RICHARD-POULSEN-Obituary

RICHARD POULSEN

Winchester, Massachusetts

1935 - 2015

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Poulsen, Richard (Dick) Passed away June 4, 2015 in Clearwater Beach, FL at the age of 80. He was born in Pugwash, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1935 and married Gail Martin, on April 30, 1960 in Ottawa, Canada. He earned his degree from Ryerson Polytechnic Institute in Canada and joined a then very...

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What a great Legacy. Love to the family. From Judith and Gabor

Richard was a Mentor and friend. We worked together in DEC's GIA organization and enjoyed our journeys to places like Hong Kong and Australia as we worked with our local organizations clients and prospective clients. Those were great days and Dick was a wonderful leader. RIP

Dick was a great Leader, developer of people and businesses. It was an Honor to know him, be Mentored by him and call him a friend.

My dear sweet boss of many years at DEC GIA in Acton, MA. Truly adored him and was blessed to have worked for him as his Exec. Ass't for many years. Had many enjoyable times with our team here and on our travels overseas...May he and his beloved wife, Gail rest in peace

We were very saddened to hear of Dick's passing. May cherished memories of both Dick and Gail help to comfort you at this most difficult time.
Ron & Margaret Rondeaur

May the Poulsen family take comfort in the fact that Dick was a great leader. He constantly solved problems for us at DEC. When I was a sales manager at City Bank in NY and we had an international problem, Dick inevitably came up with a solution. He was a class act and he will be missed by many of us. Rest in Peace.

Dick was an outstanding leader and developer of people. It was my great fortune to work for him in GIA and he was later a key player in my promotion to California. Customers, employees and everyone who knew him are sad to hear this news. RIP Mr. Poulsen, Thank You for being a Friend.

Dear Chris, Shelley and Kevin

Sorry to hear about the loss of your father. Memories of good times shared with your mom and dad remain with us. God bless.

Diane and Jake

Dick was a great guy and a first rate executive. One of my fondest memories of him was at a field service managers meeting in Phoenix. The agenda consisted of various presentations from field managers. I am not sure of the individual who went up next to present but I think his first name was Bill. He absolutely froze at the podium and couldn't say a word. The audience waited and nothing happened. After a few minutes, Dick, recognizing the problem, went up to the podium, put his arm on his...