Dick and I were friends and colleagues during his years here in Boston. I will always remember him as a superb physician and a truly wonderful person. His calm manner and quiet strength inspired confidence in those around him and improved the lives of countless children. He will be missed.
Dr. Marnach was a gifted anaesthesiologist and a pleasure to work with--he could always be counted on to help answer a question about a patient, and devoted his life to relieving suffering in fragile children who needed his help so much. He is missed.
I was so sorry to hear of Dick's untimely death. He was a roommate of mine at St. Johns. We had lost touch with each other over the years. We had many a long discussion and Dick was very animated about them and his ideas and questions.
Feel blessed to have met Dick at Brian Lederer's, celebration of life. Brian was my boyfriend. Brian did maintenance work on Dick's aircraft, a few times. Dick was a beautiful person. So kind. So very sorry to hear of his passing. Deepest sympathies to his family and friends. Another "beautiful" star in the sky.
My deepest sympathy to Dr Marnach's family. I worked with him at Gillette Childrens Hospital, what a wonderful person. He will be missed by all.
Lorraine and family,
Our deepest sympathy in the loss of Dick. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of sorrow.
The Berg Families
To the Marnach family, on behalf of the American Red Cross, please accept our sincerest condolences. We had the pleasure of meeting your father and despite fighting for his own life he wanted to help the Red Cross further our lifesaving mission anyway he could. He was so grateful for the work we do, and we in turn are so grateful for the work he did. He was an amazing man and it was a privilege to have known him. Take care.
American Red Cross
So sorry to read of Dick's passing. I was in school (K-12) with him. I remember him being very smart, funny and a little shy. It didn't surprise me one bit that he did so much with his life. A life well lived--what an accomplishment. What a guy!
I met your wonderful father during his pediatric anesthesia fellowship in Boston. He was kind, soft-spoken, so intelligent, and always a gentleman. I adored him--as did many others! I thank God for bringing him into my life. I am so sorry for your loss.
Sincerest condolences to the Marnach family. It was a joy to know and work with him,he will be greatly missed.
My beautiful bride Roberta and I were married in the Cathedral of St. Paul in 1969. I laid her to rest at the age of 58 in 2003. My sincere sympathies to Dr. Marnach's family and friends. After reading his obituary I felt compelled to sign this beautiful man's guest book.
Deepest sympathy to Dr. Marnach's family. My fondest memories of a cousin who was a great childhood friend.
Dear Aunt Lorraine and Family,
We are so sorry for the loss of Cousin Dick. May you find comfort and peace at this difficult time. God Bless each of you.
Donna and Ben
With deep sadness I give my condolences to Dick's family. Your dad, son, brother was so special. He was one of the most generous people I've known. He was generous with his mind, heart and spirit. He gave much and took little.
Dear Andy and family,
We are thinking of you at this time. Your Dad was a wonderful man. He always took the time to visit when ever
our paths crossed.
Our dear friend Dick-May all the kindness you have given to the disenfranchised children of the developing world come back to give your boys comfort. You were a dear, good man.
My deepest condolences to Dr Marnach's family... He was so kind, soft-spoken, and very knowledgeable of our pediatric population (both at the hospital and on a mission trip).. He will be missed..