Aaron Mark RYAN

Constable

NSW Police Force

Motor Cycle accident – Off Duty

Moree, NSW

4 July 2013

Constable Aaron Ryan

Constable Aaron Ryan

Memorial: NSW Police force Service Memorial Wall, Sydney Police Centre, Surry Hills, F8 ( right wall )

 

Aaron Mark RYAN, 35 old, Regd. No. 46230 attached to Moree Station.

Aaron passed away on 04/07/2013 and his funeral is proposed to be held at 10.30am on Tuesday 16th Instant at the Richmond Room, 5 Regatta Avenue, BALLINA.

 

Barwon LAC – NSW Police Force
An off-duty police officer has died in a motorcycle crash on a private property north of Moree this afternoon.

Constable Aaron Ryan, 35, from Barwon Local Area Command died after crashing his motorcycle on the rural property off the Newell Highway around 25km north of Moree.

He died at the scene and investigations into the cause of the crash are continuing.

Barwon Local Area Commander, Superintendent Jenny Hayes said the command was struggling to come to grips with the loss.

“Aaron was a one of our finest young officers and he will be dearly missed by all,” Supt Hayes said.

“Since joining NSW Police in 2010, he had served as a general duties officer at Barwon Local Area Command.

“He was well-known and popular not only in the command but also within the local community – his death will affect everyone who knew him for a long time.

“His family have asked their privacy be respected and counselling is being provided to all those officers affected.”

 

 

http://www.moreechampion.com.au/story/1619095/tributes-to-constable-ryan/?cs=12

TRIBUTES have piled in over Facebook from residents and the friends of Constable Aaron Ryan.

Constable Ryan died in a motorcycle crash on a private property north on Moree on Thursday afternoon.

The word spread quickly through Moree as Constable Ryan has served as a general duties officer at BAC since 2010.

Residents have written on the Barwon LAC Facebook page sharing their memories and deepest sympathies to Constable Ryan’s family, friends and his fellow work colleges.

“(It is) so sad that someone so young, with so much ahead of him was taken from our community. I pray for his family that they will find some peace in the knowledge that he was well-liked and respected in our community,” one local wrote.

Friends of Constable Ryan were quick to pay tribute and share their many happy memories together.

There were many nicknames and descriptions about Constable Ryan, with one friend describing him as a beautiful, kind and gentle soul.

“Good memories of a very funny guy from high school who grew into a lovely man. Rest in Peace Aaron, you will be sorely missed,” a friend wrote.

Another said “Hooter you made the biggest impact on so many people’s lives mate. Gunna miss every bit of it my mate. Never forgotten, rest in peace my brother.”

Barwon Local Area Commander, Superintendent Jenny Hayes said the command was struggling to come to grips with the loss.

“Aaron was a one of our finest young officers and he will be dearly missed by all,” Supt Hayes said.

“He was well-known and popular not only in the command but also within the local community – his death will affect everyone who knew him for a long time

“His family have asked their privacy be respected and counselling is being provided to all those officers affected.”

If you would like to pay tribute to Constable Ryan, comment below.

 

http://www.pansw.org.au/public/latest-news/death-constable-aaron-ryan

Death of Constable Aaron Ryan

5 July 2013

Western Region is mourning the loss of Constable Aaron Ryan, 35, from Barwon Local Area Command who died on 4 July after crashing his motorcycle on a rural property off the Newell Highway around 25km north of Moree. He died at the scene and investigations into the cause of the crash are continuing.

Barwon Local Area Commander, Superintendent Jenny Hayes said the command was struggling to come to grips with the loss.
“Aaron was a one of our finest young officers and he will be dearly missed by all,” Supt Hayes said.
“Since joining NSW Police in 2010, he had served as a general duties officer at Barwon Local Area Command.
“He was well-known and popular not only in the command but also within the local community – his death will affect everyone who knew him for a long time.
“His family have asked their privacy be respected and counselling is being provided to all those officers affected.”

Farewell Constable Aaron Ryan

A MOREE police officer, who was killed off-duty, has been remembered as a loving family man, who was full of life and from a policing family.

On Tuesday 16th July, police from Moree and around the state, as well as family and friends, farewelled Constable Aaron Ryan, 35, who was tragically killed in a motorbike accident on a farm north of Moree on July 4.

Dozens of Constable Ryan’s colleagues made the trip to Ballina for the final goodbye to the father-of-two, while about 50 police and emergency service officers paid their respects at a private service held at Moree Police Station yesterday morning.

Detective Senior Constable Greg Ryan released a statement to The Northern Daily Leader paying tribute to his brother, who had only been in the police force for two-and-a-half years.

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