Bucktrout of Williamsburg
Priscillla Koski Soukas
posted on 9/24/21
Heartfelt sympathy to "Dickie's" family. He and I were part of a large group of friends -incuding Liz (Brown) and Gil Carley)-in Medford, Mass., class of 1958. We went to the junior or Sophomore Prom together. I remember going to his house to watch "Howdy Doody". His family had one of the first TVs , and all us teenagers were thrilled to see anything on it. Dickie went to New York City with our church youth group. Our visit was about a week, and I remember laughing a lot. Dick was such a nice young fellow, even then,and all of us liked him. He obviously made his life count and impacted the world around him. God bless you all.
posted on 9/20/21
What an impressive, generous, and joyous life. I am sorry I did not know your Dad, Crisse, it sounds like he lived a life much to be admired, and you all must miss him every day.
posted on 9/18/21
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.. we will certainly miss Dicks wonderful smile and laughter at our happy hours in the garden.. wonderful memories that we will be able to share with Sande and Cami
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