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September 21, 2019

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September 10, 2019
Dianne and Family - no words can express the loss of Rich. What a very special man and well liked by everyone. He was always so nice and funny to Joe and I and I am happy to have meant him. He will be missed....Love you all Dor & Joe.
September 10, 2019
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
September 10, 2019
Diane and family. It is with great sadness that Dale & I belatedly learned of The Duke's passing! He was a wonderful man who I cannot recall ever seeing him lose his temper or even swear to get his point across. As you well know, Richie & I worked many years together sharing offices at the Eddy Mansion. Mine being on the second floor & Rich's on the first. Many time we would at one of our offices and recount the antics of Chico, Buddy Kline, Fluff Ryan, Frank Beditz, Big Jim Conroy, Elmer "The Rub" Smith and of course The Ah Da (Bobby Maloney? whose very nickname would evoke rib-busting laughter from the both of us! The Duke was definitely fun to be around especially in our younger years when we would start at the Notty Pine, wander down to Casey's East and then down to The Strip. Those were the days and The Duke and some of HIS antics, always insured they would be hilarious ones. Rich is now reunited with Jake and I have no doubt that they will team up yet again AND my only hope is, that they won't raise-their-prices, BEFORE I GET THERE! R.I.P. Duke!! Bob & Dale Ishkanian, Troy, N.Y.!
September 9, 2019
Dear Dianne and family,
We were so sad to hear of Rich's passing. Rich was certainly a well liked man. Always smiling whenever we saw him at mass at St Paul's. Please accept our sincere condolences to you and your family. Liz and Frank Debboli
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