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May 24, 2010
Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
May 21, 2010
Only admiration can be said of a man who
was an adventurer of aviation,sailing,classic cars and all along the way helping raise a loving family with his sweetheart Joyce.He did all these things in Alaska while it was still "The Last Frontier".
I had the great opportunity to drive with Dick from Washington State to North Dakota in his 1938 Darrin Packard for a family reunion of 100 years of coming to America. His Darrin has a plate which reads: Life Is Too Short To Drive A Boring Car. His life was far from boring.
Dick welcomed me into his family when his daughter Gail & I met during Iditarod in Nome and latter married.
I'm a lucky guy because Dick shared a part of his life and family with me.
May 21, 2010
Having flown with Munz Airways in my fur buying expiditions up North I was struck by Dick;s fairness and concern for his passengers. He was a hands on pilot-owner. When our plane crashed on Little Diomede Island in 1964 he came out in person for our rescue, which I remember his concern for his passengers rather than his airplane.

Rest in peace;

Perry Green
May 21, 2010
Joyce...how I wish we had visited more recently. One simply cannot procrastinate. I have thought often of calling you... please know that I am sad for you, but glad you two had so many special years.
fondly, pauline reed.

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Dick & his 1938 Darrin Packard

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