Ryan Pollack

Washington, District of Columbia


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 Ryan Pollack  On Monday, January 1, 2018 of Silver Spring, MD. Beloved son of Jay Pollack and Shelah ockman; loving nephew of Ira Pollack, Karen Cox and Barbara Hockman. Also survived by many loving friends and cousins. Ryan graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and...

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We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you!Best
Your dear cousins
Gilda and Arthur Birn

Dear Jay and family,
My condolences to you on the loss of your son. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Deepest condolences from the Kennedy Center family. May you all find comfort in the days to come.

Like so many others, I am deeply saddened by the loss of Ryan. He was an outstanding student at Northwood, gifted and quite talented. He will be remembered, by me as the young man who could always get things done. My condolences to his family.

sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers

Dear Shelah and Jay,
I know how much happiness Ryan brought you in his life! I wish that I had gotten to know him - he was creative, curious, hardworking, caring, friendly. We hope that the light, love and happiness that he brought into your lives will be a measure of comfort to you as you move forward.

Ryan will be remembered and missed by the community engagement team at the Kennedy Center. From his time in multi-media to his work in production, we could always rely on Ryan for his great spirit and teamwork. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Dear Sheila and Jay,
We were deeply saddened to hear of the untimely loss of your dear beloved Ryan. No words can express adequately our sincere condolences, but we hope that the support of family and friends will help to give you strength at this extremely difficult time.
With Love,
Sharon and Michael
Rachel, Tamara and Lauren

Sending love and healing vibes your way. I am so sad and am feeling the loss this week as I learned the news of Ryan's passing. He was an amazing friend in high school and I'll never forget his constant care and support when I struggled with my own challenges. He was such a fun guy back then, with a huge heart and a knack for knowing just what you needed when. Wishing you peace and comfort. Keeping your family in my prayers.
Abby Cox Chalmers
(friend of Ryan's from Northwood)