Ryan S. Godley

January 2, 1994 - March 28, 2021

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Ryan S Godley

Jan 2, 1994-March 28, 2021

Our loving Ryan passed away unexpectedly on Sunday March 28th. He was a sports guru; loved Cincinnati Reds, Atlanta Falcons, and Ohio State. He enjoyed playing softball, golf and throwing darts. He was the Life of any Party, sarcastic, fun loving and very outgoing. He will be sorely missed.

Ryan is survived by his loving parents Nichole Sunderman and Jim Godley, his sisters Melissa Marie, Kelly Anne and his brother James Michael. He is also survived by his grandparents Jack and Sue Sunderman and grandmother Patricia Potts. His surviving aunts and uncles, Wendy (Jimmie), Lori (Doug), Jack Jr (Erin), Joe, David and Scott. He is survived by many great aunts and uncles, cousins and friends.

Ryan passed away on Sunday, March 28, 2021 at the age of 27.


Viewing will be held on Friday April 2, 2021 from 4-7 at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 6041 Hamilton Avenue, College Hill, Ohio 45224.



The Lanes - Mar 31, 2021
We are praying for everyone close to Ryan. He is a fantastic, charismatic friend whom I'll sorely miss. May his soul rest in eternal peace.
Kathy Hopkins - Mar 31, 2021
I got to know Ryan when he came to stay with his Dad for a while. He really wanted a change and to play ball with his Dad. I loved having him and he impressed me as such a charismatic young man and so very close to his Mom and friends at home. I’m happy for all the times I got to hang out with him and those times always revolved around baseball. He shared that love of the game with his Dad. The last time I saw him was when he came to Florida to play in a Father and Son game . It was so wonderful to see the excitement they shared. My heart is broken for him and what he was going through and for his devastated family and friends. It doesn’t seem real. He had so much left to do. He will be forever in my heart.
Dianne Sunderman - Mar 30, 2021
Uncle Mike and Aunt Di are so terribly sorry for your loss. Ryan was a fun. Funny. Outgoing young man who had so many endearing qualities. May the loving memories of those happy moments console you during this grief filled time. Peace.