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Colleen Ann Ryan
  • July 08, 1960
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  • July 09, 2010

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Colleen Ann Ryan, 50, Edgewater FL died Friday, July 9, 2010. She was born in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts and came to this area in 2001 from Orlando. Colleen worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant at Oceanview Nursing Home in New Smyrna Beach. Her family remembers her free spirited nature and how much she loved caring for other people. She loved to make people laugh. She leaves to cherish her memory sons Sean and Austin Ryan, companion Joseph Meisheid, siblings Ellen Rollins, Aaron Ryan, Patrick Ryan, Dennis Ryan and Richie Ryan.

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  1. 02 Jul 2016
    rich ryan says:
    She was a gift.

  2. 15 Oct 2010
    rich ryan says:
    I will miss my friend and sister who i could tell ANYTHING to.Thank you for being yourself and making the world a not so serious place to be.
    i love and miss you,
    rich

  3. 31 Jul 2010
    Sean Patrick Ryan says:
    I just want to start off by saying thank you to everyone for all the love and support and for coming out to celebrate the life of my mom Colleen Ann Ryan. My mom was a very free spirit who rarely cared what other people thought of her. She loved to wear crazy hats, lay out in the sun for hours, and start conversations with random people at the grocery store. I can’t remember the last conversation I had with her but I consider that a good thing. Because now, instead of criticizing my last words when I hear her name, I’ll reminisce about Saturdays at the baseball field, homework time at the dinner table, and all the times she would sing to me at 2 in the morning even though I had school the next day. Anyone who was meeting my mom for the first time, I would always offer this fair warning. Do not ever let her tell you a secret. It only takes once to learn that lesson. If there was one thing she would want me to take from her it would be the “3 Rules of Life”. “Always grab your ass with both hands; Be able to fight your way out of a wet paper bag; And never fuck up a free lunch.” My mom was the strongest women I know with a big heart to follow. I aspire to one day have just half of the strength and compassion that she possessed. I would not be the man I am today without her, and she would not be the women she was without all of you. And for that I am extremely grateful and proud to call her my mom. Joe, I have said this from day one. You are the man! Thank you so much for making my moms last moments on the earth great. Mom, I love you with all my heat and I will miss you terribly. To Colleen Ann Ryan, my mom.

  4. 27 Jul 2010
    austin says:
    the one person that made me strong, my mom and dad the only one i had, my best friend, i will never let her go. she will be with me forever her power and impact touched so many people, no words can describe what she has done. i will never forget the wonderfull things she has done to make me the man i am today and will never forget what she has done for me love you mom!

  5. 16 Jul 2010
    joe meisheid says:
    You were my best friend, my lover, my soulmate. You were always there for me when I needed help, healed my wounds, took me into your home when I had noplace else to go. I miss your smile, your laugh and your warm embrass, I will never forget you and I will always love you. My life will never be the same.

  6. 16 Jul 2010
    anthony says:
    Colllene......you will be missed

  7. 16 Jul 2010
    PATTY says:
    Oh my goodness - my thoughts and prays are with the family right now. I loved Colleen for her outgoing fun person that she was.
    Colleen I will miss your phone calls!!! LOVE YA
    Patty

    I worked with Colleen for many years at Suzanne's Oyster Bar in Longwood.

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