ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Richard Jenkins 61 years old , born on July 17, 1954 and passed away on December 27, 2015. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Christy Payne on May 10, 2016
Id be at preschool and my Uncle Rick would break me out, lol and take me to the zoo....we would buy popcorn and feed the ducks. They always attacked me so he would put me on his tall shoulders so I could throw it out to them. Then it was the monkeys....and cotton candy.He traveled so much. But no matter where he was I always got a birthday postcard. Oregon,California... Yosemite...Brice Canyon...I wish you would have come back home. We miss you!!!
Posted by Sylvia Maier on May 9, 2016
I know that Heaven has been blessed to have you and your wonderful sense of humor. You will forever be in my heart and thoughts. May you rest in peace and be the angel that watches over all of us. Love you, Syl

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Posted by Christy Payne on May 10, 2016
Id be at preschool and my Uncle Rick would break me out, lol and take me to the zoo....we would buy popcorn and feed the ducks. They always attacked me so he would put me on his tall shoulders so I could throw it out to them. Then it was the monkeys....and cotton candy.He traveled so much. But no matter where he was I always got a birthday postcard. Oregon,California... Yosemite...Brice Canyon...I wish you would have come back home. We miss you!!!
Posted by Sylvia Maier on May 9, 2016
I know that Heaven has been blessed to have you and your wonderful sense of humor. You will forever be in my heart and thoughts. May you rest in peace and be the angel that watches over all of us. Love you, Syl
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Shared by Sylvia Maier on May 9, 2016

When we were kids in high school.  Your parents would take us to the White Mountains to camp for a week during the summer.  They would let me tag along too.  It was always so much fun.  All of us would play cards in the evening and you  would eat Oreo Cookies.  You would do some silly thing that would make us all laugh so hard we would cry. 
I also remember the time we went to the Cat Stevens concert.  The time I crocheted you this hideous sweater for Christmas.  The sleeves were about a foot too long.  But you were so gracious about it and hugged me and smiled.  It was wonderful.  I am sure there were many more memories and stories a lifetime really.  You were the best brother in law a girl could have.  You have been one of my favorite people in my life.  Big Hugs to you forever.  Keep smiling and laughing.