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The online guestbook for Richard Steier

Posted on February 15, 2011
Posted by: Carl Gibeau
From: Seekonk Ma

Message: Rod, Cindy & Dan; My deepest sympathies to each of you for your loss. I will always have the fondest of memories of your Dad when visiting Duofast. The pride and love of his family was so evident and heartwarming. I will remember him for his kindness and spirit for life. Such a wonderful man.


Posted on February 11, 2011
Posted by: Steve & Wendy Warner
From: Bristol CT

Message: So very sorry to read about your Dad's passing in the Courant today.


Posted on February 11, 2011
Posted by: John & Lenora Rice
From: Ellington CT

Message: Sincerest condolences for your loss.


Posted on February 11, 2011
Posted by: DAVID & LEA RIDEOUT
From: MILTON VT

Message: OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHIES FOR THE LOSS OF YOUR FATHER ALWAYS REMEBER THE GOOD TIMES AS THIS HELPS YOU THRU THIS DIFFICULT TIME DAVID AND LEA RIDEOUT


Posted on February 11, 2011
Posted by: Elizabeth Glater
From: Northridge CA

Message: Dear Cousins, As dad so eloquently said in his email this moring letting us know of Uncle Richards passing, he is now back with the love of his life. The picture with his obituary is (as was Aunt El's) "quintessential" him! His sparkling eyes, easy laugh...won't be forgotten easily. I wish I could be there with you all. Please know I am thinking of everyone. With love, Cousin Elizabeth


Posted on February 11, 2011
Posted by: Joan Leopold Glazier
From: West Hartford CT

Message: My deepest sympathy to the Steier family. I was in class with Eleanor way back when at the old Hartt building and remember her well through the years. They were a wonderful couple.


Posted on February 13, 2011
Posted by: Mr & Mrs Kevin Berard
From: Goffstown, N.H.

Message: Amy & I would like to say how glad we both are for having the chance to cross paths with your father. Amy found him most interesting to talk with him that evening during one of the last few D.F. dinners we had in Vernon. Amy spoke w/ Richard all of the evening about his youth, flight from Austria, interest in medicine to Richard's view about salesmanship & how vital the role is on the outside representing the image of Duo-Fast. Amy always said Richard reminded her of her grandfather, a self-made entrepreneur who passed @ 102 last year. AS Richard was a ambitious man, so was Amy's g/father Harold Boyer (Bayer) starting his own paint & wallpaper store & house painting business in Plymouth, Ma. Richard's love of living life to it's fullest, his dedication to Country, and his love of family are hallmarks of his tremendous character. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Kevin & Amy


Posted on February 14, 2011
Posted by: Gary McNeill
From: Needham Ma

Message: Rod, Cindy and Dan : My condolences on your loss and he was a Great Man - from meeting him and raising you as Children - he did a fine job in my estimation as a Business Man, Father and most importantly as a Person ! I am confident he is looking down fondly and proudly on all of you ! God Bless. Gary


Posted on February 14, 2011
Posted by: Glater
From: Exeter NH

Message: To all of the Steier clan: We are sorry that we were not able to speak with everybody at Richard's funeral, but we want to leave one thought with all of you. A German, also Yiddish, expression: "Das Leben geht weiter." translates to "Life continues." We believe it and it gives us comfort. We hope that you folks also share that belief. Love, Uncle Irv and Aunt Phyl


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