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July 22, 2018

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July 22, 2018

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November 10, 2017
Pat!
Prayers and Love and Peace!!
October 27, 2017
The stubbornness big heart man I know. Quick with setting one straight and advice. Really going to miss you. You have been such a big part of Clyde,Jr,Kritis, Justin and mine lives. You live forever in our hearts and with God's grace we all shall meet up again in a wonder place. All our love to you and to my loving mom
October 26, 2017
Rick was a very sweet man. I am grateful for all he has done for his nephew, Dag. Grateful for the love he shown my sons. He will be missed.
October 25, 2017
I have known Rick since we were 10 years old in upstate New York. We played baseball and football got into trouble together and chased women together. I met my wife while swimming at Lake Hadlock with Rick. We were only separated when Rick joined the navy after high school. Rick was more than a friend. He was more like a brother. We found each other a few years ago and shared 40 years of experiences. We enjoyed sharing stories of his navy years and my years in the marines. R.I.P. Brother.