- 65 years old
- Date of birth: Jan 31, 1949
- Place of birth:
Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
- Date of passing: Apr 30, 2014
- Place of passing:
Wilmington, North Carolina, United States
|Let the memory of Richard "Rick" be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of my brother, Richard "Rick" Stephenson, 65, born on January 31, 1949 and passed away on April 30, 2014. He will be forever missed.
"Happy B-lated Birthday Uncle Ricky. I miss you so much. I could say anything I wanted to you because you told it like it was and I could relate to you. You were a peace brother that loved and wanted others to love as well. You left us too young - because you were needed where you were going. Now you're with others that love you, grandma, granddaddy, uncle Jack, Uncle Jerry and Aunt Mae and all of your friends that went before you.I know you are looking down from heaven telling me "get up and get moving girl". I can hear you say it . I love you and think of you often. RIP"
"Happy Birthday, Uncle Ricky. Miss you and think of you often."
"Happy Birthday Rick! Still hard to believe you're not here."
"Happy Birthday Rick
Love & Miss You
"Still miss you every day."
"Mr. Rick I love and think of you each day. You are in my heart, mind and soul. I talk to you daily sharing events from my day and hear you laughing. Me and Jordan talk about you all the time, you would be so proud of him. We miss you deeply. Love Margie & Jordan"
"Happy Birthday, little brother. We miss you every day."
"One year today and you are still so missed Rick."
"I remember Rick as a teen at Wrightsville Beach, N.C. Hair as white as snow and he was full of energy, playing tennis. My Aunt Gladys was all concerned about him because of the heart condition he had at the time. But Rick was a happy go lucky guy and a joy to be around. Saw him at his brother Jack's Memorial service, have a photo of him there, sending it to Patsy."
"I remember the first time I met Rick.....I am sure I embarrassed him, just ask his sister!! It was like we had known each other all our life!!! He was such a sweet and gentle man. What an honor to have spent the little time with him that I did. Rest in peace Rick"
"Happy Birthday! Gone much too soon. Rest in Peace."
"Happy Birthday Rick"
"Happy Birthday, little brother. You are so missed!"
"My brother, a big piece of my childhood. He absolutely did live the way he wanted to live; he "did it his way.""
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