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Richard J. Andresen

Longview, Texas

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I don't know what we will miss the most;
his homemade pumpkin bread, the best "Old Man" t-shirts ever worn, or the sarcasm and teasing that came from someone so full of life. We all miss Dick, and our thoughts and prayers are with his family. Dr. Steve, Lisa, Marcy,Darlene,Sarah,Gayla,and DiAna


Please know that Geno and I were thinking of you sorry for your loss and so sorry that we could not make it to the funeral services. I know you will miss him terribly but remember he is never more than a thought away. Keep him in your heart and talk to him..he will hear you and remain close always. Love you lots.. Janice & Geno

Bonny, my thoughts are with you and your entire family. I'm sure your Dad was comforted knowing that he was surrounded by those who loved him.

Bonny and Miranda, Im deeply sorry to hear the sad News about your dad/grandpa. We all lOVE our elders. But unfortunately, lives are taken from us when we least expect it. May he rest is soul. Take care......You're in my thoughts and prayers, Dana Coddington

Our deepest sympathies for your loss. Please know that we are here for you. We send our love, thoughts and prayers.
Tina and Darla

My condolences to all of Dick's family.

We will miss brother-in-law and uncle Dick very much. He was always a great host at family gatherings, and was ever-ready to help anyone with anything. He brought joy to the lives of those he touched.

Helen, Barby, Christy, Terry and Bonny, you and your families are in our thoughts and prayers. All our love, and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless

Dick was always our "handyman" -- ready with a hacksaw or a paintbrush or whatever we needed for our current project. He enjoyed his family and embraced life. His personality was as tall as he was.

Thinking of the Andresen girls and their families tonight. Helen, you were blessed with 61 years of marriage to someone who loved you very, very much.


Richard's Obituaries

Richard John Andresen left this life on March 21, 2012. He was born in Seward, NB to A. J. Andresen and Meta Stulich on December 29, 1930. He grew up in Sioux City, IA and graduated from Central High School in 1948. A veteran of the U.S. Air force from 1948 to 1955, he served in Japan during...

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