- Jim Bonia
- October 21, 2012 - 21:03
Congratulations on your retirement Sean. It's been a long, long time buddy and I hope you and your family are well. All the best with your new career. Love to hear from you sometime.
- Roy Collins
- September 04, 2012 - 17:02
We both would like to wish you Congratulations on your retirement and best wishes in your future endeavours.After such a long career in law enforcement you have earned your retirement. Roy and Gerri (former neighbour)
- D Burge
- September 04, 2012 - 07:49
Congratulations Sean. Seems like just yesterday that you were heading up to the main land for police school. All the best in your new chapter.
- September 03, 2012 - 08:04
Nothing against Sean or anything but if he loved being with the RNC why did he retire. This other job he has his taking a job from someone younger and probably more qualified and plus he will be getting his pension with the RNC and 70 thousand or 80 thousand dollars for this other job for a few years shouldn't be allowed in my opinion. He is taking a job from someone just coming out of university.
- Ewart Brace
- September 02, 2012 - 13:16
Congrats on a great career and all the best in the future. Respect is earned and you surely have that. Great job!
- Terrence Ryan
- September 02, 2012 - 11:36
Finally the accolades and support for an individual so accompolished, as a professional and as a person. Len and Rita would be so proud of their son. My family and I wish you continued success in your new endeavour. Congratulations to you and your family. Love Terry
- Bruce Lee
- September 02, 2012 - 11:34
As a long time friend of Sean Ryan I've come to know him over the years both as a RNC officer and as a fellow Martical Artist. This is a wonderful artical and tribute to Sean. I commend the Telegram and Danette Dooley for having focused on such a possive story. Well done, however on one small point I believe is worth menioning concerning this statement in the artical " Ryan also played a role in the design of the sculpture in the parkette dedicated to the constabulary at the intersection of New Gower Street and Queen’s Road in St. John’s — the work of Luben Boykov." I would like to point out that Sean didn't play a role in the design of that statue he was the sole creator! He came up with the concept, the design, right down to the orginal drawing of the work.
- Kelly Wilson
- September 02, 2012 - 00:36
Sean, congratulations on what must have been a brilliant career. The few stories you told me when we finally caught up for coffee a few years ago were enough to convince me you'd not only found a career but a calling. To be able to say you have lived and worked and really made a difference must be one of life's greatest pleasures. Good luck in your new endeavour and I hope to catch up again some day.
- September 01, 2012 - 23:54
You didn't mention that he did leave the RNC to work with the federal government but before his leave of absence ran out, to try out his new job, he returned only to jump rank on some that had unbroken service, but that would spoil a good story
- Marilyn and Jim
- September 01, 2012 - 09:59
Congratulations Sean on your well deserved retirement. It's so nice to read a good news story. You have done your hometown people proud as well as every other fellow Newfoundlander and Labradorian. We know you will continue to share your self with others no matter where you hang your hat !!! Best Wishes and once again congratulations on an out standing successful career.
- Paul Reddy
- September 01, 2012 - 09:50
Truly an exempliary individual and a resource that will be greatly missed from the RNC.