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January 08, 2014
Diane - Deepest sympathies and remembrances of the Ieraci family over best of years in Pittsburgh.
December 27, 2013
Ieraci family,

My deepest sympathy on your loss. I have fond memories of visiting him at the Civic Arena when Dad and I would go there. I also remember "Dicky" coming to visit when my Dad was sick in the hospital. His encouragement was very appreciated.

Mark Cicerchi
December 27, 2013
Please accept our deepest sympathy. "Dicky" will be greatly missed by family and friends.
Ted, Janet, Paul & Linda Cicerchi
December 27, 2013
Chuck and I extend our deepest sympathies to the entire Ieraci family.
December 27, 2013
Some of my fondest memories of my childhood were of Grandpap Joe and Uncle Dicky in Baldwin. Uncle Dicky always had a smile on his face, and was always soo delighted to see us whenever we visited for the holidays or when we went to see him down at the Arena. He will be missed by everyone who knew him, and I consider myself a better man for having known him.
December 27, 2013
Rich Ieraci:
My Deepest Sympathy In The Passing Of Your Dad. May God Bless Him In Heaven
December 26, 2013
Richard (Dicky) was very much part of our youth living upstairs from the Ieraci's at 515 Belgren Pl in Oakland. Great memories of our youth.
Condolenses - Harry Rodis & Dolly
December 26, 2013
Ieraci's - May his soul rest in peace, and God bless him and his family. He was a special person. My Dad, Pappy Dapper, worked many years with him. Lots of wonderful memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Howdy & Charlene Dapper - Raleigh, NC
December 26, 2013
I will always remember Richard in the most positive light. From my first interactions with Richard at the Civic Arena, I could tell he was very protective of his friends and family. I was lucky to have someone like Richard keep a watchful eye out for me. Richard's advice and wisdom helped me tremendously over the years and even after retirement, he was still looking out for me.

All of us who knew Richard were lucky to have known him. I am glad he is at peace but sorry that I can't make it back to Pittsburgh to pay my respects in person.

Jay Roberts
December 26, 2013
Val,
You and your family are in our prayers. Sorry to hear of your loss - Bob & Joanne Evers
December 25, 2013
I loved my father-in-law and respected him so...I want to tell you about his goodness, as that is what lives on. Christ said to perform your good acts quietly...not to expect honor here as He will reward you in heaven...now he is in heaven so I think it right to say this now.
My father-in-law worked hard his entire life, provided for his family,served his country, loved his family. The point I want to make is that his goodness and love for others extended way beyond.
He sold tickets at the arena and the consul center many years of his life. Mothers would come to purchase tickets for an upcoming event. The mom would have 3 or 4 kids in tow. It turns out mom didn't have enough money to pay. My father-in-law would dig into his pockets and pay the remaining money the mothers could not pay. I only know this inadvertently hearing it once from his wife. This happened way more times that we even know. I never forgot that story.
This is what makes my father-in-law remarkable to me. He gave quietly...no mention, no drums. That is how he did everything.

These quiet acts of kindness is what makes him good, loving. There is no doubt in my mind that he is now receiving his reward.
These quiet acts make me love him more. He had a quality I strive to develop...humility. I always felt safe with you here. I will miss you so, Dad. Love, Paula
December 25, 2013
To the Ieraci family,
Im very sorry to hear of Richards passing, I have so many memories with him and dad, he will be sadly missed. my thoughts and prayers are will all of you at this time
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