Richard M. Pfluger

Staten Island, New York

1967 - 2021


Staten Island, New York


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Richard M. Pfluger, 53 Retired N.Y.P.D. lieutenant, devoted father Richard M. Pfluger, 53, of Staten Island, NY, beloved husband, father, brother, son and friend, passed away on February 14, 2021. Richard was born on March 9, 1967 and grew up on Staten Island. A proud Lieutenant of the NYPD, he...

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It saddens me to hear this news. I played softball with Rich for many years. Back in the days playing for Martucci’s Deli, D’Oro Jewelers, Speranza Electric, and SRO. We had tons of laughs back when we had little or no responsibilities (long live Ada Drive!). It sounds like Rich kept his great sense of humor and had loving family and friends around him throughout the years. I appreciate and thank him for his service in the NYPD. My condolences to the Pfluger family. This world lost a...

Sending prayers to the Pfluger family .
I was deeply saddened to hear of Richard’s untimely passing .
Heaven has now gained one of the greatest Republicans !
Jen Cerbone

You was best next door neighborhood, you was very kind, nice to me and my family we will miss you

He pushed us to be and get stronger for what we would encounter on the streets. Very sorry for your loss. NYPD lost a good man.

I worked with Richie years ago but maintained our friendship ever since. He was an overall great guy who will be missed. My condolences to his entire family. RIP

Rest in peace Richard. I worked with Richie back when he was in narcotics always took care me, great guy going to miss him. Love you.

Richie was my Brownell St baby, I watched him grow up to become a great man in every way, Shocked when I heard he passed. Way to young. He was and will be loved forever.

My thoughts and prayers are with you all, Rich was a pleasure to work with. May he Rest In Peace.

My good friend at St. Peter’s High School. Everyday morning, lunch, through the train ride to the south shore. I remember you as if you are right in front of me. The biggest quads I’ve ever seen, lol, he was all muscle. We played football together to at Miller Field and he was a great support for me. A good man and beyond. Proud to say I knew you. Thank you for you’re service to the public. Rest In Peace Richie.