Betty and family, we are so sorry for your loss, we still can't believe that Rick is no longer with us, he was always greeting everybody who lives in our street and he was always so nice and helpful to us, giving us a lot of advice for our house and making sure we always felt welcome at your house, we are going to miss him, he was a great neighbor and friend. God bless you your family during this difficult time.
Betty and Family, We are so sorry for your loss. The block will just never be the same without Rick. He always had a smile and a friendly word as we passed by on our walks. He took such pride in his lawn and garden and pond. It was always such a treat when we could come and enjoy his yard work. Such talent!! The "little kids" here already miss him!
Love to you all,
Tim and Kathy
Betty, Sorry I cannot be there for you. Will always the Christmas Eves drinking beer and bloody marys with Rick. Also remember the wonderful ride in the Mustang on New Years Eve at 4 am after babysitting for Robin. Anyway he was one of a kind and I am sorry so you lost him!!
Love you lots!!
Betty, Beth gave me this picture. Thought you would like it.
All of my fond memories of visiting Wisconsin as a kid are at your house, Aunt Betty, with you and Uncle Rick and all my cousins. What fun we had watching you parents play cards while we ran around the house and played in your wonderful backyard. Wish we could be there to give hugs in person. But instead, sending hugs and warm wishes from sunny Florida. You are all in our prayers. xo
Betty and family,
so sorry for your loss. We all wish that we could be there but are happy to know that Dick, Edie, and Mary are on the way. Rick was a talented man, great host and card player who loved his family! He will be missed.
May God bless you and the family and keep you all in his care.
Love and hugs,
alice and bob