Wolfeboro-Ryan Patrick Goggin, 30 of Camp School Rd., Wolfeboro died March 31, at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston, after a courageous fight with Leukemia. Born in Portsmouth, NH October 26, 1986 son of Daniel James and Michele Nila (LaVanway). Ryan grew up in Wolfeboro and graduated from Kingswood Regional High School. Ryan served his Country for over 7 years with the United States Army. He was stationed in Camp Casey in South Korea, stationed and deployed from Fort Bliss (El Paso Texas) to Iraq with 1-37AR. After his deployment to Iraq he served in Washington DC as a member of the prestigious Old Guard, where he retired. Ryan had a gypsy soul with a yearning for adventure. He was able to touch the lives of people all around the world. His love of black raspberry ice cream from the Bubble, smooth drives on Sewell Rd, early summer dips in Lake Winnipesaukee, and wild nights at the tavern really soothed his soul. Survivors include his father Daniel and mother Michele Goggin (his loving caretaker) of Wolfeboro, a brother Shawn Goggin of Wolfeboro, a sister Brittney Goggin of Philadelphia, two very best friends, who were like brothers, Cory Cartier, and Staff Sargent Daniel Joseph Desaulniers, his nephew Oliver, who he treated like a son, his aunt Nicki and her family, and numerous beautiful friends he considered family. Ryan was a warrior, who never gave up. He lived a full life in his short time, and lives on in all of our hearts. He did what we are all here to do, touch lives and live every day to the fullest. He will sincerely be missed. A Memorial Mass was held at St. Katharine Drexel Church in Alton. Burial will be in the New Hampshire State Veteran’s Cemetery, Boscawen, NH in the spring… because Ryan hated the cold.