Richard-Albers-Obituary

Richard A. Albers

Apr 29, 1933 - Jul 25, 1912

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Big R Anne and I will miss you! We had some great times together.

LOve you Dad And miss you everyday!!! Your daughter

Duanne sorry about your dad he was an amazing man. Give your mom an extra hug for me. Keeping your family in my prayers

On behalf of The Greater Cincinnati Fire Retirees we wish to express our sincere sympathy to Dick's family.
I worked with Dick for many years in Avondale and Price Hill. he was an outstanding firefighter and gentleman
he surly will be missed.

My heart goes out to you in this time of grief. May fond memories of your time shared with Uncle Dick get you through this difficult period, and may you take comfort in knowing that his suffering is at an end.

He was a wonderful man, I know he is in heaven now looking down at all of us. We will be with him again in the after life. I have you all in my prayers.

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Albers family and anyone who ever knew Uncle Dick. I have fond memories as a child going to Westwood and visiting with the Albers family and spending time with my cousins. Uncle Dick was a wonderful man who could always make people laugh. Now you can join your departed family and make them smile, I'm sure their glad to see you. I'll make sure I have a cold beer in your honor today. Rest in Peace Uncle Dick.

May your hearts be filled wth the loving memories and joyful times that was shared with Uncle Dick. He will always be with you and with God's grace, the pain will get a bit easier as our lives go on. May we rejoice that he is now in heaven with our other loved ones that have passed on before him. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

I HAD THE PLEASURE OF MEETING MR. ALBERS, WHAT I NEW OF HIM WAS A GREAT PERSON. EXTENDING OUR SYMPATHY TO THE FAMILY AND KEEPING YOU IN OUR PRAYERS.

JIM & TINA LIENEMANN

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RICHARD A. ALBERSRichard A. Albers, 79, of Sebring, Florida, passed away Wednesday, July 25, 2012, in Sebring. He was born April 29, 1933, to William M. and Myrtle (Tucker) Albers in Cincinnati, Ohio, and had been a resident of Sebring since 1993, coming from Cincinnati. He was employed as a...

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