OBITUARY

Frederick James Ryan

October 20, 1954February 28, 2021

(Retired Tool & Die Maker for General Motors) Passed away on Sunday, February 28th, 2021 in his 67th year. Predeceased by the parents he took such loving care of, Cliff and Ruth Ryan. Dear brother of Marilyn Simpson (Rick), Neil (Diane), Sharon Ryan (Shahla) and Brenda Jeffs (John). Will be missed by many nieces, nephews and friends. Fred was non-judgmental and cared for those in the world who were less fortunate. His kind-heartedness will shine forever in the hearts of those he loved. A private Graveside Service will be held at Ebenezer Cemetery, Courtice. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.courticefuneralchapel.com for the Ryan family. Arrangements entrusted to the COURTICE FUNERAL CHAPEL, 1587 Highway #2, Courtice (905-432-8484).

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Dora Hobbs-Harris

April 14, 2021

Freddie! Generally at Peace...Mostly a loner..Quietly viewing a world gone mad from a very simple place...Rest Easy my Gentle Giant...Love from your Aunt Dora in Newfoundland...💙

Clifford Hobbs

April 14, 2021

Big Freddy is gone. Im lost for words. I remember meeting him at our old house in Bloomfield early seventies. Him and his girl friend just came down to visit. He was driving a gold color van with carpeting and teardrop side windows. Freddy was a very tall Handsome Cousin with sandy blonde hair and wide shoulders to me. He was very comforting to know. Miss you Freddy. God Bless XOXOX Forever RIP. Your First Cousin Cliff

Dora Hobbs-Harris

April 13, 2021

Sending love and condolences to all the Ryan family xoxo
I remember when he came to Newfoundland many years ago in his van all carpeted and a teardrop window :) and then again a few years ago when I visited ... Take care of each other, love you all xoxo

Cindy Oldford (Hobbs)

April 12, 2021

Rest easy dear cousin ....sending love from your Newfoundland family 💞

Bonnie Horwood

March 14, 2021

So sorry to hear of Fred's passing.
My deepest condolences to the family!
Sincerly, Bonnie Horwood-Craig

patricia gouin

March 7, 2021

“I have wonderful memories of growing up at the lake with Fred. My deepest condolences to the family and all that loved him.”

Chantel Whitters

March 7, 2021

Fred, you were the best friend anybody could possibly ask for. Always giving and never wanting anything in return. We will miss dearly coming over to your house, and just chatting about anything and everything. And of coarse watching your beloved sports. It’s so hard for us knowing we can’t see you anymore or hear your voice. You will be forever in our hearts and minds. We are fortunate to have had you in our lives. Rest In Peace Fred.
Chantel, Darren and Lucy xxx

Joe Gangemi

March 6, 2021

Wow what a shock to hear of Fred’s passing,my condolences to all of his family.Always so calm,never excited,was always there to help any way he could.Some of best memories was with the hockey team,he was so smooth and graceful on the blades he got the nickname (Freddy Lafleur)...lol...a thing with him and the Spitfire and wipers,were headed home from a tournament in north bay,hit a major rain storm,I said Fred got an idea pull over,took a couple of our long skate laces,tied one to each wiper and from inside back and forth no problem sailed all the way home.Lately when I saw the Caddy in the grocery store parking lot,there exited Fred in his beloved trench coat,a true classic!!Many beer and wings on the first out door patio on Celina st. Friday’s after work..in retirement always had great chats when our paths crossed,going to miss that “Friend “ Rest In Peace Fred.

Paul & Marie Carter

March 6, 2021

Great guy to work with, many fond memories from the old GM 59 building, North plant and at the Tartan. Soft spoken and gentle mannerisms, always willing to help anyone, my wife called him the gentle giant. RIP Freddie.

Eugen Weber

March 6, 2021

So sad to hear of Fred’s passing. My condolences to all of Fred’s family and friends.
Fred was always a kind soul to everyone that had the pleasure of knowing him , never a mean word said against anyone.
Always a classy gentleman, so many good conversations and memories.
Again, so saddened by his passing .

FROM THE FAMILY