Ronald G. Ryan (September 09, 1954 - September 30, 2023)

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Ronald G. Ryan
  • September 09, 1954
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  • September 30, 2023

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Ronald Ryan passed away on September 30, 2023, in The Villages, FL, with loving family by his side.

Ron was born on September 9th, 1954, in Yonkers, NY, to Rose and Robert Ryan. His love of music was evident from an early age, when he began turning his mother’s cookware into a drum set. He later played in numerous bands, forming friendships that would last throughout his life.

He graduated from Yonkers High School in 1972, and later earned degrees from Westchester Community College and Iona College. He entered the medical profession as a respiratory therapist, and married his wife Mary Ann in 1983. Their son Sean was born in 1989, and the family lived in Connecticut where Ron was active in coaching youth baseball. On vacations to Cape May, Ron loved to read on the beach, boogie board with his son, and eat enormous lobsters while watching the sunset.

He was a loyal friend, a loving brother, and a devoted father. He loved history, the Yankees, and medium-rare steak. He watched The Godfather at least twice a year. And he always sang the high harmony when he listened to The Beatles, because Paul was his favorite.

Ron became a grandpa in March of 2023, sending him over the moon with joy. It delighted him to welcome his grandson to the world, and to know that his own son would get to experience the wonder and privilege of being a dad.

He is survived by his son Sean and his family (wife Lauren and son Aiden), sister Kathleen (husband Roy Narducci), brother Robert (wife Theresa) ex-wife Mary Ann, as well as many nieces and nephews.

A celebration of Ron’s life will be held in Yonkers in the near future. Details are forthcoming.

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