RYAN, Michael

Born on January 7, 1924. Passed away on September 19, 2019.

Loved husband of Lois (dec). Dearly loved father and father-in-law of Christine and Mark, Jenny, Stephen and Maryanne, Libby and Greg and Damian. Loved “Mick” of Stephen, Jordan, Louise, Lachlan, Josh, Bethany, Elena, Ruby, Lily and Zeb. Great-grandfather of Lila and Milla and a friend and mentor to many. Many miles on the clock, one owner. Well loved over 95 years. A life well lived.

Funeral Notice

Service: Tuesday September 24, 2019

Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of Mr. Michael Ryan will be offered at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Gellibrand Street, Colac on Tuesday, September 24, 2019 commencing at 1.30 p.m.

In accordance with family wishes Michael will be Privately cremated.

5 tributes Leave your tribute

  1. My deepest sympathy to all of Micks family. Mick may you rest in peace, No more pain. Xxx
    With regards Honorine Dowie xxx

    Honorine Dowie September 20 2019 6:51 pm
  2. To Liz, Greg, Ruby, Lily and Zeb, our thoughts are with you at this sad times. I know you will miss him but always treasure the memories you have they never go away. Love Heather and Mike Green

    Heather Green September 21 2019 7:35 am
  3. I have great memories of Henderson Motors days, where two of my older sisters and myself worked. Mick would share coffee and scones with Jock Johnstone (Mr Ryan and Mr Johnstone to me at 16!) most mornings while they solved the world’s problems. Good times.
    Phyllis McDonald nee Langdon

    Phyllis September 21 2019 11:08 am
  4. To Chris, Jenny, Stephen, Libby and Damien and your families thinking of you at this sad time. Love Trish & Ron Conway xx

    Patricia Conway September 22 2019 2:19 pm
  5. Special Memories of Uncle Mick in the 70’s at Fulton Street.
    Sunday afternoons at the Ryans – a very late roast lunch, Mick’s big beige leather chair (in front of the BW telly) , hydration of choice via a long necked brown bottle, footy replays on loop and when it was Bathurst – it was loud and we had to barrack for the Mazdas!
    Add to this – Aunty Lois making a delicious steam pudding for dessert.
    Mick cutting the lawns with a push mower (no motor) in the white singlet and shorts. While we played in the sand pit he was pruning /grafting his prized apple trees in the back yard. Our sincere condolences to Chris, Jenny, Stephen, Libby , Damo and their families
    With love from Dianne (Jackie) and Shane.

    Di Loubey September 24 2019 10:54 am

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