I remember so many good times with Dick and Norma with laughter and joy. Dick was always interesting and an accepting person with his delightful smile. My friendship with Dick goes back decades as he was my husband Garry’s childhood friend, and I became his friend too.
I’m sure we can say, “Well done, good and faithful servant. Rest in peace.”
Dear Norma, my sincere condolences to all your family. I worked with Dick from June 1986 very closely till he retired from Allison and met regularly till we moved from Indianapolis in 1999. One memory, I remember when Norma through a surprise retirement party for Dick in 1990. May he rest in peace. Nirm Nirmalan
Dear Norma, You have my condolences on the passing of Dick. I have very fond memories of often playing tennis with Dick at Riverside Park and spending many days together at the Grande Greenhouses while growing up. I also saw him many times while we both attended mass downtown at St. John's. He was a dear, dear friend. Dick and your family are in my prayers.
Love, Jim Grande/Greenfield, IN
Our sincere condolences to the Kaufman family. Pat worked with Dick starting in 1987 (hard to believe that was only 3 years until he retired). Fortunately we were blessed to see Dick and Norma at mass every Sunday and visit afterward. One of our favorite memories is joining in their 50th wedding anniversary celebration and watching them dance the night away. We are honored and privileged to have had Dick in our lives for so long. -- Pat & Alice Sweeney