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January 31, 2014
I tried to write this hope it doesnt repeat 2 times but I want to say I love you dad and miss you so much. I know we will meet again. I feel you are at peace and with Richard Jr and are watching over the family as our gaurdian angels. Im so proud to have had you as my dad. Love Terry
January 31, 2014
January 28, 2014
My husband Scott & I had the extreme pleasure of meeting Richard in the spring of 2013 when he came to Alabama. I immediately felt very comfortable in his presence, when I met him at Terry's house. Within the first few minutes of meeting him, I already knew that he was a class act and a redneck all at the same time. We were blessed to spend a little time getting to know him. Richard, you are a tough act to follow, and without a doubt you have touched our lives. May you rest in peace.
January 27, 2014
Richard was a good friend and a lot of fun to be with - love playing cards together and fishing with him. Richard will be greatly missed.
January 25, 2014
Uncle Richard will always live in the hearts of those that loved him. Mary K., Paul and Danny, I am so sorry.
January 25, 2014
Schultz family,

I am sorry to say that I did not know your Richard, but I do know that he was a veteran of the Vietnam war... and we Vietnam veterans have a special bond with one another. There is no greater honor than to serve your country at a time of war and I just want to say "thank you" Richard for serving our country.

WE COME NOT TO MOURN OUR DEAD SOLDIERS, BUT TO PRAIUSE THEM -Francis Walker-

On behalf of a grateful nation, as an expression of appreciation for the honorable and faithful service rendered by your loved one, I salute you Brother Richard.

To his family, may your all find comfort in knowing that there are many other veterans that share in your loss. May your memories soothe you, your friends comfort you, and your family's strength help your hearts begin to heal. May the love you shared sustain you through this time of sorrow. May his memory be eternal. Please accept my deepest sympathy.

Asst. Chief Andy Callas (retired)
East Chicago Police Department
Vietnam War Veteran
1-4-68 to 12-4-69
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