“Uncle Richard was always so kind to our family over the years. During our last visit to NC, he invited us to go see Mag's gravesite with him. That hour with him will be a lasting memory forever. What a decent, caring man he was. He lived his life by example as a devoted husband, loving father, generous friend and thoughtful man. We will miss seeing him on our next visit, that's for sure. To Larry, Mike, Steve & Jeff...we mourn your loss today but celebrate a life well-lived.
“Richard was truly an excellent example of a kind, humble, gentle man and will be missed by all who love him in our Sunday School class. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this time of sadness, but Richard is finally where he wanted to be with his heavenly Father and his beloved Mag.!!!!
“Thank you for your World War II service to our country, and for your friendship, Richard! I wish for God's blessings to be bestowed upon your family during and beyond this difficult time! May you rest in eternal Heavenly peace! You have certainly earned it!
“Richard gave my brother and I a place to work where our parents knew we would be safe. Transportation not a problem he came and picked us up. He taught us many things but most of all that it is possible to have fun when you are working. He and Mag were always so nice to us and both will be missed.
I know he missed Mag but wanted to take care of his sons and make sure they were ok before going to see Mag. You all please take care of each other for yourselves and your parents. No matter...
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CLIMAX — Mr. Richard Garland Fields, 87, passed away on Friday, November 9, 2012 at Beacon Place.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, November 12 at Bethlehem United Methodist Church. Interment will follow in the church cemetery.
Mr. Fields was born...Read More