Ryan A. Moyer, January 18, 1991 - November 11, 2020

Ryan A. Moyer
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Ryan Allen Moyer, loving son, grandson, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend (age 29) of Eau Claire, WI passed away peacefully surrounded by his loved ones.

Ryan was born on January 18th, 1991 at Luther Hospital in Eau Claire, WI to his parents Jeffery and Sarah Moyer.  Years later he gained a stepfather, James Skoug, when his mother remarried.

Ryan had a way to light up a room with his quick wit and great sense of humor. He could quote movies, word for word, and always left everyone laughing. He had a gift for those around him of non-stop laughter. He had a gentle heart full of joy. His big dimpled smile and blue eyes will be missed by all that knew him. 

Ryan graduated from North High School in 2009. He attended Winona University and UW-Stout for Golf Course Management. He worked at Wild Ridge/Mill Run Golf Courses, loving every minute. He loved the outdoors, as well as hunting and fishing. He had a passion for sports, especially golf and football.

Ryan is survived by his parents, Sarah Skoug and Jeff Moyer, stepfather Jim Skoug, siblings Trevor Moyer (Erika), Katrina, Anthony, Alicia (Steve), Andrew (Ashley), and Cassie. Also, he is survived by his beloved Aunt Jackie, Shannon Lindberg (Justin), and Toni (Clare), Uncle Kevin (Tina), Roy, and Gary (Jayne) beloved grandmother Jane Gotter, Grandparents Mark and Kerry Stanton, and many cousins, nieces, and nephews.

He is proceeded in death by his Great Grandparents, Elroy and Claudine Gotter, Great Grandparents Clifford and Delores Moyer, and Step Grandparents Lester and Ruth Skoug, Aunt Shannon Harrison and Cousin Dallas Harrison.

The loss is immeasurable, but so is the love left behind.

May the “Winds of Heaven” blow softly and whisper in your ear how much we love you, miss you, and wish you were here.

Due to the pandemic and the rising number of COVID cases, the family has made the difficult decision to postpone Ryan's celebration of life gathering.  The celebration of life service will be take place in the spring. 

Friends and family may offer condolences online at www.hulkefamilyfh.com. 

Hulke Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 3209 Rudolph Road, Eau Claire, WI 54701

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  1. Judy layde November 26, 2020

    I remember getting Ryan off the bus for his first day at preschool. What a sweet and adorable child. I knew from his family he grew up to be a great guy! I am so very sorry for your loss. May Ryan rest in the love and light of God.

  2. Desiree Shearman November 18, 2020

    I got to know Ryan through his great and loving older brother Trevor. Trevor always had nothing but good things to say about Ryan and when I met Ryan I knew why. Ryan's smile could light up any room and his kind heart touched many. To say he was a sweetheart is an understatement! My heart breaks for all of his loved ones.


    Sending all my love and prayers to all of Ryan's loved ones.

  3. Kelly Aardappel November 18, 2020

    I had the pleasure of working with Ryan at Mill Run and Wild Ridge. He and I were partners on many occasions on the golf course, beating up on the other workers.????
    I am so sorry for your tremendous loss. He was a great young man.

  4. Deidre A Gregory November 13, 2020

    Ryan was my non blood nephew and my heart is hurting but God must have needed him with him. I will always have my memories and all the laughs we had and that smile and dimples that could get him out of anything. I have faith he is watching over my GRANDBABIES. We love you and miss you until we meet again Ry keep an eye on all of us keep us in line.

  5. Rolf Van Houten November 12, 2020

    Ryan was a student of mine when he was in fifth grade. Every teacher had students they never forgot. Ryan is one of those. His smile was always present no matter what we did. His presence in my class was a gift to me and other students. I’m deeply grateful that I had the privilege of knowing Ryan.
    Your smile is embedded in my heart forever.
    Rest In Peace my friend.