Connie and Charles, I am saddened to hear of your dad's passing. Although no words can really help to ease the pain you must be feeling, know that you and your families are in my thoughts and prayers. Your dad was a great man and I cherish the many memories I have of him. Years may have passed but I will never forget all the good times we had growing up!
Connie / Charles, I first met your dad in Dec 1983 when I reported to work for him at the Ft Sam Houston Telecommunication Data Center. Richard was the best boss in my military career. I learned so much from him. He cared very much for all his troops. We met again in March 2005 when he was my Masonic instructor and together we worked / studied every Sunday at his kitchen table for my EA, FC, and Master's Degrees, which finally concluded on March 21, 2006. June, I know that your husband, my friend, my Mason brother, Richard Adaszczyk is now resting in our Lord's house.
Connie, Brian, Hailey, and Aubrey,
Your uncle and I were very saddened to hear about the passing of your beloved dad and grandfather. I know how much all of you loved him and I also know how much he loved all of you. You have some unforgettable memories of the wonderful times you spent with him and I know that is how he wants to be remembered. You are all in our thoughts and in our prayers and I know that this special man will be watching over you for the rest of your lives.
Aunt Liz and Uncle Louis(Brushy)
Connie, Brian, Hailey and Aubrey,
Your uncle and I are so saddened by the passing of your dad and grandfather. We know how much you all loved him and we also know how much he loved all of you. You have some very special memories of all the times that you all spent with your dad and grandfather, so hang onto to those special memories. That is what your dad would want you to remember...all those wonderful and happy times spent with him. Love you all,
Aunt Liz and Uncle Louis(Brushy)
Worked with Mr. Adaszcyk in the 1923 CG. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing and would like to extend my deepest sympathies and condolences to his entire family. God Bless.
Mr A was a tough and fair boss. I was a young Airman at Kelly AFB, TX and he was Army retired. I had deep respect for him. Since that time, when I ran in to him occasionally at Ft Sam Houston, he still had that great laugh. My prayers for comfort and peace goes to his family and loved ones.
I'm sorry to hear of Mr Adaszczyk's passing. My deepest condolences to the family. I will miss his smile and kind personality.I got to know Mr Adaszczyk when he visited his doctor's office getting his blood drawn. May he rest in peace with the angels in heaven. May God bless your family at this time of sorrow. Pia/ Wellmed
To Connie and Brian
Our prayers are with you and your family for the loss of your father. May he rest in piece and celebrate all the wonderful things he accomplished in his life
Samir, Melissa, Raiden, Soren
A kind man who truly cared about others.I am a better person for having known him. Richard will be missed.
Richard was truly a Brother to all who entered Army Lodge. We all will miss his hearty laugh, his grip and words. God speed Brother- we look forward to seeing you in the Lodge not made with hands. You truly made Army Lodge what it is today. Our heartfelt sympathy to your family.
Our condolences to the family on the loss of an attentive and loving husband, father, and grandfather. I enjoyed our conversations, Richard's insight, and his sincere regard for those around him. May he rest in peace.
- Robert Ramirez and family
Brother Richard was a very important man in my Masonic life. He kept in touch with me even after I had left San Antonio and informed me of Army Lodge concerns for me. I thank him for being in my life and send his family my prayers. Brother Richard, we will miss you. And please check on me every now and then.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you in this time of sorrow. Richard was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, and father-in-law to my son. May you take comfort knowing that God has given him Angel Wings and he's in heaven.
Richard brought so many happy moments in our lives and left us with so many treasure memories. His smile, his laugh, and how he and Grandpo seem to always have wonderful times talking together, sharing their stories time in the service without their earring aids. There will never be anyone quite like him and we will miss him.
May the peace that comes from the memories of love shared comfort you all now and in the days ahead?
God Bless You All.
Love, Madeline, James, & Grandpo
Connie and Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I know how much he meant to all of you. All my prayers go out to you.
Beverly Trammel, San Antonio, TX
My deepest condolences to the family. May the Lord provide you with the necessary strength at this time. Army Masonic Lodge has certainly lost a pillar and mentor. Richard you will be greatly missed.
Army Lodge will continue to thrive throughout the years to come, because of your commitment and because of all of the lessons that you have taught so many of us. I will miss your larger than life personality and smile. I always knew that the fun was about to start, whenever I saw you walk through the door. You have fought the good fight, you have finished the race, and you have kept the faith.
A time to be born and a time to die, we never know when that will be, but the good Lord does. God knows our pain and our loved one know the tears that we we shed once they leave. I know Richard will be missed, he is in a place of peace. God be with you all. Love Aunt Kathy
Praying for comfort and strength for the family and friends who will miss Mr. A.'s guidance and humor. May God bless his soul and welcome him with open arms.
I am very sorry for your families loss. I have known your dad/husband since we were little. We grew up on the same street with the big rock on the corner :) Richard was always such a sweet man, he always went out of his way to make a person feel special and that he did not to mention all his funny, silly ways he would joke with you. We all grow up and move on but the old neighborhood will always have the best memories!!! Much love to the Adaszczyk family.
God Bless you Mr "A"!!! The Peace of Christ to the Family. Mr A. gave me the biggest break in my career and put me with the best supervisor I've ever had. What a blessing you were to me... I'll never forget you!
To the Adaszczyk family, Mr A was a great man. His "larger than life" personality made coming to work interesting as well as fun. He will be missed.
James G. Byrnes, CMSgt (ret)
Kelly AFB 1988-1994
I wish to extend to you and to members of your family my deepest sympathy on your loss. May the Lord's loving promises comfort you and give you strength as you walk through this difficult time. On behalf of a grateful nation and an expression of appreciation for the honorable and faithful service rendered by your loved one.
If you wish for a personalized memorial sympathy card mailed to you with history of playing of taps, 21 gun salutes, meaning of each fold of the flag as a keepsake, please send your request to:
Chaplain Richard Reuer
Honoring Those Who Served Ministry
1206 6th St SW
Minot, ND 58701
Or click on CONTACT ME to email a mailing address for which card be mailed to.
This service is a free to all veteran families. I wish to thank you for your serving from one veteran to another - Thanks!
All My prayers to the family, Mr A. was a great man to work for. Rest my brother..
Our deepest sympathy in this sad time.