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OBITUARY

Ryan Daniel Juneau

September 28, 1990June 20, 2020
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Ryan Daniel Juneau, of Westlake passed away Saturday, June 20, 2020 due to an automobile accident. He was born in Lake Charles on September 28, 1990 to Daniel L. Juneau and Crystal Rider. He was a graduate of Westlake High School and took a heavy equipment course at ABC School in Westlake.

Ryan could be very compassionate and would give the shirt off his back if he thought someone needed it. He was a collector of vintage video games and consoles as well as vintage VHS cassettes. He enjoyed riding motorcycles and had a passion for firearms, target shooting and fishing. Ryan loved his family and will be greatly missed.

He leaves to cherish his memory his father, Daniel L. Juneau and wife Charlee of Westlake, LA; his mother, Crystal Rider of Lake Charles, LA; his sister, Amanda Ball of Lake Charles, LA; his children who were the loves of his life, Violet Rayne, Daniel Ryan and Taylor Rose; and his companion, Brittany Childs.

Other survivors include his paternal grandmother, Faye Juneau Drake and husband Tommy of Orange, TX; his paternal grandfather, Louis Juneau, Jr. of Moss Bluff; his maternal grandparents, Horace & Jeanette Rider of Lake Charles and his lifelong friend from childhood, Tyler Underwood of Westlake as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and all the friends he made over the years.

Ryan’s friends were an extension of his family and he was fiercely loyal to them. He met and kept many friends over the years.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, June 25, 2020 at Hixson Funeral Home of Westlake beginning at 10:00am until time of service. Services will be led by Hixson Celebrant, Jody Barrilleaux at Hixson Funeral Home of Westlake at 2:00pm. Burial will follow at New Ritchie Cemetery located at corner of Bellon Road and Delaney Road in Moss Bluff. Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.hixsonfuneralhomes.com.

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  • He leaves to cherish his memory his father, Daniel L. Juneau and wife Charlee of Westlake, LA; his mother, Crystal Rider of Lake Charles, LA; his sister, Amanda Ball of Lake Charles, LA; his children who were the loves of his life, Violet Rayne, Daniel Ryan and Taylor Rose; and his companion, Brittany Childs.


    Other survivors include his paternal grandmother, Faye Juneau Drake and husband Tommy of Orange, TX; his paternal grandfather, Louis Juneau, Jr. of Moss Bluff; his maternal grandparents, Horace & Jeanette Rider of Lake Charles and his lifelong friend from childhood, Tyler Underwood of Westlake as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and all the friends he made over the years.


    Ryan’s friends were an extension of his family and he was fiercely loyal to them. He met and kept many friends over the years.

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, June 25, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, June 25, 2020

Memories

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Jari Bass

June 25, 2020

I can't even think of the right words to say. We been so close for 15 years. I never thought I'd live in a world without you. I remember the first day we met in our matching paint splattered adidas. We been best frienemys ever since lol two skitzophranincs. Always skeptical of each other but at the end of the day we knew we could call each other for anything. I remember when I first started drinking and people would call you to come be too tall and take my keys. I'm glad you and Brittany stole tylers phone and me and Jordan invaded to see the baby. Im so thankful t have met Brittany and the baby. I spent one of my last days before I left with Daniel. He's absolutely wonderful. Momma Crystal I am so sorry for everything. I wish I could of held your hand today. I know how you parented us...and it always scared me lol I love yal so much. Mr Daniel I'm sorry about all the hell we raised and trouble we caused...kinda sorta lol we had a blast. On our midnight adventures with Cole Skinny dipping in my own mommas pool..... She didn't wanna know lol. I remember when you first got staff in the middle of drivers Ed and I stole the answers outta the principals office for you and you were so skeptical you didn't use them and failed lol had to retake it and used them that second time haha. You were one the best friend of my life for real. You Tyler Ricky Anthony Mike baby J lol I remember we worked at market basket together and the manager was on you about a spot you missed lol and you broke that broom and was like WHOS COMING WITH ME MANNNN!!!! &&Me Anthony Joey all quit that day. Today has been so hard. Being in rehab and not being there with your family after all the years n shit we done been threw but I prayed for them all day. And I sincerely tried to get there. I love you big headed punk. It's kinda cool having a gangsta guardian angel...and I'm jealous that your in thugs Mansion with pac and biggie smoking that grand daddy purpp Fly high rest easy. I love you.

