Ryan Letcher Obituary, Death – Letcher, who had formerly lived in Cross Plains, passed away early on the morning of January 1, 2021. Jim and Jean Letcher welcomed their son into the world on December 26, 1968, in the city of Madison, at St. Mary’s Hospital. He received his high school education from Middleton. Roofing, deck construction, and painting were among Letcher’s other jobs. He had a deep passion for automobiles and driving. He was always trying to make other people laugh and had a huge heart, so he joked around a lot. Letcher was a hilariously witty individual. Family and close friends were very important to him. He never failed to remember someone because he had an incredible memory and could recall important dates like birthdays and special celebrations.
He never lacked the courage to tell you that he loved you. His brother and sister were the people he considered to be his closest pals. Letcher had a passion for athletics, especially the Seattle Seahawks and Russell Wilson. He was a devoted Wisconsin Badgers supporter. He enjoyed his family get-togethers, bowling, shooting pool, and most of all, spending time with his Jackson.
He comforted the family by attending the funerals of all of the deceased. He was always willing to lend a hand. Erin has been battling three different types of throat cancer as well as bone cancer in his hip for a number of years. Because he was so big, he always appeared to be powerful, and of course, he never desired to look any other way than he did.
Letcher is survived by his five sons, James, Brett, Travis, Jackson, and Braiden; his parents, Jim and Jean Letcher; his brother, Eric (Suzette); his sister, Erika (Pat Loy); his nieces, Tawny (Matt) Stammen and Hannah Sultze; his nephew, Dan Sultze; his four grandchildren; and his aunts, uncles, cousins, and a great number of other relatives and friends. His five uncles, two sets of grandparents, and a cousin all passed away before him. He was the last of his family.