Dick helped me in so many ways. I delivered papers to his parents home in Wallingford when I was young. Then as the next door neighbor to the pharmacy we became friends. He helped me with architectural drawings for my house on 88th then complete plan drawings for the property next door and all he got out of it was a bird feeder. Will keep him in my thoughts and prayers forever.
We will miss our visits with Dick, and seeing him take his walk down to Sandpoint and back. He was considerate and a good meighbor. He displayed a sense of integrity which is seen less and less today.
Bob & Pat, Seattle, Wa.
So sorry to hear of Dick's passing. He was such a great neighbor. Always willing to help, so sweet to my children and a wealth of knowledge on so many subjects. He will be missed.
Terri, Samantha and Zachary
I have fond memories of Dick, especially in our younger years, when we often played tennis together. I admired his diligence in pursuing his education at the UW and receiving his degree in Pharmacy, and then, on from there . . .
Doris and I want to extend our sincere sympathy to Dick's family in their loss.
Our family is sorry to hear of Dick's passing. I always enjoyed my discussions with him when I visited. He would ask my opinions on various subjects and then listen intensely to my comments, even when I was a teenager. Sometimes he would agree and sometimes he would say he would consider my perspective. One time Rick and I were going camping and he was reluctant to let us use his camping gear. When I assured him that it would be returned in good condition, he gave permission. His trust in me made this teenager feel respected and worthwhile. I know all of you will miss him dearly.