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Colonel Richard C. (Dick) Husemann, US Air Force (Retired) made his “final permanent change of station” on August 5th, 2021 after losing a two-year battle with multiple myeloma. He was born in Cincinnati OH on October 8, 1943, the son of Charles Husemann and Ruth McCranner Husemann, both of whom predeceased him, as did brother Steve of Mooresville NC and sister Jean of Columbus OH. 

In July 1969, he met Brenda Eleanor Gillespie in Hawaii …

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Coach Husemann was one of the kindest person and had the warmest heart. I saw him as a grandfather and he treated me li…
So saddened to learn of Dick’s passing. He was a kind and gentle person. He had a marriage made in Heaven and beautiful…
Brenda and family, please accept my condolence for Dick’s passing. I realize how difficult this must be for you. You ar…
My heart aches with the family. I consider Brenda and Dick, my "brother and sister". The Dynamic Duo was quite a team…
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Cause of death

Multiple myeloma

Method of disposition

Cremation

Atlantic Cremation Service
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Atlantic Cremation Service

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Born

October 8th, 1943
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Passed away

August 5th, 2021
Wilmington, NC, USA
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