Ryan Larson Death – Ryan Larson of Old Lyme, Connecticut and a beloved father has passed away. He died on Tuesday morning, December 12, 2023, after he felt ill on Monday. He was announced dead through a social media publication that read “Ryan J. you will forever be in my heart. May your soul be at rest. All the laughs I will remember. May your legacy live on in Emily and through all who knew and loved you! RyJLars I miss you so much!”
Who was Ryan Larson?
Ryan was a graduate of the 2005 class at Lyme-Old Lyme. His talent was a welcome addition to The Select Singers with performances in several musicals. He received his RN at Goodwin College where he thrived and was a respected leader in the Nursing program. He worked as a Peer tutor at the ASC, a tight knit setting where supportive connections with staff felt more like family and where lasting professional relationships were formed. He has worked as an RN for several years.
Ryan was laid back and capable. He was good at whatever he put his mind to. He has been a loving father to Emily and Annabelle and loyal friend. He was a great listener who could comfort with patience and change the harshest reality into a slight blow. Many people became lifetime friends because he consoled and encouraged them with his pleasant smile and attentive ear. Ryan’s kindness, sense of humor, and knowledge made him a beloved presence in the lives of his family and friends
Fundraising for Ryan Larson’s family
Kimberly Thompson is organizing this fundraiser on behalf of Kelly McKiernan. The fundraising page organized to raise $10,000 has raised the sum of $2,985 at the time of this publication. To contribute to the family, click on GoFundMe. A statement on the fundraising page read below:
Last week the world suddenly lost a beautiful human. Ryan was one of the nicest people you could know, he brought joy and a sense of belonging to everyone around him. In high school, Ryan was known for his impeccable French accent, beautiful singing, and witty banter that would have a whole room in stitches. Professionally Ryan earned his colleagues’ respect as a caring and patient nurse who treated his patients with dignity and kindness.
While in his many roles in life, he continually brought joy and comfort to those around him; Ryan’s joy came from his daughter Emily and his stepdaughter Annabelle. We, his Lyme-Old Lyme classmates, have started this fundraiser to ensure that Emily, Annabelle, and their mother, Kelly, can make ends meet as they move forward.
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