Ryan L. Holcomb, resident of Klamath Falls, Oregon passed away on July 18, 2017. Ryan was born in San Leandro on June 21, 1978, raised in San Lorenzo and lived in the East Bay until three years ago when he moved to Klamath Falls, Oregon. He was a loving father to his daughter Sophia Holcomb whom he adored. He is survived by his parents Rick and Joni Holcomb and Sue Ramage, wife Carrie Vien, sister Nicole and her husband Steve Godell. Ryan loved to play the guitar, work on cars, enjoyed recreational shooting and was an avid Raiders fan. He was a graduate of Redwood Christian High School. He worked in the technology field for 20 years and was a Senior Technical Trainer for ATT. Friends and Family are invited to a Celebration of his Life that will be held 1:00 PM on August 11, 2017 at Berge-Pappas-Smith Chapel of the Angels, 40842 Fremont Blvd, Fremont, CA 94538.

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  1. Dear Rick and Joni,
    Ella and I we are so sorry to hear about your loss.
    Our thought and prayers are with you and your family.
    Stay healthy, you guys have a granddaughter to take care for many, many years ahead.

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  2. Praying for peace and comfort for Ryan’s family. I have sweet memories of him and Nicole and the time I was able to spend with them in their high school years. With Love,

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  3. We are so sad to hear this news and our prayers are with the family. Thank you for the information on the services so we can make arrangements to attend.

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  4. I am so sorry for your loss. I know Ryan from Sue of many years. Ryan was an amazing man, intelligent, smart, witty, and a loving father. I hope your wonderful memories to comfort you at this time.
    Sending lots of love, Jacqui and Kenji Breitenbucher

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  5. We are so sorry for your loss, Sue and Rick and Joni. We remember Ryan’s enthusiasm and infectious laugh as one of our Sunday School students. We are praying that God will grant you His strength and comfort during this time of unimaginable loss.

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  6. I am so saddened and sorry to hear about this. I can picture Ryan vividly from when I was about 16 years old. He was about 8 years old and was my neighbor and also went to the same church as me. Ryan always had such a big smile, was very kind and tender hearted. Although, I was given a few babysitting instructions when asked to watch after him from time to time, he was always very well behaved and well mannered. I am so sorry and I don’t have the words to express how my heart goes out to you. Praying specifically for your family.

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  7. I am so sad. I’ve worked with Ryan at AT&T for many years. He was very smart, hard working and fantastic person. He loved people and life. He adored his daughter and was a very proud Dad. We all lost a good friend and a man with a very good heart. He will be missed by many. Let’s treasure the memories. I would like to express my condolences to the family.

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  8. I am praying for his daughter and family. I worked with Ryan in AT&T for many of my early years. I will always remember him with his guitar in hand playing a song. I knew he loved his daughter very much and wished everything for her. Ryan had a good heart. He was a good friend, co-worker, and dad. I will miss him. I would like to express my condolences to his family.

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  9. I remember teaching Ryan in junior high at Redwood Christian Schools. I am praying for the family that the promises of 2 Corinthians 15:51-57 will daily be a reality, hope, and a comfort to you:

    Listen, I tell you a mystery: We will not all sleep, but we will all be changed—in a flash, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, the dead will be raised imperishable, and we will be changed. For the perishable must clothe itself with the imperishable, and the mortal with immortality. When the perishable has been clothed with the imperishable, and the mortal with immortality, then the saying that is written will come true: “Death has been swallowed up in victory. Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?” The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.

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  10. Ryan & I worked as trainers at AT&T. I always admired his amazing sense of humor, his ability to connect to people of different ethnicities, religion, age and backgrounds. He always found something in common to relate to his friends and colleagues. He was kind and friendly to everyone and helped anyone who would ask. I have wonderful memories of the time we worked together. He will always be remembered as one of the nicest people I have ever known.

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  11. I am shocked to hear of Ryan’s passing. My deepest condolence to his dearest family and friends along with his and coworkers at AT&T that had the opertunity to work and know Ryan. I had the pleasure of working with Ryan for a short time but gave the feeling of being a part of a bigger family with Ryan like a brother.
    May you rest is peace and watch over your duaghter and loved onse Ryan.
    You will be missed by everyone that got to share an second of your life.

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  12. Ryan was a great guy. As I reflect on my relationship with him as a young tech in the field what a solid worker he was. Though he moved to the inside as a internet specialist I paths still crossed.. I haven’t seen him in years but as a comrade he will be missed. Please accept my condolences.

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  13. I had been searching for Ryan for years on FB. We went to Redwood Christian School together. I had only two friends there and Ryan was one of them. He was a sweet, sweet soul. It breaks my heart to find out that he has passed away. I’ve always wanted to tell him how much he helped me get through a tough school year because of his kindness. My condolences to his family.

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