Ryan Sharp Obituary, Death – On Thursday, August 6, 2020, Ryan M. Sharp, who had been a resident of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, and had reached the age of 37, died away at the Aspirus Riverview Hospital in Wisconsin Rapids, also situated in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. He spent the majority of his life in Wisconsin Rapids, which was his hometown. At three o’clock in the afternoon on Sunday, August 23, 2020, there will be a gathering held at Friendship Park in Friendship, Wisconsin, to celebrate Ryan’s life and pay homage to his passing. This event will take place in Friendship, Wisconsin.
On August 3, 1983, in the city of Wisconsin Rapids, which is located in the state of Wisconsin, Ryan was brought into the world by his parents, Keith Allen Sharp and Peggy Sue (LaBarge) Hargett. Both of his parents were born in the state of Wisconsin. In 2002, at the moment of his graduation from Adams-Friendship High School, he was presented with his diploma. He had completed his high school education. Ryan worked as a builder and contractor in the construction industry while also being self-employed in this field.
There were three things in the world that Ryan liked spending the most time with more than anything else: his ferrets, his dog Bubba, and his hummer. Ryan focused all of his attention on his family and made spending quality time with each member of the gang a top priority. He offered his family his undivided attention. In addition to that, he took great pleasure in developing novel concepts and doing novel endeavors. Ryan’s long-term objective has always been to start a business involving the buying and selling of real estate, and he planned to do so in collaboration with his sister Amy.
Ryan is survived by his mother, Peggy (Fiancé-Jeff Davis) Hargett; grandmother, Judy McGill; sister, Amy Ellis; step-father, Scott Hargett; aunts and uncles, Sandra Block, Will (Darla) LaBarge, Debra Danny) Light, Larry (Vallerie) McGill, Tammy (Greg) Mashalek, Kim Dalberg and Vicki Parrot; and nieces and nephews, Jordin Curry, Frank Curry, Darious LaBarge and Lulu LaBarge. His great-grandparents, Clarence McGill and Joe (Jackie) Turziak, as well as his uncle, Troy McGill, all went away before Ryan was even conceived.