Harvey Lee Ryder September 22, 1934- April 28, 2019 In loving memory, the family of Harvey Lee Ryder announces with great sorrow his passing. Harvey passed away peacefully at his home in Reva, Virginia on Sunday, April 28, 2019, at the age of 84 with his children by his side. Harvey was a United States Army Veteran, he served in the 541st Engineer Company as a Bridge Specialist. After serving in the Army, Harvey spent many years as a heavy construction contractor with his own construction company in Culpeper Virginia, contributing to many community projects. Harvey is survived by his son Anthony Troy Ryder, daughter Teresa Ryder McIntosh, five grandchildren; Candice Lester Hilkert, Ray Lester, Kayla McIntosh, Douglas Ryder and McKenzie Ryder; three great children Daykota Thomas, Ryleigh Thomas and Paetyn Lester. A memorial service will be held for friends and extended family on Friday May 17, 2019 at 10 a.m. at the Culpeper National Cemetery (Old Section on East Evans Street) at shelter #1, with Pastor Jim Perry officiating. Flowers can be sent to National Cemetery shelter #1 or in lieu of flowers, the family would like to request any contributions be made in Mr. Ryder's name to Heartland Hospice 493 Blackwell Road #319, Warrenton, Virginia 20186-2639, phone number 540-349-3970. The family would like to express their deepest appreciation and gratitude to Mark Hicks, Heidi Jenkins, Angie Gahagen, Jane McKnight, Richard McIntosh and Heartland Hospice Staff for all of the dedication, love and care that was given to dad throughout the last years.

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