ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, RICHARD YOPP 64 years old , born on November 24, 1946 and passed away on April 29, 2011. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Laura Reeb on April 7, 2015
Hi dad, just wanted you to know that I think of you all the time, miss you all the time and love you more and more everyday. Wish you could have met your grandson Alvin in person. He is a mess just like you! I love you and can't wait to see you again in paradise. I love you always and forever.
Posted by Gina Carl on April 30, 2013
Still miss you often, especially when my trash is full. lol. I am so looking forward to seeing you again in heaven. I am so glad you made peace with God. Say hi to my Dad and friends up there. See you in eternity.
Posted by Connie Dale on April 29, 2012
I can't believe it has been a year since you left us Alvin. I finally got to me your beautiful daughter my cousin Laura. She is so pretty. It was such a joy talking to her and Donna. You are truly missed. Hope you are having fun with the family up there!
Posted by Connie Dale on November 24, 2011
Happy Birthday Uncle Alvin!!! You are truly missed.
Posted by Lisa Trumble on July 28, 2011
Dear Richard,
I am just now hearing of your passing due to my not staying in touch I am so sorry that I could not be with you during your passing and there to give you tribute. You were more special to me my brother in heart than you know
Posted by Lisa Trumble on July 28, 2011
My brother in faith, I entrust you to God Who created you. May you return to the One Who formed you from the dust of this earth. May Mary, the angels, and all the saints come to meet you as you go forth from this life. May Christ Who was crucified for you bring you freedom and peace. May Christ, the
Posted by Lisa Trumble on July 28, 2011
Son of God, Who died for you take you into His kingdom. May Christ, the Good Shepherd, give you a place within His flock. May He forgive your sins and keep you among His people. May you see your Redeemer face to face and enjoy the sight of God forever. Amen.
Posted by Lisa Patton on May 5, 2011
I smile when I think about the time I was living at the oceanfront and called Domino's Pizza for a delivery and the person on the other end said, "Hey, is this a "Hord Girl?" I was somewhat surprised to discover it was Uncle Alvin. R.I.P.
Posted by Connie Dale on May 2, 2011
Uncle Alvin you will truly be missed. I remember your big smile. Now you are with your Mom and Dad and the rest of your brothers and sisters. I know Mama is glad to see you again!!! May you R I P. Love your niece Connie.
Posted by Shirley Woodby on May 1, 2011
R.I.P UNCLE ALVIN YOU WILL BE TRULY MISSED..... IM SURE YOUR IN HEAVEN DANCING WITH YOUR SISTERS DESS, LEE, AND LORENE....LOVE SHIRLEY
Posted by Jannice Chambers on May 1, 2011
He was an amazing man with a huge heart and will be missed by so many people. He always had a smile on his face at the bowling alley. His true love was his family. My thoughts and prayers extend to his family and everyone that touched his life.
Posted by Darlene Adams on April 30, 2011
THE PICTURES YOU SEE I FELT WERE THE LAST LOVES OF HIS LIFE MY SON AND DAUGHTER WILL ADD THE FAMILY PICS AS SOON AS THEY KNOW I DID THIS I LOVE STEVE AND AMY THIS IS MY TRIBUTE TO YOUR FATHER HOW COOL THAT I COULD DO THIS
Posted by Amy Reeb on April 30, 2011
He always treated me like I was his own daughter and had a way of making me laugh even on the worse of days. I will miss him more than words can say. I am so thankful he was able to meet his grandson even if it was for a short time. I love you dad.
Posted by Darlene Adams on April 29, 2011
HE WAS A WONDERFUL MAN PLEASE PRAY FOR MY FAMILY THAT WILL TRULY MISS HIM

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Posted by Laura Reeb on April 7, 2015
Hi dad, just wanted you to know that I think of you all the time, miss you all the time and love you more and more everyday. Wish you could have met your grandson Alvin in person. He is a mess just like you! I love you and can't wait to see you again in paradise. I love you always and forever.
Posted by Gina Carl on April 30, 2013
Still miss you often, especially when my trash is full. lol. I am so looking forward to seeing you again in heaven. I am so glad you made peace with God. Say hi to my Dad and friends up there. See you in eternity.
Posted by Connie Dale on April 29, 2012
I can't believe it has been a year since you left us Alvin. I finally got to me your beautiful daughter my cousin Laura. She is so pretty. It was such a joy talking to her and Donna. You are truly missed. Hope you are having fun with the family up there!
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Wii Bowling

Shared by Steve Reeb on May 6, 2011

When we first got a Wii, I invited my family over for Wii Bowling.  My friends, The Dyers, also stopped over.  My dad was always pretty decent at video games until this came along.  My friends pointed out that I used to talk to my dad like he was stupid because he wasnt "Wii Bowling" correctly.  If I did,oops.  He didn't take it that way.  Love you always Dad.

The awesome Blimit

Shared by Gina Carl on May 2, 2011

I was so blessed by having an opportunity to rent a room from Richard and Donna. He had an issue with Blimits (overflowing garbage cans or boxes and bottles not crushed). We had a game where I would intentionally make a blimit. Everyone would laugh hysterically while he again and again gave me lessons on how to crush bottles and boxes.

He was my brother and truly a great friend and protector.

Luv ya Richard!

Reno

Shared by Amy Reeb on April 30, 2011

I remember gambling with dad in Reno. I kept saying that I did not want to waste my money on gambling but everytime I would walk by him I would take a handful of his winnings out of his bucket and run away. The more he won the more I played and he just kept smiling and acting like he did not notice the handfuls of change was missing. If I ever win the big one in lottery I will know that it is him looking down and I will be sure to share my bucket of change with others. :)