Ricardo "Ricky" A Ricci

Jun 25, 1943 – Apr 14, 2015

Obituary

Ricardo “Ricky” A. RICCI

Born June 25, 1943 in Seattle, died April 14, 2015 in Seattle. 

Ricky was married to Rena for over 40 years.  She preceded him in death in 2005.  He worked his entire career for the telephone company.  Ricky was a huge car buff, working on and restoring hot rods sharing this passion with his brother Randy.  He and his sister Pam enjoyed attending many local car shows. 

A memorial service will be held at 12:00 Noon, Saturday, April 25, 2015 at Bonney-Watson Washington Memorial, 16445 International Blvd, SeaTac. 

Please sign the online memorial guestbook at www.bonneywatson.com.

 

Guestbook

Sister Rosemary Perisich, snjm
Seattle, WA
Apr 20, 2015

Dear Pam, Randy, and Family,

Christ's special peace be yours as a sharing in dear Ricky's Eternal Peace!

I trust you will remember my family and me. We lived on Lane St. just two houses away from your wonderful grandmother, Antoinette. Growing up in our great neighborhood of St. Mary's Parish and the old Gai's Bakery, I remember Ricky, who was younger, and one of us spoiled kids that your dear grandmother, fed, occasionally watched and teased I recall a superb birthday party at our house for Ricky and a picture of all of us neighborhood kids. Ricky was always photogenic and fun and lively.

Pam and Ricky, I am at Holy Names Academy here in Seattle and a Sister of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, the same Sisters who taught at St. Mary's Grade School. Sorry, for the need to identify myself in case you didn't recognize my family name. Please know that Ricky remains in my thoughts and daily prayers. Our blessed parish priest, Father Dick Stohr, always spoke highly of your family members. He is one, among many, welcoming Ricky into Heaven. May God;s infinite and merciful love bring each of you strength and consolation at this time. God bless each and all of you!

Sister Rosemary Perisich, snjm

Francesca Lehan
Denver, Co
Apr 19, 2015

Dear Rick, I will always miss you. I regret we did not see much throughout the years since me and Pat and the kids moved to Omaha and then Denver. You are such a fun, silly, entertaining, and great friend for me. Thanks for the kind words when I needed them. Lots of love to you and Rena! Now, you are together again and at peace at last!

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