Guest Book for Richard Keith Ridlen

Provided by Pulliam Funeral Homes, PC

Posted by: Angela York
Thu February 13, 2020

Medium Spathiphyllum was sent by Bradbury's.

I pray for you all in this time of great mourning! Uncle Dick was a great and kind man! His kind smile and gentle persona was well loved and appreciated! I am sorry I can not be their to lend you all support, but know I am their in heart and soul, giving you a hug! Love Angela, Sunny, Brandon, Bryce PS The world lost an amazing Uncle, Husband, Father, and Grandpa today.

 

 
Posted by: Sandra and Victor Ward
Fri February 14, 2020
Our heartfelt sympathy to Bert and the Ridlen Family.  Dick was a wonderful individual who served his community, friends, and family with pride and devotion.  I have many fond memories of Dick and the Ridlen family while I was at OHS and feel blessed to have known Dick Ridlen and his family. Regretfully, we won't be able to attend Dick's visitation or funeral, but please know that you are in our thoughts and daily prayers.
 

 
Posted by: Yvonne Newlin
Fri February 14, 2020
Family of Dick Ridlen ---- so sorry for your loss.  He will be greatly missed, I know.  Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.  Love and Hugs, Yvonne
 

 
Posted by: Tom Osborne
Fri February 14, 2020
In the mid 60's, Dick lived in my neighborhood and went to the same church I did.  Even though he was 5 years older than me, I remember going to Red and Bernadine's house and everyone being so nice.  My fondest and best memory of Dick was at the Oblong Park, ice skating on the lake.  One time, I was getting ready to get on the ice and Dick was around the fire singing. He started singing "A Little Bitty Tear", I stayed around to hear the whole song.  I've always remembered that moment of him singing that song.  Such a great person.  Rest in peace, Dick.