Richard P. ASHLEY

Richfield, Minnesota

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Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Ashley Family on the loss of Dick. From knowing Steve I can imagine that Dick was a loving and gracious father and grandfather. We are sorry for your loss!


The Leslie Family-

Heather, Sorry for the loss of your Father in Law.

Dear Steve, Heather, and all the Ashleys,
I only met your Dad once at the wedding, but from the tributes and from his warm personality, I wish I had known him better and longer. My prayers and sympathy go out to you as this sad time. I am so pleased that a measure of his spirit gets passed on through our darling Drew. Consider yourselves hugged long distance.

My sympathy to the Ashley family as a fellow worker in the SLP school system I remember them with pleasant memories.
Peggy, it has been many years since I talked to you but your Dad with update me of your life at the SLP breakfasts.

LaVonne Samstad

You have our Sympathy from Orono Class of 1955. I was one of many students that liked and learned from Mr Ashley. In Geometry we set out the Orono practice football field. I shall always remember him as one of my favorite teachers.
God bless, Suzanne Wasgatt Johnson Orono class of 1955.

It was with great sadness that we learned of Mr. Ashley's passing on Monday. We (my wife and our two children) enjoyed many visits to St. Louis Park to visit with Mr. Ashley who served as my wife's guidance counselor at St. Louis Park High School. Mr. Ashley was always glad to see the kids and treated them just as though they were his grandchildren remembering their birthdays, holidays and graduation. Our deepest sympathies go out to Mr. and Mrs. Ashley's family.

Dave, Denise & Family,
Our condolences on your loss. You're in our thoughts and prayers.
Mike Dignin & Cheryl Skrypez

Dave, Denise, and family,
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you in this time of sadness. May memories help to comfort you and bring you peace.
Scott, Doreen and Ashley Swanson


Richard's Obituaries

Age 90 of St. Louis Park Served as an officer in the U.S. Navy during WWII and worked as a high school guidance counselor at St. Louis Park High School for many years. Preceded in death by his beloved wife of sixy-five years, Marie. Survived by children and their spouses, Steve (Heather), Peggy...

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