Ryland Cornelius Ammons

Ryland Cornelius Ammons

Suffolk , VA
12.08.1942 - 10.26.2019

Ryland C. Ammons, 76, of Lake Prince Woods Retirement Community, Suffolk, VA passed away on Saturday, October 26, 2019. He is preceded in death by his parents, Andrew C. and Ella G. Ammons. 

He retired from the Virginia Beach School System after serving many years as a school psychologist.

He is survived by his sister, Mary Jean Barbee of Newport News, Va and his niece, Leslie Spare of Toano, Va. 

Services will be private. Condolences may be registered at RWBakerFH.com.



We met Ry through Gary and Estelle Spachmann. He often came to the eastern shore to visit them. We were often included when he was here for dinner. Ry was always a kind, gracious,
and interesting man. We enjoyed the time we were able to spend with him. Condolences to his family.

Eileen and Jan

I was fortunate enough to work with Rye during his time as a School Psychologist. I will remember him as a kind, witty soul who approached his work in a pragmatic and caring manner.

Gay Thomas

Mary Jean, sorry to read of Ryland's passing. Hope prayers and memories sustain the family doing this time. Ryland's passing evokes many memories of our years growing up in King & Queen as neighbors and Pleasant Hill classmates.

J. W. Brown

We mourn the loss of our colleague and dear friend Rye. His insights, humor, kindness and wit will be greatly missed.

Elaine and Bill Parker

I was fortunate to work with Rye for many years in Psychological Services with VBCPS. He was a true Southern gentleman, and treated students, colleagues, and support staff with the utmost kindness and respect. I will miss him greatly.

Pat Dryer

We knew Rye 34 years and were fortunate to have shared enjoyable times at work, theater, "Tea at Three" and various social occasions. Rye was a witty, intelligent gentleman. who left many with fond memories.

Jean and Frank Palmieri

Jean and Frank Palmieri

I had the opportunity to work along side Rye for many years at Virginia Beach MS. We were not only colleagues
but became good friends over the years. We often celebrated our birthdays together because they were a day apart. Rye was a true gentleman, professional and friend. I will miss celebrating with him in December.
Karen Hatfield

Karen Elizabeth Hatfield

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