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Richard A ANTONCHUK

February 2, 1938July 2, 2018

Richard A ANTONCHUK was born on February 2, 1938 and passed away on July 2, 2018

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Richard A ANTONCHUK

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Marty Boehme

July 14, 2018

I weep in sorrow for loosing my best friend. Rich and I did SO very much together during our early adult years - especially in pursuit of outdoor hiking and camping. One time I had a free week before starting a new job. I called Rich, he flew to Portland, we got into my big van and headed for the high Cascades. We swam in hot springs, soaked in Bagbee Hot Springs, camped by Olallie Lake (he always marveled that when I made pancakes that I picked Huckleberry off the bush next to the fire to adde to the mix). And hiking in North Yosemite to "Little Edith" was a trip to remember. He did so very much for me when building my new home in Beavercreek - all with a cheerful heart sharing our work together. He attended my daughter Donya' wedding and even attended my 75th BD party - all because of our care for one another. So sorry I did not share his last time with him!

Marty Boehme

July 14, 2018

I weep in sorrow for loosing my best friend. Rich and I did SO very much together during our early adult years - especially in pursuit of outdoor hiking and camping. One time I had a free week before starting a new job. I called Rich, he flew to Portland, we got into my big van and headed for the high Cascades. We swam in hot springs, soaked in Bagbee Hot Springs, camped by Olallie Lake (he always marveled that when I made pancakes that I picked Huckleberry off the bush next to the fire to adde to the mix). And hiking in North Yosemite to "Little Edith" was a trip to remember. He did so very much for me when building my new home in Beavercreek - all with a cheerful heart sharing our work together. He attended my daughter Donya' wedding and even attended my 75th BD party - all because of our care for one another. So sorry I did not share his last time with him!

Terry Robinson

July 6, 2018

Nikki and Jeff, so sorry for your loss. Rich was a terrific fellow. We had a lot of fun in the YMCA father/daughter/son group in the early 70s. I was just here on a jobsite around the block and was thinking of dropping by to see him. Best to you two.

Terri Walker

July 5, 2018

Dear Nicky and Jeff,
Your dad was a great guy and so sorry to hear he has passed away.

Nicky I remember one time your dad and I went to see you perform as a cheerleader at your football game in Livermore. We sat with your mom and had a great evening. Your school had wonderful floats and so much spirit.
Another time your dad talked me into a midnight run. I was not a runner and after he finished doing the six mile run he coached me through the 2 mile run. I should have known it would not be easy as it was at foothill college. I think Nicky you did the six mile run with your dad. I remember taking a nap with you before the big race.
Another time your dad asked me to watch him in a half marathon. I wore these new high heeled boots. I did not realize you would walk to check points to see the runners. After the race your dad was in great shape and I could barely walk.
Jeff one of my best friends is Judy Park Todd Magee’s Mom. We didn’t realize there was a connection until we became friends a few years after you graduated from high school.
Christie sends her condolences also.

May God’s strength and blessings be with you.

Terri Walker