OBITUARY

Ryan Michael Byrne

26 September , 19912 May , 2019
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On May 2, 2019, Ryan unexpectedly passed away at the age of 27.

He shall be lovingly remembered for his great sense of humour, his kind and giving heart, his perfect smile and his fierce love for his family. He loved spending his time with family and friends and he could bring life to any gathering.

Those who knew Ryan even just for a little know they lost a shining light in their lives.

Ryan was an avid sports enthusiast. He had a love for golf, fishing and hockey and was a life long fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs.

He has now reunited with his Mom, Angie in Eternity (2014).

Ryan will be missed everyday by his son Charlie, his father Tim, his sisters Tiffany Masri (TJ) and Krystal Guglielmi (Peter), his Oma Ursula Lischynsky as well as his niece, nephews, aunts and cousins.

A Funeral Visitation will be held on Tuesday May 7, 2019 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm at Coutts Funeral Home and Cremation Centre (96 St. Andrews Street, Cambridge ON N1S 1M8). The Funeral Service will follow on Wednesday May 8, 2019 at 7:00pm at The New Apostolic Church (160 Margaret Avenue, Kitchener ON N2H 4H2).

As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Cambridge Food Bank would be appreciated.

We love and miss you so much Ryan.

“Just whisper my name in your heart and I will be there.”

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Funeral Visitation Tuesday, 7 May , 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, 8 May , 2019

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Cremation

Memories

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Debbie Charron

8 May 2019

I was away and just seeing this post today! Sorry for your family's lost! I remember all the hockey parties and Ryan big smile and his humor! So sorry!

Shawn Gay

8 May 2019

Tim and family,

My sincerest condolences to you all at this difficult time.
May you find peace and happiness in the many great memories you will always have.

Shawn


Jennifer Fair

8 May 2019

Tim & Family,

Love and prayers from your B&W family. Thinking of you and wishing you moments of peace and comfort as you remember your beautiful son/brother.

Roberta Rodriguez

8 May 2019

I went to school with Ryan, we attended St.Louis Adult Learning Center. We both did the culinary art program and I will always remember him with a such beautiful smile. I send you my condolences to Charlie and your family.

Chris Needham

7 May 2019

Tim and family,
We are so sorry to learn of your loss of Ryan. We can’t imagine what you are all going through. Our condolences to you all.

Julie Miller

7 May 2019

I was the Hall Monitor at Jacob Hespeler and spent a lot of time with Ryan. He was always respectful and had lots of stories to share. His smile was awesome. I am still wearing the winter coat I bought from him when he worked at Sports Mart on Gateway. He would often come to mind when I would wear it. It’s over 10 years old now. I will continue to think of him and my heartfelt condolences.

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Carolyn Pehlke

6 May 2019

I will cherish the memories of watching Ryan grow up through his teenage years as a very good friend of my son. He was very considerate, humourous, fun loving and we enjoyed the times we spent with Ryan in our home. My son also enjoyed being with Ryan's and his family in their home and has wonderful memories of traveling with Ryan's family to Mexico. My deepest sympathies to Tim and family, I will hold dear my memories of both Ryan and Angie in my heart.

Dad Byrne

6 May 2019

Ryan was a wonderful person and a great son. The day he joined our lives, I held him, I kissed him and told him about the great life we would have together. As a younger child, we played and enjoyed a mutual passion for fishing. At a very young age, Ryan would be content to stand on the dock and fish all day long. Give Ryan a plastic tupperware tub and several dozen worms and he was set for the day. As we moved on in life we enjoyed adding hockey and golf to our list of hobbies. He had a loving and caring heart. He was the boy you saw that would offer his arm to a lady to help her cross the street, a very giving soul. This was his nature. He was always the big brother to younger kids. His mother Angie provided daycare for many years and the children that came there always looked for him. He had an outgoing personality and friendly demeanor that served him well in his part time jobs selling sporting goods. The beautiful confident smile and genuine handshake was his trademark. We both cheered and agonized over our Toronto Maple Leafs but also cheered madly for our Olympic Hockey Teams. Whether we were throwing lines in the water or practicing our chipping in the back yard it was always great. He was a special son and brought me joy and love to my heart. He dearly loved his sisters and was very protective of them. He had a very close relationship with his Mom which created a deep bond for life. When his Mom passed it left a big hole in his life that was very difficult for him. I look back today and realize how blest I was to have him in my life, albeit all too short. He now is with him Mom in eternity enjoying each other while we continue our walk on this earth. Someday we will all be reunited, and until then, the memories and love he left for me will always be cherished. Whenever we finished a phone call he would say, I love you Dad. I am so thankful that he last time I was able to speak with him I was able to say I love you too Ryan.

Bob Baird

6 May 2019

Dear Tim and family

I cannot begin to understand the grief you must be feeling. Please accept by most sincere condolences at this very sad time.

Alexander and Desirée Smith

5 May 2019

Although we never met Ryan, his gorgeous smile and the good things his friends and family have to share about him, allow his memory to live on with positivity and light. Sending our love and strength for the entire family during this difficult time.

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