Richard Ochsenhirt
Richard Ochsenhirt
Resident of S. San Francisco
Richard (Rick) Alan Ochsenhirt, age 61 of 400 Magnolia Ave., South San Francisco, died Sunday morning, Dec. 6, 2015. Born Oct. 14, 1954 in PA, son of the late James Ochsenhirt and Magaret (Ochsenhirt) Miller. He graduated from SF State University in 1980 where he earned a Bachelor of Art in Psychology. His enthusiasm in social services is very evident in the number of positions he held over the many years he lived in SSF. Some of the many positions include, past president Historical Society of SSF and SSF Lion Club, member Sister City, and Day In The Park, Chairman of the SSFUSD Citizen Bond Oversight Committee, past president of YMI Council #32 All Souls Church and Peninsula Council of Lions, IACC and ICF Clubs and Board SSF Chamber of Commerce. Most recently a member of the SSF School Board. His professional career as a real estate agent for Prudential/Better Home Real Estate.
Surviving are his wife, Karen Lindsay Ochsenhirt, two brothers, Robert (Roxann) Ochsenhirt, Butler and Ralph Ochsenhirt, Georgia and several aunts, uncles and cousins and their families.
Friends will gather to celebrate his life at a memorial mass at All Souls Church on Friday, December 11th at noon. In lieu of flowers donations can be made in Rick's name to All Souls Church Memorial Fund, 315 Walnut Ave., South San Francisco, CA 94080. COLMA CREMATION & FUNERAL SERVICES. 650/757-1300 colmacremation.com.


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I didn't know Richard but I'm his cousin. His mother was my dads sister John Romanchak. It would have been great to know him his life was full and he will be missed by many.
Kimberly (Romanchak) Tatham
December 19, 2015
Rich and I went through Catholic grade school and jr. High, and High school. But my first memory of him is when we were in NB hospital at the same time I was in a semi private room with my sister Rosemary and he was in the Children's Ward
right beside our room. Back then you went in the night before your surgery. When my mom left my younger sister cried but I said there are a lot of kids in the other room. I asked Rich to save me the salt and pepper packets from his tray. He did .(smiles) He was our class clown in grade school which made school fun for us. Although he did get in trouble with the nuns. Our first day of Jr. High we said we help each other find our classes. We got lost and if I remember right we were late for every one. Being the St. Joe kids ( as all of us were called) was little intimidating but we eventually made more friends than the 30 we went through grade school with.
Rich you will not be forgotten. May your soul rest in Peace and Karen, may your memories and love for Rich be your comfort and give you joy and Peace.
December 9, 2015
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