Richard-Trickle-Obituary

Richard Trickle

Iron Station, North Carolina

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Godspeed, and thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.

Add your message here. Dick i dont know what ta say after many races at golden sands you or billy voight would park the trailer with number 99 car on it in front of my dads bar tommys bar if someone was parked in front my dad would ask fairly decently if they could please move ya use ta bring my dad all kinds of business ta see alex bowman race for dale jr was so cool miss ya always

Remembering Dick Trickle today and all he meant to the sport of racing but, more importantly, all he meant to all of you ... his family. I lost a son named Chad age 18 in September 2009 in a car accident. There is so much pain in the world and while we can't fix that we can remember a wonderful man who gave us many moments in life to cheer about.

the best short track racer ever, watched Dick for years all over Wisconsin, rest in peace.

I am sorry for your loss. Be assured of God's love and comfort.1 John 3:20- God is greater than our hearts and knows all things.

when I was a kid I got to sit in Trickles #99 at Madison International Speedway here in Madison, what a great legacy with many short track wins. We miss you Dick.

Long live number 99 and no 3 dale and dick are together forever in heaven!!!!!!

Darlene, Vicky, Chad and Todd, So sorry to hear the news about Dick. He was a GREAT racer but a better friend. He will be dearly missed,
John O'Day III SUBURBAN 7 plus 1

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Trickle, Richard "Dick'Richard "Dick" Trickle, 71, of Iron Station, N.C., died of a self-inflicted gunshot. He had been suffering for some time with severe chronic pain, had seen many doctors, none of which could find the source of his pain. His family as well as all those who knew...

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