Richard Bernhardt Meister Jr.
Rich. You are going to be greatly missed in all our hearts. I will miss seeing you bowl as you are one of the greatest I have seen. I will miss the M & M's you would bring to bowling and share with everyone. Not seeing you will be hard and even harder to not see you drive your Roadrunner. Bowling and the Tucson community has lost a great and wonderful man. My thuoghts and prayers go out to your entire family and freinds. Rest in Pease my friend.
Richard sure touched a lot of lives with his love for the lord Jesus Christ, and his giving heart. He will be missed. We are thankful Christ is returning and that he will raise the Christian believers from the dead - we will get to see Richard again.
This is a very sad occasion for me. Richard was my very dear friend and bowling partner. He was known as the candy man at the bowling ctr. he always had a bag full of candy that he freely shared with all. He was a very good bowler, but a bad teller of jokes. haha. Let me tell you, he was proud to be a marine. Even in retirement, he cherished the corp. Semper Fi Richard and may God find you a bowling center up there. Art
Uncle Rich, Wednesday nights will not be the same from your jokes to your new colognes they will defniitley be missed. You were always a light of sunshine at the bowling alley. Our children will miss their Uncle Rich very much. You loved them as if they were your own blood. May your new days with our Lord be filled with no more pain and lots of laughter.
Uncle Rich, you will be missed by all of us at the bowling alley. Wednesday nights will never be the same. Our children will miss their Uncle Rich who loved them as if they were his own blood. We all know you are in a better place and are no longer in pain. You will be missed very much.