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July 23, 2018

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May 16, 2018
I met Dick in 1983 when he, I, and a few officers were selected to implement the "Phase IV" computer enhancement program for the then Tactical Air Command, now Air Combat Command. We had a lot of travel and adventures for the next three years as we configured and installed computer systems throughout TAC. I transferred to Keesler AFB, MS in 1986, but we kept in touch via Christmas cards. On a visit to D.C. a few years back, after I retired and returned to the Langley area, we spent an afternoon with Dick and Lynn at their home in Alexandria.
I'm very sorry to hear just this week, via a Christmas card, that Dick had passed. Although he had told me of his cancer, he was still taken from us way too early. From one "Mole Holer" to another, I'll miss ya, Dick.
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December 22, 2017
I met Dick in 1983 when he, I, and a few officers were selected to implement the "Phase IV" computer enhancement program for the former Tactical Air Command. We had a lot of travel and adventures for the next three years as we configured and installed computer systems throughout TAC. Although I transferred to Keesler AFB, MS in 1986, we kept in touch via Christmas cards. On a visit to D.C. a few years back, after I retired and returned to the Langley area, we spent an afternoon with Dick and Lynn at their home in Alexandria.
I'm very sorry to hear just this week, via another Christmas card, that Dick had passed. Although he had told me of his cancer, he was still taken from us way too early. From one "Mole Holer" to another, I'll miss ya, Dick.
May 22, 2017
I knew Dick when he started at Reston as a computer operator. He told me he retired from the military and had just started his government career. One thing about Dick he was persistent in his career. Next he joined SAS and ended being my cube mate for about 8 years then my supervisor. He kept me entertained with countless stories about his huge family and of course about his children. My condolences to his family.
May 13, 2017
We are deeply saddened to learn of Dick's passing. Our memories of him are full of the joy he brought to the many football venues we shared. May the Lord keep you and bless you and my you take comfort in knowing that a special guardian angel is watching over you. With love,