In Memory

Richard Cady



 
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06/23/15 09:29 PM #1    

Deborah Breece (Guziar)

Dick was a wonderful friend you could always count on for a kind word when you needed it. His magic tricks and great personality will always be missed.

06/24/15 04:44 PM #2    

Michael Anderson (Anderson)

I never kept in touch like I said I would when I signed His yearbook. I always admired Dick with his rosey cheeks and tenor voice. He seemed to have a simple agenda --to make people smile -- and did so with a servant's heart, rarely concerned about trends or peer pressures of the day. Besides his magic hobby, I think he went on to radio under the name Dick De Young. I can't imagine anyone not liking Dick Cady.


07/14/15 01:15 AM #3    

Lynda Kaiser (Slotky)

I  remember his face and smile so vividly.   He demonstrated his magician talents so elequently  during the winter fantasy..   I can still hear his voice.   What an amazing young man he was.

 


03/25/16 04:55 PM #4    

Nancy O'Malley (Newman)

I first remember Dick as a young kid performing magic tricks at my mom's dance rectials. He had such a happy spirit and a true passion for his talent. It seemed that he lived just to make others smile. He surely is missed.


03/31/16 02:13 AM #5    

Karen (Kari) Sprowl (Sprowl)

I remember Dick's bright smile and winning personality. I also remember his magic, when he entertained at a party that I threw. Dick was extremely likeable. He could charm anyone. 

 

 


08/01/16 08:24 AM #6    

Mary Flick (Metzler)

He was a fine young man someone everyone enjoyed.  He enjoy  Life and performing  for all. We had a lot of fun together in grade school and junior high and high school in  at church.  I will never forget him.

 

 

 

 


08/01/16 03:23 PM #7    

Raymond Marsh

Dick (as some of us called him before HS) was the greatest of friends.  I cannot remember what summer it was that I went on a lake vacation with him and his family, but boy, what a great time doing nothing but swimming, fishing and floating around in intertubes.  He may not have agreed but my 52 Pontiac was better looking than his 49 Ford.  He and his parents were the best.  Does anyone remember the big scar on his leg, I was not with him on the day it happen, he was swinging on a roap that went out over a washed out area on the lake (I think there is a restaurant there now) and on the swing back end he hit a protruding tree root.  Richard was one of a kind, I am glad that I was part of his life, hope to meet up with you later.


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