Ryan James Edgmon, 23, of Huntsville, passed away July 24, 2022, in Fayetteville, Ark.

Ryan was born on Jan. 4, 1999, to Bruce Edgmon and Kachina Wallace Edmisten in Fayetteville.

Ryan loved hunting, fishing, collecting coins, and working with leather. He was a member of the Missionary Baptist Church in Huntsville. He was a beloved son, grandson, brother, uncle, and friend. He was Uncle Bubba to Vivienne and loved playing and spending time with her. Ryan had an enormous heart and was passionate about helping others. Though he left this world far too soon, he left this world better for all who knew him.

Ryan was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Joe and Marie Wallace; and one aunt, Edith Diane Edgmon.

Ryan is survived by his mother, Kachina Wallace (Tom) Edmisten of Huntsville and his father Bruce (Edith) Edgmon of Mossville; two sisters, Nikki (Jacob who was more than a brother-in-law to Ryan) Littrell of Huntsville and Brooklyn Edmisten of Huntsville; his niece, Vivienne Littrell of Huntsville; five brothers, Kip (Susanna) Edgmon of El Dorado, Cameron Edmisten of Fayetteville, Jacob (Hadassah) Flippo of Harrison, Adam (Tabitha, Tyler, Brayden, Morgan, Adaleigh) Murray of Fayetteville and Sawyer Netherton of Mossville; his grandparents, Lawton and Betty Jean Edgmon of Mossville; his long-time love, Trinitey Barnes of Huntsville; his aunts and uncles, Carlotta (Tim) Whitley of Huntsville, Anita (Danny) Sampson of Houston, Texas, Lisa (Kevin) White of Houston, Texas, Damon (Michele) Wallace of Bella Vista, Lance (Shelley) Wallace of Seattle, Wash., Terry (Marsha) Edgmon of Mossville, Brad (Holly) Edgmon of Kingston; and a host of extended aunts and uncles; cousins and friends.

Funeral services were held Saturday, July 30, 2022, at Coffman Funeral Home in Jasper. Pastor Robert Huber and Damon Wallace officiated. 

Burial followed in Mossville Cemetery in Mossville.

Pallbearers were Arthur Tolbert, Wayne Ledbetter, Kip Edgmon, Dennis Edwards, Adam Murray and Cameron Edmisten.

Honorary pallbearers were Derek Edgmon, Brandon Harber, Jacob Littrell, Seith Rider, Sawyer Netherton and Lee Ford.