Ryan Andrew Peacock, 21, of Vero Beach, passed away on April 11th, 2021.
Ryan was born in Vero Beach, Florida on March 22nd, 2000 to his parents Christina and Johnny Peacock. Ryan married his wife Carly (Baldwin) on February 13, 2021.
Ryan worked as a crew leader on underground utilities for Meeks Plumbing for 4 years. He had an incredible work ethic and never said no when asked.
Ryan loved the outdoors; spending a lot of his time hunting, fishing, 4wheeling and boating. Ryan was full of life and had so much love for his family and friends. Family was everything to Ryan.
Ryan is survived by his spouse Carly Peacock, parents Christina and Johnny Peacock, Brothers Johnny and Matthew Peacock, Grandparents Joy Peacock, Robert Weisbecker and Barbara Marinucci, along with Aunts,
Uncles, cousins and many friends.
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