Richard John Diamond

March 25, 1955April 26, 2021

Richard John Diamond was born on March 25, 1955 and passed away on April 26, 2021 and is under the care of Forest Lawn Funeral Home.

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Sal Schiano

April 30, 2021

Rick and I grew up together almost from birth, We were 2 years apart and almost inseparable. I have so many beautiful memories being with Rick. The one memory that stands out the most is the time we went to Florida for spring break way back in the 70's, over 45 years ago, and I still remember it as if it was yesterday. He was a kind gentle beautiful person always ready to help anyone in need. Rest in peace cousin,

Liz Richards Corn

April 29, 2021

I remember that I wanted to drive Ricky’s red Mustang. He finally let me drive the car with Mary. A cassette tape got stuck in the tape deck and I remember freaking out with Mary trying to get the unraveling tape untangled and also feeling like Ricky was going to be so angry that I would never get to drive the car again but I don’t remember him being angry.

Another memory was a bunch of us getting dressed in black and white to go see Zebra at L’Amour in Bensonhurst. Tonight Gail and I reminisced about that night and I searched for info about the club. It has an interesting history -


April 29, 2021

My brother was my brother - in good times and bad. I remember him stepping in and caring for our kids when I had to go back to work. He always wanted to know how he could help.

Louann Ciccone

April 29, 2021

The greatest memories of my life are those times spent with all of my cousins. We were so lucky to grow up together and to share so many holidays and good times. My thoughts are with you Aunt Chickie, Terri, and Mary. Ricky is now with the best may he rest in peace. Love to all, Louann Ciccone

Mary Winstanley

April 29, 2021

My brother was so fun growing up. I was learning how to play golf and kept picking up my head. The next time I set up he held my head down while I swung. It was a great drive I have have to say. Lol. I will miss him.