DEATH -DEAD / OBITUARIES : Cst. Ryan “Chopper” Masales has died, according to a statement posted online on March. 26, 2020.
We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media.
Our thoughts are with the Masales family & @AbbyPoliceDept. Ryan fought a brave battle and is a inspiration to us all. We will never forget Ryan’s service to the community, or the amazing courage shown by the Masales family. https://twitter.com/ChiefSerr/status/1243223722812530688 … pic.twitter.com/g3L8rPAz0r
Today our #AbbyPD family lost a brother. Cst. Ryan “Chopper” Masales after a lengthy battle with #cancer. Despite his prognosis, Ryan never gave up or lost his sense of humour. Ryan & his wife Estelize showed so much love & courage throughout. #RestInPeace Ryan you fought bravely pic.twitter.com/1PjSxKGjG0
— Mike Serr (@ChiefSerr) March 26, 2020
Today Cst. Ryan Masales lost his courageous battle with glioblastoma. “Chopper” fought the good fight with an army by his side and beat the odds, giving everyone more precious time with him. He was a true warrior. Rest now brother. We will wrap your family in our blue blanket. https://t.co/VxZScruWgD
— S/Sgt Rick Stewart (@RickStewartAPD) March 26, 2020
We had the honour of interviewing Cst. Ryan “Chopper” Masales on an episode of Bend Don’t Break. We are thinking of Choppers family today, the@AbbyPoliceDept and all our brothers and sisters who share in the sadness of Chopper’s loss. #KnucklesUp https://t.co/t5pDV7uR7m pic.twitter.com/6iNEUZAbeg
— Delta Police (@deltapolice) March 26, 2020
Cause of Death.
We have no information at the moment on of caused death . This post will be updated as soon as we have that information.