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James A. Ryan II

July 16, 1946 - December 19, 2020

U.S. Veteran
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Posted by:
John and Barbara Buckley

Posted on:
December 31, 2020

Jim was a great guy and a very knowledgeable boater, always willing to lend a hand and give advice, his presence and personality will be missed at the marina by all who knew him, may he rest in peace and watch over all us who had the pleasure of knowing him.

Posted by:
Tahnya and Ted DiCroce

Posted on:
December 29, 2020

We will always remember your great smile and quick wit. Our deepest sympathy to your family . May you RIP. Until we meet again .

Posted by:
Tahnya and Ted DiCroce

Posted on:
December 29, 2020

We will always remember your great smile and quick wit. Our deepest sympathy to your family . May you RIP. Until we meet again .

Posted by:
Maryann Hurlburt

Posted on:
December 29, 2020

Rest in Heaven my favorite brother in law (inside joke) I remember when I first met you and you stole my big sis Terri from me lol. I've grown to love you, and you were always there for me as a teenager. Will always remember your love, corny jokes and infectious smile. RIP

Posted by:
Bill Lydon

Posted on:
December 27, 2020

Sad to say goodbye Glad to have known you. My. Prayers to FAMILY. R.I.P

Posted by:
Linda Petersen McMahon

Posted on:
December 24, 2020

I feel blessed that I got to know you. You were always fun to be around. Rarely did I see you off the boat. I will always have fond memories of you. Rest In Peace Jimmy. Love, Linda

Posted by:
Wendy Southerland

Posted on:
December 23, 2020

I have so many memories of Jimmy, Terry, Kevyn and Christpher

Posted by:
Kerri & Ed

Posted on:
December 22, 2020

We’ll miss Jimmy’s smile along with his C-Dock Christmas Parties, also when taken captive on his 3 hr weekend charter to QYC, we’ll never forget the time we were rescued from a small mishap. Jimmy’s quick Witt never cease to impress. Thankful & glad we had Jimmy’s nautical presence on C-dock, never would have had so much boating adventures with so much laughter. Jimmy was considered family with us, he will be missed soarly.

Posted by:
Jose and Carol Rocha

Posted on:
December 22, 2020

Jimmy was a hard working man, loyal and friendly. He was always available whenever needed, He will be missed by the Rocha Family as well as the staff and customers of JR Transport. May the memories of Jimmy bring comfort and strength to all that new this great man.

Posted by:
Peggy Ryan Canevari

Posted on:
December 21, 2020

I loved as a brother, I loved you as a person and as a dear friend. I’ll miss your huge heart, your witty personality and that great smile. I’ll miss your “dumb blond” jokes and your spontaneous phone calls to tell them to me. I’ll think of you and pray for you every day for the rest of my life. Rest In Peace dear brother, I love you! ???????

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