Adler, Reid C. May 30, 2000 - Jan 7, 2016 Age 15 years of Omaha. Reid or "Butter" or "Bud" as he was affectionately called had an incredibly big and caring heart. Reid was an amazing young man who lived life to the fullest and always made the people around him feel better through his infectious smile, funny and sometimes bad jokes, and quick wit. Reid was a freshman at Ralston High School and was active in football, basketball, and track. Reid was a good student with big dreams. Reid's passions were hanging out with his amazing friends, anything happening with the Ralston Rams, Husker Football and Tailgating in Tina, the Kansas City Chiefs, and he loved Blake Griffin and the LA Clippers. Although he loved his sisters, Jade and Kamille very much, he knew how to push their buttons to get a reaction from them. When Reid and his friends would get together it was not uncommon for 8-10 kids to be assembled, sometimes for days, to play video games, laugh and watch movies, or have a pick up game of basketball or football anywhere in the neighborhood. Reid was the kind of kid that made the people around him happy and gave a boost to their day. Reid loved his family and adored his pops and momma as he called them. If you knew Reid he was your friend and he will be missed by everyone that had the privilege to know him. Reid Christian Adler is a child of God. Preceded in death by grandfathers, Robert Schlachter and Edward Adler. Survived by parents, Dr. Mark and Joni Adler; sisters, Jade and Kamille Adler; grandmothers, Theresa Adler and Eilene (Ron) Saylor; aunts and uncles, Corey Schlachter, Amy (Dave) Halbert, Jeremy Adler; cousins, Elizabeth, Dominic, Nathan, Shelby, Haley, Madison and Tyler; many friends. Celebration of Reid's Life Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016, 11am, Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church, 7706 S. 96 St. LaVista, NE. VISITATION Monday, 4-8pm, Braman Mortuary, Southwest Chapel. In lieu of flowers, Memorials given to the family will be used in Reid's memory at a later date. BRAMAN MORTUARY Southwest Chapel 6505 S. 144 St. 402-895-3400 To leave a condolence, visit www.bramanmortuary.com
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