MILES CITY, Mont. – Riley Marker, 17, of Miles City passed away on Saturday, July 31, 2021, at St. Vincent Hospital in Billings.
Riley was born on Dec. 28, 2003, in Broken Bow, Nebraska to Katie Moody. He spent the first couple years of his life in Mullen, Nebraska, and Alliance, Nebraska his family moved to Lusk, Wyoming where he spent most of his life.
Riley loved going on the boat fishing, hunting and playing video games. He could spend hours on end playing them. He was good at every video game he played. Riley would light up the room when he walked in, and his presence was known. If you were down, he would make sure to put a smile on your face. Riley was very caring with a heart of gold. He would put his pain aside to help someone in need. Riley enjoyed picking on his siblings, as well as the rest of the family. He moved to Miles City in April of 2021. He spent the summer in Bowman, North Dakota working at Next Door Pizza, and he loved it. Riley was happy to be living closer to his uncle so they could go fishing on weekends.
Riley was a great Son, Brother, Nephew, Grandson, Cousin and a great Friend. Riley was going to be a senior this year, his future plan was to be a graphic designer, he wanted to design Video Games.
Riley is survived by his parents, Rory and Katie Norberg, his siblings Renae, Ryan and Rachael of Lusk, Wyoming, his grandparents Wayne and Connie Moody of Lusk, Wyoming, Aunt Billie and her four kids Kiley, Rebecca, Priscilla and Michael Bruce of Belle Fourche South Dakota, Uncle Jay and Aunt Amanda Moody of Bowman North Dakota, as well as many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Riley was proceeded in death by his Grandparents Elvin and Elinor Moody, Alexander and Dorthey Russell, Chris Norberg, his Uncle Miles Bruce, Great Uncles and Great Aunts.
Services were held Friday, Aug. 6, 2021, at Washington Park in Lusk, Wyoming.