Ryan Jack Page of Ball Ground, Georgia passed away Sunday morning, April 4th 2021. Ryan was a beloved husband, father, son, brother, grandson, uncle, and son-in-law.
Ryan was a member of Hightower Baptist Church; he had a deep desire to help and serve others in his church and community. He mentored and volunteered with the Hightower Baptist Church Youth Group. From downtown Atlanta to Guatemala, Ryan spread the gospel message of Christ to those in need. His abiding love for Christ was apparent to all who were blessed to meet him.
Whether it was fixing a fence on the farm or taking the kids on a John Deere Gator ride, Ryan was happiest when surrounded by family.
He was a devoted father and enjoyed playing with his son—instilling in him an innate love for nature that he himself possessed.
Ryan and his wife Katie enjoyed traveling together on road trips, serving God together, and spending time with family each year at the beach.
He worked at Tri Scapes Inc. Construction/Maintenance/Utility as a Portfolio Manager: he loved his job and work family there and greatly enjoyed beautifying the outdoors he so cherished. Ryan was always willing to go above and beyond for the job but also for those he worked with as well.
Ryan is survived by his loving wife Katie Chambers Page, precious son Noah Jack, brother Justin Page, sisters Jennifer Page, Megan Bush, Macey King, Mother Roxanne Hefner, Step-mother Lynn Page, grandmother Charlotte Gayton, and a host of aunts, uncles, and extended family who loves him. He is preceded in death by his father Stevie Page
Ryan frequently reminded his family that as Psalms 30:5 says “weeping may stay for the night, but rejoicing comes in the morning.”
Service will be Wednesday, April 7, 2021, 11:00a, at West Milford Farm, 7938 Ball Ground Rd, Cumming, GA 30028.
Scott Huskins Funeral & Cremation Services is in charge of the arrangements. 678-771-5566 | scotthuskins.com