Dennis Michael Richards
May 6, 1946 – September 14, 2020
Dennis Michael Richards, age 74, of Roseville, MI passed away on Monday, September 14, 2020, at Ascension Macomb-Oakland Hospital in Warren, MI. Dennis was born May 6, 1946, in Detroit to Edward & Reba (Stringer) Richards. He married Kathleen (Duvall) Richards on July 5, 1969 in Roseville.
Dennis is survived by his wife, Kathleen; brother Wayne (Sherry) Richards; in-laws; Adela Isham, Wallace E. (Marlene) Duvall, Jeannette Justin, James (Diane) Duvall, Suzanne Nocita; and several nieces & nephews .
Dennis was preceded in death by his parents Edward & Reba (Stringer) Richards and sister-in-law Ida.
Dennis was a musician most of his life, he played the saxophone and taught in both Canada and at Macomb Community College. He owned an antique car restoration company.
A visitation will be held Monday, September 21, 2020 from 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Kaul Funeral Home, 27830 Gratiot Ave, Roseville, MI 48066. A burial will be Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at 10:00 AM at Sacred Heart Cemetery, Martin Rd., Roseville, MI 48066.
In lieu of flowers please makes donations in Dennis's name to pet rescue of your choice.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.kaul-fh.net for the Richards family.
- Kathleen (Duvall) Richards, Wife
- Wayne (Sherry) Richards, Brother
- Adela Isham, Wallace E. Duvall, Jeannette Justin, James (Diane) Duvall, Suzanne Nocita, in-laws
- Several, Nieces & Nephews
- Ida, Sister-in-law (deceased)
- Edward & Reba (Stringer) Richards, Parents (deceased)
- Dennis was a Musician most of his life, he played the Saxophone and taught in both Canada and Macomb Community College. He owned a Antique Car Restoration Company.
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Dennis Michael Richards
September 16, 2020
I Have known Dennis for a long time, we went to school together, and that was a long time ago. I can remember going to their house To visit and he would play his saxophone, I always loved hearing him play his saxophone, He could play almost any instrument but my favorite was hearing him play the saxophone. Sometimes when I went over to visit he would take me in the garage and show me some of the restoration he had done on some of the cars, it absolutely amazed me, I remember one instance that sticks out in my mind was when he took a metal dashboard and he painted it and it looked just like leather I had to feel it to make sure it was not leather it was absolutely beautiful he did such beautiful work! He definitely was a multi talented man, I loved his music I loved his talent with cars and I loved him, I will miss you Dennis!