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From my late teen years till now, Dick has been a strong foundation in my life. Without complaint, he was always there when I needed just about anything fixed, much like my brother in law John. This was quite often, as I am not mechanically inclined. He was a soft spoken man whom I rarely saw get angry, if at all. When he laughed, he laughed loudly which would most likely lead to a coughing fit. He carried himself with respect and was always extremely honest, sometimes painfully so. Though, what I will appreciate most of all about Dick, is that he was faithful and loyal man to my mother.

His favorite saying and I would boldly say "oath" was that his job was "keeping peace in the family". You did a fine job Dick and I pray that you are received into heaven with God saying you were a good and faithful servant, to which you will probably reply, "the lawn needs some work around here, where's my John Deere/Cub Cadet/Woods?".

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