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January 29, 2020

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January 19, 2020
Dick though I'm sorry to see you go you did have a good life. I remember our times together when we lived together with your dear mother in Los Angeles.
We truly were like brothers.

You will always be in my heart and I take comfort that you will be well comforted on the other side.

Good by for now dear Dick.

Your cousin

Max
January 8, 2020
This news makes my heart ache. Dr Leshgold was my first employer in the dental industry and I learned so much from him. He was that rare combination of amazingly talented clinician and truly wonderful, caring man. His patients loved him. He was truly a pain free dentist with the hands of a healer. So many memories... business man special baseball games after work on Wednesdays. Trips to dental conventions in Hawaii. Trips to Palm Springs. He and his wife made us all feel special. He hired me right out of school and I remember on my first day of work I spilled some rubber base impression material on his wool slacks. I was pretty sure he would fire me right then...but no, I ended up working with him for 12 happy years. He was like my dad and I married and had my children while working for him. He was always supportive of the balance between work and home.Thinking of you Bruce, Beth and Gary. Wishing you peace. I lost my father a couple of years ago...it's hard. But the memories and friends and family will help you get through it.
January 8, 2020
When I first met Dick, we were pledge brothers of ZBT at the UW We became inseparable friends from then on.
When he was dating his lifetime love and future wife, Joan, the 3 of us often went out, with Dick and I in the front seat and we put Joan in the back! We spent many weekend at each others homes, like family. In dental school he often called and asked me to be a volunteer on certain procedures he needed one. Since my office was only a few blocks away from the school, I often accommodated him.

My wife, 2 sons and I were all patients of his and whenever I had an appointment for a procedure, we always scheduled lunch afterwords.

We played tennis together almost every weekend and spent many wonderful and memorable times socially.

He will always remain in my heart!
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