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July 21, 2018

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July 28, 2017
Hello Rick. I have been so blessed to know you and your family for many years. I will always miss you but I know you are in peace now which helps the heartache I feel. Please hug Rob and Randy for me. God bless your family and I pray they stay strong after loosing such a wonderful part of their lives. Love always,Becky
July 7, 2017
I loved this guy! Not only because he was my cousin, but because he was just a great person. I'm going to miss talking to him about gardening and hearing his voice when he called on the garden show to share a good garden story. He was a really special guy and I'll miss him a lot. I'm glad for my happy memories of Rick.
July 6, 2017
I am so sorry for space that has been left by his loss. He was a big hearted man who touched so many. The fish will be at a loss without Rick chasing them.
July 5, 2017
Richard Olson family, I am so sorry for your loss. Because I worked at Ennis Furniture with Anona, I was privileged to get to know Rick and his two brothers Rob and Randy as they were growing up. Rick and his brothers were fun loving, and full of energy - - and Anona had her hands full raising them. Thank goodness she could get them outdoors to the McCall cabin to the great outdoors.

Because Anona knew that I loved to fish , she would tell me about Rick's catches all the time as he grew up. She had fishing story after fishing story about Rick and his brothers. She loved to talk about Rick's great enthusiasm about the outdoors - his love of being there.

As I have expanded my fishing to Salmon and Steelhead the last twenty years, I found myself running into Rick and his many fishing friends - - all over the state.
I would love to know how many miles he put on his motorhome pursuing salmon and steelhead. Having fished near him many times, I can attest to his prowess. He understood where in a large body of water where they were lurking. I found out Anona's bragging was not over exaggerated!

For me, as well as many others that Rick befriended ( which he did so easily with his soft spoken way ) : there will be an empty sad feeling not having him be on the river where you expect him to be. He touched many lives - - just being Ricky.


Craig Davis