It is with great sadness that the family of Ryan Michael Moses announces his passing on January 25, 2020.
Michael and Carla Moses, Ryan’s proud parents welcomed him into the world on August 18th, 1976 in Waterloo, Iowa. Ryan spent his childhood and teenage years in the Waterloo area. He was well loved by many and had many friends. He loved spending time skateboarding, fishing, hunting, and playing pool. He graduated from Cedar Falls High School in 1994.
Shortly after graduation Ryan made the decision to join the United States Air Force. He spent his years of service stationed at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonia, Texas. Ryan completed his surgical service apprenticeship and spent his remaining years in the Air Force working at Wilford Hall Medical Facility. He was awarded the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award, a National Defense Service Medal, and Air Force Training Ribbon during his time of service. Upon discharge from the Air Force Ryan relocated to Boise, Idaho.
After coming to Boise Ryan worked as an OR Technician for local hospitals and surgery centers. Ryan later changed career paths and began working as a medical sales representative. He later became co-owner/partner of a medical sales distribution company. Ryan co-managed sales representatives throughout several states.
Ryan considered becoming a dad his greatest accomplishment. Parker Ryan Michael Moses was born June 9th, 2002. Parker was the treasure of Ryan’s life. Ryan and Parker shared many wonderful moments together that will live on as precious memories. The most recent was a father and son trip to Seattle where they attended a Seahawks football game and a Mariners baseball game.
Ryan was happiest when he was giving to others. No holiday or special occasion was necessary for him to show his giving heart. Ryan remained a proud veteran. Ryan dreamed big for himself as well as those and causes he cared about. He spearheaded a fundraising gala to raise money for a Veteran’s organization. This event was a very successful event and benefited many veterans in need.
Ryan will be forever remembered by his son Parker Ryan and his mother Carla along with many others that knew and loved him.
Services will be held February 21, 2020 at Bowman Funeral Parlor located 10254 W. Carlton Bay Drive Garden City, Idaho 83714 at 12:00 pm. Committal services with Military Honors will follow at the Idaho State Veteran’s Cemetery.
“In the midst of all circumstances God’s grace, peace, and joy are there.”
Reverend Billy Graham