Ryan E. Goss
1969 - 2016
BORN
1969
DIED
2016
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Flanner Buchanan – Speedway
2950 N High School Rd
Indianapolis, IN
Ryan E Goss

46, of Indianapolis, died July 30, 2016. Ryan was born on December 23, 1969 in Ft. Wayne, IN. Ryan was a member of North Liberty Christian Church. Since the age of 15 he began to volunteer his time and talent at Little League. This grew into a passion as he became an admired IHSAA official for football, soccer, softball and wrestling. He traveled throughout the State for Regional games and our country for World Series games as an official. Ryan was also a stay at home dad where he found great joy and love being able to raise his two children.

Calling is scheduled for Ryan on Friday, August 05, 2016 at North Liberty Christian Church, 5429 North Lafayette Road Indianapolis, IN 46254 at 2 p.m., with calling from Noon to service time.

Ryan is survived by his wife Lucinda "Luci" (Weis) Goss their children Cooper Alan and Molly Marie Goss; his mother Mary K. Goss; his sister Lori Weis.

Burial will be in North Liberty Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be given to the Financial Center First Credit Union 5455 West 86th Street Indianapolis, IN 46268 for the Cooper and Molly Goss children's fund. Flanner and Buchanan-Speedway are handling arrangements. Online condolences and a video tribute to Ryan may be viewed www.flannerbuchanan.com



Published by The Indianapolis Star on Aug. 4, 2016.
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Aug
5
Calling hours
12:00p.m. - 2:00p.m.
North Liberty Christian Church
5429 North Lafayette Road, Indianapolis, IN
Aug
5
Service
2:00p.m.
North Liberty Christian Church
5429 North Lafayette Road, Indianapolis, IN
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I just learned of Ryan's passing and am truly sorry for your loss. I served with him on the Wildwood Homes Board of Directors and found him to be very dedicated, hard working and talented. I will keep Luci and the children in my prayers. Shelia C. Harris
August 18, 2016
I have had the privilege of knowing Ryan as a parent of 2 of my favorite students. He was a devoted father to Molly Cooper, and a super fan of his wife. My teaching career was more blessed having known Ryan. I will continue to pray for Luci and her precious children.
Melissa Sturgill
Teacher
August 3, 2016
Ryan- you will be greatly missed! I knew you while I was working at Associa. Seeing your smiling face almost everyday was wonderful. You were a very nice man and the world has lost a great soul. Rest in peace sir!
Mary Opsal
Coworker
August 3, 2016
Ryan, you were always so very kind & gentle. You cared deeply about many things to include your love officiating several sports. I had the unique honor and privilege in being one to coach, teach, and mentor you as a wrestling referee. Of all the wrestling officials that I've mentored, you were one of the most dedicated toward learning and improving. You deep drive and desire to continually improve in your officiating, I'm sure was indicative of all aspects in your life. I consider it an honor to have known you, and for you to consider me as a friend. I shall miss you Ryan.

In good sportsmanship,
Jeff McClane
Jeff McClane
Friend
August 3, 2016
Ryan was a person I was proud to know. He was always ready to help as an official and his contributions to youth sports were very much appreciated. Ryan will be missed by many!
Danny Gross
August 9, 2016
Condolences and Prayers to the family Ryan will be GREATLY MISSED!
Steven Ritenour
August 5, 2016
Thank you for being a professional, caring football crew member brother. We will miss you, Don Heichel-
Don Heichel
August 5, 2016
I worked with Ryan for a couple of years at Marsh in the early 90's. Everyone liked and respected him, he always had a smile, and encouraging word. He was a great guy to work with, he will be missed, my thoughts and prayers to Ryan's family, God Bless you.
Dan Chandler
August 4, 2016
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, Mary. I am deeply saddened to hear of Ryan's passing. My dad (Rex Lawrence) always had the utmost respect for Ryan and my brothers (Justin and Jake) and I will remember him.
Jessica (Lawrence) Hillberry
Friend
August 4, 2016
Ryan
You and your Mom Mary were so great to all of my kids and we remember you so fondly. Rex and I thought the world of your family. You will be missed.
My deepest sympathies,
Kathy Lawrence
Jessica Hillberry, Justin Lawrence and Jake Lawrence
August 4, 2016
I worked with Ryan at TPCC. He was funny and nice. My prayers with your family.
Chris Brown
August 3, 2016
Thanks for all of your volunteer work at our home owners association. Your friendship will be missed.
My deepest sympathies to you Luci.
Tim Lord
August 3, 2016
Ryan, you were always so very kind & gentle. You cared deeply about many things to include your love officiating several sports. I had the unique honor and privilege in being one to coach, teach, and mentor you as a wrestling referee. Of all the wrestling officials that I've mentored, you were one of the most dedicated toward learning and improving. You deep drive and desire to continually improve in your officiating, I'm sure was indicative of all aspects in your life. I consider it an honor to have known you, and for you to consider me as a friend. I shall miss you Ryan.

In good sportsmanship,
Jeff McClane
Jeff McClane
August 3, 2016
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