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Richard Budd

Richard Budd

Saturday, February 4th, 1939 - Monday, April 27th, 2020
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Obituary

Richard (Dick) Budd, 81, passed away at home with his loving wife and daughters by his side on April 27, 2020. He was born February 4, 1939 in Detroit, Michigan to Richard and Jane (Dunham) Budd.

On his 18th birthday, Dick joined the US Army . He honorably served from 1957-1963 and was assigned to the 1st Airborne Battle Group 327th Infantry. He was an active Auxiliary member of the Adamson-Warmuth VFW #6624 in Evans, Colorado.

On July 13, 1963, he married Mary Ellen King in Livonia, Michigan. They had two daughters, Cheryl and Colleen. Dick and his family moved to Greeley in 1977, when was he transferred for his work at Moore Bearing.

Dick enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping and traveling. His passion was NASCAR and could be found every Sunday in his garage watching the race with his best buddy and family. He was a devout parishioner at St. Peter’s Catholic Church and was an usher and a greeter for many years. Above all, he loved and adored his family, especially his granddaughters. He will be deeply missed by all that knew him.

Dick is survived by his wife, Mary Ellen; daughters, Cheryl Miller, Colleen (Myron)Hora; granddaughters, Alyssa (Chris) Baker, Hayley Miller, Samantha Hora and Mackenzie Hora; siblings, Phyllis (Pat) Gallagher, Gerald Budd, Sharon Humes (Bob Dinkelacker) and Linda (Gary) LaBelle.

Dick was preceded in death by his parents.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Pathway Hospice of Northern Colorado or St. Peters Catholic Church in Care of Adamson Life Celebration Home, 2000 47th Avenue, Greeley, Colorado 80634.

A private mass and graveside service will be held Tuesday, May 5, 2020. A Life Celebration Memorial will be held at a later date.

To leave condolences for Dick’s family, please visit www.adamsoncares.com
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    Sunset Memorial Gardens
    Address
    3400 28th Street
    GREELEY, CO 80634
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Susan Krummrei

Posted at 03:03pm
We have known and loved Dick for many years and his charm never diminished. We loved his quiet wry humor that could be perfectly and tastfully irreverant usually followed by a sweet chuckle. Dick was the consummate gentleman, - peaceful, positive, steady, complimentary, caring, soft spoken and fun. He was always loving and gentle NEVER complaining or criticizing, rather always expressing concern for everyone else.
He is the only person in the universe who called us "Youse Guys".
The only thing Dick loved more than his man-cave (the envy of every guy we know) was his love for Mary Ellen, his girls and all of his family. We were blessed with the privilege of having a dear friend and neighbor.
Our most sincere condolences to the Budd family and the minions who love miss him. We miss him EVERY day

Sue and Pat
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John Limon

Posted at 04:20pm
Mary Ellen, our heart-felt condolences to you and your family. It was a sad day when we received notice of Dick's passing. Peace and Christ be with him forever.
Jan & John Limon

Ray Comeau

Posted at 10:26pm
My name is Ray Comeau, I worked at Moore Bearing 15 years. I left in 1999 after managing the Fort Collins. Store after Dick retired.
I remember a very nice man who never had a mean word for anyone and was well liked.
JS

Janet Schwartzkopf

Posted at 01:44pm
I am so sorry for your loss. Dick was an awesome person to work with. I worked with him at Moore Bearing and he was a caring person . He always made you feel like you belonged with the team. It was a pleasure to know him. I knew Colleen when she was working with Dr. Shoemaker and she was as nice as her dad. God Bless you all !
Janet Schwartzkopf
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Alicia Lozoya

Posted at 12:59pm
Mary Ellen and family, so sorry to hear of Dick's passing. He was such a sweet and caring man and will be missed by all who knew him. May God give you strength during this difficult time.
Alicia Lozoya
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