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Ryan Michael Gladstone
02/04/1976 — 01/27/2011
From Richland, WA, US | Born in Spokane, WA
Ryan Michael Gladstone
RYAN MICHAEL GLADSTONE
Ryan Gladstone was born in Spokane, Washington on February 4, 1976, the son of Mark and Sandra Gladstone. He passed away January 27, 2011 at Kadlec Medical Center.
He grew up in Kennewick and graduated from Kamiakin High School, where he played football and was an outstanding athlete. He was honored on the schoolï¿½s Wall of Fame, selected for the 1993 All-State Football Team, and named to the All-Conference Team for both offense and defense. He earned an Associate of Science degree in Fire Science from Columbia Basin College and attended Christ for the Nations Bible School in Texas.
Ryan was a Kennewick firefighter for the past three and a half years. He had a passion for firefighting. At the Washington State Firefighting Academy, his classmates honored him with the Bulldog Award for outstanding leadership, courage, integrity, flexibility, dependability and physical fitness. Academy instructors presented Ryan with the Truckee Award chrome headed ax for demonstrating the greatest speed, strength, aggressiveness, hands-on skills, and knowledge of Truckee company operations. He participated in the Scott Firefighter Stair Climb in Seattle, benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. He performed charity work for the Washington State Council of Fire Fighters Burn Foundation. Prior to firefighting, he was a Corrections Officer for Benton County and was a masterful brick mason for Ojanen Brick Art. He also owned a landscaping business.
Ryan loved his family and the good times they shared at the Oregon Coast; fishing, hunting, golfing and boating at Wallowa Lake; and four-wheeling in Dixie, Idaho. He enjoyed hiking with his children and coaching sports. Ryan had many roles in his life, but his role as a family man was the one he loved the most.
Ryan had a brotherhood of cherished friends ï¿½ the Hornets, classmates, workout buddies, firefighters and others. He touched many lives with his energy, enthusiasm, and encouragement. He was charismatic, upbeat, caring, and extremely hard-working, always ready to help a buddy or lend a hand. His warm smile and engaging presence warmed a room whenever he entered.
Ryan demonstrated a depth of knowledge and expertise for gardening, landscaping, nutrition, fitness, body building, masonry, and more. He competed in the 1999 Northwest Natural Bodybuilding Competition, earning the First Place title for Novice Men over 176 pounds. He loved to play cribbage especially with his Grandpa Wayne, and he was hard to beat.
Ryan is survived by his wife Lindsy and their children, Cade and Adaya. He is also survived by his father Mark Gladstone of Idaho Falls, ID; his mother Sandra Gladstone of Richland; his brother Nathan of Honolulu, HI; his sister Aubrey and Pat and niece Maisey Loftus of Santa Fe, NM; Steve and Jody Brown of Washington DC; and a loving extended family.
A funeral service will be held at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Kennewick on Saturday, February 5, at 1:00 PM followed by a graveside service at Sunset Memorial Gardens and a reception at the Memories at Sunset Event Center. Einanï¿½s Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. The family invites you to express your thoughts and share your memories in the online guestbook at www.einansfuneralhome.com.
A Gladstone Family Donation Account has been established at HAPO Credit Union to help with medical and funeral expenses. Donations can be made at www.Hapo.org.
Mark and Sandra,
Sending you my thoughts and prayers at this sad time in your life.
To Nathan, Aubrey and family,
My heart goes out to all of you. I was so sad to hear of your loss and I pray that time heals your hearts and keeps all of your happy memories with Ryan as vivid as the day they occurred. I wish I could have been there to celebrate the memories of his life but I am sending love and prayers. Take care.
Our deepest sympathies. We send you love, light and many blessings.
Sending my heartfelt sympathy to your family. Ryan certainly grew into a handsome man… in my mind, he is still a young boy since I haven’t seen him for many years. My heart goes out to all of you.
Our prayers go out to Ryan’s family and friends. May the Lord give you strength as you deal with his passing.
