Richard A. Peppin

Plymouth, Minnesota

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Our condolences to Mary and the rest of her family. We will always remember Richard for all the happy times we had in Estero. How he loved the "garage parties" and the poker nights. Blessings to all.

Richard I will miss you. I remember when you asked me my name and I said "Guess" I will be thinking about you a lot. I am working for Loram Maintenance of way supporting you. You have brought Loram so far. You where a amazing man. I am glad I was able to meet you and be around you with Gina and joe.

To the Peppin Family -

Your Dad/Grandpa was a very special person to me as I know he is to all of you. We had so much fun on the lakes together. He was a warm and loving man. When I got older, he said I could call him Richard. I never could address him that way. To me he was and is "Mr. Peppin". Larger than life. Sweet as can be. I will think of him and my Dad sitting around in heaven talking about the grand kids, probably arm wrestling, and arguing about politics....

Gregg, We were saddened to hear the news of your father's passing. Keeping you and your entire family in our thoughts and prayers, Ben Golnik and Tom Steward

My condolences to the Peppin family and Ronnie for the loss of your brother,I know you guys were close.May the Lord bless you and keep you thru this difficult time. Ralph Schumacher

Lisa - We are so sorry for the loss of your Dad. I know how much he meant to you. Please know that I am keeping all of your family in my thoughts and prayers. I love you

Buster and I send our love and support to all the Peppins. We will miss Dick but will always remember all the fun and good times we've had. He was a good, good man.

Mary and family, our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. This leaves a large hole in the "up at the cabin" experience.

I first met Richard almost 30 years ago when I was working for Canadian National Railways as a young engineer on a special project relating to rail grinding strategy. It was soon obvious how much passion Richard had for his work, and at that time he was very determined to get Loram back in Canada working on CN. It didn't take very long for him to reach this goal, and his leadership and determination continued to create many more success stories, arguably leading to Loram's ongoing efforts to...


Richard's Obituary

Richard Peppin passed away in Plymouth, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Richard are being provided by Plymouth Chapel. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on January 25, 2013.