Dear Diane, Jennifer, Stephanie,Laura, Bill and Daisy
I was shocked and saddened to hear of Rick's passing last September. Please accept my deep(belated)condolences. Rick was a great friend who I looked up to and thought the world of. Bill and Daisy were fanastic, generous parents who I remember very fondly. We were close friends but I hadn't seen Rick in 35 years and had lost touch. We were friends, played football together at Ridgemont High(probably at the time of the photo with the fu manchu), worked together at Paul's Sundries, listened to Steppenwolf and cannoed the Rideau from Ottawa to Kingston. I only found out about his passing today by googling his name in an attempt to catch up. I'm so sorry I wasn't able to do so earlier.
I can see by the other entries that as a man, son, husband, father and friend, he remained the way I remember him and has obviously left a wonderful legacy.
Diane, Jennifer, Stephanie and Laura,
I'm sorry I have not had the opportunity to meet you but if you are ever in Ottawa you're welcome at our home and I'd love to meet you.
Bill and Daisy, I think of you and your kindness and hospitality often and hope you are well and wish you the best.
Dear Dianne, we were saddened to hear about Rick. Our hearts and thoughts are with you. Chris & Kathy
I worked with Rick for many years at the Canadian Pacific Police and he was an outstanding guy. Always had a smile on his face. I am sure he will be missed by many.
Nancy & Brian Armstrong, Caledonia, ON
We were very saddened to hear of Rick's passing. Please accept our condolences at this time.
The Karagach family
god i miss you....i was lucky to have you in my life ...i will cherish the memories that i have forever xoxox