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July 16, 2018

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May 17, 2017
Dick was a man I greatly admired. Always so kind to everyone.
April 30, 2017
We will be praying for you . We are so sorry . Dick was one in a million . He will be greatly missed .
April 28, 2017
Dear Gregerson family,

I am so sorry for your loss. Dick was my great friend. He sat directly in front of me during our time together in the state senate. We passed notes between us like grade schoolers, sometimes serious but mostly frivolous, with many involving our conspiracy to get the better of Dick's seat mate, Senator Dick Flynn. He was smart, thoughtful and wise. He told great stories. He seemed always to have a bemused twinkle in his eye. He had an incredibly generous spirit. I know you will miss him desperately, as will I. Yet we know that he lives on in the lives of so many whom he touched. It was a privilege to call him friend.
April 27, 2017
Lisa and Kari and families. You have my deepest sympathy.

I was juror #12 a number years ago when he was representing Dr. R. and Tex Hoy for SV.
The trial lasted at least 10 days but what I so remember was his presence and his one of a kind gestures. Every day- day in and day out he would walk back and forth in front of us ever so calmly and charismatically with one hand in his pocket jingling his coins for affect.Never forgot that and that had be one of his trademark moves.
Texwould flambouant waving handsandall gestures in contrast to your father calm-sofly-and very assured.
MelTibbetts