Ryder Knechtle, a young Berks County child lost his tough battle with a malignant brain tumor. He lost is life on Thursday night, just a day after rejoicing his 6th birthday. In June 2019, Ryder was detected with rhabdomyosarcoma.
Ryder’s family declared his demise on Friday morning via the Facebook page, called the Rally for Ryder. The family said that they are sad but content that Ryder is no longer stuck in that body and is now able to play up in Paradise.
**Last Treatment Update** My beautiful baby is now an angel. A beautiful angel in Heaven! Ryder got his new body last…Posted by Rally For Ryder on Friday, 23 September 2022
In November 2020, a news channel introduced the then-4-year-old Ryder, when his friends set up a day of fun for the public to support his family. The occasion raised up more than $2,500, which was given to a non-profit association that supported Ryder.
Ryder also got the consideration of some local police divisions, as well as his home base force, which honored him with the designation of superior police officer. The department said that Ryder may not have detained any evil guys, but he definitely seized the hearts and love of several peoples.
It is with deep sadness that Special Police Officer Ryder Knechtle has passed away. His family said he passed away…Posted by Spring Township Police Department – Berks County on Friday, 23 September 2022
Hamburg Mayor George Holmes managed the pledge of office to Ryder and also swearing him in as a superior police officer. Holmes said that they are distressed by the loss of Ryder, but happy that they had the chance to touch his life as he touched theirs.