Ryder Bradley, a 16-year-old youth hailing from Adelaide, passed away on August 21, 2023, as a result of a bike-car collision. A student at St. Peter’s College, he was widely admired for his prowess as an athlete, musician, and leader. Engaging in rugby, soccer, and guitar, he also held roles in the school council and debating team.
An ardent advocate for the environment and animals, he dedicated his time to volunteering at the local wildlife rescue center. Friends and family remember him as an amiable, humorous, intelligent, and daring individual who consistently radiated positivity with his ever-present smile. Ryder Bradley is survived by his parents, two sisters, and his faithful companion, Milo.
About Ryder Bradley:
Born on September 27, 2006, in Ottumwa, Iowa, Ryder was the child of Shane Patrick and Desiree Nicole Harbour Bradley. Prior to entering his junior year at Ottumwa High School, Ryder was employed at South Hy-Vee and attended services at the Bridge Church. Moreover, he was gearing up to commence his senior year.
A bright young mind, Ryder participated in honors-level courses and was a member of the program catering to gifted and exceptional students. During his younger years, he found joy in activities like bowling, computer assembly, fishing, and spending quality time with friends.
Numerous individuals who had the opportunity to interact with him prior to Ryder Bradley untimely death following a tragic ATV accident conveyed their affection and gratitude for him.
As Desiree, Ope, Jazz, and the rest of their family navigate through this profoundly sorrowful period, our thoughts and prayers are with them.
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