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In Memory

Richard Spencer

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04/01/10 09:31 PM #1    

Ida Massey (Shelton)

Dick's mother and my mother were old friends & got together often - my Uncle Roy called them the "funniest women I ever knew". So, I suspect they were planning their next routine/escapade while we children were outside playing Cowboys & Indians.
Therefore, I can't remember NOT knowing "Dickie". He was truly a cool guy - even then. He was smarter than the rest of us, but never flaunted his intelligence. He was a good sport & played whatever rough & tumble game we proposed. But, more importantly, he was a gentle spirit who cared deeply about his friends.

08/28/19 03:51 PM #2    

Kathye Williams (Davis)

 I met Dick in our new school atBellview Elementary. He and I, aalong with Charlie Steele, Karen Carter, Kenny Cook, Ray Boulware, Linda Whiteside and Patsy Perry, enjoyed the modern convenience of window fans, restrooms that were clean and well lighted, and a huge grassy playground where we could  play dodgeball, Ref Rover and many other games that only required one classroom ball.  Dick was always polite, well mannered, fun to be around. 

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