RYAN THOMAS SMITH
The one the only.
15,314 days seems like a big number. A lot of days. But it is not, it is not enough.
The one the only Ryan Thomas Smith came into this world on Wednesday, November 29, 1978, at 2:24 p.m. He is the son of Thomas (the late Carol) Smith and Katherine Smugala (Doug) Zeis. Ryan was a pimp, player, part-time movie star who loved to travel. Ryan was the most creative person. His arts included drawing, tattooing, writing poems to writing rap music. Ryan loved sports and excelled at everything he did. Ryan would want to be remembered for his good looks. Anyone that knew Ryan, loved him. He lit up the room and always knew how to make you laugh and cry.
His personality was.... well, Charming, Sympathetic, Diplomatic, Sincere, Adventurous, Giving, Dynamic,
Quick-witted, Resourceful, Versatile, Adaptable, Confident, Kooky, Energetic, Fearless
He is one of a kind!!!
Ryan’s dog, Mya, was by his side on his life journey. He knew she was the best, smartest dog ever! He was so proud of her.
Ryan gave out the best hugs, kisses, compliments, and criticism. We are battling with turbulent waves of soul crushing emotions. We feel numb, we cannot stop crying. Heartache, disbelief, regret, and sadness fill us. Furthermore, the thought of never embracing Ryan or physically speaking to him again, leaves us feeling devastated. Ryan gained peace that he longed for after a crazy life that was drastically shortened on Monday November 2, 2020 around 8:00p.m. He will forever be missed. God is holding him in Heaven while we are holding him in our hearts. Feeling blessed to have Ryan as our brother and cherishing every memory as we mourn our loss; Joshua Estopare, Angela Kreitler and Marcy Wokurka