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Richard John Morton

Oshkosh, Wisconsin

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Morton, Richard JohnRichard John Morton, 42, of Oshkosh, passed away tragically on March 12, 2014. He was born on April 23, 1971 in Bradford, Yorkshire, England to John and Greta (née Lumb) Morton. In 2000 his career with 4imprint brought him to Oshkosh, where he had made his home. He excelled in...

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I didn't really know Richard, I only met him once, but he made Meryl really happy... I can't believe he's gone!

My condolences to all of Richard's friends and family. So sorry for your loss.

Richard, gone but not forgotten...

a true gentleman and fellow yorkshireman and LEGO enthusiast...

my deepest thoughts and condolences go to his family and friends

a great man and a very sad loss

Loved discussing LEGO colors with him, will miss the conversations.
Meryl, you had the best!

It was a pleasure to know and work with Richard at 4imprint. His enthusiasm for web technology was always ahead of others and his passion to get it right was just wonderful to see in someone. Of course he had a love for Lego and pioneered a wonderful little business. He will never be forgotten.

Not able to give full location as only permitted US details. John, Ruthin North Wales, UK

Richard had a smile and happy to help. Seems odd to not see Richard around 4imprint. He was a true Angel on earth and is already missed. My prayers and thoughts go out to you. So sorry for your loss. God's loving arms offer you comfort and love. A beautiful amazing life cut way to short. Heaven need an Angel back. God be with you.

Richard made things better because he was involved, be it his family, his friends, his work, his life. You are and will be missed. Wishing you and your family all the healing, blessings and cherish his wonderful life.

Richard was the nicest, smartest man that I ever had the pleasure to work with. He was a great team mate and he always made time for anyone to chat with him. He was a very special man and right now he is in Heaven playing Legos with all the children. My thoughts and prayers to the family.

Godspeed Richard! You will be missed!