Obituary of Ryan Hotte
Ryan Leo Hotte passed away suddenly at home in Lloydminster, Alberta, January 25th, 2022 at the age of 34 years.
Ryan grew up in Beaverlodge Alberta, a country boy with a Heart of Gold. Work brought him to Lloydminster and love made him stay, when he met by chance, the woman he wanted to spend his life with. He spent many years as a Truck Driver in Lloydminster, and when not working he could be found enjoying his many passions in life, whether it be time with family, a conversation with a stranger (though they never stayed that way for long), trucks, quadding, camping, fishing, walking his dogs, or endlessly tinkering in his garage on anything he could possibly break or get dirty.
Ryan was always quick with a kind word, smile, encouragement, or lending hand. He will be deeply missed by the many lives he touched in his all too brief time with us.
Ryan is survived by: his loving wife, Autumn Schonheiter; his parents, Richard (Kerry) Hotte and Donna (Larry) Hotte; brothers, Patrick (Chantalle) Hotte and Brian Ukrientz; grandmother, Berle Hotte; grandfather, Ben (Margot) Brown; father-in-law, Gordon Schonheiter; sisters-in-law, Lacey (Joe) Schonheiter and Brigetta (Morgan) Reed; brothers-in-law, Draven and Karsten Schonheiter; nieces and nephews, Haylie, Tasia, Zander, Zeddik, Zavyen and Ciarin; and numerous aunts, uncles and extended family.
Ryan is predeceased by: grandfather, Leo Hotte; grandmother, Nellie Brown; aunt, Cheryl Albert; uncle, Bobby Brown; brother, Sheldon Brown; and close family friend, Jean Bartsch.
“With every kind word, a heart is lifted,
With every smile, a wound is healed
With every day, love and happiness become real
With every memory, a powerful soul lives forever”
The Memorial Service for Ryan will be conducted from Travelodge Ballroom, Lloydminster, Alberta on Friday, February 11, 2022 at 1:00 PM. If you are unable to attend you may view the live streaming of the service which will be posted on McCaw Funeral Service website under Ryan's obituary at the time of the service.
Donations in Ryan’s memory can be made to the Lloydminster Men’s Shelter.
Ryan's memorial card can be viewed or downloaded from the link below.