Lt. Col. (Ret.) Richard-Youngman-Obituary

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Lt. Col. (Ret.) Richard Adam Youngman

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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I know that Richard had many admiring friends, and I am proud to have been one of them. Richards Cadillac Salesman, Jim Hogge

Mr. Youngman was a kind soul. I worked for him twice at APCO. He always called me "Charlie". I remember when he snuck into the hospital after I had my 1st child. He was there to visit for all 3 births. I have so many good memories and will cherish them. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

Dear Family: I was so sadden to hear of his passing. Mr. Youngman was my boss when I worked at APCO from 1970-77. Even after I married and moved to Minnesota we still kept in touch. I would try to see him when I went home to visit my parents. I enjoyed those visits and will remember them and the laughter we shared. He inspired me when my husband and I started our own dairy business. We just retired from that this past August. We didn't always see eye to eye on politics but really...

Mr. Youngman and I were freinds for more than 30 years, and I feel like it was an honor to have known him. He would come by Hart Motors to see me almost every week with his sidekick and we would laugh, tell jokes and carry on for hours. He was almost like another father to me.I'll never forget him for being the most caring person I have ever known. It turns out we both fell ill about the same time, and unfortunatly I had not talked to Mr. Youngman in over a year and I feel terrible about...


Lt. Col. (Ret.) Richard's Obituaries

Lt. Col. (Ret.) Richard Adam Youngman, 93, of Richmond, and formerly of Roanoke, passed away peacefully on February 13, 2013. He was born in Portsmouth, Ohio, the son of George Adam and Effie Cofer Youngman. After completing studies in electrical engineering (B.S.E.E.) at Tri-State College in...

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