In Memory

Richard Cline

Richard Cline



 
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04/08/18 07:41 PM #1    

Kathryn Keeney (Nicholsen)

The Oklahoman newspaper, 26 April, 2009

Richard Cline

Richard Allen (Rick) Cline departed this life on April 18, 2009. Rick is survived by his 4 sons 1 daughter and 4 grandchildren his loving mother, Dorotha Cline 3 brothers and 3 sisters and many nieces and nephews. He also leaves behind his loyal secretary of many years, numerous friends, and associates. Rick was preceded in death by his father, Richard D. Cline. Rick was born in Coldwater, Kansas, March 30, 1951. He was 58 years old. He was a graduate of Lincoln Northeast High School, Lincoln, Nebraska. He graduated from the University of Nebraska in Omaha. Since graduating Rick was involved in oil and gas marketing and gas contract administration. Rick was the owner and President of Cholier, Inc. and Old Dominion Oil Corporation. Rick loved sailing, horses, and gardening. Rick was a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Edmond, Oklahoma. For the last few years, he has been an active volunteer with the Guild of St. George and their charity services. Funeral services will be held Friday, May 1, 2009, 11:00 A.M., at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Edmond, OK. Interment will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials to the Guild of St. George, or Charity of your choice in Rick's name.


04/09/18 09:27 AM #2    

Patricia Nielsen (Prochnow)

Thank you, Kathy, for posting this on Rick Cline.  I was able to find an obituary on Rick Cline several weeks ago.  Obviously, I must have forgotten to post it?  Will have to look.  However, this was thoughtful of you to include this under Rick's profile.  Sounds like he grew into a fine man.  He will be missed as all the others that have gone before us.  Pat Nielsen Prochnow


04/10/18 01:51 PM #3    

Cynthia Williams (Koziol)

I was so sorry to see this - but thank you for posting it, Kathy.  I'll never forget Rick's awesome blue car with the "lace" trim.  He took such great care of it, I got in trouble a few times for shutting the door too hard.  It was nice to see what a terrific person he turned into, but I never had any doubt that he would.  Miss him, and all we've lost.  Wonderful memories flooding back about a lot of folks.


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