Raymond-Worth-Obituary

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Raymond Richard "Dick" Worth

Vassar, Michigan

Jan 20, 1947 – Feb 17, 2019 (Age 72)

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Penzien-Steele Funeral Home Obituary

Raymond Richard 'Dick' Worth, age 72, of Vassar Michigan, passed away at home at 9:00 pm on February 17, 2019. Dick was born on January 20, 1947 in Sikeston, Missouri to his late parents Valley Brooks and Julie Bell Rettig Worth. He moved to Michigan at the age of 12 and began working at local...

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I remember Dick would fly his helicopter over to our airfield and pick up my son and I for a ride. So cool. So generous.

What a guy he taught me a lot about life and business in the 14 years I worked for him my sincere condolences to dorothy and family

Prayers to all of you!!

Dick was a good man. He was a pleasure to work with. Enbridge pipeline work mostly.

Dorothy and family
So sorry for your loss. Sorry we couldn't be there to throw my arms around you all, but know that our prayers are with you all and that we love you and
are in sympathy with you.
Don & Marie

Dick was a 20+ year friend and mentor. Big smile, big ideas, big presence, bigger heart. With all that success, even when things got slow Dick showed great loyalty for his team-mates and always ensured a paycheck kept coming. Dick's concern for others is just one of his traits that made him a GREAT man.

My deepest sympathies go out to his family.

I am very sorry I am out of town and can't make the service.

Dorothy we are thinking of you and family.
Love you all
So sorry we cannot be there ; we're on vacation .

Dick was a 20+ year friend and mentor. Big smile, big ideas, big presence, bigger heart. With all that success, even when things got slow Dick showed great concern for his team and always ensured a paycheck kept coming. Dick's concern for others is just one of his traits that made him a GREAT man.

My deepest sympathies go out to his family.

I am very sorry I am out of town and can't make the service.

Dorothy and family, I am so sorry for your loss of this great man that was a wonderful husband, father, brother, friend and success in everything he did, worked hard his whole life and filled his bucket list! May you find peace in the memories he left!