Ryan Lee Bulletts passed away suddenly due to an illness at his home on the Kaibab Paiute Indian reservation on January 28th, 2018.
Ryan was born on July 26th, 1979 in St. George, UT, the third son of Danny and Gail Bulletts, Jr. He attended Moccasin Elementary, Fredonia Middle school, and graduated from Fredonia High School. After high school Ryan completed welding school in Tulsa, OK.
Ryan loved watching wresting, playing Yu-Gi-Oh, hunting, fishing, basketball, and playing video games especially Street Fighter. Ryan was a traditional dancer and he sang with the Wolf Spring drum group as well as other drumgroup’s at social pow-wow’s.
Ryan was a great father to his two beautiful girls, Mia and Carlie. Mia loved when they would play video games together most notably the game Gears of War; she will be thinking of her dad when she celebrates her victory after she finishes the game.
Ryan was employed by the Kaibab Paiute Tribe in several departments. For the last few years he was employed at the Chevron Stagestop in Kanab, UT where he greeted everyone with a smile and was always joking around. Ryan was best remembered for his sense of humor, the sound of his laughter, and his smile.
Ryan is survived by his daughters Mia and Carlie Bulletts; his parents, Danny and Gail Bulletts, Jr; his brothers, Daniel (Susanna) Bulletts III, Charley Bulletts, Kevin Bulletts, and his sister Nicole Bulletts. Ryan leaves behind a very large family that includes numerous aunties, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. He is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents Dan and Crissy Bulletts, Sr., and his maternal grandparents Paul Hat and Laree Snow.
A traditional ceremony will be held at the Kaibab Paiute cry house on the Kaibab Paiute reservation on Wednesday, January 31st beginning at 5pm.
Funeral services will be held Thursday, February 1st at 10am in the same location. Burial will be following the services at the Kaibab Paiute cemetery under the direction of Mosdell Mortuary.