Across the years and across the miles (from Kalamazoo MI to York PA) --- Jan & I were so sorry to read of Dick's death. He was one of those guys that one could really call "good." And a true servant of the Lord! I still call up the Tribune-Democrat online and saw the obit there. I know it's been literally ages since we saw each other, but I had to write and express our sympathy and condolences. Not that it doesn't hurt, we know, but you can be comforted that Dick is in the loving hands of Him who is Love.
Peace be with you. Ken & Jan Louder
Betty, Beverly and Family, You are in my thoughts and prayers as you mourn your loss. Take care of yourselves and each other.
I wanted to drop a note to express my condolences. Dick was a great man that left a lasting impression on so many. There is not a month that goes by that I don't think about him. He has taught me so many life lessons while I was growing up in our church. He always had time to share his advice or help out. He had such a unique style of teaching and giving you his undivided attention. I have many memories of golfing with dick and working on numerous painting and wood working projects. I want you and your family to know that Dick is in on my top ten list of people that influenced my life, thinking, and work ethic. I wish more youth had the opportunity to have a mentor and role model like Dick in their lives. I will be sure to keep you in my thoughts and prayers.
Betty, Beverly & Ed you have our deepest sympathy. Your friends, Glenda & Skippy
Just a wonderful guy. A few years ago I needed a place to park my trailer for Johnstown bike week. Dick & Betty let us park in the yard, and use their home as if it was our own. Dick even invited us in to watch baseball. Sunday morning they served us a great breakfast. I'll never forget that weekend. Dick you will be missed. Jeff & Roy