Ryan Michael Bodner
December 3, 1976 – June 22, 2021
Preceded in death by mother, Jean Marie Bodner. Survived by father, Stephen G. Bodner; brother, Chad M. Bodner (Kelly); nieces and nephews: Bailey, Dakota, Landon, and Graham.
The family will receive friends on Monday, June 28th from 5pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel with VIGIL SERVICE at 7pm. FUNERAL SERVICE: Tuesday, June 29th at 10:30am at the West Center Chapel. Interment: Resurrection Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to Siena/Francis House.
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When I think of Ryan, I think of laughter and that’s a good thing. Gone too soon.
Love you Bod. May you Rest In Peace my friend.
Everybody that spent time with Ryan understood, almost immediately, that he was a sweet, big hearted, genuine person with an unforgettable sense of humor. Ryan will certainly be missed but absolutely never forgotten. Miss ya Bods! Rest easy. Much love to his friends and family.
One of my fondest memories from high school was when Ryan and I were in the same biology class. I heard what sounded like chanting behind me and I turn around to see Ryan re-enacting the Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom “heart” scene on the frogs we were dissecting. He was always quick to laugh and to bring laughter to others; that moment still brings a smile to my face all these years later. Rest in peace Ryan and my deepest sympathies to his family and friends.
Steve and Family,
We are so sorry for your loss and we send our prayers, and profound sympathies. We are so sorry we can’t be with you at visitation or the Service, but we want you to know how much we love you and are praying for your peace and rest. God bless you!
Steve & Susan Offner
Ryan was a great friend while at Creighton in Omaha. I’ll always remember how happy, go lucky, he was!
So sorry to have heard the news this week. Thoughts & prayers to the entire Bodner family.
HFF, Dave Wenthold, Minneapolis, Minn.
One heck of a fisherman.
I’m just filled with laughter when I think of Bodner. He was always so positive and friendly and I really enjoyed my time with him at Creighton. My thoughts and prayers go out to the whole family. He will be missed. Love ya Ryan. Rest In Peace brother.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. It’s hard to lose a sibling. Sounds like he had a good heart and will be greatly missed.
Rip. Lots of fond memories my man.
Deepest sympathies, very sorry for your loss, gone too soon.
Steve, I am so sorry to hear of Ryan’s passing. I am sending prayers for strength and comfort to you and the family during the days ahead. My sincere condolences.
Steve, I am so sorry to hear of Ryan’s passing. Deepest sympathies to you and the family, and prayers for strength and comfort during the difficult days ahead.
How sad we were to learn of Ryan’s passing. We remember him only as a young boy, befriending our own sons, and allowing them to pester him and Chad without shooing them away. You are in our thoughts and prayers as we know how deeply your feel this loss. God Bless.
All my best wishes to the family. I loved him and your family completely.