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Aaron T. Ryan

Aaron T. Ryan

  • June 17, 1971 - May 12, 2011
  • Alexandria, Virginia

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Dear Tom, Karen and Adam,
It may be many years ago but I remember growing up in Dowden Terrace like it was yesterday. Aaron was at the centre of all of those memories. They were happy days. You have my deepest sympathy.

Posted by: Diederik Bulters - Cambridge - Friend   Jul 19, 2011

Dear Tom, Karen, Adam and family, We were all so saddened to learn of Aaron's passing. He was such a wonderful role model for our boys on the swim team, and even for the adults. We all learned so much from him. I am so sorry that you all have to go through this difficult time. If you need anything from us, please do not hesitate to ask. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Much love to all. Pam & Sonny Oliver

Posted by: Pam Oliver - leesburg, VA - Friend   Jul 11, 2011

I'm so very sorry about Aaron's passing. I went to high school with him and I didn't know him well, but I remember him as a friendly and warm person. He was often smiling and enjoying life to the fullest. Please know that I hold all of his family members close in prayer and I fully believe he is with you in spirit. I pray that you will feel him there beside you whenever you feel the sadness is unbearable...

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Posted by: Tanya Erway - Annandale, VA   Jun 27, 2011


I am so sorry to hear about your tragic. Aaron was a great person. My thoughts are with you and all of the Ryan family.


Posted by: Justin Olson - Isle Royale, MI   Jun 17, 2011

I only knew Aaron when he was a little boy when I worked with his father at the postal service in 1976-78. I often shared dinner with him and his brother at the Ryan house. He obviously grew up to be a fine man, husband and father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and Karen and Tom during this time of sorrow.

Posted by: robert & sharon weathers - granite bay, ca 95746, CA - friend of tom and karen   May 24, 2011

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