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Richard Anthony Nubile

18 septembre 194219 octobre 2020
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Richard Anthony Nubile, a resident of Packwood, Washington, died on October 19, 2020 in Packwood. He was 78 years of age.

Richard was born on September 18, 1942 in Chicopee, Massachusetts and was the son of Anthony and Beatrice (Bailey) Nubile. He graduated from high school and enlisted in the United States Army. After receiving an honorable discharge, Richard moved to Washington State where he married Barbara Fischer in 1979. He worked as a machinist in the Tacoma Shipyards for 35 years retiring to Packwood, Washington in 1997.

Richard had many hobbies. He was a collector and collected scrap metal, jewelry and coins. He turned his art for collecting into a business and was the owner and operator of Memory Mall and Dick’s Precious Metals both located in Tacoma, Washington. Richard also loved to fish.

Richard is survived by his children: James Burks, Richard Nubile Jr, Larry Burks, Lisa Moylan and Joanne Buselmeier and four sisters: Carol, Janet, Noreen and Nancy along with his grandchildren: Kaydence, Brittany, Kristen, Nicole, David, Panos, Brent and Anthony and his great grandchildren: Roman and Fiona. He was preceded in death by his wife of 32 years, Barbara along with one sister.

A visitation will be held for Richard at the Packwood Community Presbyterian Church on Monday, October 26, 2020 at 11:00 am. A graveside service will follow at 1:00 pm at Evergreen Cemetery in Packwood. Brown Mortuary Service is handling the arrangements.

Services

  • Visitation

    lundi, 26 octobre , 2020

  • Graveside Service

    lundi, 26 octobre , 2020

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Carol Minerich

29 octobre , 2020

I have many memories , one of the best was when all five sisters Nancy, Sandy, Noreen, Janet and me stayed with Richard and Barbra in Tacoma. We stayed a full week and never ate so much, Richard called us the Seattle Porkers!
We were laughing so hard and made so much noise he banged the broom handle on the ceiling to quiet down, we stayed in the apartment above!
He took us to the mall and made us hold hands so he couldn't lose us "Always the Big Brother" and will be dearly missed.
Even though we were many miles away he was always in our thoughts.
Love you Big Brother- your Baby sister.

Lisa Moylan

26 octobre , 2020

I will always remember what an amazing role model my father was.
He showed me how to live life, something I had never known until he married my mother. Often he and my mom would load me and my brothers into that crazy van and head to a river in the mountains. We camped, fished, hiked, swam and rode our motorcycles. And no matter where we were, he would always find a time to talk about the love of Jesus . He loved like Jesus, and he was never judgmental. He truly was the best father in the whole world. I miss him greatly, but I know that I will see him again in Heaven.
I love you Ricardo, Lisa

Dennis Nubile

25 octobre , 2020

I will always remember my cousin as a fun loving guy. Remembering us in his 1960 lmpala convertible going fishing and spending time with our grandfather fishing together. Just great memories. Love you!

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