May God bless and comfort you in this time of sorrow.
sincere sympathy on the loss of your son.
Patsy and Charlie McHale
Ryan was one of my delivery drivers for dominos. But he was also a friend. He was such a sweetheart. He was so easy to talk to and he really cared about people. He was an awesome person to joke with or to just be around. I was a lucky person to have had the chance to know him and he will be forever missed.
Truly one of the nicest people I have ever met in my life. You'll be missed, Ryan. My condolences to the family of Ryan.
Betty and Rick,
I am so sorry to hear about Ryan. We were classmates at St. Mary's and I will always remember what kind person and a sweetheart he was. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family during this difficult time.
Mr. & Mrs. O'Haire & Ricky-
It has taken me this long to find the right words to say to express how sorry I am about Ryan. This picture of him is how I will always remember him- kindly smiling at everyone he met. I spent 13 years of my life with Ryan at SMA and Seton and I think I speak for all of my classmates when I say a piece of us is gone with his passing. I can't even fathom what you are all going through right now, but hopefully you take comfort in how much Ryan was loved by everyone he met. You're all in my thoughts and prayers. Please know Ryan will never be forgotten.
The last time I saw Ryan, he was an undeniable presence everyone wanted to be around, including myself. He was a wonderful man, and I will always remember him that way. My prayers and thoughts are with his family and children.
I am so saddened to hear this news. As a fellow SMA classmate, I remember Ryan as an extremly kind and caring friend. My heart goes out to his family, during this very difficult time.
The lasting memory I will always have of Ryan is one of the single nicest persons I have ever had the privilege of knowing. I can only express my deepest sympathy to the entire O'Haire family, and pray to give you the strength to get through this difficult time.
Myself, and the rest of the Grabowski family will be keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers.
Dear Betty and Rick,
I knew Ryan from SMA and Seton. He was always so thoughtful, kind, and gentle. Every interaction I had with Ryan from grade school to beyond was a positive one. My thoughts and prayers are with you and Ryan during this difficult time.
Ryan was a great man to work with. I had the pleasure of getting to know him during our training at penn-mar as well as working at the house with him. I will miss our conversations about music and comedy. Ryan was always good for making your day brighter and he will be deeply missed. My sincere condolences go out to his parents and family.
My sympathy and prayers go out to you and your mom and dad. Thinking of fond memories of Seton Days of you and Ryan. Find comfort that he is in a special space where EAGLES fly free.
Betty, Rick, and Ricky,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you right now. Ryan was a kind, caring, and loving person. I will cherish all of the happy memories I have that involved Ryan, whether it was at your pool, at Seton or SMA or otherwise. He was a great person and he will be very sadly missed.
I loved Ryan like a brother and the memories that we have made over the last 29 years will stay in my heart forever. Ryan had a lasting impression on every single person that he met. My prayers, thoughts, and deepest sympathies go out to the extended O'Haire family. Rick and Betty, you have been like my second parents from the time I was born, and I pray that God gives you the strength and faith to move forward. Ricky- Stay strong. Ryan's legacy will be one of love, spirit, family, and kindness. Joanna, Zoey and Joey- Daddy was an amazing man and always remember that he loves you so much. Ryan- I miss you brother and thank you for the cherished moments, the love that you have given to me, and the memories that you have blessed me with. ACES brother ACES
I knew Ryan from SMA and Seton Catholic as well. He was a great guy. I have forgotten many faces and names from my grade-school and high-school days, but I never forgot his. Though we were never close, he had a positive force about him that impacted me very strongly. When I think of Ryan I see the kind and gentle person that I knew in high school and it makes me happy. I'm lucky to have this memory. My deepest condolences go out to Ryan's family.
Dear Betty and Rick, there are no words that will comfort you at a time like this.But remember even though we maybe miles apart and not see each other for any length of time, I consider you good friends and if you ever need ashoulder to cry on or an ear to listen, know we will always be here for you.
Sincerely, Sharon Cunard Maleski
Please except my condolences. I did not know Ryan very well and just started working with him a little over a week ago. He made me feel very welcome and was such a nice person that was easy to talk to. My prayers are with you and your family.
I will always remember Ryan's gentle voice and smile. He was loved by the people he took care of. Rest in peace Ryan.
I read this with disbelief. Ryan was one of my favorite "unsung heroes" of SMA Challenger lore. Always doing the dirty work, the hard work of defense, rebounding, and hustle...and he was a character---practice was never boring or quiet with Ryan around...he always had something to add....While I'm sad to learn of his passing, I find solace in the fact that I got to be involved in a small part of his life. Prayers and sympathy to his family. May memories of Ryan help you thru this difficult time. I'm sure fellow Challenger Jeff Deprimo will be waiting for him at God's gate.
GO CHALLENGERS !! God Bless.
Mark, Audra, Adam , and Drew Casper
YOU'RE IN MY PRAYERS.
RON GITKOS FAMILY
I am very sad to hear this heart breaking tragedy. He always had asmile on his face,that will be truly missed So so sad :(
We would like to express our deepest sympathy to Ryan's family. May his soul rest in eternal peace.
I am so saddened by this news of Ryan's sudden death. I will never ever forget his smile, his kindness, and most importantly his love of family and friends. I close my eyes and see him on that very first day of kindergarten at SMA. I blink, and he is all grown up and graduating from Seton with 15 of his SMA classmates beside him. A piece of my heart is missing with his loss; he was one of my "kids" but he will live on in my memory forever. To Betty, Rick, and Ricky, the Walsh's send their prayers and love.