Richard M. Welding

Richard M. Welding

June 10, 1949 - July 25, 2005

Richard M. Welding

June 10, 1949 - July 25, 2005


Richard ‘Rick’ Welding born 6/10/1949 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvannia, died unexpectedly on July 25, 2005. Devoted husband to Marianne and loving father to Kristen and Jason he resided in Aliso Viejo. He will be missed by many. A vigil service will be held at O’Connor Laguna Hills Mortuary on Friday 7/29/2005 at 7:00PM. The Funeral Mas will be held at Santigao De Compostela Church in Lake Forest on Saturday 7/30/ 2005 at 10:00AM

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44 responses to Richard M. Welding

  1. What a schock! Unbelieveable – we will miss you Dick.

    Peter W Winterfeld

  2. My deepest condolences go out to Rick’s dear family. I worked with Rick many years ago while he was at Household and I am still touched by his honesty, sincerity and goodness. All the good that is Rick will continue forever. He has blessed so many people in his vibrant life and I am grateful to have known him.

  3. Dave Morris says:

    Rick touched each of us in very special ways. He left a part of himself with me, which I will always treasure.

    Marianne, my deepest sympathies and condolences to you, Rick’s children, and all his family and friends.

  4. Jason your our friend, and we’re sorry about the loss of your father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  5. Marianne…

    I just wanted to tell you how sad I am and how much I loved Rick. He was such a wonderful man…there are certain people that you meet in life and you just know that they are going to be friends for life. He will always be in my heart and memories.

    Hopefully it gives you comfort to know that he was very happy the last few years with your relationship, business and all the projects with your home. He was always anxious to get home to you when he was in Dallas.

    I am not good with words…but wanted to let you know that he always beamed when speaking of you or the kids. Please let me know if you come to Dallas any time…wish I could be there and would be if I had known sooner.


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