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Timothy J. Ryan, 32

Obit Timothy J. RyanNorthborough – Timothy J. Ryan, 32, a lifelong resident of Northborough, died Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013 as a result of a seizure disorder.

He leaves behind his loving little boy & best friend, Timothy W. Ryan; his father, James Ryan and his wife Carol of Monument Beach; his sister, Amy Sanborn and her husband Geordie of Holden; his brother, Shawn Ryan and his wife Tara of Brimfield; three nieces, Devon, Molly and Sierra; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Born in Framingham, Tim was the son of the late Dianne M. (Hewitt) Ryan Ritchie, who died in 2011.

Tim worked at the former McManus Excavating in Northborough and was employed at Comley Excavating Co. in Leominster at the time of his passing.

He was commonly known at work as “Flyin Ryan” for his jokes and sense of humor. He loved sharing his hobbies with his son: trucks, chain saws, dirt bikes, and walks to the “job site.”

Calling hours will be held Friday, Oct. 4, from 5 – 7 p.m., in Hays Funeral Home, 56 Main St., Northborough. Tim will be buried beside his mother in Howard Street Cemetery, with interment conducted privately.

Please omit flowers. Memorial donations for Little Timothy's education fund can be sent by check made out to the Big & Little Tim Fund, Central One FCU, 714 Main St., Shrewsbury, MA 01545.

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