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Ryan M. Wilcox

Kilmarnock, Virginia

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KILMARNOCK - Ryan Mitchell Wilcox, 17, of Kilmarnock died Dec. 12, 2008.He was a student and member of the crew team at Christchurch School, a junior member of the Kilmarnock Volunteer Fire Department, member of Boy Scout Troop 242 and an avid hunter.Surviving are his mother and father, Kyle and...

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Kyle and Ken,
I feel some of your pain at this great loss. I know that there is nothing I can say or do to ease the pain. Just know that my thoughts and prayers are with you daily and I will always be here to listen. I loved him also!
Hoochie Mama

Ryan,
You were one of a kind. I will never forget all of the hilarious and serious talks that we had. We were a lot closer at the beginning of the school year this year, and I was greatful because it is my senior year. I know how excited you were about the army and I will always remember the talks that we had about how scared you were about doing it, yet how you were so excited. We connected on many different levels. Even though you were in the Kilmarnock Fire Department and you teased...

Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. As a new family to Christchurch School we know what a wonderful community it is, and hope we can all help you in any way possible. May God bless your family and help you in the coming months when you need it most.

Bransford Family
We extend our sincere condolences to your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Cathy and Dennis Mays

Kyle and family,
I am so sorry about the loss of Ryan; he is already so missed by his CCS family. I remember Ryan most from way back in the Basic Beginnings and Chesapeake Academy days. I met him again when he started at CCS and he was still as exuberant and outgoing as he was back then. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers each day.

Dear Kyle, Ken and Family,
There are no words that will accurately express how deeply sorry we are for your loss. Our sympathies go out to you and may the Lord comfort you during this time.
Amanda, John, Jack and Joey

Bransford Family
"Memories keep the one you loved
close to you in spirit and thought
and always in your heart,today and forever.
May your memories bring you comfort..
Memory is a special place in our hearts where
we can find comfort in the treasured thoughts
of those we hold dear. May it help to know
that others care deeply and are remembering
you with special thoughts." We are very sorry for
your loss and you will be in our...

Ryan was one of a kind. His ability to walk into a room and instantly lighten the mood with his comic relief was amazing. Last year Ryan was in my Spanish class and this year, my Algebra class. Everyday there would be a new story relating to hunting, fishing, the Army, or the fire department and I looked forward to it everyday. Ryan was an irreplaceable person who didn't change for anyone and who stood strong on his beliefs. He was a kind, loving, caring, funny, and dedicated person. He was...

I began school at Christchurch with Ryan, my sophmore, his freshman year. He was the girl's coxswain during the spring. We only had a few races but I look back fondly on the memories we made out on the water for those few short weeks. His love and dedication to crew was evident everyday at practice. Ryan was a giving,outgoing,wonderful southern gentleman and although I did not know him well, I will miss passing him at school and hearing his voice tell a joke or story. Your son was a...