Former C-T staffer remembered
“He would always say that he never felt sorry for the hand that was dealt to him”
Ryan Waldheger fought leukemia with a smile for every moment. As an award-winning Chronicle sports reporter, he battled the disease with the same zest that he used to tackle stories. via The Chronicle-Telegram
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#1 May 1, 2007
Ryan was a close family friend. He was an amazing person and all who knew him were lucky. Although, he'd argue with me that "he" was the lucky one! There's not a man out there that I know as good as Ryan was. I knew him through his best friend, Todd, who is my brother. Our family was lucky enough to have him in our lives for such a long time and he will be well missed and thought of frequently.
We love you, Ryan!
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