‹ Return to Current Obituaries

Order Flowers now for guaranteed delivery before Ryan's visitation.


Ryan Thomas Sarver


Ryan Thomas Sarver, 29, of Grants Pass, Oregon, passed away on Wednesday, March 17, 2021.

Ryan was born on August 21, 1991, to Tina Waldron and Terry Sarver in Grants Pass, Oregon, where he grew up. When Ryan was young, he raced BMX for four years and even achieved #8 in the State of Oregon! He attended middle school at Fleming and high school at North Valley, where he made many close friends. He is described as always having a smile on his face and was willing to help anybody he met. Ryan had a passion for being in the mountains, riding dirt bikes, or just driving with no destination, simply finding appreciation of the scenery. In addition to the mountains, Ryan loved fishing, rock hunting, riding scooter, shooting guns, and especially loved spending time with his daughter, family, friends, and his inseparable canine companion, Myah.

Ryan is preceded in death by his great-grandparents, Frank and Lucile Walden, Hazel and Charles Branham, and Mary and Raymond Waldron Sr.; aunt, Tina Wheeling; cousin, Cambree Wheeling; and uncle, Willis Sarver Jr.

He is survived by his daughter, Rylan Sarver; mother and stepfather, Tina Waldron and Rick Peterson; father, Terry Sarver; brother and sister-in-law, Randy Sarver and Jen Bryant; nephew, Hunter Sarver; brother, Joseph Smoker; stepsiblings, Grant and Grace Peterson; grandparents, Kathy and Thomas Hagelberg, Shirley and Jerry Bertagnolli, and Raymond and Ruth Waldron; and many other aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends who all love him very much.

Ryan was loved deeply and will leave a lasting impact on the many people who miss him greatly.

To plant memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Ryan Sarver, please visit our flower store.



Guestbook

Ryan not a moment goes by that I don't think of you. I miss you so much son. I'm so lost and broken. You should be here. So much has happened. Until I get to hug and kiss you again. Love mom.

Tina Peterson Jul 7 2021 12:00 AM