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Richard O. Albertson

Seattle, Washington

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Richard O. "Dick" ALBERTSON Richard O. "Dick" Albertson, 75, a resident of Leavenworth for the past 33 years, died Friday August 08, 2008 at his home with his family by his side. In 1961, Dick and his wife Barbara moved to Seattle where Dick worked for King Radio during the...

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Well by golly, Richard, I think I just MIGHT remember you up there at KING in Seattle during the many years I worked at UW Seattle & lived as your neighbor down the hill at Index, WA.
It's a wonder we didn't meet while YOU were teaching Science.

Dick I love you! You where like a Dad to me. You will be missed. Building the cabins in Leavenworth was the best times in my like and I will never forget them. I have known you since early 70's. Your kids Larry, Pual, & Dianna are the best. You did good. Love you now and for ever.

I extend my sympathy.
I remember you folks from KSC

Dear Barbara and Family, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. I met Dick through your sister, Bev, and always admired his free spirit.

What a great picture of my handsome uncle Al! Dale, Tony, Matt and myself have fond memories of him, his wonderful wooden toys and his unofficial "mayoral" position in his favorite place, Leavenworth Washington. Aloha, Uncle, and love to you Aunt Barb, Paul, Larry and Diana

I am sorry to hear about your loss, He will be missed, My ex husband and myself were married by him in the Leavenworth park years ago. Even though Ron and I are no longer married we will always remember his awesome service for us. God Bless
Sincerely,
Tonja Shegrud

Dear Barbara,
I am sorry to learn of your loss. Although it was 30 years ago I remember clearly the good times we shared at your shop and sitting around the big table at the Icicle. Those were some of the best days of my life. The kindness you and Dick showed me will not be forgotten. Karen and I are fat, dumb and happy and still together.

Our best wishes to you and your family.
Dan