Ryan Tran death: How Ryan Tran Temple University death happened

News just broke about Ryan Tran death. Read below the announcement from Ryan Tran family announcing his death. A GoFundMe page has been created to raise money for Ryan’s funeral:

Ryan Tran death lailasnews


Ryan Tran was a beloved son, brother, and friend to many.

The Tran family asks for your help during this difficult time. All donations will go towards funeral expenses to give him the proper burial that he deserves.

All donations will be received by the Tran family. At this time, we ask that you keep the Tran family in your prayers. We deeply appreciate any and all support that is received. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

We ask that the Tran family is given the peace of mind during this very difficult time as they are left without a son and brother.

Ryan Tran death: How Ryan Tran Temple University death happened

Temple University student Ryan Tran died off campus on 27th April, 2019. Tran was a Sophomore in the College of Public Health and member of the Delta Chi Psi fraternity. He was from Reading Pennsylvania.

Read touching tributes from Ryan Tran’s friends, loved ones:

From Laura Do:

Ryan I can’t say how much I appreciate your kindness. You’ll always be in my heart. I’ll never forget our last hug. The world really won’t be the same without you.

Please take the time to pay respects to this wonderful person who made everyone around him feel safe and happy.
Please send your love to the ones who were touched in his life.

Dear Ryan Tran,

I remember the first time I met you last year. At first I thought you looked kinda scary but I think this is the furthest I can get to what you actually are. You’re a Papa Bear. I don’t know how else to describe you. You take care of people, make them feel comfortable. You even have that deep voice and calm attitude.

Thank you for taking me to McDonalds and for driving me all the way home at 4am. Thank you for putting up with my Vietnamese music and for making sure I’m always okay.

I don’t think you know how much your bros love you and appreciated that you made them feel welcome. You went out of your way to care for people and the world needs more people like you- people who care about other people’s well being and practiced showing it.

Nothing is going to change the memory of you being one of the sweetest people I’ve known. I hope you know that I am so sorry for all of the struggles you’ve faced and its so sad. I wish I hugged you longer when I saw you last night and I wish you could know how much I care for you and your happiness.

Rest in Peace Ryan. You will be missed.

The month of April 2019 will be something that I will remember forever. Shortly after losing my dad, I’ve lost another person I’ll miss forever. Please make sure to ask if your friends are okay and to really talk to them because you never know the inner demons they’re facing.

  • From Tina Hang:

I’m still in disbelief and shock. Words can’t express the emotions and thoughts running through my head. He was like the sun spreading light wherever he went..

May his soul rest in perfect peace.

Follow us on Facebook – @LovedOnesAlert; Twitter – @LovedOnesAlert for updates

Here’s a link to Ryan Tran’s GoFundMe page

One Comment

Leave a Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

US based Cameroonian journalist shares his experience with Nigerians lailasnews 3

US based Cameroonian journalist shares his experience with Nigerians

Ex-BBAfrica star, Vimbai Mutinhiri says Tobi won 2018 BBNaija lailasnews 3

Ex-BBAfrica star, Vimbai Mutinhiri says Tobi won 2018 BBNaija