Richard Bisbee Obituary
 
In Memory of

Richard Orville Bisbee Jr.

November 7, 1953 - May 18, 2012
Obituary

Dick went home to be with Our Lord on Friday May 18th, 2012 after a long illness. He passed away at home. Dick was born in Ione, WA on November 7, 1953 to Richard and Nancy Bisbee. He served his country during the Vietnam War in the US Army working with defense missiles in Korea. He lived in Oregon and Texas before moving back to Washington State. He moved to Othello in 1992. Dick enjoyed fishing, camping, metal detecting, geocaching and feeding the geese in Columbia Park. Dick worked at Carnation and Hanford before starting his own business Dick's Lock Service in the early 90's. Dick enjoyed socializing with all the new people he met...
Dick went home to be with Our Lord on Friday May 18th, 2012 after a long illness. He passed away at home. Dick was born in Ione, WA on November 7, 1953 to Richard and Nancy Bisbee. He served his country during the Vietnam War in the US Army working with defense missiles in Korea. He lived in Oregon and Texas before moving back to Washington State. He moved to Othello in 1992. Dick enjoyed fishing, camping, metal detecting, geocaching and feeding the geese in Columbia Park.
Dick worked at Carnation and Hanford before starting his own business Dick's Lock Service in the early 90's. Dick enjoyed socializing with all the new people he met during his years as a locksmith. Dick retired from his business several years ago due to poor health.
Dick was preceded in death by his maternal and paternal grandparents, His mother Nancy Cedar and his step father Terry Cedar. He is survived by his father Richard Sr. in Oregon, Brothers Tim in Othello, Scott in Spokane, Jack in Oregon, Sisters Debbie and Trisha in Washington. Daughters Beverly (Stephen) Rogers in Texas and Nancy Bisbee in Texas. Also Grandchildren Whitney and Anthony in Texas and Nephews Michael and Timothy in Yakima. Additional nieces and nephews in Washington. He is also survived by his partner of, 20+ years, Pat Hutchison in Othello, Stepchildren Cody (Sylvia) Hutchison in Tri-cities and Gabriela (Will) Jacobsen in Moses Lake. Step Grandchildren LaRae, Jasmine, Cody, Caine in Tri-Cities and Cameo in Moses Lake. Step great grandchildren Maritsza (Boo) and Israel in Tri-cities.
Dick enjoyed life, being outdoors and spending time with his family either in person or by emailing, & Facebook. It was a blessing to of had him in our lives. He will be missed.
Per the request of the family, a private service will be held at a later date. The service will be held at a private location Dick had requested he wanted his ashes spread.

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"I was saddened to hear of Dick passing away. He has left us with many memories of how thoughtful and generous he was" Bob Bisbee (Toledo, WA)

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