Ryan Lyman

7/9/2000 ~ 5/3/2019

LymanRyanCropRyan David Lyman, 18 of Ephraim, Utah, passed away in a tragic car accident on May 3, 2019 in Mt. Pleasant, Utah. Ryan was born July 9, 2000 to Mark David & Christina Ann Easter Lyman in Richfield, Utah.
Ryan lived life the way he wanted to. He was a fun loving and loyal friend. He loved the mountains and everything you can do in them, camping, fishing, hunting, shed hunting, mudding and jumping anything with wheels. Ryan loved working with his hands and fixing his chevy truck. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends and loved making them laugh. He was a one of a kind guy and will truly be missed by all that knew him.
Survived by his father Mark Lyman, Ephraim, UT; grandparent, Pam “Nana” Anderson, Ephraim, UT; brother, Nick Lyman, Ephraim, UT; aunts, Shauna (Brian) Allen, Spring City, UT; Kim Anderson, Sigurd, UT; uncles, Allen (Janette) Lyman, Ephraim, UT; D.A. Anderson, American Fork, UT; honorary siblings, KK and Coby Hazel, Markus Christensen, Braxten and Lilly Lund, Parker Hightower, Big Ry Muir and many extended family. Preceded in death by mother, Christina, sister, Rebecca Stubbs; papa, Glen Anderson, grandparents, Dave (Catherine) Lyman.
Funeral services will be held Thursday May 9, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. in the Ephraim LDS Chapel (450 N 200 W, Ephraim, UT) with a visitation from 10:30 – 12:30 prior to services at the church. Interment in the Ephraim Park Cemetery. Online condolences rasmussenmortuary.com

9 Responses to “Ryan Lyman”

  1. Deb Nash says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. My love and prayers for you and the family.

  2. Dan and Sherry Hodges says:

    Our sincere condolences for your loss. Your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. Maureen and Curt Lund says:

    May God wrap his arms around you and give you the comfort you need at this time! Our thoughts and prayers are with you!

  4. Anna Trafny and Chad Brewster says:

    We were heartbroken to hear about Ryan. He was such a fun loving and kind person to everyone he met! He was such a good friend to us in the short time we knew him. Please let us know if there’s anything your family needs.

  5. Kriss & John says:

    Dear Mark and Ryan’s family we are so devastated at the news of Ryan’s passing. Please know we will keep you all in our prayers. God be with you and your family.we love you

  6. teresa paul says:

    We are so sorry for your loss your family will be in our prayers

  7. Baylie Jones says:

    We are sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. -with love the Jones (Oldroyd) family

  8. Ken and Tina Carlson says:

    Mark, We are devastated to hear the news. Ryan was always a kind, thoughtful and respectful young man and he will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  9. Anonymous says:

    I hope the Lyman family and their friends will one day find comfort — losing a young child is so tragically unfair.

    Nobody deserves to get a phone call or a knock on the door notifying them of their loved one passing away from a preventable incident like a vehicle accident.

    All three of the young people lost one of their parents during their short mortal lives so they already felt the pain and heartbreak of a loss — an empty chair at the kitchen table during family events, holidays, or just coming home from school or work.

    I can’t stop thinking about how unfair it is for the relatively small communities of Sanpete county to lose three of their community members whose lives were only just beginning, but it wasn’t meant to be.