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Richard Fenn

Richard Fenn

Friday, June 21st, 1929 - Tuesday, December 31st, 2019
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Richard Warren Fenn left this earth to join his wife Hazel and daughter Lorraine December 31st, 2019.
He was born to Carl and Ida (Harris) Fenn June 21st, 1929 in Oregon.
Richard was raised with nine siblings; Ruth, Donald, Howard, Elva (Richard), Winkee, Duane, Avie, Carlene, Kenny.

On December 26th, 1950 he married the love of his life Hazel Skeen. During this time he joined the Navy and served in the Korean War on the USS Valley Forge. While he was at sea Hazel had given birth to two children. She gave birth to her first child Doug and later Lorraine, who died at birth. Upon returning home from the Navy they expanded their family having Steve, Marilyn, Rod, and Angela. They planted their roots in Quincy, where they raised their family and Richard found his love for farming. Harvest was always an important and loved time for the family, Richard loved feeding people. His life was built on family and hard work.

He is survived by his siblings, Elva, Avie, Carlene and children Doug (Crystal), Steve, Marilyn (Dennis), Rod (Leanne), Angela.

Richard and Hazel loved being grandparents most of all having 33 grandchildren and several great grandchildren.
He will be missed beyond measure, may he fly with the angels with fair winds and a following sea.

Graveside Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, January 4, 2020 at 11:00 am at the Quincy Valley Cemetery.

Please leave a memory for the family or sign their online guestbook at www.scharbachs.com.
Scharbach's Columbia Funeral Chapel, Quincy, is assisting the family with arrangements.
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Carla Hall

Posted at 03:47pm
I have many fond memories of Uncle Dick! He was always teasing and doing funny things. One particular time my Dad, Donald Fenn and Uncle Dick came out to our place in East Portland. We had this apple tree that would bear fruit remarkably and even break branches, they were so heavy. Then the next year, nothing! What's wrong with it Uncle Dick? Uncle Dick had a apple farm and knew all the answers...I'll never forget this one. He made a fist and said take the blooms out from this side of your fist to the other and you will always have apples. Amazing!!! I remember both of them standing there with their big Fenn smiles! Great times! You will be missed but enjoy being with the family again and say hi to our boy, Tony and give him a hug! See you all soon!
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Lori Giese

Posted at 12:36pm
So kind, loving, and always happy. He loved us girls and we knew it. My daughters called him ole blue eyes. Tell mom and dad hi Uncle Dick! Until we see you again❤️
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Lori, Cari , Marci and familys

Posted at 11:44am
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Alice Lamm

Posted at 10:25pm
It was such a joy being around Dick and Hazel also when they would come to Ketchikan to visit their grandchildren. Sending love to then family in this sad time. He will be missed. Love , Alice and Paul, Katie and Sarah Lamm
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Karen York

Posted at 05:09pm
I will forever remember all my times with Uncle Dick, the times in Arizona and all the family reunions, Loved when he stopped by and I would take him to visit family. I loved him very much, mom always told me my first word was Dick not mama or daddy. He'll be in my heart forever.
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