- 79 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 11, 1932
- Place of birth:
Farm in Cuming County, Nebraska, United States
- Date of passing: Jun 6, 2012
- Place of passing:
West Point, Nebraska, United States
|Let the memory of Richard be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Richard Ernesti, 79, born on November 11, 1932 and passed away on June 6, 2012. Richard proudly served in the United States Army from February 12, 1953 to February 11, 1955. We will honor and remember him forever.
"Hey Dad Happy Birthday Hope you and Mom are celebrating it
We sure do miss you a lot My two boys Matt and Mitchell sure do remind me of you a lot we do miss you Love Donna and Family"
"Hey Dad we sure do miss you Hope you are all having fun Said a prayer for you Today took Mitchell to register for college classes the boys miss you greatly Matt keeps up with your ideas he has two dogs he loves to death like you did and of course the chickens too. love you all."
"hey dad HAPPY BIRTHDAY hope it's a great one Now you have Mom and Brian along with Grandpa and Grandma Eddie and Dennis to help you celebrate the very special day with you Think of you and the rest of the gang along We truly miss you a lot anyway have a great day"
"Dad and Mom we have real sadness here As you already know Brian was taken from us on Saturday and Now he is happy with the two of you in heaven and Please watch over us as Kurt goes into surgery on Wednesday for cancer"
"Happy Easter Dad and Mom we went to Diane's for dinner today
it was raining then around 1:30 it started to snow and it was really
windy we drove home in a lot of ice and snow slush on the roads
we really missed you guys today Hope you are still watching over
all of us Love ya"
"It was a really cold day today and how you would always tell
me spring will be here and the cold in just in your head. Thanks
for watching over all of us. We miss you and Mom a great deal."
"Always thinking of you with all our Love"
"Memories Of Dad
How well I do remember
Standing at my father's knee
And all the fun and happy times
As he was raising me
How well I do remember
The love we always shared
And all the things he said and did
That showed he really cared
Now my heart will carry memories
Of the love he gave to me
Until we meet again in Heaven
Where the best is yet to be
by Judith Buluck Morse"
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