I am so sorry to see Richard has passed away. I remember him from YPF at Emmanuel Church, and we graduated together from Brown Elementary and Lincoln High school. He was admired for being the Drummer in the high school Band..The Lincolnaires. But before we even went to high school, I remember our "liking" each other . He was a nice boy and the world is a sadder place for his not being in it!
I had the honor of taking a group dance lesson from Richard Conseur for a special occasion. Richard was extremely kind, knowledgeable, inspirational, and made the evening an enjoyable one that we have cherished for a long time! My sincere condolences. I know he will be missed by many.
Richard will be greatly missed. Every Christmas, I am looking forward to receiving a card from him and Carmen which he, himself, writes and sends. He was that kind of friend who will always make you feel special and appreciated.
Livia "Ba" Fernandez
So sad to hear about Dick's passing. My wife and I were students of his in the mid 1990s. We really enjoyed our time learning from this fine teacher and person. Rest in peace Dick. May you teach the angels a few steps.
I had the pleasure of being Dick's neighbor for close to 30 years. Our relationship, while literally an over-the-wall man-to-man conversation sort of thing, was, in its way, special, as was Dick. He was a truly amazing man who I both enjoyed and respected a great deal. His fight against all odds was, in a word, remarkable. I will miss his upbeat, very positive and always funny persona. Peace to you my brother.