“Many years and many miles separate you and I from the days we shared in the sun. Good night dancing prince.
“In Honor of one of The Sweetest & Dearest Spirits who ever visited us at Dollywood! Dearest Richard, your Precious & Giving Spirit Lives on in all the Wonderful Memories we have of all your Fun Visits to see us with Tom. Your Amazingly Creative puppets will remain in my memoirs and close to my Heart....as will all of your generous offerings of Love shown through your Great Craftsmanship through the years.
I Thank God for your loving Presence..... and though we will miss you in...
“To The Pingley family & Thomas,
My deepest sympathy to all of you on the loss of Richard. Though our communication through the years was sporadic, I have and always will carry happy and beautiful memories of our young years. May you find some peace in knowing he is with his loving mother and beloved pet. (Boo Boo)
This photo represents how I will always see Richard in my heart and mind.
“To the Pingley Family: Please know that you are in our families thoughts and prayers. We meet Richard at Lewis Gale and he always had a smile on his face. We enjoyed the days he cooked and brought in his goodies. He put the patients first and I know we all will miss him deeply. Rest in Peace Richard!
“Richard I will miss u but I know now you are out of pain and u can dance again.
“Tom sorry for the lost of your loved one just no he is out of pain no more suffering
We are so sorry for your loss. Richard was such a kind and loving person. I enjoyed working with him for several years. And you know what a great chef he was! He will be missed by many, many people.
“Richard i we no you are in a better place then we are although u went unexpectedly we love you an will look out for tom an family will see you again in another life love ya
“We have not seen you in years but you were thought of everyday.we will miss you. love,diana and donald mays
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Richard Henry Pingley III, 53, of Roanoke, and longtime resident of Madison Heights, passed away Friday, April 26, 2013. He is survived by his spouse, Thomas H. Meeks. Born May 13, 1959, in Hampton, he was a son of the late Eleanor Jane Wamsley Pingley, and is survived by his father, Richard...Read More