My condolences to Richard's family. I got to know him in the mid-1970's when I was a friend of Cathy. He was very likeable and had a dry sense of humor that I appreciated. RIP
Words cannot express the saddness I have in my heart from your passing. I am truely blessed to have had the pleasure of meeting you at the Dips many moons ago. You were always there for me to talk to and honestly treated me like one of your own daughters(they are very lucky to have had such a wonderful man for a father). We have shared many stories and memories that will live in my heart forever. I'm sorry I didn't get the chance to see you one last time, but I guess I always thought you would be back. I am happy that we were able to talk on the phone this past tuesday, and I could tell you that I loved you. The Dips has not been the same without you for me and it never will be. You will be missed by many people there, as well as everyone that had the opportunity to know you.
Rest in Peace, Cowboy Rich.
I was so shocked to hear of the passing of Richard. I remember him growing up, and us having a great time down at the farm. It was also fun at the Christmas parties that we had at pop-pop Doerrman's and Nana Doerrman's house. I know he will be sorely missed by many. My condolences to you all. I am so sorry I can't make the services, because of job requirements. Had it been in the evening, I would've been there. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Love to all.
Kathy so sorry to hear about the passing of your dad
Dick & I worked together at Reading Brewery A great buddy he was. Will be missed. God bless him.