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Richard James Zaunbrecher 1975 - 2012

Richard James Zaunbrecher

Friday, November 09, 2012

Richard was more than a co-worker, he was a friend. What I'll remember about Richard:
? His infectious smile
? Can do, positive attitude
? His intellectual curiosity
? That guilty look he had when he played a joke or a prank. Like someone who swallowed the canary.
? Tailgating at LSU games (many times, more fun than the games)
? Attending his wedding to Arianne. I often reminded Richard that he married several pay grades up when he found Arianne.
? Him showing up to my flooded home after Hurricane Katrina with that big smile, boom box, and rolled up sleeves to give me hand to begin getting my life back in order.
? How much Will reminds me of Richard. He's fidgety, bouncy, and full of energy.
? Fishing (even though we didn't catch a lot of fish). Him, Arianne and a friend showing up at my boat dock in Slidell for a crawfish boil.
? His cooking.
? The great Cochon de lait at Le Bas's house to send Steve Taylor back to the UK.
? His quick wit and humor. His one liners.
? His bombardment of emails of how LSU was going to once again win the national championship and slaughter every team along the way. In particular his bombardment to Alan Power of how LSU would crush Auburn.
? I will miss his generosity. With his home, his family, his time, whatever was needed.
? I will miss his constant questioning. Our chats about life. Our shared interest to be better human beings on this planet.
? I will miss knowing that Richard is there as a friend. A friend you didn't have to check on or contact frequently but a friend that you knew would be there in a time of need. No matter how convenient or not.
Will miss you Z, Dan Flynn
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