Richard A. Auger

Jacksonville, Florida


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AUGER Richard A. Auger, 49, passed away October 16, 2005 in Jacksonville, FL where he was a life-long resident. Mr. Auger was employed with St. Johns River Power Park for 16 years, was an active member of I.B.E.W., and was a member of Dunn's Creek Baptist Church. Survivors include his loving wife...

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Debbie and family... May God comfort you and your family while he is welcoming Richard home with Him. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this painful time. Richard was a special man and was well regarded by all who knew him here at JEA and SJRRP. May God continue to comfort you and your family...

I would like to extend my deepest condolences to you and your family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Debbie and Family,

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very hard time for all of you. Let us know what we can do for you...

Because of the closeness we found, especially in the last couple of years, I deeply, deeply feel your loss. I do so much appreciate the support the two of you gave me when Frank was so critically ill. But that is so like the two of you to give up your valuable time to sit in a hospital waiting room. I am forever in your debt. Please do not hesitate to call on us at any time, and remember, "We'll always have Vegas"

Debbie, My thoughts are with you. Jim.


I was very sorry to hear about the passing of Richard. I know you two were as close as a couple could be. So dwell on the many good times you shared with each other, the kids, and the rest of the family. That is what is really important.

To the Auger Family,
My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time. It saddens my heart to learn of another of my class mates who have passed over. When I look back at our high schools years I know and appreciate the fact that we were a "special" bunch.

I pray that our God will comfort you and help you through this. Only time will help. Keep all of the great memories and good times forever in your heart.

May God...

Debbie and family,
My deepest, heartfelt sympathy is extended to all of you. May the Lord bring you the comfort that you need and may you allow yourself to be comforted by Him.

AJ Class of 1973

Debbie I was so sorry to hear about your husband. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all. Wayne and Kathy (Hamwey) Driggers