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Ryan J Anglea

March 15, 1976 - February 5, 2020

Burial Date April 4, 2020

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Ryan James Anglea, 43, died unexpectedly on February 5th, 2020. He was born on March 15th, 1976 in Tacoma, WA.

Ryan was a proud and dedicated journeyman union carpenter. He loved skiing at Crystal Mountain, skating, watching the Seahawks and barbecuing with friends. In recent times, he was privileged with doing outreach work through the Salvation Army for the homeless and volunteering for Habitat for Humanity building anything he was tasked with. In recent years, Ryan found his faith in God. He was a member and greeter at Churchome in Seattle, WA.

His greatest accomplishment, however, was as a proud, loving and devoted father to his son, Cason and his baby girl, Cayli. He loved his children with every ounce of his being. This love will continue from beyond the stars. He recently and fearlessly started teaching Cayli how to drive. They shared a love for hip hop, often blasting the music and singing together. He loved teaching Cason to snowboard who bolted down the slopes the minute he got off the chairlift. His smile and enthusiasm were contagious when witnessing his son enjoy the hill as much as he did. He often bragged about how smart Cason was and knew his hands would be full with his sassy & beautiful daughter.

His silly ear to ear smile, unforgettable and piercing blue eyes, contagious laugh and eclectic sense of humor was loved by many. Ryan will hilariously be remembered by his friends as Hot Sauce. His love for it was insatiable! Ryan will be sorely and forever missed by his children, family and handfuls of friends who were like family and meant the world to him.

He is survived by his son Cason; daughter, Cayli; parents, Tom Anglea (Connie) and Anne Unckles who he lovingly referred to as Mommy Salami; sister, Malissa Anglea and former wife; Stephine Berg (Jason).

A Celebration of Life will be held at the Salvation Army Temple Corps on April 4th, 2020. 9501 Greenwood Avenue N., Seattle, WA 98103. A light dinner will be served from 5:30 to 7:00 pm with a service to follow. Please RSVP no later than Monday, March 23rd in order for preparation. Ph: 253-576-3087 or E-mail: [email protected]