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November 14, 2013
Dick was responsible for me getting my first mortgage loan as a young community Organizer for the Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation in Detroit. Dick was an exceptional human being who I considered a friend. My sincere condolences to his family.

Bill Johnson
Milwaukee Wi.
June 06, 2013
What fine and fun times we had while Dick was with !st Federal of Michigan.
May 13, 2013
An old St. Louis friend whom I greatly admired, Dick and I, sometimes with Bob Smith who had moved to Savannah, got together on the Savannah golf course, at his beautiful home with his lovely wife Audrey, and elsewhere in Savannah over the last several years. A most loveable guy. I send my sympathies to his loving wife and family. George/Jerry Bitting
May 02, 2013
Dear Uncle Richard,
May you rest in peace. We love you and miss you!!!
April 28, 2013
Please accept my most sincere offer of sympathy on the passing of Richard Platt. I am sure that he will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him, and by the city (Savannh) and the nation he selflessy served with all of his energy, intellect, loyalty and devotion. There is no greater measure of a man's life than how he answers when called upon to love, serve and protect his family and his country.
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