Ryan Schroeder Obituary, Death – Ryan P. Schroeder, who was 41 years old at the time of his passing on October 15, 2022, passed away without any discomfort while sleeping. Ryan Schroeder was born on March 17, 1981 in the city of St. Louis Park, Minnesota. He is the son of Rick and Denise (Boberg) Schroeder. Ryan’s three children, Lily, Mason, and Nolan, were the primary factors contributing to his feelings of pride and contentment. He put every ounce of his being into loving those who were important to him.

He was able to forge a special bond with each of his children, which was a major factor in the family’s overall accomplishments. One of Ryan’s favorite places to spend time was at the family cabin in Akeley, where he frequently engaged in activities such as fishing, hunting, and snowmobiling. He particularly enjoyed things that could be done outside, such as taking the dogs to the dog park, going hiking, camping, or gardening. Ryan was a good and generous person who had a strong desire to guide others through the difficulties of life. He was driven by this passion.

His children, Lily, Mason, and Nolan, as well as their mother, Kristal; his parents, Rick and Denise; his brother Christopher (and Jennifer); Emma, Dana, and Thielen; and a large number of aunts, uncles, and cousins are among those who are left behind after Ryan’s passing. Before he was born, both of his sets of grandparents—those on his mother’s side, Merlin and Donna Boberg, and on his father’s side, Kenneth and Betty Schroeder—had already passed away.

On Friday, October 28, beginning at 9:30 AM and continuing until 11:00 AM, a celebration of life will be held at McNearney-Schmidt Funeral and Cremation, which is located at 1220 3rd Avenue East in Shakopee, Minnesota (952-445-2755). On Friday, October 28, from 9:30 AM until 11:00 AM, there will be a time set aside for visitation. The interment will take place at the Pleasant View Memorial Garden in Burnsville, which was selected as the location. It is recommended that memorial contributions be made to either the National Multiple Sclerosis Society or the Children’s Minnesota Hospital-Minneapolis (hospital/cancer center), both of which are located in the city of Minneapolis.