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Ryan William Craig
March 6, 1987 - April 5, 2012
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<div itemprop="description">&nbsp;It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved,&nbsp;Ryan William Craig, tragically in Bermuda on Thursday April 5th, 2012.&nbsp;Born March 6th, 1987, Ryan was a happy and easygoing baby who grew into&nbsp;a wonderful man with a &quot;million dollar smile&quot;. In his 25 years he&nbsp;accomplished more in life than most of us will ever dream of. His&nbsp;greatest legacy is that of a truly kind-hearted soul who touched&nbsp;countless lives.&nbsp;Ryan was an accomplished commercial, technical and rescue diver and more&nbsp;recently worked with Triangle Diving Bermuda as a PADI diving&nbsp;instructor. He was the leading force in the Ocean Support Foundation's&nbsp;campaign to remove the invasive Lionfish from local waters.&nbsp;A talented videographer and devoted Man U fan, he loved soccer, hockey&nbsp;and the ocean but most importantly his family... His wife, Madison&nbsp;Mello, parents Ann and Bill Craig, sisters Shannon (Chris Lambert) and&nbsp;Jaclyn, brother Adam and niece Riley. Mother-in-law Debbie Mello and&nbsp;sister-in-law Riley Mello. The many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and&nbsp;friends, both in Canada and Ireland, as well as, his &quot;diving family&quot;.&nbsp;A celebration of Ryan's life will take place April 21st at Glen Oaks&nbsp;Funeral Home in Oakville with visitation from 11am-1pm, service from&nbsp;1pm-2pm, and refreshments from 2pm-3pm.&nbsp;&nbsp;Cremation will take place prior to the service and Ryan's ashes will be&nbsp;interned at Glen Oaks and a portion will return with his wife, Madison,&nbsp;to Bermuda for a Seabed Memorial where his ashes will be scattered&nbsp;across Bermuda's South Shore and the dedication of a Spanish Anchor&nbsp;(early 1700's) bearing Ryan's name.&nbsp;&nbsp;In lieu of flowers the Craig family asks that donations be made to the Ocean&nbsp;Support Foundation ( in honor of Ryan. <br /> &quot;Here on the ocean floor.. This is my independence... down here I am&nbsp;free..&quot; <br /> <br /> </div>