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Bill Eisenhour Funeral Home

8805 NE 23Rd Street, Oklahoma City, OK

OBITUARY

Ryan Trevor Child

March 23, 1988June 17, 2019
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Obituary for Ryan Trevor Child ~ Ryan was born March 23, 1988 in Oklahoma City, OK to Mark Trevor and Krisandra Kaye (Smith) Child. He passed away June 17, 2019. Ryan was a logistics specialist for Amazon and enjoyed playing his drums and skateboarding in his spare time. Ryan was an art enthusiast and loved music of all kinds. He was a wonderful son, brother and friend –he will be dearly missed by many. Preceding Ryan in death was his father, Mark Trevor Child, Grandfather Melvern “Smitty” Smith, Grandmother Delores Child, and his Grandfather Fred Child. He is survived by his parents, Krisandra and Stephen Warren of Jones, Oklahoma; brother, Branden Warren and his wife Bobbie of Colorado Springs, CO; sister, Heidi and husband Daniel McComb of Choctaw, OK; sister, Amanda Child and her partner Raevyn Satterwhite of Del City, OK; nephew, Zane McComb; nephew, Slater Warren; niece, Sammi Ray Stewart; niece, Zen Daves, nephew, Xander Daves; uncle Fred Child and wife Leah of Aledo, TX; uncle Michael Child and wife Maria of Richmond, TX; as well as many more family and friends to lengthy to list. The viewing will be held Saturday, June 22nd from 12pm-8pm and Sunday, June 23rd from 1pm-5pm. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm, Monday, June 24, 2019 at Bill Eisenhour Northeast Chapel, 8805 NE 23rd St., Oklahoma City, OK 73141. Interment will follow at Schwartz Cemetery in Moore, OK.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Mark Cobb, Active Pallbearer
  • Reynard Compton, Active Pallbearer
  • Erik Boyd, Active Pallbearer
  • Mike Child, Active Pallbearer
  • Fred Child, Active Pallbearer
  • Branden Warren, Active Pallbearer

Services

  • Funeral Service Monday, June 24, 2019
  • In State for Viewing Saturday, June 22, 2019
  • In State for Viewing Sunday, June 23, 2019

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Nicole Philen

July 16, 2019

Ryan and I were coworkers at Starbucks. My store would sometimes steal him away if we needed help (which was often). He always made the day fun and go by so fast. I’d never met a more hardworking person in my life.

He was always willing to give me a big hug, listen to my concerns about whatever I was fretting over and give me buckets of reassurance. I’ll miss his humor, hugs and wisdom.

Blessed be, Ryan. Until then.....

Brandon Sparks

June 23, 2019

Ryan was a very good friend to me I considered him a brother, I've known Ryan since day 1 of when Amazon first opened, it was honestly a pleasure to get to know such a caring friend which such a kind heart. He would always put others before himself. Rest in peace Ryan love ya brother.

Madison Mentz

June 22, 2019

I met Ryan in December 2018. I had just moved to Oklahoma for a job and knew absolutely no one. Once we crossed paths, my life was forever altered. Ryan was, without a doubt, the best partner a girl could ask for. He was the man who kept me grounded. He loved unconditionally.

He was ambitious, intelligent, articulate, honest, loyal, witty, thoughtful, and ridiculously handsome. He put others before himself without hesitation. His politeness and sincerity spoke volumes to his character. Whether he knew it or not, he touched the lives of countless people. That light in his eye and his infectious laugh brought life to any room he walked into. He was lighthearted and funny, and there was always a comedy special playing in the background. A favorite was, "I don't know who you think you are... you're not..."

Ryan was great for deep, philosophical and political conversations. He wasn't the judgmental type. He respected others' views and was always open to learn. I think anyone who has spent time around Ryan has learned a lot from him. He was willing to give so much of himself for his family and friends, while never expecting anything in return. He was anything but selfish and always wanted to help others succeed.

My fondest memory will always be slow dancing in my kitchen while he sang "Earth Angel". The last words we exchanged were, "I love you." This isn't just the loss of a boyfriend. It's the loss of a best friend. I don't know where I'd be without him. We are all so blessed to have had him in our lives.

Ryan, you made me a better person. I love you and I'll always be your Kitten. Sleep well, my love.

Demeshia Woodfork

June 21, 2019

I totally agree with my co-workers from Amazon. Ryan is going to be missed and Amazon will not be the same... I will always remember Ryan as a loyal and honest man. Ryan was alway about team work. I Love how Ryan didn’t look down on anyone, no matter who they were, and no matter the skin color a person had. Ryan was such a amazing team player and for that, I will miss you Ryan. Rest In Peace. To Ryan’s family, may our Heavenly Father give you peace and strength to caring on each day and know that Ryan’s spirit continues to live on. Much Love from the Amazon Family!

