In Memory of Bradley Ryan

Cemetery

Pine Glen Cemetery
Monday November 30, -0001
Monroe Street
Prescott WI, 54021

Visitation

Joy Lutheran Church
Saturday May 20, 2017
09:00 am - 11:00 am
1435 St. Croix Street
Prescott WI, 54021

Funeral Service

Joy Lutheran Church
Saturday May 20, 2017
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
1435 St. Croix Street
Prescott WI, 54021

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Bradley Leo Ryan, 60, of Prescott, WI, passed away Monday, May 15, 2017 at his home.
Brad was born May 21, 1956 in Red Wing, MN to Leo and Maxine (Larson) Ryan. He graduated from Goodhue High School in 1975, where he played football and wrestled. His love of sports continued throughout his life with the Minnesota Vikings being his favorite and attending all of his son Garrett’s games. Brad worked for Cannon Equipment for 25 years while also farming at home. More recently working at Bergquist, a Henkel Company, where many knew him as a warm hearted, generous man with a great sense of humor. Brad loved the outdoors, spending time vacationing on the lake, fishing, gardening, and enjoying the bon fire with his family and friends. Brad was a big fan of the casino and he and Deb enjoyed them often.
Brad is survived by his wife, Debbie Ryan; son Garrett Ryan; daughter, Carissa (Colin Brown) Jungk; his parents, Leo and Maxine Ryan; his six siblings, Vicky (Paul) Ryan, Pat (Jon) Roschen, Roger Ryan, Karolyn (Steve) Peterson, Barb (Rick) Evans, and Kathy Ryan; many nieces and nephews and his beloved cat, Minnie.
Services will be 11:00 am, Saturday, May 20, 2017, at Joy Lutheran Church in Prescott. Visitation for Brad will be 9:00 am until the time of service at the church.
Burial will be at Pine Glen Cemetery in Prescott.

Hill Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Prescott, WI is assisting the family with arrangements.

Bradley's Tribute Wall

Tributes (2):

  • Enjoyed working with Brad on lots of projects on Richard Leonards farm our father inlaw taking down trees cleaning the garage and especially the bon-fires

  • Deb we are so sorry for the loss of my cousin Brad, After I heard the sad news, I kept thinking of all the memories I had with Brad growing up. Playing softball in the front yard, shooting the BB guns at the Steers and Pigs till Leo caught us, riding the