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I always remember Uncle Rick being all about family. His jokes and pranks were the best. I remember when he faked winning the lottery and his Jack Nicholson facial expressions were flawless. I will miss all of the fun, the family times, and the love he shared.
1980, Fl somewhere I presumeGodparents Rick and Diane Gallant holding Lori, their niece
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I remember going to Uncle Rick's pretty much every Friday night when I was young. It was poker night for the adults and pizza/game/movie night for us kids. He told the best and scariest ghost stories and he did this claw like thing with his hand when he was telling us the stories. He spoke slow and deep and his mouth would open wide and he would get really into the stories. He scared us so bad but we LOVED it. I remember eating steak with him for dinner. He loved steak. I also remember when I got old enough to learn to play poker, he would be the first to ask me to anti up. I loved being able to sit at that table. I remember eating peanut butter toast and milk for breakfast the next day. I can still picture it like I am there. I will always remember that house and will always remember those fond childhood memories. They are embedded in my head forever. I will see you again in my dreams and in my memories. I miss you and love youUncle Rick!!!!
Rick was my neighbor for a good time and had. many conversations with him. A great person that was very spiritual . We are sorry for your tremendous loss.
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