Died: Saturday Apr-06-2019
Funeral: Friday Apr-12-2019
Morrison Funeral Home
188 S. Hwy 24
Rupert, Idaho 83350
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Ryan D. King, age 39, died on Saturday, April 6th, 2019 in Burley, Idaho - a life cut too short. From his birth in Albuquerque, NM on September 25th, 1979 until his death, he was the ultimate fighter. He faced every challenge head-on, was incredibly strong-willed and could argue with the best of them. He loved playing with his nieces and nephews, listening to music, and was never afraid to make fun of himself just to get a laugh.
From a young age, Ryan was adventurous, charismatic, athletic, brilliant, quick-witted, and naturally artistic. He was first to attempt any trick on a bicycle, trampoline, or skateboard and has the scars to prove it.
Ryan had an endless hunger for information. He could be found watching cooking shows, the nature/history channel or reading a book; whether it be simple non-fiction or a complex book on psychology. Ryan was a wiz at all things electronic from video games to deconstructing his favorite toy to see how it worked.
Family members, friends, and others whose lives Ryan touched are invited to the Morrison Funeral Home, 188 South Highway 24 Rupert, Idaho on Friday, April 12, 2019 from 12-1:00 pm to reminisce, grieve, and support each other.
Condolences for Ryan King
From: Tyson Downs
I remember meeting Ryan for the first time. We were about 14 years old and he was the cool new kid from California that had great taste in rap music. I remember he introduced me to bone thugs n harmony…we use to try and rap to their songs. I failed, but Ryan pulled if off like a champ. I also remember taking him with us on our high adventure trip to Jackson Hole to go whitewater rafting. He was a city boy that fell in love with the outdoors…I could tell he just loved it!
He was such a smooth talker…I often think about him. My love and heart goes out to Bruce & Kayla and the rest of his family.
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