Ryan W. Kinnan

Passed: July 19, 2023


Ryan W. Kinnan of Buckeye, Arizona passed away on July 19, 2023, at the age of 18. He was born on December 02, 2004, in Glendale, Arizona to William Kinnan and Sommer Randolph of Goodyear Arizona.

Ryan, just like his mom, was outgoing and made friends with people of all ages at all diverse levels and abilities of life. Ryan shared so many amazing traits from both his mom and dad that it helped him become successful in school, within his community and throughout his career experiences. The day Ryan became a big Brother was one of the happiest days of his life and could not be prouder to wear his BIG BROTHER shirt to show his friends. Ryan had a different and special bond with Ryker, Dustin, and Matthew that he cherished very much. Ryan was kind to others and had a genuine heart but the moment he walked into a room was when the party would start, with that handsome smile and those bright blue eyes it could stop any pretty girl’s heart (as Ryan would Say). He loved riding recreational vehicles and doing wheelies. He was talented in sports, extracurricular activities and working hard to become a mechanic. no matter near or far he loved both his Families very deep.

Ryan leaves behind his mother: Sommer Kinnan and brother Ryker Kinnan, father, and stepmother: Billy and Maeghan Kinnan, brother: Dustin Vose-Kinnan, and stepbrother: Matthew Kinser-Fuentes, his grandparents: Lorri and Randy Kinnan, Suzanne Smith, Bill and Edmonde Kinser and Craig Randolph, his uncles: Zachary Kinnan, Neal Randolph, and David Randolph and his aunt Ashlynn Randolph.” He also leaves behind a large extended family and friends. He is proceeded in death by his grandparents” Derrel Smith, Debra Bockmann, Gerald Bockmann, Betty and Neal Randolph, And Marth Rock to help guide him through the beloved gates of heaven.

Our lives are forever changed at his passing. His life, though short, made our world such a better place.

“When fear takes over, just get out and ride.” Ryan Kinnan

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10 responses to Ryan W. Kinnan

  1. Briza says:

    This is Beautiful❤️ life taken too soon. May he rest in paradise. Hugs Sommer prayers to you and family.

  2. Kim Heinz says:

    Ryan, Your EFHS family misses you. Your smile will always remain in our hearts.

  3. Before you were born, your grandma said to me “you will never know unconditional love until that very first touch” but she was wrong from the moment that dip stick turned pink, that’s the very moment I instantly began loving you. The love we’ve shared from before you were born has always been a special bond between a mother and son that could never be broken, that could never be measured or described in words and never be taken away from either of us. No matter near or far on earth or in heaven our bond and unconditional love has always be tied together as one.

    To my son who was taken from me way too soon as I may not understand why, I do know you will be with me again someday and until we meet again, I know that you will be watching over us and guiding us. I LOVE YOU MY FIRST-BORN SON MAY YOU REST IN PEACE AND KNOW THAT I AM WITH YOU ALWAYS LOVE YOUR MOM

  4. Linda Vogt says:

    Ryan, I don’t know you or have ever met you. I read your story and it made me cry. What a beautiful young man you where. I think about my sons and how much I love them and can’t imagine a world without them. May your family be comforted that you are at peace and left such a positive impact on those you loved and met in life. RIP young man.

  5. Cheryl says:

    Blessings for the memories of smiles and laughter and warm moments from the heart that will forever fill your soul… Big Angel Wings Hold You Now!

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