I am so sorry to find out of his passing. Our family lives next door, and we only just found out. Kids loved going to his house for Halloween as he always had the best treats and gave them money, too. He also gave the kids a big wheel keep that they loved to ride. He always waved and had a smile on his face. Please reach out to us if you need anything.
To the Seugling family,
I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. Dick was a good man. I worked for him in the store fixing radio's & TV's back in '74, '75 . I had good times w/him & John Katz installing washer machines, A/C;s, dryers, & TV antennas.
I just heard about Marlene. Holy Smokes! I'm so sorry again! This is a double whammie. I doubt any of you remember me back then. I do remember you .Rich, I do remember when you were small, you were in your fathers store and behind you someone came in w/a German Sheppard. You didn't know he was there until you turned around. You screamed and started crying. John was only 1 or 2 months old. I think Larissa & Allison were a little older. R.I.P. both of you! :( I'm so sorry.
Will miss your great sense of humor and friendship. May you RIP.
Condolences to Ms.Seugling and family. The Silver Sneakers group at Providence Baptist Church has loss a shining star. Richard was a kind gentle giant. He never complained, and always helped in anyway he cold.
He is dearly missed. Rest In Peace.
I am very sorry to hear of Dick's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with the family which I hope are doing well.
Just thinking about working at Seugling's Appliance brings back many great memories of my childhood. How Dick put up with our teenage antic's all those years, amazes me. I always appreciated his knowledge and great advice on things. He was an excellent role model with a great family that I am sure he was proud of. R.I.P. Dick....you will be missed
My sincere sympathy to you and your family. Dick was always fun to talk to. I got to know him better after we graduated PVHS and he attended some of the many reunions our class had. I remember him in the appliance store on Main Street in Little Falls. He dealt well with his father, who always had a story to tell; and later was a pleasure to deal with; I remember the green kitchen range he was selling, I bought a white one. We spoke on the phone when we were organizing one of our last few reunions and I know he was a fine family man. His children must have the best memories of a man who lived what he believed and after all is said in done that is what we have left to share with family. May your many happy memories sustain you all.
Dear Richard, may your memory be for a blessing
I am so sorry for your loss! The couple of times I was fortunate enough to meet Dick, you knew he was on the room. Larger than life, laughing, smiling and joking around.
Prayers to you all during this time.
To Marleen & family,
I'm so sorry for your lose. :( It came as a shock. For the last year or 2, we were emailing and IM'ing on Facebook periodically. Then nothing. I wondered what happened.
RIP Rich. I'll never forget you all the years we've known each other in or out of the store.
What happened? Heart attack?
Dearest Marlene and your entire special family,
My sincere and most heartfelt condolence to all of you.
I considered Richard a very good friend and fellow Silver Sneakers/Fit for Life participant. His opinion on how the 'correct' exercise should be done according to the Navy was always entertaining! He had his own method of exercise....at least he worked on improving his health.
I personally will miss all the birthday celebrations he would attend and the cocktail hour of fellowship with friends. The interesting conversations he'd share about the travels the two of you shared, his customers at the appliance stores, his RR purchase ...I could go on and on BUT most of all about his love and care for his family!!!
My heart is saddened today; however, rejoice that I had the opportunity to meet and call Richard an awesome individual and was allowed to consider him a friend.
I'm extending an offer to help you in the coming days.
May Richard RIP and GOD grant you the strength to continue overcoming your personal health battle.
The picture in the obituary was taken at my home on my birthday. It's shows a Richard who smiled and always had a joke and a kind word. I know him through the Silver Sneakers', Fit For Life Exercise group of which he was treasurer. We have missed him dearly and now will find a way to honor him with the respect he deserves. My condolences to Marlene and Richard's entire family. He will truly stay in the hearts of all of us.
richard, happy trails, your wonderful smile and presence will be missed.
My thoughts and prayers are with you each
Had a lot of good times and laughs with Richard at gym and Steple Chase
I am saddened to hear of Richard’s death. We will miss him sorely at Silver Sneakers.