Arnold N. Richter
1943 - 2017
BORN
1943
DIED
2017
FUNERAL HOME
J. Nelson Rigby Funeral Home - Media
1 W. Baltimore Avenue
Media, PA
1943-2017 Arnold N. Richter, age 73, formerly of Media, died April 20, 2017 in Chestnut Ridge, Chester, Pa. Born in Philadelphia, Pa., to the late Arnold F., and Elsa Engel Richter. Arnold was a pipe organist in many churches. Survived by brothers: Norman, and Raymond Richter, sister-in-law Linda Martin. Nephew Brian Richter (Angela Anhalt), great nieces Alisya and Alexandria Kusznir, Avalynn Richter. Family and Friends are invited to his funeral service Monday May 1, at 11am in Woodyn Baptist Church 1125 MacDade Blvd. Woodlyn, Pa 19094, calling 10-11 in Church. Interment Woodlands Cemetery Philadelphia. Arrangements: J. Nelson Rigby Funeral Home, condolences: jnelsonrigbyfh.com
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Published by The Daily Times from Apr. 27 to Apr. 28, 2017.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
May
1
Calling hours
10:00a.m. - 11:00a.m.
Woodyn Baptist Church
1125 MacDade Blvd., Woodlyn, PA
May
1
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11:00a.m.
Woodyn Baptist Church
1125 MacDade Blvd., Woodlyn, PA
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Arnold was always kind to me. Arnold was always an educator to me. Arnold was always interesting and helpful. Arnold was my spiritual advisor, and now my spiritual advisor is gone.
In all my life with all the people I have lost, I have never experienced anything like this: that I am not bereaved, I am not sad, I do not feel grief with his death,I only feel anger about his passing.
I try not to think about it but he will always be missed.
" Have you given your life over completely to the Lord...?...for when you get here ? ", he asked upon his death bed.

I will
I am Arnold's brother
Norman Paul Richter
Norman Richter
Brother
September 23, 2019
I had the providential blessing and honor of meeting and knowing Arnold at our church. He was a gifted musician and graced our church with his rich talents. I will always remember his kind and very gracious nature and a smile in the Lord that will always be remembered. He loved the word of God and our fellowship in Christ was rich with growth and understanding.

Romans 1:16,
David Clark
David Clark
Friend
May 1, 2017
Only met Arnold a few months ago, but he made a great impact on my wife and me. He was very kind and he had great insight into God's word.

My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever. Psalm 73:26
William Truitte
May 1, 2017
Arnold was one of the nicest men I have been lucky to have known. He was always so very kind to my father. Always went out of his way to be helpful. There really aren't words to do him justice. He will be missed very, very, much. Sincerely, Monica & Will
Monica
April 30, 2017
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