Ryan Hornady

Ryan Brooks Hornady

Saturday, May 11th, 1985 - Tuesday, September 10th, 2019
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Ryan Brooks Hornady, 34, of Roanoke, passed away on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at his residence. Ryan was born on May 11, 1985 in Salem, Va. He was a 2003 graduate of Salem High School and later attended classes at New River Valley and Virginia Western Community Colleges. Ryan was an avid soccer player; playing with travel teams as well as Salem High. He loved music and was a talented guitar and keyboard player. Ryan had a gentle spirit and his sense of humor made him an enjoyable person to be around. He was known as a friend to all that met him, and he will be missed!
Preceding Ryan in death includes his father, James Brooks Hornady; paternal grandmother, Christine Hornady; and maternal grandmother, Wanda Mooty.
Family remaining to cherish his memory includes his mother, Donna St.Clair and husband David; sisters, Brittany Haddox and husband, Lewie, and Laura St.Clair; paternal grandfather, Jack Hornady; maternal grandfather, Don Mooty; uncles, Wallace Hornady and Greg Mooty; niece, Finley Haddox; and his loving dog, “Gonzo.”
In keeping with the family’s wishes, all services will be private. He will later be interred in the Raleigh Court Presbyterian Church Columbarium in Roanoke, Va.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Ryan’s memory may be made to Angels of Assisi, 415 Campbell Ave SW, Roanoke, VA 24016 .
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    Raleigh Court Presbyterian Church Columbarium
    1837 Grandin Rd SW
    Roanoke, VA 24015
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Doug Phares

Posted at 08:56am
I was so sorry and shocked to hear about Ryan's passing. Sorry we had lost touch over the years but I have lots of great memories of Ryan and his dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Robin kidd

Posted at 09:42am
I am so sorry to hear of Ryan's passing. I had not seen him in years, but he and my daughter Charly dated in high school and I remember him being over at the house. May God bless you with beautiful sweet memories.

Sherrill Cormany

Posted at 09:16am
My heart breaks. Ryan was such a sweet soul. Ryan, I miss seeing you and Gonzo out walking, and Gonzo pulling you to my porch to visit me. You will never be forgotten and I will hug Gonzo for you whenever I see him.

James Bearden lll

Posted at 06:52am
I’m very sorry for your loss. It’s hard to imagine that someone who is so young , full of life and enjoys the things they did, go to sleep in death. Especially when you have so much more to offer. No one in history, who is healthy, wants to die. God has put eternity in our hearts and he wants us to enjoy life forever. (Psalms 37:29). Gods purpose has not changed and soon we will be under his rulership with Jesus being king. His Kingdom will end the sufferings we face. No matter what tragedy’s we face today, God,Jehovah, (Psalms 83:18)can undo it and reunite our dear loved ones again. I’m really sorry for your loss. Words do bring comfort but the Bible heals our heart.

Dixie S Huff Posted at 02:49pm

I didn’t know you, but I know you were so loved . Rest In Peace

Janet Shaffer Posted at 01:40pm

I am so sorry about Ryan’s passing. My son , Chris, loved him like a brother. Ryan will be greatly missed by all! My heart goes out to his family and friends❤️ May God give you comfort and strength to make it through this.

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