Ryan passed away on February 4, 2021 at the age of 40. Ryan was born February 27, 1980 in Murray, Utah to Monique and Duane Jay Severson. In his younger years, Ryan was an expert soccer player. Ryan had an amazing work ethic and was very dependable for his employers and for his children. Ryan was a Manager for Little Caesars for over 20 years and most recently was employed in the Electronics Dept. at Walmart. However, Ryan’s favorite profession was being a loving and devoted dad to his four beautiful children. Ryan loved the outdoors and enjoyed taking his family camping and hiking. Ryan’s other passion was gardening and watching things grow. He made delicious salsa. Ryan was the best older brother to Elden and Ben even as a young boy, while his mom worked. Ryan missed his brothers so much after they passed. The boys are all together again in heaven.
Alize (16) - “I love you Dad.”
Damion (15) - “My dad loved to be home and mess around with his boys. He would teach us new things everyday. He was always there to help with our homework. He never stopped loving us.”
Evan (12) - ”He was there to help us with our homework. He would make jokes and take us to Lagoon and have fun on the rides and when we were younger, he would play video games with us.”
William (6) - "I love you. You were the best Dad ever.” Love, William.
I love you with all my heart and I’m happy that you have finally found the peace that you deserve. I love you Sunshine, kiss your brothers for me. Love Mom!
Ryan is predeceased by his brothers Elden Jay Severson and Benjamin Fitzgerald Durrant.
Ryan is survived by his wife Michelle and children Alize (16), Damion (15), Evan (12), and William (6), parents Monique Severson, Duane Jay and Michelle Severson, grandparents Ross and Linda Delgado and Duane and Shirley Severson, parents in-law Glen and Sue Harrison and Laura and Ron Collins, along with many adored aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.
The family would like to thank his brother and sister-in-law Brad and Melissa Harrison who have been so wonderful in helping to care for his children.
Due to COVID-19, there will be a service at a later date. In lieu of flowers, if you can, please donate to https://gofund.me/96416ae0
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