Hundreds Use Twitter to Show Support for Grandville’s Ryan Fischer
Grandville High School’s Ryan Fischer is missed by his friends and family.
He has touched many people who never even met him.
Many have turned to Twitter to share pictures, memories, and offer support.
Hundreds attended a celebration of Ryan Fischer’s life which was held at Grandville High School on Sunday. Fischer’s visitation and funeral will be on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Support on social media has been ongoing.
Social media has many uses. One of the most important uses of social media is the ability to share news and support among family and friends during times of crisis.
Hundreds have taken to social media to show their support for family and friends.
There has even been a movement, powered by Twitter users, to get Fischer recognized on ESPN’s Sportscenter. The movement is being supported through the use of #GetRyanFischerOnSportsCenter.
Here are some tweets from those touched by the life of Ryan Fischer.
Your the best role model and brother a man could ever hope to have. I will always love and miss you brother. pic.twitter.com/6GmINNielA
— Connor Fischer (@cfischer_44) March 9, 2014
— Jack Johnson (@JackJohnson3) March 7, 2014
— Courtney Fend (@Courtneyfend) March 8, 2014
Deeply saddened to hear the news of MHSAA SAC member Ryan Fischer's passing. We grieve his loss with the entire Grandville community.
— MHSAA (@MHSAA) March 7, 2014
We are deeply saddened by the news that Grandville Hockey captain Ryan Fischer has passed away. Our prayers are with his family & team.
— Calvin Hockey (@CalvinHockey) March 7, 2014
You can't have a more perfect athlete, student, or person then Ryan Fischer. #RIPRyan
— C.M.M.☝ (@CassMillenbach) March 7, 2014
— Dan Harland (@DanHarland) March 10, 2014
— Happy Gilmore (@_Happy_Gilmore) March 10, 2014