Richard Pingitore
Pingitore, Richard
65, of Phoenix passed away on June 22, 2009. Richy was born on January 10, 1944. He is rejoicing in heaven with our Lord and Savior Jesus and his wife Patty. He was a state champion wrestler from Arcadia high school. Richy was a successful entrepreneur who loved the plant nursery business. He was an amazing husband, father, son, brother, friend and grandfather. Loved by so many, he had an extreme amount of knowledge and insight, which will be greatly missed. Survived by his sons, Paul, Joe, and Adam. Grandchildren, Ezra, Hagar, and Tristin. Friends and family are welcome to attend his memorial service. Calvary Chapel Desert Hills at Tuscani pointe. 711 E. Carefree Hwy. Saturday, June 27, 2009 at 6:00 pm.


Published by The Arizona Republic on Jun. 26, 2009.
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I didnt know you , But i hope you are doing well in heaven.
Joshua
October 23, 2020
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
Theresa and Rick Reingruber
June 27, 2009
I will miss Richie and Patty as everyone would, who ever had the priveledge to share in their life even if it was only a moment. I haven't seen them in ages and didn't recognize Richie without his mustache. Goodbye Old friends
Kenny G.
June 27, 2009
"Uncle RICHIE" I LOVE YOU! I'll miss your Loving Wisdom.
And Your Sisters Joanie and Jeanie and Brother Johnie, will really Miss you too.
And your Nephews Walt and Chuck want to send their Love.
And I will always have a place in my heart for you.
Your Loving Niece Cherlyn (A.K.A. Cherie)
Cherlyn fields
June 27, 2009
uncle ritch , who loves god and everyone . who cares alot for his boys, paul joe adam and grandkids, when his wife patty went to the lord, it was very hard to go on, we could all see this and felt his pain, his family helped him thru this, his brother john and sister joan and jean miss him dearly and so many others, uncle ritch thankyou for your great advice you always gave me and your love and friendship of a good and happy man, i will never stop careing or forget you ritch ever, thankyou,,,
chuck reingruber
June 27, 2009
I knew "Richie" from our "Crusing Central Days" 1960-1964. He was always quick with something funny to say about my old 1950 maroon Buick, the "bomb" with huge white sidewall tires.
Don Danforth
Camelback 1962
June 26, 2009
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