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December 04, 2017
Athens HIgh School class of 1950 will miss Richard and Maylo! I wrote a newsletter for the class for many years and he kept us all informed through the years! He was a nice and kind person and will be missed. June Burkes, Athens, GA
December 04, 2017
I went to high school with Richard 70 years ago in Athens. I remember him as a fun loving joker who I could never beat playing ping pong. I was astonished to run into him in the Federal Building after he came to Fort Worth. I also knew Maylo. FYI: I am a retired Regional Counsel of General Services Administration. It is a small world isn't it?
My condolences for your loss. My world feels a little smaller too.
December 04, 2017
I went to high school with Richard 70 years ago in Athens. I remember him as a fun loving joker, who I was never able to beat playing ping pong. I was astonished to run into him in the Federal Building after he came to Fort Worth. I also knew Maylo. FYI: I am a retired Regional Counsel of General Services Administration. It is a small world isn't it?
My condolences for your loss, and my world feels a little smaller too.

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