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Richard E. French, 70, of St. Louis, MO died on November 30, 2018. Richard was married to Jeannie (nee Kellogg) and is also survived by his sons David (Tejal) and Eric, and grandchildren Henry and Ruthie. Services are private.
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Rich will be sorely missed. The most gracious individual I have had the pleasure to know. My sympathies to all – I hope there are many golf courses in Heaven.
Jeannie and Family, I was very lucky to work with Rich for over 20 years. He will certainly be missed! My heartfelt condolences for you and your family.
Rich was a wonderful man. I will always have fond memories of being in a panic at work and asking him for help and his calming, nonjudgmental voice explaining things. Sympathies to his family and friends.
My heart goes out to all of Rich’s family. So sorry for your loss. Rich was my coworker at SSM and a kinder, funnier man cannot be found.
My sincere sympathies to all of Rich’s family during this difficult time. Rich was one of the most gracious and patient co-workers I have ever known. He taught me so much. I will always remember what a great person he was! I used to love hearing when he would reply to a colleague, “Excellent”. I can still hear his voice in my head!
What a patient and kind man Rich was. Working with him was a joy and he imparted so much knowledge to me and to others. Sympathies to his family.
I worked with Rich at SSM and appreciated his kindness and humor. He will be missed. My heartfelt condolences to the French family.
My thoughts and prayers are with you Jeannie and your family. I am sure once Rich caught up to Giovanni (John ) they are playing 18 holes. Rich was a good man and friend to all. He will be missed.
To the family and friends of Rich, I consider myself blessed and honored to have known this wonderful person. He was a gentle man who showed great kindness and compassion to others. Be assured of my prayers for Jeannie and the family – Rich will be sorely missed!
Jeannie and Family, so sorry to hear of Richard’s Passing, I knew Richard thru my parents and I am glad I had the privilege to know him. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time.
I am sincerely saddened by this news. Rich was a guy I knew more in email and phone calls then finally I had the pleasure to meet him. He was such a great person to work with-easy going, patient, kind. I extend my sympathies to his family during this time of grief.
Rich was a good Christian man. My heart goes out to Jeannie and his family. We will all miss him. His suffering is over.
I am truly sorry for your loss.
Rich was an amazing colleague and person. He will truly be missed but never forgotten.
Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.
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