Jaeda Celeste Riner

6 février 20011 septembre 2021

Jaeda Celeste Riner died on Tuesday, September 1, 2021, after a long fearless fight with MLD. She was 20 years old. Jaeda was born on February 6. From the moment she was born, her excitement filled the room. Everyone loved her instantly. Her fight with MLD was courageous as she danced her way through every obstacle it tried to throw. Even when she was at her toughest battle, she danced. She even still prioritized the happiness of friends who wanted to spend time with her and aimed to bring them absolute joy.

Jaeda was a Spotswood Blazer and graduated in 2019. She played for the Unified Basketball team and was a guest cheerleader for the school basketball team. While she enjoyed school events she most enjoyed making friends at school, singing in the car and was always dancing. She was known for wearing beautiful bows in her hair as she brought laughter and smiles to the room. Her hugs were legendary and life changing.

Jaeda is survived by her mother, Viviana Hogan, stepfathers, Patrick Hogan and René Ehlenfeldt. Her teacher, and best friend MaryKate Sullivan, brothers Jaxon and Samual Riner & Maverick Hogan, Sisters, Bella Ehlenfeldt and Frances Booz. Her paternal grandparents, Eugene & Linda Riner, maternal grandparents Mike & Barbara Walters, biological father, Chris Riner, along with many aunts, uncles and cousins.

They ask that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the MLD Foundation in Jaeda’s honor. Funeral services will be announced at a later date.

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Jaeda Celeste Riner


Bradley Meredith

15 septembre , 2021

To yet another child I once held as my own, I pray you are flying with the angels dear heart. So many smiles and so much laughter you brought to my soul. Every giggle was like a ray of immaculate sunshine into some not so good days. Remembered always, cherished forever, and eternally missed I will always love you.

Sandy Mawyer

15 septembre , 2021

Jaeda was like a ray of sunshine always greeting us with that great big smile. She certainly will be missed, but our love for her will carry on. She loved so many things and was happy with everything. I'm so sad her life had to end so soon, but God knows best. He
cradled her in his arms and took her home to have a renewed life with no more pain or sickness. Prayers to her entire family. Love & Miss u Jaeda Bug. From: Sandy & Alvin

Pamela Armentrout

3 septembre , 2021

Sorry to hear of Jaeda's passing. I had the pleasure to be able to meet and work with her during her time at East Rockingham High School. She was a joy to be around , her smile would brighten the room. She will be dearly missed by all that has had the pleasure of knowing her, I will cherish the memories that I was able to make with her .