Erin Renae Reid, 35, of Indianapolis, Indiana, passed away on November 20, 2022 at Franciscan Health Indianapolis, after a long struggle with the brittle bone disease Osteogenesis Imperfecta, which she had since birth.
Erin was born on March 26, 1987, to Anthony (Tony) Reid and Denise Reid (Bryant).
While at Franklin Central High School, Erin performed in the percussion section in marching band. She had also previously participated as a cheerleader.
In 2011, Erin and her cousin Natalie were baptized in the Catholic faith. She continued to be a practicing Catholic until her passing.
Erin was beloved by all she met. She loved playing games and listening to music. She dedicated herself to helping raise her nephew, Aiden, and the children of close family and friends. She was a good friend and delightful companion. She was the life of the party, regaling us with tales about sneaking into the VIP section of a concert or club, or alarming stories about sledding down a dangerous hill, or towing marching band equipment behind her wheelchair at great risk.
In 2016 Erin met the love of her life, David Good, of Columbus, Ohio. They were engaged the following year. Erin and David pursued the hobby of buying and selling geeky merchandise, such as collectibles and comic books, through their online store. They went to local conventions to meet celebrities in pursuit of said hobby. They were longtime fans of the Indianapolis Colts and the Ohio State Buckeyes.
Erin was predeceased by brothers Anthony and Ryan, and cousin Natalie. She is survived by her fiancé David, nephew Aiden Reid, her parents Tony and Denise, Brother Todd Seiler, grandparents Larry Reid, Tom and Judy Bryant, Aunt Pamela & Uncle Steve Conrad, numerous cousins, and close friends.
Services have not yet been determined. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation at https://oif.org/donations/donate/ or the American Diabetes Association at https://diabetes.org/ .
Arrangements have been entrusted to The Cremation Society of Indiana, 4115 Shelby Street. Leave A Message, Share A Memory