Ryder Grondine Death, Obituary -Ryder Thomas Grondine, age 20, a resident of Wilson, passed away due to a tragic and unforeseen event that took place on Saturday, December 17, 2022. His parents, Curtis Grondine and Tammy Peters, welcomed him into the world on September 26, 2002, in the city of Green Bay, which is located in the state of Wisconsin.
Ryder, who passed away, was a specialist Grondine 91B wheeled vehicle technician for the 107th Engineer Battalion’s Forward Support Company and the 107th Engineer Battalion’s Forward Support Company out of the Marquette area. Ryder was a member of the Grace Methodist Church in Norway, Michigan. He was also a member of the 107th Engineer Battalion’s Forward Support Company.
When we spoke with him, he was working at a company that specialized in welding and manufacturing called Superior Welding and Manufacturing. During his time at North Central School in Powers, he participated in both the school’s band and their robotics department, both of which he enjoyed doing. In 2020, he received his diploma from that school. During his time at the Camp Michigamme Science Camp, Ryder constructed a rocket, and he was able to get it into orbit around the earth.
Additionally, he enjoyed spending time with his family and friends when hunting, fishing, and camping. Fishing with his father was by far his son’s and son’s favorite activity. When he was younger, one of his favorite things to do was to get together with his relatives and ride dirt bikes, four-wheelers, and other off-road vehicles. As a result of the time that he spent assisting his brother Carter in cleaning his first deer, Ryder will always have a unique and cherished place in Carter’s heart.
Ryder was frequently spotted cruising around in his pride and joy, a 1967 Mustang that he affectionately referred to as Charlene. He wore his aviators and had his arm dangling out the passenger side window. When this is not the case While he was traveling from place to place, he entertained himself by learning to play the guitar and listening to country music.
All of the people who knew him will never forget his stunning blue eyes, his shy grin, and the kind nature of his heart. His family includes his mother Katherine White, his father Curtis (Charemie) Grondine, his brother Carter Grondine, who looked up to his older brother, his sister Natasha Willis, his uncles Mike (Klara) Grondine, Christopher Grondine, and Nathaniel White, his aunts Michelle (Rob) Sundquist and Amelia White, his grandfather Paul Moroni, his grandmother Irene White, and his grandfather Al (Patricia) White. He is survived