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Sadness runs through The Predators Organization
Submitted By LNewhall on Tue 11 08, 16
The North Central Predators have taken a hard hit as we lost a great coach on Sunday when Ryan Crowther passed away while away in Chicago with his Minor Midget Team.



Ryan was the co-coach along with Jeff Roe and it was his first season coaching with the Predators organization.  He brought passion and experience and he was not only sharing it with his team but making a difference in a lot of young men's lives.  

Ryan will be extremely missed by his team who will continue to battle for Ryan every time they put on their Preds jersey.  The Association has set up a trust fund account in Ryan's name so we may be able to support his very young family during this very difficult time.  There are many expenses for his family to cover such as having his body transported back to Canada, medical bills that were incurred in Chicago and his funeral arrangements.  

The Predators are asking any family, friends, teams or alumni to support in any way they can during this very emotional and financially difficult time.

Roger Crandell
President, North Central Predators

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