Judy and Family, So sorry to hear about Dick. I really appreciated his humor, when telling stories. Especially the ones that included "roundabouts" in the UK. Our prayers are with you and the family. He was a very special man.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Uncle Richard was one of a kind. So loving, funny, talented and kind! Love and hugs to you, and see you soon. -- Dave, Betsy and Emma McFarland
My prayers are with your family at this very difficult time. Dick has been a great friend and golf buddy over the years and he will be greatly missed at Stillmeadow and our morning group. He is with our Father looking down on us now with his great sense of humor brightening up everyones day. Peace to you and your family.
The Brauer/Storch family extends our deepest sympathies to the Bethel family. Please know we have the highest regard for Dick's support over the years, from the Ohio Company through Century Securities. His financial advice and mentorship was second to none. He positively impacted three generations in our family! We are grateful to him for that. My favorite Mr. Bethel quote: "...well Mark, municipal bond defaults are as rare as hen's teeth." Also, I'll miss talking about golf and southern California weather with him. May he rest in peace! Mark and Deb Storch, Mary (Bart) Brauer, Phil and Perrin Storch.
My memories are of humor, stories of making ice cream with the grand kids and a big heart.