Riley B. Meyer, age 20, of Belle Fourche, died Sunday, May 5, 2019 at his home from natural causes.
The funeral service will be held 10:30 am Friday, May 10th, 2019 at the United Methodist Church in Belle Fourche. Visitation will be held 5pm to 7pm Thursday at Leverington Funeral Home of the Northern Hills in Belle Fourche. Interment will take place in Pine Slope Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred.
Riley Brett Meyer was born March 20, 1999 in Rapid City, SD. He was the son of Brett and Stacey Meyer. Riley grew up in Belle Fourche and was a 2017 graduate of Belle Fourche High School. During his high school years, he worked at the Belle Fourche Country Club, Butte County Equipment and later on he worked at Safeway in Spearfish. In December of 2017 he started working for Ring Container in Belle Fourche.
Riley enjoyed playing golf and loved spending time at the Belle Fourche Country Club. He also enjoyed soccer, football, and basketball. Riley was a generous person and had a very loveable personality. He was kind and polite and adored by his family. He loved motorcycles, camping and fishing, and working on his car. He was greatly loved and he will be greatly missed by his family and friends.hp
Riley is survived by his parents, Brett and Stacey Meyer of Belle Fourche, sister, Brittney Meyer and his niece, Jade Barnes of Belle Fourche; paternal grandparents, Walt and Delilah Meyer of Belle Fourche; maternal grandmother, Linda (Tom) Prantner of Belle Fourche; maternal great grandmother, Betty (Stan) Bevier of Belle Fourche; aunts and uncles, Blaine (Carrie House) Meyer, Brian Meyer, Curt (Erica) Gerkin, Doug (Jackie) Gerkin, Patty (Craig) Saiz, all of Belle Fourche.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather, LeRoy Meyer.
Have you ever know a person
So kind, polite, and happy?
This boy was all of that
His parents named him Riley
Riley liked to golf and play football
sports of every kind
He loved his motorcycle most
He always enjoyed a fun time
He was a great friend, even with his sister
Not many sisters have that in a brother
They had a special bond, those two
It was the same for his father and mother
He brought joy into the world of many
Riley had a special touch
To know him was to love him
And to lose him hurts so much
One day at a time is all we can do
To survive this loss and pain
Riley, we love you, we miss you
Our lives will never be the same
~ Mark Leverington~
10:30 A.M. – Friday – May 10, 2019
United Methodist Church
Belle Fourche, South Dakota
Pastor Paul Howard
“Amazing Grace”, “Go Rest High on that Mountain”
“How Strong He Is”
Debra Leverington, DJ Tomac, Tom Wilt
Recessional Hymn – “In the Garden”
Judy Howard, pianist
Jason Barnes Reece Huber
Tate Gatzke Austin Mette
Dillon Giacometto Tate Olson
Bryan Hentkowski Walker Smith
Pine Slope Cemetery
Belle Fourche, South Dakota
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