Esther Ryan established the shoe fund for disadvantaged school children many years ago. The best grandmothers are known for their pleasant disposition, dedication to the greater good, and being on hand when the kids need a little help with their shoes. The year-old Ryan, who is a retired Barberton City Schools nurse, founded the Esther Ryan Shoe Fund in the s after witnessing children who came to school with no socks, no food and little room to sleep at home. When school funds ran out to help disadvantaged school children, she took it upon herself to provide them with shoes, a charity run out of the trunk of her car. She eventually partnered with the Magic City Kiwanis which continues the effort. Released from the hospital April 20, Ryan returned home where she resides with her husband Bob, and is being cared for by her children. Bush Foundation, which celebrates the power of the individual to spark change and improve the world. She has been the grand marshal of parades, handed out awards to deserving community members and held countless spaghetti dinners to raise money for shoes. Nurse Ryan I would like to thank you for your Kindess in helping my boys with shoes during my life struggles I am truly saddened by your passing I find comfort in knowing that our Lord welcomed you with open arms heaven truly gained a angel RIP Sweet Lady. Sorry to hear of the passing of Nurse Ryan.
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