As the sun set on a weekday in March, a shaken city gathered outside its local roller rink to grieve the loss of a beloved community pillar. To teary-eyed mourners holding lit candles outside Cal Skate Grand Terrace that evening, Ryan Harsany was a family member and a friend, an effervescent business owner, boss and supporter of area youth. To longtime roller skating coach Lori Becker, the late rink owner was the man who gave her four-wheeled athletes more than a practice facility, but a home – somewhere novices and veterans alike could fall, get back up and, ultimately, blossom into nationally-ranked roller skaters. “It’s invaluable to have a practice facility where owners and management care more about the kids and their goals than they do really anything else,” said Becker, of Redlands. “It’s the foundation of the community. For us, for skating, without that support, not one of my skaters could compete locally and be successful, let alone make it to this level of championships.” Chance Becker, 16 from Redlands, and Evie Berg, 15 from Riverside, practice for the upcoming World Roller Games in Barcelona, Spain at Cal Skate in Grand Terrace Wednesday evening June 12, 2019. The g...