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Ryan Joseph Viveiros, passed away peacefully on July 27th at Riverside Hospital in Columbus Ohio with his wife by his side.
Ryan grew up in Enfield CT, before moving to Ohio in the summer of 2017 where he married Jennifer Nichols Viveiros whom he lovingly referred to as his soul mate. From the time Ryan was a young child it was easy to recognize his offbeat sense of humor and his innovative ability to create laughter out of ordinary situations. Along with making people laugh, he also loved the challenge of a good debate which always left an impression on those he met. He had a deep admiration for those who dared to be different and if you were a friend of his, he thought of you as family. He had a clever way of choosing the perfect nickname for many which usually stuck with them. Ryan loved music - he enjoyed playing the guitar and piano, attending concerts, and listening to his favorite bands ranging from the Ramones and Green Day to NOFX and Gwar.
Everyone that knew Ryan would agree that we will never find a more honest, loving, caring, helpful, and selfless person than him ever again. The magnitude of losing him is immeasurable. It's untelling how many ridiculous, funny, semi-dangerous, and maybe slightly illegal things will be done - because when we have a decision to make we will think "what would Ryan do?" Always go with what Ryan would do, be safe doing it, and don't hurt others (and always blame Bob if caught.)
Ryan leaves behind his wife Jennifer Nichols Viveiros and stepdaughters Katelyn and Chloe, his mother and stepfather, Diane (Dunn) Sidway and Todd Sidway, his father and stepmother Jay and Ann Viveiros, sister Amber Sidway Pica and her husband Jose, sister Jayme Viveiros and nephew Declan, brother Shaun Sidway, nephews Hunter and Tucker and niece Morrigan, stepbrother James Gottier and stepsister Janet Willette, sister-in-law, Renie Sullivan and her husband Michael, neice Ava, and nephew Ethan, grandmother Donna Dunn, Aunts and uncles Sharon Viveiros, Donna and Wayne Conlon, Darcy and Joe Cricco, Rick Dunn, many cousins, and many kids he was “Uncle Ryan” to.
He will always miss them good old times in Enfield. Chillin in the back of Aetna Woods, the sand spot, and being an outcast that no one understood...except you all and you know who you are.
A short service will be held on October 19, 2018 at St Patrick’s Cemetery in Enfield, CT at 11:00 am where Ryan’s ashes will be buried alongside of his grandparents Jaymes and Catherine Viveiros followed by a celebration of life at The American Legion in Enfield from 12 pm to 5 pm. In lieu of flowers, you are encouraged to support a local artist or send donations to the Fender Music Organization to help bring music into children’s lives. Friends, family, and fellow outcasts are welcome.
And so it goes... \m/