Uncle Richard was a First Class kind of man... We enjoyed visiting him and Aunt Mary Lu over the years and always had such fun times. He was the best Chef ever, the best Rellanos, best chile. There is so much sadness with losing both of them. God Bless You Always. Thank you for your kindness and love.
Uncle Richard was absolutely a man of his word. He was so kind to everyone. He even made the trip to come to Dominique's graduation last year. He and Aunt May Lu will be forever missed but now they are together again. Love to you all, Cheri Anaya, Dominique and Victoria
FAMILY I WILL ALWAYS MISS ONE OF MY BEST FRIENDS.I KEEP ALL OF YOU IN MY PRAYERS
God bless all of you for sharing your great home and illustrious lives on Parker Road with your Las Cruces friends. We're all the better for having known you; until we meet again, then...
I'm thankful to have known him, danced with him, sing with him and to have received many hugs from him. He touched my heart like no other.
Dick taught me how to conduct business, how to carry myself with class and how to live life to its fullest. He was my mentor and I will never forget him! There will never be another like him!
I offer my sincere condolences to Richard's family and hold all of you in thought and prayer.
I am sad to hear this news today. I worked for Dick years ago but still talked about him all the time. Dick was a great man. I was fortunate to know him.
Dear Leger Family,
We remember your father and mother with love and respect. It was a pleasure to work with Mary Lu in theatre productions and to know your always kind, thoughtful and suave father. They were a dignifed and lovely couple.
Dick was an amazing individual who always shared his time and wisdom with those of us in the College of Engineering. He will be missed by many alumni, friends and faculty here at NMSU.
College of Engineering
New Mexico State University
I *bow* my head in honor of a man who touched my life, who mentored me with his wisdom and inspired with his optimism. A man who never gave up Hope!