In Memory

Richard Lindlof

Richard Lindlof



 
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05/22/13 02:51 AM #1    

Doug Hammerbeck

Dick lived across the street when we moved to White Bear in 1962.  We palled around alot for those first few years, but lost touch when I moved to Minneapolis and then to Billings , Albuquerque, and Denver.  When I returned to visit WBL, however, we reconnected, and he told me many tales of his service as a nurse in Vietnam.  He was a true humanitarian, and I appreciated him as a war hero who used his empathetic talents to heal.  He is missed.

Doug 


06/05/13 12:43 PM #2    

Jody Jensen (Rooney)

I see Doug's comments and I want to add that I too am sorry to see that  Dick is no longer with us.   Doug and Dick were always day brighteners when we sat in the study area not studying.  Not to mention getting caught in the speach lab listening to rock tapes, opps.

 


06/06/13 11:46 PM #3    

Michael Brenner

As "portly"  7th graders,  Dick & I shared track space waaay in the back of Mr.Murrays gym class at Sunrise.At WBHS,we kept our German teachers "on alert" Thanks Doug Hammerbeck for sharing......Great Stuff!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


11/01/13 07:14 PM #4    

Leslie Harding

Dick was always a great friend.  He and Doug lived across County Road E so it was an adventure.  I remember that Doug had a motorcycle but I don't remember Dick was too interested in that.. He was such a wry sort of guy I really thought I would see him at one of the reunions.  I had no idea he would be gone so soon.  A true friend, he is missed.


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