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Bryce Jetson Reidinger

Silverdale, Washington

November 22, 2008

Age Military Rank Unit/Location
20 Marine L/Cpl

First Battalion, 5th Marines, C Company

Camp Pendleton, California

 

From The Kitsap Sun kitsapsun.com 11/26/09:
Bryce Reidinger of Silverdale

May 28, 1988 to Nov. 22, 2008

Veteran

Bryce Jetson Reidinger, 20, of Silverdale died Saturday, November 22, 2008, in Southern California. Bryce was serving as a Lance Corporal Infantryman in the United States Marine Corp with First Battalion, 5th Marines, C Company, of Camp Pendleton, CA. After a successful seven-month deployment with the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, he was scheduled to redeploy early next year.

Bryce was born on May 28, 1988 in Hoffman Estates, IL, the youngest child of Timothy and Heather Reidinger.

Relocating to Silverdale with his family in 1998, he attended Silver Ridge Elementary, Central Kitsap Junior High and graduated from Central Kitsap High School in 2006.

He loved electronics, stereo equipment, music and cars, having a complete knack of being able to take things apart and put them back together in working order with improvements.

He is survived by his mother, Heather Lawton Reidinger; two sisters, Arianne Mizuta of Seattle (Kevin), 1st Lt. Alea Reidinger of Camp Pendleton, CA; brother, Barrett; grandparents, Roy and Judith Lawton; and a large extended family. He is preceded in death by his father, Timothy David; and his grandparents, Jetson James and Mildred Reidinger of Paxinos, Pennsylvania.

He was proud to serve his country, following in the footsteps of his sister, a Marine; his father and uncle who served in the U.S. Navy; and grandfathers, both retired, U.S. Navy.

There will be a Catholic Mass at Jackson Park Chapel in Bremerton at 10 a.m. Saturday, November 29. He will be interred with Military Honors at Tahoma National Cemetery on Monday, 

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