Richard G. Nagy

Omaha, Nebraska

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Our sincere sympathy to the Nagy family. Richard demonstrated his love, compassion, and graciousness in so many ways, especially to his sister, Audrey. We know he is missed.

I am so sorry for your loss. Richard was a friend for many years as we worked the Kansas City and Kearney clothing markets. My husband and your mother passed within a few months of each other and I took over my husband's line Alfred Dunner.
I always looked forward to seeing Richard at markets and our conversations.

To Stacey and Jeff, our sincere condolences. Your father was a wonderful, caring, gentle man. His laughter was infectious and one couldn't help but love him. He will be dearly missed.

Rich was one of the nicest person's I ever had the pleasure of getting to know as a teenager when his son Jeff and I used to hang out and stay overnight.

So sorry to hear of Richard's passing. I met him through my boyfriend at the annual Sample Sales and would see him occasionally at other shows. I enjoyed talking and laughing with him. He will be missed.

Rich & Elaine were the first to welcome us to the neighborhood when we moved in across the street and we will miss him dearly. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Mr. Nagy provided me with a dress for my senior prom. He is a warm, kind person and raised a beautiful family.

Rich came to me as a customer and quickly became a friend. I will miss you. Condolenses to the family. A kinder man has left to be with his loved ones gone earlier.

the news ripped through my heart. a kinder, gentler soul there has never been. he will be missed but not forgotten. he was never short of opinion nor desire to share it. A good man who passing through the golen gate was merely a speed bump on his way to eternal peace. RIP, Richard. RIP.


Richard's Obituaries

Richard Nagy passed away in Omaha, Nebraska. Funeral Home Services for Richard are being provided by Heafey Hoffmann Dworak Cutler Mrts & Crematory. The obituary was featured in Omaha World-Herald on December 30, 2012, and Omaha World-Herald on January 4, 2013.