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August 21, 2019

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August 17, 2019
August 14, 2019
I met Richard 3 years ago while visiting the Pythian Apartments in Vancouver and enjoyed many conversations in the cafeteria and lobby with him. Richard was always positive and upbeat-very refreshing. He was a wealth of knowledge and I often thought how Blessed his students, family and friends were just to know him. He was a kind, thoughtful and welcoming man and I consider myself to be very blessed to know him. RIP Richard.
August 12, 2019
Richard came into our health club after retirement. He was a member for over 25 years and was an inspiration to so many. We were thrilled to get postcards from his many travels around the world and he would encourage to do the same . I don't believe I have ever met anyone as sharp as Richard, at any age. He remembered our birthdays, anniversaries, or even the passing of loved ones. Richard took the time to visit my mom back in Massachusetts during one of his trips. Pragmatic to the end, he knew when to stop driving and move from his home to assisted living. He was not happy with the gym. Richard, thank you for your many years of conversation, wit, and humor.
August 12, 2019
My heart is so heavy with the loss of my friend Dick. He would of course bring humor to my life anytime I was down. He would listen and then somehow have me smiling or laughing. So that is what we need now. One of Dick's stories. Even in his 90s he would ride transit. I loved the story of Dick misunderstanding a transit official who was trying to prevent Dick from climbing the stairs in one of the older cars of the MAX train. The doors opened and there were the stairs. He didn't have time to get to the other car with his walker. Suddenly a nice young man appeared and helped him navigate the stairs up into the car. Well before he knew it he was the only person left in the car and he couldn't get out. Now you have to imagine Dick telling you this story. Sometimes you would have tears flowing down your cheek from laughing so hard. Dick missed his stop. He had to use the emergency button to call the driver and say he was trapped and couldn't get out. At the next stop the train stopped and the driver came back and freed our Dick.
There was nothing better than when Dick loved a story you were telling him and he laughed and laughed. He so enjoyed hearing a good story and telling a good story! A truly unique individual. An inspiration to us all!

I miss his presence in the world.
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