Ryan D. Johnson

Akron, Ohio


Akron, Ohio


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CUYAHOGA FALLS -- Ryan D. Johnson, 26, passed away suddenly January 14, 2010.Born in Redondo Beach, California, Ryan moved to Cuyahoga Falls at the age of two, where he embarked upon an enterprising and colorful life. Like many who pass before their time, Ryan's brief life could not yet be...

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May your legacy live on through all the people you've touched along your journey.

My condolences to friends and family.

I read Ryan's description of himself on Facebook while it was still up; he saw himself as a "dream actualizer" - and indeed he was. Many of us have/had dreams; he had the vision to follow through with them and turn them into reality. Ryan was one of those rare individuals who knew how to do that and at an early age. I give him much credit for all that he was able to do and accomplish while on this earth. My sincere condolences to Ryan's family and friends.

Claudia, Randy & Megan, Contessa & All my D-family - I was shocked to hear this today. Please know all of you are in my prayers and thoughts. This is so tragic! I wish I could have been with you to share in this farewell. We should all remember Ryan at his best. I remember him at 2 years old when he first came to Ohio. With all my sympathy and love..."Rosaluch" Galizio (Westlake, OH)

So sorry to hear about your family's loss. I attended WJHS with Ryan and can still picture his smile.

You were a great friend and inspiration to my son and through him, me. Your laughter and generous spirit and love for life will live on in your friends and business associates. I cherish the times you spent with our family. We will never forget you. Love you forever, Mrs. H.

no words can express how i feel. i am sure this is true for all.

ryan's smile was truly infectious - you couldn't be near him and be in a bad mood at the same time. he didn't judge. he wanted to help everyone. he had an open mind and open heart. he shared every piece of himself with those he loved. he was always one to lend a shoulder or an ear - he would listen with purpose and respond with empathy.

he is still listening to us, friends. he'll never stop...

RIP buddy. Can't believe you're gone.

Claudia--you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. If there is anything we can do to ease your pain at this very difficult time please let us know. Ryan is an angel now looking down on you and smiling! He was very fortunate to have such a wonderful mother who loved him unconditionally.

Dear Johnson Family,
I never came to you to say how sorry I am about Ryan's passing. I want you to know that the short time I knew Ryan he left an imprint on my heart forever. He found so much joy out of the massages that he received from me. He was eager to learn what technique I was doing and why. He was always asking me questions. After he received the first massage he went out and bought his own bottle of massage oil. He was always so kind and grateful. He will be truly missed!