Richard Stone

Richard’s life consisted of many things. First his wife Pam. Secord his dogs Devil ,Angel, and Chance. Of upmost importance was running and he ran over 10,000 days consecutively as he traveled the world. He graduated from University of Michigan and practiced as a CPA for over 45 years. His life took him in travel, almost all of the world. Of all the travel his most favorite place was the Hawaiian islands. After serving in the Army and going to Viet Nam he returned safely to start his life with his wife Pam of 54 years. His love of Corvettes gave him years of pleasure

His life was full of adventure and new experiences .. This world has lost a good person. Richard was a quite kind man.

11 replies on “Richard Stone”

Kevin Mackey says:

Goodbye Uncle Dick.
Some of my earliest memories are of him when still at home with Grandma and Grandpa in Flint. My first ride in his brand new 1966 Corvette hooked me on Corvettes for life! We actually FLEW over a bump on Atherton Road! Unforgettable.

Andrew Bess says:

So sorry for your loss Aunt Pam. Uncle Richard was a great guy. He will be missed. We send our love.

Frances Alleman says:

I’ll never forget his peaceful demeanor, his kind and honest smile and his overall genuine attitude. He was real, kind and pleasant.
Keep flying around the world, my friend!!

Frances Alleman says:

How can I forget his peaceful and pleasant demeanor? Richard exuded a smart and honest presence. I enjoyed visiting Richard and Pam and engage in conversations of all sorts. His genuine self, down to earth attitude and friendly smile stayed with you.
Keep flying around the world, my friend!

David & Mary Miller says:

It is so sad to say good-bye to Richard, our beloved Texan friend. We had many great holidays with Pam & Richard; riverboat cruises, Hawaiian vacations and driving trips. We best remember Richard for his devoted passion to running. He was a kind and gentle person and we will miss him terribly. Good-bye Richard, you will be in our hearts forever.

Renee S. Audette says:

Richard and Pam live in my neighborhood and I have known them for at least 30 years. Wonderful people. Richard loved to laugh and we shared many laughs over the years. Richard loved his life with Pam and their travels together all over the world. He has left us way too soon.

Ray & Connie Bartley says:

When we think of Richard, we think of his kindness, gentle smile, love for his dogs & running. Pam, you took such good care of Richard, providing for him in every way. He was very fortunate to have you as a partner in life, in good times & not so good times. Our prayers of comfort are with you.

terry bess says:

RIP Richard you will be missed
Love Terry

Nicole Geiser says:

I’m so sorry to hear about Richard’s passing. My heart goes out to you Aunt Pam. You are in my thoughts.

Peter Anastor says:

Dick and I grew up across the street from each other and became good friends. In fact his mother was the neighborhood mother as every one was welcome in her house. Dick was one of my ushers in my wedding in 1966 and when we celebrated our 50th anniversary Dick and Pam came all the way from Texas to Michigan to attend. He was a wonderful person and will be missed. May his sole rest in peace.

Eugene and Lisa Carter says:

We were so blessed to know Richard. We met Pam and Richard on a cruise many years ago, and have traveled together on several occasions. He was a very kind man, quiet and caring, with a good sense of humor. Loved running, loved his dogs and so loved Pam. He will be missed. Our prayers and our love is with you Pam

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