We express our deepest, most heartfelt sympathy in your time of grieving as we “weep with those who weep” Romans 12:15. Know with certainty that you and your family are in our most fervent prayers.
May you find everlasting peace and rest in the loving arms of Jesus.
Mark, Sandra, Nathan and Aubrey,
With Heartfelt Sympathy….
Just as the sun will set then rise with each and every dawn, The soul of a man who lived life well eternally live on.
Now that the sun has seemed to set on his life, so very dear,
Remember that his soul lived so well and remains forever near.
I’m Sorry to hear about Ryan. I can still remember him running around with Nathan as little kids and when we worked out downstairs at the Tacoma house. We were watching our wedding video and he was the first to congratulate us on our wedding. So many memmories. I will miss him like a brother. May God be with him. Shawn
Mark, Sandra & the family of Ryan,
My deepest sympathy for your loss.
I did not know Ryan but he had to be a wonderful young man because he was a part of you.
There are no words that can heal your broken hearts but knowing you have many friends who care, will hopefully bring some comfort.
May God embrace you all and give you strength through this difficult time.
God Bless you
happy birthday ryan. we will miss you, but will cross paths again. i hope the heavens are raining presents, joy and happiness for you.
You all our in our hearts and prayers. With loving memories and deepest sympathies.
Craig, Nina, Mike, and Nate Liebler
You were a great and true friend and you will truly be missed!!!
Dear Sandra, Mark, Aubrey, and Nate:
We are overwhelmed by the loss of Ryan. I want you to know that we are thinking of you all at this time. We send our deepest sympathy as a family whose lives were intertwined in some glorious and adventurous times. May you find strength together.
Sincerely and Respectfully,
Jana and John Freese
Through our prayers, our hearts and hugs reach out to all of the family.
Sending good thoughts for Ryan and all his family and friends. He will be very much missed.
I met Ryan many years ago at Word Of Faith church in Kennewick Wa. There was just somethung about him that lit up a room. LOL… When i lived in Seattle WA. i would run in to him and we would hang out and have some fun, talking about old times. Its very sad that he isnt here anymore. My heart is HEAVY!!!! May GOD bless his family and children. I miss you friend..
My thoughts and prayer’s go out to all of Ryan’s family and friends. I met Ryan when he was in high school. He was a good friend of my brother Chuck Sleater. Later, I had the opportunity to work with Ryan at Benton County Corrections.. Ryan was a great friend and would help anyone at anytime. My heart breaks to know he is gone. I will ever forget him. May God bless his family and give them comfort.
So sorry to hear about Ryan’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with all of his friends and family. Special prayers for Cade and Adaya that they may remember their father’s love forever.
Mark,Sandra,Nathan and Aubry,
Our entire family will keep you in our prayers for a long time as I know you will need the Lord’s hand on your shoulder as you work through this hard,hard time!God Bless You!
Mark and Sandra,
Just a note of condolence and deepest sympathy to you and your family for your unimaginable loss. Just know that the entire family have you in our thoughts and prayers now and always.
The Gladstone Family,
We wish to express our deepest sympathy for the loss of Ryan Gladstone.
The Howard Haberman Family
Mark, Sandra and Family,
I was so sorry to hear of Ryan’s passing. I still remember him as a funny and bright teenager. My prayers are with you all and may God give you strength.
Sandra and Mark, my heart goes out to you both. I know, right now, there are no words to comfort you. But please know you are in the thoughts and prayers of so many, including myself. If you ever feel like talking, please call.
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Terry Hutson Gunter
My heart goes out to Ryans children I wish them all the best and hope God heals their hearts. My kids are classmates to them and they want to let them know they are truely sorry for their loss. Thoughts and prayers for everyone
Please accept my deepest sympathy for the loss of Ryan. Our prayers are with Ryan and all of you at this time.
Dear Mark, Sandra, Nathan, and Aubrey,
Hoping you find comfort in the memories that are yours to cherish always and strength in the companionship of those who share your loss. Ryan’s loving heart and beautiful spirit will last forever.
Love, Trish, Sean, and Patrick Kiely