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Obituary: Tachell, Ryan

Age 18

TACHELL, Ryan (Age 18) Ryan Tachell passed away on April 17, 2015.

Born to Trish and Dan Tachell on July 15, 1996.

He was known in the community as a son, brother, friend and Angel of Happiness.

He inspired many, and much was learned from his unselfishness and his drive to help others.

Ryan will be remembered by family and friends as the most generous of souls.

Ryan was a regular blood donor and was able to give to others even after his last breath.

His organs, at his request, were donated to extend the precious lives of others.

His spirit will live on in our hearts forever.

His goals were to graduate and become a United States Marine.

It was Ryan’s wish to protect others and become a soldier.

He will be awarded the highest honor of becomong a soldier of the sky.

He is at home now with the Lord and although his achievements here were great, his best work is yet to come.

Ryan was extremely athletic and active in several sports at Riverside High School, Including cross country, tennis, football, cheerleading and more.

Ryan has touched lives across the world as a People to People ambassador and worked part time at the Riverside Service Station always sporting his infectious smile.

His ability to turn someone’s day around was uncanny.

Ryan will be missed by his beloved parents, brother Josh, sister Rylin, step siblings, loving family and many, many, friends.

The community of Elk WA, friends and family will be gathering to say farewell to Ryan Tachell on Sunday, May 3rd 2015, in the gymnasium of Riverside High School at 3:00pm.

Please come join us and bring your smile.

A memorial fund will be set up in Ryan’s name at Washington Trust bank in Deer Park, WA.

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