OBITUARY

Ryan Matthew Wilcauskas

December 30, 1994April 15, 2018

Mr. Ryan Matthew Wilcauskas, entered into rest on Sunday, April 15, 2018.

A Funeral Mass will be held at 3 p.m. on Friday, April 20, 2018 at St. Joseph Catholic Church.

Ryan was a 2013 graduate of Evans High School, and was currently a student at Georgia Southern University where he was working on his obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology. He was a member of the PHI KAPPA PHI Honor Society, G.S.U. Residence Hall Association, an I.T. Teaching Assistant, and an Usher at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.

Survivors include his parents, Raymond & Christine Wilcauskas, his brother, Brandon Wilcauskas, Maternal grandparents, Judy Fuller, Ronnie (Paula) Fuller, his paternal grandfather, Raymond W. Wilcauskas, his Aunts & Uncles, Vonnye (Jerry) Coalson, and Ronald (Meggan) Wilcauskas.

Services

  • Funeral Mass Friday, April 20, 2018
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Ryan Matthew Wilcauskas

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Nikki Fralick

April 23, 2018

Christy, I am so very sorry for your loss. Please know you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Ranscine Rubiera

April 19, 2018

I was the hospital /home bound teacher from Columbia Middle.He and Clayton Crider,my grandson, were friends. Ryan’s death has had an effect on all of our family!
We are praying that the Holy Spirit will comfort your family in your grief.
Ryan was a wonderful young man. He will be missed by all that knew him!

Mary Ann Harley

April 19, 2018

Ray,

Crystal and I were saddened to hear about your son Ryan. I know your heart is broken. We send you and your family our love and prayers.

Mike Borden

April 18, 2018

Ray, so saddened to hear about your tremendous loss. Many prayers for you and your family.

Debbia Sidell

April 18, 2018

I was heartbroken when I heard about the passing of Ryan. I worked with Ryan many, many years ago when he was a vendor at the PX. He came to visit everyone not long ago at the PX and made a point to come and see me. I was so happy to see his smiling face and to hear about all that was going on with him and school. Ryan was an amazing young man who was always willing to lead a hand and was always so much fun ro talk to. If I had a son I would want him to be just like Ryan. A warm compassionate loving kind person. Ryan you will be missed by all who knew you. I will be praying for the Wilcauskas family!

Margo Wach

April 18, 2018

I only met Ryan twice. But, my sister--Ryan's Aunt Meggan--talked so lovingly about Ryan. Meggan enjoyed seeing Ryan when Ron and the family came to visit you guys. Over the years, I have listened to many wonderful things about "Ray, Christy, Ryan and Brandon." God bless your family. Ryan will be missed by everyone that knew him.

Margo Wach
(Meggan Wilcauskas's sister)

Mohamed Soarez

April 18, 2018

Ryan Was always willing to help during my lab in class. He always had a smile on his face. I'm Praying for his family who are healing from the loss of a family member.

Rose Williams

April 17, 2018

Ryan was a high achieving IT student here at Georgia Southern University. I had the pleasure of serving as his Academic Advisor during his academic career here at GSU. He always had a pleasant personality and a warming smile. He will be greatly missed. My deepest condolences go out to his family and the Eagle Nation.

Rose Williams

April 17, 2018

Ryan was a high achieving IT student here at Georgia Southern University. I had the pleasure of being his Academic Advisor during his academic career here at GSU and he will be missed greatly. He always had a very pleasant personality and a warming smile. My deepest condolences and prayers go out to his family and the Eagle Nation.

Kimberly Densmore

April 17, 2018

Ryan was never just a classmate to anyone. I met Ryan about two years ago in class, and ever since he has always been someone you look for in the hallway. If I ever needed a laugh or a smiling face he had it. This past fall I traveled for an interview in Florida. I searched for fellow classmates upon arrival and Ryan was the first person I saw. Ryan greeted me and made me feel so comfortable and less nervous about the interview process that we both were about to go through. We went to dinner together with friends and laughed at all of our memories in our classes. I will miss Ryan this summer as I had hoped to have the comfort of a friend, as we both started our new career at Deloitte.
Ryan you will be missed by all of your colleagues. Thank you for being so friendly.