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Body of army ranger that saved son’s life returns home

Sgt. Ryan Kisrow’ body arrived back in Michiana earlier this week.

He died on Father’s Day weekend in Myrtle Beach South Carolina when his son got caught in a riptide and he went out to save him. Kisrow succeeded in saving his son’s life, handing him off to a lifeguard, but was not able to get out of the water himself. His body was returned home this week and was given a police escort to the funeral home in Osceola where his funeral will take place Tuesday.

After that, his body will be taken to Fort Bragg for a service there. He served 6 tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, joining the military after graduating from Penn High School.

He is survived by his wife, and three children.

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