Ryan Dunn's family held a private family memorial service Wednesday afternoon in a private funeral home in West Chester, Pennsylvania. It was attended by close friends and relatives led by Jackass co-star no show at their planned protest.who paid their respects to Ryan Dunn after a tragic death early Monday morning. Contrary to reports, the Wetboro Baptist Church was a
Dunn's close friendattended the memorial service, as did Knoxville’s wife Melissa, Margera’s parents. Bam Margera was emotional spoke to a local TV on Tuesday saying, "I've never lost anybody that I care about; he's my best friend."
According to MTV news, Ryan Dunn will be buried in his home state of Ohio. The DellaVecchia, Reilly, Smith and Boyd funeral home, will announced public memorial service in the near future.
Ryan Dunn's family requested that contributions from friends and fans to be sent to Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids, a foundation started in 1999 to raise money for children's charities.
Kings of Leon band who's on tour in London paid tribute to their close friend Ryan Dunn at their concert in London’s Hyde Park. Frontman Caleb Followill dedicated song Use Somebody to their pal saying: “This is for Ryan."
Police investigators have estimated that Dunn driving his Porsche 911 GT3 at speed of around 132 mph when collided a guardrail and hitting a tree around 2:30 a.m. Monday. The Porsche busted into flames when the police arrived the scene.
According to report, a blunt force and thermal trauma was the official causes of death for Dunn and his passenger, fellow Jackass crew member and Iraq war veteran Zachary Hartwell. Toxicology report also revealed that Dunn's blood alcohol level was 0.196, more than twice the 0.08 legal limit in Pennsylvania.