Richie Mirowski

Apr 30, 1989 – Nov 4, 2017 (Age 28)


Richie was born on April 30, 1989 and passed away on Saturday, November 4, 2017. Richie was a resident of California at the time of passing.

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May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Please know how sorry I am to hear about Richie's passing. My deepest thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. He is truly loved and admired by so many. God Bless you my wonderful and dear friends. My heart and thoughts are forever with you.

Gloria and Rich, I am so sorry for your loss. When Mike told me about Richie, I was so sad. I remember the boys growing up and how full of life Richie was. Mike, John and I send our deepest condolences.

Our condolences to Nicola, Gloria and family. My family was lucky to be Richie's Host Family while he played ball here in Hagerstown, MD--a short stop for Richie on his way up the ranks w/ the Nats . It was always fun to watch him play--he loved the game. He always had a smile on his face and we were so fortunate to have the opportunity to have him stay in our home and spend time with him on and off the field--he will be missed!.

Cheryl Barrango told me if the passing of your beloved son. You in our thoughts and prayers that our Lord will comfort you and keep you during this difficult time.

We want to express our sincere condolences to your entire family. As an outsider looking in, Richie truly exuded happiness and a true love for the game of Baseball. He had a gift, and through hard work and devotion he achieved what many can only dream of, to continue playing ball at the highest level.
You gave Richie the best upbringing a kid could ask for, the friendships and memories he developed over the years, you will hold near and dear to your hearts.
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Tremendously easy to write nice things about Richie. He treated everyone like he would want to be treated. At a young(er) age when boys are hard to coach, Richie was easy to coach. He was full of joy. His joie de vivre at such a young age was a testament to how well he was raised by Gloria and Richard. Richie always gave back and his awareness about others was authentic, something one doesnt find always in a young adult. If he saw you, but you did not know he was around, he would come over...

Richie was a amazing guy to me. He signed multiple items for me, and was always extremely kind in asking how I was doing, said thanks for coming out, class act ball player. RIP Richie, praying for your family

Ritchie was a wonderful young man. He was a teammate of our sons at OBU and we had the pleasure of getting to know this fine gentleman. Our hearts are filled with sorrow for his family and friends but we will remember that infectious smile forever. RIP young man and know you will be forever in our memories.