of his life and he was so proud of them. Ryan also loved his many nieces and nephews like his own. He was their biggest supporter and always made them feel loved and special.

The family would like to thank Intermountain Hospice, Dr. Marc Jones and the staff at Central Valley Medical Center, and Dr. Gilroy for their amazing care of Ryan. They would also like to thank 12th Ward for compassionate service, Brace and Kay Carroll, Mike and Chad Anderson, and Anderson Funeral Home for their help in planning services. Thank you to every single person who has reached out to us and Ryan, sent food, flowers, cards, phone calls, paid visits, and been there to support the Warner Family. We love all of you and are blessed by having you in our lives.

Preceded in death by his father, John Earl Warner and his grandparents.

Survived by son, Kyran Ryan Warner; daughter, Alexis Aliece Pack; foster son, Melvin Jensen; mother, Barbara Warner; brothers, Robbie Warner (Tammy), Patrick (Jalena) Warner, sister, Michelle (Jeff) Davidson; many nieces and nephews, and close family friend Lisa (Steve) Hickerson.

A viewing will be at the Nephi LDS Stake Center, 351 North 100 West, Nephi, Utah Thursday, March 30 from 5:30-8 p.m. Funeral services will be at the Nephi LDS Stake Center, 351 North 100 West, Nephi, Utah on Friday, March 31 at 11 am with a viewing at 9:30 a.m. before the service.

The interment will be at Vine Bluff cemetery, 1200 North 400 East, Nephi, Utah.

The service will be livestreamed on the Anderson Funeral Home Facebook Page at the following link:
(The livestream video will appear when the service starts.)

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