Lisa MaFadden-Johnson

June 21, 2019

I met Ryan aka Rhino as we called him at Amazon in Oct 2017. I just spoke to him on Saturday during sort. He always took the time to chat and ask how you are doing. He would say "just living the life" This breaks my heart, I would always encourage him to keep his head up with the many challenges that he faced. His humor was so needed, he will be greatly missed. Day 1! May his family find peace and comfort in these wonderful memories from those who loved and admired him. Rest well Rhino!

Candi Langley

June 20, 2019

There are so many stories I'm not sure wherd to even start at. Ryan you have always been my little bubba and always had he ability to make me laugh. I remember that day we were sitting at your mom's house and let's just say the window to one of the rooms got broken out with a shovel and we were able to get it replaced and fixed before momma Kristy made it back home. All these years and she just now found out. Lol. Gonna miss you so much little bro. RIP. Fly high my angel.

Gail Beggs

June 20, 2019

Ryan was my granddaughter's best friend in the world. They took care of each other & loved each other unconditionally, They spent quality time together and laughed a lot. I am so thankful that they had each other to lean on. It is going to be so hard for Kallie not to reach for the phone to call him and realize he is not there. Thank you Ryan for everything you did for her. You understood her like no other. Rest in peace sweet friend and we will see you on the other side.

Heather Arnhart

June 20, 2019

I met Ryan in November 2017. We worked together side by side many times until he went over to Logistics. He was always making me laugh. He is the kind of person that would not allow you to have a bad day. Many breaks were spent chatting with him and anyone could always count on a laugh and a good story! I miss you Ryan. Amazon will not be the same without you. I know Heaven is brighter with you there. Until we meet again my wonderful sweet friend. I love you

Thelma Smith

June 20, 2019

I was so saddened to see this . I was the bus driver at Luther for Mandy and Ryan . I've been doing this for 30 years , that's a lot of kids . Some you remember and Mandy and Ryan were two of those . I know he got antsy on the bus several times . What I remember though was his sense of humor , his obvious intelligence , he was just a kid you liked . He never got mad at you if you had to say something to him . I can see from the video he had a wide expansive family that loved him greatly , many friends , and always that great big smile . The last time I saw Ryan was in Edmond at Sprouts we shared a hug and a smile . I hope you know there are many people thinking of you and your loss right now . Mandy my heart to you sweet girl .

Erik Boyd

June 20, 2019

No one is perfect. We all have issues with something. He may have had his, but at the end of the day, he would always make sure that yours were taken care of if you allowed him to. That’s just how he was. I’m not going to pretend that I’m some angel, but, Ryan was closer to being one than I ever have been or probably will be. Nothing could stop this man from trying to do his best to just Get Through this life. He wouldn’t even stop himself. There’s even times where he considered trying. And you know what he did after? Went and made changes where they needed. That’s just how he was. Some of the best memories I’ll ever have, gave him in it. When I needed help even when he had nothing, he was there. That’s just how he was. He could be thinking of the most depressing thing ever and he would still put his feelings aside and try to help you in any way he could. That’s just how he was. A part of me may be gone but I’ll never forget one of the best people I had the pleasure to call a best friend. That’s just who he is.

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Biography

Ryan was born March 23, 1988 in Oklahoma City, OK to Mark Trevor and Krisandra Kaye (Smith) Child. He passed away June 17, 2019. Ryan was a logistics specialist for Amazon and enjoyed playing his drums and skateboarding in his spare time. Ryan was an art enthusiast and loved music of all kinds. He was a wonderful son, brother and friend –he will be dearly missed by many. Preceding Ryan in death was his father, Mark Trevor Child, Grandfather Melvern “Smitty” Smith, Grandmother Delores Child, and his Grandfather Fred Child.
He is survived by his parents, Krisandra and Stephen Warren of Jones, Oklahoma; brother, Branden Warren and his wife Bobbie of Colorado Springs, CO; sister, Heidi and husband Daniel McComb of Choctaw, OK; sister, Amanda Child and her partner Raevyn Satterwhite of Del City, OK; nephew, Zane McComb; nephew, Slater Warren; niece, Sammi Ray Stewart; niece, Zen Daves, nephew, Xander Daves; uncle Fred Child and wife Leah of Aledo, TX; uncle Michael Child and wife Maria of Richmond, TX; as well as many more family and friends to lengthy to list. The viewing will be held Saturday, June 22nd from 12pm-8pm and Sunday, June 23rd from 1pm-5pm. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm, Monday, June 24, 2019 at Bill Eisenhour Northeast Chapel, 8805 NE 23rd St., Oklahoma City, OK 73141. Interment will follow at Schwartz Cemetery in Moore, OK.