Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Dick was a delightful man and we so enjoyed getting to know him!
We are so sorry for your loss. How comforting to know that he and Marilyn are now dancing with Jesus! Our love and prayers are with Laura, David and the family.
My sincere condolences to Dick’s family. I’ve known Dick and Marilyn since 1956 and my wife Diane and I along with Joyce and Bill shared some great and memorable times with Marilyn and Dick.
Uncle Dick was such a kind person to me and I will never forget the fun times we had during our family visits. He will be deeply missed, what an amazing life he and Aunt Marilyn had together.
Praying for strength and comfort for you all.
My Uncle Dick, such a live spirit I recall visiting in Georgia and the first lighting storm which a thunderbolt hit the ground outside the house. He said yes that’s what we get here in Georgia. They took us to Stone Mountain Park, what a memorable trip. Later in life he visited my Parents Bill & Joyce Fischer, along with my beautiful Aunt Marylin. I learned he like Bonsi, I never would have pictured him with that kind of hobby. He lived deeply, and always had that look in his eye of mischievous. I know his soul is now free, and he is with my Aunt, and my Mother in heaven. I’ll miss him, but never forget. Love to my cousins from your California Cuz Eric & Family . God bless you always.
Dick, what a blessing you were! Wherever you entered, you brought the sunlight with you. You brought happiness, stability, and joy into Marilyn and her two little boys' lives when you married, and you created more joy and light with the children you went on to have have together. It brings comfort to all of us to know that you and Marilyn had a long and happy marriage, and that the family to which you devoted your life continues to carry on your legacy. I find myself thinking, "well, of course, Dick and Marilyn walk into eternity together, holding hands--how could it be otherwise?" Blessings to all your family.