OBITUARY

Ryan Lee Lytle

June 6, 1988September 26, 2020

Ryan Lee Lytle, 32 of Bremen passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, September 26th, 2020. A stranger to none, a friend to many. He was known to many for his love for adrenaline. He wanted to have fun! He always had a smile and if you weren’t smiling, you would be. He adores his dog Atlas, as well as his nieces and nephews. He truly was the best uncle. We can’t imagine our lives without him, but we are so thankful for our time we had with him. Our lives are richer because of him.

He is survived by his loving family, parents- William and Tammy (Newman) Lytle. Brother- Chris (Tarah) Lytle. Nieces and nephews- Eliana, Adalyn, Skylar and Greyson. Maternal Grandparents Ron and Vera Newman. Paternal grandparents- Kenneth and Robbye Lytle. Uncle Rod Newman, Aunt Kathy (Paul) Dober and Aunt Vickie (Ken) Bender. Cousins- Justin (Aeatrea) Bender, Corey Bender and Thaddeus Bender. Life long friend- Matt Smith. Special Cousin- Meagen Robberts; and many close extended family members.

Funeral Services will be held on Thursday, October 1st, 2020 at 11AM at the Victory Hill Church (4000 Coonpath Rd NW, Carroll, OH 43112). Friends and family may visit from 4PM-8PM on Wednesday at the church. Dignity Cremation is to take place through the HALTEMAN-FETT & DYER FUNERAL HOME.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, September 30, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, October 1, 2020

Memories

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Tammy Newman-Lytle

October 27, 2020

We, Ryan's family, thank you for your kind words. Thank you for loving and enriching Ryan's life. We were deeply moved by the outpouring of love from all of you. We will miss him so deeply, but will try every day to celebrate him instead of mourn him.

Megan Thimmes

September 29, 2020

We don’t have one specific memory that stands out, but rather, a collection of memories detailing Ryan’s zest for life, care for people, and ability to improve anyone’s mood within minutes. From cookouts and bonfires, shooting off fireworks, and sneaking in abandoned buildings when we had nothing better to do as teenagers, to having you as part of our wedding day... so many years of our lives included our friendship with you. The tears haven’t stopped flowing since we found out Saturday night. They probably won’t for a long time. The deep hole left in so many people’s hearts is just a testament to the person you are. We love you, Ryan. You will be missed tremendously by so many, but we will see you again.

Luke, Megan, and the 4 kiddos

Melissa (Downhour) Sanders-Iles Jim & Melissa (Missy) Iles

September 28, 2020

Bill &Tammy Lytle, The Lytle &Newman Family.. OUR Dear Friends & just like Family!
Our hearts are broken to hear of the loss of Ryan.
I saw him at Mom and Dad's fishing and my Mommy always watched out for him as being his Grandma... Vera..lol
I'm not sure I could handle what you guys are going through.
Pray to God we never have too.
We love you guys to pieces..
Hearts will broken for Chris, Tara, nieces and nephews.. and yes ...
Grandma and Grandpa Newman and Uncle Rodney.
We love you all just as Family !
Now is your time Buddy to be at peace I Know God will take care of you now.
May you all find comfort in God in knowing " God's got this".
An Angel in Heaven Ryan is waiting to keep you safe.

Suzanne Pope

September 28, 2020

Ryan,
Where do I start? I’ll start with I miss you, and how much of an amazing uncle you were and how loved you were! I loved all our time we spent together, all our laughs, jokes, and everything about you! I loved your energy and zest for life, how no matter what you always made me smile...without fail. I’ll think of you everyday my friend, I love you and I’ll be seeing you again one day. Thank you for all the joy you brought to so many lives, thanks for being you! 💙💔

Nick Conrad

September 28, 2020

Ryan I miss you. So so much

Ryan used to take me home from school. He got out earlier than I before I had a car and he’d wait in the parking lot and take me home in his big ass yeeyee truck lol. We were driving home one day and he looks at me dead in the face and say you know what I’m glad you’re part of this family man. Rusty is a good guy I’m glad he adopted you and brought you in.

My cousin was seriously the nicest person. With the greatest heart

Elizabeth Wadsworth

September 27, 2020

Ryan was a very special man. We met through Matt Smith and my daughter Chloe. I've only known him for a few years but he's something special! He will be missed by many people.. young and old.

Jesse Downhour

September 27, 2020

We all make good turns and bad turns, but this young man's good turns were 10 fold of any bad ones he made. I have some really good memories of good turns he made helping me in Ohio as well as in Florida. I never had to ask for his help either. I know he was loved and will really be missed.

Ryan Morgan

September 27, 2020

I grew up with Ryan, always staying with him and his family when we were little kids. We were always up to something too, mischief was kind of our thing. We hadn't seen each other in quite some time but started to reconnect because of a chance run in at a restaurant. We swapped old stories and laughed about our days as youth. He will be sorely missed, that infectious smile and can do attitude will always be remembered. We all will miss you Ryan!

Andy Fey

September 27, 2020

I’m heartbroken by this sad news. Ryan stood out as an energetic fireman during his interview at Pleasant Township Fire Department. He was always hanging around the FD and rarely missed a training. His smile and demeanor were infectious as was his excitement for the job. I’m saddened but thankful that I had the great opportunity to know him.
My sincerest condolences to his family for your loss. May you find peace.

Bill Moore

September 27, 2020

I'm blessed to have known Ryan and blessed to call him my friend. He was vibrant and always knew how to make everyone smile even when having a bad day. If anyone who was in Ryan's presence walked away from him upset or angry, it's because they didn't get a chance to talk to Ryan and they missed their opportunity to be blessed by him.
Ryan was younger than I by about 11 years and he taught me things even with him being younger. The world lost one of the best people I know.
I'm a better person for having known you Ryan and I was fortunate to have that opportunity.
I love ya dude
To Ryan's family:
I'm deeply saddened and I'm very sorry for your loss. He truly was loved by all.

FROM THE FAMILY

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