Ricky Harris

June 25, 2020

I didn't know Ryan that well.We had only met a few months before his passing.I really enjoyed the times we did have and will really miss our conversations and adventures.We all loved you Ryan and you will be sorely missed my friend.

Linda Clark—Fonda

June 23, 2020

My deepest sympathy and prayers for the family

Skye Westbrook

June 23, 2020

I will always be proud to have been his sister. Even after all these years we managed to Keep in touch and always considered each other brother and sister. I’m going to miss his random phone calls checking on me asking me how I am doing. Going to his house and he would have on the old school rap tunes. He never changed and that’s what I always loved about him. He always looked out for me. Walking with him after school when we should have been doing our homework. Giggling to South Park on the tv. Trips to McDonald’s for him to get a hot and spicy! Every memory I have was always a good one. I’m going to miss him being here... but I know god had bigger plans. He will always be my brother and I’m so blessed to have ever been able to call him that. I’ll never forget him. I pray his family and friends find peace in his departure. Such a beautiful soul. Rip Ryan until we meet again.

Missie Guillory

June 23, 2020

So many memories flood my mind dear Ryan....your alarm clock! Every monday going off for school and you couldn't hear it ....and totally hated Monday's!! So proud when you graduated!!You and Skye following Ferrell around laughing so hard at him making up songs.....the first time your dad and i caught you with a girl in the house....more awkward for us than you!! Your first truck....you were so excited ....first time you got boxing gloves and your dad had to go hide ..to pretend you didn't actually punch so hard!! ...you grew up ....rest in peace sweet boy......i will treasure the memories now.......until we meet again..

Amber Westbrook

June 23, 2020

Ryan was my step brother for many years... everything said about him is true... he truly was an amazing little brother and just an all out amazing person... my heart goes out to his family ... mostly Mr.Daniel who I know must be heart broken by this.. I know how proud he was to have Ryan as his son... i love all of yall and I'm so very sorry that yall have to go through this.. if y'all need anything at all please don't hesitate to ask!! Ryan may you rest in peace I love you and will miss you ... watch over us in heaven baby brother!

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Biography

Ryan Daniel Juneau, of Westlake passed away Saturday, June 20, 2020 due to an automobile accident. He was born in Lake Charles on September 28, 1990 to Daniel L. Juneau and Crystal Rider. He was a graduate of Westlake High School and took a heavy equipment course at ABC School in Westlake.

Ryan could be very compassionate and would give the shirt off his back if he thought someone needed it. He was a collector of vintage video games and consoles as well as vintage VHS cassettes. He enjoyed riding motorcycles and had a passion for firearms, target shooting and fishing. Ryan loved his family and will be greatly missed.

He leaves to cherish his memory his father, Daniel L. Juneau and wife Charlee of Westlake, LA; his mother, Crystal Rider of Lake Charles, LA; his sister, Amanda Ball of Lake Charles, LA; his children who were the loves of his life, Violet Rayne, Daniel Ryan and Taylor Rose; and his companion, Brittany Childs.

Other survivors include his paternal grandmother, Faye Juneau Drake and husband Tommy of Orange, TX; his paternal grandfather, Louis Juneau, Jr. of Moss Bluff; his maternal grandparents, Horace & Jeanette Rider of Lake Charles and his lifelong friend from childhood, Tyler Underwood of Westlake as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and all the friends he made over the years.

Ryan’s friends were an extension of his family and he was fiercely loyal to them. He met and kept many friends over the years.

Visitation will be held on Thursday, June 25, 2020 at Hixson Funeral Home of Westlake beginning at 10:00am until time of service. Services will be led by Hixson Celebrant, Jody Barrilleaux at Hixson Funeral Home of Westlake at 2:00pm. Burial will follow at New Ritchie Cemetery located at corner of Bellon Road and Delaney Road in Moss Bluff. Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.hixsonfuneralhomes.com.